Friday, October 25, 2013


Family Tree Magazine

Lots of articles of interest in their October/November 2013 issue:

Rediscovering Slave Burial Sites (a new project is cataloging such locations)

Cutting Teeth (how your ancestors cared for their teeth)

Migration Melodies (how did they get from there to here?)

Burned Out? (a five-step plan to rebuild your tree from archival ashes)

Time-Saving Tech Tools (17 apps and online tools for organization and time management)

Death Records Workbook (what are they; how do you find them; and what other types of record can provide death info)

Going to Church (a guide to German church records)

Movie Moments (converting old home movies to digital format)

Top Free Sites for Online Newspapers (includes a guide to digital yearbooks)

You can read this magazine (and other issues of this title, plus numerous other genealogy magazines) in the Genealogy Room at Central Library (St. Louis); the Midwest Genealogy Center (Independence, Missouri); or the Jefferson County Library (High Ridge Branch).

Genealogy pages on the SLPL website

Midwest Genealogy Center

Jefferson County Library

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