Ryan Littrell




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Ryan Littrell

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Ryan Littrell grew up in Chatham, Illinois and attended Northwestern University, Harvard University, and Boston College. He lives in New York City, and "Reunion" is his first book.

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Interested in the story behind the book? Then check out my interview with Lynn Palermo: http://www.thearmchairgenealogist.com.... Lynn and I talked about how I began writing Reunion, what my future plans are, and much more. Thanks to Lynn for her great questions! Read more of this blog post »
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Average rating: 3.66 · 346 ratings · 93 reviews · 1 distinct work · Similar authors
Reunion: A Search for Ances...

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"Can you imagine research without notes? Neither can I. Taking notes is as personal as it is imperative. We all have our own style and habits which impact how we take and organize our research notes. I was taught to take notes using index cards wit..." Read more of this blog post »
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“I know you never met me, and I know you don’t know my name, but I am from you, and I just wish you could see me. I wish you could see that someone knows who you were and what you did, and I won’t let anybody forget you, not ever again.”
Ryan Littrell, Reunion: A Search for Ancestors

“This you will hear in the old saying: Bheirinn cuid-oidhche dha ged a bhiodh ceann fir fo ’achlais. (I would give him food and lodging for the night even if he had a man’s head under his arm.) Our ancestors knew that giving begat giving, that care begat care, and thus they said: Gus an tràighear a’ mhuir le cliabh, cha bhi fear fial falamh. (Until the ocean is emptied with a basket, the generous man will never be empty-handed.)”
Ryan Littrell, Reunion: A Search for Ancestors




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