The Melungeons blog

Sunday, January 30, 2005

Courtesy National Museum of the American Indian

Saturday, January 29, 2005

News @ Genealogy Blog

I wonder if there will be a fee for searches?

"The state [West Virginia] Division of Culture and History plans to install a searchable database on its Web site that will let anyone with a computer and Internet access to view images of almost all state birth, marriage and death certificates. .... The first step in the project was to remodel the ... "

Family & Local Histories

Thursday, January 27, 2005

The Kentucky Post (Covington, KY): GENEALOGY TIPS.(Kentucky Life: History)@ HighBeam Research

Melungeons in Kentucky?

The Kentucky Post (Covington, KY): GENEALOGY TIPS

Melungeons have become one of the most talked ... genealogy circles. Originally, Melungeons were described as dark-complected ... America. A number of recent books have been published about the Melungeons. Many of these are available ...

Family & Local Histories

Wednesday, January 26, 2005

The Melungeons

The Melungeons

News From the Ancient Ones

Scientist: Man in Americas earlier than thought, Archaeologists put humans in North America 50,000 years ago. Archaeologists say a site in South Carolina may rewrite the history of how the Americas were settled by pushing back the date of human settlement thousands of years.
Man in Americas

Bonanza of ice-age artifacts redefine America's pre-history

A virtual gold mine of ice-age artifacts recently found on the banks of the Savannah River in South Carolina is forcing archeological to revise theories for how and when humans first migrated to North America.
ice-age artifacts

Ancient California bones could change land-bridge theory
Ancient California bones

Monday, January 24, 2005

Who are the melungeons?

The origin of the word Melungeon is still an ongoing debate among both scholars and even the Melungeons themselves. Let's explore our different theories about the mysterious Melungeon's ancestors.