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Webinar Syllabus: New Jersey Resources for Family History Research

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Despite its long history, New Jersey is known for several gaps in the records due to destruction, loss, and inconsistent recordkeeping. And to make research in the Garden State even...

Webinar Syllabus: Northern New England Resources at American Ancestors

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Created by American Ancestors Chief Genealogist David Allen Lambert and Genealogist Melanie McCombPublished: September 2020PDF Download, 8 pagesIn the 17th and early 18th centuries, Maine (then part of Massachusetts), New...

Webinar Syllabus: Ohio Genealogy: Go-To-Published Resources

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Whether Ohio was a final destination for your ancestor or a stop along their journey west, published genealogical resources for the state and the Western Reserve are important for many...

Webinar Syllabus: Pennsylvania Genealogy: Go-To Published Resources

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Many family historians’ genealogical journey takes them to Pennsylvania. Since its founding, Pennsylvania has seen countless waves immigrants settle within its borders. Luckily, there are many published resources that can...

Webinar Syllabus: Researching Black Civil War Veterans

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By the conclusion of the American Civil War, an estimated 179,000 Black men had served in the U.S. Army and another 19,000 in the Navy. In this online lecture, Researcher...

Webinar Syllabus: Researching Mariner Ancestors in New England

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Created by Susan Donnelly, Genealogist Published: April 2021 PDF Download, 11 pages For many living in New England during the 17th through 19th centuries, their livelihood and even survival was...

Webinar Syllabus: Researching the Deep South

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Created by Ann Lawthers, GenealogistPublished: June 2021PDF Download, 12 pages Do you have ancestors from the Deep South? In this webinar, Genealogist Ann Lawthers addresses key challenges in researching families...

Webinar Syllabus: Researching Urban Ancestors in the 19th and 20th Centuries

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Created by Danielle Cournoyer, ResearcherPublished: March 2021PDF Download, 8 pagesIn the 19th and early 20th centuries, American cities seemingly sprang up overnight as new industries, new immigrant populations, and new...

Webinar Syllabus: Researching War of 1812 Veteran Ancestors

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By the end of the War of 1812, nearly 35,000 American Regulars and 458,000 militia had served on land and sea. In this syllabus, Chief Genealogist David Allen Lambert provides...

Webinar Syllabus: Settlement House Research

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Settlement houses first appeared in the United States in the late 1880s, modeled after London’s Toynbee Hall. Located in neighborhoods largely comprised of poor and immigrant populations, the purpose of...

Webinar Syllabus: The Federal Census: Moving Beyond the Population Schedule

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Created by Lindsay Fulton, Vice President for Research and Library ServicesPublished: January 2021PDF Download, 20 pagesWhen most family historians think about the census, they think of the population schedule—the enumeration...

Webinar Syllabus: Tips for Interviewing Relatives

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Created by Stephanie Call, Associate Director of Archives and Education at Wyner Family Heritage Center at NEHGSPublished: December 2020PDF Download, 12 pages The oral tradition of a family is perhaps...
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