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(+) Scanning Old Books
Forget Paper. Forget Hard Drives. Forget CD and DVD Disks. Forget Most Everything Else. For Long-Term preservation, Use a Piece of Glass.
The Free Scanner App You Probably Already Have Installed
Have You Used the FamilySearch Digital Library?
Book Review: Who Was Ann Gregg?
MyHeritage Education: New Content to Master Your Genealogy Skills
Warrant Issued Permitting Police Full Access to GEDmatch Database
Help Wanted: Looking for Former TMG Users to Help Test a Future Version of Family Historian
The Wikipedia Of Graves: Israeli App CemoMemo Brings Cemeteries Into The Digital World
Don’t Want to Lose (Parts of) Your Genealogical Data?
Genealogy at Sea! July 2020
Library Census Equity Fund
American Society of Genealogists awards Certificate of Appreciation to David E. Rencher
American Society of Genealogists grants ASG Scholar Award for 2020 to Denise Cross and Candace Marx
Hackney Area Lloyd George Domesday records added to TheGenealogist’s Map Explore
Findmypast Announces Free Veterans Day Access
Ancestry® Veteran’s Day Offer: Free Access To World’s Largest US Military Records Collection
FREE Access to All Databases on AmericanAncestors.org from Tuesday, November 12 through Tuesday, November 19
Family History Researcher Academy Re-releases the English and Welsh Family History Researcher Course
Laboratory for Advanced Medicine Inc. has Hired a new Chief Executive Officer: Kenneth Chahine, a former Ancestry.com Executive
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 4 November 2019
New Military Records Available to Search this Findmypast Friday
Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry.com
Doctor at Center of Lawsuit involving DNA Agrees to Give Up Medical License
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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