Family Tree Magazine January/February 2013 Digital Edition

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Now you can download this issue of Family Tree Magazine. It’s in an easy-to-search PDF format that works on almost all computers equipped with the free Acrobat Reader program. The issue is compatible with PCs, Macs and many other computers.For a complete explanation of the process of downloading a digital product from our web site, please read our FAQ.PLEASE NOTE: This is a large file that is best downloaded with a broadband connection, such as DSL or a cable modem.Features:Hitting the BooksBy Rick CrumeHas someone already written a local or family history book relevant to your genealogy? Use Google Books to find out.Road Map to 1940 Census SuccessBy David A. FryxellFind your ancestors in the online 1940 US census using this step-by-step guide.Construct A House HistoryBy Chris StaatsHammer out the history of your own home or an ancestral abode with these six simple DIY steps.Logging On By Lisa A. AlzoDoes your genealogy search feel a bit scattered? Whip it into organized, effi cient shape by using a research log. Our expert shows you how to get started.Dear DiariesBy Denise May LevenickIt’s easy to recreate and share a family heirloom diary, album or series of letters while keeping the original safe and sound.Treasure HuntBy Lisa A. AlzoUnlock genealogy clues all year long. Each week, look for one of these 52 key family history sources that can turn up in the most surprising spots.News MakersBy Denise May LevenickPreserve those old, yellowed newspaper clippings and organize them into your own family news file.On AssignmentBy Lisa Louise CookeReady to channel your inner Diane Sawyer or Larry King? Interview your relatives to capture family history details and stories.Photo InterventionBy Sunny Jane MortonLearn how to rescue and preserve your family photos for future generations.Yes, You Scan!By Rick CrumeYou’ve been meaning to digitize all those family photos for years. Now’s the time – just follow our five steps.Living in the PastBy Janet HovorkaBring your ancestors to life with a visit to a living history museum. Here’s your planning guide.In MemoryBy Thomas MacEnteeShare your family’s legacy and honor a veteran ancestor online by creating a memorial page.Put a Pin in ItBy Thomas MacEnteePinterest, the latest internet addiction, has genealogists everywhere sharing photos, records and research inspiration via online bulletin boards. Here’s how you can get in on the action.

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