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(+) Can You Trust Online Genealogy Data?
National Geographic Society’s Genographic DNA Project to Shut Down
How Your Privacy Will Be Protected in the 2020 Census
Free World War I Genealogy PDF Guide Offered
The ‘Clotilda,’ the Last Known Slave Ship to Arrive in the U.S., Is Found
Many Items in Rhode Island’s Archives are at Risk of Damage
National Library of Ireland Genealogy Service 2019
TheGenealogist Announces the Online Release of Islington Lloyd George Domesday Survey Records
Ancestry.com Adds Online 1850 U.S. Federal Census Slave Schedules
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of May 28, 2018
Minister Rodriguez Announces Appointment of Leslie Weir to Library and Archives Canada
Rolling Stone Ronnie Wood left out of Who Do You Think You Are? because his Family History is “Too Complex”
Tornado Outbreaks Reminder to Make Smartphones Disaster-Ready
It is the First Day of the Month: Back Up Your Genealogy Files
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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