Come on in! Join Pinterest only takes like a second or so.

More like this: toddler shoes, dna and toddlers.
Visit Site
Michelle Cohron-Penrose

New DNA evidence and a toddler’s shoe kept in a drawer for decades have solved the mystery of the Unknown Child from the Titanic who lies buried in Halifax. Sidney Leslie Goodwin

Related Pins

Titanic's 'Unknown Child' no longer nameless. He was an English passenger named Sidney Leslie Goodwin.

Kalash Girl - Northern Pakistan. The Kalash are fascinating. They don't share DNA markers with any other races/peoples, and they are so isolated they have managed to preserve their culture. They're the only non-muslim people in Pakistan. Even more interesting, most don't look caucasian like this girl, but it happens in their gene pool, a lot.

Rosalind Franklin: female scientist instrumental in discovering the structure of DNA

Black Death victims found under what is now the Royal Mint in London. DNA was extracted from the skeletons and scientists were able to recreate the genetic code of the Black Death bacterium © Museum of London Archaeology

#Titanic: this pair of leather children’s shoes (Accession Number: M2005.4.1 A+B ) is believed to be from Body No. 4, the “Unknown Child”. This very young boy, recovered by the crew of Mackay-Bennett, was buried at Fairview Lawn Cemetery in Halifax.

Titanic Graveyard in Halifax, NS. Canada where most are buried.

Eino Viljami Panula, 13 months old (Photo taken Mar 23, 1912). Perished aboard Titanic, last victim to be identified in 2002. Previously known as the "Unknown Child" and buried in Halifax by the sailors who found his body.


Deck Bench from the Titanic: The remains of a bronze deck bench lies among the wreckage of the Titanic.