January 2011 Articles
Learn how to use Google Earth to tackle three common problems when it comes to finding your ancestors, and you'll find you can locate the homes of your ancestors (yes, even if it's now a parking lot!) and pinpoint a location in an old photo.
Get your genealogy research on track by using this model to create your own plan of attack.
Seeking your ancestors in an ocean of US arrival records? Here's how to find them in Ancestry.com's immigration records collection.
Are your old pictures faded and creased? Undo the damage with our guide to fixing four common photo flaws.
Reconnect with your family and friends by sending an informative, engaging family newsletter—these tips will show you how.
Keep your heirlooms' legacies from getting lost by writing the stories of their pasts.
Access the world's genealogical records right in your own backyard.
Social media and technological advances have changed the way we communicate. Use these seven methods to tap into the genealogy community.
A Chicago graphic designer makes a stylish newsletter for her family on a budget.
Use these tips to preserve and pass on precious family recipes.