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Megan Smolenyak on YouTube

Megan Smolenyak on YouTube

A Little-Known Government Genealogy Service - USCIS provides genealogy information that may be difficult or impossible to obtain elsewhere. The records include naturalization files, visa applications, and citizenship tests, and may reveal family secrets and mysteries. In addition to relatives, historians or researchers can also request files.

A Little-Known Government Genealogy Service - USCIS provides genealogy information that may be difficult or impossible to obtain elsewhere. The records include naturalization files, visa applications, and citizenship tests, and may reveal family secrets and mysteries. In addition to relatives, historians or researchers can also request files.

Finding familial links      Pam Stone Eagleson delivers a talk on genealogy at the Kennebunk Free Library on Saturday. (JEFF LAGASSE/Journal Tribune)  Kennebunk genealogy group discusses stories of family artifacts

Finding familial links Pam Stone Eagleson delivers a talk on genealogy at the Kennebunk Free Library on Saturday. (JEFF LAGASSE/Journal Tribune) Kennebunk genealogy group discusses stories of family artifacts

The AfriGeneas Channel on YouTube

The AfriGeneas Channel on YouTube

Manage Your Genealogy Papers

Manage Your Genealogy Papers

Using the DAR | DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). In their Ancestor Database, the simple-style search form has you place a surname and given name for an ancestor who might have served in the military or as a civilian during the American Revolution.

Using the DAR

Using the DAR | DAR (Daughters of the American Revolution). In their Ancestor Database, the simple-style search form has you place a surname and given name for an ancestor who might have served in the military or as a civilian during the American Revolution.

Caroline Pointer on YouTube

Caroline Pointer on YouTube

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