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(+) Downsizing: the Paperless Office for Genealogists
Book Review: Abstracts of the Debt Books of the Provincial Land Office of Maryland
Announcing the MyHeritage DNA Health and Ancestry Test
A Village in France Will Pay You $2,240 to Decipher a Rock
Preserving Pennsylvania’s Oldest Historical Documents
Update: a Genealogy Cruise to Bermuda and to Newport, Rhode Island in 2020 with Cruise Everything
Cool Location Explorer on Google Maps – a Tool for GeoGeeks
Findmypast offers New Opportunities to Discover and Find Connections in Europe
New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of May 13, 2019
TheGenealogist is Expanding its Occupational Records with over 300,000 Records of Masters and Apprentices included in a Nautical Set of Apprenticeship Records
W.S. Clark Store of Tarboro, North Carolina Accounting Ledgers are Now Online at DigitalNC
A Success in Fighting Diabetes
Update: A Success in Fighting Diabetes
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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