Comprised of an eclectic mix of
subjects, this site offers the inquiring mind food for thought, resources for seeking kith and kin,
and links to a select few valuable resources on other websites. Our main offerings include:
19th Century Artists - Just begun, we have a few biographies
listed, and some great eBooks on Little Known Artists.
Historic Photographers - Emphasizing 19th century studio photographers,
this site has an extensive database of historic photographers, and also public domain images. For dating and identifying early photographs, particularly card-mounted
images, such as carte-de-visite (CDV) and Cabinet Card photos, take a look at How to Date Old Photographs, and see pages on this site at Photohistory.
Farmington Area - an experiment in community genealogy for the cities of Farmington and Farmington Hills, Michigan. Also local history, general directory information, and a business directory.
History of the 50 States -- which might better be called 'History and Genealogy of the 50 United States of America' -- but we thought that title a bit unwieldy. The site has lots of local history information, biographies and original record transcripts and indexes.
Larimer County - Visit our Larimer County Portal site,
where you can learn about Rocky Mountain National Park, Fort Collins, Loveland, Estes Park and more ...
Science - A variety of observations, articles, and publications
from various fields of science.
History - A selection of articles about past cultures, historical
events and personalities, and archaeological remains.
Mexico - Mexican history links, photos of the Lake Chapala and
Guadalajara areas, and odds 'n ends of interest to the traveler or foreign-residents of the area.
More Genealogy - Rec2Gen, a growing collection of postcards, identified photographs and other memorabilia for the family historian, plus a special Kentucky Genealogy Index section with hundreds of thousands of records on Kentuckians.
- DIGdat - Digital Irish Genealogy Data, our largest project; bringing
a wealth of Irish genealogical resources to those looking to trace their ancestry from the Emerald Isle.
There are over 1300 pages on this site, and three of the links above lead to other
sites with even more information -- be sure to bookmark this page so you can
return and see more!