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Orchids East and West: A Personal History Short Story
“Hamilton” the Musical makes History be Here and Now!
Who Lives? Who Dies? Who Tells Your Story?* “Hamilton,” a Personal History By Pam Pacelli Cooper President, Verissima Productions Click to listen to “Non-Stop” from Hamilton Click to listen to “Who Tells Your Story” from Hamilton
5 Great Reasons to Love the Family History Library in Salt Lake City
Several years ago, the Association of Personal Historians held their conference in Salt Lake City, Utah, the Mecca of family history. While I was there I had the opportunity to visit the Family History Library. As RootsTech 2015, a large annual genealogical conference, kicks off in Salt Lake today, I thought I’d share 5 reasons to visit (and love) this fabulous[Read More]
Mothers, Michigan, and Mysteries: A Personal, Personal History
“The shoemaker’s child goes barefoot” was what my grandmother used to say when talking about unhealthy doctors, bankrupt accountants, and hot dog consuming chefs. As a personal historian, it’s easy to forget to tend to the mysteries in your own history and pretty soon, you end up saying: “I wish I knew.” It was time to get this shoemaker’s child some[Read More]