Lynn Pritchett's Writings
People who do family history research as a hobby or a profession are called genealogists, and genealogy is becoming a popular hobby. Some websites help keep overall costs down by offerring some or all of their content for free . . . Beginning and expert genealogists can go to the World Wide Web and explore research options. They never know what doors may open...
May 2007 marked the 85th anniversary of the death of a Texas town. Few will notice, though the descendants of those who lived it, remember their frightened whispers, "If we speak the name 'Quakertown' too loudly - it might happen again." Established in 1870, the African American settlement of Quakertown, sat right in the middle of the white college...
LA Pritchett's first taste of publication was at age seventeen in her hometown newspaper. Through the years, her passion of reading and writing has only grown stronger with time. Professional and personal growth opportunities continually fuel her writing fire...
Lynn’s Favorite Books
Mayflower: Courage, Community, & War by Nathaniel Philbrick The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom She Who Remembers by Linda Lay Shuler The Mists of Avalon...