03/29/16 - posted by Richard

Would you like to be able to remember more about your early life including your childhood and the world around you? There are several ways that might help.

Books: Bob Greene and D. G. Fulford. To Our Children's Children: Preserving Family Histories for Generations to Come. 1993. This is not a textbook, but a collection of countless lists of every aspect of life imaginable that you may be able to associate with

Kevin Lehman, and Randy Carlson. Unlocking the Secrets of Your Childhood Memories. 1989. Step by step process.

Try to find people you knew such as schoolmates, friends, and others. Talking with them can open doors to the past, although sometimes unpleasant ones. Find them with: For a name, zaba provides complete address, telephone no., sometimes age. Free Provides general location, sometimes age. Free

Other sources: old correspondence, pictures in publications about the past.

What other suggestions do you have?

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