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U.S history – OUR history
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Patriots and red coats, oh my! My husband and I spent an awesome week in Boston, and enjoyed visits to Lexington and Concord, Cambridge, and my favorite town, Quincy.
The Future of Family Tree Maker
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The genealogical community was certainly rattled when Ancestry announced the imminent retirement of Family Tree Maker (FTM) in December 2015.  Many people breathed a sigh of relief two months later when Ancestry shared:
The animals of my ancestors
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Could the love of animals be genetic?
The Chosen Genealogist
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This Facebook post so eloquently describes the passion...the mission...to know
17th Century Ipswich: Drama in the Day Family
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Thomas Day, the son of Robert Day (immigrant ancestor who
eBay, an overlooked resource for finding rare books and other stuff
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Recently I was chatting with some members of my genealogical
Alson L. Day’s Civil War Letters Home
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The American Civil War, or War of the Rebellion, was
The Penobscot, Maine Malings
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Can you help William Maling with his family history? Please email him at drumsir at aol dot com if you would like to collaborate!
A tribute to Jonathan Day of Starks, Maine
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Thanks to Lucy Hutchins, we have a wonderful biography of Jonathan Day, who was born 3 September 1820 to John and Elizabeth (Skillings) Day. He was beloved by his family.
The new and improved Legacy Family Tree Webinars
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Legacy Family Tree recently announced major changes to their web
Maine research: some lesser known places to search – for FREE!
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I love Maine research. The Pine Tree State has made major efforts to digitize their records, increasing the odds of finding your ancestors in both free, online databases and government repositories.
Petition for incorporation of Milo, Maine provides signature of Aaron Day
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A visit to the Maine State Archives last week provided the following priceless document which includes signatures of those petitioning for the incorporation of Milo, Maine:
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