Many of us share a common experience as descendants of immigrants who came to America in the 19th and 20th centuries. Faced with many opportunities and challenges, our ancestors uprooted themselves in hopes of making a better life for their families. Immigration records can help you trace their journeys and how their lives changed once they arrived at their final destination. As a Mocavo Basic member, you can individually search more than 17 million immigration records for free in our immigration collections.
It’s that time of year when summer vacation ends and children across the country return to their classrooms for another school year. Mocavo wants to help you celebrate with our Back to School Week, highlighting some of the community’s favorite yearbook collections and pictures. Throughout the week, make sure to check out our Facebook page to see what some of your favorite celebrities looked like during their awkward years.
And don’t forget, as a Mocavo community member, you have access to the largest free online collection of yearbooks. That’s free access to more than 8.3 million pages of cheesy grins, bad hairdos, and heart-warming memories. See what your ancestors looked like, what their passions were, and what they dreamed for the future.
Vital records are a crucial piece of family history research. These important records reveal details about the significant milestones in your ancestors’ lives including births, marriages, and deaths. You can discover an ancestor’s full name, date, place of an event, and much more.
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World War I ushered in a new era of armed conflict with modern machines that caused unprecedented casualties. This month marks a century since the start of the conflict in Europe and one of the best ways to pay tribute to your family’s military heroes is to discover and share their story. As a Mocavo Community member, you can learn about the lives of your ancestors who served in WWI in thousands of military records – all available for free.
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