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I read a great article this morning - How Can I Research My Roots Without Spending Money? - that I thought our group would like. It is by well known genealogy writers Henry Louis Gates Jr. and Meaghan E.H. Siekman. It makes your realize how much you can find for no cost beyond your Internet access. Enjoy. Barbara
Fold3 is giving Civil War records for free until the end of April.
Thanks for posting. Yes, I have used the genealogy search engine Mocavo and defintely believe it is worth using. It gives you more focused results on ancestor searches than some other search engines. Remember to use quotation marks around names to get the best results.
Discovered a site about a month ago, www.wikitree.com, similar to Rootsweb that people can upload their .ged files or do each person individually and similar to Wikipedia that you can let others that you trust add/change any information. And it's totally FREE.
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