Constitution Day is one of the most significant holidays in the United States of America, and yet it goes uncelebrated by many Americans each year.
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The year 2021 marks 20 years since the September 11 terrorist attacks in the United States of America that shook the world. These attacks, which
FamilySearch expanded its free online archives in August of 2021 with over 44 million new indexed family history records from all over the world. New
Have you ever wanted to learn more about Jewish holidays? Maybe you have a friend or colleague who is Jewish, or you’ve recently learned you have
There’s nothing as genuine as the smile of a grandparent holding a newborn grandbaby. From that moment, a lifelong bond is formed. There are many
The flowing, beautiful nature of the Arabic alphabet makes it the perfect language for calligraphy, or artistic handwriting. This gorgeous art has
Labor Day is different than other holidays around the world. It isn’t associated with a religious observance in the way that Christmas, Passover,
The art of the Middle East carries with it thousands of years of human history and is as varied as the many artists who create it. Many Middle
For hundreds of years, the Ottoman Empire reigned over parts of modern-day Europe, Asia, and Africa. Well into the 1900s, the empire kept records
If you have ancestors who came from the Middle East and are wondering how to find more information about them, FamilySearch is here to help you fill
FamilySearch expanded its free online archives in July of 2021 with over 9 million new indexed family history records from all over the world. New
While Derek Dobson served a proselyting mission in Hong Kong from 1985 to 1986, he posed for a photo on a hillside overlooking the border between
There is a certain charm to vintage or old-fashioned names. They breathe a sense of ancestral strength and tradition into today’s modern world.
Friendships and family relationships are greatly strengthened by celebrating holidays together. This is especially true of Bastille Day, the
Christine Chiang didn’t grow up knowing her extended family. Her parents, who were each single children, left all family records behind when they