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Learning about one's family tree is a fun way to personalize geography and world history. The National Archives in Washington, DC, will be hosting a half-day genealogy camp for kids ages 12 and up from July 10-14. "This hands-on week-long camp will introduce the basics of genealogy research. Discover how to use the resources of the National Archives to be history detectives into your past!" I think it's even free :-). To register or get more information, send an e-mail to <firstname.lastname@example.org> with "Genealogy Camp" in the subject line. www.archives.gov/calendar/event/genealogy-camp-for-kids-at-the-national-archives
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