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Get Started with Ancestry.com Bundle

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If you want the hope, as well as the promise, of finding your ancestors' records, the tools in this Get Started with Ancestry.com Kit are your first step toward that goal.

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Family Maps Of Mcdonough County, Illinois, Deluxe Edition

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now McDonough County, Illinois, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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Instant Family Reunion Bundle

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There is no single element that makes for a successful family reunion. Putting together the perfect gathering requires careful planning and preparation. From scheduling a date and coordinating a venue with relatives, to supplying food and fun for the actual event.

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Follow The Evidence Video Download

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Learn how to mine your genealogy research for clues to your family history and find the evidence you need to solve your ancestor's mysteries.

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Family Maps Of Cumberland County, Illinois, Deluxe Edition

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Cumberland County, Illinois, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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A Genealogist's Guide To Eastern European Names

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Genealogists understand the value of a name and all the family history information names can provide. Now you can learn more about the Eastern European names in your family tree with this comprehensive guide. Discover the meaning of Eastern European names.

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Birds Of A Feather: Migration Patterns And Ethnicity Video Download

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Learn how to track your ancestors' immigration patterns with an overview of several different groups - from where they emigrated from to the major cities and regions they may have landed.

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Photo Detective: Hoppin Fun

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In this edition of Photo Detective, Maureen A. Taylor breaks down a photo of three farmers working in the fields, dealing with a grasshopper swarm. Judging photo quality to apparel, Taylor uncovers hidden clues in the developed film.

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Family Maps Of Morgan County, Indiana, Deluxe Edition (1-4203-1171-9)

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Morgan County, Indiana, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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How To Organize Family History Paperwork

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Family history research can quickly create mountains of paperwork. This book give you step-by-step instruction to effectively organize and digitize your genealogy research papers.

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English Genealogy Cheat Sheet

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Dig into your English ancestry with this at-a-glance guide to English genealogy basics. This cheat sheet download includes information about English genealogy records and how to find English records online, plus quick guides to the history and geography of England and Britain.

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Plan A Visit To A Living History Museum

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You can find out what unfamiliar-to-us foods they mightve eaten, what their clothing felt like, what current events they witnessed and what skills they needed to get through a day.

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Family Maps Of Crenshaw County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Crenshaw County, Alabama, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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Family Maps Of Decatur County, Iowa, Deluxe Edition (1-4203-1405-X)

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Decatur County, Iowa, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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Exploring Digital Newspapers On Genealogybank, Newspapers.Com And

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Learn how to search for your ancestors in historical newspapers.

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Family Maps Of Winnebago County, Illinois, Deluxe Edition

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Winnebago County, Illinois, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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Ellisisland.Org Web Guide

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For a complete explanation of the process of downloading a digital product from our Web site, please read our FAQ. Learn to master family history Web sites! Whether you're a beginner or a power user, Family Tree Magazine's pullout Web Guides show you how to make the most of popular online destinations. The eight-page EllisIsland.org Web Guide download includes: an in-depth description of how to use the site and its collectionsa quick-start guide and vital statisticsstep-by-step search secretsa cheat sheet of quick links, resources, hacks and shortcutsPlus, each guide contains active Web links for one-click access to every recommended online resource. You can view this PDF on your computer and print pages for reference.

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Google Drive Templates Bundle Bundle

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Use this genealogy templates bundle with Google Drive to extract, organize and store your family history research. These 9 research forms will allow you to track your information and store it on Google Drive.

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Family Tree Sourcebook: Alaska Genealogy Guide Digital Download

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Family Tree Sourcebook: Alaska Download Discover your Alaska roots with this indispensable directory of county and town records details. The Alaska section of the Family Tree Sourcebook puts essential genealogy information at your fingertips, including: A research summary with historical background, record highlights and genealogy tips Detailed listings of available records in each county, including when they started and where to get them Websites and contact information for libraries, archives, and genealogical and historical societies that may have records of your family-enhanced with live links so you can click directly to the repositories' websites A map showing county boundaries within Alaska A bibliography of additional resources to further your research This comprehensive guide to key Alaska sources will help you unlock the family history treasures hidden in county courthouses and other archives. And the convenient digital format means you can carry it to the library on your laptop or print out pages to tote in your research binder. Family Tree Sourcebook: Alaska Download Discover your Alaska roots with this indispensable directory of county and town records details. The Alaska section of the Family Tree Sourcebook puts essential genealogy information at your fingertips, including: A research summary with historical background, record highlights and genealogy tips Detailed listings of available records in each county, including when they started and where to get them Websites and contact information for libraries, archives, and genealogical and historical societies that may have records of your family-enhanced with live links so you can click directly to the repositories' websites A map showing county boundaries within Alaska A bibliography of additional resources to further your research This comprehensive guide to key Alaska sources will help you unlock the family history treasures hidden in county courthouses and other archives. And the convenient digital format means you can carry it to the library on

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Hungarian Genealogy Guide

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Let our guide take the bite out of tracing your clan in current and former Magyar lands.

