Rainey Brown

American Pioneer Chronicles: Southern Women: the heart, sweat, soul—the foundation of our Nation Rainey was born about 1800 in Africa, forcibly brought to Georgia and sold to William Hardwick, a local farmer sometime before 1830. She met George Brown and had several...

Symble (aka A Smile & A Quote)

The world is open for us to explore An expression of love we so adore There’s something out there for us to share Not like us two, no one can compare How long will you let me love you this way Should you say forever, then forever I’ll stay As time goes by, our days...

Make Play While the Sun Shines

Healthy Recommendations Drink tea in aluminum or glass mugs Put drinking water in glass containers (try used kombucha bottles) Exercise the mind via brain gym each day Exercise the body with variety each day (key term ‘variety’) Finish eating when I am content, not...

Magdalena Neuffer Gruber

American Pioneer Chronicles: Colonial Women: the heart, sweat, soul—the foundation of our Nation Blessed by starting life in a prosperous Palatinate family of learned folks, Magdalena Neuffer was better educated than most her neighbors. Her father and uncle were both...

Margaret Pietjes Opdengraeff

American Pioneer Chronicles: Colonial Women, The Heartbeat and Backbone of our Nation Please support our research and view our books for purchase at Genealogy: Books & Blog Pioneer women have many skills, but they are all, first and foremost, resilient. The...