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11th December, 2016
Root In The Past

Genealogy was once a painstaking exercise, requiring long hours in dusty archives. Now, thanks to the digitisation of many records, family trees can be pieced together at the mere click of a mouse. The vast world of online resources is at the fore of a new eight-week genealogy course offered by the National Library of Ireland, beginning January 18. Taught by historian Sean Murphy, the introductory programme (€100) also includes training in traditional research methods....

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