Lately, I’ve been writing a few articles to go along with the weekly suggested themes of the 52 Ancestors Challenge. It’s what got me started with this blog in January 2014* during Amy Johnson Crow’s first year of the challenge.
I couldn’t think of what to write on this week’s theme of adventure. All that came to mind were danger and travels. It seemed like there should be more to it than that. So, being the good daughter of a former Latin and English teacher who taught me much about English (with a tad of Latin thown in for good measure and which I don’t remember), I looked up the word. Continue reading →
This is one of a group of articles tagged “The Massa Theory”. It analyzes two statements from “The End of the Trail: The Saga of the ‘Coon’ Indian Heritage,” by Bill and Jane Wilson, and Mary M. Van Duyn Overton, 3 February 1997.
You will find some articles on the blog Coon Genealogy, with some duplication on this blog.
In this article, I will be analyzing two statements that are presented as fact Continue reading →
The Massa Theory – Does Our Family Descend from Tecumseh, and If So, How?
Genealogy began as my serious hobby when I was 18 and it seemed to take over my life. You know, like when I was supposed to be doing homework… entire weekends at the library… sneaking in some genealogy at the office during lunch break… Genealogy became my passion. Continue reading →