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Searching for Joseph Ernest Goddard
Almost 100 years later, Barry Forbes unveils the mystery surrounding his grandfatherís death in the Great War, and discovers his maternal grandmotherís identity in the process

Tracing My Irish Roots
Myriam Moran and John Christopher Fine set out on a journey of discovery that took them from Ireland to Guatamala

Beyond the Book: Family Games
In part five of her series, Janice Nickerson looks at innovative ways to share your family history

Making Connections in Five Steps
Carol Richey shows you how to build historical context to get a better understanding of how your ancestors lived

Making Their Mark
David A. Norris looks at signatures on ancestral documents

The English in Canada
Ed Storey shows us some uncommon sources you might encounter when searching for Canadian ancestors with ties to the United Kingdom

I Knew There Was a Word For That!
From Griffonage to Technomania, David A. Norris finds thereís a word for every genealogical peril and perplexity

The Man in the White Hat
Colleen Callahan Wells researches one bigger-than-life ancestor whose life she traced through a variety of sources

Book Review: Stories of the Lost
Lisa Alzo reviews Jennifer Holik's book on discovering the story of our heroes through genealogy

Preservation Practices for the Home Archivist
Kyla Ubbink shows you how to look after those important documents, photographs and other heirlooms that are so important to family historians

Where is Woollen?
Robbie Gorr says knowing a little history helps when you research the past

The Back Page
Keeping things in perspective is important for family history researchers



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