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Got a wee bit (or more) of Scottish ancestry? You're in luck: The best records for researching ancestors in Scotland are online, and we'll show you where.
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Use our guide to research your Italian roots and fall in love with the heritage of your famiglia.
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Don't let your family history wind up in a dumpster or shredder. Glean critical ancestral information from these six genealogy sources—before they disappear.
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The Library of Congress' website is full of fantastic information for genealogists, just waiting for you to tap into
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Searching newspapers once meant hours of scrolling through microfilmed pages. But now you can search through millions of online newspaper pages at once and find articles about your ancestors in seconds.
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The Archives.gov website describes historical records at the National Archives and Record Administration’s (NARA) Washington, D.C., headquarters and branches around the country.
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MyHeritage boasts more than 7 billion historical records, 2 billion-plus names in family trees, and millions of photos.
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Get the most out of the genealogy and military website Fold3 with our easy-to-follow how to guide
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Learn how to use FamilySearch with this easy-to-follow guide
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Ancestry.com, the largest commercial genealogy website, went online in 1996. Based in Utah, it has localized websites in nine countries.
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