- Ohio State UniversityCivil Engineering, 1992 - 1997
Heritage Scrapbooking: Childhood Page, Americana Theme
Last week, you saw the first in a series of posts about my grandfather's heritage scrapbook. My grandfather Lewis Brown was a military hero
After outcry, city reschedules public hearing on industrial site
Historic preservationists were upset Thursday after the city set the date for a crucial public hearing for Dec. 23 — but the city quickly re
A Neurotic Glamour Girl's Weight Watchers Experience and Fitness Adventu...
I mentioned in one of my marathon diaries posts that I had put together a list of things I wanted to do after the marathon - things I neglec
The Dark History of San Francisco's Cemeteries | 7x7
Before the City of San Francisco voted to stop burials within city limits in 1900, there were at least 30 cemeteries currently in use or aba
Interviewing Survivors and Liberators of World War II
Survivors and liberators of World War II are dying every day. We need to take action now to see that their stories are preserved.
Midwestern Microhistory: A Genealogy Blog: How I tried to create a tree ...
True confession: I never had a tree on Ancestry.com until a few weeks ago. (Back in the day, I uploaded my ill-sourced tree to Rootsweb Worl
The Blog Herald - The leading source of news covering social media and t...
outbound links. For as long as search engine optimizers have existed, they've focused a huge amount of time and resources on obtaining inbou
Unmarked cemetery near bridge site holds 70 graves
WFIE-TV reports (http://bit.ly/19pay0x ) the Old State Hospital burial site was initially thought to hold 10 to 15 unmarked graves. The ceme
Genealogists: One Big Happy Fightin' Family | GeneaBloggers
Thomas MacEntee discusses why online arguments between genealogists are real, just like family fights and do more good than harm.