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 the success of The Family Chronicle Collection, the Family Chronicle team have produced Family Chronicle Year Two.
Features include: English Genealogy, Family Tree Maker 4.0, Canadian Civil Registration, Indentured Servants, Old Newspapers, Preservation Techniques, Finding Written Records, What Ailed Your Ancestors, Sky Filer, Acadian Roots, Where Have All the Ladies Gone?, The Master Genealogist Review, Preserving Old Documents, Enslaved Ancestors, Scanners and Scanning, Letters from Escaped Slaves, PERSI, Modern Heraldry, Overcoming Brickwalls, The Story of New Netherland and Names of 1,500 Settlers, Letters Home, Computers for Genealogy, Naturalization Records, Birthdate Spectrum, Overlaps, Abbreviations, The Rush to the West, English Land Records, Hispanic Roots in New Mexico, Ultimate Family Tree Software reviewed, City Directories, Best of the Websites, NGS, Allen County Public Library, Dating Old Photographs 1840-1910, Family History Centers, Databases on the Internet, Holocaust Records, Ancestor's Character, Russian Genealogy, 800 Family Surnames, German Genealogy, Writing About Women Ancestors, Photo Restoration, Scanning Tips, English Public Records Office, Using Maps, Death Records, Searching the Internet.