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For our ancestors living in rural America—where half the US population resided as late as 1920—mail-order catalogs served “not only as a marketing tool, but also as school readers, almanacs, symbols of abundance and progress, and objects of fantasy and desire,” according to the Encyclopedia of Chicago (a city that was home to both Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck. Read about how mail-order catalogues might have shaped your ancestors' lives.
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Do ship manifests from the Baltimore City Archives still exist? Expert answers for your genealogical questions.
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Let the Land of Enchantment charm you with its family history resources.
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Find contact information for archives, libraries and other genealogical organizations in Indiana.
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For our ancestors living in rural America—where half the US population resided as late as 1920—mail-order catalogs served “not only as a marketing tool, but also as school readers, almanacs, symbols of abundance and progress, and objects of fantasy and desire,” according to the Encyclopedia of Chicago (a city that was home to both Montgomery Ward and Sears Roebuck. Read about how mail-order catalogues might have shaped your ancestors' lives.
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Learn more about the Empire State's history.
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Discover the premier resources for tracing your Granite State pedigree.
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