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- Going to the National Genealogical Society conference starting April 28 in Salt Lake City? Stop by the Generation Maps exhibit hall booth Wednesday, April 28, from 2 to 5 p.m., for a Family ChArtist debut party. Theyll have refreshments, discounts, drawings, and demos of this online service for creating family trees.
- Archives.com (formerly GenealogyArchives) released a free internet search feature that scours several online genealogy resources, such as FamilySearch. To use this search, go to Archives.com and run a search on the homepage (if youre a member of the site, you must be logged out). Web results will be listed below a summary of Archives.com results.
- You can get a seven-day free trial membership to search Archives.coms own collection of 1.2 billion records and create a family tree on the site. Regular subscriptions cost $39.95 per year.
- British subscription and pay-per-view genealogy site Familyrelatives.com released a new batch of school and clergy records. School records might range from student registers to mini-biographies. Clergy lists name 200,000 members of Anglican and Catholic clergy for England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland.
- The Library of Congress will preserving every public tweet since Twitters inception in March 2006thats billions and billions of Tweets. See the librarys announcement for more details and some interesting discussion.