Is Ancestry Worth the Money for Your Genealogy Research?
Ancestry.com is the best known of the online genealogy subscription websites. It’s also quite pricey. Is it worth the price of admission? This article explores what Ancestry.com has to offer its customers, and whether or
not it is worth it for the price for your genealogy research. If you’ve wondered whether you should subscribe to Ancestry.com, this is your answer...
Exploring Death Records in Your Genealogy Research
Using death records is a basic part of genealogy research. In fact, for many genealogists, it is the first type of record set they learn to use. This is because death records are readily available to the general public in most cases and because they usually contain a wealth of important family history information. If you haven’t yet learned how to use death records in your genealogy research and don’t know what they can offer you, here’s what you need to know to get
started with them...
Carleton Watkins was a well-known American photographer of the mid to late 1800s. Carleton is most famous for his use of mammoth plate photography in photographing Yosemite, as well as the giant sequoia trees of California. Let’s learn more about this talented man and the interesting and innovative photographic technique that he is best known for using...
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I love collecting historical postcards from the United States. It’s been a hobby of mine for many years. I’ve acquired several doubles throughout, and I’m giving 10 postcards away for free each week! Winners will be drawn at random and announced right here. So, if you love American history and enjoy learning about historical
locations, be sure to sign up for this special drawing.