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17th-century Massacre in Connecticut was New England’s ‘Jamestown’
An Historian claims the Pilgrim Fathers set off in the Mayflower from Cornwall, not Plymouth
Fire Destroys Decades of Archives at a Tennessee Social Justice Center
MyHeritage Eurovision Bus heads to London
MyHeritage Helps Robin McGraw Discover Her Family History on Today’s Episode of Dr. Phil
Spared From the Shredder (for Now): ‘Priceless’ Bank Records of Old New York
The Internet Archive has Uploaded 450,000 songs Collected Before Myspace’s Massive Data Loss
The Online History of the Royal Australian Air Force
Thousands of old Edmonton, Alberta Historical Photos are now Online
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 1 April 2019
New Kent Parish Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday
New Records on FamilySearch from March 2019
Ancestry.com Adds Boston, Massachusetts Archdiocese Roman Catholic Sacramental Records, 1789-1900
NERGC 2019 Conference in Pictures
Press Release: 39th IAJGS International Conference on Jewish Genealogy Set in Cleveland
Press Release: NGS to Live Stream Ten Genealogy Lectures During its Family History Conference in May
Press Release: TheFamilyHistoryShow.com 2019 Events
2019 German Genealogy Conference to be Held in Sacramento, CA, from June 15-17
Online Registration is Now Open for the Federation of Genealogical Societies’ 2019 National Conference
Press Release: Forces War Records Partners with Remembered
Press Release: Massachusetts Genealogical Council presents the Barnes Award to Brooke Schreier Ganz
Another Humorous Obituary: Tim Schrandt of Ridgeway, Iowa
The End of the Desktop Computer?
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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