Family Tree Magazine September 2015 Digital Edition

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Features:Sweet 16By David A. FryxellDiscover the 101 genealogy websites that take the cake in 2015.French ConnectionsBy Kimberly PowellFrom the vineyards of Burgundy to the lights of Paris, say “bonjour” to your roots.Break It DownBy Dana McCulloughGoing around in circles after ancestors on the free Let’s break down the site’s search form and filter options so you can build up your family tree.DIY Your Family History BookBy Maureen A. TaylorStop putting off your dream to get your family’s story into print. See how you can self-publish a professional looking, affordable family history book.Modern FamiliesBy Lisa A. AlzoUnsure how to include an open adoption, surrogate child or same-sex marriage in your software or online tree? Our guide to charting today’s families will show you how.Genealogy InsiderEdited by Diane HaddadWhat’s new in discovering, preserving and celebrating your family history:
  • Family history freelancing takes off
  • Five uestions with Aleta Rozanski of TLC’s “Who Do You Think You Are?”
  • Genealogy’s biggest databases, libraries and more
Workbook: Naturalization RecordsBy Lisa A. AlzoOur Genealogy Workbooks series shows you what you need to know to research your ancestors in essential family history sources.The ToolkitEdited by Tyler MossReviews and roundups of the latest and greatest family history resources:
  • Tech Tips: Eight family history projects for Evernote
  • Tutorial: Find American Indian records on
  • Quick Guide: Genetic genealogy apps
  • Review: RootsMagic mobile app
Columns:History Matters: Forever in Blue JeansBy David A. FryxellStitching up the story of blue jeans.Family Archivist: Letterman JacketsBy Denise May LevenickGiving new life to Dad’s old letterman jacket.Now What?By David A. FryxellAnswers to your questions on old genealogy software, hospital records and ancestral name changes.Research Roadmap: Panoramic MapsBy Tyler MossPanoramic maps in your genealogy.Document Detective: Passenger Arrival ListsBy George G. MorganClues in ship’s passenger lists.Photo FinishReaders’ photos of their ancestors enjoying the great outdoors.
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