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7 Places to Find Photographs of Your Ancestors
This is a great set of rules!! Especially the "Don't assume anything". The number one problem with "lazy genealogists"!! >> Golden Rules of Genealogy
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On Google News you can search and read old print newspapers, going as far back as 1752.
Search for your ancestors on 100+ free state research sites.
Cemetery photos are great in genealogy, but only if you get the right ones. Here are 5 photos you should take every time you go to the cemetery.
23 Non-Genealogy Websites That Genealogists Really Should Use - Family Tree Magazine
helpful cheat sheet of how many ancestors each person has.
Occasional Genealogists can often find 15 minutes or less for genealogy. But what do you do in 15 minutes or less? Here's 50 suggestions.
What does ‘first cousin once removed’ mean?
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5 Free Genealogy Sites for England, Scotland and Ireland
Visit this cheat sheet on what those symbols mean at your local Cemetery
4 Tips to Identify Unknown Family Photographs
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The progression of photographic formats in the 1800s. Nearly all consumer photographs in the 19th century were produced by one of these technologies.
Commenced the exciting but daunting task of researching your Irish ancestry? Use this beginner’s guide to find out how you can discover your Irish genealogy.
How to Find Your Ancestors Who Passed Through Ellis Island.
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Find a Missing Maiden Name With These Tricks
If organizing your family tree or genealogy/pedigree charts in file folders, MAKE SURE you are using acid-free file folders and document boxes.
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Here is a list of 27 Colonial-era newspapers available online. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “27 Colonial Newspapers to Trace Your Early American Ancestry.”