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Just over one hundred years ago—on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month—World War I ended. Thanks to the treaty signed on Novembe…
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More than 50,000 military dogs served in World War I. They proved just how valuable canines can be on the battlefield and beyond. Here is ho…
April 24, 2018
Sergeant Stubby was one of the most famous World War I military dogs. His valiant service on the battlefields of France proved that war hero…
February 27, 2018
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May 22, 2017
by Diahan Southard Lately, it seems to be very difficult to have any discussion on family history without mentioning three little letters: D…
February 8, 2017
By Falande Swain World-renowned experts in African-American genealogy and family history will be on hand at RootsTech 2017 to teach you how …
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by Miryelle Resek What happens when you mix desserts, a family-run business, and an innovative entrepreneur? You get a family-friendly telev…
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by Amy Johnson Crow No two genealogy websites are exactly alike. FamilySearch.org doesn’t look like Ancestry.com, which doesn’t look like fi…
June 29, 2016
By Miryelle Resek Participating in cemetery crowdsourcing may seem overwhelming; there are millions of graves and only one you. However, wit…
June 8, 2016
By Sharlene Nauta I often tell my friends, "There are two types of people in this world: those who are Italian and those who wish they were.…
May 19, 2016
If your digital photos are scattered across multiple devices and you keep getting a notice that your phone storage capacity is full, don’t d…
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