Saturday, February 21, 2015

Ancestry free U.S. State Research Guides

The following is from Ancestry.

State Research at Your Fingertips
Sure, federal census records are nice, but they’ll only take you so far.

Getting down to the real nitty gritty of your ancestors’ lives usually means getting local. That’s where you find birth, marriage, and death records; land deeds and court cases; newspaper stories and yearbooks. And that’s where our collection of U.S. state research guides comes in handy.

Our in-house experts spent 2014 putting together a research guide for each state. Each guide gives you historical background, a chronology, helpful information on census and vital record availability, highlighted collections on Ancestry, and links to important resources beyond Ancestry. You’ll find them all in our Learning Center.
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