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(+) How to Improve Your Productivity with Two or More Monitors
Book Review: Delaware Genealogical Research Guide
The 1890 U.S. Census: Not Everything Was Destroyed
Your Genes May Influence Your COVID-19 Risk, According to a New Study
Gedmatch is Investigating After Users’ DNA Profile Data was Made Available to Police
Family Tree Maker Software Producer Exposes Data on 60,000 Users
Security Alert: Malicious Phishing Attempt Detected, Possibly Connected to GEDmatch Breach
Ancestry Security Team Confident Family Tree Maker Vulnerability Has Not Impacted Ancestry’s Systems
(Updated) Trump Signs Order Targeting Undocumented Immigrants in the US Census
Announcing the Family History Federation’s “Really Useful Family History Show” on Saturday 14th November
Elise C. Cole Joins the Ontario Genealogical Society to Ensure the Society Is Informed and Compliant With Copyright Law and Best Practices
Genetic Impact of African Slave Trade Revealed in DNA Study
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 20 July 2020
Rare New Records Available to Search This Findmypast Friday
TheGenealogist Now Offers New Records to Help Find Your Australian Cousins
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