- NPR’s show The Nation had an interesting segment on the construction of the White House.
- The Stamford, CT ADVOCATE recently had a news story about online genealogy.
- “GENEALOGY: Web site offers up Indiana records” appeared in the Terre Haute TribStar
- The Hemet-San Jacinto Genealogical extended its story deadline for Volume 2 of “San Jacinto Valley – Past and Present” according to the Valley Chronicle. Jan 27 is now the deadline.
- Genealogy Online: Learn more about finding your ancestors at the Detroit Lakes Library appeared in DL-Online.
- Australia Day is becoming increasingly popular – most notably among the young, according to this article in the Jan 27 Sydney Morning Herald.
- Footnote has added Civil War Widow Pension Records.
- Wholly Genes, Inc., of Columbia, Maryland, yesterday announced the 2009 Genealogy Conference and “Land Cruise,” 26-30 August 2009.
- WUWF in Pensacola has started a program called Florida Frontiers
You can listen to Florida Frontiers on the web. The new 30 minute program examines the diverse life styles and rich cultural history of our state. Host Ben Brotemarkle and regular contributors Janie Gould and Bill Dudley demonstrate the relevance of history to contemporary Floridians with thought provoking and entertaining features.
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