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The National Genealogical Society relocates its headquarters in Arlington, Va.
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Ancestry.com unveils its database of 1.5 million passport applications.
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New product launches from the FGS conference.
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The Board for Certification of Genealogists changes its professional titles.
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Create your own genealogy training plan in 2010 with our website, conference and society resources.
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The New England Historic Genealogy Society unveils the new AmericanAncestors.org.
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Kansas City, Mo., is home to the National Genealogical Society's 2008 annual conference.
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The society's 20,000-volume circulating collection will soon be open to all.
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Local genealogical societies are reporting steadily shrinking membership. We explore what's behind the trend.
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Check out Family Tree Magazine's Genealogy Conferences and Events Calendar for information about local, regional and national genealogy conferences.
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