America’s first prime-time network genealogy TV show wrapped up season one April 30. It was an exciting—and even somewhat controversial—ride for family historians. Here’s a look at the show’s first run.
Did your ancestor support his or her candidate by tossing a rock in a bucket, writing on a color-coded ballot or pulling a lever?
Before the invention of the thermometer, our ancestors had no objective comeback to such snappy repartee as, “Cold enough for ya?”
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