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May 7, 2010


Researching your family tree is like a virus. Once it gets hold of you, it's hard to shake.

I recently came across Family Tree Magazine. This magazine covers more than just the "how to" basics of genealogy. It is written in a manner that is user-friendly for beginners but, at the same time, not condescending to the seasoned researchers. It includes helpful tips on how researchers can use the tools, that are available to them, to their best advantage.

FAMILY TREE MAGAZINE, America's #1 family history magazine, is the first mass-market, beginner-friendly genealogy magazine. It covers all areas of potential interest to family history enthusiasts, reaching beyond strict genealogy research to include historical travel, family reunions, scrapbooking, oral history, ethnic heritage, memoirs and other ways that families connect with their pasts.
FAMILY TREE MAGAZINE strives to give readers all the resources they need to discover, preserve and celebrate their family histories -- and to provide engaging, easy-to-understand instruction that empowers readers to take the next step in the quest for their pasts.

This magazine is well written and easy to follow. Packed with interesting stories and helpful tips.

For the Aussies, don't be put off by the fact that this is a US magazine. A lot of the articles focus on people whose ancestors were from the UK. I found it a very interesting read and do not hesitate to recommend it to anyone with similar interests.

Family Tree Magazine subscription is available from Amazon Books.

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