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USCIS Immigration Records Webinars

Excellent free webinars are sponsored by the history and genealogy offices of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (former Immigration and Naturalization Service). They provide an in-depth look into U.S. 170 more words


Published by DearMyrtle: FamilySearch Indexing: Immigration record sets need our help

DearREADERS,This video explains the variety of record groups from throughout the world and how volunteers like you and Ol’ Myrt here can #FuelTheFind. FamilySearch Indexing is all about bringing the names on archived record sets. 29 more words

Indexing Records

John & Edith Dorothy Tasker Family

My great-grandparents John and Edith Dorothy Tasker were in England on the 1911 Census in Leeds, Yorkshire:

You can see that John was a machine shaver at a leather factory. 240 more words

Census Records

Wonderfully Unexpected Finds on FamilySearch.org

I think FamilySearch is my official favorite genealogy research website. It seems like every time I visit their site I end up staying up way past my bedtime and finding new information about my family. 400 more words

Family History

Searching for Slovenian roots - Bill 3

Slovenian emigrants in United States immigration records

About 40 percent of all current U.S. citizens can trace at least one of their ancestors in records of… 1,998 more words


Immigration records stored underground in Lee's Summit, center celebrates 15 years of operation

LEE’S SUMMIT, Mo. — Immigration records for more than 20 million people are stored in the metro area, at a federal government underground facility. The National Records Center is celebrating 15 years in operation in Lee’s Summit. 218 more words