I bet none of us thought at the beginning of the year that we would be experiencing a pandemic first-hand. While the mortality rate for COVID-19 is far lower than that for the 1918 flu pandemic, the COVID pandemic has caused significant stress and heartache.
I am sorry that this blog took a bit of a hiatus, but I am now back on track.
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Welcome to Bridging the Past. We help genealogists connect to their colonial New England ancestors by sharing with them information about the lives of their ancestors. What did they eat? What did they wear? What was a typical day like? Did my ancestor fight in a war? What was life like for that ancestor, and for the loved ones he left at home? Why did they move? Was it part of a larger movement? By answering these questions, and many more, you can bring your ancestors to life and feel closer to them.
We design lectures to answer these questions and give genealogists the tools and resources to personally connect with their ancestors by fleshing out the lives of their ancestors so they are more than names, dates and places on a piece of paper.
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