The March 2010 issue of Family Tree Magazine provides another great issue for researchers, providing many practical resources and articles.
It went on sale January 5 and, if you have a subscription, you’re already enjoying it.
Diane Haddad covered the new issue in her Genealogy Insider post.
–Assess your genealogical fitness level with a “Shaping Up” survey. Find links to classes, websites, books and organizations to help everyone, from beginners to experts, brush up on skills or learn new ones.
–Learn about your ancestors with a social history of their times, such as childbirth practices in our grandmothers’ and great-grandmothers’ days, in”We Deliver for You.” There’s information on birth, hospital and midwives’ records.
–“Flirting With Disaster” will help you understand about disasters our ancestors lived through … or didn’t. Find sources to victims’ names.
–“Go Go Gadgets” tells researchers what to look for in seven technology tools – a practical article comparing popular models for each tool.
–There’s a Toolkit Tutorial on Twitter and its new vocabulary for social networking.
–How to keep your family connected via a family website with the MyHeritage Web Guide, detailing how to use a tree on MyHeritage.com to do research and connect with family.
Other articles include Puerto Rican root tracing, color photography and sources to help African-American researchers.