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How Your Ancestors Fashion Sense Can Aid Your Research

If you have a cedar chest, or hope chest that belonged to an ancestor such as your great grandmother with […]

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How To Start Your LDS Family Tree

The first thing that you need to do before you start looking into researching your family tree is to gather […]

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How The Kindle Fire Can Aid Your Ancestors Research

Amazon.com released its Kindle e-reader in 2007. Since that time, several generations of the Kindle have been released, but none […]

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How A Stamp Can Help With Your Family History Research

You certainly can’t buy a lot for the price of a stamp, not in today’s economy anyway. However you may […]

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Having A Positive Outlook To Your Genealogy Research

You’ve heard people say that they will believe it when they see it, but that doesn’t always work in the […]

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Google A Genealogists Best Friend

Google is a wonderful tool to use when you are doing your LDS family search; however, there are some filters […]

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Genealogical Research To Teach Your Child Mapping Skills

Today’s younger generations live in a world where maps are quickly accessed through GPS and on their cell phones. Today […]

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Four Great Ways To Involve Your Kids In Family History

As a family historian, you will want to keep your family’s story alive, even after you’re gone. In order to […]

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Finding Your Massachusetts Ancestors

It doesn’t matter where you and your family may live for you to have ancestors who lived in Massachusetts, because […]

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Finding Your Ancestors With Google Earth

Google Earth is a wonderful tool for finding the places where your ancestors lived. If you have used it before […]

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