National Family History Month, which is observed annually during the month of October, has grown and evolved on a national stage since its 2001 origin in Congress. … Meaningful events like the ones being hosted during the month of October are essential to families and communities everywhere.
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How to Celebrate Family History Day
It all starts with collecting what you know about your family and compiling it together. If you’re lucky like we are you’ll have a family member who had a passion for genealogy and will have started the footwork for you, if not, its time to hit the books! There are websites and organizations that can help you trace your family line, including using DNA samples to help identify unknown relatives! Who knows how big your family really is? Family History Day encourages you to find out!
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