Family Tree Magazine November 2010 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.FEATURESWide Open SpacesFeeling crowded by genealogy papers, books, photos and other stuff? Save space with these 10 ideas to get your clutter under control.By Rick Crume Getting Up to DateHow your old photos were taken is the first clue to when they were taken. Use our timeline of photographic methods to date and preserve images from your family's past.By Maureen A. TaylorNational GeographicWere your ancestors here, there and everywhere? Consult this clip-and-save guide to explain their confounding peripatetic ways.By the editorsBasic TrainingDo you have what it takes to succeed as a genealogist? Follow our six-step research regimen to transform your ancestor searches.By Lisa A. AlzoBack to BalticsFollow these eight steps to trace your Estonian, Latvian and Lithuanian roots.By Lisa A. AlzoCOLUMNS & DEPARTMENTSGenealogy InsiderWhat's new in discovering, preserving and celebrating your family history:• five up-and-coming family historians under age 26• genealogy: not just for humans• images of New York City's Lower East Side Tenement Museum• worthwhile roots readsEdited by Diane HaddadWeb GuideLearn to master family history Web sites: Whether you're a beginner or a power user, our pullout guides show you how to make the most of popular online destinations, with how-to advice, navigation hints, screen-by-screen search techniques and cheat sheets of quick links and shortcuts.In this issue: OneGreatFamilyThe ToolkitReviews and roundups of the latest, greatest family history resources:• roundup of databases you can access free at Family History Centers• quick guide to translation tools• seven steps to create a family group on Facebook• surname searching tutorialEdited by Allison StacyOut on a LimbA letter from our editor.By Allison StacyMaking ConnectionsReaders respond to Family Tree Magazine.History MattersA sticky story: the history of adhesives.By David A. FryxellFamily ArchivistLearn the benefits of blogging your family history.By Sunny McClellan MortonNow What?Answers to your questions on documenting online family tree data and early births.Everything's RelativeTales from the lighter side of family history.Document DetectiveClues in the 1900 census.By George G. MorganTime CapsuleAn immigrant woman's childbirth experience.By Sharon DeBartolo Carmack 
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