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Worthy Enough?

by Mel Glenn (Brooklyn, NY)

It’s hard to be a Jew,
even a bad one.
I do not go to synagogue.
I am not kosher. 172 more words

American Jewry

1926 - Life on the Navajo reservation

My father, Earl E. Pyatt, often talked about living on an Indian reservation when he was young.  He always commented to us on how all they had to eat was pinto beans and creamed corn.   317 more words

Family History

Using Multiple Tabs on Your Browser

To be more effective when using Family Search, you should become familiar in working with multiple tabs on your browser. This way you can easily move back and forth between different sites without losing your place. 60 more words

Family History

Creating a Family Search Account

Before you begin the process to locate a name to take to the temple, you will first need an account on Family Search. This account is free and the process will be much faster if you have the following accessible: 322 more words

Family History

Slavery, Ancestry & the Importance of Finding Family History

“The Underground Railroad “by Colson Whitehead has me more excited than I have been in awhile for a book. It was published earlier this month and has already racked up quite a buzz. 694 more words

Taking an Ancestor to the Temple

To the casual observer, the concept of taking an ancestor to the temple is filled with images of pedigree charts, family group sheets, thick books of remembrances, and miles of microfilm. 89 more words

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Frederick Pauline Sr - Artist.

While doing research for an article on the Paulin(e) family.  I began searching for examples of paintings done by Frederick Paulin(e) Sr. The main reason was that I had unearthed a newspaper article dated 1901, which spoke of an exhibit he had at the Great Northern Railway Offices . 243 more words

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