When you return an old hermit' s lost item, you learn something new about your world.
It’s time The World adopted an old warrior’s code of conduct!
How would you describe the color of your life and do you know your place in the rainbow?
Links to internet sites that help research and record family history.
It was a chance meeting that was perfectly planned.
Rewards 500 GPs per review
An adoptee asks how Social Security Numbers are issued.
Information on finding, researching, and recording your family history.
Lost words in a forgotten journal long to be set free. (Quatern Form)
The First People survived life's hardships Europe, Artic, Canada into North America
I've been in the same family for 10 Generations
Thoughts about lineage and looking ahead.
I rediscover my Great-grandfather
Same Nichols in middle age
My Great-grandfather as a young man
A family home and childhood memories
The Gravy Crowd Utilitarian is a perfect example of a member of this class.
Gravy Crowd Deniers are a perfect example of members of this class.
The Kleptoparrot is a perfect example of a member of this Gravy Crowd class.
Welfare Skanks are a perfect example of members of this Gravy Crowd class.
The Economically Insane are perfect examples of The Gravy Crowd Underclass.
This is part of my Tarot of the 78 Doors Short Story project. Each card is a short story.
My Great-great Grandfather - The Soldier Who Was Good To Us...
A short story based on the autobiography of Priscilla Merriman Evans.
Picture of Crazyhorse-Lakota- Native
Family tree of Alexander Smith and Diana Phelps in Virginia and their in-laws to 1000AD.
From George Ulrich Britz of Germany to John W Britts of Virginia
Header image for activity
Civil War history through the life and death of an ancestor
To welcome those who join the Roots and Wings Group