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Online Resources

There are a number of resources online which can offer the budding author help with their family history project such as dictionaries, citation guides, writing classes, etc. Below are a few sites listing guidelines and advice about writing a family history (you can never have enough advice about undertaking such a project!), and a list of sites which contain ideas about biographical and oral history questions you can use to add interest to your text.

Writing A Family History

Here are a few sites online which offer basic advice:

Biographical Questions

In order to keep the text on individuals from being as dry as dust, it can be helpful to answer biographical questions about them. There are a few sites online which have oral history and biography questions that the savvy researcher can use to spice up the biographical details of their ancestors:

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