Provokes more questions
by GBlead on April 26, 2007This book is out of print, but I had the opportunity to write a story about the book and family histories for my local paper. I interviewed Bob Greene's sister, D.G. Fulford about the book and how it came to be. As a hobby, I research my family tree. Being frustrated by not being able to learn more than stats for ancestors more than a couple of generations earlier, I wondered what I would leave for my descendants (should I have any) to better understand me and my decisions. This book offered common-sense questions that, in D.G.'s words, "created a memory picture."
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