For example, I didn’t know that Internet Archive has the Veterans Administration Pension Payment Cards, 1907-1933 online as a digital microfilm collection. Well, I do now and it’s thanks to AncestryPaths that I learned about this neat collection.
The information discussed on AncestryPaths is all currently in the public domain via Internet Archive and/or openlibrary.org. And, with so much information constantly becoming available, it’s always nice when collections with relevance to genealogists and family historians is brought to our attention!
Here are some of the most recent news items that have crossed my path.
- 1907-1933 Veteran Pension Payment Cards
- Ireland Marriages 1771-1812
- Passport Applications
- War of 1812 Pension Applications
Did one of the mentioned resources mentioned or available via the site help you with your research? If so, we always like to hear about successes!
Editor’s Note: This page is a list of the currently available NARA ebooks as listed on openlibrary.org.
Editor’s Note: Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive
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