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There is a Coast Guard Museum in Seattle, Washington. This will be invaluable as I dig more into the lives of my father and his father, both serving in the Coast Guard in the Pacific Northwest and Pacific Ocean. The … Continue reading
The Spittoon is the company blog of 23andMe, a DNA testing company. The blog includes articles by their scientists, researchers, and other employees. The goal of the site is to help customers understand their DNA, health, traits, and ancestry, and … Continue reading
If you can live with the fact that this was created in Adobe Flash and features unwanted music on the home page, Thomas Tryniski maintains the Fulton New York Historical Newspaper Pages featuring what it claims to be over 15,377,000 … Continue reading
My West and Farlin family were brought together in Raisin Township, Lenawee County, Michigan. The term “lenawee” or “lenawai” (Shawnee) cames from the Native American word meaning “man” from the Delaware “leno or lenno”. Lenawee County’s first white settlers were … Continue reading