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Yesteryear: How Did They Do That?
We are here today because our ancestors were able to survive through physical and financial hardships, the likes of which most of us alive today have ever had to experience. Many of our kinfolk sacrificed everything they owned and risked their lives and their honor to help build a nation that would ensure freedom and liberty and a chance to succeed for their decendants. Telephones, indoor plumbing, electrical appliances and heat, air-conditioned shopping malls, automobiles and airplanes are just a few of the things we take for granted today that were unheard of in yesteryear. If you were forced to survive like your ancestors did, could you do it? How did they do all that they did? Click here to learn how to survive like your ancestors did! >> Read More
 

History of New York
The state of New York has accumulated a vastly interesting and influential history. Major trends in American history can be traced through the events that took place in New York, especially in terms of cultural and ethnic history. Beginning with the Native American cultures that once thrived in the state, and progressing through the Dutch, British, and American eras, New York has remained one of the most interesting case studies of immigration and settlement. America's cosmopolitan society of today is a legacy of the rich political and cultural history of New York. >> Read More
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Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s
Updated annually, this database is an index to passengers who arrived in United States and Canadian ports from the 1500s through the 1900s. It contains listings of approximately 4,588,000 individuals and references thousands of different records compiled from everything from original passenger lists to personal diaries. For each individual listed, you may find the following information: name, age, year and place of arrival, and the source of the record. (Ancestry.com)

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