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    How to Use NewspaperCat

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    Did someone in your family homestead a 160 acres of ground during the late 1800’s or early 1900’s? There is a simple and free way to find out. Even better, you can use Google Earth to fly to the farm your grandpa or great grandpa homesteaded. This newsletter will show you how.

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    27 Colonial Newspapers to Trace Your Early American Ancestry

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    How to Find a Revolutionary War Patriot

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    Summer Owens | Photography, Crochet, Food, Crafts and More: Free Printable - Cute Pedigree Chart

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    simplies searching for our ancestors by identifying and linking to the freely available digitized American biographies, genealogies and history books ...

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    10 things I learned in breaking down my brickwall. Terri Osborne McElwee Osborne McElwee Osborne McElwee Osborne McElwee Osborne McElwee O'Connell findingourancesto...

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    How Google Images can help you research family history

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    Print “washed out” pictures onto lined paper for writing letters. to create “washed out” pictures, copy & paste a picture onto word, select “format picture,” select “picture,” then under “image control” & “color” dropdown box, select “washout.” print and write your letter! Good to know!

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    Organize Genealogy with Binder System - I use binders and file drawers. One day I will have a system the works 100 percent. Binders for each family surname is a great idea...

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    10 Top Tips for Breaking Down Your Genealogy Brick Wall - Lisa Louise Cooke

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    Family Chronicle - Dating Old Photographs

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    Learn how you can use the resources at the United States National Archives to explore your family's ancestry.

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    Finding Divorce Records for Your Ancestors

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    Finding Wills

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    "Gathering information from sources that can't be visited personally is a problem for all genealogists. Long-Distance Genealogy is designed to help armchair researchers overcome this unavoidable problem. Readers will begin by addressing the basics of starting a long-distance search. Next they'll learn what types of records and publications can be accessed from a distance, problems associated with the process, how to network, how to use computer resources and special last resort options."

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    New Crime, Prisons and Punishment records 1770-1934

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    1930 census Street Names

    How To find a missing person on census records

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    How do you get past the 1880-1900 census gap? (Video)

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    Tips for researching your genealogy in records at the courthouse, including a sample records request letter.

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    iPhone apps that scan documents--declutter the syllabi from your backpack? or turn those manuals into electronic documents?

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    Researching Newspapers for Genealogy for Free - YouTube

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    ~Your Guide To Finding Your Ancestors w/ Google~

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    Old birth records are searchable online.

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    Review of Genealogy Apps for Kindle, Android phone, iPhone and iPad,

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