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Newspaper research has always played a major role in my research. Naturally, much of this probably stems from the fact Read More
Oregon-based record collections at FamilySearch.com continues to grow. Last month, I wrote about the Oregon County Marriages records, which had Read More
Ancestry.com recently added a new collection entitled, “U.S., Ratified Indian Treaties and Chiefs, 1722-1869.” This features 10,048 records with at Read More
The displaced Willamette Valley Genealogical Society may soon have a new home. The society’s October newsletter reported that the City Read More
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