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You have heard it before - Not all (actually, MOST) genealogy records are not online. Unfortunately, those records seem to be where I am not. Traveling to multiple repositories is time consuming and expensive. So, how do we as genealogists access those much needed records?

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We often experience frustration when our genealogy research stalls at the 1890 census. We must use other "out of the box" strategies to successfully find our ancestors in 1890.

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How To find a missing person on census records

1930 census Street Names

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17 Free Genealogy Research Trackers from http://FamilyTreeMagazine.com

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USA National Archives: Resources for Genealogists and Family Historians.

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5 Free Genealogy Sites for England, Scotland and Ireland

Free Genealogy Sites for Researching Ancestors in England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland

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Scandinavian genealogy cheat sheet

A Graphic Guide to Cemetery Symbolism

We love this helpful graphic to understand what tombstone symbols represent. Credit: http://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/a-graphic-guide-to-cemetery-symbolism

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Census Search Dos and Don'ts

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Welcome to Episode 01 of the Genealogy Girl Talks Podcast! On this episode I want to talk about setting goals for the new year and org...

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