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Published by DearMyrtle Blog:HOW to participate in the DiscoverFreedmen.org Indexing Challenge

DearREADERS,”We are all an extension of those that came before us. So it’s vitally important that we understand how they lived, what their thought process was, what life was like for them so that we in turn can appreciate the type of life that we’re living now, and understand that everything that we have accomplished,… 6 more words

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Published by TheAncestorHunt: 12,564 FREE U.S. Historical Newspaper Links - Big June 2015 Update

On this website, the first set of online links to historical newspapers was published in February, 2014.This update, completed in June, 2015 has added 2,044 new titles.This gives us a total of 12,564 Online Historical Newspapers to search for FREE.More and more newspapers are being digitized and are being made available for all of us to research.… 9 more words

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Published by NGS Blog: National Genealogical Society Enters Partnership with Findmypast to Benefit NGS Members!

Findmypast NGS Members-Only Information PageARLINGTON, VA, 6 July 2015—National Genealogical Society (NGS) has made a special arrangement with Findmypast (FMP), one of the leading genealogical records companies, to provide NGS members a free, one-year subscription to Findmypast US and Canada collection.Members can use this opportunity to extend their own FMP US and Canada subscriptions beyond… 6 more words

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Published by Genealogy's Star: Discovering Birth Records

Many newly minted genealogical researchers are surprised to learn that government issuance of birth certificates is a relatively new development in the United States. For example, in Arizona, statewide birth registration did not begin until 1909 and general compliance did not occur until 1926. 20 more words

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Published by Ancestry.com Blog: Ask Ancestry Anne: How Do I Find Trees?

Question: Are there any plans to update searching for specific public trees? —PhyllisAnswer: Last month I answered a question about using and trusting other trees you find on Ancestry, which led to a lively debate to say the least! 38 more words

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Published by The Legal Genealogist: When in the course of human events…

IN CONGRESS, July 4, 1776. The unanimous Declaration of the thirteen United States of America, Original DeclarationWHEN in the Course of human events, it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another, and to assume among the powers of the earth, the separate and equal station to… 6 more words

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Published by Genealogy Blog: The Portable Genealogist: Seventeenth-Century New England Research

The Portable Genealogist: Seventeenth-Century New England Research is another in a line of laminated guides released as part of The Portable Genealogist series from The New England Historic Genealogical Society. 30 more words

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