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iPad Tips and Interview with WDYTYA Producer in New Episode for Premium Members

Would you like to be privy to the genealogical research strategies of the producers of the TV series Who Do You Think You Are? Genealogy Gems Premium …

Your Family History Show : Episode 163 - Flip Your Genealogy into Flipboard

Tackle Your Genealogy Brick Walls with These Tips

Check out this news article for great tips on tackling your genealogy brick walls. Family history research isn't always easy but it's worth it!

10 Top Tips for How to Bust Through Your Genealogy Brick Wall

Search the SSDI for Your Family History

Are you tracing the family history of someone who lived in the U.S. during the 20th century? Check out a wonderful free database in the United States …


Genealogy, FamilySearch and RootsTech 2014 with Dennis Brimhall

Genealogy Journey: Running Away to Home with Jennifer Wilson

Family History and Food - Cookbooks, Recipes, Diets in Our Ancestors Lives

Food Family History: Cooking with the Toastite

Family Tree Databases - Family History: Genealogy Made Easy Episode 01

Your Family History Show : Episode 152 - Interview with Dr. Turi King at Who Do You Think You Are? Live in London

6 Tips: How to Organize Your Family History

Here are 6 Tips that will help you get your genealogy records and family history organized and preserved for generations to come (and the tools to …

How to Organize Old Letters

Read ideas for how to organize old letters (or any other family memorabilia), including resources for how to start a blog, publish your own book and …

Organize Your Hard Drive

Metadata and Genealogy: Understanding Your Digital Genealogy Files

5 Times When You Should Be Listening to Genealogy Gems

It was a daunting thought! I had over 1650 miles to drive last weekend to make the move from California to Texas. And I’m notorious for getting …

DPLA: Introduction to the Digital Public Library of America

Check out this new webcast on the Digital Public Library of America (DPLA). A great resource for genealogists and family historians!

How to Find U.S. Digital Libraries and Archives

Ever wish there was a really easy directory for U.S. digital libraries and archives, organized by state with great commentary about the content? …


How FamilySearch and OCLC (WorldCat) are Boosting Genealogy Records Access

Google Earth for Genealogy: How to Identify Old Photos' Locations

Learn how to identify old photos' locations in a FREE video, Google Earth for Genealogy--just one way to harness Google's power to find your family …

Google for Genealogy Update: It's All Related

Where You Can Find Over a Million British Church Records that are Now Indexed!

Do Your New England Genealogy: Church Records Online-and More Are Coming!

Baptisms, 1778, Hanover, Massachusetts. Image courtesy of the Congregational Library & Archives.

If you have New England roots, you need to know about …

Family History: Genealogy Made Easy

Adoption and Genealogy: A History of Adoption in the U.S.

Check out these resources for adoption and genealogy: trace the adopted ancestors on your family tree.

Preserving the Memories of Combat Veterans

The Witness to War website is preserving the memories of combat veterans by recording and sharing oral histories and photos.

Digitizing Colonial America: Help Is On The Way for Your Colonial Genealogy

Harvard University and other major archives hope to create a digital archive of colonial documents. Check out the link to the original article here.