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The Librarian's Guide to Genealogical Research -- Examples

Friday's post was about a book I've used many times and I recommended it to researchers, mainly for some unique forms. In my last paragraph, I indicated I wrote to the publisher for permission to share some examples with you. He responded today, and his reply was I could, as long as I print the credit, provided by the publisher. Example 1 is a checklist for Genealogical Research 1950-2000. Example 2 is a checklist of Personal Genealogy Sources. Example 3 is a Federal Census Chronology for following a person in several censuses from 1790 to 1860. All reprinted with permission from The Librarian's Guide to Genealogical Services and Research by James Swan. Copyright 2004 by James Swan. All rights reserved.

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10 Free Genealogy Sites: A Handy Infographic | Family History Daily

There are many free genealogy sites available on the web. Here is a handy reference of 10 of the largest and most useful free family history resources.

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Free Genealogy Research Sites for Every Single U.S. State

Digital documents form the backbone of modern genealogy research. The hardest part remains, however, in finding free resources. Luckily, many U.S. states have put a good deal of effort into making their records freely accessible online

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10 Places to Find the Free Genealogy Printables You Need

Looking for free printables to aid in your genealogy research? The right chart, form, template or worksheet can do wonders for any family historian hoping to get organized or trying to break down a frustrating brick wall. Here are 10 places you'll find them for free. Looking for free printables to aid in your genealogy research? The right chart, form, template or worksheet can do wonders for any family historian hoping to get organized or trying to break down a frustrating brick wall. Here are 10 places you'll find them for free.

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The Organized Family Historian: How to File, Manage, and Protect Your Genealogical Research and Heirlooms|Paperback

The Paperback of the The Organized Family Historian: How to File, Manage, and Protect Your Genealogical Research and Heirlooms by Ann Carter Fleming at

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An Amazing Free British Genealogy Resource: The Gazette

An Amazing Free British Genealogy Resource: The Gazette. This post looks at the often overlooked family history resource covering 350 years.

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15 Useful Free Scottish Genealogy Resources

15 useful and free Scottish genealogy resources for researchers tracing their roots in Scotland. Some of these resources may be new to the genealogist.

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While our website is in transition, Family Tree Store is temporarily offline. But we'll be back in mid-August. We apologize for the

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A Complete Tutorial on Genealogy Organization | The Sunburned Penguin

If you are anything like me, you have binders and file folders full of records, memorabilia, research, etc. on the many branches of your family tree.

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Ancestry for Free: Genealogy Research Sites That Don't Cost a Dime | Family History Daily

Can you really research your ancestry for free? Yes you can! Most seasoned genealogists know that there are an ever growing number of free family history

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