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The Family History Of Christopher L. Clough, Christopher Clough 2022 Pittsburg State University

The Family History Of Christopher L. Clough, Christopher Clough

Your Family in History: HIST 550/700

This essay explores five generations of the family history of Christopher Clough (1987- ). The history recorded dates back to the late 19th century and traces the migration of ancestors from Canada, Great Britain, and the American South to metro Detroit to participate in the birth of the automotive industry. Much of the history takes place in Dearborn, Michigan. Other localities in Michigan explored include Inkster, Dearborn Heights, Nankin Township, Alpena, and Highland Park. Clough’s ancestors also came from surrounding communities in Ontario, Canada, Indiana, Illinois, and Wisconsin. The Ford Motor Company is heavily featured.


Le Forum, Vol. 44 #1, Lisa Desjardins Michaud, Rédactrice, Michael Guignard, Virginia L. Sand, Linda Gerard Der Simonian, Juliana L'Heureux, James Myall, Abby Paige, Marie S. Landry, Dick Bernard, Ron Héroux, Denis Carrier, David Le Gallant, Bob Chenard, Chip Bergeron 2022 The University of Maine

Le Forum, Vol. 44 #1, Lisa Desjardins Michaud, Rédactrice, Michael Guignard, Virginia L. Sand, Linda Gerard Der Simonian, Juliana L'Heureux, James Myall, Abby Paige, Marie S. Landry, Dick Bernard, Ron Héroux, Denis Carrier, David Le Gallant, Bob Chenard, Chip Bergeron

Le FORUM Journal

No abstract provided.


Oral History: A Tool For The Elementary And Middle Classroom, Jessica Keiser 2022 Liberty University

Oral History: A Tool For The Elementary And Middle Classroom, Jessica Keiser

Senior Honors Theses

Modern historical instruction requires educators to cover broad expanses of history and prepare students for standardized testing. In the push to meet state standards and cover the vast curriculum in short periods of time, many educators have begun to teach to the textbook. Much to the detriment of students, this educational practice has favored periodization and content quantity over the development of crucial historical skills. Rather than adhering to popular education trends, teachers can consider implementing oral history projects within their elementary and middle school classrooms. Oral history is a methodology that employs first-hand accounts to teach about key historical …


340 V.Doernberg Nr.H 67 - 209 Seiten.Pdf, Johannes Schwalm Historical Association 2022 Kutztown University

340 V.Doernberg Nr.H 67 - 209 Seiten.Pdf, Johannes Schwalm Historical Association

Hessiche Staatsarchiv Marburg Diary

No abstract provided.


Childhood Stories Of Dominic Garcia, Sierra Love Trabosci 2022 University of New Mexico

Childhood Stories Of Dominic Garcia, Sierra Love Trabosci

Making History Oral Histories

The tales and childhood stories of Dominic Garcia, a freshman at UNM in 2022.


The Cater-Davis Connection, Steve Malone, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2022 Western Kentucky University

The Cater-Davis Connection, Steve Malone, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Genealogical Records

No abstract provided.


Lee Allen, Son Of Gersham Allen, Steve Malone, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives 2022 Western Kentucky University

Lee Allen, Son Of Gersham Allen, Steve Malone, Manuscripts & Folklife Archives

Genealogical Records

An account of the fate of Leeander Allen, Baptist elder and country doctor, and the names of his many children, correcting numerous red herrings that have obscured some of this information from being known to other Allen researchers. Also, his ancestors and known siblings


The Family History Of Keegan R. Dawkins, Keegan Dawkins 2022 Pittsburg State University

The Family History Of Keegan R. Dawkins, Keegan Dawkins

Your Family in History: HIST 550/700

The Family History of

Keegan R. Dawkins

2 January 2022


Amjambo Africa! (January 2022), Kathereen Harrison 2022 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (January 2022), Kathereen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In this Issue

Editorial ....................................6

Translation

French/Portuguese ...............8

Swahili ...................................9

Somali ..................................10

Kinyarwanda........................10

Spanish ................................11

Liberation Farms ....................12

Equity in education ................13

Cross-racial conversation ......13

Special feature....................15-18

History of Medieval Africa Contributed by USM student authors

Finance Advice for the New Year .... 19

Poetry ......................................20

Contributed by South Portland student poets

Legislative Updates Permanent Commission ....21

Priority bills for the 130th

session .................................21

Mental health: home begins in the body ..................................24

Columns ..................................27

Maine Equal Justice

ILAP

IntWork

Let’s Talk

New Voices ........................28/29

Zabrina Richards

Nsiona Nguizani

Gashi

Bénédicte Wonganombe

Rupal Ramesh Shah

Coco McCracken

Mayor Deqa Dhalac of …


Genealogy Behind Bars: An Update, Kathrine C. Aydelott 2022 University of New Hampshire, Durham

