Who Do You Think You Are?
The third season of NBC's genealogy-reality TV show "Who Do You Think You Are?"
begins Friday, Feb. 3, at 8 p.m. Eastern. We're blogging about each new episode and other "Who Do You Think You Are?" news on the Genealogy Insider blog
. These are the celebrities who'll discover their ancestors in this season's episodes:
- actor Martin Sheen
- actress Marisa Tomei
- actor Blair Underwood
- actor Rob Lowe
- actress Helen Hunt
- actress Rashida Jones
- actor Jason Sudeikis
- actress Rita Wilson
- actress Edie Falco
- musician Reba McEntire
- former NFL running back Jerome Bettis
- TV chef Paula Deen
If you or your loved ones are among those inspired to start discovering family history, we'll help you get started!
Then, dig into the resources below.
Family History Detective: A Step-by-Step Guide to Investigating Your Family History
This all-ages guide by Desmond Walls Allen makes genealogy fun and exciting. You'll find
answers to your family history questions using the simple,
achievable steps inside. Family History Detective includes:
- Tips on how to find family history information in your own home
- Websites, resources and techniques for online research
- Instructions on locating and using census, courthouse, church and other records
- An overview of library and archive research
- How to plan, record and organize your research
- Ways to share your discoveries with others
Watch a FREE how-to webinar with the author of Family History Detective!
Discover Your Roots Kit
This multimedia pack provides all the tools you need to embark on the fun and rewarding journey of discovering their family's past. The included how-to guide walks through how to start a family tree, dig up information online and begin exploring historical records and sources. The guidance and techniques in the included ebook, CD and online class will help you take the next steps in your family history quest—and a 1-year subscription to Family Tree Magazine. A $204 value for just $99.99!
Get Started Tracing Your Roots
Family Tree Magazine
has a wealth of how-to helps just for beginners. Click on the images below for our free research forms and cheat sheets
, links to the best genealogy websites
and products for new genealogists
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