Helpful Articles FAQ

  1. The Biggest Mistake of Online Ancestor Hunting and How to Avoid It
  2. Discover Secrets, Surprises & Skeletons with Family History Research
  3. Avoid The Frustration of Chasing The Wrong Family!
  4. Maximizing Genealogical Value of Obituaries
  5. Benefits of a Genealogy Research Journal
  6. Heraldry and Genealogy - Ignore Coat of Arms Rules at Your Own Risk
  7. Genealogy Research and How to Examine the Evidence and Sources
  8. People, Places and Events - History is Your Friend in Genealogy Searches
  9. What is in a Name? Spelling Issues in Genealogy
  10. Genealogy - Historical Context - Pilgrim and Puritan Roots in Religious Dissent in England
  11. The Meaning of Your Name - Understanding the Origins of Names Can Aid in Your Genealogy Research
  12. Using Professional Researchers - Accelerating Your Genealogy Search
  13. The Importance of Sharing Your Genealogy Research
  14. How Cemetery Records Help Genealogy Research
  15. Truth or Illusion - Is Your Genealogy Research Trustworthy?
  16. Spanish Heritage Genealogy Research - Arizona Records Created During Spanish Rule
  17. Hunting Hungarian Heritage
  18. 3 Genealogy Resolutions to Start Your New Year Off Right!
  19. How Genealogy Can Affect Your Eyesight
  20. Poring through Portugal
  21. Eyeing Iceland
  22. Genealogy - A Hobby Children Can Enjoy!
  23. Genealogy Wish List 2012
  24. Sicily Genealogy - Tracing Your Sicilian Roots
  25. Viewing Viewshare
  26. Insightful, Safe and Respectful Research: Five Cemetery Do's and Don'ts
  27. Seeking Swedish Förfäder
  28. Armenian Genealogy - Armenian Americans Are Researching Their Family Histories
  29. When the Passion's Gone: How to Handle Genealogy Burnout
  30. Back to School for Genealogists
  31. Genealogy - Find The Right Reason To Love This Hobby
  32. Back to School: Online Family History and Genealogy Courses
  33. How Accurate Will a Self-Performed Genealogy Search Be?
  34. Community-Generated Data - A Case Study.
  35. Terms of Service for Genealogy Today
  36. Genealogy Searching ... more than Google
  37. The Census (and Census Taker) That Helped Start a War
  38. Searching for Collateral Kin
  39. Census and Beyond
  40. Noticing Norway
  41. Hit a Genealogy Brick Wall? Don't Call Your Insurance, Consider Hiring a Professional Genealogist
  42. Discovering Your (possible) Loyalist Ancestors
  43. The Burden of Proof Lies With You
  44. Dutch Treat
  45. Getting Organized
  46. Father's Day: Finding the Men in Your Family Tree
  47. A Few of My Favorite Social History Websites
  48. The 12 Essential Skills for Family Genealogists
  49. Finding Folks in the 'Forty Census.
  50. The Rush is on ... for the 1940 Federal Census
  51. Passing It Along: Ensuring the Future of Your Online Research
  52. Private Eyes!
  53. Here Today, Gone Tomorrow: 5 Tips for Tracking Internet Searches
  54. Songs of Yesterday: Stephen Collins Foster, Part 3 - Oh! Susanna
  55. Some of My Favorite Genealogy Forms
  56. The Easy, Bare-Minimum Guide to Spring-Cleaning Your Research
  57. African-American Family History Resources
  58. Seeking Swiss
  59. Exploring First Family Certificates
  60. 5 Projects to Complete in 2012
  61. Jumping Over the Pond: Resources for Tracing Immigrant Ancestors
  62. Caring for your Ancestors
  63. Verifying Census Information
  64. Discover Hidden Treasures at, Part 3 - Online Genealogical Resources for the 21st Century
  65. Fast-Paced Genealogy Research
  66. Discover Hidden Treasures at Your Local Family History Center, Part 2 - Books and Local Materials
  67. Requesting Church Records: 5 Tips to Encourage a Response
  68. Transcribe, Edit, Share, Win: The NARA Citizen Archivist Project
  69. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: The Animal Kingdom, Part 3 - Catastrophic Terminology
  70. Songs of Yesterday: Stephen Collins Foster, Part 2 - I Dream of Jeanie
  71. A Short Primer on Preserving Your Heirlooms
  72. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: The Animal Kingdom, Part 2 - It's a Dog's Life
  73. Summarizing Journals
  74. Who will carry on when you're gone? Finding the next homes for your genealogy research
  75. How to Attend a Genealogy Conference
  76. Naturalization Exemption: Documentation You May NOT Find
  77. Songs of Yesterday: The Appeal of Stephen Collins Foster
  78. Is your Genealogy in the Clouds?: Cloud Computing for Genealogists
  79. Four Ways to Save Money this year on Genealogy Research
  80. Detecting Danish
  81. Genealogy Forecast for 2012
  82. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: The Animal Kingdom, Part 1 - Going to the Dogs
  83. Archiving Your Personal Blog
  84. 5 Great Websites for Genealogists to Use in 2012
  85. Discover Hidden Treasures at Your Local Family History Center, Part 1 - Microfiche and Microfilms
  86. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War Series, Part 12 - O Little Town of Bethlehem
  87. Hula Hoops to iPads: The Toys (and Trees) of Christmases Past
  88. Dating and Identifying Old Family Photos - Part 2
  89. 5 Tips for the New Genealogist
  90. Searching and Organization
  91. Dating and Identifying Old Family Photos - Part 1
  92. Map Studies
  93. School Records: Researching Students
  94. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 11 - The Vacant Chair
  95. The Killers: Three 19th-Century Diseases That Have Shaped Your Family Tree
  96. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Traditions and Terms of Thanksgiving
  97. Czech Out Your Ancestors!
  98. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 10 - Marching through Georgia
  99. Tracing your World War II Family Member with a Final Pay Voucher: A Case Study
  100. Deciphering Surnames of the Bonny Scots
  101. Local Genealogical Societies Open Doors
  102. Playing Tag: The Easy, High-Tech Way For You To Search (and improve!) Archival Records
  103. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Learning English Can Be Torture, Part 4
  104. Illuminating Italian
  105. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 9 - What Did the Privates Do?
  106. Genealogical Research Habits
  107. School Records: Researching School Teachers, Part 3 - Locating Records
  108. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Learning English can be Torture, Part 3
  109. After Labor Day: Finding Ancestors in Union Records
  110. Building a Genealogical Research Library
  111. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 8 - The Battle Cry of Freedom
  112. Common Folk Details ... Social History
  113. Searching for The Sons and Daughters of Patriots - DAR
  114. Searching for The Sons and Daughters of Patriots - SAR
  115. Pursuing Polish
  116. All Those Genealogy Charts
  117. Mystery Membership: Europeans, Basques and Genetics
  118. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Learning English can be Torture, Part 2
  119. Finding French - cherchez la famille.
  120. Observing for Obituaries
  121. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 7 - The Minstrel Boy
  122. Researching NARA With the Online Public Access Prototype
  123. School Records: Researching School Teachers, Part 2 - Record Types
  124. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Learning English Can Be Torture, Part 1
  125. Taking Your Research to Court
  126. School Records: Researching School Teachers, Part 1 - Overview
  127. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 6 - Lorena
  128. Journey to America
  129. Finding Immigrant Origins in the Old Country through Newspapers
  130. Networking and Genealogy
  131. Discovering Your Roots: African American Genealogy
  132. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Getting Information
  133. Y-Chromosome Adam: Father of all Fathers
  134. Family Associations
  135. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 5 - When Johnny Comes Marching Home
  136. A Genealogical Friend in Need: Where To Find (and Give) Genealogical Help Online
  137. Digital Books and Microfilm
  138. Say what? Ask-a-Librarian Services
  139. School Records: Researching Women's Colleges, Part 3 - Locating Records
  140. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: The Games People Played
  141. School Records: Researching Women's Colleges, Part 2 - Record Type & Content
  142. Genealogy and TV
  143. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 4 - Lincoln and Liberty Too
  144. Searching For Union Soldier Ancestors
  145. Genealogy Webinars
  146. Picture This!
  147. Preparing for the Release of the 1940 Census
  148. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Finding Etymology Gold in the Mines
  149. School Records: Researching Women's Colleges, Part 1 - Overview
  150. Vertically challenged? No!
  151. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 3 - Tenting on the Old Campground
  152. Genealogy and Singularity
  153. Depression, War, Waffle Irons, Controversy: The World of the 1940 Census
  154. My Ancestor is Not In the Census. Part 2: Tax Lists
  155. Genealogy Wikis
  156. How To Read An Obituary
  157. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 10 - The Fabric of Our Lives
  158. Getting Around In The Days Of Yore - Part 2
  159. Getting Around In The Days Of Yore - Part 1
  160. Confederate Pension Files
  161. Libraries and Genealogy
  162. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War, Part 2 - Tramp, Tramp, Tramp
  163. Cooking (and Eating) History: Beyond Grandma’s Recipes
  164. Arizona Genealogy Research - How to Read Arizona Death Certificates Which Are Free Online
  165. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 9 - I'll Sleeve it to You
  166. Becoming a Professional Genealogist
  167. My Ancestor is Not in the Census, Now What?
    Census Substitutes Part I: City Directories
  168. A Real Challenge for Future Genealogists
  169. DNA Research Expanding
  170. The Origins of Family Names
  171. Songs of Yesterday: Civil War Series, Part 1 - The Battle of Shiloh Hill
  172. Genealogy Research in the Winter
  173. Working with Community Groups to Preserve Local Materials, Part 2
  174. Getting Even More Out of Google: Using Google Reader and Alerts for your Genealogy Research
  175. Working with Community Groups to Preserve Local Materials, Part 1
  176. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 8 - In the Beginning . . .
