Monday Recap for May 21, 2012
Here’s a wrap-up of the past week in genealogy:
The Genealogy Sphere
- African-American’s roots revised (MSNBC) – African-American family researcher William Holland plans a family reunion to visit the location where his ancestors were once held as slaves
- Using OneNote to keep up with those ancestors (4yourfamilystory.com) – Caroline Pointer presents a great video tutorial on how to use OneNote in your genealogy research
- New Cousins! (Ancestorslivehere.com) – Blogger Leslie Ann discovers new cousins!
- Morenci police: Unearthed grave marker mystery solved (Lenconnect.com) – A man unearths a grave marker in his backyard
- How big are the USA census? (Tamura Jones) – Tamura Jones discusses the U.S. census by the numbers
- Albert Einstein’s digital archives: Pretty smart stuff (nj.com) – Albert Einstein’s notes, documents, manuscripts are now available online
- Uncovering Your Portuguese Ancestry (Archives.com) – Genealogist Ruth Lang provides advice on how to discover your Portuguese ancestry
- The Other Side of the Family (Boomer + Living) – A story about family relationships with the “other” side of the family
- Monday Recap for May 14, 2012 – Last week’s recap
- Family Tree Tuesday – Joseph Conrad – Did you know Joseph Conrad descends from a noble Polish family? Learn more about his family tree!
- NGS 2012 Family History Conference Recap – Pictures from NGS 2012!
- Featured Project: Eidsvoll 1814 - May 17 was Norwegian Constitution Day. Check out this project in honor of those who had a hand in writing Norway’s constitution.
- Look Who’s Related: Britney Spears and Miley Cyrus – See how Britney Spears is related to Miley Cyrus, Taylor Swift, Justin Timberlake and Christina Aguilera