It’s been the talk of social media, but in case you have missed this news, here it is! This summer, the FamilySearch Research Wiki published its 90,000th wiki article. The wiki is now12 years old. From the FamilySearch blog:
“The wiki teaches researchers how to use genealogical records and where those records are kept, This summer, the FamilySearch Research Wiki published its 90,000th wiki article—a major milestone since its humble beginnings nearly 12 years ago. whether online or in repositories. This resource helps people /’research their own families by connecting them to the best information and databases available.”
The wiki is one that I use frequently when my work turns to a different county or state and I need to be certain of dates and databases. If you don’t already make use of this wiki, it’s time to check it out. In fact, it’s now up to 900,747 articles.
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