In your recent novel, The Knotted Rope, the protagonist lives in both the Indigenous and settler worlds. He was born white but adopted by the Oneida tribe. How does this unique perspective contribute to the main themes of the novel? Debbie Bateman interviews author Jean Rae Baxter for the online publication “The Artisanal Writer” …
For over a year Family History Societies have embraced ZOOM as a way to stay connected to their members. Many allowed non-members to also enjoy the talks. If you are someone who struggles with new phones, social media or “virtual communication” on the Internet, this tutorial is for you! DOWNLOAD ZOOM
Welcome: Qualicum Beach Family History Society strives to promote the study of genealogy and family history through accurate, ethical and thorough research principles and techniques. We maintain an expanding library of relevant genealogical books, magazines and research material; publish a quarterly journal; and provide regular workshops, courses and speakers to assist you with your research.
Library and Archives Canada is offering a webinar “In the Trenches” which will explore digitized First World War Records held by LAC. This introductory webinar demonstrates how to access Canadian Expeditionary Force service files online, and explores key documents from one service file in particular.
Grave Dowsing Reconsidered Office of the State Archaeologist, University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 52242. Burials Program: 319-384-0740. This guide may be freely copied and distributed. Check the OSA web site for future updates (www.uiowa.edu/~osa/burials). William E. Whittaker, Ph.D., RPA Office of the State Archaeologist The University of Iowa