Ancestry Magazine is published bimonthly by Ancestry.com since 1982. You can subscribe to this informative magazine whether you subscribe to the online Ancestry.com or not. For a sampling of what this magazine has to offer you can visit Ancestry Magazine.
I have been a subscriber to Ancestry Magazine and love reading their articles. Each issue is packed full of informative articles that seem to be written just for me; I am always amazed how their articles seem to answer questions on research problems I was having that month! Some of the authors that write for Ancestry Magazine are Paul Rawlins, Don Devine, Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak, Paula Stuart-Warren, Allison Johnson, Myra Vanderpool Gormley, Colleen Fitzpatrick among many more.
The last few issues have offered the following:
- Footsteps of Ellis Island by Barry Mareno: Passing through Ellis Island was no simple process. See what the experience was really like.
- Invisible Men by Paul Rawlins: Discover the stories of the workers who build the Big Apple.
- The Big Stew by Jeanie Croasmun and Allison Johnson: New York City is celebrating its 400th Birthday. Were your ancestors there?
- Sorting by Names by Myra Vanderpool Gormley
- Using Obituaries in Genealogy by Ellen Notbohm
- California Scheming by Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak
- Children of the Battlefiled
- 800 Ways to spell Catherine
- Genealogy Without Hearing
- Build Your Own Genealogical Library
- Jewish Genealogy from Home
- Making Family History Maps
- Finding Military Medals
- Taking Heritage Trips
- Looking at Civil War Veteran Records
- 1940 Census Substitution at Ancestry.com
- What We Found-Clues in a Yearbook
- Deconstructing a Petition for Naturalization
- Out of Style-Taking Clues from Clothes
- Want More Genealogy Learning Online?
- Can the Latest Tech, Tools and Trends Help You Do Your Genealogy
- Wild Science
- Lou’s 300 (plus a few) Clues: Home Sources
- All the Right Family History Tools
- Jewish Childhood Records
- A Fire Destroyed the 1890 Census, But It Doesn’t Have to Destroy Your Search
- Put Them on the Map
- FTM Answers: Ancestry Hints
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