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The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:
Man Arrested for Murder Claims that Police Use of a Genealogical DNA Database to Identify His Relatives Amounts to an Unconstitutional Search and an Invasion of His Privacy
The Stories You Learned in School about the First Thanksgiving Weren’t very Accurate
Book Review: Natchitoches Colonials
9 NEW Reports Added to MyHeritage Health Test
Cyber Monday Special: MyHeritage has announced the LOWEST PRICE EVER for DNA tests offered to EOGN newsletter readers in the US, UK, Canada, and Australia!
Have you tried AncestorSearch on Google Search for Searching for Ancestors (or Living People) Lately?
Governor Cuomo of New York has Signed Legislation Allowing New York Adoptees to Obtain Records of Their Birth Information
127 Years of Dallas History Uncovered as Oakland Cemetery’s Records, Once Buried, Come to Light
Following Backlash, Twitter Offers to ‘Memorialize’ Accounts of the Deceased
Bedfordshire Colour Tithe Maps added to TheGenealogist
Findmypast Announces Dundee & Angus Collection Partnership
Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry.com
Genealogy Guys Learn Announces Limited Holiday Sale
National Genealogical Society Seeks Nominations to the 2020 National Genealogy Hall of Fame
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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