Memoirs and Stories Articles
Online video has become seriously popular, and it can bring you genealogy benefits as well as giggles. Tune in for 10 ways online video can amp up your family history research.
How do you find people to interview about your family? And when you've got them on the line, what's the best way to breach sensitive subjects? We'll tell you how.
Add these kin and acquaintances to your interview list, and you may discover surprising facts and anecdotes about your ancestors.
A Midwife's Tale goes digital
An important ingredient in your heritage over the years has been served up right at the family dinner table. Follow our recipe for discovering and preserving your family history through meals and memories.
The 1919 house where Roots author Alex Haley said he first heard stories of his family's African heritage has become a museum.
Maybe writing the story of your life just isn't for you. But that doesn't mean you can't record something about your life for your children and grandchildren to enjoy.
During Ellis Island's busiest days, an immigrant family's saga stands out.
Tales from the lighter side of family history.
A dining room table serves up tales of love, lima beans and the passing of generations.