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Rationing and the Great War Dinner Table – Family Recipe Friday

Food rationing during wartime wasn’t unique to the 1940s.  Ensuring soldiers, refugees, and civilians all had access to basic nutritional goods during modern war periods has a foundation during the Great War, when allied nations such as Great Britain, Canada, France, and Italy, began rationing items such as meat, sugar, wheat, and fats on a… Continue reading Rationing and the Great War Dinner Table – Family Recipe Friday

Fountaindale Public Library District · Genealogy Club · Local History and Genealogy · Webinar

May Genealogy Club Webinar “Transcribing Records for FamilySearch” Online Now! – Those Places Thursday

Did you miss your local genealogical society meeting this month? Fountaindale Public Library’s Genealogy Club May lecture is live and available for free through June 10, 2018. The webinar and handout are available online at https://fountaindalegenealogy.org/webinars/. This month’s meeting “Transcribing Records for FamilySearch” is presented by Jeff Bockman. Tom highlights projects and transcription opportunities on… Continue reading May Genealogy Club Webinar “Transcribing Records for FamilySearch” Online Now! – Those Places Thursday