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Return now to the thrilling days of yesteryear. Travel back in time with your ancestors in Medieval France as they survive the Hundred Years War, the Black Plague, and the Wars of Religion. Discover that the name Marsolais means "Young Marcus" and has been in Normandy since the Romans occupied it. Lemieux, which means "The Best," has been in Normandy since the dreaded Viking invasions. Together, the Lemieux and Marsolais lived in the city of Rouen, Normandy during the 1600s. Sometimes members of the same parish, they changed from Catholic to Protestant and back again---as needed to survive. Explore with them as they are among the first Europeans to cross the vast Atlantic Ocean to settle in the New World. In their search for a better life, they contributed their skills to establish Quebec City and open the North American continent. Follow them, as they become citizens of the United States at the turn of the Twentieth Century, around the time of the Industrial Revolution. Chart the expansion of these families as their destinies bring them together again with a marriage at Ft. Bragg, North Carolina.

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