Learning from Historical Documents: A Federal Genealogical Resources Workshop for Middle Schoolers

Shalyn Rodriguez


Much of what makes up family history is first account information from family members. However, the federal government produces a plethora of genealogical documents that can be accessed on a number of government sources to help with researching family history. The tricky part can be finding government sources that are accessible at a middle school level. For this assignment, a workshop will be provided to teach middle school students how to find and utilize government resources while researching their family history for a school project.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5860/dttp.v45i4.6567


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