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When Gammel ends

More Texas laws The Legal Genealogist is in Dallas today as the 2016 Texas State Genealogical Societry conference gets underway. Three full days of great genealogy. More than 75 separate sessions from more than 35 speakers. And just about every topic under the sun,...

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Law for the Lone Star State

One-stop shopping for Texas statutes The Legal Genealogist is in the Lone Star State today, getting ready for tomorrow’s kick-off to the 2016 Texas State Genealogical Society conference in Dallas. We’re looking at three solid days of amazing genealogy:...

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Fair days starting today

NARA’s virtual fair! It’s now. It’s today. And it’s terrific for genealogists, historians, anybody who wants to know more about what things were like long ago… and what the records say about those days. It’s the National...

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Divorce, New York style

Extreme Genes Episode 162 Every so often, a fellow genealogist will share with The Legal Genealogist a riveting story of family history — usually with a question attached. And it’s almost always the same question: can the law explain what in the world is...

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The first NM state code

A new state’s new laws New Mexico. The Land of Enchantment. A place of great mountains and red rock canyons and sweeping deserts and deep red sunsets. A place that became part of the United States with the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo in 1848. That first hammered...

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