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In Their Own Words
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In Their Own Words

As a kid, I spent almost every summer in Oklahoma where my mother is from.
Yom Hashoah: The Day We Remember the Holocaust
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Yom Hashoah: The Day We Remember the Holocaust

Many people honor those who died in the Holocaust on January 27, International Holocaust Remembrance Day
All Census Indexes Are Not Created Equal!
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All Census Indexes Are Not Created Equal!

When the 1940 U.S.
No April Fools! Get Ready for the 1950 U.S. Federal Census!
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No April Fools! Get Ready for the 1950 U.S. Federal Census!

Over the years, I’ve been both the recipient and the perpetrator of a number of harmless Apr
Welcome, Fáilte (Family)
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Welcome, Fáilte (Family)

March is Irish Heritage Month!
Boeuf Gras and New Orleans Genealogy
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Boeuf Gras and New Orleans Genealogy

The origins of Mardi Gras can be traced back to medieval Europe, specifically Italy (Rome and Venice) an
Black History Month
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Black History Month

Happy Black History Month, everyone!
The Traits We Inherit
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The Traits We Inherit

Happy birthday to two of my favorite (famous) female role models, Dolly Parton and Betty White!
Paper or Digital?
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Paper or Digital?

The sacker at your grocery store’s checkout may ask you, “Paper or plastic?” but for genealogy research,
’Tis the Season in Europe!
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’Tis the Season in Europe!

Every European country has holiday traditions; some you would expect, and others…not so much.
Lights, Camera, Action: Bringing Back the Family Movie Night
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Lights, Camera, Action: Bringing Back the Family Movie Night

My husband and I are blessed with the opportunity to “kid sit” one evening each week, and the time spent