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Monday, April 4, 2011

What's new with 52,865 articles and still climbing?

The FamilySearch Research Wiki is what's new. In the past three weeks the number of new pages has almost equaled 1000 a week. Here is a sample of the topics or countries in the past day or so of new pages:

‎Havasupai Indian Reservation, Arizona (Tribe)
Citing Online Sources
Lewes Poor Law Union, Sussex
‎Gila River Indian Community, Arizona (Tribe)
‎Wigmore Schools, Walsall and West Bromwich, Staffordshire
‎Walsall Poor Law Union, Staffordshire
‎Eucharist Sulpician Cemetery, Baltimore County, Maryland
‎Salem Cemetery, Catonsville, Baltimore County, Maryland
‎Rhode Island 1905 State Census (FamilySearch Historical Records)

The list goes on and on. The number of pages of information is truly amazing and the daily growth is also amazing.  If you need a place to start, go to Help:Basic Searches. That should get you going on finding just about anything you can think of and a lot you would never have thought of. Remember, anyone may search for articles in the FamilySearch Research Wiki. You only need to be registered to edit an article.

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