Recap for February 21, 2012
We hope everyone enjoyed the long weekend! To help you get back into the swing of things, check out some great articles from the world of genealogy!
The Genealogy Sphere
- Hitler had son with French teen (The Telegraph) – New evidence reveals Hitler fathered a son
- Lost and found (The Hindu) – Geni was featured in an article for The Hindu in India
- Rediscovering family roots (BuffaloNews.com) – A local genealogical society helps novice genealogists track their slaved ancestors
- Genealogy Detective Megan Smolenyak (Sturgis Journal) – An interview with famed genealogist Megan Smolenyak
- Genealogy society finds remnants of cemetery (AikenStandard.com) – A local genealogical society discovered the remnants of local history tucked away behind trees and bushes
- Detailing family history can be difficult, but worthwhile (TribLive) – Great tips for researching your family history
- Reborn Records! (Archives.com) – Tips on how to track down alternate records for those destroyed by natural disasters, fires or war
- Information About the 1940 US Census (Germanroots.com) – A great summary of the type of information you will find in the 1940 U.S. census
- Monday Recap for February 13, 2012 – Last week’s recap
- Famous Couples in History – We celebrated Valentine’s Day with a look at the Famous Couples in History project and discovered how Cleopatra and Elizabeth Taylor are related!
- Today’s Release: New Projects Dashboard – Geni’s projects dashboard got a new look!
- Presidents Day on Geni – See the family trees of all the Presidents of the United States on Geni!