German Genealogy Guide: Free Records, Research Tips and Resources
Researching your German ancestors? This German genealogy guide features free genealogy sites, tips, and resources that will help you trace your ancestors from Germany. Click to read the guide - or Pin it for later!
How to Clean an Old Headstone
If you've been to a cemetery to visit a loved one, you probably noticed many stones, especially older ones, in desperate need of repair or at least a good cleaning. There are specific to dos and not to dos when cleaning a headstone. The steps provided here will take you through cleaning a stone.
How to Preserve and Protect Your Old Letters — Heritage Discovered
If you’re lucky enough to have old letters from your family passed down to you, you might be wondering how to preserve them. Fortunately, preserving old letters is pretty straightforward and you don’t have to break the bank to keep them safe.
Best Genealogy Library Websites in 2016
You can use libraries to research your family history without leaving your home. These libraries have great genealogy search tools right on their websites.
Tracking Down Your Native American Roots -
According to the 2000 census, the number of people who identified themselves solely as Indian and Alaska Native grew by[...]
How to Create Your Genealogy Research Plan (& Why You Should!) | Are You My Cousin?
Researching without a genealogy research plan is not a good thing. You risk unfocused and incomplete research. You risk not finding your ancestors. Learn to stay off the rabbit trails by creating a genealogy research plan before you began your genealogy research.
10 Things You Should Know About Every Ancestor in Your Tree
Birth, marriage, death, occupation, religion, number of marriages...there is so much to know about every one of our ancestors. And, while we can’t hope to find every detail about every person in our family tree, there are some key things that are more critical to know than others. Use this checklist to make the job of diving deeper into your ancestors' lives a little bit easier.