Family History Lesson Series

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Lesson 1: [[How to Find Descendants in the United States|How to Find Descendants in the Untied States ]]<br>Lesson 2: [[Creating Oral Histories|Conduct Family History Interviews ]]<br>Lesson 3: [[Involve Children and Youth in Family History|Involve Children and Youth in Family History]] <br>Lesson 4: [[Write a Personal History|Write a Personal History ]]<br>Lesson 5: [[Create a Family History|Create a Family History ]]<br>Lesson 6: [[Involve Your Extended Family in Family History|Involve Your Extended Family in Family History ]]<br>Lesson 7: [[Use the internet for family history research|Use the Internet for Family History Research ]]<br>
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Lesson 1: [[How to Find Descendants in the United States|How to Find Descendants in the Untied States ]]<br>Lesson 2: [[Creating Oral Histories|Creating Oral&nbsp;Histories ]]<br>Lesson 3: [[Involve Children and Youth in Family History|Involve Children and Youth in Family History]] <br>Lesson 4: [[Write a Personal History|Write a Personal History ]]<br>Lesson 5: [[Create a Family History|Create a Family History ]]<br>Lesson 6: [[Involve Your Extended Family in Family History|Involve Your Extended Family in Family History ]]<br>Lesson 7: [[Use the internet for family history research|Use the Internet for Family History Research ]]<br>

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FAMILY HISTORY

LESSON SERIES













Several short lessons covering a variety of Family History topics are available within FamilySearch and FamilySearch Wiki for download in convenient pdf format. The lessons may be used as self-study guides or as class supplements for Family History instructors.

  • To VIEW the lessons: left click the link.
  • To PRINT the lesson, click the print icon located in the upper right corner.
  • To DOWNLOAD the lessons: right click the link and select "Save Target As."


Lesson 1: How to Find Descendants in the Untied States
Lesson 2: Creating Oral Histories
Lesson 3: Involve Children and Youth in Family History
Lesson 4: Write a Personal History
Lesson 5: Create a Family History
Lesson 6: Involve Your Extended Family in Family History
Lesson 7: Use the Internet for Family History Research