genealogy

Love Notes

An unexpected phone call ... Full story

Politically Incorrect

An apology to my mother ... Full story

Politically Incorrect

Of course I'm a liberal. After all, I grew up in a liberal family, going back to the late 1500s and my 14th great-grandfather, John Haynes. ... Full story

America's Number One Hobby - Genealogy

Grandma probably wasn't an Indian princess, but there's still exciting things to learn ... Full story

Politically Incorrect

If communities are like families, we need to bridge the gap with our in-laws ... Full story

Politically Incorrect

The gift of heritage ... Full story

1930 Census Released

In the biggest news for genealogists since the opening of the Ellis Island website last fall, the U.S. Census Bureau released the 1930 census last week ... Full story

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Jessica Whalen

Jessica Whalen

grew up in Sandpoint, Idaho, and has lived in Montana for five years, where she is completing her degrees in print journalism and business marketing. She loves writing stories that reflect the unique spirit of the Northwest, and someday hopes to write permanently for a local journal or magazine.