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(+) Save Something for Future Generations: Create a Time Capsule

My Photos from RootsTech2020 in Salt Lake City

Will the Coronavirus Create Travel Bans and Cancellations of Genealogy Conferences?

CANCELED: Genealogy Conferences and Other Events Because of Coronavirus Concerns

Free Video Conferencing: Coronavirus Spurs Special Deals from WebEx, Google, and Others

Gilad Japhet, MyHeritage Founder and CEO, RootsTech Address

MyHeritage Announces FREE Access to Irish Records During Irish-American Heritage Month

Historic Migration Patterns Are Written in Americans’ DNA

Newly-Digitized Confederate Slave Payrolls Shed Light on Lives of 19th Century African American Families

One Of The Best ‘Hidden’ Museums In New York Might Unearth Your Ancestors

TheGenealogist Announces New Property Records for Greenwich are Now Available Online

[UPDATE from] New York, New York, Index to Birth Certificates, 1866-1909

Findmypast Friday: Fascinating New Women’s Records Available to Search Online for the First Time

Massachusetts Governor Baker Appoints Brenton Simons Vice Chair of State Commission

She Got a Hysterectomy Because of Family History. Then She Found Out She Was Adopted.

DNA Testing Kits: What Are the Privacy Risks?

Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events

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