In my Hunter One-Name Study Project I would like to know how to add a map from Ancestry?

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I just received the Categorization Badge, and would like to start adding different categories and one is a map from for the distribution of Hunters in the USA 1840, 1880 and 1900.
in WikiTree Help by Carol Sullivan G2G6 Mach 1 (20k points)
retagged by Ellen Smith

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by David Selman G2G6 Pilot (616k points)
selected by Natalie Trott
Hi David,

I guess I should have explained.  I have a Hunter One-Name Study and I was reading here in the G2G forum about  a one-name study categorization with the surname Lockharts and I liked the way he/she had a link to the Distribution Map of Lockharts on  This was actually what I would like to do for my own Hunter One-Name Study.
Hi Carol. Yes, you can put a link on the one name study page to the maps and or pages on Ancestry. The only problem is that only those WikiTree member that also have an Ancestry account will be able to view the maps and or info at Ancestry.

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