Researching Women in Archives
Using and Evaluating Published Genealogies
Following the advent of American genealogy in the early to mid-19th century, thousands of genealogies were published featuring families across the country. While largely uncited—and arguably biased—these early works continue to be an important resource for modern day family historians. Join Lead Genealogist of the Early New England Families Study Project and frequent contributor to the Vita Brevis blog, Alicia Crane Williams, to learn how you can access, evaluate, and utilize early published family histories in your research.
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Introducing American AncesTREES
Welcome to American AncesTREES—a new, FREE online genealogy tree experience on AmericanAncestors.org! Centered around an evidence-based model, American AncesTREES offers several unique tools and solutions—including cutting-edge DNA tools—to help you research, grow, and share your family history. Join Director of Creative and Digital Strategy Claire Vail to learn how to start building your family tree today!