The Home History Book

Built to last generations, a Home History Book™ archival journal is a sturdy, heirloom-quality book that is meant to stay with the home so that its owners -- both present and future -- will know and be able to share its story. Photos, documents, repairs, renovations, stories and guests -- all have a place within its pages. A wonderful way to chronicle your own home history or a perfect closing gift, home-staging tool or housewarming present for every homeowner.

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  • Houstory Need an idea for how to turn that winter frown upside down? A family history project!Got a little case of cabin fever? Don't you know that all work and no documentation of family heirlooms makes Jack a dull boy.Houstory Herd: Cabin Fever Edition - The Houstory® Hearth
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  • Sharon Varnum Sergeant Countdown this week! The New England Regional Genealogical Conference Early Bird Registration Expires Saturday 28 February 2015. NERGC 2015 Navigating the Past: Sailing into the Future Nearly 1,000 genealogists from around New England and beyond are making plans to attend the largest biennial genealogical conference in the northeast. Save $30 with early bird registration. Join the New England Genealogical Consortium, Inc in their 13th biennial conference which is being held April 15-18, 2015 at the Rhode Island Convention Center, Providence, Rhode Island. But please hurry! Regular registration is $150 but you can take advantage of the early bird price of $120 which expires Saturday, February 28, 2015. Register, select your agenda, plan for lunch and dinner on-line at NERGC. With over 95 lectures to choose from in two and-a-half days, and with levels ranging from beginner to expert, NERGC 2015 will help attendees "navigate": * New research pathways, methodologies, and strategies, including technology and online resources; * Ethnic genealogy of all types * Maritime and military topics including privateers, pirates, and other sea-faring folk; * New approaches for navigating and utilizing record sources (such as religious, civil, cemetery, military, and newspapers); * New uses of sources (such as religious, civil, cemetery, military, and newspapers); * Photography and family heirlooms; * New England's repositories (archives, libraries, historical societies); * Successful research planning and project implementation; and * Ways to engage youth in genealogy. www.nergc.org
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