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Can I find my father's ancestry on this website?

Nothing much except museum family ancestry in my native state of N.Y> Father had ancestry of Indian natives in my home state,. I think that he owned property where the Allegheny State Park is now located with his father.

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As with all ancestry that will depend on what records are loaded to the website itself. It also depends too if records have survived or actually been kept. The site should list which archives they have.
However if you have your father's date of birth and any other records in your possession you should be at least able to get his birth certificate. This should tell you who his father and mother were. You can then trace them back from there. Using census and other data which most family history websites will have.
I do recommend you get in touch with any living relatives as they can often provide information and loads of documents (which you can copy) and that will make the job easier.

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