Tips & Techniques Articles
3 steps for citing genealogy sources.
Being tech-savvy can really help your genealogy. Learn some of our favorite tips, techniques, and online tools to make your genealogy research and preservation a breeze.
In this genealogy podcast episode, discover fabulous online resources for finding your family history and working with the ones you frequent.
It's easy to mix up your relative with someone else’s in old records. But you can avoid an ancestor identity crisis when you follow these seven strategies.
Recording women's name variations
Creating timelines for females ancestors
Looking for women in genealogical records
Finding women by finding men
Searching online databases
Reading diaries and journals
Find out how 30 family historians hurdled their research brick walls and achieved genealogical success.
In this month's podcast, we celebrate Black History Month with tips for finding your African-American ancestors.
You've got questions about discovering, preserving and celebrating your family history; our experts have the answers. Here, get advice on finding an early-1800s ancestor in North Carolina and other brick wall tricks that may apply to your own genealogy research.
Need inspiration for getting—and keeping—your genealogy research and workspace organized? These online blogs and social networking communities will help keep you motivated.
Get your genealogy research on track by using this model to create your own plan of attack.