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    A fun way to learn a little more of early America's history via the documents and artifacts of those who lived it and made it happen! :D

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      A fun way to learn a little more of early America's history via the documents and artifacts of those who lived it and made it happen

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    History book. You don't need to be a scrapbooker to document your family history.

    love it. great way of documenting family history.

    Avenues of early settlement

    Great site that shows how she is documenting her family history.

    Use maps and postcards to illustrate where ancestors lived.

    Neat blog for fun and unique ideas for Family History

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    Who lived here? How to dig up your house's history - The Daily Record

    If you are exploring your ancestry all the way back to the Colonial period in U.S. history, this Infographic will help—providing a timeline and facts to help you better understand the times your ancestors lived in. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “Early American Colonial History Timeline Infographic.” blog.genealogyban...

    Beginner’s guide to family history documents

    Genealogy offline: Finding family history records that are not online by Claudia C. Breland

    Keep your family history -- photos, family tree, vital documents and even recipes -- safe and sound in case of disaster

    If you want to find out more about your family, download the life history questions and make time to interview your family members. Learn some fun facts.

    Family Curator - LIVE Report 3: Remember Me!

    Instructions for a great wall art. I could use a vintage document from our family history and this would be so nice.

    Preserving Photos, Documents and Heirlooms from the Utah History & Genealogical Society

    A "family history" Shadowbox Collage. An assortment of important family heirloom objects, documents and photos arranged in a period style frame. All the objects were sewn into place, and the photos and documents were mounted using archival techniques in order to preserve these cherished items.

    I am bound to them, though I cannot look into their eyes or hear their voices. I honor their history. I cherish their lives. I will tell their story. I will remember them.

    This free eBook shares 40 fun and unique ideas and more than 10 printables for capturing your family's story and preserving your family history.

    EyeWitness to History - history through the eyes of those who lived it