Monthly Archives: March 2013

Are you going to NERGC?

Are you going to the 2o13 New England Regional Genealogical Consortium Conference, usually referred to as NERGC? The conference is held every other year in New England and is a wonderful place to network with other genealogists and to learn … Continue reading

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What did our ancestors eat?

Recently I have come across many different resources for cookbooks form various time periods. I have also found some cookbooks on Amazon either free or very cheap. These are wonderful resources to learn more about an important part of daily … Continue reading

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Schedule Change

I will post to this blog the 2nd and 4th Monday of every month, rather than every Monday. However, I will post more frequently to my new Bridging The Past Facebook page. Posts will include websites, quick thoughts, and upcoming … Continue reading

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The Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans

I was in New Orleans for a business trip and took some time to visit the Pharmacy Museum. The museum is the first pharmacy whose owner passed the new licensing exams in the early 1800s. The best part about the … Continue reading

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