Monday Recap for July 15, 2013
Check out some interesting articles from the past week!
The Genealogy Sphere
- A White Father: Direct Evidence (Reclaiming Kin blog) – An incredible find in African-American genealogy research
- Tips for Researching Performers and Showmen (a3genealogy.com) – Did you have a relative who was a traveling performer? Check out some tips on how to research your on-the-move ancestors.
- Breakthrough DNA study links B.C. woman and 5,500 year old “grandmother” (The Vancouver Sun) – DNA tests have linked the 5,500 year old remains of an aboriginal woman found a British Columbia island to a living woman from the Metlakatla First Nation.
- 6 Mistakes to Avoid When Using Newspapers for Genealogy (The Ancestor Hunt blog) – Good tips on what to watch out for while researching newspapers
- Boozy Snapshots of American Life Under Prohibition (io9.com) – Check out some fascinating photos of life in the U.S. during Prohibition
- Monday Recap for July 8, 2013 – Last week’s recap
- Family Tree Tuesday – Charles G. Dawes – Learn more about the family history of former U.S. Vice President Charles Dawes
- 5 Interesting Facts About the Medal of Honor - 151 years ago, the Medal of Honor was created. Check out 5 interesting facts about the United States military’s highest honor