Carrie Ann Cook is a published author, illustrator and free-lance photographer. She holds an AA and BS in Elementary Education. Having certified for teaching in several states, she has taught elementary grades as well as genealogy, writing and computer classes at the Northeast Technology Center, Afton, Oklahoma. She has also served the Miami (Oklahoma) Public Library as Genealogy and Local History Specialist. Currently, she is the owner of Gregath Company, Inc. and Webmaster of assorted sites. Carrie has been active in various genealogy, speaking and history organizations (including service and lineal) throughout the years. She served the Oklahoma Division UDC for the 2008-2010 administration as state Historian as well as currently holding several assorted chapter offices in other organizations. At the age of 40, she has been public speaking on genealogical, historical and writing/publishing topics for nearly two decades. A life long learner, she enjoys new insights offered while attending educational opportunities such as Historical Preservation Conferences, NIGR, and recently, the National Land and Genealogical Record Symposium, Beatrice, Nebraska, 2011.
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Slowing the March of Time Preserving and Protecting Items Of Historical Significance
This material was written in an attempt to bridge the gap between two very different schools of thought. The true conservationist, who says everything must be restored and everything possible done so as not to lose the treasure and the family historian that wants to enjoy his or her heirlooms without exposing it to harm through not knowing better.
Money For Nothing Making Money With Volunteers
This book not only goes over the groundwork for any successful volunteer program but offers a wide variety of projects and how volunteers can help make a success. A companion book to the 2007 FGS lecture by the same name, this contains much more detail and makes a handy reference or volunteer gift.
Touring Washington DC
This book was originally compiled in the mid-1990s as a complement to a genealogical research and sight-seeing trip provided by our company. Overviews from general safety tips and using the metro to packing check list and places of interest both on and off the National Mall are included.
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