April 8, 1935 is a day genealogists should celebrate

top paper writing services It might be one of these projects that encourages us to celebrate: An index of state level birth and death records That newspaper card index in the local history room The newspaper clippings file at the county historical society Indexes and transcriptions of old probate records, naturalizations, county commissioner minutes List of burials in many […]

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Minnesota websites for genealogical and historical research: Part 2

sample resume for 1 year experience software developer I am challenging myself to discover these and other links. The historical societies, libraries, and archives I mention in this series also have fantastic in-house resources for researchers. St. Cloud Times  [Stearns County and area]  www.griver.org/sctimes-index Obituaries index 01/02/1928 through 12/31/2013 News index 01/03/1928 through 12/31/2008 Pennington County Cemetery and obituary index [no date parameters […]

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One Billion mark for FamilySearch.org

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Minnesota 1940 census is 19% indexed

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“Recently Added Online Birth and Marriage Records Indexes.”

https://geneseelandlordassoc.org/category/mfa-creative-writing-nyu/44/ Over at Genealogy Roots Blog, Joe Beine has posted a list of “Recently Added Online Birth and Marriage Records Indexes.” If you haven’t seen the links that Joe has compiled check them out. Scroll to the bottom of the page to see his other ongoing links. I know you will agree with me that Joe […]

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