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Writing for Genealogy Information in a Foreign Language
Let´s say you´ve traced your ancestors to Germany, or Poland, or Italy, or somewhere else that does not have English as a primary language. What do you do now?
Family Reunion Tips
Family Reunion Tips to help make success family times.
The Civil War in Tennessee
Timeline and battle effects of the Civil War in Tennessee.
Unlocking the Vault Review
This is a review of the article “Unlocking the Vault: Conversion to Digital Records is Progressing” written by Brittany Karford.
Using Family Search
Learn how to use a website that contains a lot of information, is well organized and has searching capabilities.
Women and the Insane Asylum
Insane Asylums became the place to often place women whether sane or insane. Learn some of the reasons why and how to research these women.
More Than Just Names
Guest Editor Terrie Lynn Bittner (past LDS Families Editor) shares an article telling us how she brings her ancestor's to life.
Genealogy Merit Badge
The Boy Scouts have new requirements for their Genealogy Merit Badge.
Sharing genealogy and trusting your family history with others is important. There are issues such as permission and privacy to consider before merging your documents and sources.
Indentured servants was the first type of slavery in Colonial America. Religion, politics and convicts became indentured servants to come to a new land and seek freedom.
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