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AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UV
August 05, 2019
Descendants of William Tucker, whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship to bring Africans...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Descendants of William Tucker gather in family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Descendants of William Tucker, whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship to bring Africans to Virginia in 1619, gather at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July, 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UT
August 05, 2019
A grave marker is seen in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400 years...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
A grave marker is seen in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
A grave marker is seen in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400 years after William Tucker's parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729US
August 05, 2019
Brenda Tucker, a descendent of one of the first black Americans William Tucker whose parents were brought...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Brenda Tucker visits grave in Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Brenda Tucker, a descendent of one of the first black Americans William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619, visits a grave at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UM
August 05, 2019
The entrance to the Tucker family cemetery is seen in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400 years...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
The entrance to the Tucker family cemetery is seen in Hampton, Virginia
The entrance to the Tucker family cemetery is seen in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400 years after William Tucker's parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UL
August 05, 2019
Shirley Petteaway, a descendent of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Tucker desendent Petteaway visits grave at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Shirley Petteaway, a descendent of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619, pays respects to a family member buried at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UI
August 05, 2019
Verrandall S.Tucker, a descendent of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Verrandall Tucker pauses while visiting gravesite in Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Verrandall S.Tucker, a descendent of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship to bring enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619, pays respects to a family member buried at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UH
August 05, 2019
A flower lays on a grave in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
A flower lays on a grave in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
A flower lays on a grave in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400 years after William Tucker's parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UB
August 05, 2019
A flower lays on a grave in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
A flower lays on a grave in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
A flower lays on a grave in the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia U.S., July 27, 2019, 400 years after William Tucker's parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729UA
August 05, 2019
Vincent Tucker, a descendent of William Tucker and president of the William Tucker 1624 Society, stands...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Vincent Tucker visits the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Vincent Tucker, a descendent of William Tucker and president of the William Tucker 1624 Society, stands among grave markers at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019, 400 years after William Tucker's parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729U7
August 05, 2019
Shirley Petteaway, a descendent of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Tucker desendent Petteaway visits grave at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Shirley Petteaway, a descendent of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619, pays respects to a family member buried at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729U5
August 05, 2019
Brenda Tucker, a descendent of one of the first black Americans William Tucker whose parents were brought...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Brenda Tucker visits grave in Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Brenda Tucker, a descendent of one of the first black Americans William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619, pays her respects at a family member's grave at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
AFRICA-SLAVERY/DESCENDANTS
RTX729U4
August 05, 2019
Verrandall Tucker and Brenda Tucker, descendants of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola...
Hampton, UNITED STATES
Desendants of William Tucker gather at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia
Verrandall Tucker and Brenda Tucker, descendants of William Tucker whose parents were brought from Angola on the first ship carrying enslaved Africans to Virginia in 1619, gather at the Tucker family cemetery in Hampton, Virginia, U.S., July 27, 2019. The Tucker family trace their ancestry to the 1624 census of the then English colony of Virginia. Picture taken July 27, 2019. REUTERS/Michael A. McCoy
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3IO
February 28, 2019
Attendees look around the Ancestry.com booth at the RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Attendees look around the Ancestry.com booth at the RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake...
Attendees look around the Ancestry.com booth at the RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3IM
February 28, 2019
Boxes of Ancestry.com DNA kits sit in a box ready for sale at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Boxes of Ancestry.com DNA kits sit in a box ready for sale at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical...
Boxes of Ancestry.com DNA kits sit in a box ready for sale at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3HC
February 28, 2019
An employees of Ancestry.com prepares a tube with a saliva sample for shipment to demonstrate how to...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
An employees of Ancestry.com prepares a tube with a saliva sample for shipment to demonstrate how to...
An employees of Ancestry.com prepares a tube with a saliva sample for shipment to demonstrate how to process a DNA kit at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3HB
February 28, 2019
Attendees buy Ancestry.com DNA kits at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City,...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Attendees buy Ancestry.com DNA kits at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City...
Attendees buy Ancestry.com DNA kits at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3HA
February 28, 2019
An employees of Ancestry.com spits demonstrates how to process a DNA kit at the 2019 RootsTech annual...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
An employees of Ancestry.com demonstrates how to process a DNA kit at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical...
