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ANCESTRY ACADEMY: Genealogy Education at Its Best
George G. Morgan looks at the growing offerings for online genealogy education from Ancestry.com

Find It! Creating Your Own Genealogy Database
Tony Bandy explores a resource for building your own family history database

Irish Catholic Parish Registers
Joe Grandinetti looks at the National Library of Ireland’s release of the Catholic Parish Registers

TWO FOR REVIEW: Updates to iFamily and MacFamily Tree
Tony Bandy looks at what is new with two popular Mac-based genealogy programs

Online Jewish Genealogy Resources
Melody Amsel-Arieli gives an overview of several valuable websites to assist you in researching your Jewish ancestors

Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Widows’ Homes
David A. Norris looks at the genealogical records
left behind by the wives of soldiers who served
in the Civil War and other conflicts

Expanding World War II Military Service With Digitized Books, Records, and Archival Collections
Jennifer Holik guides you on how to reconstruct military service through many other web-related resources

North Carolina: No Longer a Rip Van Winkle State
Part One: Diane L. Richard looks at some of the free online resources available for researching North Carolina ancestors

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