  177. Early Religions in America
  178. Nosing Through Newspapers, Part Two
  179. Timelines and Genealogy
  180. Fishing For Data In Foreign Streams
  181. Dealing With Those Pesky Family Legends
  182. Songs of Yesterday: House to House
  183. Genealogy Sensibility
  184. Edible Genealogy for the Holidays: How To Track Down and Revive Old Family Favourites
  185. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 7 -
  186. The Top Ten Free Online Resources for African-American Genealogy
  187. Getting More Out of Google: Using Search, Images and News Archive for Your Genealogy Research
  188. Mini-Family Histories for the Holidays
  189. Genealogy by Occupation: Watery Deaths
  190. Come on, Pilgrim: Finding Your Roots in Thanksgiving
  191. A Thankful Genealogist
  192. The History of Genealogy
  193. Blackfoot or Black Dutch?
  194. Finding Your Roots Through Chinese Genealogy
  195. Songs of Yesterday: The Folk Process
  196. Researching City Directories (Part 2 of 2)
  197. Genealogy Web Directories
  198. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 6 – Who Wears the Pants in the Family?
  199. Songs of Yesterday: Can't Dance and It's Too Wet to Plow
  200. When is it luck or skill in genealogy research?
  201. When Corpses Move
  202. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 5 – Headstrong
  203. How Savvy Genealogists Search a Database
  204. The U. S. Civil War -- 150 Years Later
  205. How Far Back Can I Trace My Genealogy For Free?
  206. Courthouse Records
  207. Figuring Out Soundex
  208. Keeping up with your Jones’es
  209. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 4 - Hat Trick or Treat
  210. Discovering City Directories (Part 1 of 2)
  211. More Than Meets the Click
  212. Researching Military Documents
  213. Test Your Genealogy Word Power
  214. Songs of Yesterday: The On-Going Weasel Debate
  215. Types of Vital Records
  216. The Live Roots Primer
  217. Genealogical Tourism - A New Baby Boomer Phenomenon
  218. The Compleat Genealogical Database: Elections
  219. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 3 - Starting at the Bottom
  220. Reconstructing the Families of Slaves
  221. Know Where to Begin Your Genealogical Search
  222. A Run Down Under
  223. Cite Your Sources, Now!
  224. Songs of Yesterday: The Legend of John Henry, Steel-Driving Man, Part 2
  225. Searching for Roots Down Under
  226. Privacy Statement for Genealogy Today
  227. Kansas City Babies
  228. SNPs and Snails: What is your deep ancestry?
  229. Czech Genealogy - Discover How to Trace Your Czech and Slovak Roots
  230. Is There Such a Thing as Privacy in Genealogy?
  231. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 2 - It's the Little Things That Count
  232. The Compleat Genealogical Database: Legal Events
  233. Revisiting the Census
  234. Genealogy's Most Popular Disbeliefs
  235. The Compleat Genealogical Database: Property Ownership
  236. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Clothing, Part 1 - Dress to Impress
  237. The Compleat Genealogical Database: Death Data
  238. America’s Famous Family Tree: Are you one of the 100 million members?
  239. Tattoos and Sheep: Convict Records . . . Not Always The Criminals You Would Expect
  240. Three First Steps in Genealogy Research to Build Your Family Tree
  241. Evolution of Land Ownership in America: Filling Up the Space
  242. Finding Ancestors in County Court Minutes
  243. Songs of Yesterday: The Legend of John Henry, Steel-Driving Man, Part 1
  244. The Compleat Database: Life Events
  245. Little Nuggets Of Gold
  246. When the Name’s the Same
  247. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Chew on These, Part 2
  248. Prepared Researching
  249. How I Spent My Summer Vacation: Genealogy Tourism in the USA
  250. Evolution of Land Ownership in America: The Search for Space
  251. Songs of Yesterday: The Cowboy's Lament
  252. Searching For Elusive Ancestors Through Profiling
  253. Why Every Genealogists Needs a Librarian
  254. Original or Derivative, Primary or Secondary?
  255. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Chew on These, Part 1
  256. Why Should I Go to a Genealogy Conference?
  257. Getting to the Root of Family Stories
  258. Genealogy Video - Just One Word Can Unlock a World
  259. Researching Tax Records
  260. The Compleat Database: Education
  261. Songs of Yesterday: Home on the Range
  262. The Right To Bear Arms: Using Heraldry To Discover the Background of an Ancestor
  263. State-wise Census Research
  264. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Five a Day
  265. The Compleat Database: Cultural Affinities
  266. Migration to the Northwest: The Early Years
  267. Grandma Was A Harvey Girl
  268. What is Genealogy Today all about?
  269. Preserving The Past With Video
  270. Songs of Yesterday: An Appalachian Tragedy
  271. Sons and Daughters of Genealogy: Joining a Lineage Society
  272. Paths, Trails and Roads
  273. The Compleat Database: Citizenship Matters
  274. German Resources on the Internet
  275. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: These Words Will Grow on You!
  276. April Fooled: Three Hoaxes That Make Jokes out of Genealogical Research
  277. Are You Ready to Go Pro? Achieving a Certification in Genealogy
  278. Pacific Northwest Genealogy
  279. The Compleat Database: DNA and Health
  280. Songs of Yesterday: Danny Boy
  281. How to Test for DNA
  282. The Correct Genealogy Supplies Can Make Your Research a Lot Easier
  283. Research me, I'm Irish: Five Tips for Tracing Irish Ancestry
  284. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles:Weaponry Wordings, Part 2
  285. The Compleat Database: Non-traditional Relationships
  286. What is DNA from a Genealogical Perspective, Part II
  287. Local Libraries Offer A Treasure Of Research Possibilities
  288. The Compleat Genealogy Database: Compleat Names
  289. Songs of Yesterday: Glory, Hallelujah! Part 2
  290. Lost Ancestors
  291. WorldCat - A Mighty Kitty of Information!
  292. Build a Family Tree Online - Wouldn't You Want to Build Your Own Online Family Tree?
  293. The Ten Questions of the 2010 Census: What They're Asking and Why
  294. February 15th is Heritage Day in Canada
  295. The Role Of History In Genealogical Research
  296. Using Genealogy Toolbars
  297. Tracing Ontario Relatives in the States
  298. The Compleat Genealogy Database: Names
  299. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Weaponry Wordings, Part 1
