FREE E-Book: The Best of Discover Your Roots from Family Tree Magazine

FREE EBOOK! The Best of Discover Your Roots from Family Tree Magazine is an annual guide to getting started in genealogy research
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UPDATE Friday, October 13th: Many experienced problems downloading the free book The Best of Discover Your Roots. Family Tree Magazine has corrected the issue and has offered an apology:

Our Apologies!

Due to a technical issue you were not able to download your free eBook, The Best of Discover Your Roots when you entered your email address. We have fixed the issue and here is your free copy of The Best of Discover Your Roots!

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The Family History Month celebration continues over at Family Tree Magazine with this FREE EBOOK! Check out The Best of Discover Your Roots:

“Discover Your Roots is an annual guide to getting started in genealogy research, with articles written by seasoned genealogists sharing how to best research your ancestors, make the use of online resources, tips for organizing your research and more. Family Tree University has pulled the most popular articles from the last few years of Discover Your Roots and put them into this eBook, The Best of Discover Your Roots. This free eBook contains all of the best secrets from Discover Your Roots, with something to help any genealogist in their family tree research.”

Download The Best of Discover Your Roots for articles about how to read a family bible and use it in genealogy research, how to access microfilmed genealogical records, and many ideas and tips on organizing your family tree research with genealogy software or apps like Evernote. Learn from the pros by reading our Ancestry.com Quick Guide, with insider tricks to finding ancestors on Ancestry.com.

Click HERE to download The Best of Discover Your Roots for articles about how to read a family bible and use it in genealogy research, how to access microfilmed genealogical records, and many ideas and tips on organizing your family tree research with genealogy software or apps like Evernote. Learn from the pros by reading our Ancestry.com Quick Guide, with insider tricks to finding ancestors on Ancestry.com.

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