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Click to your roots from Alabama to Wyoming on these 75 stellar state-focused websites.
A busy schedule can thwart family tree research, but these 23 tips will help you be smarter about your time.
The brand-new National Underground Railroad Freedom Center in Cincinnati delivers personal history alongside US history.
Researchers and historians around the globe have a better reason to celebrate Y2K - it's the 200th birthday of the Library of Congress.
The National Library of Scotland offers the Ask a Librarian service.
Atlanta gets a peach of a history research center.
Let a university librarian lead you to the hidden treasures for family historians in college and university libraries.
Michigan's Detroit Public Library is giving out-of-towners a break.
The Allen County (Ind.) Public Library contributes to WeRelate.
Librarians in selected Library of Congress reading rooms will conduct live online chats each weekday from 2 to 3 p.m. (EST).
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