In 2000, the United States Federal Census reported that almost 43 million Americans claimed German ancestry, making them the largest ancestry group in America. That is a lot of history to be shared, and we can help you find and make sense of your German ancestry with many of our resources. For instance, did you know that you can piece together more than just your ancestry? Understanding the history behind why your ancestors came here is just as important.
I was a teenager when the Lord of the Rings movies were released, and it wasn’t long before they carried me away. My previous excursions into the fantasy genre had mostly consisted of The Chronicles of Narnia, The Wizard of Oz, and animated Disney movies—but the Rings movies were something else entirely.
New Records Are Marching Onto the Ancestry Website
Did you hear the news? The Ancestry Company signed an agreement with Family Search International, thanks to which Ancestry will add more than one billion already digitized records from more than sixty countries to its databases. Moreover, it will be adding approximately a billion never seen or published records from the Family Search vault in the next few years. Isn’t it fascinating?
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I bought a used Digital SLR camera. The owner’s manual was not included. Manufacturer’s manuals available online have the word “copy” emblazoned across each page. A search through the MCPL catalogue quickly introduced me to three books available on Safari Technical Books:
Teen Tech Week: An Interview With Shocking Arts Productions
We've got film stars, right here in Independence! We had so much fun making a video last year, we decided to do it again. This time around, I had the pleasure of working with Shocking Arts Productions (a group of Truman High student film makers) who offered to do practically all the work for me! I said: "Where have you been all my life?!" I also was really curious about how they got started.
If you love cinema, eventually you’re going to start looking beyond Hollywood for entertainment. Often that means watching a foreign language film. Unless you speak or understand the language in question, this brings up a point of much contention: dubbed or subbed?