Below are some links for family history resources and questions – start planning a project for family visits this holiday season. They don’t have to be long, they don’t have to be formal. But try one and figure out how it might work best for your family or community.
Library of Congress “Cesky Sternberk Castle CZ family tree” by takato marui on Wiki Commons
For inspiration : Storycorps
Click here for info on interviewing, equipment, and other tech help:
And don’t forget Everett Public Library oral history collection
For more family tree wall art, see http://www.pinterest.com/pgabri/family-tree-wall-art/
For more help, contact us.
On Saturday and Sunday my husband and I watched from the Port of Mabana on Saratoga Passage looking west as the canoes paddled their way north towards LaConner. It was inspiring to watch these amazing vessels and imagine the experience. They navigated their way against significant headwinds most of the day.
This traditional Coast Salish gathering has been more impressive each year with participation from as far away as Alaska. The ones here are heading north and probably intending to arrive at Cama Beach State Park which is one of the camping sites for the journey.
For the Map route click here.
For more info click here.
One of the Canoes from a distance
Indian Canoe on the Paddle to Swinomish 2011
Canoes with Coast Guard ship nearby
Our Women’s Legacy Project now has a new home –
We have 67 stories and are hoping for 100 – if you would like to contribute, please contact info at snocoheritage.org – our editorial committee will consider all new biographical stories about women in Snohomish County history. We especially welcome histories of women’s organizations!
League of Snohomish County Heritage Organizations