  300. How Would DNA Help My Research
  301. Do You Have What it Takes to Be a Census Taker?
  302. Patronymics and Other Naming Patterns
  303. Songs of Yesterday: Glory, Hallelujah! Part 1
  304. How to Hire A Genealogist
  305. Is It Time for Overseas Help? Working with a Foreign Researcher
  306. Family Tree Scrapbooking - Create a Family Heirloom
  307. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Working on the Railroad
  308. Allen County Public Library and PERSI
  309. The Compleat Genealogy Database: Religious Affiliations
  310. Sound Practices That Might Be Overlooked
  311. Centuries-old Occupational Origins of Modern Surnames
  312. Genealogy 2010 ... Where's the Crystal Ball
  313. Genealogy - Haven't You Ever Wondered If the Stories You Heard About Your Ancestors Were True?
  314. Songs of Yesterday: How Our Ancestors Sang in the Holiday, Part 2
  315. Genealogy on Film: Industry On Parade
  316. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Words of Holidays Past
  317. Three Reasons You Need Local History Books
  318. Find Your Ancestors’ Origins Through Naturalization Records
  319. Songs of Yesterday: How Our Ancestors Sang in the Holiday, Part 1
  320. National Family History Day: Do a Different Genealogy Search This Thanksgiving
  321. Practical Advise for Researching Immigrants
  322. Antiques and Historical Perspectives
  323. What Amelia Earhart Can Teach You About Family Mysteries
  324. Canadian Naturalization Database
  325. What Are the Confederate Amnesty Papers?
  326. Genealogy of Communities: Intentional Community in the Next Century
  327. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: In Passing, Part 3
  328. Genealogy of Communities: The Utopias
  329. The Triumvirate of Sources
  330. FamilySearch Indexing: Want Free Indexed Records Online? Become a Volunteer and Help Create Them.
  331. Getting a Genealogical Education
  332. DIY Genealogy: Is It Worth Hiring a Professional?
  333. Northeastern Ontario Family Histories
  334. Pilgrims to Americans
  335. What is a Dit Name and Why Is It Important to Family History?
  336. Genealogy of Communities: Faith-Based Communities
  337. Mining for Genealogical Information in Federal Records
  338. Genealogy of Communities: Prostitution
  339. Genealogy of Communities: Asylums, Hospitals, and Sanitariums
  340. Keeping your eyes on the road - not!
  341. Genealogy of Communities: Prisons
  342. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: In Passing, Part 2
  343. Family History Archives: Buried Treasure
  344. Have a Great Family History Month
  345. Storing Your Family Tree
  346. Genealogy of Communities: Indian Reservations
  347. Lessons Learned: Get It Right The First Time
  348. Genealogy of Communities: Seminaries and Other Educational Communities
  349. Research Room Etiquette: What to Bring and What to Do in Archives or Library Research Rooms
  350. Genealogy of Communities: Fishing Camps
  351. Archives Can Yield Unexpected Treasures
  352. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: In Passing, Part 1
  353. Genealogy of Communities: Logging Camps
  354. Ask The Right Questions
  355. Reading What is Etched in Stone
  356. Tracing Your Roots to Germany: The Nomenclature
  357. Cemeteries - Not just for tombstones anymore!
  358. The Genealogy of Communities
  359. The Ten Commandments on a Floppy? Where would we be?
  360. Instead of Searching the Internet, Have the Internet Search for You: Starting a Genea-Blog
  361. Replacing the 1890 Census - City Directories
  362. Map Reading 102
  363. Historical Pageants as a Genealogical Tool
  364. Digging Through History’s Pages: Using Newspapers and Other Periodicals to Find Ancestors
  365. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: From Logs to Log Cabins
  366. A Genealogy Software Primer, Part 3 - More Genealogy Programs
  367. Census and More Census
  368. Newspaper Treasures
  369. When Land Disappears
  370. The Bachelor, the Spinster and the Childless
  371. Getting Past the Native Ancestry Block: Can DNA Testing Break Through the Wall?
  372. What is Paleography?
  373. Social Networks and the Issue of Privacy
  374. Beyond the Paper Trail: Discovering Family History with Different DNA Tests
  375. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Words of War, Part 3
  376. A Genealogy Software Primer, Part 2 - A Look at Two of the Best Programs
  377. The City Directory
  378. Don't Overlook Historical Societies!
  379. The Wonders of the Family History Center
  380. Exploring German Ancestries
  381. Genealogical Summer Reading 2009
  382. The Role of Genealogy in History
  383. Will the Real Mr. Snider Please Stand Up: Finding Your Ancestor's Misspelled Name.
  384. Getting Past your Ancestor’s Surname: The Need for a Comprehensive Research Plan
  385. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Words of War, Part 2
  386. Census of Canadian Prairie Provinces - 1916
  387. Canadian Genealogy by the Book
  388. Researching Canadian First World War Files
  389. A Genealogy Software Primer: Part 1 - What to Look for in Genealogy Programs
  390. Lights, Camera, Action and Genealogy
  391. Facebook for Genealogists
  392. Social Network: What Is it?
  393. Dissertations and Theses as Genealogical Sources
  394. When a Picture Is Not Worth a Thousand Words
  395. Free Online Classes through OpenCoureseWare
  396. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Words of War, Part 1
  397. Genealogy Writing Markets
  398. New FamilySearch: A Database to Capture Your Imagination
  399. Finding Digitized Books Online
  400. Immigration History & the U.S, Part 4 - Immigration after 1820
  401. Back To Genealogical Basics
  402. Researching Criminal Records
  403. How To Read a Cemetery
  404. A Simple High-Tech Solution For Genealogists
  405. Genealogy for the rest of us
  406. The Census Code
  407. Manuscript Collections and Your Genealogy
  408. Building Your Genealogy Website
  409. New FamilySearch: Depending Upon The Kindness of Strangers
  410. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Get Me To the Church on Time
  411. Gathering Family Data
  412. Immigration History & the U.S., Part 3 - History of Early American Ports
  413. PRO TALK - Marketing Auxiliary Genealogy Services
  414. PRO TALK - Virtual Genealogy Presentations
  415. Using Business Cards for your Genealogy
  416. Finding Your Way Through The Maze Of British Records, Part 2 Searching Military Records
  417. Finding Your Way Through The Maze Of British Records, Part 1 Searching Church Records
  418. The Direction and Future of Genealogy
  419. Conducting Research Through Societies and Fraternal Organizations
  420. Using Google Scholar for Genealogy
  421. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: From Ship to Shore
  422. Fee-Based Genealogy
  423. Immigration History & the U.S., Part 2 - The Colonial Period of Immigration
  424. Love the Ladies
  425. Finding Funeral Home Records
  426. Survival Toolbox for Professional Genealogists
  427. Census of Canada - 1891
  428. Online Database Memberships: Are They Worth It?
  429. Immigration History & the U.S, Part 1 - Historical Influences on U.S. Immigrants
  430. Confederate Pardons
  431. Using Genelaogical Indexes
  432. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Knomenclature of Knights
  433. Turning Michigan-Canadian Research Upside Down
  434. Using the 'Images of America' Series for Your Family History
  435. Using eBay in your Genealogy
  436. Licensed Ordinaries: Liquor Licensure Throughout American History
  437. Down In The Mines - Part 1
  438. Love and Marriage in 19th-Century Canada
  439. Ancestors in a time of Panic
  440. Genealogy Books, Supersized
  441. New Orleans: Destination or Stopover
  442. Personal Blogs as Historical Documents
  443. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: All the World's a Stage
