Highlights from this issue include:
- 7 typeable family tree forms that will help you organize your research
- a day-by-day plan for discovering records
- expert analysis on 6 common DNA myths
- a detailed guide to researching Danish ancestry
- a FREE female ancestors cheat sheet
Work It OutBy the Editors of Family Tree MagazineKeep your research in order with these top-of-the-line genealogy worksheets.Your 7-Day Forebear-CastBy Andrew KochPartly cloudy, with an 100-percent chance of records. With this day-by-day plan, you’ll find your ancestors lightning fast.Junk DNABy Diahan SouthardWith so much information floating around about genetic genealogy, it’s hard to know what’s true. Our expert puts six common myths about DNA to the test.Capital DanesBy David A. FryxellBetween Hamlet, hygge and Hans Christian Anderson, it’s hard to find something rotten in the state of Denmark. Discover your Danish roots with our guide.How I Did ItBy Sunny Jane MortonThree genealogy experts share how they broke down brick walls in their research.
- State Research Guides: New Jersey and Minnesota
- Lisa’s Picks
- Timeline: the Moon
- Family History Home: Caring for Heirloom Linens
- Stories to Tell
- Your Turn: Family Recipe Card
- Photo Detective
- Now What
- Tech Toolkit
- DNA Q&A: Can I Remove My DNA From a Database?
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