Monthly Archives: February 2009

>It is up to you to preserve your history Louisiana

>I emailed the Louisiana Historic Preservation office with a question about the Draft of the Louisiana State Historic Plan. I wondered if the State Plan included the preservation of cemeteries in Louisiana. Of course, if the cemetery is already on … Continue reading

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It is up to you to preserve your history Louisiana

I emailed the Louisiana Historic Preservation office with a question about the Draft of the Louisiana State Historic Plan. I wondered if the State Plan included the preservation of cemeteries in Louisiana. Of course, if the cemetery is already on … Continue reading

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The Lady in White translated on Acadian Roots blog and Louisiana genealogy message boards

Acadian Roots Aline has translated a French  title for her readers, Contes Legendes by Georges Arsenault, The Lady in White. Read about How to Post to a message board from ProGenealogists: Full name, including any middle names or initials Birth, … Continue reading

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The Lady in White translated on Acadian Roots blog and Louisiana genealogy message boards

Acadian Roots Aline has translated a French  title for her readers, Contes Legendes by Georges Arsenault, The Lady in White. Read about How to Post to a message board from ProGenealogists: Full name, including any middle names or initials Birth, … Continue reading

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The Lady in White translated on Acadian Roots blog and Louisiana genealogy message boards

Acadian Roots Aline has translated a French  title for her readers, Contes Legendes by Georges Arsenault, The Lady in White. Read about How to Post to a message board from ProGenealogists: Full name, including any middle names or initials Birth, … Continue reading

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>Facebook updates, my blog reads, cemeteries and Ancestry

>Facebook sure did make a quick turnaround with its TOS. No sooner did I post the last news story to the Copyright RootsWeb mailing list about the potential suit filed, than Facebook issued a statement to the news that there … Continue reading

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Facebook updates, my blog reads, cemeteries and Ancestry

Facebook sure did make a quick turnaround with its TOS. No sooner did I post the last news story to the Copyright RootsWeb mailing list about the potential suit filed, than Facebook issued a statement to the news that there … Continue reading

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>Facebook new TOS all a Twitter

>Facebooks new TOS (Terms of Service) was twittering this weekend. From what I understand the new and revised TOS, everything that you add to your Facebook account becomes the property of Facebook. About.com sent out an alert of sorts in … Continue reading

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Facebook new TOS all a Twitter

Facebooks new TOS (Terms of Service) was twittering this weekend. From what I understand the new and revised TOS, everything that you add to your Facebook account becomes the property of Facebook. About.com sent out an alert of sorts in … Continue reading

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>Oh! My! Twittering genealogy!

>An Oh!, My!, a twittering genealogy moment! Ancestry adds a few things.Genealogy website adds slave manifests, letters, more from the Sun Herald.The Sun Herald went a step further and added these links: Link: Confederate Pension Records Link: http://www.ancestry.com Link: Georgia … Continue reading

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