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  • Tennessee Vital Records for 1962

    Jun 2

    The Tennessee State Library and Archives has an online collection of digital newspapers, Civil War records, county records and photographs. One of their most recent additions are the vital records for 1962. These records include Births- Marriages and Deaths. What is especially good to now are the birth records are also released since those could ...

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  • Slaveholders

    May 27

    The online repository known as 'Our Black Ancestry' (OBA) has placed a large collection of records that provides the names of people who held slaves in mid-1800s in America. The site has tabs at the top broken down into categories. There are 'Slaveholders by Surname', 'Slaveholders by County', then 'Shared Legacies'. To assist with further resea...

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  • British Service Deceased Online

    May 25

    Since 2008 United Kingdom and Northern Ireland records of burials and cremations with the registrar records, maps of cemeteries and photos of headstones have been made digital and placed online by the British Service Deceased Online. As of January 2013 there were 6 million individuals in 15 million records in their database. Most (2 million) are ...

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  • Photos from New Orleans & Louisiana

    May 23

    Two large groups of photographic collections online about New Orleans and Louisiana are provided by the Louisiana Digital Library. The Charles L. Franck and Franck-Bertacci photos begin with Franck who was a commercial photographer beginning in the 1910s. In the mid-1950 it was Albert Bertacci who purchased the Franck studio and photos and car...

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  • Russian Photos 1907-1915

    May 17

    The Library of Congress acquired in the late 1940s a large collection of glass plates / negatives of photos done in the early 1900s of Russian scenes. They were done by Prokudin-Gorskii during the time the Russian Empire still existed. He had even been known as the photographer to Russian Tsar Nicholas II. With the downfall of the royal empire...

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  • Study An Ancestral Hometown

    May 3

    A really unusual online database of information on ancestral homelands is titled "One Place Studies". Its purpose is to gather and share information about as many villages, towns, cities, so that those researching their own family ancestral places and not living there can have a much better idea what that place is like and especially how it was wh...

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  • Images of African-Americans in the 19th – 20th Centuries

    May 1

    The photo collections from the Library of Congress, Emory University, Library of Congress and others have made them possible to view online through a couple different locations. For those who have the Ancestry.com subscription, the collection of photos of African-Americans covering 1850 to 2000 is now available. The site is easy to search, with key...

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  • Columbus, Ohio Postcards & Images

    Apr 25

    Nothing better to knowing what a time and place were like decades ago than through photographs and especially postcards. The Columbus, Ohio Metropolitan Library has gathered a large collection of images and made them accessible online. There are three major divisions. First is the postcards section with over 9,000 postcards during the late 19t...

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  • North Carolina Family Names

    Apr 23

    For anyone with ancestors from the State of North Carolina, there is online a nice database of surnames found in a variety of documents and records. It is part of the North Carolina Family Records Online site, with material from the state archives and state library of North Carolina. Here you will see a massive list of surnames, in alphabetical ...

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  • What Was Your Ancestor’s Occupation?

    Apr 5

    Many times that question is very easily answered – they were a farmer. In 1790 with the first US census there was a total population of approximately 3.9 million, of which 90% were in agriculture – farming. Going fifty years later, 1840 census, the population was 17 million of which 69% were in agriculture. The very beginnings of the industrial...

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