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  1. Together we're growing an increasingly accurate single family tree by carefully evaluating sources & incorporating DNA.
  2. Privacy controls enable us to integrate modern family history.
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Banjo Paterson Profile of the Week: Australian bush poet Banjo Paterson. Which Australian notable is most closely related to you?

Robert Burns Last week: Robert Burns, known as the national poet of Scotland. Which Scottish notable is your closest connection?

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Photo of the Week

Featured Family Photo: John Wesley Parker and family, shared by Rebecca Haskins.

WikiTree Challenge 7x7: Seven degrees of connections for seven people. What will we uncover? This week's partner: Society of One-Place Studies.
 

Adriana Hazelton Member of the Week: Adriana Hazelton leads the Brasil Team in the Latin America Project.

"The Latin American Project is a small team for a huge section of the world so volunteers in any capacity make a huge difference! If Spanish or Portuguese are not languages you speak, there's still plenty that can be done, as we are a multilingual team and ready to collaborate."

Kenneth Evans Last week: Kenneth Evans is active in the Australia Project and leads the Australian Generals Team in the Military and War Project.

"Most people have a story. ... Building sourced biographies, and accurate and attractive profiles, gives me immense satisfaction."

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YouTube video GenealogyTV did a video tour: "How to Use WikiTree."

For another member's perspective, see the "Welcome to WikiTree" video series.

Here's a member's introduction in verse: "One tree, two tree ...".

"It's been wonderful to experience how collaborative genealogy in WikiTree makes all of us better genealogists. Collaboration on our shared ancestors encourages us to share information and to hold each other to high standards." —Ellen Smith, member since 2014

"Before WikiTree, I was skeptical and discouraged about big one-single-trees because there were (are) so many errors, but WikiTree is different because it's collaborative, genial and there are people available to help resolve any issues." — Roberta Estes, blogger