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US Georgia WWII Draft Registration Cards 1897–1929

This blog post will be updated as new updates come along. Post Updated April 22, 2014 (added How To Video link from Genealogie Bonstetten YouTube Channel) 1,473 more words

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US California WWI Draft Registration Cards 1917-1918

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Post last updated April 6, 2014

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Fold 3 has digitized 9 new collections (including 2 photograph collections) comprising hundreds of thousands of records of men who served in the New York National Guard and New York regiments from the Civil War to World War II, in a new partnership with the New York State Military Museum in Saratoga Springs. 76 more words

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Genealogy and Museums (IV). CERES, the "PARES" of the museums.

How can I find information on the Spanish museums? Do I have to walk by the museums of fine arts to find out if there is a picture of such a great-grandfather that was portrayed, or who was the painter, during  the 19th century?

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Genealogy and Museums (III). Museums, a source of information for genealogical research.

The short walk we gave this week by the Museo del Ejército (Spanish Army Museum) guided by a few descendants of the lineage of Tejada was not intended to become a brief guide for other few relatives that, faced with a possible visit, would chose these lines to get into the Museum.

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Genealogy and museums (II). Descendants of the lineage of Tejada in the Spanish Army Museum.

The outstanding participation of D. Sancho de Tejada in the legendary battle of Clavijo (844) provoked that, according to tradition in the privilege granted by Enrique IV in 1460, … 799 more words

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