In 2015 I started recording family history and was fascinated. I’m a beginner, this is my hobby: an informal website to document progress, track and judge sources … then imagine my ancestor’s lives.
~ Kirstin Miller b. 1963
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License. Thrilled to share my findings, use as you like. Facts provided are correct and current when posted, sources are provided. Most all that I use from Archive.org, HathiTrust, Library of Congress, etc. are in the public domain, out of copyright. All that I use from American Ancestors, Ancestry and FamilySearch are owned by them, not me.
Ancestor life stories are my interpretation.
No need to credit, attribute, but if giving credit here is what to use: Miller, Kirstin. [“post title.”] Each Life in Place, [access date day month year], eachlifeinplace.com/.
In 2019, copyright expired for all works
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The linked copyright and free use site, via Stanford, makes copyright guides fairly clear:
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