Genealogy Roundup, September 23

Genealogy Roundup, September 23

A Rare Day-by-Day Document of Life Aboard a Slave Ship

Greenway Conservancy Executive Director to become CEO of Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation – After 38 years, Ellis Island has a new CEO. As far as I’m concerned, Stephen Briganti is a miracle worker so I’m sad to see him go, but he’s certainly earned his retirement. I wish Jesse Brackenbury much success. 🗽

In Lackawanna, a labor martyr’s tombstone rises from the earth – Lovely update on one of Sean Kirst’s stories.

Passenger Ship Posters – Cool! For those who subscribe to FindMyPast, they have a passenger ship poster search.

Genealogy mask of the day #30: Genome-01

Genealogy mask of the day #31: Tutankhamun – (for those with seriously deep roots)

Genealogy mask of the day #32: Eat Sleep Genealogy Repeat

Genealogy mask of the day #33: I Am My Ancestors Wildest Dream

Genealogy mask of the day #34: Woven Italy Flag

Photo Credit: Robert Ruffin Barrow, Jr., Papers, Archives and Special Collections, Nicholls State University, Thibodaux, La. / Public Domain

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