My Blogs

Okay here are the blogs that I have subscribed to (or to which I have subscribed if you want proper grammar): Genealogy Blog; Old Virginia Blog; and The Ten Thousand Year Blog. Why? Well, because I do a lot of searching for other people’s ancestors, because my family hails from Virginia from like forever, and because The 10,000 Year Blog looks very interesting. I too am interested in the Victorian era, much of my earlier research was in the 19th century (but it was also very specific research), and most of the furniture with which I grew up was Victorian or Edwardian (my grandmother’s), so I have an affinity to that time period. Also, the Impressionists are my favorite artists (as pedestrian as that may be). However, I could not find any blog listed specifically as “Victorian.” If anyone out there knows of a blog like this or a 19th century blog please let me know.

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4 Responses to “My Blogs”

  1. odiornea Says:

    You might like The Vapor Trail, Victorian Peeper or The Virtual Dime Museum. Also, if any one is new to blogging be sure to check out the blogrolls on any blogs that you like.

  2. odiornea Says:

    You might like The Vapor Trail, Victorian Peeper or The Virtual Dime Museum.

  3. Dan Cohen Says:

    Here’s an interesting Victorian blog: http://victorianpeeper.blogspot.com/

  4. Gayle Says:

    Hi Andrea.

    For some reason your responses were thrown into my spam folder and I just now looked in there and saw them. I wonder why WordPress considered them spam? Anyway, will check out the sites you recommended and thanks!!

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