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Where in the world…?

Where in the world…?

One of the goals of most genealogists with immigrant ancestors is the elusive: “When did they arrive in the Un
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Are You One of the One-Third?

Are You One of the One-Third?

I was born into a family where my paternal grandmother lived with us, and even though she died when I was 10 y
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Parlez-vous Tanguay?

Parlez-vous Tanguay?

Ah, French-Canadian genealogy research—a little English here, a little French there.
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Shiny and New

Shiny and New

Recently, we got to watch our young granddaughter’s excitement build as her birthday approached, and the
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A Vote of Thanks

A Vote of Thanks

August 18 marks the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th Amendment to the U.S.
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Revelations with Church Records

Revelations with Church Records

My great-grandfather has a rather common name, so it hasn’t been a piece of cake tracing his lineage to older
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Where Are the Records?

Where Are the Records?

Is Central and/or Eastern Europe the place of your ancestors?
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Letters from the Past

Letters from the Past

It is becoming a lost art, but I still love to write letters.
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MGC Is Going Virtual!

MGC Is Going Virtual!

While Mid-Continent Public Library has yet to
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Unprecedented Times: COVID-19 Oral History

Unprecedented Times: COVID-19 Oral History

In an effort to preserve the history of these unprecedented times, t
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Ancestry Library Edition Continues Home Access

Have you enjoyed having the privilege of using
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At the Heart of Your Roots

At the Heart of Your Roots

All of us are a product of biology and culture, nature and nurture, society and family.
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