Are you just starting your genealogy research? Are you going to write your autobiography or a bunch of family stories? Maybe you are going to write a biography of your grandmother? In any case, you are surrounded by genealogy-related items in your home (or in your grandmother’s home)!
Here’s a list of the kinds of items that will not only help to document information for your family tree, but also will be a part of your documented family history. Not to mention that reviewing and referring to these items will definitely trigger memories that you will want to capture.
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