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History That Isn’t Taught in the Classroom


Our family histories are some of our greatest treasures, but we can’t put them in a bank or vault!

Too often, family members we have never met and stories we never knew are lost. That’s where personal historians like Cherie Orwig come in, helping her clients feel, remember and share.

A personal historian helps chronicle family events and stories in books and videos so the tales that shaped our heritage can be immortalized even after the passing of our family members. They are skilled storytellers, able to coax people into sharing their memories and then capturing them for future generations.

– Mia Prahlad, SLJ 100 Communications

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