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What is holding you back from making progress on your family history projects? Too many to count? Not knowing where to start? If just ..read more
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Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about how to use timelines to help you get started with your research project. As you ..read more
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Have you wondered how to apply traditional research techniques to your DNA analysis? By breaking my DNA matches into clusters, my search ..read more
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When using DNA test results as evidence in genealogy, it’s important to understand contextual information about DNA inheritance ..read more
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Censuses and vital records are the backbones of genealogical research.  Finding ancestors on every census and discovering their vital ..read more
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Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about how to focus your DNA research with an objective. If you feel overwhelmed by all the ..read more
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Have you heard the term “segment triangulation” associated with DNA and wondered what that meant? Perhaps you wondered if this could ..read more
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Today’s episode of Research Like a Pro is about how to prepare for a visit to a library or archive. These repositories hold valuable ..read more
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For most of us, the goal of genetic genealogy is to identify how our DNA matches are related to us. We want to determine our common ..read more
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What is the FAN Club and how do you use it in your research? When working on family history, we tend to forget about all the people that ..read more

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