- For Evernote Users: This is so awesome. The presentation mode is now available for Windows, Mac, iPhone, and iPad.
- Learn how to research your female lines in this webinar on May 15th with Lisa Alzo and FamilyTreeDNA.
- On AK's Genealogy Research, Annette asks about DNA, "What is provable?" Very good question...and answer.
- Have North Carolina roots? Here are North Carolina Land Grant Images and Data.
- Tonight at 7pm ET on Ustream NARA will be livestreaming "A Nation of Immigrants: How They Have Shaped America."
- From Angela on Adventures in Genealogy Education: Two New Gen Proof Study Groups in June and Early Bird Registration for GRIP Ends Tomorrow.
- As part of their 100 in 100 Campaign, findmypast.com has added record sets 36, 37, and 38 for New Zealand and New York (marriages and deaths).
- Ancestry.com has added new records for England (Surrey) and Australia (NSW).
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added record indexes and record images for England, France, and Peru.
- The Indiana Genealogical Society (IGS) recently added Indiana Teachers Database to the members-only portion of their website.
- From Claire on Irish Genealogy News: More PRONI lecture videos have been added to their YouTube channel.
- From Chris on The British GENES Blog: Origins adds 1881 English and Welsh census; Additions to Perth and Kinross Archives catalogue; and the latest additions to the British Newspaper Archive.
- Recently, Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records for various counties in the following US states: Alabama, Arkansas, Delaware, Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, New York, Tennessee, and Virginia.
- USGenWeb Archives volunteer contributors uploaded various types of records yesterday of various counties in the following US states: Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, North Carolina, and Virginia.
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