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Genealogy classes cover census, Ancestry.com - Asheboro Courier Tribune

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 16:42:38 GMT2018-02-23T16:42:38Z


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Genealogy classes cover census, Ancestry.com
Asheboro Courier Tribune
ASHEBORO — A new round of workshops for family researchers with librarian and genealogist Ann Palmer will take place in March at the Asheboro Public Library, 201 Worth St. The classes, covering census records and Ancestry.com, are free and open to the ...




Genealogy classes cover census, Ancestry.com - Asheboro Courier Tribune

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 16:42:38 GMT2018-02-23T16:42:38Z


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Genealogy classes cover census, Ancestry.com
Asheboro Courier Tribune
Each census record from 1790-1940 is different. Learn what is unique about the census records from 1790-1940 and how it will benefit your search for ancestors. No registration is required. * Using Ancestry.com Library Edition, 2-3:30 p.m. Tuesday ...




Kevin Jonas Sr. Has 'Real Concerns' Sons Kevin, Joe, Nick and Frankie Will Also Get Colon Cancer - PEOPLE.com

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 15:22:56 GMT2018-02-23T15:22:56Z

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Kevin Jonas Sr. Has 'Real Concerns' Sons Kevin, Joe, Nick and Frankie Will Also Get Colon Cancer
PEOPLE.com
But according to Fight CRC — a national colorectal cancer advocacy organization that raises awareness about the importance of early detection through screening — 25 percent of people diagnosed with the disease have a family history. So anyone with a ...

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Evolution May Make it Harder for Humans to Hold Their Liquor - Live Science

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 10:39:41 GMT2018-02-23T10:39:41Z

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Evolution May Make it Harder for Humans to Hold Their Liquor
Live Science
So far, it's just been detected in people with West African and East Asian ancestry, the researchers found. It's not clear whether this adaption is happening to protect people against excessive drinking, Voight noted. Instead, the findings show that ...




How This 148-Year-Old Family Egg Farm Saved Itself From Bankruptcy--and Became a $177 Million Brand - Inc.com

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 09:00:23 GMT2018-02-23T09:00:23Z


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How This 148-Year-Old Family Egg Farm Saved Itself From Bankruptcy--and Became a $177 Million Brand
Inc.com
The family's history of farming began in the 1870s when Laflamme's grandfather Les Ward and great-uncle Rodney Stanton became agricultural partners. The Monroe property, where Pete and Gerry's is currently headquartered, was purchased in 1914, but Ward ...




Family Heirlooms - Yale Daily News (blog)

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 05:54:36 GMT2018-02-23T05:54:36Z

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Family Heirlooms
Yale Daily News (blog)
From Thursday, February 15 to Sunday, May 27, the Yale Center for British Art will show an exhibit on a mysterious work of art created by an unknown artist. “The Paston Treasure: Microcosm of the Known World” is centered about one enigmatic piece, “The ...




Franklin Township: Free African-American genealogy program at ... - TAPinto.net

Fri, 23 Feb 2018 04:03:39 GMT2018-02-23T04:03:39Z

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Franklin Township: Free African-American genealogy program at ...
TAPinto.net
SOMERSET, NJ - Visit the Franklin Township Public Library on Tuesday, March 13, 2018, at 7:00 pm to review the nature of genealogy research, specifically for individuals of African-American...

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You Won't Believe What These Friends Discovered About Their ... - CBN News

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 22:21:41 GMT2018-02-22T22:21:41Z

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You Won't Believe What These Friends Discovered About Their ...
CBN News
Matthew Locket and Will Ford travel the country sharing a message of racial reconciliation and pro-life advocacy. After ten years of ministry and friendship, they made a stunning discovery about their shared family history that rocked both their worlds.

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Black History Month: Researching roots through DNA - FOX 5 Atlanta

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 22:12:40 GMT2018-02-22T22:12:40Z

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Black History Month: Researching roots through DNA
FOX 5 Atlanta
... trauma of lost roots, and [people] were not able to record some sort of origin story," Livingston said. His family's own oral history passed down through generations indicated his ancestry came from Timbuktu; he said a genealogical DNA test later ...

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Toulon couple to present Feb. genealogy program - The Stark County News

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 21:03:48 GMT2018-02-22T21:03:48Z

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Toulon couple to present Feb. genealogy program
The Stark County News
In the summer of 2017 Gary and Karen Steward drove to New Hampshire and Maine to learn more about the Steward and Gleason families. Among the places they visited were Keane and Dublin, New Hampshire, and Skowhegan, Maine. Their trip resulted in the ...




