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(+) Our Ancestors’ Dental Care
Book Review: Finding Family
Republishing Obituaries: Is it Piracy?
The U.S. Version of “Who Do You Think You Are?” will Return, this Time on NBC
America is Losing its Memory
Announcing a Genealogy Cruise to Bermuda and to Newport, Rhode Island in 2020 with Cruise Everything
Delaware may Increase the Embargo Periods for Birth, Marriage, and Death Records
Family History Library to Add Sunday and Longer Monday Hours to Schedule
Genealogical Forum of Oregon Challenges Other Societies to Help Rebuild the Paradise Genealogical Society’s Library
Ancestry.com Updates the New York State, Death Index, 1957-1968
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of May 6, 2019
New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday
NGS Announces Winner of the Filby Award
NGS Awards Excellence in Genealogy Scholarship and Service
BCG Names First Recipients of the Donn Devine Award
NGS Introduces War of 1812 Records Course
You can Help on a Brand-New Transcription Project: Criminal Characters
Man who said he Hears Voices has been Charged in Fire Outside the U.S. National Archives
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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