  444. What Good is Genealogy?
  445. The National Road, Gateway to Ohio
  446. The Myths of the Fathers
  447. Life, Death, and Everything in Between
  448. Writing Effective Genealogy Correspondence
  449. Genealogy and Internet Security
  450. Quebec City Passenger Records, 1865-1900
  451. Start the New Year Right – Cite Your Sources!
  452. Genealogy Lingo
  453. All-Canadian Blogs of 2008
  454. Ancestral Christmas Traditions
  455. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch, Part 2
  456. How to Contact Living Relatives
  457. Making a Living in New Orleans
  458. Genealogy Gifts for the Non-Genealogist
  459. We Are What We Do
  460. Friends of the Family
  461. Lexicons of Lost Lifestyles: Meanwhile, Back at the Ranch
  462. Your Personal History
  463. New Orleans Interments
  464. Switching Search Directions
  465. Helpful Hints For Posting Queries in Genealogy Forums
  466. Back To School - How to Find School Records - Part 3
  467. And off they went . . .
  468. Women Veterans
  469. Online State Encyclopedias
  470. Scrapbooking Your Family Tree
  471. Hail to the Chief
  472. Quoth the Raven . . .
  473. Finding Clues through Fraternal Links
  474. Religion In New Orleans
  475. I Love Libraries
  476. To Catch a Thief
  477. New Orleans: Healthy Life in the New World
  478. How Not to Spend a Fortune on Your Genealogical Research
  479. The Witness
  480. Education in New Orleans
  481. Food for Thought
  482. The Walking Pioneers
  483. Back To School: Types of School Records - Part 2
  484. The Arts in New Orleans
  485. Beyond the Index
  486. Sharing Old Photos
  487. The Ethnicity of New Orleans Immigrants
  488. Find a Way to Sell Your Genealogy Books
  489. Memoirs versus Written History
  490. Migration Patterns Reflected by Township Government
  491. Genetic Genealogy and Family Tree Research, Part 2
  492. The Pineapple as a Symbol of Colonial Prosperity
  493. Back To School: What Type of Information Can You Expect to Find in School Records - Part 1
  494. Genetic Genealogy & Family Tree Research, Part 1
  495. Looking "Into" Rather Than "At" Census Returns
  496. Preserving Your Paper Trail
  497. New Orleans Immigrant Origins
  498. Delayed Birth Certificates
  499. Gold in Land Records
  500. Mapping the World and Its Data
  501. Mustering Up the Courage to Delve into Military Rosters
  502. Early Colonial Life
  503. Is It Time To Publish My Family Tree?
  504. New Orleans Occupations, Part II
  505. Blogs for the Genealogist
  506. Using DNA to Find Your Surname
  507. Students in the Graveyard
  508. Irish Case Study: Putting the Pieces Together
  509. Benefits of Lineage Societies
  510. United States Veteran Burial Places
  511. The Long And Winding Road
  512. New Orleans Revisited: Early Occupations
  513. Irish Case Study: Irish Records
  514. The First Eight Counties of the Colonies
  515. Independence Was Not Free
  516. Summer Reads
  517. Searching For A Needle In An Ancestral Haystack
  518. Celebrate Juneteenth
  519. Irish Case Study: U.S. Resources
  520. Using Google in Your Genealogy, Part 2
  521. Our American Flag: Truth and Fiction
  522. Summer Reading for the Genealogist
  523. Black Cherokee
  524. Using Google in your Genealogy, Part 1
  525. Illinois Mennonite Heritage Center - Research & More!
  526. Folklore as an Overlooked Resource in Genealogy
  527. Newspapers Can Be A Treasure Trove Of Genealogical Details
  528. A History of Memorial Day
  529. Medicine in Rural Appalachia
  530. Play Ball
  531. Century-Old Tombstone Found on Houseboat
  532. The Law and Genealogy
  533. Genealogy on a Budget
  534. Mother's Day: More than a Commercial Holiday
  535. United States Vital Records Online
  536. Genealogy Wiki's
  537. Snail Mail Revisited
  538. Accessing Census Records (Part 3 of 3)
  539. Digitizing in the Library World, Part Two
  540. Google Books: A Source for Ancestral Handwriting
  541. Using Coroner's Records
  542. Coles Station: The Ever-Changing Place Name
  543. Meals through the Ages
  544. Canadians Fought in Vietnam, Too
  545. Revisiting the Research Library
  546. And the Walls Came Tumbling Down – Thank You, Google
  547. Researching Newspapers
  548. Recovered Article (Genealogical Books in Print and Online)
  549. The Census -- Key To Unlocking Genealogical Mysteries, Part 2
  550. War After the Civil War
  551. The Worth of Genealogy Societies
  552. Digitizing in the Library World, Part One
  553. The Census -- Key To Unlocking Genealogical Mysteries
  554. Shocking Genealogy Sources
  555. Treasure for Genealogists
  556. Tax Records Online
  557. Web Sites for Genealogical Research
  558. Great-Great-Grandpa's Alma Mater
  559. Cemetery Research 101
  560. Genealogical Publishing Company Partners With, Inc.
  561. Learning About Women - The Invisible Ancestors
  562. Placing Ancestors Into History Through Fraternal Organizations
  563. Schools Records Can Reveal A Lot About Ancestors
  564. Searching Women’s Manuscript Collections
  565. Refocus Your Efforts for Success
  566. Elizabeth Powell Crowe's Genealogy Online fully revised and updated for 2008
  567. Your Ancestor the Inventor
  568. The Southern Claims Commission
  569. Newsgroups and Genealogy Research
  570. Places in Canada
  571. Genealogy Fundamentals
  572. History & Genealogy - Through Music
  573. Searching for Burial Records Takes Time
  574. The Missionary Bands
  575. Alex Haley's Roots Began A Surge In Everyday Genealogy
  576. Tackling Your Brick Walls Head-On
  577. Researching Civil War Volunteer Infantrymen from Havana, Illinois
  578. Researching the Circus in Your Family Tree
  579. The European Roots of Groundhog Day
  580. And he knew Daniel Boone…
  581. Our Ancestors Paid Taxes
  582. Pioneer Migration Routes
  583. Babes in the Mines
  584. African American Resources
  585. What will happen to my research?
  586. Tracing Quaker Ancestors
  587. Migrations From Vechta, Germany to Teutopolis, Illinois
  588. Early County Boundaries Can Cause Headaches For Genealogists
  589. Genealogy Busy Work
  590. When To Hire A Professional Genealogist
  591. A Grave Excursion
  592. The Legend of Virginia Dare
  593. Gold Between the Census Returns
  594. The Ancestor's Christmas
  595. Writing Your Life Stories
  596. Tips on Researcher's Block
  597. Genealogy Education
  598. Researching Your Quaker Ancestors
  599. Photographs, The importance of Sharing
  600. Memento mori: Funeral Photography
  601. Nauvoo Retains Its Place in History
  602. Finding Aids: Encyclopedias
  603. 150 Old Business Cards Added
  604. National Orphan Train Complex Opens
  605. Orphan Trains: The Illinois Apprenticeship Agent
  606. Medical Family History
  607. The First Family of New England
  608. Tips For A Successful Oral History Interview (Part 2 of 2)
  609. Identifying Irish Place of Origin
  610. Asylums, State Hospitals, and Private Institutions
  611. Finding Rare Genealogical and Historical Books
  612. Faith as Archivist
  613. Disease and War, 1918-1919
  614. Emigrant Aid Societies
  615. Mohawk Dutch
  616. Oral Histories Can Be The Key To Unlocking The Past (Part 1 of 2)
  617. Researching your Seventh-day Adventist Ancestors
  618. Mortality Schedules Are Often Overlooked
  619. Searching All Marriages in a Family
  620. Meet Me at the Courthouse
  621. From Apples to Oranges: Portrait and Biographical Albums
  622. UK Burials: The Value of Persistence
  623. Researching Libraries from Home
  624. They Came and They Went: Extinct Counties of Virginia
  625. Mexico Family Genealogy Research - Know the Mexican States
  626. Family Bibles Are Worth the Wait
  627. Maps and Genealogy
  628. Efficient and Effective Research Tips
  629. Searching for Catholic Marriages in New York City, Part Two
  630. Utilizing Genealogy Societies
  631. Stocking Your Own Genealogical Library
  632. Heraldry and Coat of Arms
  633. Searching for Catholic Marriages in New York City, Part One
  634. Genealogy Going Digital
  635. Reading the Blogs
  636. Forgotten Records: Tapping the Power of Civil War Income Tax Records
  637. Who Were the Scotch-Irish?
  638. 20 or 40: How many acres do you work?
