There are traces of the CCC left all over the Northwoods!
A few months ago I blogged about my plan to write a family history book. I've jumped in and started this fun project! I decided to go with Shutterfly to make this book, only because Molly and I have used that site before for photo albums. I've done some research on what others have done… Continue reading Writing My Family History
You never know what fun facts you will learn about your family history. It turns out that I have a few family members who fought for the Unites States in World War I. There is also a good chance I had family on the other side. If you couldn't tell by some of my recent… Continue reading My Family in the Great War
How on earth did the colonies pull this one off? The biggest surprise to me was how the great General George Washington was not the outstanding commander we all learned about in school. Nonetheless, I am sure glad we pulled it off!
The Winnebago County Gold Stars page is now complete. Please click here to visit.
If you have read some of my other blog posts, you can tell by now that I have a passion for the Winnebago County Courthouse. I work for the county maintenance department and it's one of the buildings that I regularly work in. My supervisor, a super-awesome guy that cares about historical preservation as much… Continue reading Courthouse Photo Album
http://www.slate.com/content/dam/slate/blogs/the_vault/2014/06/17/newmap.gif http://invasionofamerica.ehistory.org/ I'm working on reading Stephen E. Ambrose's book Undaunted Courage: Meriwether Lewis, Thomas Jefferson, and the Opening of the American West. It has been an interesting read so far, and I can't wait to learn about the journey. Sadly, I found this interactive map that shows Native American cessions to the U.S. Government over time… Continue reading Lewis & Clark’s Consequential Adventure