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Study Maps 88 Million Historical Relationships

Study Maps 88 Million Historical Relationships | Genealogia | Scoop.it
According to legend, Isaac Newton emerged as a colossus in modern physics in 1666 after a legendary bonk to the head by a falling apple triggered his Universal Law of Gravitation. John Milton penned his epic poem “Paradise Lost” less than a year later. Though they occupied radically different intellectualRead More

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Fawn B Morgan's curator insight, October 27, 2015 11:29 AM

The degrees of me...

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Genealogy & Family History

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Creating a Timeline for your Ancestor is a great way to fill in gaps in your Family History & Genealogy research.


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Top 100 Genealogy Sites Mega-Search | GeneaBloggers

Top 100 Genealogy Sites Mega-Search | GeneaBloggers | Genealogia | Scoop.it
Looking for a new way to search many genealogy sites at once? Check out the new Top 100 Genealogy Sites Mega-Search engine at Many Roads.

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Fawn B Morgan's curator insight, May 18, 2015 12:22 AM

Mega-Search! 

 

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Archives militaires : 29 millions de dossiers consultables à Pau

Archives militaires : 29 millions de dossiers consultables à Pau | Genealogia | Scoop.it
À Pau, la nouvelle salle de lecture pourra recevoir 10 personnes à la fois pour la consultation, à partir de ce jeudi. Jusqu’ici, le particulier désireux de connaître le parcours...

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Le Pays Quint, un pays à part - La Semaine du Pays Basque

Le Pays Quint, un pays à part - La Semaine du Pays Basque | Genealogia | Scoop.it
C’est une longue histoire que celle du Pays Quint. Un territoire unique, fait et défait à plusieurs reprises, qui connaît maintenant des jours paisibles.« Le statu...

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Genealogy Insider - Search 40,000 Bible Records Free in the DAR's Genealogical Research System

Genealogy Insider - Search 40,000 Bible Records Free in the DAR's Genealogical Research System | Genealogia | Scoop.it
Dasblog tool. Welcome to my Blog. The opinions expressed herein are my own personal opinions.

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Fawn B Morgan's curator insight, June 22, 2015 10:19 AM

And see their own handwriting, I bet.

 

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Genealogy's Star: The Genealogists' Blind Spots -- Large Online Databases

Genealogy's Star: The Genealogists' Blind Spots -- Large Online Databases | Genealogia | Scoop.it
The Genealogist's Blind Spots - Large Online Databases: http://t.co/Y641nTpdRG #genealogy

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Fawn B Morgan's curator insight, May 4, 2015 9:20 PM

Deep Web stuff here.

 

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State of the Genealogy Industry: An Infographic

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Recently, GenealogyInTime put together their annual "state of the genealogy industry" stats, with the "Top 100 Genealogy Websites." I have to admit that, while I tend to be a numbers geek, it can b...

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Fawn B Morgan's curator insight, March 4, 2015 10:40 AM

There is nothing like a good visual!

 

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Prisonniers de la Première Guerre mondiale | Comité international de la Croix-Rouge - Index

Prisonniers de la Première Guerre mondiale | Comité international de la Croix-Rouge - Index | Genealogia | Scoop.it
Archives 1914-1918 : au cours de la Première Guerre mondiale, 10 millions de personnes, militaires et civiles, furent capturées et internées dans des camps de prisonniers. Les Etats en guerre ont envoyé au CICR des listes de prisonniers. Vous pouvez rechercher dans ces 6 millions de fiches individuelles numérisées.

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