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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. 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!
Welcome to Bellaonline Genealogical Site. This site contains Genealogy articles, tips and humour.
3. 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.
4. Your Story To Tell
Imagine going through your grandmother’s attic and finding her mother’s journal. How exciting to read how your great grandmother lived, her thoughts, her opinions, her trials and the day to day things she jotted down.
5. Diseases of the Past (1800-1920)
Diseases our ancestors may have suffered through. (1800-1920)
6. Italian and Sicilian Immigration Books
These are a list of books about Italian and Sicilian Immigration.
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. Bellaonline Genealogy Chat
Genealogy @ Bellaonline is going to start having genealogy chats to give its members a place to discuss their research questions. Come discover more about this exciting new event.
9. Bolivar L. Shook, Cabin on the Hill
Charles Noah and Mary Martha Shook are the parents of Bolivar Lee Shook, the author of song, Cabin on the Hill, recorded by Flatt & Scruggs.
Wisconsin is a beautiful state that has boundaries of Lake Michigan, Lake Superior, Minnesoto, Iowa, and Illinois. Here is some facts I learned about Wisconsin that I hope will help you in your family research.
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