The last wild horses aren't truly wild - Science News

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 19:04:15 GMT2018-02-22T19:04:15Z

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The last wild horses aren't truly wild
Science News
The findings also debunk the idea that these domesticated ancestors — known as Botai horses —gave rise to all other modern horses. That leaves the progenitors of today's domesticated horses a mystery, researchers report online February 22 in Science ...
Surprising new study redraws family tree of domesticated and 'wild' horsesScience Daily
Ancient Genome Analysis Links Early Horse Domestication to Botai RegionGenomeWeb
Saddle up: New evidence forces us to rethink what we know about horse historyZME Science

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Ancient DNA upends the horse family tree - Science Magazine

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 19:01:05 GMT2018-02-22T19:01:05Z

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Ancient DNA upends the horse family tree
Science Magazine
Horses radically changed human history, revolutionizing how people traveled, farmed, and even made war. Yet every time we think we've answered the question of where these animals came from, another study brings us back to square one. Such is the case ...
Surprising new study redraws family tree of domesticated and 'wild' horsesEurekAlert (press release)
All the wild horses are extinct - studyNews24
There's No Such Thing as a Truly 'Wild' Horse AnymoreGizmodo

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Thousands of Turks Learn of Their Greek, Armenian Heritage with New Government Genealogy Database - The Pappas Post

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 18:12:43 GMT2018-02-22T18:12:43Z

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Thousands of Turks Learn of Their Greek, Armenian Heritage with New Government Genealogy Database
The Pappas Post
Millions of Greeks, Armenians and Jews were forced to flee, while others were taken to other regions and sold into sex gangs or labor camps. As the dust settled, these people eventually integrated into Turkish society. Names were changed and mass ...
Turks shocked to reveal their Greek, Armenian, Jewish roots: Al MonitorPanARMENIAN.Net
Dutch government representative to attend Armenian Genocide commemoration in YerevanPublic Radio of Armenia

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Yellowstone Genealogy Forum presents workshops | Laurel Outlook - Laurel Outlook

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 16:28:57 GMT2018-02-22T16:28:57Z


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Yellowstone Genealogy Forum presents workshops | Laurel Outlook
Laurel Outlook
Learn about your family through the centuries from 1600-2000 Saturdays in March. What did they do? Where did they live? How did they arrive in the North America? Workshops are designed to expand your research techniques, increase the number of ...

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Blue-eyed steppe people are Britons' ancestors, not the builders of Stonehenge - iNews

Thu, 22 Feb 2018 14:25:58 GMT2018-02-22T14:25:58Z

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Blue-eyed steppe people are Britons' ancestors, not the builders of Stonehenge
iNews
A facial reconstruction of 'Ava', whose remains were found in Achavanich in the Scottish Highlands. They date from 3,700 years ago – and she is believed to be a member of the Beaker people (Photo: Hew Morrison). Karl McDonald 13 hours Thursday February ...




Turkish genealogy database fascinates, frightens Turks - Al-Monitor

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 20:17:20 GMT2018-02-21T20:17:20Z

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Turkish genealogy database fascinates, frightens Turks
Al-Monitor
Genealogy has always been a popular topic of conversation in Turkish society, but also a tool of social and political division. Families often acknowledged in private that their lineage was Armenian or that a long-dead relative was a convert to Islam ...




Genealogy Stories with the Mahaska Co. Historical Society | Local ... - Oskaloosa Herald

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 19:31:39 GMT2018-02-21T19:31:39Z

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Genealogy Stories with the Mahaska Co. Historical Society | Local ...
Oskaloosa Herald
Shelly Ragen/The HeraldMembers and visitors attended the Mahaska County Historical Society meeting on Feb. 19 to discuss genealogy. OSKALOOSA –– There was good food and stories Monday night at the quarterly meeting of the Mahaska Historical society at ...

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Finding one's roots: Genealogy seminar offered at Kyle Library - Hays Free Press

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 18:14:10 GMT2018-02-21T18:14:10Z

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Finding one's roots: Genealogy seminar offered at Kyle Library
Hays Free Press
Tracing family lineage is a time consuming and tedious project, but the Kyle Public Library is looking at initiatives to help local residents find their roots. Genealogy Gems, which meets on the third Saturday of the month, is a new program hosted by ...




Longmont's Tower Of Compassion Helps Tell One Local Family's History - Longmont Observer

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 15:30:03 GMT2018-02-21T15:30:03Z

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Longmont's Tower Of Compassion Helps Tell One Local Family's History
Longmont Observer
Jimmie and George continued the family business of farming while starting other ventures. In the mid-1960s, they opened Kane Manufacturing and Supply Company and built a 700-home subdivision, known as Southmoor Park. The neighborhood included a ...




Start family history search at Wood County District Public Library - Sentinel-Tribune

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 15:00:48 GMT2018-02-21T15:00:48Z


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Start family history search at Wood County District Public Library
Sentinel-Tribune
She located letters testifying to an ancestor's good character so his wife could receive a pension for his service in the War of 1812. Login required. We have used your information to see if you have a subscription with us, but did not find one. Please ...




Library Lagniappe: Free genealogy series offered at West Bank Regional Library - The Advocate

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 14:09:58 GMT2018-02-21T14:09:58Z


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Library Lagniappe: Free genealogy series offered at West Bank Regional Library
The Advocate
Gwen Kelley, a librarian and expert on genealogy, will lead a spring series of 10 genealogical seminars for beginners and intermediates at the West Bank Regional Library, 2751 Manhattan Blvd., in Harvey. The sessions are designed as introductions to ...




