Revolutionary war era bodice.
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c1790; France. Jacket of red and white striped plain silk with silver-colored buttons; fold-back collar. This woman's jacket features a distinctive large turned-down collar with scalloped edges. Metallic large buttons placed in two rows provide accent. The British lifestyle of enjoying natural surroundings also became popular in France. "Redingotes", or riding coat, popular among men for horse riding or traveling, resulted in sophisticated jackets like this.
Jacket, France, 1790. Red and white striped plain silk with silver-coloured buttons; fold-back collar. This women's jacket features a distinctive large turned-down collar with scalloped edges. Metallic large buttons placed in two rows provide accent.
There's something so appealing about the double breasted buttons on such a fitted 18th century bodice. #Georgian #clothing #jacket #fashion #1700s
Jacket | France ca. 1790 | Material: red and white striped plain silk with silver-colored buttons; fold-back collar | The British lifestyle of enjoying rural life and hunting in natural surroundings also became popular in France, and the clothes became more simplified in and after the 1770's | 'Redingotes', or riding coat, which had been popular among men for horse riding or traveling, influenced women's clothes, resulting in sophisticated jackets like this | The Kyoto Costume Institute
Looking for a list of free genealogy sites to search? Here are 50 no-cost family history resources where you will find birth, marriage and death records, o
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50 No Cost Family History Resources
50 no-cost family history resource sites
Looking for a list of free genealogy sites to search? Here are 50 no-cost family history resources where you will find birth, marriage and death records.....
50 Genealogy Sites You Can Search for Free // @genicom is my personal favorite and should definitely be included! Geni.com
50 Free Genealogy sites.
100 Questions No One Ever Asks tag; all questions are listed in this post. #YouTube
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xThis 100 Questions No One Ever Asks video tag is hilarious and fun. Try it out!
This is a YouTube tag thing but these would actually be pretty fun to discuss with friends/significant other. Such random questions not usually asked
Great & personal journaling questions.
Anne Boleyn's final words. Her eloquent, brave speech moves me to tears whenever I read it & listening/watching Natalie Dormer deliver Anne's speech never fails to make sob. Queen Anne was a remarkable young woman & a courageous, cunning queen.
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Queen Anne Boleyn's final words.
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Anne Boleyn's execution speech. IMAGE: Natalie Dormer as Queen Anne Boleyn, Showtime's 'The Tudors'.
Map of European Immigration to the United States
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Immigration map 1820-1920
3rd grade immigration unit
Fun Family Heirloom Cookbook template. Great way to make Family History fun!
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FAMILY HEIRLOOM COOKBOOK. Digital template to create your custom family cookbook with family history vignettes.
Family Heirloom Cookbook Idea
Fun Family Heirloom Recipe Book Template. I love the one my mom made for me and was thinking I need to start working on one for Mackenzie:)
Heritage Collector Storybook: Family Heirloom Cookbook Template
Find your ancestor's homes with Google Earth!
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Find your ancestor's homes with Google Earth! I found the house my folks lived in when I was born. Cool!
Find your ancestor's homes with Google Earth! I don't think I need lessons in this, but I should really make a map eventually.
searching shortcuts (o:
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Google search tricks you may not have heard of before. #google #likeaboss
Google like a boss - Become a master of Google search with these tips via @Lifehack
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Google (search) like a boss via https://plus.google.com/+P%C3%A5lBasso/posts/UnEH67db8Ry … For more tips, check out http://www.google.com/insidesearch/tipstricks/all.html … #GoogleSearch pic.twitter.com/YWAHVpBFTI
Google like a boss. Simple yet effective ways of maximizing your Google search! I always forget these simple life hacks, so I'm glad I found them all together again :)
How to Google like a boss – Become a master of Google search with these little-known tips. Oh yeah! Learned these in grad school!
NY Public Library puts 20,000 high-res historical maps online for free
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NY Public Library puts 20,000 high-res historical maps online for free!
Part 1: How do you research using death certificates? Much of the information gleaned from a death certificate can be used more effectively to connect to other resources that document your ancestor. This article is the first in a series to help beginning researchers extract information from the death certificate to learn more about an ancestor.
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Genealogical Proof Standard: Complete and Accurate Citation of Sources - Join Crista Cowan for the third in our series on the Genealogical Proof Standard (GPS). The second element is a complete and accurate citation of your sources. You will learn both WHY this is such an important step in your research process and HOW to improve your source citations.
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Genealogical Proof Standard: Complete and Accurate Citation of Sources
Using the DAR | DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). In their Ancestor Database, the simple-style search form has you place a surname and given name for an ancestor who might have served in the military or as a civilian during the American Revolution.
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Using the DAR | DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). In their Ancestor Database, the simple-style search form has you place a surname and given name for an ancestor who might have served in the military or as a civilian during the American Revolution | #genealogy #heirhunters #family #history #fraserandfraser | www.fraserandfraser.co.uk
Using the DAR | Genealogy, Ancestry, and Family Tree Research | This database has some 7.1 million names – the descendants of patriots from the American Revolutionary War.
