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Norman Tindale Collection

What is the Norman Tindale Collection?

In 1928, Norman Tindale, an anthropologist and entomologist with the South Australian Museum, began visiting Aboriginal people living on missions and government stations. 521 more words

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My mother taught all her children, they could be anything they wanted to be in Life.

In memory of my mother Thelma Whitton Tarver,  September 10, 2004,  Eleven years ago today, I rolled your wheelchair/ wheel bed, outside the building. Reading to you all the months and years of memories you shared with me! 531 more words

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It's Going to be a VERY Late Night

I don’t expect I’ll sleep any time soon. I’m on a genealogy high…

After my smashing success with Daniel Franks and company (my post earlier today would explain that if you missed it… 1,056 more words


My Tips for Making a Photo Book

I sort of consider myself the unofficial family historian.  I make about four photo books a year, plus two for my mom, and occasionally I make books for other family members. 656 more words


When my Grandma met a Prime Minister

When I visit Parliament I regularly pass the statue of the former Prime-Minister David Lloyd-George. The sculpture shows the great Liberal politician in an animated pose. 573 more words


Things I Learned From My Grandparents

Love of Country

My Grandfather was a Captain in the United States Marine Corps.  My Grandmother was a telecommunications officer in the United States Navy.  My Grandparents taught me to love our great Country.   508 more words

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