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MAPPING YOUR FAMILY TREE

Why are maps so useful in family history research?

Maps can be used to find out a number of things about a person and point you to other resources that will further your discoveries. Maps can pinpoint a place that you couldn’t otherwise find, particularly a place that has changed names. A map can show the type of house someone lived in, the dates they lived there, and the type of lives they lived.

What types of maps are the

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