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Exploring Your Family History
How and Why

by David Spero, RN

Tracking down all of this information might seem overwhelming, but as family history has become one of the leading hobbies in the world, books, magazines, and Web sites have cropped up for beginners, experts, and everyone in between. (Click here for a list of books on family history and genealogy.) No matter how far you take your research, learning more about your family’s story can help you learn more about you, and that’s always a good thing. Good hunting!

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