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Genealogy Humor: 101 Funny Quotes & Sayings for Genealogists

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GenealogyBank - Introduction: Mary Harrell-Sesniak is a genealogist, author and editor with a strong technology background. In this guest blog post, Mary presents 101 of the funniest, quirkiest, or most touching s...

Genealogy Blogging Beat - Friday, 27 February 2015

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geneabloggers - On 27 February 1897, opera singer Marian Anderson was born at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Anderson’s talent was evident at an early age. Her career stonewalled by the prejudice she encountered in t...

Remembering the Amazing Life of Maya Angelou

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GenealogyBank - Calling someone a “Renaissance” person is an overused – and overblown – term these days. If a rock guitarist paints a portrait, the critics gush that he is a “Renaissance man.” However, America – a...

His Life for His Son’s: The Story of My Cousin Isaac Smith

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GenealogyBank - I recently found compelling newspaper articles about a local New York baker who lost his life while saving his drowning son. A distant cousin wrote me last week and mentioned that a mutual cousin o...

British Library Endangered Archives: New Online Collections - Genealogy Blog - Geneanet

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Geneanet - By Geneanet (Jean-Yves) on 27 February 2015, 13:15 | Digitization - Archives | Permalink | no comment Please read the 'Geneanet First Steps' pages to learn more about Geneanet To ask for help on an...

World War II Japanese American Relocation Camp Newspapers

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GenealogyBank - GenealogyBank has added newspapers published in the Japanese American Relocation Camps during World War II. These newspapers from Arkansas, California, Colorado and Utah contain birth, marriage, an...



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