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Of Kindred Celtic Origins: Myths, Legends, Genealogy and History of an Ordinary American Family

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An enthralling journey through time and culture giving a strong narrative account of the similar Celtic roots of many American families.

Of Kindred Celtic Origins is a compelling and evocative history of an ordinary 21st century American family detailing its varied and diverse historical and cultural elements throughout history. An enthralling journey through time and culture giving a strong narrative account of the similar Celtic roots of many American families. Using records ...

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Overview

An enthralling journey through time and culture giving a strong narrative account of the similar Celtic roots of many American families.

Of Kindred Celtic Origins is a compelling and evocative history of an ordinary 21st century American family detailing its varied and diverse historical and cultural elements throughout history. An enthralling journey through time and culture giving a strong narrative account of the similar Celtic roots of many American families. Using records and tools as varied as archeology, anthropology, ethnology, etymology, geology, mythology, legends and historical documentation, author Jodie K Scales embarks on a fascinating quest to link together the pieces of a vast jigsaw of the forgotten Celtic heritage of many American families while developing a chronological framework to historical events and family bloodlines. With an astonishing insight into the cultural effects of the travels and historical events of our founding fathers, more than a dozen separate family lines are identified with their earliest American ancestors and which part of the ancient Celtic world those families came from. Reaching as far back into the origin of the Celtic people as the Sumerian Culture of 4000 BC to their arrival in Ireland, Germany and Scotland sets a framework for the detailed history of the Picts and Scots whose blood still runs in many American veins.

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  • ISBN-13: 9780595186433
  • Publisher: AuthorHouse
  • Publication date: 5/30/2001
  • Pages: 700
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.54 (d)

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