Family Tree Magazine May/June 2013 Digital Edition

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Now you can download this issue of Family Tree Magazine. It's in an easy-to-search PDF format that works on almost all computers equipped with the free Acrobat Reader program. The issue is compatible with PCs, Macs and many other computers.For a complete explanation of the process of downloading a digital product from our web site, please read our FAQ.PLEASE NOTE: This is a large file that is best downloaded with a broadband connection, such as DSL or a cable modem.Featuring:40 Best Genealogy Blogs of 2013By David A. FryxellVotes are in for the Family Tree Magazine 40 Best Genealogy Blogs. Follow your favorite genealogists and repositories for their tips, tricks and news.Deciphering World War II Draft Registration CardsBy George G. MorganOur document detective arms you with the tools to conquer World War II draft registration cards, including information on who would have registered for the draft and family history data contained in the cards.Guide to English and Welsh Civil RegistrationsBy Rick CrumeWith the reign of Queen Victoria in 1837, England and Wales began keeping record of births, marriages and deaths, adding divorces in 1858. Make the most of your research with our repository rundown.41 Free Genealogy ResourcesBy Lisa Louise CookeImprove your roots research with free apps, forms, images and software.Software Review: RootsMagic 6By Rick CrumeRootsMagic 6 adds new, useful features to this old standby. This software review takes you through the good and the bad, including the benefits of making a paid-account instead of a free one.Mocavo User GuideBy David A. FryxellDiscover the best strategies for scouring the “world’s largest genealogy search engine” with our step-by-step tutorial.Strategies for Researching County Courthouse RecordsBy Judy G. Russell and Sunny Jane MortonThe verdict is in: Tackle the troves of family history files in courthouses with the aid of our legal records experts.Comparison Guide of Tablet Computers for GenealogyBy Dana McCulloughThe key to buying a tablet? Know how you’ll use it. Start with our comparison of five popular tablet options.What a Gas: History of the Service StationBy David A. FryxellThe car transformed our ancestors’ lives, but fueling up has a history all its own.Prompts for Writing Family HistoryBy Sunny Jane MortonHave you daydreamed of writing up your family history or the biography of an ancestor? Ask yourself these six questions to bring your family tree to fruition.Tracing Sephardic Jewish HeritageBy Schelly Talalay DardashtiWe show you the “other side” of Jewish genealogy, with resources to discover your Sephardic family history.Time Capsule: Life as a Civil War SoldierBy Sharon DeBartolo CarmackRead about Civil War soldier’s experiences in their own words.
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