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Wide-Angle Census Searches
Sandy Hack shows us why it's important to look beyond your own family and to search the neighborhood too
Forwarding Addresses From the Past
David A. Norris explores the many ways that addresses can be used to research your family history
Christmas Cards: A New Christmas Tradition
George Matheson discovers a wealth of memories and even a few genealogical clues in old Christmas cards found in the attic.
Special Collections: A Source Worth the Exploration
Sharon A. Wilson looks at the myriad of special collections accessible through public libraries and other institutions
Finding My Family From Wales: Where to Begin?
Donna Potter Phillips tells us why it's important to have a solid research plan
Wooden Shoe Genealogy: Grounding Your Family in the Netherlands Part II
J.H. Fonkert, CG continues his look at researching Dutch and Frisian ancestors
Book Review: Empire of Death: A Cultural History of Ossuaries and Charnel Houses
Smiljka Kitanovic reviews Paul Koudounaris' book
Dating Old Photographs Through Fashion
Betty Kreisel Shubert shares her thoughts on how to solve the problem of dating old photos
The Strangling Angel: Diphtheria
Carol Richey looks at the history of a disease that was once the leading killer of children in the 18th and 19th centuries
The Back Page
Dave Obee looks at the mystery of a Victoria Cross honoree who seems to be eluding researchers at every turn