July/August 2003 Issue on Newsstands Now!
Have you hit a brickwall in your research? Family Chronicle's new book, 500 Brickwall Solutions to Genealogy Problems is now available.Offer Valid Until July 10, 2003.
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Family Chronicle magazine is specially written for family researchers by people who share their interest in genealogy and family history. Since its launch in September 1996, this "how-to" genealogy magazine has gained a reputation for solid editorial, presented in a highly attractive, all-color format. You may be interested in several unsolicited comments that readers have shared with us or in our links to our advertisers.
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Ahnentafel Charts: Ron Wild explains what they are and why you need one.
Adding the Gene to Geneograms: Edwin M. Knights describes one of the newer methods of recording family data.
Searching or Sourcing?: Ron Wild says a large quantity of information isn't very valuable if it's wrong.
First Steps: Ron Wild offers advice to those beginning their ancestral search.
Researching WWII Veterans: Barbara Krasner-Khait examines the records available.
Researching Civil War Union Records:: Craig R. Scott offers research tips on tracing your Union Ancestors.
Searching the 1880 US Census Index?: Ron Wild offers advice on how to take advantage of the census' search capabilities.
Computer and Internet Research
Internet Brickwall Solutions: A collection of tales of genealogists who overcame research obstacles online.
Genealogy Databases Worth Searching: An overview of several popular online databases.
Which Software Should I Buy?: Jim Byram takes a look at seven major software packages.
Readers Speak: Survey of Uses and Abuses of the Internet: Halvor Moorshead reports on the results of an extensive survey of Family Chronicle readers on their experiences with the Internet.
Klondike Goldrush Participants: A list of over 24,000 people present at the end of the Alaska/Yukon goldrush.
The Origins of Family Names: Jeff Chapman looks at how surnames have evolved from ancient times. Contains our Surname Origin List.
Writing a Family History: Karen Boucher relates her experiences in publishing her family’s history.
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