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Your early-settler ancestor may have lived in several different counties even if he didn't move an inch. Here's how to figure out those shifting county boundaries and tell which county has the genealogy records you need.
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Solidify cousin matches with these methods of researching and analyzing your autosomal DNA.
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Take a look at this map from just before the Great Famine that decimated Ireland's population.
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FamilySearch.org keeps adding new record collections, but an old standby—the International Genealogical Index (IGI)—remains one of the site's most useful resources.
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Explore Civil War genealogy records and history at these top 10 online destinations. Plus: State-by-state Civil War websites and resources for offline research.
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Over the years, Bostonians have compiled information on local forebears into several excellent collections. These are some of our favorites.
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Not quite sure how or where to start your genealogical research? Follow these 10 easy tips for using Ancestry.com to get on course fast. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video about why errors occur on Ancestry.com and how to correct them.
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These appetizing conversation starters will get the juicy family history talk flowing at your next get-together.
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Need a quick burst of inspiration? Try these 10 techniques to flesh out those elusive ancestors.
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Start delving into the details of your ancestors' daily lives by exploring 10 of our favorite (and free!) social history websites.
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