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History of Whaling in New England
Records and journals shed light on the whaling profession.
Clip: S3 Ep6 | 1m 32s
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Hispanic Surnames and Little-Known Records
Hispanic surname traditions and little-known records can unlock genealogical doors.
Clip: S3 Ep6 | 1m 28s
Next on Episode 5 | Boston
Genealogists at Faneuil Hall to solve mysteries related to witch trials and orphan trains.
Preview: S3 Ep5 | 30s
Surprising Family Connections in Boston
A Bostonian is introduced to his famous cousins.
Clip: S3 Ep5 | 2m 11s
History of Orphan Trains
150,000 children were sent West on Orphan Trains in the hopes of better lives.
Clip: S3 Ep5 | 47s
Slave Registers, Wills, and Famous Connections
New Englanders learn how slave registers, wills, and legends connect them to the past.
Clip: S3 Ep5 | 1m 50s
Next on Episode 4 | Our Favorite Stories
The genealogists revisit their favorite stories from previous seasons.
Preview: S3 Ep4 | 30s
Next on Episode 3 | Houston
Probe a re-enactor’s roots; learn if a black man’s ancestors worked for the Confederacy.
Preview: S3 Ep3 | 30s
History of the Trail of Tears
The removal of Native Americans from their lands became known as the Trail of Tears.
Clip: S3 Ep3 | 36s
Slaves Fighting for the Confederacy
How did Africans Americans come to serve in Confederate Army?
Clip: S3 Ep3 | 1m 18s
Next on Episode 2 | Miami
Trace stories about Native, Cuban, Filipino and African-American forebears.
Preview: S3 Ep2 | 30s
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.
Clip: S3 Ep2 | 2m 29s
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.
Preview: S3 Ep1 | 30s
History of Navajo Code Talkers
Genealogists describe the impact of the Navajo language during World War II.
Clip: S3 Ep1 | 1m 32s
Legend of Pancho Villa
Genealogy Roadshow details the life, death, and legend of Pancho Villa.
Clip: S3 Ep1 | 43s
Comic Book Ancestor
How did one man’s ancestor end up in Ripley’s Believe It Or Not?
Clip: S3 Ep1 | 1m 4s