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FOLLOWING the success of recent First World War-themed events, Uttoxeter's museum is to help families research their history.
The first event of the series was held at the Telfair Museum's Jepson Center for the Arts.
The little girl was dressed in a white frilly dress, her long brown hair neatly combed into place and her brown teddy bear tucked under her arm.
A Bathgate author has published a fascinating and detailed account of figures from the underbelly of West Lothian's history.
The book cover of "The Turning: Why the State of the Family Matters, and What the World Can Do About It" by Richard and Linda Eyre.
WHILE doing genealogy research I came across this article in The Bugle asking if anyone could identify any of the men in this photograph.
An evening of survival horror-inspired fun devised by museums accessibility project Scotland Creates with LAStheatre - the immersive theatre company behind award-winning experimental live horror performance DEADinburgh, which was staged to great success at Summerhall last year.
This week AJ Jacobs, bestselling author and journalist, shows us how he rids himself of life's common nuisances and hazards like an untied shoe, a noisy environment, or a half hour wasted in traffic so he can focus on larger pursuits, like bringing the world together in one great big family reunion.
Homecoming on the Wabash Wea Indian culture a central part of the Feast of the Hunters' Moon experience.
Have you ever wondered about your family roots? The Hall County Library System is offering a chance for newcomers to genealogy to discover fundamental research tools and a strong genealogy foundation for a family history.
Searching for Biological daughter/sister to two younger brothers who was born on the 26th April 1967 in Pretoria Maternity hospital.
Wade Fairey, standing, presents a video recently published on Roots and Recall. The site serves as educational tool and venue to to preserve historical information.
Your country needs your ammunition! WWI letter from Kitchener to Churchill reveals plea for Navy's rounds from Army chief... and the 'no, no, no, no' response Kitchener was the Secretary of State for War and was head of the British Expeditionary Force that was fighting German troops on the French borders A desperate letter sent by army chief Lord ... (more)
I was privileged to sit in on a meeting a couple of weeks ago that wrapped up the Pennsylvania Digital Newspaper Project.
The History Crawl will be held in downtown Palatine on Friday, September 5 from 5:00pm to 7:30pm.
Updated: Fri Aug 29, 2014 02:06 am
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