Family Tree Magazine September 2008 Digital Edition

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FEATURESHave It Your WayOrder up the top family history tools for your research focus—beginner, Web, US, foreign and more—from this year's menu of 101 Best Web Sites.By David A. FryxellHouse HuntingCurious about the places your ancestors lived? With these strategies for researching ancestral abodes, you'll be home free.By Maureen A. TaylorCourt OrdersWho needs TV when you can witness your ancestors' real-life drama? Our guide to finding and using court records tells you how.By Sharon DeBartolo CarmackProbing Into ProbateLearn how to uncover the fascinating family history finds your forebears left in their wills and probate records.By Fern GlazerHungary for HistoryFollow our five-step recipe for researching your Hungarian roots—including ancestors from Slovakia, Romania, Croatia and other areas of the old Austro-Hungarian Empire.By Lisa A. AlzoCOLUMNS & DEPARTMENTSBranching OutWhat's new in discovering, preserving and celebrating your family history:• genealogy on TV• family history in Philadelphia• haunting Holocaust images• new Web sites: Missouri Digital Heritage and Lowcountry AfricanaEdited by Diane HaddadState Research GuidesTrace your roots across the USA! Our pullout guides are perfect for stashing in your research binder or toting to the library—quickly access the essential facts, advice and resources you need to find your family anywhere in the country. In this issue:• Maryland • OklahomaThe ToolkitReviews and roundups of the latest, greatest family history resources:• answers to your top 10 computer questions• roundup of Web-based genealogy software• Brother's Keeper review• VHS-to-DVD converters• The Book ReportEdited by Allison StacyOut on a LimbMy old house.By Allison StacyMaking ConnectionsReaders respond to Family Tree Magazine.History MattersCan you hear me now? The story of trans-Atlantic communication.By David A. FryxellNow What?Our experts answer your questions about DNA surname studies and heredity records.Preserving MemoriesCommandments of Bible preservation.By Grace DobushEverything's RelativeTales from the lighter side of family history.Brick Wall BustersOne grandma, six states: research strategies for shifty ancestors.By Lisa A. AlzoUprootedTest your genealogy IQ on Annie Oakley's family tree.By Sharon DeBartolo Carmack 
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