March 2011

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Uncovering clues in historical records.
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Start delving into the details of your own forebears’ daily lives by exploring 10 of our favorite social history sites.
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My great-grandfather was an assistant superintendent at Michigan's Sault Ste. Marie Locks in the mid- to late 1880s. How can I research his time there?
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Get better acquainted with your ancestors by researching their friends and neighbors. We'll introduce you to 11 places to find them.
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Two experts offer advice for tracing roots in the Gate City.
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To share or not to share? Follow these tips for safely including information about living relatives in your genealogy projects.
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Have missing records stymied your genealogical search? Follow our routes around three common research roadblocks to find the family information you need.
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Follow your kin to the far reaches of England’s empire with our pointers for researching British roots in Australia.
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Following in the footsteps of Google Labs and FamilySearch Labs, subscription website Ancestry.com has launched a new section of its site called Ancestry Labs.
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The 1919 house where Roots author Alex Haley said he first heard stories of his family's African heritage has become a museum.
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