How do I learn more about a Civil War ancestor who was a prisoner of war?
Use these 75 state-focused genealogy websites to find your ancestors and bust down brick walls.
3 steps for citing genealogy sources.
A busy schedule can thwart family tree research, but these 23 tips will help you be smarter about your time.
Check out Family Tree Magazine's Genealogy Conferences and Events Calendar for information about local, regional and national genealogy conferences.
Start your manuscript hunt by using these key online archival portals to check for manuscripts in Canada, Great Britain and the United States.
The Bureau of Land Management’s General Office has digitized more than 5 million land patents and made them searchable. This edition of Document Detective will help you survey the land of patents for your genealogical benefit.
Two of the most popular photo editing and sharing programs out there, Google's Picasa and Microsoft's Windows Live Photo Gallery, are great tools for genealogists to organize digital images.