Joe explains how to get deeper into family history by researching records of a community. working with records in this way help break down barriers of conventional research, and helps others discover their families. To get involved with a Community Reconstitution project in your area contact Joe Price or see the links below. Links mentioned: …
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Archive: "community records" Tag
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