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On the Trail of Territorial Records

The early U.S. Territorial Period was 1821-1845, but the eventual Territorial Period lasted until 1912, when Arizona and New Mexico were admitted as states.

Where can you find territorial records? 286 more words

Research Tips

Free Family History Library Classes and Webinars for April 2017

The Family History Library has announced their free classes and webinars for April. Taught by library specialists, they include sessions for beginner to intermediate level researchers. 11 more words

News

RootsTech Update: Making the FHL work for you

Two weeks ago I discussed the things you need to consider if you plan on attending RootsTech for the first time.

Today, we tackle the preparation for the Family History Library, which I will abbreviate as FHL.   759 more words

Sal Tlay Ka Siti (Part 2): All American Prophet

Sultan and I left our hostel on Thursday morning to look for a place to eat and ended up coming across the City Creek Center… 1,426 more words

Adventures

News and a Genealogy Birthdate Story

On August 23rd, our family welcomed our second child, our first daughter, into the world! From now on, this date will have special significance to our family. 853 more words

Chicago Genealogy

Family History Library in Salt Lake City, UT

We often find ourselves in Salt Lake City visiting the Family History Library. The amount of family history records contained there is simply amazing! We have spent hours pouring over microfilm records, books and written histories searching for ancestors of our clients. 56 more words