Posts Tagged With: family tree
I am pleased to announce I am now offering research services at the Indiana University Calumet Archives, in Gary, Indiana. The Calumet Archives houses a great deal of northwest Indiana material such as high school year books, community papers, individual papers, newspapers, and photographs. The Archivist, Stephen McShane, is wonderful. I visited the archives twice […]
Check out my new Genealogy for Kids blog. This site will contain tips on how to get children interested in their family history. Check back often as hands-on projects will be added and read some kid guest author posts.
Last week I received a letter and package from the widow of Robert Brouk, who is the focus of my book, To Soar with the Tigers. She sent me a few of Robert’s belongings that he got in Rangoon 1941-1942. I needed to make space in my curio cabinet for these items so I decided […]
I was reading Randy Seaver’s Genea-Musings blog this week and came across his Book Review: Life in Civil War America. I do not have any Civil War folks in my family tree but started a little research for someone who does. I think I will check this book out so I learn a few things […]
My follow Friday this week is a self-plug. I started another site to help people begin their genealogical research and most importantly, write their family stories. The site is Generations of Stories.