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The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:
(+) How to Find Someone Who Has the Book You Seek
Genetic Genealogy can Help Solve Cold Cases. It can also Accuse the Wrong Person.
Geni Introduces Consistency Checker to the World Family Tree
The National Library of Israel and Google Together Will Digitize 120,000 Historic Books and Place Them Online
The State Archives of North Carolina is Looking for Transcribers
USCIS Proposes Fee Increases for Genealogy Records
Native American Genealogy in the New York City Area
Online Telephone Directory Collection of Interest to Genealogists
23andMe’s Stance on Protecting Customers’ Data
Ancestry Says, “Your Privacy is our Top Priority”
Association of Professional Genealogists Announces New Officers, Board, and Nominations Committee Members
White House Photographer David Kennerly to Keynote RootsTech 2020
FamilySearch Celebrates 125th Anniversary
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 11 November 2019
New Records Available To Search This Findmypast Friday
The ‘Baby Killer’ Drug
My Not-So-Evil “Twin Brother”
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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