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Six Sioux Chiefs in the Jail Yard Part 5

Six Sioux Indian Chiefs in the Jail Yard
Part Five: The Fort Robinson Massacre

After the group separated, Dull Knife’s followers continued towards where they thought the Red Cloud Agency was located. 1,513 more words

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Six Sioux Chiefs in the Jail Yard Part 4

Six Sioux Chiefs in the Jail Yard
Part Four: The Last Indian Raids

In the dark of night on September 9, 1878, three hundred Northern Cheyenne followed chiefs Dull Knife and Little Wolf and began their 1,000 mile journey from Indian Territory in Oklahoma to their homeland in present day Montana. 1,889 more words

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G is for Genealogical Societies & the genealogical community

My A2Z 2016 theme is how to pursue an interest in family history/genealogy – I’d love you to join me on the journey.

G is for GENEALOGICAL SOCIETIES… 564 more words

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The Otter Lake Express Interview!

Hello! About a week and half ago, I wrote a post about how Michelle Taggart, of the May I Introduce to You team over at Geneabloggers interviewed me via a series of questions late last summer. 53 more words

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The Upcoming Otter Lake Express Interview!

Last summer, July specifically, I was contacted by Michelle Taggart. Michelle is a member of the “May I Introduce to You” team of Thomas MacEntee’s  181 more words

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Dipping into Evernote for Genealogy

I’ve been researching my family history for 30 years, and have had Evernote on my computer and mobile devices for 3 or so. But other than using it to clip the occasional newspaper article, I’ve never harnessed the (apparent) power of Evernote as an overarching organizational tool for managing my research. 644 more words

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#genealogyselfie


Source: http://www.gouldgenealogy.com/2014/03/genealogy-selfie-genealogyselfie/

#genealogyselfie I first noted this hashtag in 2014 when Gould Genealogy ran a #genealogyselfie competition for a whole month.

This week The Conference Keeper and Geneabloggers people have taken this idea on board and   11 more words

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