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(+) Preserving Data: Separating Facts from Fiction

How can I Store my Digital Photos Forever?

DNA Quest by MyHeritage Goes Global

Book Reviews: 6 Books by Joseph Lee Boyle

COSLA: eBook Feasibility Study for Public Libraries

Introducing The Newark Public Library Digital Archive

New Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of April 9, 2018

New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday

Philip Dayton Thorpe’s Obituary: “I told you this would happen”

Chicago Schoolhouse is being Built on Site of Estimated 38,000 Unmarked Graves

U.S. Census 2020 To Ask Question on Same-Sex Couples

Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events

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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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