It was (by a tie break):
In the USA, September 15th through October 15th is celebrated as German-American Heritage Month, to commemorate the arrival of German immigrants to the US on October 6th, 1683.
One of the special challenges if you have immigrant ancestors in your research is bridging the gap between the records in their new country, and the records in their old one.
The tag immigration is well-represented with 46 questions, but we have only 7 with the tag naturalization. However, naturalization records often have the most precise information about the place of origin of our immigrant ancestors.
Please use the naturalization tag for new questions and consider asking questions about naturalization (and citizenship) records kept in ANY new countries of immigrants from ANY old countries.
Next week, on 24 Oct, I will tally up the results to see how we did.