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Family Trees with GRAMPS

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Who’s in your family tree? A famous novelist? A movie star of the 1920s? A king or a queen? A soldier in the Civil War? A pioneer who crossed the plains in a covered wagon? A prospector? A beet farmer? A Finnish programmer and operating system inventor?

Tracing your family’s history is fun, informative, and a great way to understand more about yourself. Fortunately for Penguinheads, there’s a great genealogy program that makes the entire process easy: GRAMPS (supposedly an acronym for Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Programming System, but it smells suspiciously like a backronym.

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