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Case Study: Using Newspapers to Reconstruct an Ancestor’s Story

The degree to which we are able to learn about the lives of our ancestors—beyond just names, dates and locations—depends on our meticulousness, the information available (either online or offline), and our skill set. It also depends on whether we’ve taken advantage of all avenues available to us in our family history quest. Moving beyond the low-hanging fruit (e.g., a census, a death certificate…


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