September 2011

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When was the 1945 Florida census taken?
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Social gaming company Funium has launched a genealogy-themed game for play on Facebook.
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The ability to take your tree with you and to view attached records makes this irresistible for any iPad- or iPhone-owning genealogist.
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Traverse the peaks and valleys of your family tree with our guide to tracing Appalachian ancestry.
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Digging into the city's multicultural roots can be both a challenge and a fiesta -- these tips and resources will get you started.
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With nearly a billion searchable historical records, the new FamilySearch.org offers brilliant possibilities for furthering your research. Our guide spotlights tips and hints for making the most of the website.
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Whether your Big Apple ancestors arrived in the city's infancy or later, you can easily connect with them through a treasure trove of records, repositories, historical groups and museums.
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If you already own Reunion for the Mac and an iPad, this is a no-brainer -- maybe the best $14.99 you've ever spent on genealogy.
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