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NGS wrap-up

Footnote presentation at NGS 2010We had a great time meeting and talking to everybody at NGS last week. We enjoyed the many questions, suggestions and ideas everyone had. We love finding out how we can make Footnote.com better and we regularly update Footnote to make it easier for you to do your research.

If you signed-up for the first time, we welcome you, if you extended your membership, thank you. The best of luck to all of you with your research.  If you need some help with footnote visit our new video tutorials page.

Everyone that signed-up for a membership during the conference was entered to win a lifetime membership or the Fezzari Mountain Bike. Here are the winners:

Lifetime All-Access Membership Winners:

Fezzari Bike Giveaway
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3 Comments

  1. What ever happened to that partnership between Footnote and Gannett? Is Footnote digitizing historical Gannett papers and is there some record of the schedule and progress?

    Thanks

  2. Hi Chris,

    Thanks for the reply. I am interested in Kentucky, Indiana and Tennessee papers, especially the Louisville Courier Journal and the now defunct Louisville Times which was closed after Gannett bought both in the 1980s. They span a long period of Louisville history.

    I would also like to say that although I am not a subscriber, adding such papers or War of 1812 service records would get me to subscribe and keep subscribing.