Daily Archives: January 5, 2019

Interesting Kickstarter Campaign – Mental Health Support Coloring Book for Children

When I logged into Kickstarter a few minutes ago, I saw this campaign: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/superkids/superkids-mental-health-support-coloring-book. It has met its $5,000 goal with over $6,000 in pledges and the campaign runs through Thursday, January 17 2019 10:05 AM CST. It’s cool they … Continue reading

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My 1,000th Blog Post

Update: If this seems like a familiar post, it’s because I wasn’t paying attention and accidentally posted it before it was the 1,000th post several hours ago. You weren’t seeing things. Now that WordPress shows I am 999 998 published … Continue reading

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Getting Stuff Done — Day by Day

My middle one has left to move into her apartment at Mississippi State and me and the youngest have been undecorating the Christmas trees. We’re taking a break for a bit so she can rest (she’s still recovering from the … Continue reading

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First Nations/Native American Tribal Membership Requirements for U. S. Tribes

This is a common question in Facebook genealogy or DNA groups. The typical response is usually wrong. In the past, the U. S. federal government required a blood quantum level to become a member of a tribe. However, the tribes … Continue reading

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65 Million Online Obituary Records on FamilySearch

This was posted in a Facebook group I belong to: http://www.theancestorhunt.com/blog/65-million-online-obituary-records-available-from-familysearch#.XDD9lM1MGM8. About 30 million are free to view, but around 34 million require a paid subscription to GenealogyBank to view. The link has a list of the various databases on … Continue reading

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