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| [[Image:Elissa-ship.jpg|left|188px]][[Image:Durango Silverton RR.jpg|right|313px|Immigrants came by ship, by rail, in wagons, and on foot.]]'''Value.''' These Wiki pages introduce the principles, search strategies, and record types you can use to identify an immigrant ancestor's original hometown. These principles apply to almost any country. Finding an immigrant ancestor's place of origin is the key to finding earlier generations of the family. It provides access to many family history resources in that home area. Once you know a former place of residence or a birthplace, you may be able to add more generations to your pedigree. [[Tracing Immigrants Introduction|Read more of the '''Introduction''' . . .]]
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