Scanning documents and photos is an important step in preserving family history – but what about those items that are hard to scan (like slides and photo negatives)? In this episode, learn how to scan these items and overcome more common scanning challenges.
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Researching Ancestors Among the Five Tribes — An Interview with Judy Muhn
42:51In this episode, genealogist and author Judy Nimer Muhn discusses how to research ancestors who who belonged to one of the United States’ five largest indigenous tribes today: Navajo, Cherokee, Sioux, Chippewa and Choctaw. Plus, Diahan Southard is back to shed some light on DNA Painter and what third-party DNA tools can tell you about your genetic ancestry.
The History of Obituaries and Where to Find Them: Episode 154
46:46In this spooky episode of the Family Tree Podcast, we learn how to locate and use historical obituaries for genealogy research. We'll also compare the the three major cemetery websites and take a closer look at the origins of Halloween.
Genealogy and Spirituality — An Interview with Author Lori Erickson: Episode 153
41:36Do you feel a spiritual connection to your ancestors? In this episode, our host Lisa Louise Cooke interviews author Lori Erickson about the connection between genealogy and spirituality. Plus, our DNA expert Diahan Southard is back to discuss how and why ethnicity estimates change, and we take a look at a Facebook group that returns lost family heirlooms to their rightful homes.
Our Ancestors’ Psychology: An Interview with Author Helen Parker-Drabble: Episode 152
45:33In this episode of the Family Tree Podcast, Lisa interviews author Helen Parker-Drabble about how so-called "modern" mental health problems like anxiety or depression shaped the lives of our ancestors, and how understanding their experiences can benefit future generations. Plus, our DNA expert is back and we chat with Devon Lee of the YouTube channel Family History Fanatics.
Shining a Spotlight on Marriage Records: Episode 151
41:47At Family Tree Magazine we like to shine a light on the most important sources for your genealogical research, and marriage records rank right up there at the top of the list. In this episode, Lisa is joined by Amanda Epperson to discuss how and why to research marriage records.
Overcoming Scanning Challenges: Episode 150
50:53Scanning documents and photos is an important step in preserving family history – but what about those items that are hard to scan (like slides and photo negatives)? In this episode, learn how to scan these items and overcome more common scanning challenges.
Researching Indentured Servant Ancestors: Episode 149
49:07In this episode, join our host Lisa Louise Cooke and her guests as they discuss strategies for researching indentured servants, websites for Jewish genealogy research and so much more.
Explore Your Family History at the Allen County Library Genealogy Center: Episode 148
40:15This month's podcast features an in-depth look at the vast genealogy resources available at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, Indiana. Librarian Allison Singleton joins Lisa to discuss how this library can help anyone on their genealogy journey, no matter where they are.
How to Research Your Irish Ancestry: Episode 147
42:31In this episode, Lisa and her guests explore records and resources for tracing Irish ancestry. Plus, our DNA expert explains how to interpret your ethnicity results.
RootsTech Goes Virtual – An Interview with Jen Allen on RootsTech Connect: Episode 146
49:56The biggest genealogy event of the year has gone virtual! Lisa talks with RootsTech’s Jen Allen to see what participants can expect from RootsTech Connect. Plus, our DNA expert sheds some light on re-testing, and we get an inside look at the Freedmen’s Bureau records available on FamilySearch. Ep. #146: February 2021 Back to the […]