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Digging History June 2018 <p><strong>Enjoy the June 2018 edition:</strong></p><ul><li>On a Whim and a Bet:  America\'s First Coast-to-Coast Automobile Trip</li><li>Rolling Along in an Automobile:  America\'s Love Affair with the Family Road Trip</li><li>The Great Race of 1908:  New York to Paris (via Alaska and Siberia)</li><li>Victorian Pastimes:  Girdling the Globe</li><li>Victorian Fashion:  Bicycles, Bloomers and Suffrage</li><li>Appalachian Histories &amp; Mysteries:  Edith Bolling Wilson - Virginia\'s Ninth President</li><li>Genealogical Head-Scratcher:  Stumbling Across Hidden Cousins</li><li>Are Emerging Technology and Shifting Societal Norms Changing the Rules of Genealogical Research?</li><li>Ghost Towns of the Mother Road</li><li>Nineteenth Century Rainmaking: Part I</li><li>The Dash:  Henry P. Ewing, Blind Miner</li><li><a href=\"https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EwVQtJf9MKI&amp;t=45s\" target=\"_blank\" rel=\"noopener\">Preview this issue here</a></li></ul><p> </p> 5 stars, based on 2 reviews 0 5
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Enjoy the June 2018 edition:

  • On a Whim and a Bet:  America's First Coast-to-Coast Automobile Trip
  • Rolling Along in an Automobile:  America's Love Affair with the Family Road Trip
  • The Great Race of 1908:  New York to Paris (via Alaska and Siberia)
  • Victorian Pastimes:  Girdling the Globe
  • Victorian Fashion:  Bicycles, Bloomers and Suffrage
  • Appalachian Histories & Mysteries:  Edith Bolling Wilson - Virginia's Ninth President
  • Genealogical Head-Scratcher:  Stumbling Across Hidden Cousins
  • Are Emerging Technology and Shifting Societal Norms Changing the Rules of Genealogical Research?
  • Ghost Towns of the Mother Road
  • Nineteenth Century Rainmaking: Part I
  • The Dash:  Henry P. Ewing, Blind Miner
  • Preview this issue here

 

Keywords:  Bagdad California, bicycles bloomers and suffrage, cutting edge dna technology, Don’t Make Me Pull Over, Edith Bolling Wilson, ghost towns of the mother road, Glenrio Texas and New Mexico, globe-girdling, Henry P. Ewing the blind miner, history of family road trips, Horatio Nelson Jackson, Nineteenth century rainmaking, rain bombs, Richard Ratay, Route 66, The Great Race of 1908, Valentine Arizona, vanishing newspapers, weather concussionists

2 Reviews for June 2018

    June 2018
    Great issue! Good writing, too. (I just finished my 18th year as an adjunct English teacher at Tarrant County College SE.)
    Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Mary Pritchard - Tuesday, June 5, 2018
    Great issue! Good writing, too. (I just finished my 18th year as an adjunct English teacher at Tarrant County College SE.)
  • June 2018
    I loved this issue, especially the “Genealogical Head Scratcher.” I also found this issue to be well written and documented.
    Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Mary Pritchard - Tuesday, June 5, 2018
    I loved this issue, especially the “Genealogical Head Scratcher.” I also found this issue to be well written and documented.
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