Sep 5, 2022

The Latest EOGN Newsletter Is Now Available

Here is a list of all of this week’s articles, all of them available here at

(+) Finding Unmarked Graves with Ground Penetrating Radar

COPYRIGHTS and Other Legal Things for this Newsletter

Library Closures: Perhaps there is a Solution?

Genealogy vs Family History

US Life Expectancy Fell Nearly a Year in 2021

Free U.S. Census Records for Labor Day: Learn Your Ancestors’ Professions

Even Your DNA Isn’t Your Own. The Government Can Take It Without a Warrant

Summer Institute to Reconstruct South Carolina’s “Black Archive”

New British Royal Air Force Records Are Now Online

Roots Ireland Has Added 26,210 Historic Records From County Armagh Dating From the 17th to the 20th Centuries to Its Online Database

Acting Archivist of the United State Appoints 2022–2024 FOIA Advisory Committee Members

National Archives Head Says Agency ‘Fiercely Non-Political’ After Anti-Trump Accusations

U.S. Government Asks Public for Input on Census Design for 2030

Judge Finds Contradictions in Complaint

New Board of the International Confederation for Genealogy and Heraldry (CIGH) Elected

Musselman Family Photographs Now Available Through Milner Library’s Digital Collections

Australian Family Discovered as Rightful Recipients of $1.4 Million Inheritance

Another One Million Newspaper Pages Made Free by the British Newspaper Archive and the British Library

Findmypast Adds Thousands of Brand-New Yorkshire Records

The Family History Show is returning to London this Month!

Japan Declares ‘War’ on the Humble Floppy Disk in New Digitization Push

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