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(+) Who “Owns” Data?
Finding Cemeteries With Your Computer
Federal Lawsuits Launched Against Three US Government Agencies for Failing to Produce Records Related to National Archives in Seattle
Someone Upscaled And Colorized The Oldest Recorded Video In History
Here’s What Happened When Students Went to School During the 1918 Pandemic
Gramps 5.1.3 Released
Pat Rand 2020 Hartzog Award Winner
Researchers Say They Know What Happened to Roanoke’s ‘Lost Colony’
Ancestry® Announces Free Six-month Subscription for Teachers Just in Time for School Year
Family Tree Webinars’ Call for Papers
New Free Historical Records on FamilySearch: Week of 17 August 2020
TheGenealogist releases over 260,000 individuals in a New Selection of Poll Book Records
FINDMYPAST FRIDAY: New and Exclusive Scottish Records and Photos
FDA grants 23andMe Clearance to Offer Interpretive Drug Information for Two Medications
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