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How to Trace Your U.S. Military Ancestors

Discover the Veterans in Your Family Tree<p>Nearly every generation of Americans has known war. From the early colonists, to the men and women currently …

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The One Google Search Trick Every Genealogist Needs to Know Now

One of the most powerful tools modern family historians have at their disposal is a Google search. A search for our ancestors through Google is one …

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Tricks for Finding the Unknown Burial Location of an Ancestor — AncestralFindings.com

Discovering the burial location of your ancestors is an important part of genealogy. Knowing where the burial location is (and visiting it, if …

Genealogy Basics: Tips for Getting the Most Out of Limited Research Time

Free Source for Genealogy: Digital Public Library of America

10 Unexpected Places to Find Family History Online

Genealogy researchers usually look online for the usual website for vital records, probate records, deeds and land records, census, immigration …

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The long, cold month of January is here, and with it, an excellent opportunity to do some new and interesting genealogy projects that are just …

13 Best Genealogy Projects for a Long Weekend — AncestralFindings.com

Do you have some extra free time coming up? Why not fill it by filling in some information on your family tree? Here are 13 best genealogy projects …

A Dozen Places to Find Immigrant Origins

There’s a unique thrill that comes when we identify an immigrant ancestor in our family tree. That ancestor’s decision had a huge impact on who we …

Using Chronicling America -- Searching by a Specific Date

Researching City Directories - Using the Internet Archive

Using Chronicling America -- Any vs. All vs. Phrase Searching

150 questions to ask family members about their lives | Barry Ewell

What is your full name and why were you named that? (Maiden name for females)<p>Were you named after someone else?<p>Did you have a nickname as you were …