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Nothing will get you going faster in African American genealogical research than this "Genealogy at a Glance" publication. In just four pages, Michael Hait, author of the popular CD The Family History Research Toolkit, lays out the basic elements of African American research, boiling the subject down to its essence and allowing you to grasp the fundamentals of African American research at a glance.

U.S. Federal Census Records (Genealogy at a Glance) by Kory L. Meyerink. $8.95. Series - Genealogy at a Glance. Publication: May 31, 2012. Publisher: Genealogical Pub Co; Crds edition (May 31, 2012)

Portion of Charles Ingalls's final certificate for his homestead. (Records of the Bureau of Land Management, RG 49

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A Growing Source for Free Genealogy: Digital Public Library of America

A Growing Source for Free Genealogy: Digital Public Library of America. It has more than 11.5 million digitized items and they're all available for free.

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Using Funeral Home Records for Genealogy

Funeral home records are a valuable family research resource providing information about church affiliations, education, military, memberships