“The Truth About The Civil War”

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Watch “Spokane woman’s Ancestry test leads to shocking family secret” on YouTube

An amazing testimony as to the power of genetics, heritage and family.

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Ancestry Update!

Ancestry recently updated/refined my DNA results. (This occurs as they get more samples over time and can narrow things down a bit more). It was a stunning change though as most of my “Europe West” was changed to British Isles/North Western Europe. It still aligns really well with my family history which I already knew…

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My Top Nine Posts of 2018!

2018 was the year of the #TradLife! We fought against the evil forces growing in our nations with one tender moment, one clean table top, one nod to history, one defensive of the sovereignty of ALL races, and one smile, at a time! This might be my top nine posts of the year but we…

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{Free e-book!} The First Thanksgiving!

To grab my latest, free, e-book, click here! The story of the first Thanksgiving seems to have been one of the first American cultural practices that came under attack by the Left. For several generations now, we have been taught, by public schooling and media, that our American ancestors, who worked so hard and sacrificed…

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This Is Why I Do the Work I do

This beautiful picture has been making the rounds on social media. I relate with it a lot because the couple seems to have had six children, like me, who went on to marry and have many children (hopefully also like me). They took this beautiful shot of their kids and grandkids and this was the…

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Quebecois Maple Syrup Dumplings

Another recipe submission that will have you drooling and running for the kitchen! Trad Life at it’s finest! Traditional, family, recipes handed down through the generations. ♥ Grand-Pères dans le sirop du Québec Preparation 25 min Préparation: 25 minutes Cooking 20 min Cuisson: 20 minutes Output 12 dumplings Donne 12 Grands-Pères Ingredients: 2 cups all-purpose…

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Ireland: Last Stand of Western Christendom

“I was carried into a cabin, and lay there for eight days, when I had the [baby] born dead. I lay for three weeks after that. The whole of my family got the fever, and one boy thirteen years old, died with want and with hunger while we were lying sick.” Those are the words…

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Family History: A blessing for all

a post by @atraditionalguy on twitter I was recently going through some records that had become available on a family history website I hold an account with when I came across two records which were vitally important for answering some questions regarding my dad’s family. Filled with excitement I printed the two records and took…

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