Genealogy Roundup, October 24

Genealogy Roundup, October 24

Our Say: Thoughts upon the long-delayed return of a native son – Can’t tell you how happy I am to learn about this. Researching Cpl. James Ivory Jubb’s case was daunting, and his family is so pleased. Welcome home, Sir.

P.S. Lovely photo sequence and this article is worth a read (as it happens in the Capital Gazette).

Using Machine Learning and Optimization to Improve Refugee Integration – 1st, very cool idea

2nd, they named it after Annie Moore of Ellis Island! 🗽

“a computational tool to help humanitarian aid organizations significantly improve refugees’ chances of successfully resettling and integrating into a new country”

Photo Credit: Jen Rynda / The Capital

By |2018-10-24T10:27:06+00:00October 24th, 2018|Genealogy Roundup, Human Interest, Immigration, Military|0 Comments

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