Finding Unidentified Photographs in Archives

Finding a photograph of our ancestor can be a genealogical accomplishment and a reason to do the “Genealogy Happy Dance”. Many genealogists, like me, are still looking for their ancestor’s photographs. Did you know that many archives have photograph collections? This fact may not be known by most genealogists because photograph collections are not in plain sight or available in […]

AncestryDNA’s MyTreeTags Tool

The genealogical community was all abuzz last month after the RootsTech announcement of three new tools recently launched on Ancestry, of course, touts them as “game changing” – MyTreeTags; New & Improved DNA Matches; and ThruLines, which is a new take on Ancestry’s earlier DNA Circles tool. Those with full Ancestry memberships may opt-in to the MyTreeTags and New […]

Modena’s Month of Genealogy

Once again, I’m using this small space of mine to make invites. It’s the Italian hospitality, you know! And once again this (very interesting) event, may be a bit outskirt for your usual places. But I can’t imagine a better opportunity to a genealogical trip than visiting Italy, and a better reason to visit Italy than a genealogy-related trip! On […]

Introducing Pandora: Australia’s Web Archive

My blog series focuses on some of my favourite free Australasian family history research websites, and this month’s focus continues with an internet theme. This time we are looking at Pandora: Australia’s Web Archive which was established by the National Library of Australia in 1996. In more recent times it has been possible to search and find things in Pandora […]

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Here in America we are enjoying the start of Spring and we thought we’d offer a special sale this month! There are many conferences coming this month and in honor of all the great learning and sharing that will be going on, we will be offering subscriptions to the magazine for just $20. We have a brand new interface to view […]