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o Using Indirect Evidence and Linguistic Analysis to Trace Polin Ries of
, Teri D. Tillman, CG New Orleans
o Nathan W. Dowd of
: Whose Child was He?, Linda Dowd Vivian Ohio
o Using Indirect Evidence to Find In-Laws for Conrad Peters of Monroe County, New York, Nancy A. Peters, CG
Notes & Documents
o French Spoliation Awards: Heirs of Seth Russell of New Bedford, Massachusetts, Georgy Ely Russell, CG, FASG, FNGS
o The Usefulness of School Records: Uncovering Roberta Dyer Howard’s Withheld Story, Mary L. Mall
o ‘Tout le Monde’ Revisited: The William Moyse Family in
, Ronald A. Hill, Ph.D., CG, FASG Saint John, New Brunswick
o May They Rest in Peace, Separately
o An Illegal Vote for
o Early Signs of Trouble—The French Won’t Pay
o Agency at
o The French Spoliation Claimants
o The French Spoliation Claims—The Causten Papers
o Divorce Unacceptable in Nineteenth-Century
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