Found some amazing articles today and HAD to share them! 1st one is 1st hand account of speaking with the Lighthouse descendants, 2nd one is how they were politically involved and the importance of their votes!
Tag: Historical sites
I am excited to welcome Ken Feder as one of our new Authors!
Please help me welcome Ken Feder (Kenneth L. “Kenny” Feder), a professor of archaeology at Central Connecticut State University and author of several books on archaeology and criticism of pseudoarchaeology such as Frauds, Myths, and Mysteries: Science and Pseudoscience in Archaeology. His book Encyclopedia of Dubious Archaeology: From Atlantis to the Walam Olum was published in 2010. His book Ancient America: Fifty Archaeological Sites to See for Yourself was published in 2017. He is the founder and director of the Farmington River Archaeological Project and is the main Archaeologist of our Barkhamsted Lighthouse site!
I am so excited to have him on board and can’t wait to see what he publishes for us!
I will be becoming more active on this blog myself and have tons of exciting things coming souon!
WELCOME KINNEY!!! 😁
ARE YOU a Barkhamsted Lighthouse Descendant?
I have a big surprise for everyone…
Click one of these links below to see if you are in my research and a descendant?
I got curious about the extent of my research as a whole and decided to create a book with all the direct descendants of James & Molly Chagum of the Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village. Every living & deceased person in this bloodline.
It is HUGE! Honestly didn’t believe my software could handle it, BUT it did! 😌
Ended up with 2354 families and a 3,321-page research book! All generations/descendant’s I have added/found on offsprings of Chief James & Molly Chagum of Barkhamsted Lighthouse Village.
I am sharing 2 parts (Index of Names and Index of Places) of this research book for everyone – It is free to view and you will be able to see if you are actually a descendant, this also includes all that was married into the lines and the whole of my work~
Page numbers = pages you are in for my research book on this line. (3,321 pages total) KEEP in mind some of you come into these lines twice… So mentioned in both areas in book on different ancestors. Red & pink dot’s show a true descendant.
Search here to find your name – females are listed as maiden names.
Index of Individuals in the whole file of descendants