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February
11,
2019

By Sunny Morton (FamilySearch Blog)

The United States took its first census in 1790, just a year after George Washington was inaugurated as the first president. For such a young nation, the 1790
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February
07,
2019
Of the many techniques we have at our disposal for researching our ancestors, timelines can be among the most eye-opening and, yet, they are often forgotten–buried
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February
01,
2019
What I find almost every time I give genealogical presentations is that many people are "interested" in genealogy but either have no idea how to get
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January
30,
2019
We’re excited to announce the RootsTech virtual pass! With the virtual pass, you’ll have access to 18 online recorded sessions from the conference. You can watch
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FamilySearch Spotlight

May
18,
2018
If you’ve ever tried to attend a session at a family history conference where Ron Tanner is speaking, you know of his popularity, or the high consumer interest in the product he manages—the
April
13,
2018
David Rencher is FamilySearch International's chief genealogical officer. In his downtown office overlooking the meticulous flower gardens of the Mormon Church’s corporate headquarters in Salt
February
23,
2018
A beehive-buzz of excitement and anticipation grows the deeper you move into the crowds of RootsTech, a trending international conference held in Utah with up to 30,000 in-person attendees and