Editors’ Pick: Organize Your Way to Your Best Genealogy Year

Editors’ Pick: Organize Your Way to Your Best Genealogy Year

  Effective family history researchers know that organization is the key to productivity. Are you as organized as you’d like to be—or could be? If your new year’s resolution is to cut through your genealogy clutter, check out this trio of PDF book downloads by Denise May Levenick, the Family...Read more
Thanks for the Records: Online Genealogy

Thanks for the Records: Online Genealogy

It’s that time of year again, where people all over the United States pause to reflect on the people and things they’re grateful for. I’m always grateful for my family and friends, the roof over my head, the food on my table – all the things that shouldn’t be taken...Read more
Head in the Cloud: Genealogy Preservation

Head in the Cloud: Genealogy Preservation

Sitting on Cloud Nine If you want an easy, secure way of preserving and organizing your genealogy research, you’ll learn a bunch of great tricks and techniques in our week-long workshop, Cloud Genealogy Bootcamp. Learn how to protect your family history research from unforeseen catastrophic events such as fires, flooding...Read more
3 Helpful Charts About Genealogy Software and Online Trees

3 Helpful Charts About Genealogy Software and Online Trees

It doesn’t take too long for those of us who love genealogy to realize we need tools to keep track of our family trees—the names, dates, places, how people are related, sources of all that information, etc. etc. In addition to organizing information, such tools can help you find records...Read more