So you’ve hit a brick wall in your genealogy research? Perhaps you feel like you’ve searched every record and uncovered every document, and there’s still a missing link. Maybe that missing 1890 census is throwing a wrench in your research. Whatever the case may be, brick walls can leave each of us with feelings of frustration and confusion.
RootsTech 2017 is just around the corner. With more than 30,000 people expected to make the trek to Salt Lake City and the Salt Palace Convention Center, RootsTech has quickly grown to become one of the largest and most recognizable genealogy conferences in the world.
What happens when you mix desserts, a family-run business, and an innovative entrepreneur? You get a family-friendly television show known for extreme customer requests and stunning results.
Yes, you heard correctly. LeVar Burton is coming to RootsTech 2017.
While the world-class speakers, all-star entertainers, and hundreds of engaging classes are reason enough to attend, here are seven other reasons why you don’t want to miss out on the fun.
If you don’t have a strategy to follow, analyzing old family photographs can be a long, tedious, and sometimes frustrating process. However, with a little information and close examination, family photographs can lead to discovering new information about your ancestors.
This article describes two of the many apps and resources that can help you find information on local history.
While many tools and resources can help you find information on an area’s history, this article describes three of the most helpful online resources.
When it comes to genealogy, there is much to explore. There are ancestors to be found, mysteries to be solved, and stories to be written. Getting excited to do the research is the easy part. Figuring out where to start, on the other hand, can be a bit more challenging.
You can use your smartphone for genealogy work in many ways. Here are three of the most useful.