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MyHeritage boasts more than 7 billion historical records, 2 billion-plus names in family trees, and millions of photos.
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Ancestry.com, the largest commercial genealogy website, went online in 1996. Based in Utah, it has localized websites in nine countries.
GenealogyBank has one of the largest collections of digitized US newspapers: more than 7,000 titles from all 50 states, dating from 1690 to the present.
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