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“I Fear For What’s Coming” – 68 Percent Of Americans Believe The Country Is On The Wrong Track

Literary Friday Book Review: Testimony of an Irish Slave Girl. The Irish were used as slaves before the market for black people were up and running. Irish slavery ended in 1839, black in 1865. At one point white slaves made up 2/3's of all slaves in America. race had less to do with slavery and more to do with money and religion.

from a Mother to Daughter: "My dear girl, the day you see I’m getting old, I ask you to please be patient, but most of all, try to understand what I’m going through. If when we talk, I repeat the same thing a thousand times, don’t interrupt to say: “You said the same thing a minute ago”... Just listen, please. Try to remember the times when you were little and I would read the same story night after night until you would fall asleep. Read sad, Memories of my mother too.

Lists alphabetically all the tombstones where there was at least one name associated with an origin in Ireland-over 5400 names! Has cemetery history.

How to Trace Your Irish Ancestors: An Essential Guide to Researching and Documenting the Family Histories of Ireland's People

Tracing Your Irish Ancestors, best textbook on the market about Irish ancestry

Taking Your Genealogy Research to the Next Level You've done all the basics. You've contacted family members, gathered records, and gotten your family tree (as far as you know it) online, or into a software program on your computer. Now what?

History for Genealogists: Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand your Ancestors, Judy Jacobson, 2009 (It really helps to understand what was going on during the period of your family tree that you are working on)

Top 10 Social Media Sites for Family Historians

Ancestry resources for every state, other countries and some non-state specific resources.

The Bolter (Vintage) by Frances Osborne,

It's a crowded field, but this may be the best Elizabeth I bio ever.

Simone Arnold-Leibster. When her parents were put into concentration camps for refusing to 'Heil Hitler', at the age of 11 she was arrested by juvenile authorities and put into a Nazi penitentiary home. For two years she was forbidden to talk and was forced to do hard labor. At the end of the war, she was reunited with her parents, rebuilt her life and went on to devote her life to teaching others the value of 'loving your enemies and praying for those persecuting you'.

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