Judy G. Russell is a certified genealogist who is also a lawyer. She writes a blog called The Legal Genealogist. She has written many blogs about laws and other legal aspects that help in genealogy research.
But the blog I want you to read is called "Thanks for one government “boondoggle”." She writes about
the government program, Works Progress Administration (WPA), and all of the projects that were created which help genealogists today such as:
*Historical Records Survey, which produced many inventories, lists, and surveys of government and church records.
*Federal Writer's Project. There are copies of interviews conducted.
*Photographs. There are many photographs available at the Library of Congress and National Archives.
Take a look at Judy's blog post for more details and links to many state and federal sites.
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