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    Here is a list of 27 Colonial-era newspapers available online. Read more on the GenealogyBank blog: “27 Colonial Newspapers to Trace Your Early American Ancestry.” blog.genealogyban...

    Free Genealogy Tools Looking for your ancestors? Here are the best *free* family history tools that the web has to offer. Search US and international records, at no cost.

    The map that shows where America came from: Fascinating illustration shows the ancestry of EVERY county in the US Read more: Follow us: @MailOnline on Twitter | DailyMail on Facebook

    "Genealogy in Time" has published a top 100 list of genealogy websites. Pictured here is an excerpt of that list. Also check out AmericourtPride .us and LegacyStories .com

    American Colonies pre-Revolution

    Before the first recorded census there was the 1783 tax record, in some states. Then comes the 1789 tax record, again only in some states. Many of Virginia's early records were burned by the British. A real issue for a genealogist! ;p

    Extract and confirm all the information on a record #genealogy

    Looking for a list of free genealogy sites to search? Here are 50 no-cost family history resources where you will find birth, marriage and death records, o

    100,000 Family History Books now Online - Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

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    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...

    Oh my gosh! This is the exact one that my Gran had (and I have now). I haven't seen another one like it until now.

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

    HOW TO: Trace The History of a Name...Every name has a history. You can trace the history of your name to find its origin and meaning, or to build a family tree. You can use genealogy to research your family's history and find out about your ancestors. Tracing the history of a name takes time; however, there are online genealogy resources to assist you. This article gives you some great tips and ideas.

    Creating Pinterest Boards for Genealogy by Genealogy Girl Talks. Click the pin to learn more!

    Tracing Your Civil War Ancestor

    Golden Rules of Genealogy - I came across this neat graphic on the Got Genealogy? FB page. A simple summary of some “Golden Rules of Genealogy.” on the National Genealogical Society blog. Editor’s Note: the graphic contains a statement “You have our permission to use/publish these Golden Rules as much as you like. Just give us credit for them, okay?”

    Free Genealogy and Family History Online - The USGenWeb Project

    This website is dedicated to making ancestry research absolutely free and easy. Don't pay for what you might find for free. Make this website your one bookmark to the Ultimate index of absolutely Free Ancestry Resources.

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

    "The Library of Congress has one of the world's premier collections of U.S. and foreign genealogical and local historical publications. The Library's genealogy collection began as early as 1815 with the purchase of Thomas Jefferson's library."