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- The HistoryGeo.com subscription website has added maps with 3.3 million landowners from the states of Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, North Dakota, South Dakota, Washington and Wyoming. Read more about this records addition on the HistoryGeo blog and see the FAQs for information on HistoryGeo’s records and how the site works.
- WikiTree, the genealogy Wiki, has reached 10 million ancestor profiles on the site’s collaborative family tree. More than 200,000 genealogists have contributed to the site. You can read the full announcement on the WikiTree blog.
- You can watch livestream talks from last weekend’s Global Family Reunion here. It looks like the Vicusi Gallery area has some of the genealogy-oriented talks by speakers such as DNA expert CeCe Moore and FamilySearch’s David Rencher. The Main Stage section has performances by Sister Sledge (the “We Are Family” group), talks by Marilu Henner and Dr. Oz, short interviews and more.
- FamilySearch is accepting proposals for talks for the 2016 RootsTech conference. You’ll find proposal guidelines and deadlines on the RootsTech website.