Genealogy Today: Passion for our past still grows – Green Valley News

Genealogy Today: Passion for our past still grows
Green Valley News
The widespread popularity of genealogy first blossomed in 1976 thanks to Alex Haley. His book “Roots,” published that year, described his search for his African ancestors. Little did he know it would spawn a whole new industry of “roots”-related

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Library starts month-long genealogy series July 1 – Tulsa World

Library starts month-long genealogy series July 1
Tulsa World
“The Deep Web: Using the Library's Other Databases for Genealogy Research,” July 16, 6:30-8 p.m., Computer Lab. Registration required. • “Gold Nuggets: Those Overlooked Sources in the Genealogy Collection,” July 19, 9:30-11 a.m., Frossard Auditorium.

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Asheville Genealogy column: Using deeds in research – Asheville Citizen-Times

Asheville Genealogy column: Using deeds in research
Asheville Citizen-Times
Deeds are one of the most important resources in genealogical research. The information that can be gleaned from them is almost never ending. The first bit of information found on a deed is the county and state in which the deed was made and recorded.

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