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Courthouses are places where you can find answers to genealogical problems. They are a rich source of written records created as a result of the laws, the time period, and personal activities of your ancestors. The steps delineated throughout this course will assist you to be more effective as you visit courthouses in your search for genealogical information.
This class will help you to find information to identify the ancestor in the records of his hometown. The Mexico-United States border crossing information and their content is analyzed during this class.
Overview of Census and Vital Records available in the Midwest region. Learn how to use and where to find these records. This series will be helpful if you have ancestors from Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Ohio, South Dakota, and Wisconsin.