Monday, January 8, 2007

"Brooklyn Genealogy" a historical panorama

Although its landscape began to change dramtically with the building of the Brooklyn Bridge, In her article, Brooklyn Genealogy, Heather Quinlan takes us on a genealogical tour of Brooklyn, the "anti-Manahattan, where Mom and Pop owned the corner stores, the Dodgers were "da bums," and there was a certain magic that shone over 300 years earlier, when the Dutch first set foot on its shores." Whether you have New York ancestry or not, you are sure to enjoy this historical panorama.

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