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The Wolterstorff Family Cookbook By Wolterstorff Family
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This is a cookbook compiled by the Iowa branch of the Wolterstorff family in hopes of preserving old family recipes as well as our new favorites. There are recipes 100s of years old as well as... More > recipes discovered a few months ago.< Less
The Knotts Family By Betty Knotts
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This book of family history begins with James Knott, transported to the Virginia colony in 1617, and covers nearly four centuries of his descendants in America. This second edition features a... More > completely new first chapter that sheds fresh light on the earliest members of the “Knott” family in the colonies. It also includes information on two more branches of the Knotts family: Nathaniel Knotts, b. 13 Sep 1805, Greensboro, PA, and Hester (Knotts) Murphy, b. 25 1809, Knottsville, WV. Approximately 90 pages have been added to the book since the 1999 edition. This book has 582 pages in 11 chapters and includes, maps, photographs, facsimiles of original documents, and an extensive appendix and index. The contents are identical to the hardcover edition published in 2007. The proceeds collected by the sale of this book will now go to further family research of the KNOTTS family tree.< Less
The Kallikak Family By Henry Herbert Goddard
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First published in 1912, this infamous study helped establish Henry Herbert Goddard as a leading figure in the eugenics movement, which sought to advance the human race through selective breeding. By... More > contrasting two branches of the pseudononymous “Kallikak Family,” Goddard argued for the existence of a hereditary trait, broadly-defined as “feeble-mindedness,” which contributes to crime, poverty, and other social problems. Informed by eugenics research, the United States forcibly sterilized over 65,000 individuals between 1907 and 1981, and passed the Immigration Act of 1924, which turned away members of “undesirable” racial groups. Goddard’s research has since been thoroughly debunked for its sloppy methodology, whereby upper-class fieldworkers were trained to assess feeble-mindedness at-a-glance, or by hearsay. The Kallikak Family is widely cited as one of the central texts of the eugenics movement, and as an exemplar of politically-motivated pseudoscience.< Less
The Kallikak Family By Henry Herbert Goddard
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First published in 1912, this infamous study helped establish Henry Herbert Goddard as a leading figure in the eugenics movement, which sought to advance the human race through selective breeding. By... More > contrasting two branches of the pseudononymous “Kallikak Family,” Goddard argued for the existence of a hereditary trait, broadly-defined as “feeble-mindedness,” which contributes to crime, poverty, and other social problems. Informed by eugenics research, the United States forcibly sterilized over 65,000 individuals between 1907 and 1981, and passed the Immigration Act of 1924, which turned away members of “undesirable” racial groups. Goddard’s research has since been thoroughly debunked for its sloppy methodology, whereby upper-class fieldworkers were trained to assess feeble-mindedness at-a-glance, or by hearsay. The Kallikak Family is widely cited as one of the central texts of the eugenics movement, and as an exemplar of politically-motivated pseudoscience.< Less
Notre famille en photos - La branche Abraham Blum 1866 - 1933 By Jean-Pierre Millot et al.
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Family photos album starting 19th century. Blum branch of the Cahen family.
The Migration Of The Braun Family To The Arrival Of The Brown Family By Paul Caverly
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The Migration of the Braun Family to the Arrival of the Brown family covers some of the family tree branch descendents of Bernhard Brown (1820-1897). The book also includes some records of the... More > ancestors of Bernhard Brown. The book is approx. 236 pages. Like all genealogy the history of the Braun/Brown family is a work in progress.< Less
The Migration Of The Braun Family To The Arrival Of The Brown Family By Paul Caverly
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The Migration of the Braun Family to the Arrival of the Brown family covers some of the family tree branch descendents of Bernhard Brown (1820-1897). The book also includes some records of the... More > ancestors of Bernhard Brown. The book is approx. 236 pages. Like all genealogy the history of the Braun/Brown family is a work in progress.< Less
Family Connections: Sheirer Ancestry By Nancy Banner Redding
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Family Connections: Sheirer Ancestry is an exploration of one branch of a family tree.
Our Family Favorites: A Cookbook By Katrina Walker
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A collection of recipes from traditional to ethnic and modern classics from all branches of our families.
Our Family Favorites By Katrina Walker & Tammy Walker
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A collection of recipes from traditional to ethnic and modern classics from all branches of our families.

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