July 2011 Articles
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Twitter has tons of historical trivia to offer.
Readers respond to Family Tree Magazine.
Unravel shifting borders, changing rulers and other research binds with our guide to tracing Croatian roots.
How do I go about looking for old prison records in California without spending a lot of money?
What can you tell me about the American Bible Union? I found a certificate in our family Bible stating that an ancestor, James Hitching, donated a dime to this group Nov. 24, 1867.
Facebook is a great tool for genealogy: You can keep in touch with family, share photos and even tap into free apps designed with family historians in mind.
Catch a glimpse of the family histories NBC brought to America's living rooms in this second-season scrapbook.
A longtime Abraham Lincoln researcher, honored in 1998 for discovering the last document Lincoln ever signed, was banned from NARA after confessing to doctoring the date on that paper.
Will a numerology report return any genealogical insights?
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