Monday Recap for March 26, 2012
Check out some interesting genealogy articles from the past week!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Family Tree’s Startling Roots (New York Times) – Henry Louis Gates, Jr. discovers that comedian Wanda Syke has the longest continuously documented family tree of any African American he has researched.
- Woman traces family back to Revolutionary War (Shelby Star) – A woman traces her genealogy to the Revolutionary War beginning at an overgrown cemetery.
- 1800s couple’s portraits reunited with help of genealogy and granddaughter (KLS.com) – The portraits of an 1800s couple are reunited thanks to the great-great-great granddaughter
- Using Photoshop to determine if two photographs are the same ancestor (Barry’s Genealogy Blog) – Barry McComber uses Photoshop to try to determine if the women in two old photographs are the same person
- Roots 2.0: Using DNA to Trace My Ancestry (TheWorld.org) – A woman talks about her journey to discover her genealogy through DNA testing
- Michelle Rodriguez Traces Family Roots in PBS Series (Fox News Latino) – Actress Michelle Rodriguez learns of some surprising discoveries about her ancestry through DNA as part of Henry Louis Gates, Jr.’s series Finding Your Roots
- Jets’ Tebow Can Trace His Lineage to New Jersey (New York Times) – Interesting article about quarterback Tim Tebow’s genealogy
- How do I cite a genealogy research conclusion? (Planting the Seeds) – Michael Hait gives some tips about citing your sources
- Monday Recap for March 9, 2012 – Last week’s recap
- Today’s Release: Enhancements to Project Images - Read about our latest enhancements to projects
- The 1940 U.S. Census is Coming Soon! – Take a look at what information you will find in the 1940 U.S. Census