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Searching for: +path:psroots +(+date:jul +date:2006)
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1. Pacific Northwest Cornish Society [1]
Did you know that there is a Cornish group in the Pacific Northwest? We meet 3 times a year and we would love to have you visit us at our July 22 meeting in Centralia (details below). I have included a copy of our President's message to the members about the meeting. Please feel free to visit our website at www.nwcornishsociety.org or email me at doty@jeffnet.org Looking forward to seeing you if at all possible. Dot Hosking Huntley in SW Oregon UPDATE FROM YOUR PRESIDENT Happy 4th of July to all C
2. Seattle TMG Users Group meets Saturday, July 8 [1]
Seattle TMG (The Master Genealogist) Users Group meets next Saturday, July 8, 2:00-4:30, at Lake City Library, 12501 28th Ave. NE, in the Lake City neighborhood. Parking is free in the Library's underground parking garage. Enter/exit the garage on 28th Ave. NE. General TMG Q&A begins at 2:00. At 2:30, John Cardinal's "companion" product "TMG Utility" will be discussed and demonstrated. The last hour will be a discussion of "original" vs. "published" records (e.g. town records, church records) as sources in
3. Reminder: Seattle TMG Users Group meets Saturday (tomorrow) [1]
The Seattle TMG Users Group meets tommorrow, Saturday, July 8, 2:00-4:30, at Lake City Library, 12501 28th Ave. NE, in the Lake City neighborhood. Parking is free in the Library's underground parking garage. Enter/exit the garage on 28th Ave. NE. General TMG Q&A begins at 2:00 (as needed by those present). At 2:30, John Cardinal's "companion" product "TMG Utility" will be discussed and demonstrated. (The "second topic" previously announced will not be presented.) Everyone in the Seattle area interested in
4. Evening with Ukrainian Researcher Alex Dunai-Monday, August 7, 2006 [1]
JGSWS Special Summer Event with Alex Dunai - Monday, August 7 Jewish Genealogical Society of Washington State presents a special summer event . . . Heritage Travel and Research in Ukraine and Beyond with Alex Dunai Monday, August 7, 2006, 7:00 PM Activities Room, JCC, Mercer Island, WA This is a must-see event for anyone interested in Eastern European genealogy and travel, especially in Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Slovakia, Romania and Hungary. Alex will provide a general introduction to genealogical
5. Re: PSRoots-D Digest V06 #43 [1]
I see there is an album entitled Columbia River Songs available on amazon.com and you can listen to samples.
6. GHOST-to GHOST NETWORK : [1]
The Snohomish Chamber of Commerce is encouraging people to join the Washington State Ghost Society. This Society is located upstairs over the Oxford Saloon and Eatery which is located at 913 First Street. It was founded in 1998 and does paranormal investigation for people. More information may be attained via e-mail at sandy@washingtonstateghostsociety.com In October when Hallowe'd Eve is celebrated variously in the Snohomish environs, the Society will have have high visibility with its ghostly walking t
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----- Original Message ----- From: Diane Hettrick To: PSRoots-L@rootsweb.com Sent: Friday, July 07, 2006 12:15 AM Subject: [PSRoots] Washington historical newspapers I would suggest that anyone with ancestry in Washington state be aware of historylink.org http://www.HistoryLink.org Here's an article from their newsletter. Scan All About It!! The Washington State Library has begun digiti
8. Woody Guthrie songs [1]
Perhaps some of you who are in Snohomish County would be able to go to one of these performances. I knew that Woody Guthrie wrote "Roll On, Columbia, Roll On" - I think that every child in the Northwest is required to learn that song! But I didn't know about the rest. I wonder if there were historical references or names in the songs. Maybe someone's ancestors were immortalized by Woody Guthrie! This is from the ezine of the Sno-Isle Library Association: What's Happening @ Your Library In 194
9. Washington historical newspapers [1]
I would suggest that anyone with ancestry in Washington state be aware of historylink.org http://www.HistoryLink.org Here's an article from their newsletter. Scan All About It!! The Washington State Library has begun digitizing Washington historical newspapers beginning with the territorial period. The State Library has only microfilm of the vast majority of these newspapers, the quality of which varies dramatically. Its staff is looking for any collections of hard copy newspapers from 1852-1923 t

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