A beautiful mural graces the façade of a downtown Fort Worth, Texas building built in 1908, in popular Sundance Square. Richard Haas painted the commemorative work in 1988 in honor of the historic Chisholm Trail. My great-great grandfather, Thornton Chisholm, led the first herd of Texas Longhorn cattle overland to northern railroad connections in St.
Genetic research has jettisoned genealogical research into the 21st century with a flourish. The two studies go hand in hand now, almost inseparable! As in the old song, “Love and Marriage”: You can’t have one without the other. Yes, love and marriage are integral aspects of our genealogical research, along with the resultant birth, death,
Native-American Research Your Native-American ancestors will usually be found in the standard genealogical sources of the general population kept at the federal, state and local level. These include censuses, vital records, land and court records, etc. However, persons of native ancestry will usually not be identified as Native-American in most of those records, which poses