An employees of Ancestry.com spits demonstrates how to process a DNA kit at the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3C8
February 28, 2019
Margo Georgiadis, CEO of Ancestry.com opens the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Georgiadis, CEO of Ancestry.com opens the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City
Margo Georgiadis, CEO of Ancestry.com opens the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
ROOTSTECH-CONFERENCE/DNA
RTX6P3BQ
February 28, 2019
Margo Georgiadis, CEO of Ancestry.com opens the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Georgiadis, CEO of Ancestry.com opens the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City
Margo Georgiadis, CEO of Ancestry.com opens the 2019 RootsTech annual genealogical event in Salt Lake City, Utah, U.S., February 28, 2019. REUTERS/George Frey
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LS
February 17, 2017
An early comer, part of the first contingent of 664 residents of Japanese ancestry to be evacuated from...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
An early comer, part of the first contingent of 664 residents of Japanese ancestry to be evacuated from...
An early comer, part of the first contingent of 664 residents of Japanese ancestry to be evacuated from San Francisco, later to be housed in war relocation authority centers for the duration of the war, in this June 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LQ
February 17, 2017
Early comers, part of the first contingent of 664 residents of Japanese ancestry to be evacuated from...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Early comers, part of the first contingent of 664 residents of Japanese ancestry to be evacuated from...
Early comers, part of the first contingent of 664 residents of Japanese ancestry to be evacuated from San Francisco, await the bus outside the Wartime Civil Control station in San Francisco, in this June 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LP
February 17, 2017
Residents of Japanese ancestry line up for registration in San Francisco, in this April 1942 handout...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Residents of Japanese ancestry line up for registration in San Francisco
Residents of Japanese ancestry line up for registration in San Francisco, in this April 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LO
February 17, 2017
Residents of Japanese ancestry awaiting the bus at the Wartime Cvili Control station in San Francisco,...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Residents of Japanese ancestry awaiting the bus at the Wartime Cvili Control station in San Francisco...
Residents of Japanese ancestry awaiting the bus at the Wartime Cvili Control station in San Francisco, in this April 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LM
February 17, 2017
First-graders, some of Japanese ancestry, at the Weill public school in San Francisco pledge allegience...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
First-graders, some of Japanese ancestry, at the Weill public school in San Francisco pledge allegience...
First-graders, some of Japanese ancestry, at the Weill public school in San Francisco pledge allegience to the United States flag, in this April 1942 handout photo. The children of Japanese ancestry will be housed in war relocation authority centers for the duration of the war. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LJ
February 17, 2017
Residents of Japanese ancestry line up for registration in San Francisco, in this April 1942 handout...
San Francisco, UNITED STATES
Residents of Japanese ancestry line up for registration in San Francisco
Residents of Japanese ancestry line up for registration in San Francisco, in this April 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LD
February 17, 2017
Members of the Japanese independent congregational church attending Easter services prior to evacuation...
Oakland, UNITED STATES
Members of the Japanese independent congregational church attending Easter services prior to evacuation...
Members of the Japanese independent congregational church attending Easter services prior to evacuation of persons of Japanese ancestry from certain West Coast areas, in Oakland, in this April 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5LC
February 17, 2017
A young evacuee of Japanese ancestry waits with the family baggage before leaving by bus for an assembly...
UNITED STATES
A young evacuee of Japanese ancestry waits with the family baggage before leaving by bus for an assembly...
A young evacuee of Japanese ancestry waits with the family baggage before leaving by bus for an assembly center in California, in this April 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Clem Albers/Department of the Interior/War Relocation Authority/National Archives/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
USA-JAPANESE/ANNIVERSARY
RTSZ5L3
February 17, 2017
Baggage belonging to evacuees of Japanese ancestry sits at an assembly center in Salinas, California,...
Salinas, UNITED STATES
Baggage belonging to evacuees of Japanese ancestry sits at an assembly center in Salinas
Baggage belonging to evacuees of Japanese ancestry sits at an assembly center in Salinas, California, in this April - July 1942 handout photo. February 19, 2017 marks the 75th anniversary of FDR signing executive order 9066, authorizing the internment of Japanese Americans during World War Two. Courtesy Dorothea Lange/Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information Collection/Library of Congress/Handout via REUTERS ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. EDITORIAL USE ONLY.
BRITAIN-DAILYLIFE/
RTX2DV09
May 11, 2016
A man dressed in period costume walks through Kew Palace as an information video projects pictures outlining...
