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"Everyone needs to know who they are. They need to know something about their background. They need to know the traits that run through their lines and that will tell you a lot about your present-day actions. The Freedmen’s Project will fill in those gaps.”
—Ambassador Diane Watson PhD, Retired member of Congress #DiscoverFreedmen #Ancestry http://oak.ctx.ly/r/36z7k
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Which genealogy clue found in the Freedmen’s Bureau records do you see first? Share – then learn how Freedmen’s Bureau records provide rich details that can enrich a family legacy http://oak.ctx.ly/r/3apsx
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Learn more about United States Independence Day with some of LIFE magazine’s most “American” covers. http://oak.ctx.ly/r/39df4
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Lists seem to be a trend of popular websites today, but did you know that format can be traced back to newspapers from the 1800s? It was very common to have tables of information, along with republished information and content that had been immensely popular. 
"Many 19th-century newspapers are comprised primarily of content from other newspapers."
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The Leitzell sisters on a Sunday drive in 1937. How do you like to spend time with family? 
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My/our main companions - children and grandchildren.
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Throwback Thursday: This cutie, Leon J. Parker, helps with the laundry on a summer day in the 1940s. #TBT #ThrowbackThursday
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Exciting news from FamilySearch.org: With combined indexes and record images now in a hybrid record view, it takes fewer clicks to find historical records and your ancestors. Thanks to all the volunteers who have indexed billions of names and digitized them, searching for your ancestors is much easier. See for yourself.
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“Never bend your head. Hold it high. Look the world straight in the eye.” —Helen Keller
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Everyone loves a parade! Especially G.E. Scott, who decorated his bike for the local fair parade. Happy #IndependanceDay to the U.S.A. 
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"I often think about how people in other parts of the world know our history better than we know it. I think it’s important to know your history in order to understand how hard people have paved the way for you to have a brighter future. . . If our children understand the struggles and the triumphs of earlier generations, it should make them more prone to study and achieve and try to excel beyond our current standards.”
Kimberly Freeman #DiscoverFreedmen
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When tackling even the largest task, always remember these wise words: “Nothing is particularly hard if you divide it into small jobs.”
Henry Ford
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Freedmen’s Bureau: African Americans Shine a Light on Their Ancestors http://oak.ctx.ly/r/38xpn
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