FamilySearch Newsroom (FamilySearch)
2017
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May
2017
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How my grandparents instilled a love for Memorial Day – and you can too!

23
May
2017
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Does Your Family Keep a Memory Scrapbook?

12
May
2017
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Recently Launched Indexing Projects On FamilySearch: May 2017

04
May
2017
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Congressional Leader Receives African American Family History

03
May
2017
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What’s New: Importing Pictures from Facebook and Instagram to FamilySearch.org

02
May
2017
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Riverton Utah FamilySearch Library May 2017 Seminar

21
Apr
2017
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How to Add Sources

20
Apr
2017
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Free Family History Library Classes and Webinars for May 2017

20
Apr
2017
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Museum of the American Revolution Opens in Philadelphia

17
Apr
2017
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Revolving Door Ancestors on the FamilySearch Family Tree

16
Apr
2017
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10 Things you Need to Know When Starting Irish Genealogy Research

14
Apr
2017
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Simple Steps to Preserve Your Precious Family Memories

09
Apr
2017
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RON TANNER TO KEYNOTE UGA SOUTH DAVIS FAMILY HISTORY CONFERENCE

08
Apr
2017
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Identifying Your Mexican Immigrant Ancestor’s Hometown

06
Apr
2017
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Family History Preservation: Preserving Photos

05
Apr
2017
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Episode 185 – FamilySearch Ready To Digitize Your Local Records / Utah Man Finds Family History Gold In New Zealand Book Case

04
Apr
2017
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FamilySearch Marks World War I Centennial with Free Historic Record Collections

01
Apr
2017
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How to Search the FamilySearch Site

30
Mar
2017
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How technology revolutionized family history work in recent decades

29
Mar
2017
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Riverton Utah FamilySearch Library Free April Seminar

28
Mar
2017
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Should Cursive Handwriting Die?

26
Mar
2017
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How to Use FamilySearch’s Mobile Apps

24
Mar
2017
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New Historic Records On FamilySearch: Week of March 20, 2017

21
Mar
2017
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Free Family History Library Classes and Webinars for April 2017

18
Mar
2017
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17 Years of Research Being Flushed Down the Toilet

16
Mar
2017
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Is There Really an Ancestry.com "Big Tree?"

15
Mar
2017
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Twila Van Leer: When dead men and women do tell tales

14
Mar
2017
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Saying Sorry with Dumplings

13
Mar
2017
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Digitized Homestead Records for Arizona, Illinois, Indiana, Nevada, and Ohio NOW Online!

12
Mar
2017
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Family History Stored in Stone: Granite Mountain

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Upcoming Events
18
February
2017
(09:00)
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Riverton, Utah FamilySearch Library Free February Seminar

The keynote speaker is Gail S. Halvorsen, The Candy Bomber, "Giving Hope to Starving Children"
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