Adams County Historical Society - Lind, Washington
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Facsimile copies of the enumeration forms used in the decennial census of the United States from 1860 through 2000, and the 2000-2006 American Community Survey
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Free online translation in 20 languages
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Common terminology and legal words found in genealogy work
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Downloadable maps and fact sheets. By Beverly Whitaker
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Research Outlines available for download
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Reference documents available for download
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Newspaper articles about events that touched our ancestors' lives - floods, fires, epidemics, etc.
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Find an A-Z list of states' genealogy resources
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PBS offers assistance with genealogy research, including tips and guidance for how to conduct research into extended family history.
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The Dallas Public Library offers tips for researching your family history. Libraries are often the starting point for a genealogy project!
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An article by Andrea Davis, this gives basic information for starting family research.
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Figure an approximation of today's monetary value for your ancestor's pay each week!
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A non-profit library of millions of free books, movies, software, music and more
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These free downloadable genealogy forms make finding and organizing ancestry search easy. Copy and keep ancestor's information in your own records, and track your research, data you've collected, records, family trees, family groups and more with these forms.
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What day of the week was your ancestor born? Figure any calendar with this handy tool
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A Glossary of Archaic Medical Terms, Diseases and Causes of Death - The Genealogist's Resource for Interpreting Causes of Death
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Soundex match surnames that sound similar but have different spellings. It was originally used by the National Archives to index the U.S. censuses
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Resources for genealogists at the National Archives
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Historic events from the Big Bang to 1899
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Find a state-by-state database of genealogical information and resources on this site.
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The Geographic Names Information System (GNIS) is a useful tool for locating cemeteries, or finding historic names of towns and geographic features.
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Useful for finding archived web pages
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Searchable database of family trees
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A blog by Phyllis Matthews Ziller with ideas and resources for writing your family history
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