  639. Where Did They Go?
  640. Inspired and Encouraged by Our Ancestors
  641. Using State Libraries and Archives
  642. Message Boards: Finding Potential Treasure
  643. Mankind Manipulates Time For Its Own Benefit: The Gregorian Calendar (Part 2 of 2)
  644. The National Genealogical Society
  645. The Wilderness Road
  646. Genealogy on the Road
  647. Which way is North?
  648. The Changing and Challenging World of Genealogy
  649. The First Germans at Jamestown
  650. Digital Scrapbooking
  651. The Value of the Newspaper: A Unique Window on the Past
  652. Looking Beyond 'Your' Spelling
  653. June is for Reunions
  654. Origins of Your Immigrant Ancestor
  655. Take Me Out to the Ball Game: Researching Baseball Players
  656. Mankind Manipulates Time For Its Own Benefit: The Julian Calendar (Part 1 of 2)
  657. Researching your Family History at the Museum
  658. What is the D.A.R?
  659. Memorial Day
  660. An Inventor in the Family: Google Patents as a Genealogical Tool
  661. Seeking Out Biographical Sources
  662. Illegitimate Children, a Search for British Parentage
  663. Social Customs of our Ancestors Birthdays
  664. Ancestral Remembrances
  665. 23 Old Business Cards Added
  666. The Works Progress Administration (WPA) and Genealogy
  667. Survey a Cemetery — Preserve Our Past
  668. 62 Old Business Cards Added
  669. Genealogy In The Park
  670. Social Security Death Index (SSDI) Overview
  671. Listen to Paul Allen on Family Roots Radio
  672. Genealogical Research on a Shoestring Budget
  673. Organizing as you Research
  674. Listen to Christine Rose on Family Roots Radio
  675. Lessons Learned from the Cemetery
  676. Listen to Tom Kemp on Family Roots Radio
  677. Why Research Doesn't Work
  678. 212 Old Business Cards Added
  679. Early Marriage Customs
  680. Gretna Greens and Your Ancestor's Missing Marriage Records
  681. Genetic Health Problem Found in Famous Feud Family
  682. Listen to Martha McCartney on Family Roots Radio
  683. Crossing The Water To Find Ancestors: Some Precautions To Take Before Departure
  684. Summary on Genealogy Publications
  685. Listen to Megan Smolenyak on Family Roots Radio
  686. Genealogy of the Virginias
  687. You Know They Were Married, but . . .
  688. Listen to Dick Eastman on Family Roots Radio
  689. Appalachia: Culture of the First Western Frontier
  690. Using PERSI
  691. Listen to Leland Meitzler on Family Roots Radio
  692. Civil War POW Records
  693. The Luck of the Irish Research
  694. The Kansas State Census
  695. Listen to Myra Gormley on Family Roots Radio
  696. Crossing The Water To Find Ancestors: Making The Link To A Foreign Home
  697. Researching Women Ancestors During the American Civil War
  698. Celebrating Women's History Month
  699. State and County Lines May Lead You to Your Ancestors
  700. Listen to Karen Clifford on Family Roots Radio
  701. Genealogy Fiction
  702. GPS and Genealogy
  703. Listen to Craig Scott on Family Roots Radio
  704. Brick Wall Ancestors: How to Uncover the Past
  705. Salvation Army Records
  706. Listen to Kathy Hinckley on Family Roots Radio
  707. Land and Property Search Jargon: How to Know What They're Talking About
  708. Southern Claims Commission Records
  709. Listen to Matt Helm on Family Roots Radio
  710. Tracing a Home Town Local History
  711. Valentines, Cupids and Marriage Records
  712. A Valuable Hidden Resource: Cancelled Check from 1957
  713. Love and Marriage
  714. Listen to John Philip Colletta on Family Roots Radio
  715. Don't Forget the Local News
  716. Finding My Grandmother Before I Become a Grandmother
  717. The National Archives
  718. When Salt was Worth More than Gold
  719. Crossing The Water To Find Ancestors: Beginning The Process
  720. Using Postcards to Illustrate your Family History
  721. Don't Forget Local Histories
  722. The Genealogical Society of Utah
  723. 169 Old Business Cards Added
  724. DNA Surprises
  725. From Prose to Form: Making Your Family History Come Alive
  726. Confederates in Brazil
  727. V for Victory and V-mail
  728. Brooklyn Genealogy
  729. Genealogical Resolutions and Goals for 2007
  730. Genealogical Research in San Bernardino County, California
  731. The New Face of Family History
  732. The National Road An Enduring American Icon
  733. Sharpening your Genealogical Saw
  734. Watching For Pitfalls When Using Local Histories In Genealogical Research
  735. Second Great Exodus
  736. Christmas Traditions: Past and Present
  737. Managing a Large Genealogical Project
  738. Illuminating the Darkness
  739. Anticipating the 1940 United States Census
  740. New Brunswick Newspaper Vital Statistics
  741. Uncatalogued Correspondence and Notes Can Yield Great Clues for Research
  742. Church Records
  743. The Headright Land System of Virginia
  744. A New Way to Use Old Snapshots
  745. History of the Pennsylvania Dutch
  746. That Quilt in the Corner: Researching Ancestors Through Museum Collections
  747. Good Letters Will Get Good Information
  748. Hungarian Revolution of 1956
  749. The Library Of Congress Genealogical Resources
  750. What are Huguenots?
  751. Legal Terms Provide Clues
  752. Ancestral Memoirs
  753. The Granite Mountain Records Vault
  754. Steps in Identifying Old Photographs
  755. 52 Old Business Cards Added
  756. The Handwriting is on the Document
  757. History of Land Records in the United States
  758. Using Family Search: Searching Through The Family History Center
  759. 350 Old Business Cards Added
  760. Using Family Search: Searching for Ancestors Online
  761. Finding a Direct Descendant of a Common Ancestor!
  762. Tracing the Grapes of Wrath Refugees
  763. 123 Old Business Cards Added
  764. Finding That Long-Lost Revolutionary War Soldier
  765. Grand Army of the Republic
  766. The Forgotten State of the United States
  767. Getting Back to Basics
  768. Looking for Social History
  769. 8 Marriage Announcements Added (1892-1968)
  770. Cemeteries - Facts and Inspiration
  771. The Life of the Coal Miner
  772. What Is a Melungeon?
  773. Tis the Season: Cemetery Tours
  774. 5 Marriage Announcements Added (1909-1949)
  775. A Month for Genealogists
  776. Celebrating Columbus Day by Researching your Italian Ancestors
  777. 11 Marriage Announcements Added (1921-1964)
