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    Monday
    Nov102008

    The Family Curator Shares Connections at Shades

    footnoteMaven sent along an email from a Kinsel-line cousin last week, with a note that "it looks like I live in the middle of this branch of your family." It isn't the first time that a "cousin" and I have connected through Shades of the Departed, and I have a feeling that more leaves will be shaking out in the weeks to come.

    The email came from Scott Angus MacPhee, the nephew of my grandmother Arline Kinsel. Readers of The Family Curator will recognize Scott's name from that of the dashing Scotsman, Angus MacPhee who married Arline's younger sister Mercy. In a column for Shades last July, I described a classroom project using correspondance between Arline and Mercy with my English students for a lesson in "Reading Women's Lives." Scott found the article, and me, through Shades.

    As I said, this isn't the first time fM has introduced me to an relative. I am delighted to be a guest author and share a bit more of the experience at Shades this week, in "The Family Curator Makes a Connection Through Shades." I hope you will join me at Shades on November 14.

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