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(+) A GPS Device That is Accurate to Within One Centimeter
Millions of Books Are Secretly in the Public Domain
Leaking Dome at National Records of Scotland Causes Massive Damage to Precious Historical Documents
Genealogy Sleuthing: How to Date Old Family Photos
How the Great Fertility Decline Affected the Lives of Women
Florida Holocaust Museum working to Digitize Entire Museum Collection of over 20,000 Items
Help Wanted at the U.S. Census
Maine Genealogical Society Annual Conference
SLIG Scholarship Winners Announced
The B&F Compendium of Jewish Genealogy won the 2019 IAJGS Outstanding Project Award
Historic Catholic Records Online Project Expansion Announced by American Ancestors and the Archdiocese of Boston
Napa, California Mortuary Records are Now Online
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 5 August 2019
New Records Available on FamilySearch from July 2019
New Records Available to Search on Findmypast
Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry.com
Joseph M. (Joe) Lalley Jr., R.I.P.
Off-Topic: What is Wi-Fi Calling and Why Would I Want It?
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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