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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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How to Preserve Your Genealogy Research

You've spent time, energy, and money tracing your family tree. Take these steps to preserve your genealogy research for future generations.

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How to Find Ancestors Who Came to the U.S. Through Ellis Island

How to Find Your Ancestors Who Passed Through Ellis Island.

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How to Find Ancestors Who Came to the U.S. Through Ellis Island

How to Find Your Ancestors Who Passed Through Ellis Island.

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

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Using DAR Datebases

Using DAR Datebases | The DAR Genealogical Research System (GRS) is a free…

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Genealogy_Consanguinity

pp: Genealogy Consanguinity & DNA — Genealogy DNA Kinship ~ Genealogy Consanguinity This is a beautiful data visualization tool of “relatedness” (Consanguinity) between yourself and an ancestor/descendant. Stanczyk loves good STEM. Mr. Tierney modified his excellent chart to add, “What percentage of DNA do you share with your family members”. genealogy familyhistory

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

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Back to Genealogy Basics - The 1800 Census Records

Today we are going to talk about the 1800 census records. Like the 1900 census records, the 1800 census records are often a first go-to record. Back through the 1850 census, each individual of a household is listed. This is a great for the you as a genealogist.

Whether family history research is your newest hobby or a lifelong passion -- pitfalls are everywhere and sometimes they’re hard to spot. These important dos and don’ts will help you avoid some of the most common issues.

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Using DAR.org to Research Early American Ancestors

Did you know that the DAR library has over 40,000 family history resources and genealogies? That's just some of the valuable information in their library collection, and you don't have to be a member of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution to benefit from it!