Family Chronicle - The Magazine for Families Researching their Roots is a leading magazine for genealogists and family historians. Articles are written by top genealogy writers who offer their expertise in genealogy and family history. Since its launch in September 1996, this "how-to" genealogy magazine has gained a reputation for solid editorial, presented in a highly attractive, all-color format.
The Family Chronicle Collection has been released in response to the enormous demand for back issues from the first year of Family Chronicle. It is a huge compendium of all the best features from Family Chronicle's first year.
Features include: Auswanderers and Amerika, Digging Up Irish Roots, Nordic Genealogy, East European Primer, Scottish Genealogy, Tartans, The Italian Exodus, Research Techniques, Using Your National Archives, A Mountain of Information, All the Right Questions, Reading Old Script, Dating Old Photographs, Hiring a Researcher, Hidden Treasures of the LDS Family History Centers, Family History Centers, Beyond the Genealogy Section, Primary Sources, Publishing Your History, The Ancestor as a Private Person, Cooking up a Family History, Family Ties in the Land of the Okanakans, Lyles Station, 12 things to do NOW for future generations, Family History Kept Bottled Up, Genealogy Online, Using Usenet, Try Before You Buy, Genealogy Sites Worth Surfing , Genealogical Databases, Save Your Family Tree on CD, Multimedia and Your Family's Story, Top 10 Websites, Can You Picture It?, Preservation Techniques, Preserving Family Photos, Memories of 1900, Spending Time in the Early 1900s, The Golden Door, The Agincourt Honor Roll, The Mayflower, Odd Jobs & Old Jobs, Occupations, Daughters of the American Revolution, The United Empire Loyalists, Local Genealogy Societies, The Surname Origin List, Non-Written Genealogy, Lions, Tinctures and Bearings, Oh My!, Oliver Cromwell's 1649 Settlement of Ireland, Origins of Scottish Surnames, The Brides Index Project, The LDS and Family History Centers, Producing Your Own Family History Video, How to Discover the Right Address to Write for Records, Preserving Family Heirlooms.
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The Family Chronicle team is a group of genealogy experts and enthusiasts who came together in September 1996 to produce Family Chronicle, the magazine for families researching their roots. Since the launch of the bi-monthly magazine, Family Chronicle has enjoyed great acclaim and has established itself as a leading magazine for genealogists and family historians.
The great success the magazine has enjoyed has lead to the publication of The Family Chronicle Collection and subsequent four Family Chronicle Years (titled Year 2-5 respectively). Each book is a compendium of the articles from each year of Family Chronicle so readers need not miss the best of the magazine. Other book titles include the enormously popular Dating Old Photographs 1840-1929, a proven tool to assist with discovering the dates of undated family photographs, and Family Chronicle's Introduction to Genealogy, an excellent companion to any newcomer to the field of genealogy.
From the same team also comes History Magazine, which looks at the social history of our ancestors. The success of History Magazine has produced two year books: History Magazine Volume One and History Magazine Volume Two.
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Book Description Moorshead Magazines Ltd, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M0968507662
Book Description Moorshead Magazines Ltd, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: Brand New. 248 pages. 10.70x7.90x0.50 inches. In Stock. Bookseller Inventory # 0968507662