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  Evidence Explained
  Evidence Explained guides us through a maze of sources not covered by other citation manuals—all kinds of original records, accessed through various media. More than a thousand examples for U.S. and international documents demonstrate how to handle the quirks that stump us when we use those materials. Evidence Explained is the go-to guide for everyone who explores the past.
  Family Health History
  Creating a Medical Family Tree
  FamilySearch Research Outlines
  Research Outlines available for download.
  FamilySearch Wiki: Research Guidance and Help Content into the Wiki
  Reference Documents available for download.
  FamilySearch's Microfilm Ordering Service
  Genealogy Resources by Veritas Prep
  Genealogy Resources, by State
  Genealogy Tip of the Day
  Genealogy Tips By Michael John Neill.
  Getting Started With Genealogy on the Web
  Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States
  This web version of the Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United States is based on a paper version with the same title compiled by Robert B. Matchette et al in 1995.
  History at Home: A Guide to Genealogy
  This article by Andrea Davis give you basic information on starting your family research. She mentions talking to relatives, looking for documents in the family and public records. She also provides various links to other websites.
  Letter Writing Guides
  How to compose genealogical query letters to international addresses using their native language.
  National Archives: Genealogy Notes and Links
  Quaker Information Center
  Searching for your Genealogical Records
  Easy to understand information about genealogy and references to help document your family history.