May 1, 2023

The Latest Weekly EOGN Newsletter Is Now Available

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

(+) Where is Genealogy Technology Headed?

It is the First Day of the Month: Back Up Your Genealogy Files

Have You Used the FamilySearch Digital Library?

Search Historical Newspaper Archives with

Hart Island, the USA’s Largest Public Cemetery, to Become a Public Park

A Survey: Unlock the Past Cruises 2024-2026

Delaware Historical Society Releases African American History Resource Guide

Penn State University Libraries Amplifies ‘Black History and Visual Culture’ With Digital Collection

New Celtic Festival Is Coming to West Virginia

Genealogists Say the State of New York Hinders Their Research Into Ancestry

Irish Citizenship by Descent: The Extensive Guide

Tales of Ancient Irish Heroes Become More Accessible in New Online Database

Help Sought for Cold Case in Ventura County, California

Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage of Santa Barbara

The Eastman Monument in East Concord, New Hampshire

Jerry Springer, Son of Jewish Refugees and Star of TV’s Most Controversial Show, Dies at 79

New Genotype Tests Reveal Most Brits Have Neanderthal DNA and All of Them Are Immigrants

Stockton and Darlington Railway Archive Available to the Public Online

Step Into Another Era With Historical Photographs This Findmypast Friday

A Garbage Man’s Act of Kindness Helps the Bride to Regain Her Family Heirloom From Trash

Jack Dorsey’s Bluesky is like Twitter without Musk

The 5 Best Cloud Backup Alternatives to Google Drive and Dropbox
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