A Family Reunion ~ A chance to share our history. A reason to celebrate our past. A time to welcome our future...as a family. ~ Sections of this quote would make lovely title phrases for your heritage pages.
Ancient Mesopotamia is considered the cradle of civilization because the Mesopotamians developed many things that we take for granted in our modern lives, such as agriculture, language, cities, religion, and government. Select one of the cultural themes below to learn more about different aspects of life in ancient Mesopotamia
Canada’s history might not be as long or as colourful as some other countries, but it does include some interesting tidbits of excitement and, as part of the New World, has had some unique adventures in exploration. This timeline tries … Continue reading →
This is cotton gin from the colonial history. In 1794, U.S.-born inventor Eli Whitney patented the cotton gin, a machine that revolutionized the production of cotton. Mostly by greatly speeding up the process of removing seeds from cotton fiber. For his work, he is credited as a pioneer of American manufacturing.