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The USGenWeb Project is a non-commercial and fully committed group of volunteers working together to provide free genealogy websites for genealogical research in every county and every state of the United States. This pr... More »

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Trace ancestors using websites such as the USGenWeb Project, MyHeritage and Ancestry.com. Archives.com provides finding aids such as microfilm indexes in preparation for a free visit to the U.S. National Archives. More »

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Old census records are free to view at the National Archives in Washington, D.C., as well as 11 of its regional facilities. State archives, state libraries and public libraries typically hold census records for free publ... More »

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Rhode Island is the smallest state of the United States. The state covers a total area of about 1,500 square miles. Its coastline stretches for about 40 miles, and the shoreline is over 380 miles. More »

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Kentucky became a state of the United States in 1792. It was the first state to be added that geographically lies west of the Appalachian Mountains. Kentucky was the 15th state to be added to the country. More »

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Online genealogy boards are available at Ancestry.com, Genealogy.com, Rootsweb.com and YourFamily.com, among others. Visitors to all three sites can sort the threads on the boards by topic, location and surname. More »

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The genealogy website Ancestry has occasional free weekend access; customers interested in the free weekend should check the website or Family Tree Magazine for updates on the next weekend. For example, Ancestry had free... More »

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