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GoogleBooks has a digital copy of the 1904 Citizenship of the United States by Frederick Van Dyne. Might make for some interesting reading for those whose ancestors were immigrants to the United States before 1904.
The following database is showing as updated at FamilySearch since our last posting:
Arhchive.org is a great site that provides access to millions of books. Remember that when searching their site you are searching the titles, authors, and descriptions of the books. You are not performing a full-text search of each book simultaneously. You can search texts of digitized materials, but that is done on a book by book basis.
The US National Archives maintains several online databases of military personnel. These are generally 20th century records.
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Happy Holidays from the staff of 1 here at Genealogy Search Tip of the Day. Yours truly is holding a stuffed animal and sitting on his mother’s lap in this picture from 1970.
Don’t forget to take at least one picture of yourself this holiday season and make certain to preserve it.
Future generations will be glad you did.
Just a few little idiosyncrasies in the of yearbook collection at Ancestry.com. It always pays to browse the data before searching. There’s an extra state of “Conneticut.”
FamilySearch is indicating the following database has been updated since our last posting:
The following databases are showing as updated on FamilySearch since our last posting:
The Tennessee County Marriages were recently updated–I’m not certain what this new update is. And…..what’s the difference in the 1920 census is anyone’s guess.