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The Gold-threaded Dress. A realistic portrayal of the struggles a Thai American student faces as she attempts to fit in at a predominately Mexican American school. I went to fiction writing workshops and read several books about Texas cattle drives. I did research both online and in libraries about the history of the time and the various locations. I went to Tucumcari, New Mexico where my grandfather died to find additional information and I hoped to visit his grave. Everyone who settled there in did. I incorporated history and information I gleaned from the many sources I consulted into the final draft of my book.

In addition, I also visited the town in Nebraska where my maternal great grandparents homesteaded and H. At the Thomas County Historical Society, I found a booklet created by a member of my extended family which had considerable detail about the Russell family. In addition, the museum had files and articles about my grandmother and various members of the large extended Russell family. Much of this information was also used in the book. My goal in writing this book is to share an inspiring story of an incredibly strong and resilient woman.

I also wanted to have a good time doing it. Since the story is inspired by the lives of my grandparents, I hope it encourages more people to pursue their own family stories of pioneer settlement and homesteading in the mid-west or wherever they have roots. Identify what you want to search for and bring the names and dates you already have. If you plan to visit, write to them in advance and introduce yourself and your project. Be prepared to come back when it is convenient for them.

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They will appreciate a small donation sent with your follow-up thank you to offset the time they gave you. We look forward to it. Nicole Dyer is a genealogist, lecturer, and creator of FamilyLocket. She is the publicity chair and a steering committee member at the Pima County Genealogy Society.

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She specializes in Southern United States and Confederate soldier research. She holds a bachelor's degree from Brigham Young University in History Teaching and taught middle school for one year before her children were born. She and her husband, Lance, live in Tucson, Arizona with their three children, ages 7, 4, and 1. Nicole teaches family history storytime for preschool age children at the Tucson Family History Center and consults in local middle schools during units on family history.

Our ward family history committee, consisting of youth and adult[ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Very funny book about a likeable underachieving basketball player who must improve his grades to please his parents. Clara Lee and the Apple Pie Dream. An endearing book about a Korean American third grader and her courage in overcoming a bit of bad luck. An enthralling mystery novel about a Neela's search for her missing veena--her beloved instrument that her grandmother sent to her from India. The Year of the Dog. An endearing portrayal of a Tawainese American kid who must learn how to find herself during the year of the dog.

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The Gold-threaded Dress. A realistic portrayal of the struggles a Thai American student faces as she attempts to fit in at a predominately Mexican American school.


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