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Looking for your ancestors? Here are the best *free* family history tools that the web has to offer. Search US and international records, at no cost. http://www.freegenealogytools.com/

Want to find the best genealogy blogs to delve into your family history? Explore our list of the top genealogy blogs that can help you trace your family tree: http://blog.genealogybank.com/list-of-best-genealogy-blogs

This free, printable family history table is a great alternative to a family tree. More information can be entered, like the husband and wife's names, birth and death dates, marriage, birth and death places, and children. Free to download and print

Tin Eye, a place you can upload a picture and discover if it is anywhere else on the net. A great way to discover your family members or a great way to discover where your photos or photos like yours are being used

"Genealogy in Time" has published a top 100 list of genealogy websites. Pictured here is an excerpt of that list. Also check out AmericourtPride .us and LegacyStories .com

"3rd article in a series: Have you ever found a female family member on the 1880 Census and wanted to trace them forward to learn more? There is a challenge between 1880 and 1900 because the 1890 US Census was almost completely destroyed leaving a 20 year gap between 1880 and the next complete census in 1900; the challenge is greater if you do not know the married name."

Did you know there are entire collections of records online that will never surface in search results because they haven't been indexed yet? Check out this presentation of Hamburg Passenger Lists and Other Image First Collections to learn all about these records that just might help you break through that #genealogy brick wall.

This site is designed for beginners looking to preserve their family heritage as a hobby. It's a great resource for beginners and intermediate genealogists!

If you want to find out more about your family, download the life history questions and make time to interview your family members. Learn some fun facts.

History for Genealogists: Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand your Ancestors, Judy Jacobson, 2009 (It really helps to understand what was going on during the period of your family tree that you are working on)