Here’s the table of contents from the August/September issue, available on 9 August. Looks like another good one!
Archives and YouTube Channels – Have you surfed these?
Diane L. Richard has searched out a fascinating free collection of state archive videos for your research enjoyment
“Sorting Out Smiths and Keeping Up with the Joneses”
David A. Norris looks at ways to overcome the hurdles of researching ancestors with the same name
Stranger Than Fiction: Bathing Machines
Sue Lisk suggests some websites to consult to learn about these strange contraptions your ancestors might have used
English Electoral Registers
Ed Storey looks at how this resource can help in locating ancestors from smaller towns and hamlets
Divining for the Dead
Exploring a method of locating unmarked burials by Robbie Gorr
Beneath the Surface: Mining Ancestors
Sue Lisk looks at websites to help you understand the lives of your ancestors who worked the mines
Digging for Gold in Victoria
Jennifer McNeice looks at websites for discovering your Australian goldminer ancestors
AI, Genealogy and You: A Perfect Match?
Tony Bandy looks at the integration of artificial intelligence into our family histories
The Negro Travelers’ Green Book
Diane L. Richard examines an essential 20th-century travel book for those of color
Lisa A. Alzo reviews a new innovation from MyHeritage to animate your family photos
Internet Genealogy looks at websites and related news that are sure to be of interest
Back Page: If My Memory Serves Me Correctly…
Dave Obee says we would all do right by recording our thoughts for future reference