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Perplexed by patents and plats? Confused by claims? Survey our beginner's guide to land records. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video on how to map your ancestor's property with the Bureau of Land Management's General Land Office website.
2/23/2015
Discover more about your family's home life with this guide to the most popular architectural styles of homes.
2/9/2015
Q. My ancestor received land in Ohio for his Revolutionary War service. Why can’t I find any trace of it on the General Land Offi ce Records site?
10/6/2014
Whether your ancestors lived in a state-land or public-land state affects the land records you'll look for. Learn which states fall into which category.
8/22/2014
Don't let long distances from your ancestral stomping grounds keep you from discovering the treasures in land records. The author of Locating Your Roots shares secrets for researching deeds without leaving home.
7/31/2014
With 2 million General Land Office patents to mine, the Bureau of Land Management's Web site is an El Dorado for public land records.
7/31/2014
101 Best Websites for 2011: Tools for using maps in your research
7/28/2014
Trace your family's paths, find your ancestors' homes and explore the old country.
7/23/2014
Follow this guide to learn how to best use the David Rumsey map collection for your research.
2/26/2013
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