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I’ve been doing genealogy research since I started at the magazine
10 years ago (in more earnest in recent years). Lately as I update
my family tree, I have this niggling thought: How do I put it all
I don’t want to just record family history. I want to package it all up in words and
pictures, to both summarize and detail my ancestors’ lives, and make it easy for people
to see all those connections and family events.
This is a comment I’ve heard in one form or another from many of you. Here’s something
that might help: Our Write
Your Family History Value Pack. It has articles and tools that’ll help you carry
out a family history writing project, big or small, from start to finish. This value
- Writing Your Family Memoir independent study course from Family Tree University
- Seven Tips to Write Your Family History article download
- Personal Historian 2 software on CD
- Writing Life Stories book download
Your Family History Value Pack also comes with 25 percent off an instructor-guided
Family Tree University course (such as Write Your Family History: Create a Captivating
Record of Your Family’s Story or Creating a Family History Book: Guidance for Assembling
and Printing a Family Keepsake).