  778. Directories: An Unappreciated Source
  779. Native American Information in Other Countries
  780. Internet: Curse or Charm?
  781. Tried & True: Basic Resources Unite Living Family
  782. What's in a Name?
  783. Researching the Mormon Battalion
  784. Losing Ancestors, Part 2
  785. Southeastern Native American Ancestry Before Removal
  786. Finding An Ancestor’s Religion
  787. California Dreamin': Resources for your California Ancestors
  788. English Parish Records
  789. Branching Out: Researching Indirect Family Lines
  790. Researching the World with WorldCat
  791. Losing Ancestors, Part 1
  792. Bits and Pieces Create a Larger Family Picture
  793. Collateral Ancestors: Researching siblings, in-laws, and other family members
  794. Irish Historic Map Archive Available Online
  795. Must-Have Genealogy Books
  796. Native American Genealogy Tips
  797. The Skeleton in the Closet
  798. Courageous Surfmen - Heroes Of The Surf
  799. Organization Is Key to Good Research
  800. Handwriting in English Documents
  801. The Great War
  802. More Ideas for Leaving A Legacy
  803. Canada and the Underground Railroad
  804. Using Diaries and Journals for Social History
  805. Maps Are More Than Paper
  806. Researching the Hidden Treasures of County Histories
  807. Saving Your Genealogy
  808. Hearth Tax and Window Tax in England & Wales
  809. Farming the Census: Clues to Your Ancestors’ Lifestyle
  810. Charging Through the Proverbial Brick Wall
  811. Headright System
  812. Yellow Fever
  813. Visiting Cemeteries Even When There's No Funeral!
  814. Passenger Lists Back to the Home Country
  815. Historical Resume: Organizing Your Research
  816. Sacrifice and Challenge: Life in a Coal Mining Camp
  817. Planning Details For A Family Reunion
  818. Exploring the Black Sheep in Your Family
  819. Military Records Provide Surprising Information
  820. University Archives in the UK
  821. Alternative Repositories for Genealogical Research
  822. Joshua’s Story
  823. Black Gold: Finding Coal Mining Records in Your Ancestor Hunt
  824. Researching Masonic Records
  825. Keeping Grandmother’s Stories Alive For the Future
  826. A Genealogical Paradigm
  827. The Pinkerton Agency Files
  828. Going To The Grave - Part II - Seeking Records
  829. Charles Booth's Poverty Mapping
  830. Japanese Ancestors
  831. Clues May Be Found In Marriage Certificates
  832. Ukranian-Canadians Happy with Recognition Act
  833. Secure your Family History against Natural Disasters
  834. Using School Records and Archives in Britain
  835. Gather 'Round ... it's Podcast Time
  836. Genealogy and Blogs
  837. The Importance of Viewing Original Records
  838. Gold Star Mothers
  839. 2006 NGS Conference in the States
  840. Anglican Clergymen
  841. Going To The Grave - Part I - Finding Cemeteries
  842. Researching your Ancestor in Masonic Records
  843. Genealogy Blogs
  844. Agreement-in-Principal with Chinese Canadians
  845. Guiding You Through Missouri: A Brief Introduction to Research in the
  846. The Confederate Veteran Magazine
  847. Keep the Circle of Family History Circling
  848. Giving It the Old College Try: Finding Your Ancestors in Yearbooks
  849. Little Known Facts in Pension Applications
  850. Was Great-Great-Grandfather a Pioneer?
  851. Family History in Probate
  852. The Origins of Mother's Day
  853. Ordering English & Welch Civil Registration Records Online
  854. 37th Annual Genealogy Jamboree and Resource Expo
  855. Who Let the Dog Out: The Dog Tax
  856. Irregular and Clandestine Marriages, Part 2
  857. A Diary for your Descendants
  858. Genealogy and Food: Food and the Social History of your Ancestors
  859. Working with Swedish Probates
  860. What About Social Security?
  861. Tracing Confederate Relatives
  862. Researching Chinese Immigrant Ancestors
  863. Irregular and Clandestine Marriages, Part 1
  864. New Publication from the California Genealogical Society
  865. Another Look at the 1890 Census
  866. English Genealogical Research in the Major London Repositories
  867. Imagine the Images
  868. Time to Remember
  869. Indiana Records: Finding Your Hoosier Ancestors
  870. New Canadian Genealogy Column a Success
  871. Canada and Australia Will Have Questions Not in Previous Census
  872. Images of Black History
  873. London Burials and Deaths in the 1800's
  874. Let National Geographic Enrich your Family History
  875. Working Their Way Over
  876. Linking Up Your Lineage
  877. The Great Genealogical Research Trip
  878. The Digitized Records of the Dutch
  879. Genealogy Geocaching: Exploring Your Roots
  880. The City of London and The City of Westminster
  881. Why Do I Do This?
  882. Forgotten Cemeteries: Investigating Record Sources for the Mentally Ill
  883. The Titanic
  884. The 1906 San Francisco Earthquake
  885. Spring Cleaning Helps Genealogists
  886. Double Checking Your Files: You Never Know What Vital Details You May Have Overlooked the First Time Around
  887. The 1918 Flu Pandemic
  888. Whatever Happened to Great-Grandfather's Land in Virgina?
  889. The Old Bailey Proceedings
  890. Church Records As History
  891. Teaching Kids Genealogy
  892. Danish Records in the Midwest
  893. English Dating Practices
  894. The History of Women: Researching the Lives of Your Female Ancestors
  895. Make Your Family History Center Visit Productive
  896. World War II Enlistment Records
  897. Finding Treasures in County Histories
  898. Cornish Records Provide Clues to Your Family
  899. Fresh Ideas for Family History, Part 3
  900. How To Write A Family History: Preparing Your Manuscript for Printing
  901. Fresh Ideas for Family History, Part 2
  902. English Wills After 1858
  903. Black History Month: Tracing your African-American Ancestors
  904. Is There A War Bride Or War Groom In Your Canadian Family?
  905. My Funny Valentine: A Genealogy of Valentine's Day
  906. Fortunate to be Finnish
  907. British Wills: Southern England and Wales
  908. Most Comprehensive Collection of Canadian Family Research Records Online
  909. Taking a Genealogy Break
  910. Fresh Ideas for Family History, Part 1
  911. Researching Your Cornish Roots
  912. How To Write A Family History: Begin with Yourself
  913. Civil Registration in Sweden
  914. Preserving the Present
  915. Bringing Your Civil War Ancestor to Life
  916. Voting Records
  917. Norway's Vast Historical Resources
  918. Transportation of Convicts
  919. Genealogical Resolutions
  920. Documenting Genealogical Research
  921. Moravian Ancestors: Researching people who belonged to the Moravian Church
  922. Patronymics and Your Welsh Research
  923. Genealogical Education
  924. Best Top Ten Canadian Websites
  925. Norwegian Sources on the Net
  926. Of Death, Pictures and Remembrance: What a Kodak Commercial Says To Us All.
  927. The Ancestor List Exchange: German Research before Message Boards
  928. Probing for Probate
  929. A Freeman of the City of London
  930. Adoption Information Disclosure Act, 2005
  931. Family Histories and Compiled Genealogies: Researcher - Proceed With Caution!
  932. Ethnic Newspapers
  933. Lotteries Leave Clues - Part 4
  934. The Year of the Veteran
  935. Periodical Search: How to Find the Reference and the Publication
  936. Of Thanksgiving Origins and Your Family's Health
  937. Ortssippenbucher: German Village Lineage Books
  938. Passenger Arrival Lists Can Help Find Information About Ancestors
  939. The Society of Genealogists: London
  940. Internet Helps for International Research
  941. Researching the Neighbors: Expanding Your Research
  942. Lotteries Leave Clues - Part 3
  943. Chipping Away At Grandpa's Tombstone
  944. Finding The Family History
  945. When do you use DNA?
  946. Georgia’s Salzburger Immigrants
  947. Cemetery Research: A Look at Tombstone Symbols
  948. Researching Your Ancestors in the Poor Farm
  949. Lotteries Leave Clues - Part 2
  950. Tips and Tricks for Finding Government Records Online
  951. Going to the Poor Farm
  952. German Church Records Part 2: Tips for Navigating Parish Registers
  953. Baseball and Genealogy: Linking Generations Together
  954. Asking for Help and Getting It
  955. Lotteries Leave Clues - Part 1
  956. Adventures in Problem Solving: The Salt Lake Institute of Genealogy
  957. Online Research Repositories for Sweden
  958. Understanding Your 19th Century Ancestor’s Life
  959. How to Tap the Power of the World's Most Important Genealogy Libraries Without Leaving Home
  960. Using A Questionnaire To Obtain Family Information
  961. Marriage Bonds in Upper and Lower Canada
  962. Kirchenbucher - Genealogical Enlightenment using German Church Books
  963. Leaving a Legacy: Donating to the Family History Library
  964. Overcoming Brick Walls
  965. It Takes A Village: Sharing Documentation with the African American Community
  966. Look At the Larger Picture
  967. When Were They Born? Determining the Date When the Sources Don't Agree
  968. Phillips Library Offers A Wealth Of Genealogical Material
  969. Pennsylvania German Fraktur Records: Records of Birth and Symbols of Culture
  970. Genealogy Research Trips: Advantages of Going to the Sources
  971. The March of the Genealogists
  972. Welsh Migration in Colonial America
  973. Giving Up or Starting Over
  974. Land Records Last
  975. Beyond the Microfilm: Denmark’s Archives, Libraries, and Historical Societies
  976. You Know It's Time to Double Check Your Sources When . . .
  977. Protecting Your Records From Catastrphoic Events
  978. Family Stories, Lore, and Legends: Trying to Sort Out the Facts
  979. Denmark’s Military Levying Rolls
  980. County Histories and Biographical Records: Potential Goldmines of Information
  981. Mapping Your Past
  982. Big City Research on the Mid-Atlantic Coast
  983. Divorce American Style
  984. Native American Ancestry?
  985. Probing Scandinavian Probate Records: Understanding Denmark’s Rural Jurisdictions
  986. Immigration: Ellis Island 1892-1955
  987. Census of Canada, 1911
  988. Put Your Shoulder to the Wheel: Finding your LDS Ancestor
  989. Relationships May Change Over Time
  990. The Road to Richmond: Virginia's Independent Cities
  991. Pension Records Of Great Value To Genealogists
  992. Family History Hour begins new broadcast method
  993. Time-Saving Research Strategies
  994. Finding the Treasure in Having a Humble Scandinavian Family
  995. Reunions: Beyond Aunt Pat's Rhubarb Pie and Aunt Edna's Wet Kisses
  996. Immigration: Castle Garden 1855-1890
  997. Genealogy Shout-About
  998. Putting the Pieces Together
  999. A Good Detective Considers the Source
  1000. Finding the County and Regiment of your Civil War Ancestor
  1001. The Research Log: An Organizing First Step
  1002. Collecting Cousins--Turning Over Rocks with a Well-Placed Query
  1003. Vital Solutions
  1004. Probing Scandinavian Probates: Norway
  1005. The Federal Census Online
  1006. Scraping Every Brick in the Brick Wall
  1007. Virginia Records: Deciphering Indian versus African Heritage
  1008. Surrogate Cousins--Hiring a Researcher
  1009. Marry, Marry, Quite Elusive
  1010. Finding And Using Church Records
  1011. Nosing Through Newspapers.
  1012. Forensic Genealogy: Seeing With New Eyes
  1013. The Norwegian Bygdabok
  1014. Dot to Dot Research
  1015. GNIS Spells Help with Place Names
  1016. The OED and Your Family Tree
  1017. Keeping It All Together: Staying Organized
  1018. Deciphering Scandinavian Gothic Script
  1019. Under the Midnight Sun
  1020. United States Census Records: Caveats, Part 4, Relationships
