Monday Recap for April 28, 2014
Everyone have a wonderful weekend? See what articles you may have missed last week!
Image: Drones help find World War II’s missing soldiers / Engadget
The Genealogy Sphere
- Drones help find World War II’s missing soldiers (Engadget) – Search uses drones to find missing soldiers of World War II
- Spotlighting a law that stripped U.S.-born women of citizenship (LA Times) – A look into the Expatriation Act of 1907 that required a woman who married a foreigner to ‘take the nationality of her husband.’ Do you have ancestors who lost their U.S. citizenship due to a marriage?
- Race to Unearth Civil War-Era Artifacts Before Developer Digs In (NPR) – It’s a race against time to save Civil War artifacts before they are buried under new construction
- Tubercular? Insane? Polygamist? Things That Could Exclude You From Emigrating to the US in 1910 (Slate.com) – Fascinating list of conditions that could have barred your ancestor from entering the U.S. in 1910
- It’s the Little Things: Family Heirlooms are Family History (Genealogy Gems) – Read what happens when Lisa Louis Cooke wears a family heirloom out for the day
- Tuesday’s Tip: Vital Records Aren’t Always Accurate (Yvonne’s Genealogy Blog) – A good thing for every genealogist to keep in mind
- Monday Recap for April 21, 2014 - Last week’s recap
- Happy Earth Day! – We celebrate Earth Day with a look into the Environmentalist genealogy project on Geni. What are you doing to help preserve the planet for future generations?