September 2011

Most Recent Articles
The ability to take your tree with you and to view attached records makes this irresistible for any iPad- or iPhone-owning genealogist.
Read more »
If you already own Reunion for the Mac and an iPad, this is a no-brainer -- maybe the best $14.99 you've ever spent on genealogy.
Read more »
How do I learn more about a Civil War ancestor who was a prisoner of war?
Read more »
Social gaming company Funium has launched a genealogy-themed game for play on Facebook.
Read more »
You know you're genealogy-obsessed when you start researching fictional family trees. We went online and dug up the roots of some of our favorite silver screen characters.
Read more »
Pinpointing the county in which your family lived during a given year is easy, thanks to the Newberry Library's Atlas of Historical County Boundaries.
Read more »
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.
Read more »
A virtual world of genealogy can improve your real-life research.
Read more »
Whether your Big Apple ancestors arrived in the city's infancy or later, you can easily connect with them through a treasure trove of records, repositories, historical groups and museums.
Read more »
Recent Blog Posts »
Recent Articles »

Genealogist's Google Earth Premium Collection

With the free online program Google Earth, you can follow your forebears across the planet from the comfort of your personal computer.

Only available in April, this collection has a retail value of $123.99, but is yours this month only for $59.99!

Copyright © 2014 by F+W Media.