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FamilySearch has added 19 new collections as follows: “Included are 19 new collections: 7 from Napoli, Italy, 7 from the United States, 4 from Germany, and 1 from Netherlands. Among these collections are the United States Draper Manuscript Collection from 1740 to 1960 (more information can be found here), the Germany, Brandenburg, Bernau bei Berlin […]

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Sandy on November 19th, 2012

These days with increasing frequency, pundits and political candidates cite the Constitution of the United States as the legal backing for what should or what shouldn’t be done. Although many people studied the Constitution in school or college, we often need to be reminded about things we though it said and it doesn’t. Listed below […]

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I’m a big fan of Wikipedia and so is David Ferriero, 10th Archivist of the United States. That’s an impressive endorsement. Most of us have discovered that it’s usually the first place to go for information to get started on research.  According to a recent Pew Internet report, with about 53% of all Internet-connected using its […]

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