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Who Do You Think You Are? Brooke Shields
Brooke Shield’s family was featured on Who Do You Think You Are tonight. It was exciting to see the excitement on their faces as they discover their ancestry. I found her ancestry interesting as it had a line that was not as well off that married into a well-to-do family with royal heritage.
Who Do You Think You Are? Review
I was excited all day to finally be watching Who Do You Think You Are?. I was already sort of down because I had found out this week that RootsTelevision & Ancestry Magazine had both decided to stop production. I needed something like this show to lift my genealogical spirits.
Wholly Genes Genealogical Cruise
Summer is soon upon us, and now most of us are in the pre-planning stages of deciding our vacations. A new trend in the genealogy world is taking a genealogical cruise. Wholly Genes Cruise is a great way to combine fun, genealogy, education and networking all in one fun filled vacation!
Wisconsin is a beautiful state that has boundaries of Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Minnesoto, Iowa, and Illinois. Here is some facts I learned about Wisconsin that I hope will help you in your family research.
Women and the Insane Asylum
Insane Asylums became the place to often place women whether sane or insane. Learn some of the reasons why and how to research these women.
World War II Genealogy Links
World War II links helpful in genealogical research.
Writing for Genealogy Information in a Foreign Language
Let´s say you´ve traced your ancestors to Germany, or Poland, or Italy, or somewhere else that does not have English as a primary language. What do you do now?
Year in Review Genealogy Aids
New Years is just a few weeks away and I have been giving thought to things that helped me this past year in doing my research. The following are things that helped me and they might help you as well. This is my year in review on techniques I have used and benefitted from.
Brief history of the Yellow Fever epidemic.
Your Story To Tell
Imagine going through your grandmother’s attic and finding her mother’s journal. How exciting to read how your great grandmother lived, her thoughts, her opinions, her trials and the day to day things she jotted down.
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