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Making Sense Of Pre-1850 Censuses Video Download

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Making Sense of Pre-1850 Censuses Presenter: Maureen A. Taylor Duration: 30 minutes About this virtual conference class: Don't get tripped up by tick marks-this class will teach you techniques to tease useful clues from the early US censuses where all residents' names weren't recorded. What you'll learn: History of the census and genealogists' pre-1850 census problem Need-to-know facts about how census data were collected Year-by-year snapshot of census details, 1790 to 1840 Where to find pre-1850 census records online and offline How to use pre-1850 censuses in your genealogy research, including a case study

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Family Tree Magazine December 2009 Digital Edition

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FEATURES Medical Attention Learning about your ancestors' maladies can help revive your research-and even improve your own health. We'll show you how medical history can become your genealogical antidote. By Maureen A. Taylor DNA Fact or Science Fiction? Discover the truth behind six common genetic genealogy misconceptions-and figure out how DNA testing really fits into your family tree search. By Lauren Gamber Calling in the Pros Some genealogy jobs are best left to the professionals. When you need a hand, consult our don't-do-it-yourself guide. By Sunny McClellan Morton Deutsch Lands Trace your ancestry in Prussia, Bavaria and more with our guide to research in Germany's historical regions. By James M. Beidler Preservation RX Keep your clan's keepsakes healthy for future generations. Our preservation doctor writes prescriptions for treating 10 types of heirlooms. By Grace Dobush COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS Branching Out What's new in discovering, preserving and celebrating your family history: how genealogy sites protect their data meet our Difference Maker of the Year NUCMC turns 50 By Diane Haddad Web Guides Learn to master family history Web sites: Whether you're a beginner or a power user, our pullout guides show you how to make the most of popular online destinations, with how-to advice, navigation hints, screen-by-screen search techniques and cheat sheets of quick links and shortcuts. In this issue: GenealogyBank The Toolkit Reviews and roundups of the latest, greatest family history resources: DNA test results databases at a glance documenting online sources genealogy apps on Facebook The Book Report Edited by Allison Stacy Out on a Limb Exploring the gene pull. By Allison Stacy Making Connections Readers respond to Family Tree Magazine. History Matters A shot of vaccine history. By David A. Fryxell Everything's Relative Tales from the lighter side of family history. Now What? Answers to your questions on free African-Americans and vital-records restrictions. Preserving Memories Projects to express your ancest

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Family Maps Of Monroe County, Missouri, Deluxe Edition (1-4203-1446-7)

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Monroe County, Missouri, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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How To Search The Ancestry.Com Card Catalog Video Download

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Learn how to leverage the Card Catalog feature on Ancestry.com.

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Family Maps Of Calhoun County, Alabama, Deluxe Edition (1-4203-1313-4)

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Calhoun County, Alabama, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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Family Maps Of Iowa County, Wisconsin, Deluxe Edition (1-4203-1283-9)

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Iowa County, Wisconsin, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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Genealogy Workbook: Passenger Lists

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This workbook will show you all the genealogy information available in a passenger list, where and how to find them, as well as do-it-yourself worksheets to walk you through the process.

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Find A Grave: Best Practices Video Download

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Find A Grave, contains valuable information for searching for their ancestor's final resting place, but it's especially helpful for those whose grave sites are too far to visit in person. Learn how to make the most of this online resource that makes it easy for genealogists who want to find grave stones or submit information from cemeteries nearby.

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Birth Certificate Substitutes: Research Alternatives Video Download

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Learn how to find birth information even when the birth certificate is difficult to locate or doesn't exist, including the various types of birth records that may help you find your ancestors.

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Family Maps Of Acadia Parish, Louisiana, Deluxe Edition

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Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Acadia Parish, Louisiana, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries. Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds. The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s. Experts agree on the value of the Family Maps series: instant gratification! - Elizabeth Shown Mills, Author, Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace incredible on-going series. - Christine Rose, Author, Courthouse Research for Family Historians must have publications. - Dick Eastman, Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter a great service. - Sharon Tate Moody, former President, Association of Professional Genealogists

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