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RootsWeb's Guide to Tracing Family Trees
Lesson 10: Social Security Death Index
Lesson 11: Taxing Tales
Lesson 12: Creating Worthwhile Genealogies: Evidence, Sources, Documentation,and Citation
Lesson 13: Military Records (Worldwide)
Lesson 14: Military Records (United States)
Lesson 15: Tracing Immigrant Ancestors
Lesson 16: Naturalization Records
Lesson 17: Church Records
Lesson 18: Fraternal Organizations
Lesson 19: Heraldry for Genealogists
Lesson 1: Where to begin?
Lesson 20: City Directories and Newspapers
Lesson 21: Tracing Irish, Scotch-Irish and Scottish Ancestors
Lesson 22: Italian Roots & Hispanic Heritage
Lesson 23: Scandinavian Roots
Lesson 24: Oh, Canada!
Lesson 25: Ethnic Roots
Lesson 26: Germanic Ancestors
(Plus: Austrians, Dutch, Belgians, Swiss, Luxembourgers, and Liechensteiners).
Lesson 27: Polish, Russians, Czechs, Hungarians, Croatians, Slovakians, etc.
Lesson 28: English, Welsh, Australian, New Zealand, South Africa, India, South Pacific Islands
Lesson 29: American Land Records
Lesson 2: What's in a name?
Lesson 30: Court Records
Lesson 31: Adoption and Orphans Research
Lesson 3: Using technology to dig up roots
Lesson 4: Vital Records: Death, Tombstones and Cemeteries
Lesson 5: Vital Records: Marriage Records and Evidence
Lesson 6: Vital Records: Birth Records
Lesson 7: What is the question?
Lesson 8: Spelling of Names
Lesson 9: Census Records: Soundex, Indexes and Finding Aids
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