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The following articles are listed in this week’s Plus Edition email:
(+) Does It Still Make Sense to Buy CDs?
Fate of Seattle U.S. National Archives Facility Still in Limbo
(United Kingdom) Census Order and Regulations for England and Wales
How to Organize 30 Years of Family Videos in an AI Archive
The Mask Wars of the 1918 Flu Pandemic versus Those of Today
How to Apply for Australian Citizenship
National Genealogical Society Announces Plans for its 2021 Family History Conference
This Year’s “Back To Our Past 2020” in Ireland will be a Virtual Event – Anyone Can Attend Worldwide
Ukrainian History and Education Center to Launch FREE Online Genealogy Series
COVID-19 Pandemic Has Heightened Interest in Underlying Health Risks, Ancestry® Family Health Survey Shows
Genealogical Archive of 52,000 Irish-Jewish Records, From Over 200 Years, Presented to Dublin City
Kentucky Genealogical Society Announces a Series of Web Seminars: “Discovering Your Bluegrass Roots in Kentucky”
The Quinte Branch of Ontario Ancestors Announces an Update of the Society’s Online Finding Aid
Library of Virginia Once Again Open to Genealogists, With Restrictions
Berks County (Pennsylvania) Genealogical Society Library to Reopen
Sussex County, New Jersey Libraries to Reopen on Monday
Millions of New Parish Records Available to Search This Findmypast Friday
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 13 July 2020
The Boston Public Library and American Ancestors│NEHGS Collaborate To Present Author Larry Tye on Lessons and Legacy of McCarthy Era
Here’s Why You Should Use Google Duo for Your Video Calls Instead of Zoom
The Latest Status Symbol Among the Ultrawealthy is a Coat of Arms, and It’s Partially Thanks to Hit Shows Like ‘Game of Thrones’
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