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Banking Tips

September 2, 2009 No Comments

Banking Tips Although there are security issues, online banks claim to offer a secure, convenient place to keep your money and conduct transactions. Sadly, many customers are not aware that they can better protect their money, avoid costly surprises and maximize their earnings if they know what things to look... continue reading...

Internet Safety Secrets

July 7, 2005 1 Comment

Internet Safety Secrets A long, long time ago, a concept was born to promote a family safe internet environment. That environment would provide a place where children would be able to explore the World Wide Web to their hearts content and not have worry about their safety. The name of that concept was WorldV... continue reading...

The Paw Prints Post

January 8, 2005 No Comments

The Paw Prints Post The Family First Site of the Day (or the WorldVillage Family Site of the Day, as we were originally known) has been sharing family-oriented websites for 8 years this month. So digging back in the archives of our site, today we feature the oldest active site of the over 2800 sites we have f... continue reading...

Photographs by Fred Stein

June 26, 2004 No Comments

Photographs by Fred Stein Black and white photography is an art. Over the years, several people have become noted for the quality of work they have done in that medium. One person that everyone thinks of at once is Ansel Adams. But today the Family First Site will visit a place in cyberspace to another pho... continue reading...

USS Intrepid Air/Space Museum

June 25, 2004 1 Comment

USS Intrepid Air/Space Museum It is summer, and you may be looking for something to do, or for something for you kids to, or for something for your parents to do with you (there, I think I got everyone covered). One thing that is fun to do is to visit a museum in your local area, and learn something about the... continue reading...

The American Civil War Homepage

April 13, 2004 No Comments

The American Civil War Homepage Looking for a subject to do a school history report on? Want to spend some time cruising some online museums, and finding out about one of the most important events in our nation's history? If so, then today's Family First Site is for you. The site is called The American Ci... continue reading...

Welcome to PawPrints

March 2, 2004 1 Comment

Welcome to PawPrints Today Family First Site is a special one for visitors. It is one of the first sites we ever featured when we started back in 1997, and it is the oldest active site in our archives. It is nice to see that it has stayed around for all these years. The relationship between animals and man ... continue reading...

Theban Mapping Project

January 13, 2004 1 Comment

Theban Mapping Project The mystery surrounding the lands of Egypt has long been one of the marvels of the western world. The discovery of King Tut's tomb sparked a wildfire of interest that continues unabated to this day. One of the places I would like to visit in my lifetime is the Valley of the Kings, wh... continue reading...

The Exhibit Hall

December 4, 2003 No Comments

The Exhibit Hall One of the most fascinating portions of my grandparent's house was the attic. There they kept artifacts and momentos of their life together, which was the history of our family. It was great to visit and learn about distant relatives and stories about where we came from. Our country ha... continue reading...

The American Civil War HomePage

October 26, 2003 No Comments

The American Civil War HomePage Looking for a subject to do a school history report on? Want to spend some time cruising some online museums, and finding out about one of the most important events in our nation's history? If so, then today's Family Site is for you. The site is called The American Civil ... continue reading...

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