New Keying Projects Archive
The third most voted for project, California, American Biography and Genealogy, Volumes I-II, 1912, is now ready to be keyed. We will be keying information regarding prominent individuals in California in the year 1912. This project is a little smaller so make sure to grab a few image sets before they disappear!
Monday, September 26th It’s the last week of September. (I’m really not sure how that happened. Where did the month go?) There’s are a lot of things happening around here lately. Lots of projects being keyed and reviewed. New contributors joining our community. Anna is holding small training sessions where you can get personal assistance [...]
It’s Wednesday! That means we’ve published a new project for keying. As part of our on-going commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War, our project this week is Georgia, Civil War Correspondence, 1847-1865. Before you start keying, take a look at the project page. You’ll see that there are [...]
It’s a big week for the World Memory Project and the for the Ancestry World Archives Project community. We published three new projects to key. We released a new project to search. And, we are getting ready for a busy week at the IAJGS conference in Washington D.C. Keep reading for all of the latest [...]
About an hour ago we released two new projects for keying. As you knew from this weekend’s challenge, the Dorset Crew Lists was released. It is a collection of UK records related to ship voyages, crew members and apprentices. This is a smaller project so grab your image sets soon. The second project released is another [...]
It’s time for another World Record Challenge Project of the Day! And, since it’s Wednesday it’s also time for another new project to be published to key. This week we thought we’d combine both and give everybody a fair shot at winning since no one will have any experience keying this particular, brand new, project. [...]
You asked. We listened. If you want to participate you better jump on board quickly. Dozens of you have been clamoring for more records from England since we finished keying our last English project a few months ago. We published one today but it is small. So, if you’d like to participate in keying the [...]
If you missed our big announcement yesterday be sure to read it here. And, to all of the new keyers who have joined us in the last 24 hours – Welcome! We’re so glad you have joined our community. Ten World Memory Project collections are now online and ready for keying. We are indexing deportation [...]
It’s Thursday. That must mean there are new projects to talk about. First up are the projects we RELEASED TO SEARCH over the last little while. Sydney and New South Wales, Sands Street Index, 1861-1930, Part 2 was a popular project (mostly, I think because it yielded high record count). We broke it into two parts [...]
I have two favorite phrases when it comes to the Ancestry World Archives Project. They are – PUBLISHED FOR KEYING and RELEASED TO SEARCH . Today we have two of the former and five of the latter. Wow! Since there’s so much going on I won’t add commentary on each of the collections. But, I [...]
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