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What's New at September 2013 Edition - Join Crista Cowan for a quick look at the new features and tools available to help make your family history easier and more fun. She'll also review the databases full of new content released in the past month and show you how best to search them to find the stories of your ancestors' lives.

More Strategies for Finding Your Female Ancestors. Desktop Education Series (playlist)

Census Genie - new web site hopes to extend the capabilities by adding high-tech tools to find those difficult-to-locate records. This site only searches the U.S. census records, nothing else.

Online Family Trees: Privacy and Sharing - Some of you haven't put your family tree online yet due to privacy concerns. Some of you have put your family tree online but don't know that you can share it with family members who do not need an subscription in order to view it and contribute. Join Crista Cowan as she explains the privacy rules for online family trees and then shows you how to share your tree with others.

If we could hear the cries from our ancestors, they might be saying "REMEMBER ME".

The Online Historical Directories Site: city, county, rural, business, Masonic, and other historical directories transcribed or digitized online at free and subscription sites. #genealogy

Think your family history is "all done?" Try this little exercise and let us know, "What's Your Number?" #genealogy

Welcome to SharedTree! The Internet's first completely FREE, completely online family history and genealogy application.

State by State index of church records transcribed by volunteers from US GenWeb

Great-great grandma is updating her Facebook status. We'll create a family tree for you in less than a minute. We can help you find relatives you never knew you had. #genealogy

Connecticut records available online - more than 6 million birth, marriage, and death records from 1650-2001.

New article: How do I look for a marriage record? Source: Marriages, 1837-1957," index and images, FamilySearch

Part 1: How do you research using death certificates? Much of the information gleaned from a death certificate can be used more effectively to connect to other resources that document your ancestor. This article is the first in a series to help beginning researchers extract information from the death certificate to learn more about an ancestor.

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