There’s a lot of good family history information available on the Internet. Here are five places we’ve enjoyed visiting recently:The Dash. You may have heard of Linda Ellis’ poem but have you read it? Or seen the video? After you’ve done that, move on to the next item in this list.
Taking Them from Names to People. Miles Meyer of Jacksonville, Florida, fills in the dash of his great grandfather in this post.
Do You Talk About Your Family History at Home? Complete with a clip from the popular Desperate Housewives television show, this article shows the value of informative dinner table family discussions.
Enduring murder mystery: Was justice too swift? By Virginia N. Sherry of the State Island Advance, a look back at a 95-year-old murder case that raises questions about justice and the privileged class.
Cheerful Money. New Yorker staffer Tad Friend pens a lively memoir about the decline of the colonial WASP culture that helped create the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence. Oh yes, that includes his family.
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