London, United Kingdom
A man dressed in period costume walks through Kew Palace as an information video projects pictures outlining...
A man dressed in period costume walks through Kew Palace as an information video projects pictures outlining the ancestry of Britain's King George III in London, Britain, May 11, 2016. King George III used Kew Palace, which is sited in Kew Gardens, as one of his family homes to convalesce from bouts of illness. REUTERS/Russell Boyce
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFS6
April 04, 2016
A man from the Yeh family raises incense sticks during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
A man from the Yeh family raises incense sticks during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to...
A man from the Yeh family raises incense sticks during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors during the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFRO
April 04, 2016
Members of the Yeh family burn offerings and paper money during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Members of the Yeh family burn offerings and paper money during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects...
Members of the Yeh family burn offerings and paper money during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors on Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFRK
April 04, 2016
Yeh family members attend an annual worship ceremony to pay their respects to their ancestors during...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Yeh family members attend an annual worship ceremony to pay their respects to their ancestors during...
Yeh family members attend an annual worship ceremony to pay their respects to their ancestors during the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFRJ
April 04, 2016
A father holds hands with his son and as they walk over offerings and paper money while thousands of...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
A father holds hands with his son and as they walk over offerings and paper money during the Qingming...
A father holds hands with his son and as they walk over offerings and paper money while thousands of Yeh family members attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors during the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFR5
April 04, 2016
Thousands of Yeh family members attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Thousands of Yeh family members attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors...
Thousands of Yeh family members attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors during the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFQV
April 04, 2016
A child from the Yeh family holds incense during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
A child from the Yeh family holds incense during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their...
A child from the Yeh family holds incense during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors during the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFQQ
April 04, 2016
Yeh family members lift up food offerings during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Yeh family members lift up food offerings during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their...
Yeh family members lift up food offerings during an annual worship ceremony to pay respects to their ancestors during the Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFKJ
April 04, 2016
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors...
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors on Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFKH
April 04, 2016
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors...
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors on Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFKG
April 04, 2016
A child holds a Hello Kitty balloon as thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
A child holds a Hello Kitty balloon as thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony...
A child holds a Hello Kitty balloon as thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors on Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
TAIWAN-RELIGION/TOMBS
RTSDFKF
April 04, 2016
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors...
Taoyuan, Taiwan
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors...
Thousands of people surnamed Yeh attend an annual worship ceremony to pay respect to their ancestors on Qingming Festival, also known as Tomb Sweeping Day, in Taoyuan, Taiwan April 4, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu
MUSIC-GERMANY/WAGNER
RTX1LPHL
July 24, 2015
A visitor looks at the Wagner family tree at the Richard Wagner Museum in Bayreuth, Germany, July 24,...
Bayreuth, Germany
A visitor looks at the Wagner family tree at the Richard Wagner Museum in Bayreuth
A visitor looks at the Wagner family tree at the Richard Wagner Museum in Bayreuth, Germany, July 24, 2015. A renovated Richard Wagner Museum opening in Bayreuth this weekend to coincide with the Bavarian city's annual Wagner opera festival puts the composer's anti-Semitism and his family's later ties to Adolf Hitler centre stage for the first time. To match story MUSIC-GERMANY/WAGNER REUTERS/Michael Roddy
INDIA-RELIGION/
RTX1DHWO
May 18, 2015
A boy makes Shivling (a symbol of Lord Shiva) after taking a dip in the waters of the Ganges river on...
Allahabad, India
Boy makes Shivling after taking a dip in the waters of the Ganges river on the occasion of Somvati Amavasya...
A boy makes Shivling (a symbol of Lord Shiva) after taking a dip in the waters of the Ganges river on the occasion of Somvati Amavasya in Allahabad, India, May 18, 2015. Hindu devotees pray for the souls of their departed ancestors during the occasion. REUTERS/Jitendra Prakash
USA-IRELAND/
RTR4TRQI
March 18, 2015
Henry Healy (L), an eighth cousin to U.S. President Barack Obama in his mother's ancestry, and Ollie...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Healy and Hayes raise their hands when Obama asked where they were in the crowd during a St. Patrick's...
