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Family history preservation company Houstory®, creator of The Heirloom Registry™ and The Home History Book™ archival journal, is a proud sponsor of the new Internet radio show “Fieldstone Common,” which focuses on topics relating to New England history and genealogy.
Ferndale, Wash. and Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) November 15, 2012
Houstory is the creator of The Heirloom Registry and The Home History Book archival journal, two new products designed to save the stories behind family heirlooms and houses.
“Fieldstone Common” host and genealogist Marian Pierre-Louis uses the broadcast to bring “history alive,” as she states at her Fieldstone Common blog. During the hour-long broadcast, she interviews authors, historians, curators, archivists, genealogists and other proponents of historical preservation and stewardship about their books and projects.
“Considering our entire product line is based on historical preservation, stewardship and legacy, we felt this was a natural fit,” said Dan Hiestand, Houstory marketing director. “Marian is a highly respected and influential member of the genealogy community, and we are proud to be affiliated with her new radio program.”
The show is also featured in the latest New England Historic Genealogical Society newsletter, “The Weekly Genealogist.” Notable Fieldstone guests have included – or will include – international photo archivist Maureen Taylor, former chief family historian at Ancestry.com Megan Smolenyak, and author Eric Jay Dolan.
"The principal goal of Fieldstone Common is not only to encourage a shared passion for history but to show the connectedness between the past and the present," said Pierre-Louis. "Understanding the past still has a very real relevance in our lives. Houstory is committed to helping individuals to preserve the past and that makes them a perfect fit as a sponsor. The Heirloom Registry and The Home History Book are top-notch products I’ve used and wholeheartedly believe in.”
Show listeners will also be entitled to exclusive Houstory product promotions. “Fieldstone Common” airs live every Thursday at 1 p.m., EST, and is also available as a recorded podcast.
About Houstory®: The Stories of Home
The things we care about have stories — whether they are houses, cherished belongings or family heirlooms. But if you are not telling – and just as importantly sharing – these stories, who will? Houstory® has developed two products — The Heirloom Registry™ and the Home History Book™ archival journal — that help genealogists and family historians protect and easily share these priceless stories. Leave a gift for future generations by adding texture and color to your family tree now. http://www.houstory.com
About Fieldstone Common
Fieldstone Common is a radio show streamed live on the Internet via Blog Talk Radio. Anyone in the world can listen to the show as long as they have an Internet connection. Host Marian Pierre-Louis will introduce you to authors and historians who bring history alive! Topics focus on New England history and genealogy. The show is broadcast live every Thursday at 1 p.m. EST and lasts for 60 minutes. Authors, historians, curators, archivists, genealogists and other stewards of history are interviewed about their books or projects. The show is recorded and made available as a podcast after the live episode on the show Web site. http://fieldstonecommon.blogspot.com
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