Thursday, July 08, 2004

Ancestry.com - Browse the Library Browse the Library· 5 items added in the last seven days · 8514 total items now in the Library

• How-to (1773)
Discover the basics of family history research, and learn how to organize and document your work effectively. • Preserving Family History (801)
Preserve precious heirlooms and learn how to record and write about your family history and traditions for future generations.

• Record Sources (1276)
Learn how to use various records to trace your family history, including vital, census, and a plethora of others available from government and private sources. • Home Sources (205)
Your home is the source of a number of clues to your family's past. Learn how to identify unique, fascinating, and often overlooked details from ordinary objects.

• Family Origins (414)
Finding family origins is both interesting and challenging. Tap into general immigration records and instructions to trace ethnic groups. • Religion (79)
Discover step-by-step instructions to find and effectively use the records and information of various denominations.

• Technology (866)
Follow the changing role of technology and stay current with the latest trends in software, databases, Web sites, distance research, and more. • Genealogy Products (570)
With literally thousands of books, periodicals, software and other genealogical supplies available, it is important to know which ones are most useful for your research.

• Organizations (675)
Genealogical societies, historical organizations, museums, libraries, and archives can lead researchers to rich sources of information. • Current Events (945)
Stay current with the latest news and learn what records are available, which ones are at risk, and how you can influence decisions regarding access and preservation.

• Geography (198)
Learn useful tools and techniques, as well as how to use maps, atlases, and gazetteers for discovering the place your ancestors called home. • Historical Context (475)
Discover the rest of the story with biographical details and historical facts to add life and inspiration to your family history.

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