Genealogy Roundup, February 10

Genealogy Roundup, February 10

5 Things You Didn’t Know about Amanda Gorman’s Roots – Who else looked forward to listening to this remarkable young woman recite at the Super Bowl? 🙋‍♀️

WWI and WWII: Legislation, Recovery, Identification and Burial of Human Remains – On the one hand, am glad this issue exists. On other, not a single article on US efforts despite 20+ years of doing this?

23andMe to go public via Richard Branson’s SPAC – So Ancestry just got a new CEO and now this. I mean, it’s not unexpected, but lots of changes going on in the genetic/genealogy world. 🧬

Lost in Antarctica, a Wallet Is Returned 53 Years Later (Memories Included) – Fun orphan heirloom rescue!

The Gift of the Double Census – Wrote a little something about that experience we all love – finding ancestors in the census twice in the same year!

Always fun when Amazon recommends one of your own books!

Photo Credit: Peter Stevens

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