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- The Online Historical Directories website, which lists links to old city and other directories, has been updated with links for Georgia, Indiana, Kentucky, Minnesota, Missouri, Ohio, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Check out the updates here.
- The National Genealogical Society (NGS), which is gearing up for its annual conference in Las Vegas May 8-11, has announced the publication of Mastering Genealogical Proof by noted genealogical researcher, writer and lecturer Thomas W. Jones. The book explains concepts and techniques involved in the genealogical research process, and explains the level of proof appropriate to genealogy. Learn more about the book and author on the NGS website.
- Michael Savoca, a college junior from Toms River, NJ, has won a $500 grant for genealogy research and education from the Suzanne Winsor Freeman Memorial Grant program, as well as registration for the upcoming Southern California Genealogical Society Jamboree. Michael has assisted with records for the Gente di Mare Italian website, been an active member of several online genealogy forums, and volunteered at his local FamilySearch Center. He also has researched his Croatian family history on site in the village of Zabla?e.
The grant, awarded annually since 2010 to a genealogist aged 18 to 25, is named for the mother of The Family Curator blogger Denise Levenick.