Archives.com has announced the release of more records. I haven't yet had a chance to look at this new offering because I have been traveling all day. (I am in Fort Myers, Florida tonight.) However, it appears that the new release is a re-release of records that have previously been available on www.FamilySearch.org.
The Archives.com blog at http://goo.gl/qHY43 states, "Archives.com has added a phenomenal collection of family trees from FamilySearch International , the largest genealogy organization in the world. These community tree records dating back to circa 1500 are being made available outside of the Mormon Church for the first time..."
You can read the blog entry at http://goo.gl/qHY43 and another announcement by Sarah Lacy on PandoDaily at http://goo.gl/pD0gj.
Archives.com has also released the majority of the images for the 1930 Federal Population Census, and will be rolling online the entire collection of images for years 1910, 1920, and 1930 over the next several weeks. All census images pre-1900 will be added over the next two months.
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