Words of Wisdom From Mark Twain, Part 4

You meet people who forget you. You forget people you meet. But sometimes you meet those people you can’t forget. Those are your friends. The truth hurts, but silence kills. […]

For those who don’t belong to MGS and are not able to see their last newsletter with info about the 1950 census; go online and look at the forms and […]

Turner Library Historical Collections

I believe I’ve written about this before but, as a reminder for those who love history and/or have ancestors from Aroostook County, the Madawaska Region, and Northern Maine. Go to […]

I just finished reading ‘Domesday A Search for the Roots of England’ by Michael Wood. I hope you can find a copy, as it was published in 1986. It’s a […]

Our Growing Library

The shelves in the library are rapidly filling up, we have been doing more organizing and placing some more of the previously donated books out as they have been labeled […]

Old Photos, Share and Tell

It is getting warmer. The dirty snow is slowly disappearing. It is almost time for all genealogists to descend on their local cemeteries. In other words, action is now required […]