Category Archives: family interviews

Scrapbooking DOA: Anecdotal Tales

Anyone working on family histories or scrapbooks knows that “interviewing” people and getting stories about the past can really add personality and depth to the stories you’re trying to tell. If the person is speaking of their own past, you … Continue reading

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The DOA Scrapbook: Ask Yourself the Questions You Wish You Could Ask

I had a conversation with a colleague one day who is a really avid family history researcher about making sure we let our children know some of the things about us that we wish we knew about our parents or … Continue reading

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