- Doing African American & Slave research? Then you need to check out the African American Genealogy & Slave Ancestry Research [AAGSAR] group. You can only get so far in your research on your own. This a wonderful and active collaborative effort that is sure to boost your research efforts!
- Doing German research? On the Genealogy Insider blog, Diane gives 4 ways to find German ancestors' birthplaces.
- iPhone apps using up your data plan every month? Here's how to get a handle on that from KnowYourMobile.com. [Note: You have to answer a simple pimple 1-question survey to read the article, but I thought it was worth it.]
- Legacy Family Tree 8 has a recorded webinar to show you how to setup Families 2.0 on your mobile device.
- More UK birth, marriage, and death extracts have been added to Eddies Extracts.
- In the Google+ Tech for Genealogy Community, Jerry Kocis shared Kanban, a project management tool and some ways it could be used for researchers.
- Yesterday, FamilySearch.org added new or updated existing record collections for Colombia, Portugal, England, and the US states of Massachusetts, Michigan, and Ohio.
- Genealogy Trails volunteer contributors added new records and information for various counties in the following US states: Illinois, Texas, Oklahoma, and Nevada.
- And USGenWeb volunteer contributors uploaded 105 files yesterday for various counties in the following US states: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Texas, and Virginia.
Other things that might interest you. Maybe. Maybe not. But maybe.
- Did you miss the 9 genealogy things you needed to know yesterday?
- Have Civil War era Texas ancestors? Check out some of these resources.
- On a budget? Check out how to access US federal population census records for free.
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