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How Do You Find a Professional Genealogist You Can Trust?

Maybe you’ve hit a wall in tracing an elusive ancestor, or you’ve received DNA-analysis results of which you can’t make heads or tails. At this point, you might consider getting professional help. Henry Louis Gates Jr. (well known for his Finding Your Roots television program) and and Suzanne Stewart, a researcher at the New England Historic Genealogical Society, have pulled together some guidance that can point you in the right direction. You can find this interesting, although brief,...

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British Library opens National Newspaper Building

The British Library opened a new long-term home for UK national newspaper collection last week. The facility is huge. It appears to be the latest, state-of-the-art facility featuring robotic cranes to retrieve newspapers from shelving that are 20 metres (65 feet) high. Of course, it has temperature and humidity controls, as one might expect in any archival facility.

In reading about the new facility, one thing jumped out at me: the newspapers are stored in a dark, airtight, low-oxygen...

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Book Review: North Carolina Genealogy Research

The following book review was written by Bobbi King:

North Carolina Genealogy Research.
by Michael A. Ports. Genealogy At a Glance guide, published by Genealogical Publishing Co., 2014. Laminated, 4 pages.

North Carolina is one of the latest brochures in the Genealogy At a Glance series of short, concise guides meant to be portable, durable, lightweight, and quickly referenced. With some significant genealogical events coming up in Salt Lake City within the next few weeks, genealogists might...

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AncestryDNA Testing Kits Now Available in the United Kingdom and Ireland

Ancestry.com sold the company’s first DNA kit in the U.S. in 2012 and, since then, more than 700,000 people have used AncestryDNA to discover more about their family history. Now anyone in the United Kingdom or in Ireland can do the same.

The Ancestry DNA kit costs £99 plus shipping. You can learn more or order a kit at: http://dna.ancestry.co.uk.


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Accessible Archives and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library Enter Into a Publishing Partners Agreement

The following announcement was written by Accessible Archives, Inc.:

Malvern, PA (January 29, 2015) – Accessible Archives, Inc., a publisher of electronic full-text searchable historical databases has signed an agreement with the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library to preserve in digital format a number of primary source collections relating to President Lincoln and the State of Illinois. Once the materials have been digitized and made fully searchable, they will be available to...

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