Apr 17, 2023

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What’s the Best Way to Store Data for Decades or Centuries?

U.S. National Archives’ Statement on the Presidential Records Act Special Access Requests

Every Blue Eyed Person on the Planet Is a Descendant of One Single Person

Ancestry Sites Giving Away Identity of Sperm and Egg Donors

Genetic Contribution From the Stone Age May Influence Our Chance to Have a Long Life

Genealogists Announce Breakthrough in DNA Analysis of Tulsa’s Oaklawn Cemetery Remains

Nonprofit Working to Solve California Cold Case With Eastern North Carolina Ties Using Investigative Genealogy

How Artificial Intelligence Is Helping Historians Better Understand Our Past

Tennessee Historical Commission Unveils Online Database of Cemeteries

Record Locations Compiled by the New York State Archives

National Archives of New Zealand Reboots Problematic Search System

The New Assistant Director at the FamilySearch Library

Tamara Martin Appointed Director of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum

The Story of China’s Largest Genealogy Collection

Browse British Calendars and Durham Baptisms Like Never Before With Findmypast’s New Additions

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Census Bureau Releases New U.S. Population Estimates by Age and Sex

Bluesky – a Twitter Clone

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