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Featured NA Indian Biographies Biographies are a good source of information on our ancestors. They can be used as a tool to provide facts: names, dates and locations for the events in our ancestors lives. They can also provide “meat” for genealogical research, and by that we mean the story behind the person – events which shaped and molded the character of a person. We have put a great number of biographical information online, both Native American and general biographies, and have gone through all of them and provided links to the one’s specific to Native American.
Newspaper Obituaries are a rich source of information for family historians. Obituaries are mini biographies that form a memorial tribute to a person's life. One key to searching successfully for obituaries is to have correct information about your ancestor's death. The death certificate forms the foundation for a successful obituary lookup. If you do not already have one, contact details for obtaining death certificates for each state are at vitalrecordsonline.net