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The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:
(+) Why Search Engines Cannot Find All your Online Genealogy Information
(+) Follow-Up: Genealogy Record Keeping in the Post-PC World
Great Chicago Fire of 1871
Some North Americans Claim a False Indigenous Identity
The Proposed GEDCOM 5.5.5 Standard is a Better GEDCOM
Doctor Sues Fertility Clinic After Discovering He Has At Least 17 Unknown Children From Sperm He Donated Decades Ago
The Messy Consequences of DNA and the Golden State Killer Case
The Cuyahoga County (Ohio) Sexual Assault Kit Task Force Pilot Program to Perform Genealogical Database Searches to Identify Rapists
Dr. Barbara Rae-Venter and Gene By Gene Join Forces to Shape the Future of Investigative Genetic Genealogy
Ant and Dec’s DNA Journey is Coming Soon to ITV
The RootsTech 2020 Early Bird Offer is Ending Soon
Launch of Genealogy Education Subscription Site: Genealogy Guys Learn
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 30 September 2019
New Records Available to Search this Week on Findmypast
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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