Find the Places Where Your Ancestors Lived with this FREE ONLINE COURSE at Family Tree University
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In this FREE independent study course, you’ll discover tips and tools for using old maps, atlases and gazetteers to find your ancestors and solve problems caused by shifting political boundaries and changing place names. Plus, you’ll get plenty of resources for finding the maps, atlases and gazetteers most relevant to your family history.
If you’ve been thinking of trying a Family Tree University online genealogy course, register for Mastering Maps, Atlases and Gazetteers today to give it a try!
Use Maps, Atlases and Gazetteers to Find Your Ancestors’ Home Land
Anyone can look at a map, but do you know how to apply the information in old maps to your ancestry? Do you know how to use the information in atlases and gazetteers to unlock new clues to finding family records?
Geography is an integral part of genealogy research. In this independent study course, you’ll discover new ways of working with maps, atlases and gazetteers to locate and track your ancestors as they moved and understand how boundaries changed over time. Through a combination of video presentations and written lessons, you’ll get practical solutions to common problems caused by shifting boundaries and changing landscapes over time. By the end of the course, you’ll learn how to explore the lands from which your family tree grows and use these resources to find your ancestor’s town of origin.
What You’ll Learn
- Ways of finding your ancestors’ lost places
- How to apply old maps to your family history
- How to solve genealogy research problems using maps, atlases and gazetteers
- How to overcome challenges in finding your ancestor’s town of origin
- Resources for finding maps, atlases and gazetteers online
This course is on offer for free for a limited time! Sign up today to give it a try! Regularly $59.99 USD, now FREE! Click HERE to download via Family Tree University
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