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(+) Why You May Need to Hire a Professional Genealogist

The Truth about Christopher Columbus and His “Discoveries”

TMG to GEDCOM Version 1.00 Released

calibre 4.0 is Released with New E-Book Viewer and New Server Capabilities

Your Comments are Requested Concerning an Interim Policy Concerning Forensic Genetic Genealogical DNA Analysis and Searching

Responsible Genetic Genealogy

How can I Be Sure My ‘Re-print’ and ‘Use’ of Information in Newspaper Articles and Genealogy Books is ‘LEGAL?’

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(+) Internet Archive Wants to Store Everything, Including Books

U.S. Justice Department Sets Rules for Using Genealogy Sites to Solve Crimes

MyHeritage LIVE 2019 Lectures Are Now Online

MyHeritage DNA Uncover Rugby Legends Origins

How to Digitize and Archive Your Entire Family Photo Collection

Talk to Friends and Relatives After They Die

Thousands of Free Historic Photographs Online

A New Leaf”, A new Television Series by Ancestry® to debut on NBC this Fall

Announcing Genea – Your Personal Genealogy Notebook For Apple’s iOS and iPadOS Devices

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(+) Genealogy Record Keeping in the Post-PC World

Register for RootsTech/Salt Lake City 2020

Utah Adds More Privacy to Family Information Submitted to Online Genealogy and DNA Web Sites

Czech Republic National Museum is Searching for Early Czech Sound Recordings in the US

Brazil Records First-Ever Blockchain Birth Certificate

Genealogist-on-Demand: Virtual Consultation Service announced by Legacy Tree Genealogists

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(+) Digitize Your Life

The Missing Piece, the MyHeritage Original Documentary that had its World Premiere this Past Weekend at the MyHeritage Live in Amsterdam is now Available to Watch Online

Road to RootsTech 2020/Salt Lake City Video Series is Now Available

Kadeena Cox Announced as a Keynote Speaker at RootsTech/London

Genetic Testing Scam Preys on Seniors’ Cancer Fears and May Be Costing Taxpayers Millions

How to Create and Customize Google Maps

Libraries and Archivists are Scanning and Uploading Books that are Secretly in the Public Domain

The Growing Interest in African American Ancestry

Another “Interesting” Obituary

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An Update from MyHeritage LIVE 2019 – Day 1

An Update from MyHeritage LIVE 2019 – Day 2

An Update from MyHeritage LIVE 2019 – Day 3 (the Final Day)

MyHeritage Acquires Promethease and SNPedia

New MyHeritage Education Center Announced in MyHeritage LIVE 2019

A Brief Report on the Party in Amsterdam on Saturday Evening

Who Was that Mystery Person in Costume at the MyHeritage LIVE 2019 Party?

RPAC at FGS 2019 in DC — Is This A Breakthrough?

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On the Road Again, This Time to Amsterdam

(+) Convert Your Old Computer into an In-Home Server

Running Genealogy Programs and Storing Data on Different Operating Systems

The Best Mobile Scanning Apps

FamilySearch Introduces Family Tree Lite

Digitizing Canada’s Heritage is the Top Priority for Canada’s new Chief Librarian and Archivist

This Man Facilitates Surprise Inheritances from Long-forgotten Relatives

A Study of Immigrants from Russia to Baltimore

Africa’s Largest Ancestry DNA Unveiling Takes Place in Ghana as 250 Americans Retrace 400-Year Slave Route

On the Road Again, This Time to Amsterdam

This is a quick notice to let you know there may not be as many articles as normal posted in this newsletter in the next few days. I will be in Amsterdam, Netherlands from Wednesday, September 4 through Wednesday of the following week, September 11. I will be attending the MyHeritage LIVE 2019 genealogy conference on September 6 through 8. See https://live2019.myheritage.com for details about the conference. I will then add a few days “personal time” after the conference so that I can be a tourist in the country and travel around a bit.

I have been to the Netherlands before and left with some ideas on what I wanted to do “next time.” I want to follow up on those ideas. My last visit was delightful but occurred some years ago. I now plan to see what has changed and to visit a few places that I missed on my last trip.

I hope to write about the conference events that I see at MyHeritage LIVE 2019. I suspect I will also post a number of photographs of the conference in this newsletter while I am there.

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(+) Big Disk Drives – Cheap!

On the Road Again, This Time to the FGS Conference in Washington, DC

Genealogy Sleuthing: How to Date Old Family Photos – Part II

Hungary Has the World’s Second Largest Percentage of Population with Jewish Ancestry

Hotel Reservations Now Open for the National Genealogical Society’s 2020 Family History Conference

Washington State Archives and Library Awarded for Saving Artifacts from Aberdeen Armory Fire

Ancestry CEO Margo Georgiadis Reveals the Company’s Health Ambitions

On the Road Again, This Time to the FGS Conference in Washington, DC

This is a quick notice to let you know there may not be as many articles as normal posted in this newsletter in the next few days. If you have been reading this newsletter for some time, you already know that I often travel to genealogy conferences.

