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Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands
The Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands was established by the War Department on March 3, 1865. Its primary function was to supervise all relief and educational activities relating to refugees and freedmen. Come learn more about it.

BYU Genealogy & Family History Resources
The Brigham Young University (BYU) Family History & Genealogy Resources webpage is a great source for genealogy information. The following are just a few of the features this site offers.

CAFG Forensic Genealogy Institute
The Council for the Advancement of Forensic Genealogy announces the 2014 Forensic Genealogy Institute is now open for registration. Come learn more!

California Genealogy
At one point in our research, most of us will eventually be looking for an ancestor in this beautiful state of California. Here are some links I hope will prove helpful.

Can We Link to Adam & Eve?
A goal for many a researcher is proving his line to Adam and Eve. Many researchers have claimed this has been done for their lines. I wondered if this, in reality, could be done

Carnival of Genealogy, 100th Edition
Call for Submissions! Looking for all Bloggers to participate in this 100th Edition of the Carnival of Genealogy. Come join us and help meet this goal!

Casefile Clues and Google Books
I was waiting on my husband recently during his dental visit. Knowing he would be there a while, I grabbed some issues of Casefile Clues I had not read yet. The issue that caught my attention this morning was Volume 1, Number 26 of January 24, 2010 titled, "A few Searches on Google Books".

Casefile Clues Assessment
Casefile Clues is Michael John Neill's weekly how-to genealogy column. Casefile Clues is not copied and pasted text from other articles or press-releases. Rather, it is fresh material drawn from Michael's own research experiences in nearly twenty states and seven foreign countries.

Casefile Clues for Beginners
In the past I have written about Casefile Clues written by Michael John Neill. He has found that many just getting started could benefit from the same format, but on a beginner level. He has just announced the formation of Casefile Clues for Beginners.

Castle Gardens
Everyone has heard of Ellis Island. But have you heard about Castle Gardens? It was the immigration hub for years before Ellis Island.

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