Monthly Archives: March 2015

Daughters of the Republic of Texas sue the Texas General Land Office

Originally posted on Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter:
The Daughters of the Republic of Texas sued the state General Land Office, accusing the state agency of “an unlawful attempt” to take some 30,000 books and artifacts at the Alamo that…

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Familytreegirl as your Genealogy Coach might be what you need!

Over the years I  have helped numerous individuals and families conduct their family research. Most of them want to do the research themselves and/or just need some help getting started, organize your research,  or dealing with a conflict or challenge. … Continue reading

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Boatmen-are you part of the escape plan?

Today is Saturday and I have attempted a little research, yeah right! I have a few call for papers to complete and design an “Understanding the Process for the DAR”. But as usual, something else pops in my mind and I … Continue reading

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DISCOVERY: Slave Name Roll Project

Originally posted on Daughter of Slave Ancestry:
The 1870 brick wall is no less surmountable in cyberspace than it is in the analog archives of today’s courthouses. Court records from times past divulge varieties of slave/slaveholder relationships. Knowing the records…

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DAR in Norwalk Makes History with 1st African-American Regent Autier Allen-Craft

Originally posted on GOOD BLACK NEWS:
NORWALK, Conn. — Autier Allen-Craft, the first African-American member of the Daughters of the American Revolution in Connecticut, was inducted last week as regent of Norwalk-Village Green Chapter, according to a statement from the group. “There…

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