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Developing Your Research Skills
Free Online Classes
Beginning Genealogy
Lessons include:
Mapping the Course and Equipment for the Hunt
Shedding Light on Your Clues
Trail Guides for Ancestral Hunters
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Internet Genealogy
Lessons include:
Conducting an Oral History
Historical Timelines and Resources
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Tracing Immigrant Origins
Lessons include:
Reading the Place Name
Evidence in Print: Local Histories and Biographies

Deciphering Documents and Handwriting
How to Read Old Documents
Reading Handwriting
Spelling Doesn't Count
Names and Word Spellings
Tips for Reading Old Records, Part 1
Tips for Reading Old Records, Part 2

Finding Female Ancestors
Discovering Your Female Ancestors' Private Lives
Finding Female Ancestors
Interviewing Mom and Grandma

Oral Histories
Preparing to Interview a Witness
People as Sources for Family History
Organizing Oral History Information
The Importance of Oral Histories
Interviewing Mom and Grandma
Get Nosy with Aunt Rosey
Effective Interviews

Researching Where Your Ancestor Lived
Local Histories: Using and Evaluating
Gazetteers and Atlases
Maps in Family History Research
Researching New York City in the 18th and 19th Century

Looking Outside Your Family for Clues
The Bigger Picture
Using Timelines in Your Research

Ideas to Help You over the Brick Wall
Déjà vu — Revisiting Your Research
Impossible and Improbable
Just the Facts
Missing Fathers

Researching Your Medical History
Tracing Your Health History
Outdated Medical Terms
Just for the Health of It
Understanding Outdated Medical Terms

Professional Genealogists
Determining When You Need a Professional Genealogist
How to Become a Professional Genealogist

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