A new industry has been created from the human curiosity to know who our ancestors are and where they came from. From the entertainment and mass media spotlighting genealogical stories, like Alex Haley’s Roots...
9 Feb, 2015
Introduction: Countless civil, military, and religious records are available for family researchers looking for information on ancestors, yet right under our nose is an often overlooked free genealogical repository: The Oral Interview. Nothing better...
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