Online Genealogy Articles
Get the scoop on your family history by using these websites to find your ancestors in online newspaper archives.
Find one-of-a-kind genealogical records in libraries using a free online tool called Archive Grid.
Locate the places your ancestors lived in the old maps found at these four free websites.
Genealogy.net is an often-overlooked resource for researchers with German ancestors. See how this valuable website's partnerships with regional German societies can help you discover your German ancestry.
Online video has become seriously popular, and it can bring you genealogy benefits as well as giggles. Discover ten ways you can use online video to enhance your family history.
Are your genealogy finds too few and far between? Try these 18 tech tricks for freer, faster, more-effective family history research. Hackers are bad, but "hacks" can be good—when you're talking about technology tricks that make your genealogical life easier or more enjoyable.
Old German handwriting can be hard to read, let alone translate. Check out these seven resources for deciphering Fraktur, the Gothic script used in German genealogy records.
The Library of Congress' website is full of fantastic information for genealogists, just waiting for you to tap into
Learn how to use FamilySearch with this easy-to-follow guide
GenealogyBank has one of the largest collections of digitized US newspapers: more than 7,000 titles from all 50 states, dating from 1690 to the present.