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MyHeritage Adds United States WWI Draft Registrations, 1917-1918

Facebook Users want to Continue Posting from Beyond the Grave
The Security of Your Mother’s Maiden Name
MacFamilyTree 8.1 – New CloudTree offers Collaboration and Sync
Library of Congress, Digital Public Library of America To Form New Collaboration
Fold3 Commemorates Pearl Harbor 75th Anniversary with Free Access to WWII Records and Stories Honoring Living Survivors
Freedmen Bureau Celebration to be Broadcast Live on the Internet
Maine’s Alien Registry of 1940 is Available Online
Millions of New Parish Records added to the TheGenealogist
Mississippi State University Libraries Digitize Civil War Diaries and Letters
New Records Available to Search this Findmypast Friday
New Royal Irish Constabulary Service Records Available to Search at Findmypast
Providence (Rhode Island) Public Library opens a large Genealogical Collection to the Public
Records of (Some) Irish Soldiers Now Available Online
NGS Family History Writing Contest Nominations Are Now Being Accepted
Los Angeles to Bury 1,430 Unclaimed Deceased Bodies
What Was Your Ancestor’s Property Worth?
pCloud: Better than Dropbox?
The Myths About Chromebooks
Manufacturer Refurbished Asus Chromebook Flip C100PA
Seth Meyers’ Family History
No, Not a Professional Gynecologist!
It is the First Day of the Month: Back Up Your Genealogy Files
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy EvenIn order to read the Plus Edition newsletter, you will need to know your user name and password. If you have forgotten your user name and password, you can retrieve them at: http://www.eogn.com/amember/member.php

(+) Why a Search Engine Cannot Find All Online Genealogy Information

Using the U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules

The Genealogy of Meghan Markle

Meghan Markle is Descended from King Edward III, according to Researchers at NEHGS

Rising Seas Could Submerge the Jamestown Settlement

Sephardi Community Launches Genealogy Service

Law Enforcement Won’t Use Your Ancestry.com or 23andme DNA Kits for Investigations

Family Tree DNA Will Never Sell Your Genetic Data

DNA Wall Art

One of the Last Holocaust Reunions with a 102-Year-Old Survivor

WikiTree Offers New One-to-One GEDmatch DNA Test Comparison Links

New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday

The 1939 Register is now in new Findmypast Monthly Packages

Genealogical Research Society of Northeastern Pennsylvania has Shut Down

Philadelphia City Archives Relocating/Closing Through August 2018

Registration Opens for the National Genealogical Society’s 2018 Family History Conference

Microsoft Office is Now Available on Chromebooks

It is the First Day of the Month: Back Up Your Genealogy Files

Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events

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One Comment

Having not read the book, there does appear to be a significant event left out. Once Acadia was ceded to England, the English spent 40 years attempting to have the Acadians swear allegiance to the English Crown. They occupied strategic territory for the English and they refused to pledge allegiance as they could not see themselves fight the French. The French and the English returned on several occasions and naturally the English wanted to be assured that the Acadians would be their enemies. Looking back, there seems to have been better solutions but it was another time and world.

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