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Hi Fellow Rooters,
I am looking for any information on the following famuly. I have a
Shaner family fron Shaner, Pa who had a son George that fits the age
bracket of the George below.
Henry County, Iowa 1850 Federal Census
12 69 69 Shaner George 43 M Tailor
13 69 69 Shaner Juliann 38
14 69 69 Shaner Samuel 17 M
15 69 69 Shaner Eliza 16
16 69 69 Shaner Mary Jane 14
17 69 69 Shaner George 12
18 69 69 Shaner Isaac 10
19 69 69 Shaner William 7
I have come into possession of a very old photo album which was in my
grandmother's house. Unfortunately, not more than two of the over 50
photos have any identification on them other than the name of the
photographer and the city (and some not even that) --no names, no dates.
I have been able to identify a couple of these thanks to my Mom's input,
but most of them are clearly relatives from the 1800's and early 1900's
with absolutely NO CLUE as to who they are.
The studios in which these photos were taken are as follows:
Topeka, Kansas: J. (T?) H. Leouard, Photographer
Burr Oak, Kansas: M.P. Creese, Photographer
Mankato, Kansas: Reese Crayon and Ink Portraits
Woodbine, Iowa: Mrs. D. D. Lyon
Council Bluffs, Iowa: Excelsior Studio, Barke
Mt. Pleasant, Iowa: McAdam Bros., Mammoth Photographic Studio
Fairfield, Iowa: Al Hilbert's East Side Gallery "Over Freemans &
Townleys Jewelry Store."
Galesburg, Illinois: Barker (also Barker & Bulkley, 27 Main Street and
also 2 & 4 Main Street)
Galesburg, Illinois: C. A. Winsor, Portrait Photographer, 12 & 14 Main
Galesburg, Illinois: T. Harrison, Photographer, 27 Main Street
Kewanee, Illinois: Andrew Johnson, Photographer
Ottawa, Illinois: W. E. Bowman, Photographer
Chicago, Illinois: E. L. Brand & Co., Photographers, 596 Wabash Ave.
"Established in 1857."
Terre Haute, Indiana: C. Eppert
Terre Haute, Indiana: Adams
The book itself is marked "Smith's Studio of Photography, 206 N. Clark
Street, Chicago" -- It shows an award from the Paris Exposition of 1878.
I realize I have very little hope of every discovering who the people in
the photos are (I know they are my relatives, but which ones???).
Still, I'm hoping SOMEONE out there might have some information on these
old photo studios, and might know whether by some miracle any of them
are still around.
Thanks to all,
Sheila in TN
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Team, thanks to the efforts of our creative writer extraordinaire! Karen
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The International Internet Genealogical Society has just put it's
September E-Zine issue on-line! This month the focus of the IIGS E-Zine
is on Education. You will find the following articles with internet
links and book recommendations with almost every article. Make sure you
drop on in and glean a few treasures from here for your own research.
Education: Its History and Its Resources
IIGS Newsletter Logo Contest
Put your artistic skills to work and create a logo for the
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select the winning logo by casting a vote for your favorite entry.
The Evolution of Education in Australia
by Marion McCreadie
Schools in Australia evolved over a period of time to reflect
the needs of society. Understanding the process can help researchers
know what records might be available to help them discover that missing
Revolution: Out of the Kitchen and Into the Classroom
by Penny Bonnar
Colonial women in America helped in the fight for
independence. After the Revolution, they believed they were entitled to
full rights as citizens, including the right to an education.
At the Teachers Institute
This article is one of a collection of Boonastiel stories
written by H. A. Harter in the original Penna-Dutch dialect. First
published in the Keystone Gazette, Bellefonte, PA, between 1894 and
1904, they were translated and transcribed by Bob James of Alaska.
University Collections: A Rich Resource for Researchers
by Penny Bonnar
Universities are putting indexes of their collections online
and, in many cases, including descriptions of document content. Some
universities are actively engaged in e-text programs as well.
Genealogists can find hidden treasures within these collections if they
know where to look.
IIGS Team Report - Project Registry Team Defines Its Mission
by John Porter, Projects Team Leader
John Porter describes the kind of assistance the Project
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New Chat Channel Debuts
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FREE ONLINE GENEALOGY NEWSLETTER!
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The SIGNAL, Newsletter of USIGS:
The United States Internet Genealogical Society
September 1, 1998 issue co-edited by Wally Garchow and John Gideon
The current Issue includes:
Premier of the USIGS Military Collection
The Dark Side of Electronic Genealogical "Research"
SIGGY Criteria: Citations
Meet Nancy Trice, 3-year Board member
Genealogical Successes: Getting to the Source
Why Census Records Are Valuable
Current Events: Report on NARA Meeting
USIGS Nominating Committee
The Lighter Side of Genealogy
Memorial Tributes & Help Wanted
Check out the new Help Wanted page that can be found on the USIGS Web
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person to contact for not only USIGS but also assistance that is needed
several of the Projects that can be found on the USIGS Project Registry
page: http://www.usigs.org/registry/usigpr.htm and elsewhere.
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All about the IIGS - INTERNATIONAL INTERNET GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY
Membership is open to all who are interested in genealogy worldwide. We
hope to link
together genealogists and genealogy resources all over the world through
organization. Details about the organization and its mission may be
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page at IIGS http://www.iigs.org/
Pam Middleton-Lee in "Sunny" Palm Springs, Ca
IIGS-International Internet Genealogical Society
Co-Team leader IIGS Public Relations
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