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I have been working in preserving my families photographs and documents. In the process I started another blog that was solely on how to preserve your documents and photographs. I will from now on share those posts on Tracing Our Roots. The Blog is Dawns Delights-Preserving Your Stories, and will have not only Genealogy information but also information on Preserving your Stories.

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As a Genealogist I understand how challenging it can be when you run into that Brick wall that we all eventually find. Little to no information on the relative, records destroyed in fires, or there were no records kept. One thing I have found to be a great help is ProGenealogists, this way you can work with someone in that area to find that information. Sometimes a local trip to a Cemetery or call to the state historian will help close those gaps.
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My journey through genealogy started at a very young age.  Both my mother and Grandma were very much into our family history. They would share stories, photos, and any supporting evidence that they could find. We’d visit loved ones that had long passed, and taught us kids the importance of preserving history, photos, any bit of our life was important. While I was working on preserving our families genealogy, photos, stories and recipes; I realized how much I not only enjoyed working on our family, but loved helping others preserve their family roots. I now volunteer through RAOGK.org, Findagrave.com, and am a technology resource volunteer for Whispers from the Dust-a non profit organization focused on preserving cemeteries and their records. The purpose of my page is to not only share our family history with family, but to assist others in their quest to discover their roots.

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