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Missing Identity Website

February 9, 2005 No Comments

Missing Identity Website One of the lessons we learn from history is to hopefully not repeat the mistakes that led up to wars and suffering in the past. By not repeating those same errors, hopefully, we, as a civilization, will not repeat the same results. But every so often we need a reminder of what has ha... continue reading...

Welcome to the Missing Identity Website

January 25, 2003 2 Comments

Welcome to the Missing Identity Website One of the lessons we learn from history is to hopefully not repeat the mistakes that led up to wars and suffering in the past. By not repeating those same errors, hopefully, we will not repeat the same results. But that doesn't mean we should forget the essence ... continue reading...

Return to Midway

May 31, 2002 No Comments

Return to Midway The great events of history usually take place in the span of a few minutes or a few hours. The luxury liner Titanic was sunk only a few hours after she struck an iceberg, for example. But that event has been the focus of historians for decades. Another event, that took only 20 minutes to ... continue reading...

Woody Guthrie and the Archive of American Folk Song

November 4, 2001 No Comments

Woody Guthrie and the Archive of American Folk Song Folk music is considered to be an original American art form, one that has its roots in the roots of our culture. Today's FamSite looks at the one person who is credited with making it so memorable. The site is a Library of Congress one, and is called Wood... continue reading...

Welcome to the Missing Identity Website

November 15, 2000 No Comments

Welcome to the Missing Identity Website One of the lessons we learn from history is to hopefully not repeat the mistakes that led up to wars and suffering in the past. By not repeating those same errors, hopefully, we will not repeat the same results. But that doesn't mean we should forget the essence ... continue reading...

Return to Midway

May 18, 1998 1 Comment

Return to Midway The great events of history usually take place in the span of a few minutes or a few hours. The luxury liner Titanic was sunk only a few hours after she struck an iceberg, for example. But that event has been the focus of historians for decades. Another event, that took only 20 minutes to oc... continue reading...