Family Tree Magazine November/December 2021 Digital Edition

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What's Inside!

Highlights from this issue include:
  • our annual list of the 75 best websites for US genealogy research, newly expanded to include US territories like Guam and American Samoa
  • a roundup of the most important tools for archiving family history documents and heirlooms
  • tips for building a family history binder so you can preserve and share your findings
  • strategies for researching Native American ancestors
  • a FREE Jewish Genealogy Cheat Sheet


A More Perfect UnionBy Rick CrumeStudy US history—and how your ancestors fit in with it—using our annual list of the 75 best state-focused genealogy websites.Group ThinkBy Sunny Jane MortonThese DNA tools pin your ancestry to a specific historical group of people. Here's what they can (and can't!) tell you about your family history.Ties That BindBy the Editors of Family Tree MagazineOrganize your research for easy travel and sharing by creating family history binders. Here's how to get started.Five TribesBy Judy Nimer MuhnThese tips will help you find your ancestors who belonged to one of the United States' five largest indigenous tribes today: Navajo, Cherokee, Sioux, Chipppewa and ChoctawShop and SaveBy Denise May LevenickPreserve your family treasures with these archiving tips and tools every genealogist should have. 


  • Research Guides: Connecticut and South Dakota
  • Stories to Tell
  • Tech News
  • Lisa's Picks
  • Source Spotlight: Birth Records
  • Website Tutorial: Using AccessGenealogy
  • Resource Roundup: Tools for Finding Living Relatives
  • Photo Detective
  • Family History Home: Preserving Military Uniforms
  • Now What
  • DNA Q&A: DNA and Health Insurance
  • Your Turn: Table of Contents for Research Binders
  • 2021 Article Index
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