Dogs Help Historians Uncover Lost Graves

Is genealogy going to the dogs? The Genealogy Blog reports in “Find Your Ancestors with the Help of a Dog” on how dogs are being used to “sniff out” unmarked graves to help identify historical graves.

The story originally comes from , and might be worth considering if you or your genealogy society is involved in restoring ancient grave sites.

Too bad they can’t tell you who is buried there. 😉

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