Genealogy Behind Bars: An Update, Kathrine C. Aydelott

Faculty Publications

This brief essay is an update to “Genealogy Behind Bars: Professional Development Through Prisoner Requests: A Case Study,” in Genealogy and the Librarian: Perspectives on Research, Instruction, Outreach and Management, Carol Smallwood and Vera Gubnitskaia, eds. Jefferson, NC: McFarland, 2018, which see for context.


Darius Andrews Of Sumner, Maine: A Descent From Henry Andrews Of Taunton, Massachusetts, Kathrine C. Aydelott 2022 University of New Hampshire, Durham

Darius Andrews Of Sumner, Maine: A Descent From Henry Andrews Of Taunton, Massachusetts, Kathrine C. Aydelott

Faculty Publications

This genealogical article proposes a descent from Henry Andrews, one of the proprietors of Taunton, Bristol County, Massachusetts, through Ebenezer Andrews, Jr. to Darius Andrews of Sumner, Oxford County, Maine. It aims to resolve errors, identify gaps in the records, and re-establish identities lost to poor record keeping, misattribution, and confusion.


The Family History Of Cassandra M. Swisher, Cassandra Swisher 2022 Pittsburg State University

The Family History Of Cassandra M. Swisher, Cassandra Swisher

Your Family in History: HIST 550/700

The Family History of Cassandra M. Swisher

May 2022

Cassandra Michelle Swisher authored this family history as part of the course requirements for HIST 550/700 Your Family in History offered online in Spring 2022 and was submitted to the Pittsburg State University Digital Commons. Please contact the author directly with any questions or comments: cswisher@gus.pittstate.edu

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.


A Persecuted Minority To Wealthy Merchants And Planters: A Study Of A Huguenot Family And Shifts In Identity, Garrett Gay 2022 Georgia Southern University

A Persecuted Minority To Wealthy Merchants And Planters: A Study Of A Huguenot Family And Shifts In Identity, Garrett Gay

Honors College Theses

This project takes a look at an interwoven system of familial, religious, social, and economic ties known as the Protestant International. By analyzing genealogies, correspondence, business records, and transactions of the Mazyck Family from the early eighteenth century, it is seen that these international connections often led to the further material success of these families. This project also takes a look at how the Protestant International aided in shifting the vast majority of Huguenots’ identity from being religiously persecuted refugees to being wealthy merchants and planters who formed trade relations both domestically and internationally.


A Legacy Of Land: From Dynasty To Death: The Redistribution Of Land And Wealth Explored Through The Lens Of Genealogy, Heather R. Amaral, Sherrie Cork 2021 University of South Carolina

A Legacy Of Land: From Dynasty To Death: The Redistribution Of Land And Wealth Explored Through The Lens Of Genealogy, Heather R. Amaral, Sherrie Cork

Faculty & Staff Publications

No abstract provided.


Women In Kingly Genealogies: The Queens, Widows, And Prostitutes That Changed The Story, Lydia Dowdell 2021 Liberty University

Women In Kingly Genealogies: The Queens, Widows, And Prostitutes That Changed The Story, Lydia Dowdell

Senior Honors Theses

While there are creative pieces theorizing about Tamar and her inclusion in both David and Jesus’ genealogies, there is a lack of research comparing King David’s genealogy in I Chronicles 2 with the kingly genealogies of the same time. Comparing the two shows that genealogies in the surrounding nations—Assyria, Babylonia, etc.—are lacking women. In contrast, the Old Testament is filled with kingly genealogical records that list and name women.

