Friday, September 26, 2014

Friday Finds and Follows: 26 September 2014

Articles and posts that caught my eye:

5 adopted siblings reunited after 4 decades by Lee Rood of the Des Moines Register at USA Today

Canine noses point to forgotten, unmarked graves in Wilmington by Bruce Siceloff at the Charlotte Observer

Seven Reasons You Are Not Finding Your Ancestor by Robin Foster at

Sites across the country offer lessons on Roosevelts by Beth J. Harpaz of the Associated Press at the Spokesman-Review

New journal focuses on Midwestern history and its follow-up post Easy & free access to Mississippi Valley Historical Review by Paula Stuart-Warren at Paula's Genealogical Eclectica

German Digital Church Book Portal is Now Online by Dick Eastman at Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter

The Lineage Trap by Tony Proctor at Parallax View

Cross-Time Photos Show Snapshots of Seattle's Past and Present, Side by Side by Martha King at Quirksee

1930s, '40s Idaho a click away: Yale website holds photos from FDR public relations effort by John Sowell of the Spokesman-Review (the site the article references can be accessed here)

5 Facebook settings to change now by Kim Kommando, special for USA Today

My New Follows at Twitter:

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