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Learn the best search strategies for researching your genealogy in the Library of Congress website.
4/22/2014
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' (LDS) genealogy arm, Family-Search, has microfilmed millions of records and books from all over the globe. Use this tutorial to learn how to order the microfilms.
11/19/2013
How do I learn more about a Civil War ancestor who was a prisoner of war?
10/30/2013
Learn how to use your digital camera to "scan" family documents and pictures.
7/9/2013
Who has the time to hunt down genealogical treasures scattered across thousands of distant repositories? You do—with our three-step guide to WorldCat.
4/9/2013
A busy schedule can thwart family tree research, but these 23 tips will help you be smarter about your time.
2/7/2013
Give your research a long-lasting legacy: Follow these six steps to get your family history book into the library stacks.
11/6/2012
Use these eight genealogy resources to help your Latin American family tree research along.
9/24/2012
Newspaper articles can offer loads of genealogical details about your ancestors, but they can be difficult to track down. Use this step-by-step guide to get started on Journalism's Voyage West.
8/7/2012
From state vital records and censuses to historical books and immigration data, this year’s 101 Best Websites list features tools that can bust your brick walls—but not your budget.
5/17/2012
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