I recently created a new, free online service for genealogists, called the Encyclopedia of Genealogy. While I'm the person who created the "shell" of this new service, much of the information within it is written by newsletter readers like you. If you missed the announcement, you can read it here.
I must admit that I am quite pleased with the Encyclopedia of Genealogy. Many newsletter readers have offered new content or have corrected existing information within the Encyclopedia of Genealogy. Here is a partial list of some of the articles added or updated by newsletter readers and myself in the past few weeks:
Alsace Lorraine Genealogy
Association Of Professional Genealogists
France, Departmental Archives
France, Genealogical Conferences
France, National Archives System
Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQs)
German Genealogy Reference Books
Hispanic Genealogical Society of New York
United States Colored Troops
The above is a partial list of the items added in the past few weeks and should give you an idea of what the Encyclopedia of Genealogy is all about. Of course, there is plenty of room for more information, so feel free to add more! If the Encyclopedia of Genealogy does not yet contain information about your local genealogy society or library, you can add that information now. It is easy to do so.
The Encyclopedia of Genealogy is available to everyone, free of charge. You can access it at http://www.eogen.com.
If you would like to check "what's new" on the Encyclopedia for yourself, go to http://www.eogen.com and click on CHANGES in the upper-right corner. This will show all recent changes.