Monday Recap for July 16, 2012
Here’s our recap of genealogy articles from this past week!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Lesson Learned: Be Careful Making Assumptions (Roots and Rambles) – Great advice to avoid making assumptions
- Carroll’s Yesteryears: Photography collection is a local gem (Carroll County Times) – A local museum holds a treasure trove of photographs of local relatives from 1900-1920s
- How do I document my immigrant ancestor? (Examiner.com) – Robin Foster offers tips on how to document your immigrant ancestors
- The Daily Genealogist: Digital Cameras and Genealogy (New England Historic Genealogical Society) – Tips on using digital cameras in genealogy
- Passing on Your FAmily Genealogy Treasures to a Descendant (Olive Tree Genealogy Blog) – Keeping family documents in an antique box for future generations
- Fate guides the way on path to family history (The Standard) – A remarkable story! A couple travels to a remote Spanish village to find the birthplace of their ancestor only to discover the home was to be demolished that very morning.
- Memory jug with embedded family tree (Crafty Family Tree) – Great DIY project!
- Monday Recap for July 9, 2012 – Last week’s recap
- Family Tree Tuesday – Woody Guthrie – This past Saturday was the 100th anniversary of Woody Guthrie’s birth!
- Comic Books and Genealogy? – In honor of the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con, we highlighted two superhero and science fiction related genealogy projects
- A Telegram to John F. Kennedy – Check out his telegram Harpo Marx sent to John F. Kennedy