I just found out about a new Ancestry database by looking on Ancestry's blog. I just thought that I would mention that Ancestry has posted a new immigration database. The immigration manifests for the Mexico-U.S. border crossings have now been posted. You can find out more here: http://blogs.ancestry.com/circle/?p=1344
I just learned about a new Proquest database from an e-mail today. I think some libraries, mainly university libraries would have it. The new Proquest database is on the U.S. Civil War. The article about the database is below:
I just learned about this work-in-progress novel blog from an e-mail, and I thought I would mention it. It is a mystery novel with a genealogical twist, and is very well written. I have enjoyed all of the chapters that the author has posted so far, and I cannot wait for the next post.
32nd Edition of the Carnival of Central and Eastern European Genealogy - Coming Soon Looking For My German Ancestors, Part 11 - Coming Soon More on my WW1 Veteran Ancestors- Veteran's Day ? Genealogy and History Thoughts Columns 20, 21 and 22 - ? Irene Havens, Part 7 - ? Trippstadt, Germany death records, Part Two - ?