To continue the stories of the lives of some well-known and not so well-known figures from James Robertson's book, "After the Civil War: The Heroes, Villains, Soldiers and Civilians Who Changed Ame
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This community got hit hard last Sunday with the heavy rain and flooding.
Many of those who participated in the Civil War for the North or the South, as members of the military or as civilians had interesting and/or eventful lives after the war that had a lasting impac
Sometimes I feel like that child in the fable "The Emperor's New Clothes." Either I am the only one pointing out the obvious or I'm really stupid, but it is frankly absurd for anyone to expect me o
A new booklet has been published by the Southwest Oklahoma Genealogical Society (SWOGS) in its "Sources and Resources" series and is available for purchase.
When my youngest said she was driving to Florida alone to spend the summer there for a school ministry program, the mama genes kicked in hard, and I knew I had to ride with her to keep her company
When I hear the words "pony express," I see a young man astride a horse racing across the prairie. While I can't see the saddlebags, I know he is carrying the mail.
Once those kids go away to college, then you get to go through the years of moving them back and forth ... a little phenomenon I like to call When Their Stuff Comes Home From College.
Again with the weather?
About half of American adults have expressed an interest in their family history.