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Nov 10, 2015

Fisher opens the show with David Allen Lambert, Chief Genealogist of the New England Historic Genealogical Society and American  David highlights another Tech Tip of the Week, and Free Database from NEHGS.  Fisher and David also speak of the horrors of the new list that has come forth from an investigation from NPR, revealing countless World War II servicemen who were unknowingly exposed to mustard gas as part of a government experiment concerning chemical warfare.  Is your relative on the list?  We'll tell you where to check.

Stan Lindaas of Heritage returns to talk with Fisher about an astounding study that will once and for all answer the question, "Why family history?"  The lifelong benefits to your children and grandchildren will shock you!  This is a segment you won't want to miss.

Then, Gary Nielsen talks to Fisher about a story tied to his wife's side... an outlaw shot and killed in 1911, whose body went on display in carnivals around the country for 66 years!  No... that's NOT a WAX figure!  This true story would be a highlight in anyone's family history.

Then, Tom Perry returns to talk more about "alphabet soup..." those various digital terms that can make your eyes glaze over.  With a little knowledge from Tom, you can save a lot of time, effort, and even money, doing your own preservation at home.

That's all this week on Extreme Genes, America's Family History Show!