Tack My Kin: Tracking the Past in the Present for Posterity http://trackmykin.blogspot.com/ A new blog about American genealogy, it covers the Smets - Smiths, and how they came from Quebec down to Lowell, Massachusetts.
Fiddles & Folklore: Our Acadian-French Heritage http://cajuncharlie.blogspot.com/ Started in April of this year, this blog covers the families of Bourgoyne, Ferbos, Frioux or Fryoux, Landry, Marson, Roccaforte, Smith, Tullier, and others from Iberville, Quebec and the West Baton Rouge Parishes in Louisiana.
Anne Brooke's Ancestry http://www.annebrooks.ca/ The name of Noseworthty in Canada, and the Brooks and Beck families in Prince Edward Island.
Beck, Keffer, Moore & Puterbaugh families from Germany, USA, and Ontario. Also, Kratochvil Ondrejov, Bohemia; Secor/Sicard families from Quebec, Canada. www.cyndislist.com/openurl/?url=310138, http://ks-gt.blogspot.com
Calhoun-McKnight Genealogy http://calhoun-mcknight.blogspot.com/ A blog of narratives and charts concerning the names of Calhoun, McKnight, McGraw, and Bombard; ancestors from Ireland, Scotland, England, and Quebec who settled in the northeastern US, mainly New England.
Harrison Family History http://harrisonfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/ History of the Harrison family of Egton, Glaisdale, and Lyth, North Yorkshire and Toronto Gore Township, Peel County, Ontario, Canada.
Hewgill Family History http://hewgillfamilyhistory.blogspot.com/ A history of the Hewgill Family of Glaisedale, North Yorkshire and Toronto Gore Township, Peel County, Ontario, Canada.
The Blaney Family - Birmingham to Canada http://birminghamtocanada.blogspot.ca/ A history of the Blaney family as well as the Elcocks, Cheffins, Langley, Bellingham, Welch, Lewis and Barnes families across Canada.
The Blog of Russian Genealogist ~ The Only English Blog about Genealogy in Russia and ex-USSR http://russianmemory.org/ Semionoff Vitaly lives in Moscow, and he can provide you with first-class genealogy research if you speak English, French, German, Spanish, or Polish.
I have just published two booklets - The War of 1812: Canada and the United States, and Migration: Canada and the United States.
They are available for purchase through Global Genealogy at http://globalgenealogy.com, the National Institute of Genealogical Studies at http://www.genealogicalstudies.com/, and now, in the U.S., from the Family Roots Publishing Company at http://www.familyrootspublishing.com/.
For more on the booklets, go to http://genealogycanada.blogspot.com/2012/01/booklet-1-war-of-1812-canada-and-united.html and http://genealogycanada.blogspot.com/2012/01/booklet-2-migration-canada-and-united.html