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(+) Finding Unmarked Graves with Ground Penetrating Radar
Book Review: Grow Your Own Family Tree
Book Review: In Their Words, A Genealogist’s Translation Guide to Polish, German, Latin, and Russian Documents
Facebook Launches New Tool to Help Users Memorialize Loved Ones
Researchers Want to Link Your Genes to Your Income but Should They?
Wayne County (Indiana) Genealogy Society (and all of its Historical Records) Needs a New Home
Website Content Editor Position Available
North Carolina Genealogical Society Call for Papers for 2019 Fall Conference
Press Release: TheGenealogist Enhances the Map Explorer
Press Release: Visiting Your Ancestral Town: Walk in the Footsteps of Your Ancestors (3rd edition) Now Available
How to Download Entire Websites for Offline Use
Obama’s Presidential Library Is Already Largely Digital
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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