Highlights from this issue include:
- our 101 Best Genealogy Websites of 2019 list
- tips and tricks for using the free FamilySearch.org
- 6 easy ways to save money
- a detailed guide to researching French ancestry
- a FREE German websites cheat sheet
Seeing 20/20By David A. FryxellSee your ancestors more clearly with our 20th annual list of the 101 Best Genealogy Websites.Pinching PenniesBy Andrew KochYoung or old, new or veteran researcher, most of us work with limited resources. Stay under budget with these tips.Pardon Your FrenchBy David A. FryxellBrush up on your Français with this in-depth guide to genealogy records from la République.Lucky 13By Andrew KochSet yourself up for research success with these 13 tips for using the free megasite FamilySearch.org.Making Peace with the PastBy Sunny Jane MortonMany family historians grapple with troubling truths revealed by DNA or documentary evidence. Here’s what some have discovered—and what they’re doing about it.
- State Research Guides: Montana and Tennessee
- Lisa’s Picks
- Timeline: Paper
- Family History Home: Archiving Diaries and Journals
- Stories to Tell
- Your Turn: Website Account Tracker
- Document Detective: 1939 Register for England & Wales
- Now What
- Tech Toolkit
- DNA Q&A: Which Ethnicity Estimates Are Best?
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