Family Chronicle - The Magazine for Families Researching their Roots is a leading magazine for genealogists and family historians. Articles are written by top genealogy writers who offer their expertise 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.
In response to high demand for back issues from our dedicated readers, and success of The Family Chronicle Collection and the subsequent Family Chronicle Years, the Family Chronicle team have produced Family Chronicle Year Five.
Features include: Cyndi Howells Interview, Shaping Up Your Internet Searching Skills, Immigrants to Empire CD, OneGreatFamily.com, RootsWeb, The Very Best Websites, Index to Our First Four Years, Mailing Lists, US Census Online, Software and the Internet, Trans-Atlantic Voyage, Reading the Omens: Genealogical Breakthroughs, State Censuses, Footnotes, Railroad Records, Getting Past the Brickwall, Generations 8 Review, Becoming a Genealogical Detective, 10 Frequently Asked Questions at Family History Centers, Evidence!, French-Canadian Roots, FamilyRoots Organizer Review, Fraudulent Genealogies, Legacy Family Tree 3.0 Review, Lost City of Henricus, Subscription Genealogy Databases on the Internet, Fraternal and Benevolent Societies Records, Genealogy Courses, War of 1812 Research Tips, Internet Search Tips, Newspaper Research, Naturalization Records, Cemetery Records Online, NGS Family History Writing Contest, Ancestral Migration: Norwegian Roots, Iceland's Heated Dispute (DNA),! Is There a Photo of Your Ancestor on the Internet?, Reinventing the NGS, Dating Old Photos, Storytelling with Pictures, What I Wish I'd Known, Black Sheep in Your Family?, Parentèle Software Review, Discovering Your Jewish Ancestors, Volunteer-created Databases, Civil War Resources Online, New England Roots, Making a Family Website, Townlands of Origin (Irish Roots), Writing Your Family History, Jewels of the Family History Library, Genealogy on Your Pocket PC