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The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:
(+) Preserving Data: Separating Facts from Fiction
Announcing a Change in the List of Canceled or Rescheduled Genealogy Events
UPDATE #8: Genealogy Conferences and Other Events Schedule Changes Because of the Coronavirus Concerns
Book Review: The Family Tree Irish Genealogy Guide
Coronavirus Will Make the 2020 Census Even Trickier
Hey! I Received My 2020 U.S. Census Form Today!
N.J. Lawmaker Wants to Make DNA Test Results Your Personal Property
Plans for the National Genealogical Society’s Annual Conference in May
FREE ACCESS to All Irish Records at MyHeritage
Explore Your Irish Roots this St Patrick’s Day with 40% off a Findmypast Subscription
Findmypast Publishes New & Exclusive Irish Records
Recently Added and Updated Collections on Ancestry.com
Montana’s Content on Chronicling America Grows
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 9 March 2020
Descendants of Founder of Detroit Didn’t Tell Anyone They Were Going to Visit City
Recent Updates to the Calendar of Genealogy Events
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