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The following information from Brigham Young University (BYU) sounds as though their Conference on Family History and Genealogy will be fascinating as well as educational: “The 43rd annual BYU Conference on Family History and Genealogy may not be making history, but participants are preparing to find it. Approximately 600-700 participants are taking part in more […]

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After searching through all the well-known and not so well known databases only to hit a brick wall, we often overlook some very useful resources. With a lot of family history research done online it’s easy to forget about the other resources like books, genealogy magazines, periodicals and gazetteers that are often great sources of […]

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Sandy on January 7th, 2011

Technology has radically transformed world communication during the last few years and consequently the changes in the rapidly expanding field of genealogy are also radical. For most people the changes at the personal level are significant since it’s now much easier and faster to document family histories using online databases that only a short while […]

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