My recent experience researching and processing an archive collection of donated Cornish genealogy research material sent me down an interesting research path. Being Southern and barely paying attention in US History, I was aware of the gold rush and coal mining, but had never considered copper mining as an industry. Quite honestly, I just never … Continue reading A Genealogy Gold Mine in Copper Country!
One small bead of sweat worked its way down from my temple as I wheeled my lime green suitcase through the parking garage, the insulated cooler bag carefully balanced on top and my blue beaded work bag/purse digging into my shoulder under the weight of the laptop and my shiny new copy of Professional Genealogy. … Continue reading July on Fire
Sometimes we really do overthink a thing!
The kickstarter pre-sale campaign wasn't successful. Probably because I didn't have a clue about self-promotion, blah blah blah. But here's the book. I didn't set out to make a book but enjoyed the feedback on my photos and was encouraged by friends. So I did. It was a fun experiment. I've written tons, but never … Continue reading A book I created…for sale via Blurb