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Overview Of Stem Cell Research - 1 views

Human body is a complex composition that is capable of performing different functions. However, many interdependent organs and activities perform in harmony to keep the human body active and functi...

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started by anonymous on 27 Jan 15 no follow-up yet
Price Gen

Price & Associates Genealogists: Doing Genealogical Work - 5 views

Do you know what British Prime Minister Winston Churchill and former presidents Franklin Roosevelt, Richard Nixon and George W. Bush have in common aside from being notable leaders? Along with othe...

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amy1706

Genealogy involves s - 13 views

Thank you for that information what do think is the best place to find information like Ansestry.com? oris there a better one and to make a report do I start from me and work my way back when I me...

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TK Sand

Welcome to the Kentucky Historical Society Web Site - 3 views

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    Martin F. Schmidt Research Library Tuesday - Saturday, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. EST Free and open to the public The Martin F. Schmidt Research Library of the Kentucky Historical Society houses over 90,000 published works, dealing primarily with history and genealogy, as well as more than 16,000 reels of microfilm and over 30,000 vertical files of collected and contributed Research.
Michael Hait

Are census records reliable for genealogy research? - 1 views

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    Over the last six months, this column has discussed the "Anatomy" of the federal census for the years from 1870-1930, not including the mostly-destroyed 1890 census. In this series of articles, each column of the census questionnaire was examined, and clues that will aid your research were discussed. If you have missed any of these articles, you can read them again using the links below: Anatomy of the 1930 federal census Anatomy of the 1920 federal census Anatomy of the 1910 federal census Anatomy of the 1900 federal census Anatomy of the 1880 federal census Anatomy of the 1870 federal census In a discussion concerning the federal census as evidence for genealogical research, however, one must also consider the question: are census records reliable sources?
Price Gen

Richard Price - 0 views

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    About PriceGen: Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty. With additional assistance from our research professionals across the globe, we have successfully traced genealogies back as many as thirty generations-to William the Conqueror, 1066 A.D. and beyond. Price & Associates professional genealogy researchers have been helping people discover their heritage for more than thirty years. As one of the United States' largest genealogical firms, we have assisted thousands of families to organize, chart, and verify their ancestral lines. Price & Associates uses the best software and genealogy resources available, and even provides access to free databases and researching aids to everyone interested in their family history. Website: http://pricegen.com By Phone 800-288-0920 801-531-0920 (For local callers) By Fax 801-359-4301 By Postal Mail Price & Associates Inc. 15 West South Temple Suite 570 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Price Gen

Robyn Gygi - 0 views

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    About PriceGen: Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty. With additional assistance from our research professionals across the globe, we have successfully traced genealogies back as many as thirty generations-to William the Conqueror, 1066 A.D. and beyond. Price & Associates professional genealogy researchers have been helping people discover their heritage for more than thirty years. As one of the United States' largest genealogical firms, we have assisted thousands of families to organize, chart, and verify their ancestral lines. Price & Associates uses the best software and genealogy resources available, and even provides access to free databases and researching aids to everyone interested in their family history. Website: http://pricegen.com By Phone 800-288-0920 801-531-0920 (For local callers) By Fax 801-359-4301 By Postal Mail Price & Associates Inc. 15 West South Temple Suite 570 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
Price Gen

group - 1 views

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    About PriceGen: Located one block from the Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Price & Associates is able to trace most family histories back four or five generations without difficulty. With additional assistance from our research professionals across the globe, we have successfully traced genealogies back as many as thirty generations-to William the Conqueror, 1066 A.D. and beyond. Price & Associates professional genealogy researchers have been helping people discover their heritage for more than thirty years. As one of the United States' largest genealogical firms, we have assisted thousands of families to organize, chart, and verify their ancestral lines. Price & Associates uses the best software and genealogy resources available, and even provides access to free databases and researching aids to everyone interested in their family history. Website: http://pricegen.com By Phone 800-288-0920 801-531-0920 (For local callers) By Fax 801-359-4301 By Postal Mail Price & Associates Inc. 15 West South Temple Suite 570 Salt Lake City, UT 84101
naincy

Global Voice Recognition Biometrics Market Research Report 2015-2019 - 0 views

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    Details WhaTech Channel: Consumer Market Research Reports Access Report : Global Voice Recognition Biometrics Market Research Report 2015-2019 Published on Saturday, 15 August 2015 00:42 Submitted by Vivian Dsena WhaTech Agency News from: Wise Guy Reports - Market Research Biometrics helps identify individuals based on their physical or behavioral features.
Moultrie Creek

