Researching your Roots in Rhode Island

Maureen Taylor
May 1, 2013
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Welcome
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Polls
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Speaker's Introduction
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Introduction
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Major Repositories
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Strategies
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Public Records
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Probate Records
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Land Records
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Tax Records
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General Assembly
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Cemetery Records
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Relgious Records
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Census Records
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FamilySearch Wiki
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Archive.org
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Immigration Records
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Military Records
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Court Records
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Newspapers & Directories
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Maps
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Misc Records
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Announcements/prizes
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Questions/answers
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About this webinar

Rhode Island may be the smallest state but it offers genealogists a wealth of resources that date back to 1636 on the city, county and state level. While some resources are online, this webinar will also explore how to find what you need in local collections.

 

Maureen Taylor spent more than a decade working at the Rhode Island Historical Society.  You may know her as the Photo Detective, but she loves the Ocean State as much as a picture.

About the speaker

About the speaker

Maureen Taylor, The Photo Detective is an internationally recognized expert on historic photograph identification and photo preservation. Sought out by clients all over the world from as far
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