become an editor
the entire directory
only in Resources/Tutorials
Society: Genealogy: Resources: Columns and Articles
This category in other languages:
About Genealogy One-Stop Beginner's Guide
- Tracing family tree with free how-to articles, lessons, and tools.
- Information about membership in a genealogy group with a humorous bent.
Digging Up Roots
- Beginner How-To's with charts access for successful researching. Purchase census records and post to message boards. Also photographs, and family tree obits.
- Shows how to piece together the past from the fragments that have survived. A case study of Martha Ballard's diary is used for examples.
Free Family History Tutorials
- Brigham Young University offers over a dozen free mini genealogy courses online, covering basic research skills, ethnic and regional research, and record types.
The Genealogy Experience
- A helpful free website that details ways to find surnames and records of ancestors you are looking for and also what to be prepared for when doing so.
Genealogy Learning Center
- Tutorials from Linda Haas Davenport cover research in census, land, courthouse, military, and U.S. federal income tax records.
- Free lessons on beginning and Internet genealogy, and tracing immigrant origins, written by genealogists Karen Clifford and Marthe Arends.
Genwriters - Writing for Future Generations
- A source for genealogy enthusiasts to find ideas and resources to bring their family history to life. The focus here is on writing family histories and genealogies.
Great Family Newsletters
- Offers family newsletter tutorials, resources, and desktop publishing ideas.
Oral History Questions
- List of oral history questions for researchers at The Gene Pool.
RootsWeb's Guide To Tracing Family Trees
- Extensive series of articles covering a variety of topics related to genealogy.
- Resources for beginning genealogy research on the Internet.
" search on:
to edit this category.
Copyright © 1998-2015 AOL Inc.
Visit our sister sites
Last update: May 19, 2015 at 16:15:14 UTC -