|Engraving. Print made by James Collins.|
1685-1688 via the British Museum
This means that I can now catch up on the other things that I have neglected that last 15 weeks. You know, like this blog!
There will be a more complete discussion of my personal experiences with the program in the New Year. Right now I am just enjoying a day or two without looming school deadlines, a pile of reading, or a paper due. Not that I don't currently have looming deadlines for other stuff, but you know what I mean.
Thanks for those faithful few who have kept reading while I was partially here. You all are awesome and your encouragement (both publicly and privately) was amazing. It was hard not writing here about my family, research, cool tid-bits, and etc. but it will soon be back to normal around here. Promise!
On that note, here is a sneak peek at some the posts I am working on. These will be coming out over the next few months so keep your eyes open for them.
- Continuation (Catch-up) on "Book of Me" posts
- Jahnke / Heinritz family solved
- Drake family discord: VA Chancery records dispute
- NARA files on family War Crimes Tribunal testimony
- The Central Rappahanock Heritage Center: a must see repository
- The Historic Fredericksburg Foundation: Ledgers to the past