Friday, 4 August 2017

High Fives - August 4, 2017

~by Ada McVean at McGill Office for Science and Society
Hysteria was the diagnosis for everything that men could not understand about women.

~by A. Roger Ekirch at Academic Room
Took me a while to track down this original paper, which has been repeated by various others on the internet. Interesting concept that people used to sleep in two chunks, not straight through the night. 

~by Pad Kumlertsakul at The National Archives Blog
I had no idea Siam was in WWI. Though it is now Thailand, it was Siam on a small old globe I used to have.

~by Matthew Wills at JSTOR Daily
About the 1927 case of Buck v. Bell 

~ by Joe Buggy at Townland of Origin
Are your Irish ancestors in their database or in the next volumes?

~by Anne Morddel at The French Genealogy Blog
Researching in France into the 20th century.

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