- For Black History Month, fold3.com has made its Black History Records available for free throughout the month of February.
- The John Hope Franklin Research Center for African and African American History and Culture has added 310 oral history interviews to its digital collections. The blog post has links to the complete collection, the making of the collection, and to listen to the interviews. [Duke University Library Blog, The Devil's Tale]
- This is interesting from The Conversation: an online digital archive that saves heritage buildings and monuments -- CyArk.
- Have Scottish ancestors? Scotland's People has just added the 1885 Valuation Rolls to their online collections.
- Yesterday, Ancestry.com updated their existing collection, Hart's Annual Army List 1908. [British]
- Frustrated by not being able to watch the Rootstech videos on your mobile device? On the blog, Zalewski Family Genealogy, Brian explains how mobile users can access and watch the Rootstech recorded videos on their devices.
- Have Canadian ancestors? On Genealogy Canada, Elizabeth gives a list of updates made to Canada GenWeb.
- Angela Alcorn explains on MakeUseof.com how the Chromebook can be your "Ultimate Travel Device."
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added or updated record indexes and/or record images for Australia; England & Wales; Germany; Honduras; Italy; New Zealand; Peru; the Canadian province, Saskatchewa; the US states of Arkansas, California, Illinois, Massachusetts, Missouri, Montana, South Carolina, Washington, and Wisconsin; and US records for the Panama Canal Zone.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 251 files of records and information for various counties in the following US states: Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe Not. But maybe.
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