Are you thinking of starting to research your family tree? Or maybe you’re wondering how to use bounty land warrants to find your ancestors? Or do you’re confused on how to search immigration records? The National Archives has programs and resources for beginning and expert genealogists. And one way to use these resources, regardless of where you are [...]
Posted by Hilary on August 29, 2011, under Genealogy, News and Events, Social Media Guides.
Tags: @archivesnews, genealogy, Know Your Records, NARAtions, Prologue, social media, The Text Message, YouTube, “Genealogy Notes”
When Robert Peary wrote “The pole at last!!!” into his diary on April 6, 1909, he had no idea that his claim would be disputed for the next several decades by experts who doubted that he and Matthew A. Henson were the first men to reach the North Pole. Marie Peary Stafford had no such doubts, [...]
Posted by Hilary on April 6, 2011, under - Exploration, Myth or History, Rare Photos, Uncategorized.
Tags: greenland, marie peary stafford, North Pole, peary, polar exploration, Prologue, Robert Peary
Posted by Hilary on January 3, 2011, under - World War II, Myth or History.
Tags: Agathe von Trapp, Georg von Trapp, Joan Gearin, Liesl, Maria von Trapp, Movie vs. Reality: The Real Story of the von Trapp Family, Prologue, Record of Aliens Held for Special Inquiry, SS Bergensfjord, The Sound of Music, The Story of the Trapp Family Singers, Von Trapp