Hello and Welcome

I’m excited to share with you the journey of early European History.  I’ve studied the subject for many years and continue to find it fascinating.  I’d love to hear your opinion on the subject and invite anyone to discuss my findings during my travels throughout Europe.

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4 Responses to Hello and Welcome

  1. Jim jr says:

    Dad, I’m very proud of your accomplishments and the hard work you put into this book. I continue to be amazed and your historical knowledge and your passion for this subject. I hope this website will help you to get the word out.
    Love,
    Jim

  2. Author says:

    Thanks for the kind words; optimistically the book stimulates a spirited conversation on the challenges that wandering Irish monk/scholars faced to educate Illiterate nomadic Germanic warlords, and their tribesmen how to till the soil, on the lands they subjugated by axe and sword. Irish abbeys evolved as cultural centers teaching an emerging European intelligentsia; and on the lands of their monastic foundations became the proto-towns of Europe. Readers, from conservative Christians to Agnostics will be informed of little known facts e.g., Saint Pátraic (5th C) insisting on equal rights for women, more than a millennium before it was fashionable; or, Saint Adomnán (7th C) “Law of the Innocents” to protect non-combatants. The price in now reduced for E-download thus I look forward lively dialogue!
    Jim Sr.

  3. Donna Netzley says:

    Thank you for your historical data on our ancestors. Makes me wish I had time to get back into working on my family tree. I do know that the first of my people came from Leyskincardine, Scotland and his name was Thomas Burnett. I will have to find the time to show you what I have some day. Thanks for the many hours of your passion for Our People and the History of where we came from. Love to you and Christa, Donna

    • Author says:

      Thank you for your kind words. Fortunately, our public library system has excellent genealogical resources and a professional staff to assist you. This service is free and available to anyone has a valid library card. Again thanks for your comment.

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