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Looking at Our Ancestors

Everybody has photographs, most of which are unidentified. They open doors to our research and put faces on our ancestors. Look closely at the photograph and on a paper jot down your ideas. The following are guides for what to look for in old photographs

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Resource: Tracing Lines
Prepared by: Ruby Coleman
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Source Information: Tracing Lines, New Providence, NJ, USA: Genealogy Today LLC, 2002.

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