Family Tree Magazine March/April 2018 Digital Edition

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Highlights from this issue include:
  • 34 tips to preserve your family tree at FamilySearch
  • 22 online photo databases
  • 5 DNA testing sites compared


The Class of 2018By Diahan SouthardWith genetic genealogy testing now in its late adolescence, these 5 autosomal DNA tests are making the grade with millions of consumers. Here’s why each one may be worth your while.On Your MarkBy Nancy HendricksonNot getting the results you want on Our close look at the site’s search options will help you refocus those off-target searches to find your ancestors’ records.Your Forever Family TreeBy Rick CrumeFollow our 34 tips to find ancestors and preserve your family tree forever at FamilySearch.New and NowBy Karen Edwards and Diane HaddadThanks to new digitization and transcription projects, here are seven online records to look for today.Should You Take the Hint?By Sunny Jane Mor tonHints in your online family tree make it easy to find new genealogy records about your ancestors. But are those records about the right folks? Our answers to 12 common questions will help you make the right call.Moving AlongBy David A. FryxellNowadays, the web is where to look for your ancestors’ immigration records. Start your searches for ships’ passenger lists and other documents at these 15 websites.Free PressBy James M. BeidlerExtra! Extra! Read all about your ancestors in these free, online historical newspapers. We’ll show you the best resources for finding free digital newspapers, and how to use them.Picture PerfectionBy Maureen A. TaylorStep into your ancestors’ world with the historical photos in these 22 online databases.Do Your ShareBy Nancy HendricksonYou’ve started discovering your family history—now it’s time to share it. These 10 top tech tools will help you tell your family story in engaging ways.Calls to OrderBy Denise May LevenickEnd family collection chaos! These seven tech tools help you turn your archive of old photos, papers and artifacts into an organized research resource.


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