Recording And Digitizing Old Census Information
In recent years, there has been a considerable increase in the amount of people researching their family history, particularly recently with the release of the 1940 census for the United States. As you progress through your research you will collect lots of records and information from the census and you may start to look at how you can record it all to share with your family or preserve it for future generations. A good way to do this is through a family history evaluation from which you can create a family history book or CD.The Emerging Culture of Light: Anthropology for the Golden Age
This article is an introduction to the Universal Culture of Light that is emerging on the planet today. It is a culture dedicated to love, compassion, and personal evolution. A culture re-creating the World in the image of the Heavens: with elegance, beauty, & grace, like the Golden Mean whistling an old song in a New Tune.Aggressive Ignorance, Paranoia and Conmen
There are two kinds of ignorance: Ordinary ignorance and aggressive ignorance. Ordinary ignorance recognizes that it is ignorance and is willing to learn. Aggressive ignorance is quite different.The Growth of Amish Furniture in the United States
For lovers of Amish furniture, there is nothing better than being able to see beautifully-crafted wood furnishings in person. For this reason, thousands of travelers make annual visits to “Amish country”- whether in Indiana, Ohio or Pennsylvania-to see first-hand the beauty of Amish furniture. You may be thinking, “There are no Amish anywhere near me,” but recent statistics may prove otherwise.An Introduction To The 1940 Census
The 1940s Census was recently released by the US National Archives. See what this means for ancestor research and public records!