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Family History

 Sharing the family history has become a major activity at the family reunions. Many families have found interesting ways to tell the story other than through family trees and charts.

Genealogical societies, groups, genealogists, and other resources exist to help persons trace their roots. Be sure to interview the family elders and tape what they say. Also remember that family reunions offer a chance to collect history in the making. Videotape your activities and record information about living members for the sake of future generations.

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