After only two weeks, the Stanwood Family History site has been remodeled! The html pages have been replaced with a MySQL database, allowing the posting of a substantial amount of documents, reports and other data. I am thrilled to have discovered The Next Generation (TNG) genealogy software, which has simplified the process of using a database for sharing of online information.
June 5, 2010
New Site, New Stuff!
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