How to Find Enumeration District Maps

How to Find Enumeration District Maps

Looking for enumeration district maps for the U.S. Federal Census? You're not alone! Recently Genealogy Gems podcast listener Michelle in Denver, Colorado, wrote in with this question: "Where can I find individual enumeration district maps? I don't need a state-wide...

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Midwestern Roots Registration Starts Today!

Midwestern Roots Registration Starts Today!

I have roots in Indiana and have longed to travel to Hoosier state to conduct some much needed genealogy research. So you can imagine how happy I was to be invited to keynote at the upcoming Midwestern Roots 2014: Family History and Genealogy Conference being held...

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Obituaries in Newspapers are Going Online

Obituaries in Newspapers are Going Online

More obituaries gleaned from newspapers are going online. This is welcome news for those researching their  genealogy. Recently I blogged about BillionGraves' new Supporting Records feature that allows users to upload documentation relating to ancestors' deaths. This...

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7 Great Ways to Use Your iPad for Genealogy and Family History

7 Great Ways to Use Your iPad for Genealogy and Family History

Did you know your iPad or tablet computer can be one of your best genealogy buddies? It makes it easy to access and share family trees, documents, and photos on-the-go. It can even help you gather NEW family history treasures: images, interviews and more. However,...

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National Archives Facilities Closing

National Archives Facilities Closing

National Archives (US) facilities are closing or restructuring in three locations. But steps are being taken to maintain access (local or online) to the treasure trove of research materials at these facilities. A recent press release states, "As part of ongoing budget...

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