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Maps From 1800 | United States in Early 1800's

This site shows an historic chart of United States, and Maps

Before the first recorded census there was the 1783 tax record, in some states. Then comes the 1789 tax record, again only in some states. Many of Virginia's early records were burned by the British. A real issue for a genealogist! ;p

Before the first recorded census there was the 1783 tax record, in some states. Then comes the 1789 tax record, again only in some states. Many of Virginia's early records were burned by the British. A real issue for a genealogist!

Historical Map of the United States including the State of Franklin

Today in 1784 Western North Carolina (now eastern Tennessee) declares itself an independent state under the name of Franklin; it is not accepted into the United States, and only lasts for four years.

The progression of photographic formats in the 1800s. Nearly all consumer photographs in the 19th century were produced by one of these technologies. #ancestry #genealogy #familyhistory #familytree

"Most Common Photographic Types of the Century" ~ Nearly all consumer photographs in the were produced by one of these technologies. By recognizing the photographic format, you can more easily date the photo and your ancestor.

Recently, GenealogyInTime put together their annual "state of the genealogy industry" stats, with the "Top 100 Genealogy Websites." I have to admit that, while I tend to be a numbers geek, it can b...

Recently, GenealogyInTime put together their annual "state of the genealogy industry" stats, with the "Top 100 Genealogy Websites." I have to admit that, while I tend to be a numbers geek, it can b.

Using the death index / records can be of great assistance in making sure your family history has as much of the details as possible. Death records are kept in with state that an individual died in. Even if they never lived in a certain state, if they died there, records are kept.

Online Death Indexes from all States

Using the death index / records can be of great assistance in making sure your family history has as much of the details as possible. Death records are kept in with state that an individual died in. Even if they never lived in a certain state, if they die

State by State index of church records transcribed by volunteers from US GenWeb

Church Records Project ~ USGenWeb Archives Project State by State index of church records transcribed by volunteers from US GenWeb

Search for your ancestors on 100+ free state research sites.

Absolutely Free Genealogy Research Sites for Every Single U.S. State

Genealogy Research in the Southern United States | Legacy Tree

genealogy research in southern states: it really is challenging. "Burned counties," illiteracy/poor records, etc. I keep running into people in North Carolina and then immediately getting stuck.

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