Monthly Archives: August 2009

DNA News Roundup

Summer DNA camps: families that study nutrition and genetics … Examiner.com – ‎Aug 9, 2009‎ Additionally, you can learn something about nutrition and how it connects to DNA-driven genealogy and family medical histories from generation to generation … Utah-based Ancestry.com wants … Continue reading

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PR:’The Turkey Feather Cape': Tribal Elder Offers Insight into Long-forgotten Native American Artifact and Tribal History

ADA, Okla., Aug. 6, 2009 — Cultural artifacts of historical significance are often lost with the passing of time, leaving only those things that have been made of stone or bone – or that have been expertly encased. To the … Continue reading

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News Roundup: Ancestry Going Public

Okay. Calmer today. Ready to focus on the rest of the world. Ancestry.com is going public. This company has been on the forefront of modern genealogy in print and electronic media since its inception. The company has filed for an … Continue reading

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An important American heritage is at risk

Instead of Wordless Wednesday, I am using my blog today to decry a tactic being used to try to kill one of our most important American rights: the right to have an intelligent, thoughtful debate on issues.    Organized mobs … Continue reading

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Tombstone Tuesday: More from Harper Cemetery

Reads: H. Y. Broxson Sr. 1875-1939  He is not dead but sleepeth. 

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Genealogy Online: Buy one today!

At church, a friend asked me where to buy my book, Genealogy Online. So today’s blog is: Click the link, Richard!

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