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I would like to echo Sharyl's words and say "Thank You" to all who have
contributed photos, letters home, memorabilia, memorials and other
tributes as a way to preserve the lives and memories of those men and
women who gave the ultimate sacrifice for our freedom and the freedom of
We Honor those men and women who served from Iowa and else where, and
the families who also gave the ultimate price for our freedoms... the
lives of their sons, daughters, husbands and fathers.
May they NEVER be forgotten!
Iowa in the Great War http://iagenweb.org/greatwar/
On 5/4/2010 7:31 PM, Constance Diamond wrote:
> For those with Norwegian research.
> *Genealogists Invited to Join Participate in Norwegian (or other)
> *July 14-17, 2010*
> *Darrell W. Krueger Library, Winona State Univeristy, Winona, MN*
> *At the 7 Lag Stevne*
> Genealogists will be present during the 7 Lag Stevne from three
> Norwegian /fylker/ (large counties or small states):
> *Buskerud* fylke---Numedalslågen Lag, Ringerike Drammens Districts
> Lag, and
> *Oppland* fylke --three 100^th anniversary lag from Hadeland, Land,
> and Toten
> *Telemark* fylke --Telelag
> *These groups have genealogists and genealogy committees that have
> worked with many of the same farms and church parishes in these areas
> over time*. Perhaps they could help you.
> *Each lag group brings many of its own special resources, such as
> /bygdebøker,/ maps, family histories *(and more) *to this event just
> once each summer.*
> The library has the Norwegian Pictorial Review (1959-1984).
> Library has books about Norwegians in America --and especially Minnesota.
> *The library has wireless capability if you bring your own laptop*
> *There are 7 lag classes on using the digital archives from Norway*
> *There will be an open computer lab two days*
> The library is equipped with microfilm/microfiche reader-printers
> Print size is 8.5 x 11 inches for four machines
> One prints up to 11 x 17 inches (good for newspaper pages).
> There is also a reader scanner, which saves images to a pdf or tif file.
> Because this serves as a regional library, there are several
> newspapers on microfilm or available digitally.
> */Winona Daily News/* on microfilm from 1947 to the present, but
> digitally through many name changes: Winona Argus, Winona Daily
> Republican, and Winona Republican-Herald from 1857. The digital
> version can be accessed free from anywhere in the world at
> */Chicago Tribune/*/ /is available digitally April 23, 1849-December
> 31, 1985 and on microfilm from 1853-1871.
> */Minneapolis Tribune/* is available digitally 1867-1922 and on
> microfilm from 1867-1900 and 1984-1992.
> *If you choose to come, you will need to register.* A registration
> form allows access to other classes and entertainment as well as
> See web site *www.7lagstevne.com* <http://www.7lagstevne.com/>_ _for
> more information
Do you have a genealogy 'green thumb' and have some spare time you just
don't know what to do with? I think I have just thing for you to use
that 'green thumb on! Remember how "April showers bring May flowers",
well do I have some beautiful 'cuttings' for you to try your 'green
thumb' on! IAGenWeb has six wonderful 'cuttings' that would be make a
wonderful computer 'garden planting' for you.
Our six special 'cuttings' (orphan county projects) are: Greene, Grundy,
Lucas, Mills, Monroe and Webster. With a little TLC they will become the
bright spot of your computer garden. For more information on adopting
one of our orphan counties go to: http://iagenweb.org/state/primer.htm.
It's easier than it looks!
Why not visit the orphans today http://iagenweb.org/state/map.php and
think about all of the possible things you could do to improve the
county and how you could help others, then pick your favorite! Send an
email request for information and an application form to
welcome_to_iagenweb(a)iagenweb.org . We know you'll be glad you did!
IAGenWeb Welcome Hostess
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I have a part of the obit of William Frank Austin which was printed in the 20 Oct 1938 edition of the Malvern Leader.
Unfortunately, I no longer know the origin of the obit & the portion that appeared on page 1 of the Leader is missing. I'd appreciate having the info that appeared on p. 1 or a photocopy thereof.
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