This is a painting of the american Patriot
Sneak Peek! Family History Research Planners Coming in October! — The Historium
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Things have been so exciting here! The launch of the new ebook The Purposeful Family Historian is right around the corner, and on that note I have even more big news! I have been working for nearly two years to perfect The Historical Research Planner System which will be debuting this October! UPDATE 10/1: They're here!! When you finish with this post, check out the shop to get your planner pack as an instant download! Those of you who are on the mailing list got the news first but I have new exclusive details today. Not on the list yet? Sign up at the bottom of this post to get all the details first AND the Free Photo Memories Workbook in your inbox. The system is available as three separate packs, which integrate seamlessly with one another or are useable one at a time, all of which are printable PDF Smart Forms with Fillable blanks: 1. The Calendar Pack - to help you set goals, break them down into tasks and schedule them for increased productivity and focus. 2. The Genealogy Pack - with forms to organize your entire family tree while keeping everything color coded for efficiency and organization. 3. The Filing Pack - has everything you need to file your whole project, utilizing coordinating color-coded box labels, file labels and binder tabs. Are you as excited as we are? Let us know below! Keep checking back to get updates about the launch! Tara Cajacob Hi, I'm Tara! I am more than a huge fan of history, you might say I'm a little obsessed. I would spend a Friday night in with a glass of local wine and a reference book any night of the week. Learn more about me and my work here. Sign Up Now! Sign up with your email address to receive news and updates and get your free copy of the Photo Memories workbook! First Name Last Name Email Address Sign Up We respect your privacy. No spam ever. We promise. Thank you!
Sneak Peek! Family History Research Planners Coming in October! The Historium family trees
Graveyard Quilts such as this Kentucky Coffin Quilt made by Elizabeth Mitchell in the mid 1800's show the center of the quilt, designed and embroidered to depict a graveyard. Coffins with names on paper attached are appliqued into the cemetery. Coffins with blank paper are basted on the outer border, possibly waiting to be moved into the graveyard when someone else she cared about died.
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cemetery quilts | Detail from the Kentucky Coffin Quilt, or Graveyard Quilt.
Elizabeth Roseberry Mitchell, "The Graveyard Quilt," 1843. Kentucky. From the post, "The traveling eye 2: teeth." http://www.amymeissner.com/blog/the-traveling-eye-2
Genealogy Relationship Chart
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Who's who in your family tree
Snodgrass Family Reunion: Genealogy Relationship Chart
Handy chart to determine how many "degrees of removal" two people in a family (or family history) are.
Genealogy Relationship Chart - Cousins can be confusing!
A handy chart to determine what war your ancestor may have served in.
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What war could your ancestor have served in? Use this hand chart as a rule of thumb to focus your family #history research. #genealogy #veterans
Birth Years of Veterans| What War Did My Ancestor Serve In? Use this chart to help understand years and service. #veterans #war #service #genealogy
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Rootsonomy Blog: Anatomy of a Social Security Number
What might the digits of your ancestor's SSN tell you? See: Anatomy of a Social Security Number.
Courthouse Research for Family Historians: Your Guide to Genealogical Treasures
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A must have book! Courthouse Research for Family Historians: Your Guide to Genealogical Treasures by Christine Rose
Courthouse Research for Family Historians: Your Guide to Genealogical Treasures: Christine Rose: 9780929626161: Amazon.com: Books #genealogy #books
Golden Rules of Genealogy
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Golden Rules of Genealogy: UpFront with NGS (The National Genealogical Society)
Golden Rules of Genealogy - a neat and helpful guide to learning the quirks of researching your family history.
Complete my family tree- Golden Rules of Genealogy
Golden Rules of Geneology
12 Golden Rules of Genealogy
River Thames Path Map by William Thomas
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Old Father Thames
The River Thames, an illustrated map by William Thomas. To remember my stay in Kingston upon Thames.
Thames River ~ England
River Thames Illustrated Map
Examiner: Extract and confirm all the information on a record
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"South Carolina Deaths, 1915-1943," index and images, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/pal:/MM9.1.1/N96F-K4V : accessed 16 Feb 2014), George A. Tucker in entry for George A. Tucker, 11 Dec 1932.
Learn how you can use the resources at the United States National Archives to explore your family's ancestry.
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Day 9: My #1 favorite genealogy research website is the National Archives. Learn how you can use the resources at the United States National Archives to explore your family's ancestry.
Using the United States National Archives to explore family ancestry.
Louisville, Kentucky, circa 1907. "Seelbach Hotel."
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Seelbach Hotel circa 1907
Fascinating, first person narratives (letters, diaries) written by pioneer women heading west in the 1840's. Title: "Women's Diaries of the Westward Journey".