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MooseRoots is a FamilySearch Compatible Computer App

MooseRoots is a leading genealogy research website that provides detailed information on more than 1 billion historical genealogical records. It is completely free to use. It is also a FamilySearch compatible computer app.

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5 Types of Maps Every Genealogist Should Know

Maps can show more than just roads. Learn about 5 different types of maps that can help you with your genealogy research.

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Divorce Records in the States

Divorce Records in the States | Divorce Records in the States There are official governmental documents. Research them.

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5 Photos You Should Take at the Cemetery

Cemetery photos are great in genealogy, but only if you get the right ones. Here are 5 photos you should take every time you go to the cemetery.

My Kith N Kin: Courthouse Research From Home. Click here to learn how to view hundreds of courthouse records from home...for FREE! #familysearch #records #probate #genealogy

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How to Build a Genealogy Research Plan

A genealogy research plan is more than a to-do list. It's a framework that guides your research and helps you be more productive and less frustrated.

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Am I Native American? How to Find My Indian Ancestors - Native American Genealogy

Am I Native American? How to Find My Indian Ancestors – Native American Genealogy | http://PowWows.com

Spreadsheet Magic - Importing Data From Ancestry.com. Easy step-by-step instructions for using spreadsheets in genealogy research.

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Turning Dry Genealogical Facts into Interesting Family History

Turning Dry Genealogical Facts into Interesting Family History — Pictures and Stories

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A Growing Source for Free Genealogy: Digital Public Library of America

A Growing Source for Free Genealogy: Digital Public Library of America. It has more than 11.5 million digitized items and they're all available for free.

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The Biggest Mistake in Reading Old Handwriting – and How to Avoid It

Reading old handwriting can be tricky. Here's how to avoid the most common mistake so you can better understand what that record says.

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15 Places to Find the Genealogy Records You Need

Where do I Find the Genealogy Records I Need? What records are available online? Do I need to travel? Do I need a subscription to one of those genealogy sites? These are all questions I am asked frequently. You've started your researching your genealogy.

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Online Death Indexes from all States

Online Search Death Certificates / Records by States| Using the death index / records can be of great assistance in making sure your family history has as much of the details as possible. Death records are kept in that state that an individual died in. Even if they never lived in a certain state, if they died there, records are kept. #DeathRecords #genealogy #StatebyState #SocialSecurity

Have you ever looked at church records to find your ancestors? If not, you're missing out on a valuable genealogical resource. Here's what you need to know.