Create a handy table of contents for all your Evernotes using a name or keyword in 4 steps.
In this December podcast, we explore state-based genealogy research and the available tools and techniques for discovering our U.S. ancestors.
Researching the lives of grandmothers, aunts and female cousins? Check out these women's history and genealogy websites, books and organizations.
Family Tree University's Vanessa Wieland shares her top 5 favorite hot tips for researching your family history.
Is hard-to-buy-for Aunt Helen the family repository for recipes, photo albums and keepsakes? Does Grandpa Joe archive all of your family's facts and dates in his head, not to mention all those lesser-known scintillating tidbits? If you need holiday gift ideas for your genealogically inclined relatives, look no further!
3 steps for citing genealogy sources.
Search Ancestry.com strategically to come up with better results for your family history.
Do you really have Native American ancestry or is just a family story?
Learn how to use this free smartphone app to create works of art from your favorite old photos.
How well can you interpret gravestone inscriptions? Take our quiz to find out.