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Have you ever got lost looking at a large family tree on Geni? Check out these tips to navigate your way faster and easier.

Tips to navigate large trees faster and easier on Geni

Check out these New Year's Resolutions for Every Kind of Genealogist #genealogy

What a fun resolution! Check out these genealogy resolutions that will help bring a little historical light to your year.

One of the oldest and best FREE online sources for various records related to genealogy research. I've been part of this project in the past and still contribute records. All of the content has been submitted by volunteers. Be sure to check out the Project Archives for additional records that may not be on the county pages.

US Gen Web . One of the oldest and best FREE online sources for various records related to genealogy research. Be sure to check out the Project Archives for additional records that may not be on the county pages.

Olive Tree Genealogy Blog: Easy Steps to Organizing, Scanning, Preserving & Sharing Family Photos

Easy Steps to Organizing, Scanning, Preserving & Sharing Family Photos

Geni Tips: Use Flip Nodes to See Profile Details in the Family Tree

Geni Tips: Use Flip Nodes to See Profile Details in the Family Tree

Do you have "kissing cousins" in your family tree? Learn how to show these relationships in your Geni tree here http://www.geni.com/blog/geni-tips-how-to-add-married-cousins-to-your-family-tree-388308.html

Geni Tips: How to Add Married Cousins to Your Family Tree

How to Improve the FamilySearch Family Tree by Applying the Genealogical Proof Standard

Have you ever wondered why you are asked to type a reason statement every time you change information or add a source to the FamilySearch (FS) Family Tree? Are you a genealogist frustrated …

Martha Stewart Living, Volume 68 April 1999    When you begin to explore how your own life story fits into a larger whole, you embark on an adventure. The following tips will help you begin your own genealogical search:

Researching Your Family Tree

Don't know enough to create your family tree? Unveil your family history by beginning your own genealogical search that involves conducting family interviews, collecting records, and getting in touch with others who share your interest or family name.

This website has many papers, charts, and kits to help preserve family memories, Scrapbook Your Family Tree.

by Scrapbook Your Family Tree A basic x – Scrapbook/Genealogy Kit with enough charts to complete a 4 generation family history book.

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