Adoption

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If an adopted or orphaned ancestor is impeding your research progress, use these 11 strategies to foster new family tree finds.
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Advice on obtaining records of an ancestral adoption.
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The Canadian Centre for Home Children is attempting to reconnect former home children and their descendants with their lost relatives through a new online database.
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Resources for genealogical research of adoptions.
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Tracing orphaned ancestors.
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For the 32 million Americans whose families have been touched by adoption, even the immediate past can be a puzzle. Here's how to start finding your family tree when your roots are a secret.
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Web sites, books and more
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US research is the focus of this episode, with the best websites for state research and the Washington State Digital Archive. Plus: tips for using US vital records from Family Tree University, news from FamilySearch and tips for organizing your heirlooms.
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Should you trace biological family or adoptive family?
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