The article actually relates to an introduction to Italian genealogy but there’s so much useful information that much of it is relevant to anyone who wants to research their family history or begin some genealogy research.
It discusses the various disciplines of genealogy, busts some myths about the Garibaldi family, and suggests ways to research the history and culture of your genealogy.
If that’s not enough for you, you can browse the rest of their website, which has loads of information and resources for genealogists. This one is well worth a look!
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