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Article to help those who are just beginning genealogy. It has a list of links that can be helpful to all who are researching genealogy.
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The Davison Area Historical Society was organized to preserve the history of the Davison Area. Our museum houses thousands of artifacts, including a wooly mammoth bone, a circa 1900 Model of Davison City, and an extensive collection of historic pictures, military artifacts, and early Victorian toys. The Historical Society has focused on creating exhibits that showcase early Davison businesses and prominent citizens.
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Genealogical Society of South Brevard, Florida
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Guide to how to search for your mother
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Helpful in beginning genealogy, also helpful research aid.
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Flint Public Library - 1026 E. Kearsley St., Flint, MI 48502 Tuesday - Thursday 11:00 AM-8:00 PM Friday - Saturday 9:00 AM-6:00 PM
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Vital Records (marriage and death) for Genesee County Michigan.
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Genesee County page, through the Michigan Gen web.
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Genesee County Historical Society Website
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The Buick Gallery and Perry Archives have extensive local genealogical and historical resources. Members of the Flint Genealogical Society are available on Wednesdays between 9:00 am to 3:00 pm to assist guests with genealogical research.
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Genesee District Library
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Bentley Historical Library Civil War Burial and Cemetery Records.
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GENDIS project currently indexes 81,540 Michigan deaths from 1867 into 1882.
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Michigan Gen Web
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If you need to research Mississippi records
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New York City has always been a popular place to settle, but in the early 20th century, New York City dominated the nation as a place to find employment. More than a quarter of the largest corporations in the country had their headquarters in New York City. The city was a destination for immigrants hoping to come to America to change their fortunes as well as internal migrants hoping for a taste of what the famed city had to offer. Of course, the influx of immigrants and migrants alike meant that the real estate market needed to change, which began a boom in the number of population-dense tenement apartments and a wave of skyscraper construction to handle the demand for office space.
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Sunset Hills cemetery on Findagrave.com
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