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It’s Really Been a Ride!

It’s Really Been a Ride! by Virginia Williams It wasn’t until I started riding motorcycles at age 55 that I really started writing. Oh yes, I’d done some writing as a girl, winning a couple articles in the local newspaper … Continue reading

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Milestones – the Influence That Continues

Milestones – the Influence That Continues by Beth Kozan I think and write a lot about community and building modern communities of like-minded people. Harmony Community (in Floyd County, Texas) is where I grew up on a farm, and I … Continue reading

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The San Francisco Earthquake

The San Francisco Earthquake by Lesley Sudders I can only imagine what my English grandfather, George Henry Sudders, was doing at 5 a.m. on April 18, 1906. After crossing the Atlantic and traversing the U.S. by train, he was probably … Continue reading

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Genealogy Basics: How to Obtain Birth or Death Certificates in Arizona

Genealogy Basics: How to Obtain Birth or Death Certificates in Arizona by Diana DeLugan Anyone serious about genealogy knows that birth and death records reveal important information useful in building a family tree. Certificates contain intimate details about family members … Continue reading

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Why FamilySearch.Org is the Best Free Online Genealogy Resource

Why FamilySearch.Org is the Best Free Online Genealogy Resource by Diana DeLugan Imagine if everyone in the world had free access to genealogy records. We would live in a world where people had an enhanced sense of belonging, greater medical … Continue reading

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Library of Congress Research Basics

Library of Congress Research Basics by Diana DeLugan In law school I was taught how to conduct meaningful legal research. But when I began researching my own family history, I suddenly realized that there is much more to research than … Continue reading

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