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These student body officers are decorating the Christmas tree at West High School. Tinsel, ornaments—what are some of your favorite ways to decorate your Christmas tree?
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12/09/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
Merry Christmas James and Happy Newyear Kerwenzee were born in 1876 and 1877 respectively in Drayton, Ontario. Do you have any ancestors named after the holidays they were born on?
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12/08/2016 at 21:00. Facebook
When Jonathan Puckett was a third grader, he wanted to discover more about who he was, so he wrote to distant relatives. At 14 he organized an family reunion. By age 18 he’d found connections to 27,000 people. How do you discover your story?

When Searching Your Ancestry Means Finding a Sense of Possibility

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12/07/2016 at 23:47. Facebook
“I can think of no better way to honor the unprecedented commitment of these volunteers, as well as the bravery and resilience of those whose names have now been found on these records, than to have this database symbolically housed at the National Museum of African American History and Culture,” said D Todd Christofferson
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FamilySearch Gives Historic Freedmen's Bureau Database to NAAMHC

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12/07/2016 at 02:22. Facebook
Organizing your family history research can be as individual and unique as your own family tree. Finding a system that works for you and documenting it so others can have insight are the keys to making it successful. On the other hand, something that works for you may not work for others and vice versa. What useful tips have you figured out for yourself or have others shared with you?

There'��s no perfect way to organize

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12/05/2016 at 16:00. Facebook
Happy #InternationalVolunteerDay. The crowdsourcing work of indexing is now 10 years old! Indexing is the volunteer-driven effort that makes the records on FamilySearch searchable. Make sure to share your thanks and gratitude to our FamilySearch Indexing indexers for all their work and dedication that makes it so much easier for so many to connect with their ancestors!

FamilySearch celebrates 10 years of indexing historic records

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12/04/2016 at 18:00. Facebook
Is there a song that awakes Christmas memories for you? How does music celebrating the Lord's birth strengthen your family and invite the Spirit into your lives?
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12/04/2016 at 17:00. Facebook
“I believe half the unhappiness in life comes from people being afraid to go straight at things.” —William J. Lock
How has overcoming your fears made you happier?
Servaes Familytree shared a great story with us! "Three weeks ago family member Franz-Wilhelm went for me to Jüchen in the western part of Germany to check out some data on the family tree. He wrote me that he found quite some family members and among them was a Peter. We had expected that we would find a Peter, since there was a war monument in the neighborhood where it said that Peter died...
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The holiday season is upon us! It's a perfect time to share thoughts and kindness with those in our lives. Send your loved ones thoughts and appreciation with FamilySearch postcards. #LIGHTtheWORLD for those around you!

#LIGHTtheWORLD with Family History

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The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree! Do you look like one of your parents? See the work of one photographer who’s captured split portraits of immediate family members.

Revealing Split Portraits of Immediate Family Members

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Do you follow a process while you research? Do you find your process effective? The simple easy-start research process is standard in genealogy research. Learn more here:

Research Process Genealogy - FamilySearch Wiki

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Stories are all around us but very few are captured and even fewer are shared. The technologies we have to tell stories today are unique and go way beyond just text. We'll discuss ways to capture audio, video, text, photos...

Register for Webinar Wednesday - Multi-Media Story Telling by FamilySearch's Devin Ashby

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Now that the weather is colder in the northern hemisphere, indoor activities to get the kids through the holidays are in demand. Why not use your family photos to play a game of bingo? HowDoesShe shares this great idea and printable just in time for the holidays!

Family Photo Hunt: A Game To Help Families Connect

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Families all over the world are thankful to indexers who have worked over the last 10 years to connect families through indexing. We couldn’t do it without you! 10 Years of Indexing In 2006, ...

Celebrating 10 Years of Indexing

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Steve's work with indexing brought light into his life that he desperately needed. Whether we realize it or not, we also can benefit from the light we receive from indexing and #familyhistory. What light has it brought you?
"The greatness of work is inside man." —Pope John Paul II How do you find inner strength?
Ana Ortalli shared this great image and story with us about the women in her family. Do you have a document or photo in your family history that means SO MUCH to you? Share it with us!
"This is one of my favorite pictures in the world. It was taken in the early 50's and shows four generations of women. The cute baby on the left is my mother. The woman holding her was my grandmother. The woman...
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Sometimes we want more details about a family member than black and white photographs can give. But how can we add a little color to the lives they've led? Unconventional records are a great start—school records, financial records, newspapers, and more can color in the details we need. Check out these other tips:

5 Simple Ways to Add Details to Your Family Story

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