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To all Plus Edition subscribers:

A notice of the latest EOGN Plus Edition newsletter was sent to you a few minutes ago. You will notice that this week’s email looks radically different from the previous Plus Edition email messages you have received. It is even different from last week’s (experimental) email message. I hope you will like the changes but, if not, please let me know.

The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:

On the Road Again, This Time to Amsterdam

(+) Convert Your Old Computer into an In-Home Server

Running Genealogy Programs and Storing Data on Different Operating Systems

The Best Mobile Scanning Apps

FamilySearch Introduces Family Tree Lite

Digitizing Canada’s Heritage is the Top Priority for Canada’s new Chief Librarian and Archivist

This Man Facilitates Surprise Inheritances from Long-forgotten Relatives

A Study of Immigrants from Russia to Baltimore

Africa’s Largest Ancestry DNA Unveiling Takes Place in Ghana as 250 Americans Retrace 400-Year Slave Route

New Historical Records Added to MyHeritage in August 2019

Lancaster County (Virginia) Fiduciary Records 1657-1872 Online

DigitalNC adds 700+ Issues of Raleigh’s Carolinian Newspaper

New Records Available to Search this Findmypast Friday

New Records on FamilySearch from August 2019

Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry.com

TheGenealogist Releases the Lloyd George Domesday Survey Records for Tower Hamlets

Black Sheep in the (New Zealand) Family?

Footage With Authentic Audio From 1928 England

Here’s What RV Camping Looked Like 100 Years Ago

Off Topic: Zello for Cell Phones is not an Actual Walkie-Talkie, and Still Needs Internet Connectivity to Work

Will My Cellphone Work During and After a Hurricane?

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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2 Comments

Dick, if you haven’t already been there, Haarlem is only a few minutes train ride from Amsterdam. The Franz Hals museum there is absolutely stunning, and having lunch in the market square usually includes live music. Enjoy your trip!

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    —> Dick, if you haven’t already been there,

    Thanks for thinking of me. However, I have been to the Netherlands a couple of times. On one business trip, I had a rental car for two weeks and drove all over the country on the weekends when I didn’t have to work. I haven’t been there for a while, however, and am looking forward to seeing the changes.

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