Libraries & Archives Articles
Learn the best search strategies for researching your genealogy in the Library of Congress website.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints' (LDS) genealogy arm, Family-Search, has microfilmed millions of records and books from all over the globe. Use this tutorial to learn how to order the microfilms.
How do I learn more about a Civil War ancestor who was a prisoner of war?
Learn how to use your digital camera to "scan" family documents and pictures.
Who has the time to hunt down genealogical treasures scattered across thousands of distant repositories? You do—with our three-step guide to WorldCat.
A busy schedule can thwart family tree research, but these 23 tips will help you be smarter about your time.
Give your research a long-lasting legacy: Follow these six steps to get your family history book into the library stacks.
Use these eight genealogy resources to help your Latin American family tree research along.
Newspaper articles can offer loads of genealogical details about your
ancestors, but they can be difficult to track down. Use this step-by-step guide to get started on Journalism's Voyage West.
From state vital records and censuses to historical books and immigration data, this year’s 101 Best Websites list features tools that can bust your brick walls—but not your budget.