Since December Ancestry.com has added several new resources on New Zealand, along with a smattering of Australian (especially New South Wales), German, and Italian records. A new British database is Burke’s Family Records, covering the “junior” nobility. Also new is the Dictionary of National Biography, a biographical dictionary of prominent British and Irish figures from the earliest of times up to 1900.
For the United States a significant new project enhancing Colonial census records appears for the first time, so far covering selected states: U.S. Colonial Census Reconstruction Records, 1660-1820. There are also a number of new databases on slaves and African-Americans: slave ads, interviews, manifests, emancipation records and more. There’s also a resource covering indentures (apprenticeships) in Washington DC, 1801-1811. A few titles cover Jewish populations (colonial America, World Wars I & II). Foreign arrivals for Miami and Honolulu are new. There are new military records for specific locales in Massachusetts (North Brookfield), Maine, and North Carolina. U.S. Consular Reports of Marriages [abroad], 1910-49 may prove useful to some.
A substantial addition to the atlas collection includes over 50 digitized titles covering the 19th and early 20th century, U.S. and World Atlases, 1822-1923.
In general this period has fewer new databases added and a larger proportion of updates (for both broad and narrow resources) since I’ve begun reporting on this.