  1021. Grandpa's Ranch
  1022. Looking in to Look-Ups: Long-Distance Research Made Easier
  1023. United States Census Records: Caveats, Part 3, Dead or Alive?
  1024. Riddle Me This! What Did You Find, When You Didn't Find Anything?
  1025. Tracing Native American Roots (Part 2)
  1026. Memories and Tributes
  1027. United States Census Records: Caveats, Part 2, State of Birth
  1028. In Search of a Half-Dugout
  1029. Which Jens Hansen is Mine: Overcoming the Scandinavian Naming Nightmare
  1030. Dad, where are you?
  1031. Bist du bilingual?: Hints for Reading and Understanding German
  1032. Getting the Most Out of a Genealogy Field Trip
  1033. Remembering Those Who Did Their Duty
  1034. Hey, Persi! Bring Me Some Names!
  1035. Research in a Time Machine
  1036. Run, Don't Walk To Your Nearest Historical Fair
  1037. Newspaper Research: Part 3, Reviewing Microfilm
  1038. Making Sense of the Danish Census
  1039. Tracing Native American Roots (Part 1 of 2)
  1040. Military History Research Centre opens in Ottawa
  1041. Bridging the Gap Between 1850 and the Colonial Period
  1042. Newspaper Research: Part 2, Which One and Where?
  1043. Understanding 'Delayed' Birth Certificates
  1044. My Brick Wall: Searching for the Roots of Thomas Perkins
  1045. Using DAR Resources
  1046. Passports: Not Just in the Twentieth Century
  1047. Newspaper Research: Part 1, An Overview
  1048. The Scandinavian Emigration Experience
  1049. Absent-minded, Busy, or Both: The Joy of Writing Research Reports
  1050. Diggin' Up Bones
  1051. Military Records: Loyalist Lands
  1052. Introduction to the US Federal Census
  1053. Successful Research Trips Part 4: When You Come Home
  1054. Using U.S. Sources to Trace Your Scandinavian Roots
  1055. Family History CD's and the Software That Makes Them
  1056. Is Johnny a Jr.? Using Probate and Land Records to Prove Parent/Child Relationships
  1057. Successful Research Trips Part 3: When You Go
  1058. Computer Search Into the Social Security Death Index
  1059. Successful Research Trips Part 2: What to Bring
  1060. Good Researcher Gone Bad
  1061. Delving into Deutsche Displays
  1062. Patronymics: Help Not Hindrance
  1063. 19th-Century American Genealogy
  1064. Successful Research Trips Part I: Planning Ahead
  1065. Second in Line: Vital Records in New Jersey
  1066. Military Records: Bounty Lands, Part 3
  1067. Understanding Old Medical Terms
  1068. Prince Charles and Camilla are Ninth Cousins
  1069. Birth Certificates
  1070. Immigrant Ancestors in Missouri
  1071. Free Family History Research Outlines
  1072. Missouri - Show Me My Ancestors
  1073. How Healthy Is Your Family Tree?
  1074. Military Records: Bounty Lands, Part 2
  1075. A Lesson in Early American Geography
  1076. A Break in Probate
  1077. Smart and Effective Web Searching
  1078. Finding Newspaper Records
  1079. Kentucky County Tax Schedules
  1080. The 'New' Social History and its Connections to Genealogy
  1081. The Immigrant Fascination, Part Six: Success in Spite of Record Loss
  1082. Finding Female Ancestors
  1083. Vital Records in Scandinavia
  1084. Texas: Land of Many Nationalities
  1085. The Immigrant Fascination, Part Five: Citizenship
  1086. Support Your Local Reunion
  1087. Military Records: Bounty Lands, Part 1
  1088. Once Upon an Orphanage
  1089. Oh! To Find Your Antecedents in Kintyre, Scotland!
  1090. The Immigrant Fascination, Part Four: Arrival
  1091. How much is that book there in the window?
  1092. Estimating Marriage and Birth Dates
  1093. Military Records: Focus on Union Forces in the Civil War
  1094. The Immigrant Fascination, Part Three: Oceanic Passage
  1095. Researching Mental Records
  1096. Genealogy Can Be Fun! 24 Ideas to Share Your Research with Your Family
  1097. Databases for Everywhere
  1098. Military Records: Focus on Confederate Forces in the Civil War
  1099. Doing the Directory Dance
  1100. Technology Helps African-Americans Discover Their Roots
  1101. The 3-D Schedule (it's not a list of cheesy movies!)
  1102. Bringing Your Family History to Life
  1103. Picture This!
  1104. The Immigrant Fascination, Part Two: Departure
  1105. Today's Technology and Genealogy in Summary
  1106. The Immigrant Fascination, Part One: The Experience
  1107. An Overview of the International Genealogical Index
  1108. Genealogica Hispanica de Tejas: Celebrating 25 Years
  1109. Working With Digital Images of Old Family Photos (Part 2)
  1110. African-American Marriage Records
  1111. Locally Installed Software
  1112. Marriage Documents Pt. 2 - Church Records
  1113. Scanning Old Photographs (Part 1)
  1114. How to Ask Informed Questions
  1115. Conquerors of Britain: Celtic, Anglo-Saxon, and Viking Ancestry
  1116. Marriage of History and Native American Genealogy , Part II
  1117. Rejected, Persecuted and Expulsed: Huguenot Ancestry
  1118. E 179: Code to Your English Medieval Past
  1119. City Directories: An Important Source for Research
  1120. Marriage of History and Native American Genealogy - Part I
  1121. Hidden Treasures of the Early U.S. Census
  1122. Ancestry World Trees vs.
  1123. Searching for Marriage Certificates
  1124. Searching the National Archives for Native American Records
  1125. Works Progress Administration - Part 2
  1126. Faking Genius: Simplified European Correspondence
  1127. Looking for John Smith - Focusing a Query
  1128. The Origins of Jewish Surnames
  1129. How to Talk to Family: Interviews and Oral Histories
  1130. Military Records: 1900s including WWI and WWII
  1131. Revolutionary Findings in Military Records
  1132. Works Projects Administration (WPA) - Part 1
  1133. One World Tree Product Review
  1134. Genealogy Today and Tomorrow
  1135. Top Ten Events in Canadian Genealogy
  1136. Military Records for the Beginning Searcher
  1137. Keeping the Memories Alive - An Oral Tradition
  1138. Primary Source Records - Which One, and When?
  1139. Forced Emigration: Historic Remedy for British Criminal Activity
  1140. Tips for Using Italian Civil Vital Records
  1141. How to Purchase Microfilm Publications from NARA
  1142. Topics in NARA's Archival Databases
  1143. Quebéc Demographic Study Approaches Perfection
  1144. Scrapbooks Help Organize Family Photos and Stories
  1145. OneGreatFamily Product Review
  1146. 13 Steps to Preserve Your Family History
  1147. A Surprising Story
  1148. Central Database of Shoah Victims‚ Names
  1149. Military Records: Spanish American War 1898-1901
  1150. Memory is the Best Defense: The SwissMemory® USB Pocket Knife
  1151. Try a New Tradition
  1152. The Right Stuff
  1153. Canada Remembers
  1154. Beyond basics: Digging deep for Canadian references
  1155. A Thanksgiving Heritage
  1156. Achieving Fluency in Reading Archaic English Documents
  1157. When It Comes to Keeping Family Connected, Women Take the Lead
  1158. Utilizing DNA in Family History Research
  1159. Back to the Basics: Home Sources
  1160. Genealogy Among the Living
  1161. Collar Those Collaterals!
  1162. Are Your Queries Getting Results?
  1163. Impact of US Governmental Reconciliation with Native Americans on Genealogy
  1164. Virtual Jamestown Web Site Helps Genealogists Trace Colonial Immigrant Origins
  1165. How Todays Technology Affects Genealogical Research
  1166. Common Roadblocks to Native American Genealogy
  1167. A Butcher, a Baker, a Candlestick Maker?
  1168. Make Documentation Work for You
  1169. IGI Batch Number Searches
  1170. Military Records: The Civil War, 1861-1865
  1171. Researching in Overseas Archives
  1172. 'Excuse me Sir, where might I find your green grocers?' British Online Trade Directories
  1173. Finding Elusive Ancestors in Online Census Indexes
  1174. Handing Down Family Heritage -- One Stitch at a Time
  1175. Family Traditions: For Your Wedding and for Your New Life Together
  1176. Using Technology to Keep Families Connected
  1177. Life After Death: Tips for Searching Obituaries
  1178. Famous Early Immigrants: The Pilgrims
  1179. Norwegian Research Online
  1180. Halloween Memories
  1181. Researching State Census: Important Supplement to the Federal Census
  1182. So Your Family name is Smith? Or is it Smyth, Smythe, Smithy . . .
  1183. I Do -- Marriage Record Research
  1184. Expecting
  1185. Newsworthy
  1186. Finding Your Mother's Roots in Maiden Names
  1187. Tracing Chicano Roots: Coming Over The Border From Mexico
  1188. Genealogist's Essential Reference Books
  1189. Surnames: Where They Came From and What They Mean
  1190. The Universality of Latin American Research
  1191. A KISS Approach to Family Records
  1192. Tips and Pointers In Deciphering Old Documents
  1193. Bookin' It To the Library
  1194. Ydych Chi'n Deall Cymraeg?
  1195. Ultimate Land Grants and Muster Rolls in Ulster
  1196. United States Census Records: Part 1, Overview for Beginners
  1197. Canadians ''Out West''
  1198. What's in a Tax List? Part III: Tracking German Surname Anglicizations
  1199. Land Grants and Bounty Lands
  1200. Hot Sausage and Mustard or Gruel?
  1201. Military Records: Post-Revolutionary Wars, 1812-1858
  1202. publishing World War I Unit and Divisional Histories
  1203. Our Roots Project Brings Canadian History to its Grassroots
  1204. Basics of Research: Review of the 8 Research Steps
  1205. What's in a Tax List? Part II: Annual Censuses and Ancestral Migrations
  1206. Genealogy of Your House
  1207. Getting The Most From Libraries (Part 2)
  1208. Vitally Vital Death Records
  1209. Funeral Home Records
  1210. Samantha
  1211. The Price of Process
  1212. 10 Fun Activities for Your Family Reunion
  1213. Canadian Scholarship Money Promotes Genealogy Study
  1214. Maritimers in the ''Boston States''
  1215. Some Common Nicknames and Onomastic Abbreviations in the South
  1216. Interviewing Tips for Family History
  1217. A Note of Caution - Fictitious Pedigrees May Be Inherited!
  1218. What's in a Tax List? Part I: Father-to-Son Relationships
  1219. Who's Who in the 16th and 17th Centuries: English Heraldic Visitations
  1220. Probate Records: Tips and Pitfalls
  1221. Tax Records: Colonial Period, 1600 to 1775
  1222. Basics of Research: Step 8 - Evaluate and Decide
  1223. Tips on Searching for Ancestors on the Internet
  1224. Caveats and Idiosyncrasies in the U.S. Federal Census
  1225. Basics of Research: Step 7 - Publish or All Your Research May Perish
  1226. The Literal Descendants of Aharon
  1227. Realistic Expectations: Tracing Irish Ancestry
  1228. Basics of Research: Step 6 - Genealogy Detecting
  1229. Another Look at Obituaries
  1230. It's All Relative - The Guild of One-Name Studies
  1231. Tips for Successful Research
  1232. Simply Put
  1233. 'Stepmom:' A Family's Picture
  1234. Finding Documentation at a Cemetery
  1235. Canadians in the New England States
  1236. Getting The Most From Libraries (Part 1)
  1237. The Art of Posting Queries
  1238. Military Records: American Revolution
  1239. Sprechen Sie Deutsch?
  1240. Basics of Research: Step 5 - How Many Marys Did David Merry Marry?
  1241. Wales: A Nation With Its Own Traditions
  1242. Basics of Research: Step 4 - Survey Sets Up Research
  1243. Special Census Schedules, Part II: Agriculture, Manufacturers, Veterans and Slave Schedules
  1244. Don't Forget to Use Search Engines: Some Tips
  1245. Special Census Schedules, Part I: Mortality Schedules
  1246. Southwestern England Marriage Indexes
  1247. Basics of Research: Step 3 - Family Records Are The Best!
  1248. Making A Computerized Genealogy Product For Family Distribution
  1249. 'Vault Film 2,945,348 Please.'
