If you have reason to believe that your ancestor was deported or barred from entering the U.S.,
this page from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) website explains how to track down a record of the event.
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Amy Johnson Crow suggests 5 photos you should take when you visit a cemetery to photograph a grave.
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War of 1812 pension files
Pension files for the War of 1812 are now available at Fold3 on the library's website. 83% of the 7.2 million pages have been added so...
Buncombe County (NC) has added 50,000 names to its Slave Deeds database. To read about it and find links to the database, click here. ...
Sometimes information about our ancestors can come from places where we'd rather not find it, such as arrest and prison records. This ...
Volunteers organized by the nonprofit Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund have found photos for all of the 58000 Americans who lost their lives ...