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If you lack pictorial proof of your fraternal order ancestor, try these tips to fill in the photographic blanks.
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It’s not always clear whether a record names your relative. Sanitarium records may hold the answers this genealogist needs.
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Don't be mystified by tracing ancestors who joined the Odd Fellows, Masons, Knights of Pythias and other “secret” societies. Let our guide initiate you into fraternal-order research.
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Check out Family Tree Magazine's Genealogy Conferences and Events Calendar for information about local, regional and national genealogy conferences.
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Ellis Islands American Immigrant Wall of Honor.
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Accessing Eugenics Record Office files
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Tips on researching Woodmen of the World
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Knowing how the Masons developed and are organized will help you investigate your family's involvement.
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My great-grandfather was an assistant superintendent at Michigan's Sault Ste. Marie Locks in the mid- to late 1880s. How can I research his time there?
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Resources to research your fraternal ancestors.
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