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 Four.
Features include: Tracing Your Dutch Ancestors, Conducting Research in Europe, How to Research using FamilySearch.com, Recording Your Medical Pedigree, Where to Locate Family Records, Genealogical Conferences, Colonial Church Records, Getting the Best from a Scanner, Restoring Damaged Photographs, Using a Family History Center, Canadian Vital Records, The Power of an Unusual Surname, Researching on the Internet, Castle Garden, Publishing your Family History, Organizing a Family Reunion, Hidden Data on FHL CDs, Land Deeds, Irish Family History in Classified Ads, Family Treasures, Researching Your Irish Roots, Organizing Your Family Records, How to Choose the Right Genealogy Software, Why Film Research May be Your Best Choice, Immigration through Ports Other than NY, Why Families Emigrated, 10 Best Local Library Resources, The Erie Canal, Civil War Records, Researching the Workplace, Discovering English and Welsh Roots, Top Research Websites, 25 Tips for Researching at Your Family History Center, Freedom of Information Act, Scottish Genealogy, Internet success Stories, 10 Habits of Highly Effective Genealogists, The NEHGS, The US Federal Census, Using a Palm Pilot, Genealogy Software for the Mac, Surname Origins.