I will be in Washington, DC this week on Wednesday through Saturday. I will be attending the annual conference of the Federation of Genealogical Societies. For details about this conference, see https://www.fgsconference.org.

I hope to write about the conference events that I see and attend. I suspect I will also post a number of photographs of the conference in this newsletter while I am there. Who knows? I may even get to attend a few presentations!

I should be back home next week for a few days before heading out on my next trip.

Stay tuned!

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(+) A GPS Device That is Accurate to Within One Centimeter

Millions of Books Are Secretly in the Public Domain

Leaking Dome at National Records of Scotland Causes Massive Damage to Precious Historical Documents

Genealogy Sleuthing: How to Date Old Family Photos

How the Great Fertility Decline Affected the Lives of Women

Florida Holocaust Museum working to Digitize Entire Museum Collection of over 20,000 Items

Help Wanted at the U.S. Census

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(+) What is a Genogram and Why Should I Create One?

Update: the Genealogy Cruise to Bermuda 2020

MyHeritage Returns to the Dr. Phil Show

MacFamilyTree 9 and MobileFamilyTree 9 are Now Available

The American Ancestry of Boris Johnson, Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, Is Revealed by American Scholar

Digitized Historic Mississippi Newspapers are Available Online

95 Years of Brooklyn Jewish History Now Accessible Online and In Person in the Archives of the East Midwood Jewish Center of Brooklyn

Ontario’s Vernon Directories are now Beginning to Appear Online

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Illinois Governor Signs Initiative to Protect Personal DNA Data

Archaeologists Develop Interactive Map for Daughters of Zion Cemetery in Charlottesville, Virginia

Death of the Blue Bloods ‘Red Book’ As Debrett’s Moves Online Only

New UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson is Related to Queen Elizabeth

Next Season of the UK Version of “Who Do You Think You Are ” Announcement

IRS Allows Tax Breaks for Buyers of 23andMe Genetic Tests

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(+) The 1890 U.S. Census: Not Everything Was Destroyed

MyHeritage Expands to Health; Launches New DNA Test Offering Powerful and Personalized Health Insights for Consumers

Pssst! Want to Buy Your Family’s Coat of Arms?

GRAMPS and Other Genealogy Programs in the Cloud

Another Method of Sending Large Files to Others

Are You Unknowingly Forfeiting Your Genetic Privacy Rights?

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(+) Are You Ready for the Future of Computing?

America Counts: Stories Behind the Numbers

ScanBee: A Scanner and Copier in Your iPhone

Another Update to Randy Majors’ Genealogy Mapping Web Site

Tennessee State Library & Archives Launches New Digital Project on Revolutionary War

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(+) Ahnentafel and Kekule Numbering Systems

Medical Practices Your Ancestors May Have Experienced

MyHeritage Live 2019’s Schedule

MyHeritage DNA Kits Now on Sale in Costco in the UK and in Iceland

Newly Recovered Ground Zero Photos Show Why You Should Back Up your CD-Recordable Disks Now: Photo CDs Don’t Last Forever

Decades of History Could Be ‘Erased from Australia’s Memory’ as Tape Machines Disappear

Australian Joint Copying Project

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(+) Facing Up to the Long-term Future of Your Genealogy Society

Win Tickets to MyHeritage LIVE, Including a Free Stay at the Iconic Hilton Amsterdam

Libraries without Librarians

Update: Libraries without Librarians

Randy Majors Adds Still More Functionality to his Genealogy Mapping Web Site that Works with Google Maps: Township, Range, and Section

The Popularity of Your Last Name

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(+) What is a Wiki and Why Should I Care?

Brooklyn Library Digitizes Thousands of Historic Newspaper Articles

How 23andMe Will Mine its Giant DNA Database for Health and Wealth

3 Arrested in France for Looting the Archives of Libraries Throughout Europe

New Irish Historical Birth, Marriage and Death Registers Available Online for Public to Access

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(+) Can You Trust Online Genealogy Data?

National Geographic Society’s Genographic DNA Project to Shut Down

How Your Privacy Will Be Protected in the 2020 Census

Free World War I Genealogy PDF Guide Offered

The ‘Clotilda,’ the Last Known Slave Ship to Arrive in the U.S., Is Found

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(+) Publishing Your Genealogy Book on Demand

Using a Chromebox as My Primary Day-to-day Computer

GEDmatch Implements Required Opt-In for Law Enforcement Matching

The Reasons Why GEDmatch Recently Changed Its Terms of Service

MyHeritage Offers Free Access to Military Records for Memorial Day

Geoff Rasmussen of FamilyTreeWebinars.com Announces a Rare 50% off Special on Webinar Memberships

23andMe is Updating Ancestry Results Without Telling Users