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Cherokee Nation Votes to Expel Slaves' Descendants

Cherokee Nation Votes to Expel Slaves' Descendants: OKLAHOMA CITY —Cherokee Nation members voted Saturday to revoke the tribal citizenship of an estimated 2,800 descendants of the Read more about Cherokee Nation Votes to Expel Slaves' Descendants

From Dick Eastman's Newsletter...

The Last Muster: Did you know that many of the men and women of the American Revolution sat for photographs in the mid-nineteenth century? Read more about From Dick Eastman's Newsletter...

Love Stinks! (2007)

Love Stinks! Madison Public Library's 2nd Annual Anti-Valentine's Day Party
Agree? Even if you don't, you're invited to our 2nd annual Anti-Valentine's Day Party! We'll feature Baz Luhrmann's 'Romeo + Juliet,' a modern-day take on the classic Shakespeare play starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Claire Danes:
Shakespeare's famous play is updated to the hip modern suburb of Verona still retaining its original dialogue. The gun-toting members of the families wage a vicious war on the streets as the star-crossed lovers, their tragic destiny. (Rated PG-13) Read more about Love Stinks! (2007)

Monrovia's Grand Opening (2007)

Monrovia Branch's Grand Opening
Join us as we celebrate the grand opening of our Monrovia Branch, located in the Woody Anderson Learning Center.
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Short Story Analysis for Amateurs (2007)

Rediscover the art of the short story.
Love literature, but don't have a lot of time to read? Ever feel like short stories get short shrift in comparison to novels? Then we've got the group for you -- a discussion group devoted solely to short stories. Read more about Short Story Analysis for Amateurs (2007)

From 24.com: Could you claim the throne?

London - Hundreds of hopefuls have stepped forward to claim the throne of England after a worldwide quest by genealogists to find a rightful heir. Read more about From 24.com: Could you claim the throne?

Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 1, # 11

Usenet Newsgroups are message groups set up for messages based on a particular subject matter. These are open forums that may or may not be moderated. Read more about Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 1, # 11

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