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The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:
(+) How to Rescue Old Photos and Documents: Make a Humidification Chamber
How to Record Genealogy Information Found Online
Book Reviews: Derry, Ireland Publications written by Brian Mitchell
Nathan Dylan Goodwin’s New Book: The Sterling Affair
The Story Behind the German Jewish War Hero Honored on Both Sides of the Atlantic, Decades Apart
23andMe Lays Off 100 Employees
Proposed Utah Legislature Bill Would Keep Law Enforcement from Probing DNA Data
Florida’s Genetic Information Bill Heads to House Floor
SB 1051 Virginia Public Records Act; Availability of Public Records
Genealogical Forum of Oregon Objects to Seattle National Archives Closure
Danish Reality TV Show Seeks Americans of Danish Ancestry
The Massive Graveyard Found Underneath a London Underground Station When Crossrail was Built
‘People Not Property’ Aims to Create Statewide Database of Slave Deeds in North Carolina
Encouraging Professional Researchers to be the Best
Findmypast Friday – Celebrate Burns Night with new Scottish Records
Announcing Genealogical Adventures 2020 – a Heritage and Genealogical Tour to
Sweden 2020, 3rd – 11th August 2020.
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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