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The Rijksmuseum

April 30, 2005 2 Comments

The Rijksmuseum Several years ago I had the opportunity to spend several months in the Netherlands. While there I did some of the usual tourist sightseeing, and discovered some interesting things about the Dutch. One of the most interesting attractions I visited is the subject of today's Family First Site. ... continue reading...

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers)

June 20, 2004 No Comments

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers) One of the oldest societies dedicated to the study and advancement of geographical science is the subject of today's Family First Site. It is not one located in this country, but is in Great Britain, and is incorporated under a Royal Charter ... continue reading...

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers)

April 30, 2003 No Comments

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers) One of the oldest societies dedicated to the study and advancement of geographical science is the subject of today's FamSite. It is not one located in this country, but is in Great Britain, and is incorporated under a Royal Charter by the Que... continue reading...

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers)

July 16, 2002 No Comments

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers) One of the oldest societies dedicated to the study and advancement of geographical science is the subject of today's FamSite. It is not one located in this country, but is in Great Britain, and is incorporated under a Royal Charter by the Que... continue reading...

Royal Geographic Society

March 17, 2001 No Comments

Royal Geographic Society One of the oldest societies dedicated to the study and advancement of geographical science is the subject of today's FamSite. It is not one located in this country, but is in Great Britain, and is incorporated under a Royal Charter by the Queen of England. The Royal Geographic Soc... continue reading...

The Legend of Steamboatin’ the Grand Old South

November 16, 2000 No Comments

The Legend of Steamboatin’ the Grand Old South In past years, before super highways, jet planes and fast food, the Mississippi River was a major shipping channel for this country. It was as busy in it's heyday as the Hollywood Freeway is during rush hour today. To move all this freight, people, and the wes... continue reading...

The Office of King Hussein I of Jordan

October 2, 1998 No Comments

The Office of King Hussein I of Jordan One of the outstanding uses for the Internet is, I feel the ability it gives to inform and educate. It also expands the horizons of the user, by allowing them to explore beyond the borders of the classroom, and truly make the world their classroom. Today's FamSite is... continue reading...

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers)

September 19, 1998 No Comments

Royal Geographic Society (with the Socitey of British Geographers) One of the oldest societies dedicated to the study and advancement of geographical science is the subject of today's FamSite. It is not one located in this country, but is in Great Britain, and is incorporated under a Royal Charter by the Queen... continue reading...