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- FamilySearch has added records from Brazil, Canada, Czech Republic, Guatemala, Mexico, Spain, and the United States to its Record Search Pilot site and Beta Search site. US additions include indexes to the 1910 census for several states, Massachusetts death records, Minnesota probate court wills.
- Michigan residents can access state history-related documents (such as personal narratives, memoirs, pamphlets and political speeches) and historical essays through Gales collection Michigana, Sources in U.S. History Online, available as part of Michigan eLibrary. (Some eLibrary material is accessible to only those who log in with a Michigan library card, drivers license or state ID.)
- Got Scottish ancestors? The pay-per-view service DeceasedOnline, a database of burial and cremation registers for the UK and Ireland, recently added 192,000 burial records from 10 cemeteries in Aberdeen, Scotland. You can search for free; viewing records costs about $2.20 to $3.