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The following is an announcement for a two-hour workshop is scheduled to take place in Port St. Lucie, Florida on Saturday, January 22, 2011.  Debbie Duay, renowned genealogist, author, and Florida resident will share her expertise with others at a two-hour workshop, open to the public, for an admission fee of $5.00. I wish I […]

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Kaolin is a soft white alumina-silicate mineral, which is a necessary ingredient in the making of fine china. It is also known as “China clay” because the Chinese were the first to refine the process. Kaolin gets its name from the Chinese word Kau-ling, which means high ridge. The Cherokee name for kaolin is unaker, […]

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