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Here are the top ten articles for the Genealogy Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. A Civil War Halloween Costume
Halloween is right around the corner. While thinking of the Civil War might bring soldier uniforms to mind, there were of course women in the Civil War era too. They have gorgeous dresses, too!
2. Diseases of the Past (1800-1920)
Diseases our ancestors may have suffered through. (1800-1920)
3. Family Health Assessment
For years now the US Surgeon General has been telling us the importance of getting a family health assessment.
4. Women and the Insane Asylum
Insane Asylums became the place to often place women whether sane or insane. Learn some of the reasons why and how to research these women.
5. Having Fun with Genealogy
Genealogy is a passion for many of us. Many of us also do arts and crafts. What could be more fun than to try and combine the two passions!
6. One of a Kind Books by TN Genealogical Society
The Tennessee Genealogical Society’s book store is offering to the public a chance to order “one of a kind” genealogical and/or historical books. Please visit their website to see their great collection, but check back often as they add to the list periodically!
7. The Lost Pensions Review
The "Lost" Pensions is a wonderful resource written by Craig R. Scott, CG. There are over 16,000 names! Come learn more about this great genealogical and historical resource.
8. Breaking Brickwall Tips in your Names
There are times when we are doing research that we find ourselves just hitting brick walls. But, as determined researchers we continue to try and solve the family mystery. Here are some examples of problems I encountered recently and how I solved them. Hopefully, it might help you as well.
9. Italian and Sicilian Immigration Books
These are a list of books about Italian and Sicilian Immigration.
10. Notes From an African American Genealogy Lecture
I attended a genealogy lecture on African American genealogy. The speaker was a genealogist who had been researching her family for several years and has written some books on her findings. She was a wonderful speaker, very energetic, and I learned a lot from her.
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