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The National League Champion Atlanta Braves

October 24, 1999 No Comments

The National League Champion Atlanta Braves Here it is, the best time of the baseball season. The playoffs are over, and only two teams remain to battle it out for the Major League Championship, the World Series. The next two FamSites will take a look at the two teams by visiting the official World Series si... continue reading...

National Archieves Online

July 24, 1999 No Comments

National Archieves Online Learning about history can be very boring. Dates and places, sequences of events, the can all add up to boredom, especially if you are sitting in a classroom. But today's FamSite helps put a new spin on some pieces of our country's heritage, something almost as good as being there. ... continue reading...

The James K. Polk Ancestral Home

March 12, 1999 No Comments

The James K. Polk Ancestral Home Over the past few months Family Site of the Day has visited the libraries of our Presidents. Every President since Herbert Hoover has established one, and they are a great resource to learn about not only the man, but also the history of our country. But not every President h... continue reading...

Portrait of Black Chicago

February 20, 1999 No Comments

Portrait of Black Chicago The best way to learn about the way our world is, is to look at our past heritage. Whether it is good or bad, it has a lesson that we can all learn from. Documenting how our country changes can help our children make this world a better place to live. Today's FamSite is one from... continue reading...

Happy Fourth of July

July 4, 1998 1 Comment

Happy Fourth of July Here it is, the birthday of our country. For better or worse, it is still here, 222 years after the Declaration of Independence. A lot of things have happened over those years, and today is a time to put the differences aside, and reflect on what we truly enjoy. Today's site is called... continue reading...

Baker City’s Oregon Trail Center

March 1, 1998 No Comments

Baker City’s Oregon Trail Center Those words conjure up visions of the old west, with wagon trains being pulled by oxen and full of pioneers looking to start a new life. Prairies full of buffalo, streams full of trout and salmon, and endless mountains of trees. All of this was a part of the Oregon Trail. T... continue reading...

Graceful Bee Online Memory Magazine

July 28, 1997 4 Comments

Graceful Bee Online Memory Magazine There is a saying on my wall at work, "Nostalgia isn't what is used to be". Fairly thought provoking, but it is one of several "Thoughts to Get You Through Any Crisis" that I have there. But it is true. Today, people seem to be more interested preserving their heritage and... continue reading...

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