Case Studies: Learning from the Best

One of the unique features of The Family History Guide is that it brings some of the best tools for family history research into one easy-to-use location. Learning from the best is something that people have done for ages: if you want to become a great painter or musician, you study their works to help you develop your own style. Certain things about what they do and how they do it will resonate with you, and you’ll adapt and absorb them into your own approach.

So why would it be any different in learning essential genealogy skills? Let’s see where we can find these skills, using The Family History Guide as our base for exploration.

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