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Ancestor Searching, Vol. 4, #6

Terms and Meanings of Genealogical Words: Something a little bit different from the usual articles. Read more about Ancestor Searching, Vol. 4, #6

Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 4, # 5

The Domesday Book was the first major census in the British Isles, and was more comprehensive than current census compilations, as properties such as farms, mills, bakeries and oth Read more about Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 4, # 5

HMCPL receives grant from Huntsville Hospital

The HMCPL is a recipient of the 2009-2010 Huntsville Hospital Community Health Initiative Grant! Read more about HMCPL receives grant from Huntsville Hospital

Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 4, # 4

Oral history interviewing is a tool that's used for research in history, anthropology, and folklore. Read more about Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 4, # 4

Geronimo Descendants

From Dick Eastman's genealogy blog comes this interesting article . . . Read more about Geronimo Descendants

Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 4, # 2

When Roots Television debuted on September 29, 2006, it was a low-key launch in beta mode intended to draw enough traffic to test the site and work through Read more about Ancestor Searching Newsletter, Volume 4, # 2

A Better Way to Cite Online Sources

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New Zealand Blue Books 1840-1855 now online

From the New Zealand Archives comes the following news:

"BLUE BOOKS 1840 TO 1855 NOW ONLINE

A detailed insight into times past is revealed in this country’s Blue Books 1840 to 1855 which are now available online, Archives New Zealand Chief Executive Dianne Macaskill said today.

“All 24 books which are a wonderful source of information about the workings of the early New Zealand government have been digitised,” Dianne Macaskill said. Read more about New Zealand Blue Books 1840-1855 now online

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