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National Archives Recorded Your Ancestors: Eight Tips to using the NARA Collections

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For adults

 

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Kathleen Brandt
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Did you know the National Archives may hold vital records on your ancestors? This presentation shares eight tips for uncovering your ancestors' records regarding their military service, immigration, naturalization, and more using the National Archives. Learn which form to use, which archive to search, and how to appeal rejected requests.

 

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