Monthly Archives: October 2007

>Fort Polk helps heritage families hold on to history

>Polk helps heritage families hold on to historyhttp://www.fortpolkguardian.com/articles/2007/10/26/fort_polk_news/24heritage.txtBy DOC MOULTON, Public Affairs Office Between 1940 and 1945, the U. S. War Department took possession of privately owned lands to develop Camp Polk. Some families sold their land to the War … Continue reading

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Fort Polk helps heritage families hold on to history

Polk helps heritage families hold on to historyhttp://www.fortpolkguardian.com/articles/2007/10/26/fort_polk_news/24heritage.txtBy DOC MOULTON, Public Affairs Office Between 1940 and 1945, the U. S. War Department took possession of privately owned lands to develop Camp Polk. Some families sold their land to the War … Continue reading

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Fort Polk helps heritage families hold on to history

Polk helps heritage families hold on to historyhttp://www.fortpolkguardian.com/articles/2007/10/26/fort_polk_news/24heritage.txtBy DOC MOULTON, Public Affairs Office Between 1940 and 1945, the U. S. War Department took possession of privately owned lands to develop Camp Polk. Some families sold their land to the War … Continue reading

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>Acadian Memorial

>The Lafayette Genealogical Society has posted an event for the Acadian Memorial Foundation on November 10, 2007. November 10th, 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. – Acadian Memorial hosts second annual “L’Ordre Du Bon Temps Gala” -”401 years of Acadian/Cajun Men … Continue reading

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Acadian Memorial

The Lafayette Genealogical Society has posted an event for the Acadian Memorial Foundation on November 10, 2007. November 10th, 6:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. – Acadian Memorial hosts second annual “L’Ordre Du Bon Temps Gala” -”401 years of Acadian/Cajun Men … Continue reading

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>Southwest Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Library

>Calcasieu Public Library has links to the Southwest Louisiana Genealogical and History Library’s newsletters in PDF format. The newsletter is entitled Genealogy News and contains information about new book additions to the library. The library recently held a conference, “Branching … Continue reading

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Southwest Louisiana Genealogical and Historical Library

Calcasieu Public Library has links to the Southwest Louisiana Genealogical and History Library’s newsletters in PDF format. The newsletter is entitled Genealogy News and contains information about new book additions to the library. The library recently held a conference, “Branching … Continue reading

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>Mississippi marriage records, Georgia death certificates, & Library hauntings

>The Clarion Ledger announced in late September that several Mississippi counties marriage records had been recorded in book form by Ann Allen Geoghegan. The books can be viewed and ordered at http://stores.lulu. com/anniegms “…Now completed are the Adams County Mississippi … Continue reading

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Mississippi marriage records, Georgia death certificates, & Library hauntings

The Clarion Ledger announced in late September that several Mississippi counties marriage records had been recorded in book form by Ann Allen Geoghegan. The books can be viewed and ordered at http://stores.lulu. com/anniegms “…Now completed are the Adams County Mississippi … Continue reading

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>Oaklawn cemetery in Jonesboro, Arkansas officially on the National Register of Historic Places

>Story Date: Monday, October 15, 2007http://www.jonesborosun.com/archived_story.php?ID=29748Caraway grave site, Tyronza water tower make U.S. Register By Keith INMAN JONESBORO — The final resting place of the first woman ever elected to the U.S. Senate is now officially on the National Register … Continue reading

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