Monday Recap for June 2, 2014
Catch up on some family history news with these articles from around the web!
Image: Melting glaciers in northern Italy reveal corpses of WW1 soldiers / The Telegraph
The Genealogy Sphere
- Here’s How People 100 Years Ago Thought We’d Be Living Today (Wired) – Check out these vintage postcards of how people thought we’d be living today
- D-Day remembered: Striking then-and-now photographs that capture how northern France was devastated 70 years ago – and how it has recovered (DailyMail) – Amazing photos blend history with the present
- Genetic match? Why people tend to marry those with similar DNA (CBS News) – Studies show that married couples have more DNA in common than random pairs of people
- Melting glaciers in northern Italy reveal corpses of WW1 soldiers (The Telegraph) – The slowly melting glaciers of the Italian Alps reveal the preserved bodies of soldiers from WWI
- 115 Years Young: Meet the Oldest Living American (People) – Interview with the oldest living American, who’s also the second oldest person in the world
- Oldest Person Photographed (The Huffington Post) – Image of the earliest born person ever photographed
- 10 rare views of NYC from more than a century ago (The New York Post) – New film footage released by the Library of Congress shows NYC a hundred years ago
- Global Family Reunion: How are you related to A.J. Jacobs? – Discover how you’re related to best-selling author A.J. Jacobs
- Memorial Day: Free Access to Military Records – MyHeritage offered free access to their collection of military records this Memorial Day weekend
- Webinar: The Biggest Family Reunion Ever – VIDEO – Miss our webinar with AJ Jacobs? Watch it in full here!