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Subject: Fwd: Special ALERT: Ancestry.com Free Access
Date: Thu, 20 Jul 2000 12:20:25 EDT
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thought I would forwar this to the list, Ancestry is offering free access for
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Subject: Special ALERT: Ancestry.com Free Access
Date: Wed, 19 Jul 2000 11:32:04 -0700
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Ancestry Weekly Digest--Special Edition
Brought to you by the publishers of
"The Source" and "Ancestry" Magazine
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----- Free Access to Ancestry.com Subscriber Databases Through July 31, 2000
FREE ACCESS TO ANCESTRY.COM SUBSCRIBER DATABASES
Here's the opportunity you've been waiting for! Ancestry.com is offering free
access to all of its databases through July 31, 2000. This is your chance to
see why more than 200,000 researchers have chosen to subscribe to Ancestry.com
in their quest to discover their familys history.
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2,500 databases, and our goal is to have over 1 billion names online by 2001.
We're confident that once you have gotten a taste, you won't want to be without
continuous access to our site.
Ancestry has been adding databases at a record-breaking pace, and the
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the 1890 Census Reconstruction Project. These are in addition to quality
collections like the PERiodical Source Index (PERSI), AIS Census Indexes,