Highlights from this issue include:
- A comprehensive guide to researching family in the 1940s—perfect prep for the 1950 census
- Under-the-radar records for finding family photos
- Expert tips for searching at MyHeritage
- Guides to studying Norwegian genealogy and writing your family history
- A FREE Surnames Cheat Sheet
Life Begins at ‘40By Sunny Jane MortonFollow your relatives through the 1940s (and up to the soon-to-be-released 1950 census) with these records.GlobetrottingBy Daniel Horowitz and Daniella LevyMyHeritage has digitized records from around the world. Here’s how to find them using the site’s main search form.Out of FocusBy Lisa LissonThese 12 underused sources will help you find family photos. Old NorseBy David A. FryxellOver the North Sea and through the fjords—back to Old Norge we go! This guide to Norwegian genealogy will help you trace your kin, Viking or not.5 Steps to 160,000By Sophia WilsonTake your family history book from pipe dream to words on a page with these tips.
- Research Guides: Rhode Island and Texas
- Stories to Tell
- Tech News
- Lisa’s Picks
- Source Spotlight: Local Histories
- Website Tutorial: Finding Newspapers with Chronicling America
- Resource Roundup: Family Website Hosting Services
- Photo Detective
- Family History Home: Saving Recipe Cards
- Now What
- DNA Q&A: Why Do My Ethnicity Estimates Keep Changing?
- Your Turn: Oral History Interview Record
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