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Militia: God Gave Land to Settlers
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White House Honors Henry Red Cloud
USDA Offers Native Rural Business Grants
Thing About Skins
Englishman Discovers Native American Ancestry
After putting his DNA profile on Ancestry.com , Chris McDonald-Constable, of Clayton-le-Moors—a township in Hyndburn in Lancashire, England—discovered that his great-great grandfat...
Native American Ancestors, fact or fiction
A July 28 blog posted at Sksgenealogy.blogspot.com , points out how many American families claim Native American ancestry, which sometimes seems impossible and not logical...
Canadian Genealogy Survey
Carleton University, in Ottawa, Ontario is conducting a genealogical survey to figure out why there has been such a surge of interest in genealogy and family history projects, and ...
Census Records Not Enough When Researching Race
A recent article posted at Tampa Bay Online discusses couplings between white settlers and other races during America's beginnings and how this affected racial identities on Census...
Old Court House Museum in Nova Scotia Opens Research Center
The Old Court House Museum , at 106 Church Street, in Guysborough, Nova Scotia, is now available for visitors to conduct genealogical research...
Native American Genealogy Featured on Archives
Archives.com gives the beginning genealogy researcher a starting point and tips for figuring out whether you have Native American ancestors or not...
Plymouth Native Tours Shows Historic Spot from American Indian Perspective
When the Pilgrims arrived in Plymouth, Massachusetts ,in 1620, they encountered a Wampanoag Indian tribe that had been decimated by a plague and were in disarray...
National Archives Offers Genealogy Workshop
The National Archives in Kansas City , Missouri will offer a free genealogical workshop Friday, June 10 from 1 to 2 p.m...
Genealogical Society to Discuss Indian Territory Medical Doctors
During the Oklahoma Genealogical Society meeting June 6 Jacque Graham and Denise Slattery will discuss Indian Territory medical doctors and records...
Genealogy Research Course at Phillipsburg Library
A basic genealogy research course will be held June 8, 15, and 22 at the Phillipsburg Library, at 200 Frost Ave. in Phillipsburg, New Jersey...
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