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The notice of the latest EOGN Plus Edition newsletter was sent to you a few hours ago. Here are the articles in this week’s Plus Edition newsletter:

(+) The Majority of Books Published Before 1964 Are Free of Copyrights

(+) It Always Feels Like Somebody is Watching Me… So Get a VPN!

On the Road Again: Ireland and England

Book Review: Organize Your Genealogy

Book Review: Story of My Life

North Carolina’s Anti-LGBTQ Law Will Cost the State more than $395 Million and Even Affects Genealogy Conferences

Preserve Your… — Bookmarks (2016 edition)

Libraries and Archives Canada adds more than 333,000 Files to its World War I Soldiers Database

New Occupational Records now on TheGenealogist

New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday

Reception marking 80th anniversary of the founding of the Irish Genealogical Research Society

The Family History Researcher Academy has a Special offer of a Free CD or MP3 Download

Association of Professional Genealogists Recognizes Members and Chapters for Contributions to the Organization and to the Genealogy Profession

Afghan Officials Receive Digitized Cultural Treasures

Amazon Photo Printing Service

Dropbox Has Problems with the new macOS Sierra for Macintosh But there is a Fix Available

Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events

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