Tag: resources

Follow Friday: Ancestry.ca

I love genealogy. I’m also fortunate enough that my family’s ancestry is (relatively) trackable. My Scottish ancestors (the Frasers) arrived in Canada in 1815, my Irish ancestors (the O’Shaughnessy family) I have back to 1837 in Nova Scotia, my English side (Cox) arrived in 1907, and my French Canadian side (the Menards) – well, I

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Follow Friday: My Top 50 Twitter Accounts for Historians

There was a great post that’s been circulating recently called “The 70 Best Twitter Feeds for History Majors.” It’s not necessarily what my list would be, though. Below please find My Top 50 Twitter Accounts for Historians. If you have suggestions for additions to my list, let me know! Once you’re done following this list,

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Follow Friday: The History Education Network

Wow, friends. Sorry for the lengthy absence! I’m back with some new and exciting projects I’m working on and am excited to get elbow-deep in blogging again. This week’s Follow Friday features The History Education Network, who just revamped their website! Conflict of interest confession: I’m a member of the network and a contributor to

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Follow Friday: The Canadian Encyclopedia

Welcome to the first of Blackboard Battlefield’s Follow Fridays! I hope to regularly feature great History or Education resources every week in order to share the ones I already love and, with the help of my readers, find some great new resources to feature. This week features The Historica-Dominion Institute’s The Canadian Encyclopedia, who just

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