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Ask Granny Review
I recently heard about a program that offers Free Genealogical Seminars for Senior Citizens; I wanted to share this with you, Ask Granny. Here is a brief summary about the program. Check it out!
Arizona is a beautiful western state. When I was a young girl, my family visited Arizona and I enjoyed seeing the sights and visiting with the wonderful people. Come learn more about Arizona and take advantage of some AZ Genealogy Links.
Ancestry.com is a wonderful tool to be used by researchers. Here are a few features I have come to use and depend on when doing my genealogical research.
Ancestry.com is one of the world’s largest genealogical databases. Over the last few years, new genealogical databases have been created, but Ancestry still leads in their field. They have Census , Obits, DNA and many other resources for us to use. Come learn more...
Ancestry Magazine Review
Ancestry Magazine is published bimonthly by Ancestry.com since 1982. You can subscribe to this informative magazine whether you subscribe to the online Ancestry.com or not. I have been a subscriber to Ancestry Magazine and love reading their educational articles.
An Ancestor's Spirit and Influence
I would like to share two experiences where the spirit of those ancestors I was researching has influenced me.
Afriquest Officially Launches Website
After a successful beta period, Afriquest (www.afriquest.com), the free online database for records of African and African American genealogy and history, will officially launch on Saturday, February 28. It is FREE!
AfriGeneas Records Database Review
AfriGeneas is the largest African American genealogical database. Come see what their Records sections has!
African Ancestry, Inc.
African Ancestry, Inc. is an African-American owned company that pioneered DNA-based ancestry tracing for people of African descent in the U.S. Through their proprietary database of over 25,000 indigenous African lineages, they have helped thousands of families discover their roots at 99%!
African American Sites to Break Brickwalls
A researcher had gotten her African American ancestors to the 1870 census, and like a lot of you, hit a brick wall. It was not beginning classes she needed, but a few suggestions where to look next and a whole lot of luck. Here are some sugestions that might help.
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