Mystery

Sandy on March 29th, 2012

Having viewed this outstanding New York Public Library video on Eastman’s Online Genealogy Newsletter via a tip from a  newsletter reader Amy Gonigam, I just had to pass it along. I continue to support the opinion, if you discover your own family history it helps one to understand and appreciate those who came before. Solving the […]

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The Anazazi  were pueblo people who lived in the Four Corners area of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah. “Anasazi (ah-nuh-SAH-zee) is a Navaho (more correctly, “Diné” or “Dineh”) word which, depending on pronunciation, means either “enemy ancestors” or “ancient people who are not us.” Many modern Puebloan descendants of the Anasazi object to the […]

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