Monday Recap for November 12, 2012
Check out some interesting genealogy articles from the past week!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Genealogy serach uncovers relatives, family history for reporter (FoxCarolina.com) – A local reporter discovers his family history
- How a 16-year-old Jewish girl escaped death after being sheltered by the sister of Belgium’s most notorious Nazi (Daily Mail) – The story of how a 16 year old Holocaust survivor and her family escaped death
- Who Do You Think You Are? (Babyzoomers.com) – Baby boomers are leading the charge in genealogical tourism
- 18th- century French and Spanish records shed new light on United States history (Artdaily.org) – New Orleans to digitize thoughsands of 18th century French and Spanish legal papers
- Voting and the law (The Legal Genealogist blog) – Legal genealogist Judy Russell looks at how voting records can help answer questions about your ancestors
- Monday Recap for November 5, 2012 - Last week’s recap
- Featured Project: 2012 U.S. Federal Election – In honor of election day in the U.S., we highlighted the U.S. Federal Election genealogy project. Are you related to the candidates?
- Family Tree Tuesday – Julia Louis-Dreyfus – Who knew that actress Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ father is a billionaire?
- Curator Appreciation Month Winner – Congratulations to Pia Hanslep, our first Curator Appreciation Month winner! Have you submitted your Curator story? Tell us how a Curator has helped you and you can win a FREE Pro subscription!