In this issue, we’ll discuss the 7 Tech Toys that any genealogist would love to get this holiday season, as well as Family Tree Maker 2017 – is it worth the money? We also will be sharing how to search 1,000s of online maps for FREE. Plus much more!
This month we’re exploring the 17 clues that you may be missing in your census research. We’ve also got the 75 Best Websites available to Trace Your Roots, and we can’t wait to share them with you. And if you’re looking for information on how to find your birth family, we’ve got you covered!
Highlights from this issue include:
* Family Tree Maker 2017: Worth the $?
* 1000’s of Free Maps online
* 7 Tech Toys You Want From Santa
By Rick Crume
Find your ancestors in their home states with these 75 best state web-sites for genealogy.
Cracking the Census Code
By Sunny Jane Morton and Cheryl Felix McClellan
Discover important family history clues hidden in the US census. We won’t let you missÑor misinterpretÑyour ancestors’ entries.
By George G. Morgan
Whether your Aussie ancestors were transported as convicts or sought a new start in a new land, fantastic online resources can help you retrace their journey.
By Denise May Levenick
Discover family history clues and fascinating stories hiding in the ephemera of the past.
Finding Your Birth Family With DNA
By Diahan Southard
DNA testing has opened a broad new avenue for adopted people to find their
birth families. Our guide maps out your journey of discovery./p>
* State Research Guides: Florida and Connecticut
* The Toolkit
* Now What? Answers to your genealogy questions
* Genealogy Insider
* DNA Solutions
* Document Detective
* Family Archivist
* History Matters: Mirrors