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A notice of the latest EOGN Plus Edition newsletter was sent to you a few minutes ago. The latest Plus Edition newsletter is available at: https://eognplus.com/news/thisweek.htm.

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

This Newsletter is 24 Years Old!

Oh No! My Hard Drive Crashed.

Men Plead Guilty in Pittsburgh Carnegie Library Rare Books Theft

British National Archives to trial 12-Document Limit Per Day for Visitors, as Academics Warn Research Could Be Affected

No One Knew why the Kids in 2 Amish Families were Dying Suddenly. Now Researchers Have Some Answers. (It is Their Ancestry!)

FGS & the National Park Service to Launch U.S.-Mexican War War Soldiers & Sailors Database

New UK Parish and Military records available to Search this Findmypast Friday

North Carolina Newspapers from Northampton County are now Online

TheGenealogist Releases Records for over 500,000 individuals from Norfolk Parish Records

BBC Radio Times: Another Source of Genealogy Data

Mayflower Essay Contest Challenges Massachusetts Students, Grades 5-12

Could a Chromebook Replace Your Now-Outdated Laptop?

How to Switch from Windows 7 to Chrome OS CloudReady

Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events

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If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Dick Eastman at https://blog.eogn.com/contact-dick-eastman.

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