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Recent articles and news published by Genealogy Today

Ancestry.com to Acquire iArchives Footnote.com

Ancestry.com to Acquire Professional Genealogy Firm ProGenealogists, Inc.

JewishGen and MyHeritage.com collaborate to build the Family Tree of the Jewish People

Popular Jewish Family History Research Database Expands

Ancestry.com to Acquire Sweden's Genline.se

Skytop Lodge Family Reunion 2010 Contest

A Closer Look at Casefile Clues... and a Discount Offer

British Library and brightsolid partnership to digitise up to 40 million pages of historic newspapers

Findmypast.Co.Uk's Great Western Railway Shareholder Index Now Complete

75,000 new WW1 records go online at findmypast.co.uk

Ancestry.com Previews Mac Version of Family Tree Maker Software

Chelsea Pensioners' Service Records Go Online For The First Time At Findmypast.co.uk

Most popular records at The National Archives; In-depth and colourful insight into the lives of ordinary ranking soldiers; Records include servicemen born in the UK and throughout the world, including India and Jamaica

Footnote.Com Lets People Create America’s Family Tree Through The Only Interactive U.S. Census

Finding Ancestors and distant relatives can be as easy as clicking a single button

Local Libraries Offer A Treasure Of Research Possibilities

Every library, even the smallest, offers a treasure trove of research possibilities for doing genealogical research beyond the genealogical section.

Episode 3: Making America

Making America tells the story of the peopling of the New World, of how land came to define the settling and identity of America, and of how the guests' ancestors were part of this history.

Akanekunik

Akasquy

Order of Amaranth

Mystic Order, Veiled Prophets of the Enchanted Realm

Akanaquint

Akamnik

Akaitchis

Episode 2: Becoming American

Becoming American explores the many journeys to becoming American that defined the "Century of Immigration" (1820s – 1924) and transformed the United States from a sleepy agrarian country into a booming industrial power.

Aiwanat

Hermetic Brothers of Luxor

Independent International Order of Owls

Aivilirmiut

Aivino

Lost Ancestors

There may be some ancestors that you never find for a variety of reasons. In my opinion some were very tactful in hiding out any time a record keeper showed up. They were always on the run from anybody who claimed to be recording names and dates.

Episode 1: Our American Stories

Our American Stories explores the dynamic and shifting relationship America had with her new immigrants in the 20th century.

Ahousaht

Ais

Fifth Order of Melchizedek and Egyptian Sphinx

Royal Order of Scotland

Ahahpitape

Ahatchuyuk

February 15th is Heritage Day in Canada

Many sport halls of fame and museums have areas in which they keep medals, photos, life stories, and book of achievements on file, which all add up to the genealogy of Canadian sports.

The Role Of History In Genealogical Research

Before you begin your genealogical research, you'd be wise to study a bit of history–either local or national–because history can have a direct bearing on where your genealogical search will take you.

Using Genealogy Toolbars

There are several free web browser toolbars available for downloading off Internet. The toolbar is at the top of your browser window and includes the address bar for typing in URLs, buttons to go back to the last page you were viewing, refresh button and more.

Tracing Ontario Relatives in the States

We often think of Canada as an immigrant country, and we know that many of those immigrants from Ireland, for example, eventually went to the United States.

Genealogy Project tracks ancestry of Charles Darwin

Tests on DNA taken from great-great-grandson show his forebears were among the first humans to leave Africa for the Middle East

Aguastayas

Ahaharopirnopa

Footnote.com and The National Archives Release New Vietnam War Photos and Records Online

Over 27,000 Photos And Records Are Added To The Largest Online Vietnam War Collection

New "Who Do You Think You Are" clip from NBC!

Order of Knights of Rome and of the Red Cross of Constantine

MyHeritage.com Acquires Major Family Network OSN to Accelerate Building the World’s Family Graph

MyHeritage.com announced a significant expansion of its global family network through the acquisition of the Hamburg-based OSN Group, which operates a network of 10 market-leading family sites, including Verwandt.de (Germany), Moikrewni.pl (Poland) and Dynastree.com (USA).

Society of Modern Rosicrucians

DearMYRTLE Announces official launch of APG Second Life chapter

Plans are underway to hold an organizatonal meeting, and a notecard explaining the process in being circulated among genealogists in Second Life.

Agomiut

Aguachacha

Aglemiut

Agaivanuna

Freemasonry

Brotherhood of the West Gate

Adshusheer

Agaihtkara

Acquintanacsuak

Acubadaos

African American Newspapers Added to GenealogyBank.com

GenealogyBank, a leading online provider of newspapers for family history research, announced today that it will be adding over 280 fully-searchable African-American newspapers with coverage from 1827 to 1999. GenealogyBank released the first 61 newspapers in this new series earlier this month, including coverage from 20 states.

Brotherhood of the New Life

Ancient Order of Osiris