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Revolutionary War Roots on Ancestry.com

About 6 in 10 of us have a family member who lived during that period of American history while only 1 in 40 have ancestors that participated in the war.  Finding the documentation for those war-time ancestors is easier than you might think.   Take a look at the Ancestry.com military records page for the Revolutionary…

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Looking for the Revolutionary War Generation In Your Family Photos

For more than a dozen years I’ve been on a quest to find all known photographs of the individuals who witnessed the American Revolution first-hand.  There are two volumes of photographs in print and a third in the works of people who lived during the Revolutionary War period and into the age of photography after…

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National Genealogical Society Family History Conference, 2016

Maureen will be, once again, appearing at the Family History Conference held by the National Genealogical Society.  This year the site will be Fort Lauderdale in mid-spring.  Maureen’s planned topics to present are: W127 – “Buns, Beards, Bodices, and Bustles: Clues to Understanding Who Your Ancestors Really Were”, Wednesday, 04 May 2016, at 11:00 a.m.…

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Concord Museum Gallery Talk

“The Last Muster” Gallery Talk Tuesday, July 08, 2014, 2PM Learn more about the Concord Museum’s extensive and significant collection through our new 20 minute gallery talks; included free with Museum admission. On July 8, explore The Last Muster: Images of the Revolutionary War Generation with Museum Educator Sara Lundberg. Maureen herself will be giving a talk on…

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