In this week's Roundup: The variety of tools used to identify decades-old remains of soldiers unaccounted for, the remains of Tuskegee Airman Capt. Lawrence E. Dickson have been officially identified, books that had once belonged to Thomas Jefferson found in a dumpster and returned, and more.
In this week's Roundup: The smallest, oldest cemetery in Paris, upcoming genealogy reads, the remains of a recently identified missing soldier from WWII are being returned to his family for burial with full military honors, and much more . . .
In this week's Roundup: A new book that tells the story of America’s involvement in World War I through letters by General John Pershing and others who fought or supported the war effort and five snippets of family history shared in the wake of the removal of Civil-War era monuments in New Orleans
This week: A restaurant born of loss that showcases a spectrum of cultural cuisines - all cooked with love by grandmothers, a retired doctor helped by genetic genealogy to identify the father she never knew, a love letter lost for more than seventy years makes its way to the intended recipient, and much more!
This week, check out an article on diaspora tourism that explores what it means to "return to a place you’ve never been" as well as an article about the search for missing WWII airmen in India.
Lots of goodies in this week's Roundup! British celebrities highlight their "refugenes" in an effort to help refugees. We also have two stories around DNA, two stories in which blacksmiths play a part -- one forging awards from pieces of the Statue of Liberty and the other performing marriage ceremonies(!) -- two stories about segregation in cemeteries, and more.
This week's Roundup brings us pictures from a unique and memorable honeymoon, a matching grant challenge to preserve WWI memorials, and an interview with Australian comedian, Nick Cody.
This week, discover the importation of Siberian workers to Hawaii in 1909, assistance from Prince that helped save a library, six reasons to celebrate world-renowned chef, Leah Chase, and more . . .
This week's Roundup gives us a peek at a wedding dress passed down mother-to-daughter through three generations, luxury tombs, some stunningly beautiful photos of abandoned buildings, one man's experience calling the Swedish phone number, and more!
The Phono Museum, John Kasich: A Carpatho-Rusyn Pennsylvanian, a look at one of the very few women to receive the Kearny Cross for bravery during the U.S. Civil War, heritage travel, and lots more in this week's Genealogy Roundup!
DNA testing helps two sisters find each other again, the last wish of a Marine who fell in action during WWII is granted, an opportunity to help name four sheep ambassadors at Colonial Williamsburg and more.