Utah’s ABC 4 Takes a Deeper Look at One Anchor’s Family History

Posted by Anna Swayne on September 17, 2014 in Ancestry.com Site

Learning from others helps to inspire us to do more for our own story. In this three piece segment, Utah’s ABC 4 news anchor Nadia Crow discovered her story using the tools on Ancestry. Each video follows a different step in her journey and includes some behind-the-scenes footage of Ancestry’s scanning technology.

Click on the links below to watch the three part series,

Getting started on your family tree [Video 1]

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What you can find out from the records [Video 2]

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DNA is another tool for your research [Video 3]

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Want to begin your family history research journey? Start with Ancestry or by taking a DNA test.

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