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Happy Endings August 21, 2013

Posted by Robbie in Crowdsourcing, Social Media.
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Happy Endings

In early July, I posted observations about the value of using Social Media and crowd sourcing techniques as a way of solving family history or genealogy puzzles.

Today’s Victorian state daily paper, “The Age”, reports on the positive outcome of the search for the person named on those lost USMC dog tags.

Read Lawrence Money’s article from The Age here

The Age's photograph of John Naismith.

The Age’s photograph of John Naismith.

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