I’m a bit late posting this, but the first issue of 2023 is out and begins the year with an extended (two-part) series on the “Roaring Twenties”. I originally planned to focus solely on the years 1920-1929, but after discovering how volatile the period of time between the end of World War I and the beginning of a new decade were, I decided to start out with an extensive look at 1919. I hope you find it as informative and interesting as I did.
Again, in honor of the magazine’s fifth anniversary I have spliced in some articles from the archives.
● Before the “Roar”
* The Great Molasses Flood of 1919
* Hell for Rent: A Nation Goes Dry
* The Great Red Scare
* Red Summer
● The Decade That Changed America: Part One – A Return to Normalcy?
● Family History Toolbox
● May I Recommend
● The Dash: Carbon Petroleum Dubbs (1881-1962)
Enjoy the issue! I am looking forward to the next issue – Part Two of “The Roaring Twenties” series featuring articles like: Fads, Flappers and Feminism; Bootleggers, Cow Shoes and Tommy Guns; Mining Genealogical Gold: Finding Records of the “Roaring Twenties” (and the stories behind them) and more!
This issue is for sale here by single issue, or by signing up for a magazine subscription here. New subscribers automatically get entered into an ongoing Special Promotion (a custom-designed family history chart, worth up to $350!). Details here. And, all subscribers get an extra 5% off all services (including charts) this year (2023)!