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Part Number: QDWAR1812 _

Price: $2.95
TheResearching War of 1812 AncestorsLegacy QuickGuide™ contains valuable information so you can understand the history of the War of 1812 and the records created about the veterans who fought in the conflict. You’ll learn how to devise a Veteran Identification Strategy as well as what records exist both online, on microfilm and in print. Records covered include service records, bounty land records, pension files, casualty records, records for African-American and Native American veterans and more.
Part Number: Q_CIVILWAR

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The U.S. Civil War lasted just over four years, from the attack on Fort Sumter in April 1861 through the official end of the war declared by U.S. President Andrew Johnson on 9 May 1865. The War affected the lives of almost everyone in the country, either directly or indirectly. The Researching Your U.S. Civil War Ancestors Legacy QuickGuide™ contains useful information to get you started on learning more about the soldiers who fought on both sides, and their families.
Part Number: W9MILSVS_

Price: $9.95
By their nature a compiled military service record is incomplete. This lecture focuses on how to either add to a CMSR or create a service record in the absence of a CMSR.

This was presented to a live webinar audience on May 24, 2019. 1 hour 29 minutes, plus 4 pages of handouts. The recording is also included as part of the monthly or annual membership.
Part Number: W9NATARCH_

Price: $9.95
Having learned about the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA) website andrelated finding aids (in webinars 2 and 3 of this series), viewers are ready to locate the abundance ofmilitary records held by NARA. This session focuses on finding records such as the CompiledMilitary Service Record (CMSR), pension files, accounting records, unit records, medical records,morning reports, and many more. Learn which records can be found in Archives I at Washington,DC, in Archives II at College Park, Maryland, and in the National Archives at St. Louis.

1 hour and 25 minute, plus 11pages of handouts. The recording is also included as part of the annual membership.