Historically, Ireland has been divided into 32 counties—each with its own local government and cultural identity. This Irish counties map shows you how they carved up the...
Railroad maps can provide useful, interesting information about your ancestors and their communities. Here are eight tips for using them.
Have you heard the news about the Library of Congress’ new digital Sanborn maps collection? Here's how to use these unique maps for your genealogy research!
Did you know that there are hundreds of free historical maps right inside of the free Google Earth Pro software? In this course, you’ll learn how to find them, and how to...
Celebrate Christmas with this WWI map of the famous "Christmas Truce" of 1914.
Researching your Irish family history can be difficult. Track down your Irish ancestors in civil records using this poor law unions map.
Genealogy isn't all text records and photos. Map out your ancestor's community and step back into time with these most useful historical maps.
World War I changed Europe in more ways than one. This post-WWI European map shows boundaries set by the Treaty of Versailles.
If your ancestors hail from the rolling hills and mysterious lochs of Scotland, this Scottish counties map will help you find them.
Timelines reveal a lot about your ancestors' lives. Learn how to create timelines for your family history as well as practical tips for using them in your research.