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Share your family history

Websites like Ancestry.com have lead many people to piece their family’s history together through records. But you can take a different approach and not only learn more about your family members’ pasts, but preserve that information in a digital archive of interviews to share with others for years to come. And with these ideas from The New York Times, it only takes a few steps.

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