Charlestown RI Trip coming up~


Will be putting stuff together for my trip this weekend – busy busy busy – I’m heading to Charlestown RI to the Narragansett Tribe next week for genealogy research – I have meetings set up that will be crucial in my research – I hope to connect a few dots that need to be done before I can truly go forward with this work – I’m in the 1700’s right now on the Grand Sachems of the New England Native Americans – one way or another ties in my blood line – Once I am able to connect lines then will work my way forward and start connecting all the Chagum descendants finally – hard to do with out knowing who’s who~ I will be leaving on the 11th and returning on the 16th~ More photo’s and videos will be taken while on this trip – have several sightseeing sites to see while in these areas also~
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