Genealogy Adventures

Writing and Publishing Your Family History – Part 1 of 4: Understand Your Story

Writing your family’s story might seem like a daunting task. However, just like genealogical research and…

Writing and Publishing Your Family History – Part 2 of 4: Choose Your Plot

The plot is the foundation of a story. It's the focal point around which a writer…

Writing and Publishing Your Family History – Part 3 of 4: Choose Hero / Protagonist Type & Supporting Cast

A protagonist is always the main character in a drama. However, unlike a hero, a protagonist…

Writing and Publishing Your Family History – Part 4 of 4: Choosing Your Publishing Platform

At the time of writing this, genealogists are spoiled for choice when it comes to publishing…

Turn on. tune in. Drop Out: GA is now on iTunes, Spotify – and more!

COVID-19 has given the Genealogy Adventures crew some unexpected downtime. So we’re working on projects that…

Free webinar: Techniques for Integrating Documentary and Genetic Information in a Research Report

This lecture provides practical examples of reporting on, analyzing, correlating and integrating information from documentary and…

S03 E16: The Power of Reuniting Slavery-Disrupted Family Lines

In this episode, we chat recent discoveries that led to finding family members separated by slavery.…

S03 E14: University of Virginia’s Memorial to Enslaved Laborers with Dr. Shelley Murphy

In this episode, as we chat with our special guest, African American Research & genealogist Shelley…

S03 E13: Researching Slavery-Disrupted Family Trees with Melvin Collier

In this episode, the author, genealogist and founder of the popular Roots Revealed website (https://rootsrevealed.com/author/melvinjcollier228596363) joins…

Cracking genetic genealogy cold cases with incorrect AncestryDNA ThruLines

Happy New Year from the Genealogy Adventures team! My apologies for the lack of articles over…