Florida Historical Quarterly - 0 views

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    The Florida Historical Quarterly, the academic journal of the Florida Historical Society, promotes scholarly research and appreciation for the peoples, places, themes, and diversity of Florida's past. The Society is the oldest cultural institution in the state, tracing its origins to 1856. The Quarterly has served to expand understanding of Florida's historical development and offers a broad spectrum of articles. Published four times annually, the Quarterly continues the tradition of high quality scholarly articles established and maintained by the Society. The Quarterly has been a central component of the mission of the Florida Historical Society to promote scholarly research and publication. Students, researchers, and casual readers may use the collection liberally, although reproduction of materials for use outside of classrooms must be approved by the Society.
Moultrie Creek

Cemetery Research Guide - Genealogy - 0 views

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    This research guide is a work in progress at WeRelate. All are welcome to provide additional information and links to help researchers understand this fascinating source for family history.
Craig Manson

The History Box | Welcome Genealogists, Historians, and History Buffs - 0 views

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    The History Box.com was created and is maintained by Miriam Medina, researcher and transcriber of the site. The History Box. com's educational intent is to provide information of historical interest that is relevant to the people of New York State, New York City and American history, and direct them to the sources that it has utilized which are available to the public. The contents of this site are derived from extensive research of public records, newspapers, books and web links. It is a source of quality information for researchers, historians, literary scholars, writers, historical societies and academic institutions.
Moultrie Creek

Research Support Group Added - 145 views

A companion group has been added - the Genealogy Research Support group. The goal of the support group is to provide howto information on search and organization. While this group tells you where...

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started by Moultrie Creek on 27 Oct 07 no follow-up yet
anonymous

Trivedi Science Research To Enhance Material Science Research - 0 views

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    Mahendra Trivedi here explained the impact of the Trivedi Effect® on the non-living materials at their atomic level and lead to the improvement in the areas of material science. With the Trivedi Effect®, one can find the increase in the development of the metals, ceramics, polymers, organic compounds and organic products by X- ray diffraction, resonance, Scanning electron microscopy, GPC, HPLC, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, UV- Visible spectroscopy and more.
anonymous

The Advent Of New Age Genetically Modified Crops - 1 views

Genetically modified crops are plants the DNA of which has been modified using the techniques of genetic engineering. In maximum cases, the purpose is to produce a novel favorable attribute which d...

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started by anonymous on 30 Jan 15 no follow-up yet
Craig Manson

Jamaican Family Search Genealogy Research Library - 0 views

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    This Jamaica, West Indies, genealogical research site contains transcriptions from various documents for 1655 to 1947 (and a few to 1993), including nineteenth century Jamaica Almanacs (which list property owners and civil and military officials), the complete text of "Monumental Inscriptions of the British West Indies" written in 1875 by J. H. Lawrence-Archer, Jamaica Directories for 1878, 1891 and 1910, extractions from Jamaican Church records, Civil Registration and Wills, and excerpts from newspapers, books, and other documents. It includes images, a Glossary, Historical Background, and other Utilities to aid in putting this information into focus. New information is added constantly, thus creating a virtual genealogy library for those researching Jamaican families. Here you will come across people from all walks of life: large landowners and paupers, slave and free, knights, gentlemen, laborers, seamen, soldiers, lawmakers and lawbreakers. They all left their imprint in the Jamaican records. Facts come to light, and skeletons jangle in the closet. The colors of people mentioned in the Registers, and the variety of people found here, reflect the island motto, "Out of Many, One People."
Craig Manson

Louisiana Creole Research Association - 1 views

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    LA Creole is a New Orleans based non-profit family research organization dedicated to the study of the history and culture of the Creoles of Color of Louisiana through ancestral research, education, and celebration.
Craig Manson

NYPL, The Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy - 0 views

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    The Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy is located in the The New York Public Library's Humanities and Social Sciences Library. The Milstein Division collects materials documenting American History on the national, state and local level, Genealogy, Heraldry, Personal and Family Names, and Flags. The Milstein Division bears the responsibility for maintaining the excellence of a body of materials that has traditionally been one of the strengths of The Research Libraries. The Astor Library's holdings of United States history on the national, state and local level were enriched by the acquisition of the George Bancroft Collection, purchased by the Lenox Library. Later significant additions were the Ford, Emmet and Myers Collections. Complementary holdings in the Rare Books and Manuscripts & Archives Division, the Print Room and other divisions of The Research Libraries enhance the resources of The Irma and Paul Milstein Division of United States History, Local History and Genealogy.
Moultrie Creek

New Research Groups for North Carolina - 76 views

Two new genealogy research groups have been added to the Diigo platform. Welcome to Taneya's North Carolina Resources and Edgecombe County NC Resources. As additional research groups are added to...

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started by Moultrie Creek on 23 Apr 07 no follow-up yet
anonymous

Taking Synergies Of Agricultural Activities Through Integrated Farming - 1 views

Integrated farming, popularly known as mixed farming is a new form of natural farming in which simultaneous agricultural activities are carried out. These activities will include a range of farming...

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started by anonymous on 22 Jan 15 no follow-up yet
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