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What was the Oregon Trail? Here's what you need to know about this important part of American History, and how you can discover whether your ancestors traveled it.

The Oregon trail is popular in the historical lore of the United States. It is a 2,200-mile trail that led pioneers across the North American continent to the West Coast. Fur traders, explorers, gold miners, and pioneer families all used and helped…

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What is the Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in America, and why should you join? Here's what you need to know about this prestigious lineage society.

Are you interested in joining lineage societies? Or, maybe you are just interested in studying history. If history is your thing, then the Order of the Crown of Charlemagne in America is a good group to connect with to learn about European history from…

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Locating the birthplaces of your ancestors is an important part of genealogy. It can open up whole new lines of research to you.

Locating the birthplaces of your ancestors is an important part of genealogy. It can open up whole new lines of research to you. Subscribe via iTunes | Subscribe via Android | Subscribe via YouTube [smart_track_player…

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Locating the birthplaces of your ancestors is an important part of genealogy. It can open up whole new lines of research to you.
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Are you looking for some free sources of genealogical information online that are quality sources? Try these four free genealogy websites.

While subscription genealogy websites have a lot of information that can’t be found anywhere else, not everyone can afford a membership, even to the cheaper sites. With the economy the way it is, people have to prioritize their budgets, and as much as…

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Have you heard of the mystery of the Princes in the Tower? Who were they, and what connection did they have to the Wars of the Roses? Here's their story.

Ah, the Princes in the Tower. Most people have heard of them and know there is a mystery surrounding their disappearance at the Tower of London, where they were supposedly being kept for their own safety. Yet, how many people know the story of the Princes…

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Why should you take notes in genealogy? How should they be taken to ensure accuracy in your research? On today’s episode of the Ancestral Findings podcast you'll discover it all and improve your research skills.

Why should you take notes in genealogy? How should they be taken to ensure accuracy in your research? On today’s episode of the Ancestral Findings podcast you’ll discover it all and improve your research skills. Subscribe via iTunes | Subscribe via…

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Why should you take notes in genealogy? How should they be taken to ensure accuracy in your research? On today’s episode of the Ancestral Findings you'll discover it all and improve your research skills. http://www.GenealogyGold.com

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The thrill of tracing the lineage of your family through the ages is brought to life with Genealogy Helps, Volume 3.

The thrill of tracing the lineage of your family through the ages is brought to life with Genealogy Helps, Volume 3.  Brimming full of ideas, tips and advice on what to look for and where to find it, this is one book which you cannot afford to miss…

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Are you still looking for an elusive maiden name in your family tree? Here are three new suggestions to help you uncover it and discover a new family line.

There are hundreds, if not thousands, of articles online about various ways to discover the maiden names of our female ancestors. It is a common genealogical topic because women are so often merged completely with their husbands in the historical records…
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