Whether you're heading to Washington, D.C. for a vacation or family history research, your trip is not complete without a visit to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum. Founded on the premise of being a "permanent living memorial to the victims of the Holocaust" by an act of Congress, the Museum opened to the public in April 1993. Located just a short distance from the National Mall, the austere façade welcomes those seeking to gain knowledge on this tragic chapter in world history.For … [Read more...]
With over 25 years of genealogy experience, Michelle Chubenko enjoys solving challenging urban, immigrant and Native American client projects. She loves helping others break through their brick walls and learn about their own family history.