Save & Share History Articles
Got photos and documents to preserve? Our reviewer examines the archival M-Disc, purported to store your data for up to 1,000 years.
With nearly a billion searchable historical records, the new FamilySearch.org offers brilliant possibilities for furthering your research. Our guide spotlights tips and hints for making the most of the website.
Teach your kids or grandkids how fun family history can be—without a textbook in sight.
Don’t let your genealogical legacy slip away—try these 10 ideas to document your life and
become the ancestor you always wished you had.
Show your clan who's who at the next reunion with a family tree wall chart. We point you to affordable options from three types of printers.
Tools for taking care of your family's legacy. In this issue: caring for an heirloom collection
Innovations and trends that shaped your ancestors’ lives. In this issue: soap.
Brush up your family history writing and paint your ancestors with words. These six questions will get you going.
Share your family history with a virtual bequest. Also, learn how to identify an old butter stamp.