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Early Immigrant Count in Tennessee
The state of Tennessee had many immigrants living within its boundries between 1850-1930. With the Mississippi River flowing through the western boundary of Tennessee, many immigrants found Memphis and other river cities as their home.
African American Research
Getting started in your African American Research.
Join a Geographic Project
In the last of this series of articles on Genetic Genealogy we discuss geographic projects.
Joining a Surname Project
This article in the series on Genetic Genealogy becoming mainstream discusses how classic genealogy can be extended by DNA analysis.
Now is the time to set your goals for 2008. Why not plan on taking a genealogy class. I’d like to share with you the current GenClass.com newsletter. Their Spring classes are starting up.
Special guest editor gives some insight on Genetics and DNA testing. In this follow up article we will outline what is involved in taking a DNA test.
Introduction to Genetic Genealogy
Special guest editor gives some insight on Genetics and DNA testing. This article is the first in the series on Genetic Genealogy becomes mainstream (see earlier posting). The objective of this article is to explain some basic concepts.
Genetic Genealogy Becomes Mainstream
Special guest editor gives some insight on Genetics and DNA testing. In this series of articles we briefly review some basic concepts of genetic genealogy.
Creating Family History Webpages
Ready to publish your family history? Great! Here are some tips to putting it online.
They Came in Ships Book Review
John P. Colletta's book, "They Came in Ships", is a wonderful tool in discovering the arrival records your immmigrant ancestors took.
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