This month, Family Tree Magazine announced the release of their 101 Best Websites for Genealogy, updated and revised for 2021. The Center for Family History was named one of the “Best African American Geneology Sites” for 2021 by the Family Tree team.
“With the online genealogy world constantly changing, it can be hard to keep up with what websites and tools are the most useful,” said Family Tree Magazine Editor Andrew Koch. “That’s why our list focuses on the best of the best—the websites that will make the best use of your time and money.”
The 101 Best Websites for Genealogy list is compiled by Family Tree Magazine editors along with founding editor David A. Fryxell. The list covers a wide variety of websites and online tools for genealogy research, including websites for building family trees, finding records, exploring DNA, documenting gravesites and preserving family stories. Each entry includes the site’s name and URL, plus a summary of what makes the site great for family history researchers.
“The Center for Family History supports the museum’s goal of becoming a unique center of learning through the development of resources and programs to help individuals and families advance their understanding of their family’s history. Our listing this year speaks to the power of technology in helping families understand the role their ancestors played in shaping American history,” said Toni Carrier, director of the Center for Family at the International African American Museum.
You can find the new list by visiting https://www.familytreemagazine.com/best-genealogy-websites/
The list will appear in the July/August 2021 issue of Family Tree Magazine, which ships to magazine subscribers in June and will be available on newsstands on June 22.
About Family Tree Magazine
Family Tree Magazine is a bimonthly genealogy magazine published by Yankee Publishing, Inc., that has been providing instructional resources, how-to articles and more to family history enthusiasts for over 20 years. Family Tree Magazine covers all areas of potential interest to family history enthusiasts including genealogy research, ethnic heritage, DNA testing, family reunions, memoirs, oral history, archival preservation and more. In addition to the print magazine, Family Tree offers a website with online articles, a monthly podcast, online genealogy courses and webinars, and both weekly and daily newsletters.
About the Center for Family History
The International African American Museum Center for Family History is a one of a kind, unprecedented research center with a special focus on African American genealogy at one of our country’s most sacred sites. The Center for Family History supports IAAM’s goal of becoming a unique center of learning through the development of resources and programs to help individuals and families advance their understanding of their family’s history and the role their ancestors played in shaping American history. The center will be a part of the International African American Museum, projected to open in 2022. Until then, please enjoy our online offerings and watch for our community seminars!