In Newport News, kids learn genealogy through storytelling

Preserving family history can mean more than safeguarding dusty photos and yellowed newspaper clippings. It can also mean holding onto your grandmother’s favorite church hat or protecting an autoharp once played by an ancient ancestor. But the most precious heirlooms, Tracy Ellis Turner would say, are intangible. They’re the stories, songs and rhymes passed from one generation to the next. Read More

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