Family Food Traditions

Family Food Traditions -- Boundless Genealogy

Food. We all need to partake of it to sustain life. But food is so much more than utilitarian sustenance. Families have gathered for millennia to eat together, to socialize, to celebrate. And as they gather, they pass along recipes and food traditions to the next generation. Food is part of our cultural identities and one of the ties that bind us together. So, whether we realize it or not, our family food traditions are part of our family history.

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Craft a Citation for Your Family History Photos

Craft a Citation for Your Family History Photographs -- Boundless Genealogy

How much do you know about the photographs in your family history collection? How much do you want future generations to know? You might be surprised to realize how much context you can discover for each photo in your stash. Follow the step-by-step template to craft a citation for the photos in your possession so that all the details will be preserved for the future generations of your family.

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Are You Prepared? +Help Others

Are You Prepared -- Boundless Genealogy

Take-Aways from Hurricane Harvey September is National Preparedness Month and October is National Family History Month. As a portion of the United States reels from the devastation of Hurricane Harvey, genealogists have much to consider this autumn. The theme of National Preparedness Month is “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.”…

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Pass it Down… Organized!

Pass it Down Organized - Boundless Genealogy

This post is part of the The Genealogy Blog Party: Remember the Descendants hosted by Elizabeth at My Descendants Ancestors Her question this month: HOW WILL YOU PRESERVE YOUR FAMILY HISTORY RESEARCH FOR YOUR DESCENDANTS? My answer is one word: ORGANIZED!!   Now, let me expand on my answer. As the one…

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