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How to Keep Your Research on Track

By December 17, 2012

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Have you ever begun an evening researching Great Grandma Emeline and found yourself browsing online census records for your spouse's family instead? Does a new message board post or other genealogical discovery distract you from what you were doing and send you off willy-nilly in a new direction? If you feel as if your family history search has you wandering aimlessly from clue to clue, try these tips for pulling everything together and keeping your research on track.

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December 18, 2012 at 1:12 am
(1) danielle says:

I just discovered a great free online resource for searching archived USA based small town newspapers (news, photos, obituaries, etc) via the website of archiving company Small Town Paperís website. Itís definitely worth checking out!

http://www.smalltownpapers.com/index.php

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