Preserving History

Have you kept anything for future generations to remember about what we are experiencing during COVID-19? I know I am, to help my young children remember. Did you clip September 11th articles? My grandfather kept stacks of whole newspapers from when JFK was assassinated and had keep them until he passed away. Did your parents tell you about the lunar landing? Have you found letters your grandparent’s wrote about prohibition? What about the Spanish Influenza?

History may be boring for some, but it is happening now, we are living it. Genealogists seek to accurately preserve history in context for future generations.

If I can help you to preserve your history, or if you have any questions about how this can be accomplished, please do not hesitate to reach me.

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