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Genealogy Helps #10
Are you interested in genealogy? Have you been researching the past in the hope of unearthing amazing family connections?
The latest volume of the exciting series can help with that!
Researching family, history and events has always been popular, but with the advent of the internet, it has taken a giant leap forward and now millions of people are eager to know what their ancestors did at various points in time.
To help you with that, this 205-page ebook offers insights and ideas into many lines of inquiry that you may not have previously considered, with items such as:
- Mathew Brady: Photographing the Civil War
- A History of Plymouth Rock
- Why You Should Absolutely Take the Time to Document Your Family History Research
- The Different Types of Libraries Used in Genealogical Research, and Their Unique Values
- Five Important Time-Saving Tips for Getting Your Genealogy Research Done
- How to Get the Most Out of a Trip to Your Ancestral Homeland
- Spitfire: The Tiger of the Skies
- The Contribution of British Women in WWII
- How MLK Day Became a Federal Holiday
- The Genealogy of Blue People
- How to Use Cluster Research to Find Those Hidden Ancestors
- The Scots-Irish and How to Research Them
- Unusual Sources for Finding Old Family Photos
- 761st Tank Battalion: The Black Panthers
- Reading History to Understand Your Ancestors
- Resource Guide to Canadian Genealogy
- The Fighting American Doughboys
- New Ways to Find Maiden Names
- Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in America
- A Review of Stories of Ipswich
- WWII Japanese American Internment and Relocation Records in the National Archives
- What is PERSI and How Can You Use it to Improve Your Genealogy Research?
- How to Make Sure the Stories of Your Family Heirlooms Don't Get Lost
- Celebrating Our National Heritage: A History of the 4th of July
- Using Negative Evidence to Prove Relationships
- The History of the Quakers, and How to Find Your Quaker Ancestors
- DNA: The Future of Unlocking Your True Family History
- Tips on Researching Your African-American Family History Before 1870
- Is There Another Way to Find Your Cherokee Ancestors Rather Than the Dawes Rolls?
- How to Trace Your Ancestor’s World War I History
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