Published Sources

Most Recent Articles
Search these database sites for yesterday's news.
Read more »
The black press created a repository of experiences, hopes and dreams for your African-American ancestors. Discover 11 ways these publications can give you the scoop on your family.
Read more »
Your ancestors in their own words.
Read more »
Digging into the city's multicultural roots can be both a challenge and a fiesta -- these tips and resources will get you started.
Read more »
Cut out hours of research and instantly add branches to your family tree — here's how to find a shortcut to your roots in the pages of published family histories.
Read more »
101 Best Websites for 2011: Tools for using maps in your research
Read more »
A new collection on the Library of Congress' American Memory Web site makes it easier to picture your WWI-era ancestors' lives.
Read more »
Looking up your ancestors in yesterday's yellow pages has gotten easier. Here's how to let your mouse do the walking.
Read more »
How to find genealogy information in JSTOR's millions of articles from 2,000-plus academic journals.
Read more »
Recent Blog Posts »
Recent Articles »

Free Genealogy Downloads



Genetic Genealogy Toolkit
In the Genetic Genealogy Toolkit, you’ll learn about the three major types of genetic genealogy tests—mitochondrial (mtDNA), Y-DNA and autosomal DNA (atDNA)—and what these tests can accomplish for your genealogy.
 
Only available in Feb., this collection has a retail value of $209.96, but is yours this month only for $69.99!


They're going fast - get yours today!
 

©  F+W All rights reserved.