Daughters of the American Revolution: The French Connection

In December 2016, we published this blog which introduced you to the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) organization. Then, in March 2017, this blog summarizes the DAR’s involvement with genealogy research. Today’s final blog highlights how the French Daughters of the American Revolution came to be from the French involvement in the American Revolution.

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Online Privacy and Genealogy

As a genealogist or just casually spending time doing family research, you may spend a lot of time on social media in groups or pages related to genealogy. One thing that you may see often are questions regarding privacy in regards to their social media profiles and with their online family trees on whatever service they may be using.

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Online Security and Keeping Yourself Safe

Online Security is a hot topic and it can affect every aspect of our digital lives. There’s always someone out there trying to steal our information and digital files. It maybe someone or something that hacks into our various online accounts or even trying to gain access to our computers remotely. How do we keep ourselves and our digital assets secure?

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Summer Vacation is Family Time

Summer vacation is here! The kids are out of school. It’s time to take off and enjoy the great weather along with everything the summer season has to offer. What can you do to spend time with your family over summer vacation? Check out this list of activities that you can do with your family this summer.

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Weddings Bring Families Together

As we roll into summer, we roll into peak wedding season. In the United States, June is the most popular month for weddings. As people enter into marriage, we celebrate their love and compassion for one another and we wish them a long and happy life together. While it is the joining of two people who will go on to build…

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