Online Genealogy Articles
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. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video that will walk you through the process of ordering microfilm on FamilySearch.org.
Here's how to search the FamilySearch online catalog for Genealogy resources about your ancestors. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video that will show you how to search the Catalog, step-by-step.
Family historians need a reliable, paperless way to capture the information they need from a website and organize that pile of notes. That’s where Evernote comes in, offering the ability to clip, store, organize, backup, share and retrieve notes. Follow our easy steps for Evernote’s Desktop or Web Clipper. This article includes a step-by-step Genealogy How-To Video on how to use Evernote's Web Clipping tool.
Quick tips and hints for how to search Ancestry.com. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video on how to narrow search results using Ancestry.com filters.
How do you home in on more ancestor answers in the ginormous genealogy collections at Ancestry.com? Follow these tips to master the Ancestry.com Card Catalog. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video that will visually walk you through the exact steps you must go through to conduct a successful search within the Card Catalog.
Simple and effective ways to improve your online genealogy research. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video with step-by-step demonstrations showing how to improve your Google searches.
Genealogy and Google go hand in hand—and not just for ancestor searches. Try these 13 tricks to master the Web giant’s other handy family history features. This article includes a short Genealogy How-To Video with step-by-step instructions on how to set up Google Alerts for your family history.
Need a plan of attack to solve a genealogy research question? Follow these steps to set up a research plan notebook in the free Evernote.
Want to find old images of your ancestors and the places where they lived? Follow our tutorial for searching the Library of Congress' huge online image collection.
Find your ancestors from sea to shining sea with these 75 genealogy websites focused on states across the USA.