Extras

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow History of Whaling in New England

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History of Whaling in New England

Records and journals shed light on the whaling profession.

History of Whaling in New England

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Hispanic Surnames and Little-Known Records

Hispanic surname traditions and little-known records can unlock genealogical doors.

Hispanic Surnames and Little-Known Records

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow Next on Episode 5 | Boston

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Next on Episode 5 | Boston

Genealogists at Faneuil Hall to solve mysteries related to witch trials and orphan trains.

Next on Episode 5 | Boston

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow History of Orphan Trains

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History of Orphan Trains

150,000 children were sent West on Orphan Trains in the hopes of better lives.

History of Orphan Trains

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow Slave Registers, Wills, and Famous Connections

Genealogy Roadshow

Slave Registers, Wills, and Famous Connections

New Englanders learn how slave registers, wills, and legends connect them to the past.

Slave Registers, Wills, and Famous Connections

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow Next on Episode 4 | Our Favorite Stories

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Next on Episode 4 | Our Favorite Stories

The genealogists revisit their favorite stories from previous seasons.

Next on Episode 4 | Our Favorite Stories

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow Next on Episode 3 | Houston

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Next on Episode 3 | Houston

Probe a re-enactor’s roots; learn if a black man’s ancestors worked for the Confederacy.

Next on Episode 3 | Houston

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow History of the Trail of Tears

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History of the Trail of Tears

The removal of Native Americans from their lands became known as the Trail of Tears.

History of the Trail of Tears

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow Slaves Fighting for the Confederacy

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Slaves Fighting for the Confederacy

How did Africans Americans come to serve in Confederate Army?

Slaves Fighting for the Confederacy

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow Next on Episode 2 | Miami

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Next on Episode 2 | Miami

Trace stories about Native, Cuban, Filipino and African-American forebears.

Next on Episode 2 | Miami

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow St. Lucia Roots, Land Deeds, Italian Surnames, and F.A.N.

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St. Lucia Roots, Land Deeds, Italian Surnames, and F.A.N.

Floridians learn about St. Lucia roots, land deeds, surnames, and the concept of F.A.N.

St. Lucia Roots, Land Deeds, Italian Surnames, and F.A.N.

Video thumbnail: Genealogy Roadshow Next on Episode 1 | Albuquerque

Genealogy Roadshow

Next on Episode 1 | Albuquerque

Trace a woman’s tie to a WWII code talker, a man’s link to a comic book heroine and more.

Next on Episode 1 | Albuquerque

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History of Navajo Code Talkers

Genealogists describe the impact of the Navajo language during World War II.

History of Navajo Code Talkers

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Legend of Pancho Villa

Genealogy Roadshow details the life, death, and legend of Pancho Villa.

Legend of Pancho Villa

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Comic Book Ancestor

How did one man’s ancestor end up in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not?

Comic Book Ancestor