Do you enjoy sending Valentine’s Day cards to those you love and admire? So did your ancestors. Here is a little bit about the history of the tradition of sending Valentine’s Day cards, and how the tradition can tell you some interesting information about your ancestors themselves.
Are you interested in the origins of languages? One of the largest language groups of the ancient world (possibly THE largest) was known as Indo-European, and hundreds of languages and dialects have derived from it over the centuries. Knowing the history of language helps you know your ancestors...
Martha Jane Willick’s grandchildren gather together to go over the list of clues found by previous generations that she left them. There are some amazing historic and genealogical discoveries in that list that would be the envy of any genealogist. However, each clue points to another one. What is...
The thrill of tracing the lineage of your family through the ages is brought to life with Genealogy Helps, Volume 3. Brimming full of ideas, tips, and advice on what to look for and where to find it, this is one book which you cannot afford to miss reading.
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