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Genealogy Resources and The National Archives

Posted by Grace Mitchell on December 5th 2010 under Genealogy Record Searches

The National ArchivesThe U.S. National Archives office is one of the best resources for people who wish to find out more about their extended family, particularly relatives that have since passed on.

The National Archives keeps records that are commonly used by genealogists. Records provided include census records, immigration records, land records, military records, and naturalization records.

Online genealogical records includes war and casualty records from Korean and Vietnam wars, fugitive slave case papers, prisoners of wars and other military records.

By searching through this genealogical information, you can gain valuable insight as to who your relatives were and what they did. It may even help you to find long lost relatives or previously unknown members of your family tree.

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