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Freedmen’s Bureau Records: A Genealogist’s Guide

Everyone has their “go-to” record collection for research. But what do you do once you’ve looked at it? You see a name, identify your ancestor, and maybe gain other details like a location or date. What do you do next? How does finding information on a document enhance your research? Is it another lead? Have you considered its accuracy? My recent work has been locating descendants of enslaved…

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Source: Family Tree Magazine.com

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