Native American genealogy webinar now online for free (6 more days)

buy azithromycin in canada get link amoxicillin to buy on line why can't i type on my mac keyboard law assignment writing service top college university essay samples professions essay propranolol should abortions be legal essay an essay on the allegory of the cave how do i setup email on my iphone 7 plus online essay grader terminator sarah connor chronicle wallpaper suhagra vs viagra edgar allan poe essays and reviews research paper maker compresse levitra thesis statement examples for media violence term paper conclusion essay examples about yourself the company man essay dissertation writing uk purchase cheap viagra online The webinar I presented on November 19th is now available for everyone for free. After the next 6 days, you will need a Legacy Family Tree Webinars subscription to view this webinar. The recording of the webinar “Native American Research: Things You May Not Know” was sponsored by the Board for Certification of Genealogists (BCG). […]

Indigenous Peoples Day is an appropriate title for this federal “holiday”

Today’s blog post is pretty much a soapbox post. Today is Indigenous Peoples Day in Minnesota. As a Minnesota resident, I am proud to say that. In 2016, then Minnesota Governor Mark Dayton issued a proclamation for Indigenous Peoples Day. Many localities and some states have replaced the Columbus Day “holiday” with Indigenous Peoples Day. […]

Tracking the First Americans: Native Americans and Asian Influence

One of my research and consultation specialties is Native American research. I have been doing this for more than twenty years. A fascinating article in the January 2015 National Geographic by Glenn Hodges makes me wish once again that I had taken an array of archeology courses. My oldest son did take some and participated […]