Library and Archives Canada Blog – Featured Blogger of the Week November 12, 2021

For this week’s Featured Blogger of the Week, I chose Library and Archives Canada Blog: https://thediscoverblog.com/ as the Featured Blogger of the Week. I featured it before in March 2019, but didn’t include any of the linked posts that are covered below.

I have been reading the blog since March 2019.

Social Media:

Amazon: No listing located https://www.amazon.com/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/LibraryArchives/

Flickr: www.flickr.com/photos/lac-bac/collections/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/libraryarchives/

Ko-fi: No listing located https://ko-fi.com/

Linked In: https://ca.linkedin.com/company/lac-bac

Medium: No listing located https://medium.com/

Patreon: No listing located https://www.patreon.com/

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/pin/322007442112693871/

Podcasts: http://www.bac-lac.gc.ca/eng/news/podcasts/Pages/podcasts.aspx

Snapchat:No listing located https://www.snapchat.com/

Tumblr: No listing located https://www.tumblr.com/

Twitch: No listing located http://twitch.tv/

Twitter:  https://twitter.com/LibraryArchives/

YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/user/LibraryArchiveCanada

If I missed any social media links, please let me know.

Here are some of the posts I re-blogged:

Charlie Chaplin goes to war — Part I: Starting your genealogy research from a First World War record and Part II — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: Charlie Chaplin goes to war — Part I: Starting your genealogy research from a First World War record and Part II: Charlie Chaplin goes to war — Part II: Going beyond a First World War record for your genealogy research

A page in Canada’s history: Carnegie libraries — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: A page in Canada’s history: Carnegie libraries

Summiting Mount Logan in 1925: Fred Lambart’s personal account of the treacherous climb and descent of the highest peak in Canada — Defining Inuit art — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: Summiting Mount Logan in 1925: Fred Lambart’s personal account of the treacherous climb and descent of the highest peak in Canada

An “Epidemic” of Fake News a Century Ago — Defining Inuit art — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: An “Epidemic” of Fake News a Century Ago

The Canadian Eskimo Arts Council — Defining Inuit art — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: The Canadian Eskimo Arts Council — Defining Inuit art — Library and Archives Canada Blog

Hudson’s Bay Company: 350 years of archives — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: Hudson’s Bay Company: 350 years of archives — Library and Archives Canada Blog

“It made you intensely proud to see it standing there”: How the Vimy Memorial survived the Second World War — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: “It made you intensely proud to see it standing there”: How the Vimy Memorial survived the Second World War — Library and Archives Canada Blog.

Henry Ash and why internet connections are still underwater — Library and Archives Canada Blog Direct link: Henry Ash and why internet connections are still underwater — Library and Archives Canada Blog

Mighty Indigenous Warriors: From Egypt to the First World War — Library and Archives Canada Blog  Direct link: Mighty Indigenous Warriors: From Egypt to the First World War — Library and Archives Canada Blog.

I had them as Featured Blogger of the Week – Library and Archives Canada Blog – Featured Blogger of the Week March 29, 2019

Past Featured Bloggers of the Week: https://upsdownsfamilyhistory.wordpress.com/tag/featured-blogger-of-the-week/

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