Genealogy Gems: Research tools expanded at Family History ... - The Preston Citizen

Wed, 21 Feb 2018 08:34:21 GMT2018-02-21T08:34:21Z


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Genealogy Gems: Research tools expanded at Family History ...
The Preston Citizen
Genealogical research has one constant: change. While some records are still only found in dusty old file cabinets, many of the more important records are available online as a result of people extracting the information and indexing it. A computer ...
Illinois Ancestors | Plenty of news on black history | News-Gazette.comChampaign/Urbana News-Gazette

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Black History Month from the perspective of a German-Irish dad raising African-American kids - Cincinnati.com

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 21:19:59 GMT2018-02-20T21:19:59Z

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Cincinnati.com

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Black History Month from the perspective of a German-Irish dad raising African-American kids
Cincinnati.com
Muenzer traces his family history to Germany and Ireland. He and his wife have seven children, three of whom have African-American heritage. As parents, they made sure their kids got well-rounded history lessons not always offered in school. That meant ...
Black History Month Menu at NYU: Kool-Aid, Watermelon and ControversyNew York Times
Statement by NYU President Andrew Hamilton on AramarkNYU News

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Ancient Islanders Visited by Columbus Not 'Extinct,' Study Finds - National Geographic

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 18:38:57 GMT2018-02-20T18:38:57Z

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Ancient Islanders Visited by Columbus Not 'Extinct,' Study Finds
National Geographic
Learn how your personal ancestry is connected to the human journey with National Geographic's Geno 2.0 DNA Ancestry Test. When Christopher Columbus reached the Caribbean in the 15th century, indigenous communities referred to as Taínos were heavily ...
New Study Suggests That Present-Day Puerto Ricans Are Genetically Linked to TaínosRemezcla (blog)
Origins and genetic legacies of the Caribbean Taino | Proceedings of the National Academy of SciencesProceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

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Twila Van Leer: What have I learned as a family history missionary? - Deseret News

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 17:57:17 GMT2018-02-20T17:57:17Z

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Twila Van Leer: What have I learned as a family history missionary?
Deseret News
And that left his wife, Elizabeth Patrick Taylor, to continue on, cross the Missouri and eventually land in Nauvoo, Illinois, where she sold eggs to support her family. When Illinois no longer was a viable home for the Saints, she packed up and brought ...




How 'Black Panther' drove me to discover my African ancestry - TheGrio (blog)

Tue, 20 Feb 2018 17:22:17 GMT2018-02-20T17:22:17Z

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How 'Black Panther' drove me to discover my African ancestry
TheGrio (blog)
To gain a personal, definitive awareness of the stuff—the people, the customs, the history—I'm a product of may take a few more months and several resources. (I mean, come on, there's layers to tracing your true day-ones.) Though just in the last few ...
'Black Panther' is the talk of black America and some parts of Africa | OpinionNOLA.com

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Genes of 'extinct' Caribbean islanders found in living people - Science - Science Magazine

Mon, 19 Feb 2018 20:09:49 GMT2018-02-19T20:09:49Z

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Science Magazine

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Genes of 'extinct' Caribbean islanders found in living people - Science
Science Magazine
Jorge Estevez grew up in the Dominican Republic and New York City hearing stories about his native Caribbean ancestors from his mother and grandmother. But when he told his teachers that he is Taino, an indigenous Caribbean, they said that was ...
Ancient DNA sheds light on what happened to the Taino, the native ...Ars Technica
Study identifies traces of indigenous 'Taíno' in present-day Caribbean populationsHeritageDaily

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Titanic costume exhibit woven into Vanderbilt family history at Biltmore - Asheville Citizen-Times

Fri, 16 Feb 2018 11:32:00 GMT2018-02-16T11:32:00Z

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Asheville Citizen-Times

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Titanic costume exhibit woven into Vanderbilt family history at Biltmore
Asheville Citizen-Times
With its new exhibition of costumes from the movie "Titanic," Biltmore brings its costume shows back from England and Europe and lands its guests squarely in America. It's an emotional homecoming that's deeply personal for Biltmore's founder. After all ...




“We're a family of survivors” - Norwich amputee traces ancestry of miraculous war forefathers - Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

Wed, 14 Feb 2018 11:48:20 GMT2018-02-14T11:48:20Z

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Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

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“We're a family of survivors” - Norwich amputee traces ancestry of miraculous war forefathers
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
Steve Hopwood who is trying to trace the history and ancestors of his grandfather's brothers, who all returned safely from WWI. Steve's grandfather, Dick Halesworth pictured with his wife Ada in 1916. Picture: ANTONY KELLY. More than thirty years on ...




Cheddar Man changes the way we think about our ancestors - The Guardian

Sun, 11 Feb 2018 16:00:54 GMT2018-02-11T16:00:54Z


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Cheddar Man changes the way we think about our ancestors
The Guardian
The news was certainly intriguing, for apart from revealing some home truths about the implications of how skin colour can change over time, the new research underlines some essential and unexpected features about the ancestry of the British people ...

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