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Sunday, November 17, 2013

IT is for Genealogists!

With all of the progress made for genealogists during the past ten years, it would be a crying shame for the U. S. Government to tax us.  Yet, the discussion in the U. S. Senate in Washington, D. C. continues in that vein. Somehow, they mean to grab up all of this free expression with their National Security (invasions). When I began researching during thr 1960s, I went to a dusty archives in an old building. I had to climb up for everything. No census record was indexed and you had to view microfilm, page by page, line by line. Also, very few family histories had been written (most of the published works dating the 1930s).  No longer do we have to travel long distances to State and National Archives. We are so fortunate for the internet as free expression.  May we all take advantage of it now. Don't forget to print copies of what you find on your ancestors, as data does get removed from the internet, particularly as some web sites are taken down.

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