Henry Healy (L), an eighth cousin to U.S. President Barack Obama in his mother's ancestry, and Ollie Hayes (R), owner of a pub in their ancestral hometown of Moneygall, Ireland, raise their hands when Obama asked where they were in the crowd during a St. Patrick's Day reception in the East Room of the White House in Washington, March 17 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
USA-IRELAND/
RTR4TRND
March 17, 2015
Henry Healy (L), an eighth cousin to U.S. President Barack Obama in his mother's ancestry, and Ollie...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Healy and Hayes attend a St. Patrick's Day reception in the East Room of the White House in Washington...
Henry Healy (L), an eighth cousin to U.S. President Barack Obama in his mother's ancestry, and Ollie Hayes (R), owner of a pub in their ancestral hometown of Moneygall, Ireland, attend a St. Patrick's Day reception in the East Room of the White House in Washington, March 17 2015. REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ANNIVERSARY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB7B
July 06, 2014
Mimosa, a "Muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he applies makeup in a female toilet...
Mexico City, Mexico
Mimosa, a "Muxe", applies makeup in a female toilet during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in...
Mimosa, a "Muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he applies makeup in a female toilet during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB74
July 06, 2014
Java Saucedo, a "muxe", models his traditional Zapotec woman's costume, during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" models his traditional Zapotec woman's costume, during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party...
Java Saucedo, a "muxe", models his traditional Zapotec woman's costume, during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB70
July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, dances during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe"...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" dances during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, dances during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB6Z
July 06, 2014
Pilar Sanchez, a "muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he serves food during a traditional...
Mexico City, Mexico
Pilar Sanchez, a "muxe", serves food during a "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
Pilar Sanchez, a "muxe", wears a traditional Zapotec woman's costume as he serves food during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
MEXICO/
RTR3XB6X
July 06, 2014
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, dance with other men during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" dance with other men during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, dance with other men during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, stands next to a man during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" stands next to a man during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, stands next to a man during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
"Muxes", wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes, attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, looks on during a traditional Zapotec "Vela...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" looks on during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, looks on during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, sits during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe"...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" sits during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe", wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume, sits during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume dances with another man during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" dances with another man during a "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume dances with another man during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes smile during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" smile during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes smile during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume arrives to attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela...
Mexico City, Mexico
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume arrives to attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela...
A "muxe" wearing a traditional Zapotec woman's costume arrives to attend a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
A transvestite (C) looks on at the entrance of a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City...
Mexico City, Mexico
A transvestite looks on at the entrance of a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City
A transvestite (C) looks on at the entrance of a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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July 06, 2014
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes sit with other men during a traditional Zapotec...
Mexico City, Mexico
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes sit with other men during a traditional Zapotec...
"Muxes" wearing traditional Zapotec women's costumes sit with other men during a traditional Zapotec "Vela Muxe" party in Mexico City July 5, 2014. In Zapotec culture, a "muxe" is man who dresses and behaves in ways otherwise associated with women. Anthropologists say the tradition of blurring genders among Mexico's indigenous population is centuries old but has been revived in recent decades due to the gay pride movement. The "muxes", mostly of ethnic Zapotec ancestry, are widely respected in the southern state of Oaxaca. Picture taken July 5, 2014. REUTERS/Carlos Jasso (MEXICO - Tags: SOCIETY)
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February 10, 2014
Two people talk at the Ancestry.com booth at the Rootstech Conference sponsored by Family Search in Salt...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
Two people talk at the Ancestry.com booth at the Rootstech Conference sponsored by Family Search in Salt...
Two people talk at the Ancestry.com booth at the Rootstech Conference sponsored by Family Search in Salt Lake City, Utah February 7, 2014. The four day conference featured exhibitors from around the world showing the latests products and techniques in family research, search genealogy and DNA family history. Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
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February 10, 2014
David Reese and Dana Gull, (R) try out software at the Ancestry.com booth at the Rootstech Conference,...
Salt Lake City, UNITED STATES
David Reese and Dana Gull try out software at the Ancestry.com booth at the Rootstech Conference, sponsored...
David Reese and Dana Gull, (R) try out software at the Ancestry.com booth at the Rootstech Conference, sponsored by Family Search, in Salt Lake City, Utah February 7, 2014. The four day conference featured exhibitors from around the world showing the latests products and techniques in family research, search genealogy and DNA family history. Picture taken February 7, 2014. REUTERS/George Frey (UNITED STATES - Tags: SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY BUSINESS)
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