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African Ancestry, Inc.
African Ancestry, Inc. is an African-American owned company that pioneered DNA-based ancestry tracing for people of African descent in the U.S. Through their proprietary database of over 25,000 indigenous African lineages, they have helped thousands of families discover their roots at 99%!
Family Tree Builder 5.0
MyHeritage.com brings Family History to the Masses with Free Family Builder 5.0. Here is their press release!
Casefile Clues and Google Books
I was waiting on my husband recently during his dental visit. Knowing he would be there a while, I grabbed some issues of Casefile Clues I had not read yet. The issue that caught my attention this morning was Volume 1, Number 26 of January 24, 2010 titled, "A few Searches on Google Books".
52 Weeks To Better Genealogy - Volunteer Potential
52 Weeks To Better Genealogy posted their Challenge #46 on Volunteering. Here is their challenge: Assess your volunteer potential.
Carnival of Genealogy, 100th Edition
Call for Submissions! Looking for all Bloggers to participate in this 100th Edition of the Carnival of Genealogy. Come join us and help meet this goal!
Clark Doan of Tennessee Genealogical Society gave a wonderful interactive lecture on Navigating Roadblocks. I want to share with you some of the things discussed that night. Each of us was given a question to answer. Below are the questions and some of the replies each group gave.
Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors Magazine
Family Chronicle, The How To Genealogy Magazine, has just introduced a special edition. It is called Tracing Your Civil War Ancestors. Check it out!
Legacy Family Tree Webinars
Legacy Family Tree offers great webinars for FREE. Check it out!
Ohana Software Webinars
Ohana Software has some great FREE webinars available. Check it out!
The Importance of the Original
I attended a seminar led by Michael John Neill. He mentioned something that I had not thought much about-the importance of noting the type of document you are looking at – is it an original or a copy? Have you ever thought about why this is so important and how it might apply to your research?
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