The lazy days of summer are great for reading books, building sandcastles and exploring new genealogy databases or ebay.
Sunday July 10
* Wyoming became a state on this date in 1890
* Visit the Wyoming State Archives for voting records, Spanish-American War Rosters, oral histories and more. Visit: http://wyoarchives.state.wy.us/
Monday July 11
* Puerto Rico became a United States Territory in 1898 and a United States Commonwealth in 1952. Visit: The Hispanic Genealogy Society - http://www.hispanicgenealogy.com/
Tuesday July 12
* Looking for fun and practical genealogy supplies and gift? Visit: http://www.funstuffforgenealogists.com/
Wednesday July 13
* Using ebay for Genealogy Research: Look for postcards featuring family owned businesses or vacation destinations. Visit: http://www.ebay.com/
Thursday July 14
* Ancestry.com has over thirteen thousand names of individuals who were executed during the French Civil War. Visit: http://www.ancestry.com/
Search-> Card Catalog -> French Deaths
* Ancestry.com is a fee based database that offers trial memberships.
Friday July 15
* Looking for old newspapers in Iowa? Check out the Iowa Old Press website. Visit: http://www.iowaoldpress.com/
Saturday July 16
* Visit Maureen Taylor, the Photo Detective, for clues to the unknown individual in your family pictures. Visit: http://www.maureentaylor.com/
Hope you break down a brick wall or two!