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Did you know. . .
- October was originally the eighth month of the Roman calendar. - It comes from the Latin word "octo" meaning eight. Later, it became the 10th month when January and February were added to the Calendar.
- Hawaii has a special October event called "the Aloha Festival," sometimes described as the "Mardi Gras of the Pacific."
- Columbus Day is celebrated the second Monday every October.
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Happy Halloween! Fall is here and it is a favorite season for many. Great memories are made during the holidays and ought to be recorded! Don't know how to do it? Just read the great article below, suggesting several ways to make special memories last a life time. This is how we create histories to pass along to future generations. Speaking of generations...many people desire to explore their origins. There have been amazing advances in the ability to research this area than ever before. Read about some families who have done just that. It may inspire you to be part of this movement! Finally, books on tape...brilliant! Check out this article on a way to transport a senior's mind without ever leaving their chair. All that said...Happy Fall, and enjoy the beautiful foliage and décor this October!
Not so long ago, people who wanted to know more about their family history had few options: talk with older relatives, look through old photo albums and scrapbooks, or dig through often inadequate public records.