Here at Family History Daily we’re always working hard to provide you with tips, new ideas and resources to aid you in your genealogy research. Here’s a quick list of 8 helpful and fun articles we wanted to make sure you didn’t miss. Enjoy!
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6 Excellent Genealogy Research Sites That Don’t Cost a Dime
A simple list of high-quality, and completely free, genealogy websites to help you expand your research without spending a single penny.
DNA Testing for Genealogy: The Basics
DNA testing for ancestry and genealogy is commonly used to help gain a better understanding of our deep and recent geographical roots, here are some basics to help you decide if it’s right for you.
Genealogy Quotes We Love
“If you are lucky enough to be a genealogist, you are lucky enough.”– Enjoy these 15 genealogy quotes that we really loved reading through.
Google Image Search for Genealogy: a How-to
Do you have an old family photo you cannot identify? Are you unsure of the time or place a photo was taken in? Try using Google Image Search to aid you in your family history research.
15 Genealogy Books You Can Read for Free With Kindle Unlimited
Amazon has a fairly expansive selection of genealogy books and a surprisingly large amount of them are available “free” to Kindle Unlimited subscribers.
Genealogy Humor: 10 Comic Finds That Made Us Laugh Out Loud
There’s a lot of hilarious genealogy humor floating around the internet these days—here are the 10 that made us laugh the loudest. Which one is your favorite?
Family Relationship Chart Helps Answer the Question “How Are We Related?”
Whether you’re gathering with extended family for a holiday or reunion, or connecting with distant genetic cousins via email or facebook, it’s always convenient to have a firm understanding of how exactly everyone is related.
Billions of Genealogical Records Are Closer Than You Think
Many of us have dreamed of making our way to the amazing Family History Library in Salt Lake City. But what many don’t realize is that the family history records from this collection are also available on loan through a network of more than 4,500 centers around the world.
Image: General Robert E. Lee and Staff, 1865, Library of Congress