Month: August 2011

Lighthouse Trail Opening Ceremony – Sept 10, 2011


Email from Paul Hart w/Barkhamsted Historical Society to Me: 8/18/2011 – Hi Coni- I’m pretty sure you have heard about the Lighthouse Trail opening ceremony scheduled for Saturday, September 10. But I wanted to make sure you had a more formal invitation and all… Continue Reading “Lighthouse Trail Opening Ceremony – Sept 10, 2011”

My Book Shelf for this recent research


Books I have: 1. 500 Nations An illustrated history of North American Indians by Alvin M. Josephy Jr. 2. American Encounters edited by Perter C. Mancall & James H. Merrell (Natives and Newcomers from European Contact to Indian Removal 1500-1850) 3. Northeastern Indian Lives… Continue Reading “My Book Shelf for this recent research”

Update on my Research


OK Everyone – Need some help……. I’m gonna have to be tackling Charlestown Rhode Island Records to get as much info as I can on the Chagums and their lives with the Narragansett – I have tons and tons of books coming in –… Continue Reading “Update on my Research”

Former resident searches for her roots at father’s request


Former resident searches for her roots at father’s request http://thepilotnews.com/content/former-resident-searches-her-roots-fathers-request August 8, 2011 By:Lydia Beers, Staff Writer –lbeers@thepilotnews.com Coni Dubois poses with two archaeologists who have assisted her in her genealogy search, Kevin McBride and Ken Feder. PLYMOUTH — What began with a simple… Continue Reading “Former resident searches for her roots at father’s request”

A lot of has been going on with my research~


Hi Everyone!! I just wanted to update everyone on my research, I had another interview with my hometown newspaper in Plymouth Indiana and will be in the Pilot News the local paper there sometime soon. I was very excited to know that my story… Continue Reading “A lot of has been going on with my research~”

DEAR ANCESTOR


DEAR ANCESTORYour tombstone stands among the rest; Neglected and alone. The name and date are chiseled out On polished, marbled stone. It reaches out to all who care It is too late to mourn. You did not know that I exist You died and… Continue Reading “DEAR ANCESTOR”

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