  1250. The Basics of British Church Records
  1251. Immigrant Passenger Records
  1252. Basics of Research: Step 2 - Documentation Saves Pedigrees
  1253. Italian-Canadian Heritage
  1254. Basics of Research: Step 1 - Genealogy Can Be a Cheap Hobby
  1255. Using City Directories to Find Other Genealogical Records
  1256. Getting your Irish Ancestor across the Ocean
  1257. DNA Research and Your Family's History
  1258. Using a Chronology to Organize Your Research
  1259. Keeping Pace with Eastern European Genealogical Research Developments
  1260. From Census Pitfall to A Quirk of Fortune
  1261. War Before the Civil War
  1262. Were My African-American Ancestors Muslims?
  1263. Northern England Marriage Indexes
  1264. Avoiding Confusion: Data Entry Made Simple
  1265. Tips for Searching Newspapers
  1266. Passports Can Offer Proof of Identification
  1267. Genealogical Value of the Southern Twang
  1268. Italian Allegati: Fast Lane to the Past
  1269. The 1901 British Census Online: Keeping Your Cost Down
  1270. Ideas for Adding Pictures to Scrapbooks or Family Histories
  1271. When, Why and How to Hire a Professional Genealogist
  1272. Searching for Obituaries
  1273. Death Certificates: The First Step Into The Past
  1274. Successful Research Trips
  1275. Scottish Ancestry
  1276. Which Parish? A Potential Problem in Portuguese Research
  1277. France-Canada 1604-2004
  1278. Coming to 'Terms' with Genealogy
  1279. Confirming Genealogical Information Using Catholic Church Confirmation Records
  1280. The Ease of Accessing U. S. Censuses
  1281. It's In The Book
  1282. Researching Common Names
  1283. British Censuses: Advice for Americans
  1284. A Brief Look at the Spanish Civil Archival System
  1285. Education and Genealogy
  1286. Bound Boys
  1287. The Irish in Canada
  1288. Tracing Portuguese Immigration to the United States
  1289. All About U.S. Cemetery Records
  1290. Web site Documents Families of 19th-Century Welsh Mormon Converts
  1291. Should You Trust Everything You Find?
  1292. Rooting and Googling
  1293. Finding Life in Latin American Death Records
  1294. Tips for Using Catholic Parish Registers in Quebec
  1295. Till Death Do Us Part
  1296. Finding Your Jewish Ancestor in Canada
  1297. Using U.S. Records to Determine Place of Origin in Germany
  1298. Five-Star Censuses: Swedish Clerical Surveys
  1299. Genealogical Peripheral Vision
  1300. Victorian Family Trees
  1301. Researching Aboriginal Ancestry
  1302. Proving a Mayflower Member
  1303. Using Catholic Church Records to Trace Your Latin American Ancestors
  1304. Basics of DNA Family History Research
  1305. Finding a Parish in a Large German City
  1306. Successfully Tracing African-American Ancestry
  1307. Finding THE Grave
  1308. Save Time with Research Logs
  1309. Welsh Surnames in America
  1310. A Case for Loose Records
  1311. Researching Through Genealogical Societies (Part 2)
  1312. Free Land! US Westward Migration
  1313. Introduction For Territorial Papers of U.S. Books
  1314. My Discovery of Periodicals in Genealogical Research
  1315. The Hidden Search Capabilities of
  1316. Black Loyalists to Nova Scotia
  1317. Locality Survey is a Must
  1318. The Grand Old Grand Army of the Republic
  1319. Methods I Used To Eventually Find My Revolutionary War Patriot
  1320. The Poor Law Act of 1601 and How It Applies to British Family Research
  1321. Finding the Location of German Records Using the Meyers Orts- und Verkehrs-Lexikon des Deutschen
  1322. Researching Through Genealogical Societies (Part 1)
  1323. Online Norwegian Research
  1324. The Earliest of Early Records
  1325. Using and Preserving Family Photographs
  1326. What Went Wrong?
  1327. Britons Abroad: Using the Prerogative Court of Canterbury Wills Database
  1328. Finding Native Origins Using Records on this Side of the Ocean
  1329. Start With the Living
  1330. All Entries of the Surname
  1331. Using Social History To Fill In The Gaps In Family Histories
  1332. A Short History of Parish Registers in England and Wales
  1333. The Surviving 1890 U.S. Federal Census
  1334. Finding Your Focus
  1335. Insight on Interviewing Elderly Relatives This Season
  1336. Homesteading the Homestead
  1337. Knowing the Port of Entry Can Help Find Ancestral Records
  1338. Brush Up on Your Paleography Skills
  1339. Using U.S. Voter Registration Information to Track 20th-century Ancestors
  1340. Home Children
  1341. The Technological Gadgets of Genealogy
  1342. The Basics of England's Civil Registration
  1343. The Value of U.S. Land Deeds
  1344. Basics of Land Record Research
  1345. Recording Source Details—-A Reminder
  1346. Where There's a Will, There's a Way
  1347. The Forgotten War
  1348. Finding Your French-Canadian Ancestors
  1349. Books, Magazines and CDs
  1350. Making the Most of Family Associations
  1351. Who Said Aunt Tillie Eloped?
  1352. American Loyalists in Canada
  1353. Digging Deeper
  1354. The Mystery of the Missing Days
  1355. Keeping Track and On Track
  1356. The Acadian Diaspora
  1357. Tombstone Rubbings, A Fun Way to Keep Records
  1358. Estate Records and Files
  1359. The Acadians of Atlantic Canada
  1360. Scrapbooks Help to Display a Family's Visual History
  1361. Place Auditor? from Progeny Software
  1362. Civil War Resources
  1363. Analyzing and Interpreting Information
  1364. Road Blocks and Detours
  1365. Tracing Pioneer Families
  1366. Searching with Search Engines
  1367. Faddish First Names
  1368. Canadian Land Records
  1369. Soundex Sorts Out Family Names
  1370. Finding Probate Records
  1371. Canadian Church Records
  1372. Publishing Your Genealogy
  1373. Orphans and Illegitimate Children
  1374. Get the Picture?
  1375. Understanding the 1930 US Census
  1376. Civil Registrations - Part II
  1377. How Our Ancestors Got Here
  1378. Family History Information About Surnames
  1379. Getting Started with Genealogy
  1380. Ancestors in a Sterile Environment
  1381. Hidden Stories in Pictures
  1382. Scotish Records
  1383. Civil Registrations - Part I
  1384. Canadian Cemeteries
  1385. Research Thoughts and Ideas
  1386. Gazetteers Help Find Ancestors
  1387. The Lincoln-Blair Affair
  1388. Canadian Census Records To Research
  1389. Shouting About Ancestors
  1390. Reading Handwriting of the Past
  1391. So Where is My Canadian Ancestor, Eh?
  1392. Filling the Ancestral Void
  1393. Charting a Family's Emotional History
  1394. World War One Ancestors
  1395. The Elusive Maiden Name
  1396. Preparation is the Key to a Successful Genealogy Vacation
  1397. Newspapers in Family History Research
  1398. The Worth of An Ancestor
  1399. Family Reunions: A Great Way to Unite a Newly-Found Family
  1400. Organizing Your Notes After a Genealogy Vacation
  1401. Genealogical Gambling
  1402. United Kingdom Census Returns
  1403. To Organize or Be A Genealogy Slob
  1404. Charlatans and Thieves Steal the Fun from Genealogy
  1405. Hit the Road to the Cemetery
  1406. The Mighty Smiths
  1407. Looking at Our Ancestors
  1408. Get Your Kids Involved in Your Family History
  1409. The Four-Leaf Clover PART TWO
  1410. National Records at the PRO
  1411. Preparing for the 1930 U.S. Census
  1412. The Spacing of Generations
  1413. Top Ten Genealogy Questions
  1414. Parish and Non Conformist Records
  1415. Where Did You Get Those Eyes?
  1416. Brickwall Resolutions
  1417. The Miracle of The Four-Leaf Clover
  1418. Scenes Of The Southwest
  1419. Researching Civil War Veterans
  1420. Researching Ancestors' Occupations
  1421. British Wills and Probate Records
  1422. Researching Marriages
  1423. The Great Migrations
  1424. Filling in the Gaps with Manuscripts
  1425. Men in Search of Whales
  1426. Castle Garden, 1855-1890
  1427. Civil Registration System
  1428. Old Maps, A Source of Ancestral Treasure
  1429. Haunted Jefferson, Texas
  1430. Using the Social Security Death Index
  1431. Research Profiling on Internet
  1432. Coats of Arms -- The Fruits of a Family Tree
  1433. Genealogy's Friendly Fire: How the Best Intentions Can Lead to t
  1434. Researching Czechs in America
  1435. Traditions, Traditions, Traditions
  1436. Walking Where Grandpa Walked
  1437. Attic Archaeology
  1438. Unclaimed Persons
  1439. Mayflower Society Genealogical Library
  1440. Click on the Library
  1441. A Trip to the Goodwill
  1442. Records of the Poor
  1443. History Links the Past to the Present
  1444. Genealogy List Frenzy
  1445. Challenging the Courthouse
  1446. What's in a Name?
  1447. The Unfinished Story - Lifes Tragedy
  1448. A Challenge to Abraham Lincoln's Ancestry
  1449. Collateral Lines
  1450. Internet Research: It too can be a Pitfall
  1451. Coming to America: The Puritans
  1452. The Problem of Dates
  1453. Genealogy Pitfall: Family Tradition
  1454. Coming to America: The Scotch-Irish
  1455. Coming to America: The Quakers
  1456. Copyright Law and Genealogy
  1457. Coming to America: The Cavaliers and Servants
  1458. Helpful Hints for Library Research
  1459. Coats of Arms: An Even Bigger Pitfall
  1460. Ashes to Ashes
  1461. Tarrant County Texas Medical Examiner
  1462. 10,000 Year Calendar
  1463. Off The Shelf
  1464. An Obituary Resource in Fort Worth
  1465. Inlaws' Love Letters
  1466. Missing and Recovered Headstones
  1467. Shadows
  1468. Ellensburg, Washington
  1469. A Message from Judy
  1470. Royal Bloodlines: Often a Bloody Matter
  1471. Questions Unanswered
  1472. More on The Boys
  1473. Red Eagle
  1474. A Family Farewell to Arms
  1475. The Boys From WWII
  1476. Today In Texas
  1477. Glimpsing History through Fiction
  1478. Still Searching?
  1479. Cemetery Transcribed
  1480. Shop 'til You Drop
  1481. Lucy's Diary
  1482. The Whole Truth About Amalia
  1483. Take a Walk on the Wild Side
  1484. The World According to Bardens
  1485. The Mary Gordon Story
  1486. The Commoner
  1487. Motherless
  1488. EgoSurf
  1490. Preparation Before Contact
  1491. Lead Generation - Email to Past Contributor

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