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On the heels of the annual RootsTech conference, learn about the latest high-tech research tools, including the massive databases on Ancestry.com, 41 free family history tools, the upcoming web-centric issue, and Family Tree University's Winter 2014 Virtual Conference.
You've got questions about discovering, preserving and celebrating your family history; our experts have the answers.
This episode's theme is the 175th Anniversary of Photography. Learn about photo editing and retouching for genealogists, cool photo features on sites like MyHeritage and FamilySearch.org, and hear about the history of photography from the Photo Detective herself, Maureen Taylor.
This episode's theme is State Sources. Learn about the best state websites for your genealogy, go inside the wealth of information at the Kentucky Historical Society and discover state crash courses at ShopFamilyTree.com.
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!
Grab a partner and gang up on your genealogy brick walls with help from these top technology tools.
Learn what genealogy research clues are in your ancestor's city directory listing.
Turn to these records for help learning where and when your ancestors moved.
See the unusual ways that five Family Tree Magazine readers hurdled their research brick walls and achieved genealogical success. Their ideas could work for you!