ge•ne•al•o•gy(jn-l-j, -l-, jn-)
n. pl. ge•ne•al•o•gies
1. A record or table of the descent of a person, family, or group from an ancestor or ancestors; a family tree.
2. Direct descent from an ancestor; lineage or pedigree.
3. The study or investigation of ancestry and family histories.
Tonight Mrs. Bremner and I attended a fund raising event for the Sophie’s Voice Foundation for Spina Bifida. The actor/actress pair Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Parker on behalf of the foundation donated $75,000 to the research program of Dr. Godfrey Oakley, who [...]
ADVOCACY FOR LOW INCOME PREDOMINANTLY POOR BLACK INDIVIDUALS WORKING ON EMORY’S CAMPUS AND AT EMORY HOSPITALS, ETC.
THERE ARE MANY NICE, WELL-MEANING WORKERS ON EMORY’S CAMPUS AND AT EMORY HOSPITALS WHO SUFFER BECAUSE THEY HAVE NO ACCESS TO HEALTHCARE. THESE ARE THE PEOPLE WHO CLEAN THE BUILDINGS, WORK IN SOME OF THE CAFETERIAS, WORK FOR [...]
Oct. 11, 2013: Queen of the Genealogy World
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Doug Bremner is author of The Fastest Growing Religion on Earth: How Genealogy Captured [...]
I thought I would publish this review from the publisher of a major genealogy newsletter of my latest book The Fastest Growing Religion on Earth: How Genealogy Captured America, not because it was, um, a rave review, but because I thought it raised some interesting points, but since I did not get a [...]
Chapter 1 of my most recent book, The Fastest Growing Religion on Earth: How Genealogy Captured America.
Carved into the solid granite of a mountain in the Wasatch Mountain Range, located in the Little Cottonwood Canyon, twenty miles southeast of Salt Lake City, Utah, is a [...]
Where are all these Mormons coming from? Between Mitt Romney running for president on a “I’m a conservative like you, just a slightly different flavor” platform and HBO’s Big Love with its pandering after the ups and [...]
On September 27, 2006, “Curious” wrote the following letter to advice columnist Cary Tennis on salon.com:
“My parents are obsessed with dead people.
“No, not ghosts. Genealogy.
“They are baby boomers [...]
[Adapted from the book "A Fresh Look at Greed," by Doug Bremner]
If you’re greedy and also beautiful and vapid, you might consider becoming a Hollywood celebrity. You can get paid millions of dollars to say some stuff in front of a camera, even if the stuff they want you to say is boring [...]
Kindle Books by Doug Bremner
- Ancestor Worship on Steroids
- “Catania!” trailer
- Sophie’s Voice Speaks Out for Spina Bifida Prevention and Treatment
- Guest Post, Neil Shulman MD: Advocacy for Low Income, Predominantly Black Workers at Emory University
- Latest Blog Posts From the Huffington Post
- Rave Review for ‘Fastest Growing Religion on Earth’… (Not)
- How Genealogy Captured America
- Where Are All These Mormons Coming From?
- My Parents Are Obssessed With Dead People
- Hooray for Hollywood! Lights, Camera… Greed!
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