If you attended the inaugural International German Genealogical Partnership Conference last week, you may have heard me promoting PERSI which is found on Findmypast.com. The two lectures in which PERSI (PERiodical Source Index) was featured were:
- World War I Era U.S. Alien Registrations
- German Research Gem: Back Issues of Genealogical and Historical Periodicals
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“This week we’ve updated the Periodical Source Index (PERSI), adding 14,865 new articles, and uploaded 13,039 new images to seven different publications.”
You can search in PERSI at any time, but to view the growing number of digitized articles, you do need to subscribe to findmypast. PERSI is found under the Search tab and then the category of Newspapers & periodicals.
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