This thesis will touch on the differences and similarities between the kingly records/genealogies, theorize and explore the levirate marriage custom and matrilinear descent, and attempt to provide a better understanding of …


Amjambo Africa! (December 2021), Kathreen Harrison 2021 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (December 2021), Kathreen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In this Issue

Film: .......................................2/3

Le Intersection/Le Carrefour Zamzam Elmoge Black Owned Maine/Amjambo Holiday Gift Guide. ...........4/5

Editorial......................................6

Healthcare in Chad ...................8

French • Kinyarwanda Portuguese • Somali • Spanish Swahili

Poetry: My version of the American dream ......................13

Hermenegildo Paulo and Mathilde Micomyiza...............14

Diversity Calendar project.....16

Finance/All about cars............18

Columns. ............................18/19

Preble Street • MIRC • ILAP Maine Equal Justice • IntWork

5 New Mainers celebrate holidays...............................20-29

French • Kinyarwanda Portuguese • Somali • Spanish Swahili

Community Health Workers/CHOWs....................28

New Voices...............................29

Rupal Ramesh Shah • Roseline Souebele

Humanitarian crisis in Maine.31


Amjambo Africa! (November 2021), Kathreen Harrison 2021 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (November 2021), Kathreen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In this Issue

Afghanistan................................2

Anti-racism. ...............................3

Wabanaki Alliance. ...................5

Allan Monga. .............................6

Translations .......9-13, 30/31, 33

French • Kinyarwanda

Portuguese • Somali

Spanish • Swahili

Africa/COVID.........................13

Banyamulenge....................13/14

Burundi/UN. ...........................14

Tigray........................................14

Rebels........................................14

Market Basket..........................15

Azerbaijani women.................18

Health & Wellness. ............20-29

Diabetes | COVID In English & translation

Columns .......................19, 32/33

Maine Equal Justice

ILAP – IntWork

Let’s Talk • Beautiful Blackbird

New Voices ..................34/35/37

Dr. Abdullahi Ahmed

Rupal Ramesh Shah

Nsiona Nguizani

Coco McCracken

Gashi

Kifah Abdulla

Financial Literacy. ...................36

Tips & Info ...39


Amjambo Africa! (October 2021), Kathreen Harrison 2021 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (October 2021), Kathreen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In this Issue

Afghanistan................................2

Refugees......................................3

Freedom & Captivity...........3/39

Election special. .....................4-7

Editorial/Xenophobia ...............8

Translations...............9-13/30-31

News from Burundi ................14

Fishermen feeding Mainers...15

Beautiful Blackbird Festival ...17

Hope Acts.................................17

Education............................18/19

Dr. Abdullahi Ahmed

Valerie Laure Bilogue

Bez Mendelsohn

Health&Wellness ...............20-28

Substance abuse & addiction Covid and Delta In English & translation

New Voices columns ...16/34/35

Rupal Ramesh Shah (16),

Roseline Souebele

Nsiona Nguizani

Coco McCracken

Shay Stewart-Bouley

Zabrina Richards

Columns ............................29/32

Maine Equal Justice ILAP• MIRC

Business Insurance

Financial literacy... ............33

ProsperityME ....................36/37


Amjambo Africa! (September 2021), Kathreen Harrison 2021 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (September 2021), Kathreen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In this Issue

Afghanistan..........................2/39

Burundi/Cameroon.....3/34 - 35

Education . ...........................4 - 9

Publshers Editorial Afghanistan.........................10

Translations........................11-13

World Market Basket........14/15

African Weddings...................16

Beautiful Blackbird Children’s Festival.................................17

Columns...18/19/31

New!

Health&Wellness...............22-30 Covid-19 and Delta variant In English & translation

New!

New Voices.........................32/33

Columnists

Kifah Abdullah,

Rupal Ramesh Shah,

Roseline Souebele

Nsiona Nguizani

Gashi

In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month!......................39

Maine organizations serving Spanish speakers...

Spanish coming in October!


Amjambo Africa! (August 2021), Kathreen Harrison 2021 University of Southern Maine

Amjambo Africa! (August 2021), Kathreen Harrison

Amjambo Africa!

In this Issue

Murder in Chad.....................2

Healthcare ..............................2

Attacks in Burundi................3

“I Wish My Teacher Knew...” 4

Weddings & Community ....6

Remote Theater Project......12

World Market Basket..........14

Housing in Lewiston .....16/17

Call me Coach Steph! .........18

Tips & Info. ..........................20

Zamzam Elmoge .................22

Dental care. ..........................31

Columns

Rupal Ramesh Shah. ...........13

Kirsten Cappy. .....................19

Financial literacy. ................21

Roseline Souebele................24

Nsiona Nguizani..................24

Theo (our newest columnist!).

24 MIRC ....................................25

ILAP......................................25

Northern Light. ...................26

Insurance..............................26

Maine Equal Justice ............29

Translations

French .....................................8

Swahili ....................................9

Somali. ..................................10

Kinyarwanda........................22

Portuguese............................23

Spanish coming soon!


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