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Research Notes 2019-7-8

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Are you researching ancestors who served in World War I? If so, you may find the WWI Genealogy Research Guide useful. The U.S. World War One Centennial Commission and the Doughboy Foundation commissioned the guide and are offering at no cost.

To get a copy of this guide, go to the WWI Centennial Commission website and fill in the form. They will email you a PDF edition of the guide. Supplies are limited so don’t wait too long to submit your request.

While you are visiting their site, take a look around at all the other information available. It’s quite impressive.

 

The Tennessee State Library and Archives has built a fascinating online presentation of Patriot Paths – Tennessee’s Revolutionary War Veterans. See how the land grants soldiers received “in lieu of payment for their services” helped open what was then the western frontier.

 
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If you have Florida Pioneer ancestors who settled in Florida before it became a state, you may find the Florida Pioneer Families group at MeWe.com quite interesting.

 
Family History Faire

Looking for creative ideas to present your family’s history at October’s Family History Faire? Check out The Sketchbook Bio at the Storytellers Studio blog.  You’ll be surprised to see how easy it is to create digital “sketchbooks” with PowerPoint and Keynote.

Final Notes

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