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    blog.myheritage.com Jamboree - MyHeritage.com - English blog

    Conference-goers arrived to find great deals on genealogy products, ask questions and receive answers to family history questions, as they mingled with friends from everywhere at this event. Jamboree’s venue at the Burbank Marriott is excellent; this conference is well organized. Tara helps a MyH... Read article

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    newyorkfamilyhistory.org The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society Presents Online Research Legend Stephen P. Morse in a Special New York Appearance on Saturday, A...

    Steve will present two talks which explore the user-friendly tools (approximately 200) on his One-Step website, www.stevemorse.org , which allow optimal searching of passenger lists, census records, and vital records from many different online sources. He will explain deep linking, which provides... Read article

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    kehilalinks.jewishgen.org Starokonstantinov Emigrants

    You can find the EIDB manifest details for each person by going to the Ellis Island web site ( www.ellisisland.org ) or the Steve P. Morse web site ( http://stevemorse.org ), and inputting the name it appears on this list. Those entries not from the EIDB are listed with the Port of Entry or other... Read article

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    theusgenweb.org LA-USGW

    Http://www.stevemorse.org/ March and April, 1996, a group of genealogists organized the Kentucky Comprehensive Genealogy Database. The idea was to provide a single entry point for all counties in Kentucky, where collected databases would be stored. In addition, the databases would be indexed and ... Read article

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    forum.nccbmwcca.org New map of dealers and independents

    Please help post locations of the areas BMW dealerships and independent shops to our map. The map is located at http://forum.nccbmwcca.org/vbgooglemaphse.php Use http://forum.nccbmwcca.org/vbgooglemaphse.php?do=addelement to post to the map. If you have an address, use http://stevemorse.org/jcal/... Read article

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    baynetlibs.org Events | Bay Area Library & Information Network

    Published on February 17th, 2011 The One-Step website ( stevemorse.org ) began as an aid for finding passengers in the Ellis Island database. Shortly afterward it was expanded to help with searching in the 1930 census. Over the years it has continued to evolve and today includes about 200 web-bas... Read article

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    todaysengineer.org IEEE-USA Today's Engineer

    Those bitten by the genealogy bug may recognize the name Dr. Stephen P. Morse, the designer and operator of the “One-Step” portal maintained on www.stevemorse.org . This Web site enables the researcher to enter partial data and efficiently search a variety of historical records to find informatio... Read article

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    tiara.ie 2011 TIARA Meetings

    It can then be found on nara.gov. The 1940 Census will not have a name index when it opens. In order to locate someone, you will need to know his or her address and the Census enumeration district in which that address was located. Michael referred to two NARA documents: A3378 and T1224, which ar... Read article

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    networkworld.com Buzzblog: How contest winner found my address

    Shira explains: First, I did a Google search on Network World for your name plus "wife" and found that her name is Julie. Also found out you have young triplets. Then, went to stevemorse.org and did the "birthdays and relatives" search for "Paul McNamara" in Massachusetts Found a Paul McNamara re... Read article

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    londonderrynh.net Can you find your house in the Londonderry 1940 Census? Was your family here, too? – Londonderry News

    Usually there is someone alive now who remembers where the family was living in 1940. If you don’t have an address, you can wait a few months for the indexing project to be completed, and you will be able to just type a name into the database and pull up your ancestor’s census image. If you have ... Read article

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    geneaholic.com The Geneaholic: Randy's Genealogy Day - 17 July 2010

    Steve Morse gave a two-hour presentation about his One-Step Web Site ( www.stevemorse.org ) and then an hour more after a refreshment break. Excellent stuff. * Almost hurt myself leaving the center - turned into a large window and hit my head and bounced off (knocked my glasses off too). Staggere... Read article

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    nyblog.arleneeakle.com Arlene Eakle’s New York Blog

    “Morse’s Code: A One-Step Portal for Online Genealogy,” Association of Professional Genealogists Quarterly (September 2006 and December 2006), two-part article. Or, read the online version at stevemorse.org. Well illustrated with computer screens and special search tips from the master himself. ... Read article

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    avotaynu.com Nu? What's New? Vol. 5 No. 21

    More Utilities from Stephen P. Morse Steve Morse is developing utilities of value to genealogists at such a rate that there ought to be a subsection to this bi-weekly e-zine titled "The Latest from Stephen P. Morse." All are available at http://www.stevemorse.org . He has just added a Russian/Eng... Read article

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    helleniccomserve.com Welcome to Hellenic Genealogy

    Morse site at http://stevemorse.org/ now has cross-links between the two indexes for New York City located at the Italian Genealogy Group site at: http://www.italiangen.org/ Missouri Death Certificates Now Indexed Online (1910-1955) The Missouri State Archives now offers the Missouri Death Certif... Read article

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    genealogywithtony.wordpress.com Take A Look At Comments I Received on My Original Post Regarding the “FREE” Access to 1940 Census Data from Ancestry.com – Insightful Comment! | To...

    Dr. Weintraub also emphasizes that the researcher should definitely plan on visiting the Steve Morse website at www.stevemorse.org to become familiar with the learning tools being made available for the 1940 Census data. Use the comment to remove any of the uncertainty as to what will be happenin... Read article

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