A lot has changed in the past ten years, although it seems like I just blinked and here we are in 2017. When I started this blog, one-hundred years seemed like a long time. Today I'm humbled as I am reminded how quickly my own life is floating by, and how the century that my family has lived in America is really only a small segment of our long, multi-faceted epic family story.
In honor of the 10th birthday of 100 Years in America, I'd like to share with you a few highlights: some of the most popular articles and some of my personal favorites.
- "To face whatever lies before us...": New York City disasters and the prayers of young mothers
- Winter Wednesday Wedding: The 110th Anniversary of Ferencz & Ilona Ujlaki
- Hungarian Kifli at Christmas: A long legacy of motherly love
- Five years of life in the Lower East Side: 1908-1913
- Disappearing Churches, Part 1: Manhattan's Immaculate Conception
- Disappearing Churches, Part 2: Manhattan's St. Stephen of Hungary
- My Lady of Sorrows: When Family History Meets the Catholic Liturgical Calendar
- Ilona's emigration: The one hundred year anniversary
- America at last! Ilona's arrival at Ellis Island, 1909
- F is for Frankie: Beloved Firstborn, 1906
- F is for Frankie Ujlaky and a Forgotten Epidemic
- C is for Cars: The love of fine cars, it's in the genes!
- Ádám to Zsuzsanna: Hungarian & Croatian given names in the family tree
- Ferencz Ujlaki and the trip he didn't take: Part 1
- Ferencz Ujlaki and the trip he didn't take: Part 2
- The church on the postcard and the faith of my ancestors
- Međimurje: Meeting place of rivers and cultures
- "Keepers of the absent": the homes of our ancestors
- A little boy, a big ship, and a brand new world
- On babies and trans-Atlantic crossings
- Lajos long forgotten: an immigrant baby’s story
- Update on Lajos: his arrival at Ellis Island
Thanks for stopping by 100 Years in America! I have many drafts waiting in the wings, and more family stories needing a bit of digging before they are unveiled here on the web. Here's to longevity and the unending joy of genealogical research!
If you'd like to see what else I'm up to on the web, visit my website at smallestleaf.com.
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