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United States Census: 1790 History and Instructions

Census records are so important to your research. Learn the history behind the first U. S. Population Census of 1790. Continue reading

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Tracing African-American Enslaved Peoples & Families: 10 Free books to get you started

Tracing African-American enslaved people in your family tree can be more difficult at times. Here is a Free book list of helpful resources from the Internet Archive. Continue reading

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What is “Reclaim The Records”?….and why you need to follow them.

What is Reclaim The Records?…and why you need to follow them. Continue reading

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Nebraska Death Index (1904 – 1968) is now FREE Online!

The Nebraska Death Index (1904 -1968) is now available FREE and online thanks to the efforts of one of my favorite groups – Reclaim the Records! Continue reading

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