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(+) How Long Will a Flash Drive Last?
Genealogy’s Often-Misspelled Words
Reclaim the Records Launches its Biggest Genealogy-Related Lawsuit Ever
Scammers May Be Using DNA Testing to Defraud Medicare and Steal Identities
Turn Your Friends and Family into Playing Cards
New Hampshire Launches an Online Database for More Than 16,000 Historical Records
Notre-Dame de Paris in Pictures
State Library of Pennsylvania Relocating for Two Plus Years While Undergoing Renovations
American Ancestors and New England Historic Genealogical Society Open Boston’s Mayflower 400th Anniversary Commemorations with Tributes to Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Nation
Ancestry Adds More U.S. Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Records, Swedish American Church Records, and Michigan Birth, Marriage, and Divorce Records
Ancestry Reportedly is Preparing for a Second IPO as DNA-Test Industry Booms
Press Release – Free DNA Test For Leiden Pilgrim Descendants
Press Release: IGRS adds 13,300 New Records to its Early Irish BMD Indexes
Press Release: New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 15 April 2019
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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