Living History Video Podcast
I have produced hundreds of enjoyable living history episodes that have been created to share many unique yesteryear experiences for this podcast. The content has been filmed, edited, and prepared for distribution. My purpose is to depict these forgotten activities using modern technology – giving us the opportunity to understand our heritage and how much things have changed, especially for future generations, genealogists, and history buffs.
I have been an active and professional genealogist. The research is never really done but as I drifted into my new pursuits of travel and visiting my ancestor home villages in Europe, I started gathering pictures, video, and information that made my family history come alive.
I founded “My Ancestors Life” in January of 2009 to share my film making skills and living history enthusiasm on the internet.
My first training experiences started with Community TV filming a sesquicentennial wagon train and an antique car run in 2007. Most of 2008 I traveled around the mid-west and eastern states to film living history events. Once the FUN of the filming ends, it takes a lot of time to put all the technical aspects of this podcast together.
It is my hope that you will be entertained and learn something new along the way.
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This content is published under the Attribution Non-Commercial No Derivatives license.