Four Corners Custom Framing Gallery
A striking collection of vintage carpentry tools from the 1940s with burlap backing in a rustic wooden shadowbox frame. The shadowbox honors our client's grandfather who was a carpenter by trade. A wonderful way to display and preserve cherished keepsakes.
5 Things You Can Do Right Now to Save Your Family Heirlooms - The Family Curator
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ICD Codes on Death Certificates Can Tell You How Your Ancestors Died
When causes of death are unreadable or confusing you can look up ICD codes to find the cause of death in a clearly written database.
20 Fathers Day Gift Ideas with Kids
With fathers day fast approaching its time to look into planning something awesome! Here is a lovely collection of our favorite finds!
FREE Genealogy Research Sources Checklist to Break Down Brick Walls
When researching an ancestor, it's easy to remember to search the census and look for birth/marriage/death certificates. Sometimes, searching the big-name database companies will produce a few hits from smaller record sources, such as draft registrations and the like. But there are MANY genealogy sources that aren't online and can be easily overlooked.
The 1890 Census - How To Research the "Genealogy Black Hole" Part 1 | Are You My Cousin?
These Old Passport Applications May Hold the Missing Genealogy Info You Need
Many family historians are not aware of the fact that millions of passport applications were collected by the US Department of State between the years of 1795 and 1925. These applications are kept by the National Archives and Record Administration (NARA) and are packed full of personal information that can help you in your research.