Genealogy and Giving Thanks: Who’s at Your Table? Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday and, if you have been following here, you know it is my favorite. To me it is one of the last [...]
Genealogy Games for Thanksgiving: Simple, fun for all ages, and family tree valuable! After my most recent post on genealogy and Thanksgiving a couple of people asked me to explain[...]
Slavic Genealogy: Anti-Slavic Perceptions — Not only in America When I think back to my early science classes and if I recall correctly it was Socrates who made the observati[...]
Slavic genealogy: Welcome (?) to America Slavic immigration to the United States did not all occur at the same time nor at a uniform pace. Given the expanse of nationalities making[...]
Czech Genealogy: A Brief Primer for Better Understanding Your Slavic Roots “My ancestors are Slavs.” While this is not a description you hear very often, if you have Bohemian (Czec[...]
In Genealogy Things Are Not Always the Way They Seem: Hints and Tips One of the aspects of genealogy I enjoy most is the thrill of the hunt! Reading, researching, and scouring each[...]
Free Genealogy Resources For You On the Website of Onward To Our Past® Several people have recently asked me what all the genealogy resources are available on our website, Onward T[...]
Bohemian (Czech) Genealogy: The Perun National Association Statistical Analysis (Mini-Census) of the Bohemian Community of Cleveland, Ohio in 1869 Did you know that in early 1869 a[...]
Genealogy: By Blood, By Law, By Family Tree WHAT FUELS YOUR PASSION FOR GENEALOGY? Everyone has their own reasons for working on their genealogy and family history. Some are driven[...]
Genealogy and History: The Panic of 1873 Understanding history is a very important aspect of being effective in our genealogy and family history work. While the usual birth, marria[...]