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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

 
Helpers looks to be a great site if you're interested in tracing your family history. From the site: 'Helpers is intended to be used as a second line of attack in your research. If you've exhausted all the possibilities in your local library or with the census data and you've come up against a brick wall, or you want to deepen your understanding of your family history, then this may be the place that can help you. If you are just starting out tracing your family or investigating the history of where you live, then this is probably not the place to start.'

It's jam packed full of useful resources with dozens of collections available to you. An absolute must for family historians!

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