This series features talks presented at the Family History Fireside, a twice-yearly conference sponsored by the Center for Family History and Genealogy at BYU.
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This weekly series focuses on genealogy questions submitted by viewers. Co-hosts Emily Wilbur, a professional researcher, and Darius Gray, the co-director of Freedman's Records Project, along with other family history experts field an array of e-mail...
Emily Wilbur and Darius Gray, along with other family history experts, field your e-mail questions about Native American genealogy.
Guest host Marie Taylor teaches about African American genealogy, especially the Freedman Bank Records.
Genealogy may seem daunting, but getting started is easy and rewarding. Join genealogy experts for advice on how to get started on your own family history.
A half hour show about how to get started on genealogy work hosted by genealogy experts Darius Gray and Emily Wilbur.
Darius Gray and Emily Wilbur answer genealogy-related questions about how to begin research on British ancestry.
Resources on the computer help Megan Smolenyak find cousins she didn't know she had.
Although DNA research cannot answer every genealogy question, this relatively new technology is an exciting way to connect with members of your family tree.
In this episode co-hosts Darius Gray and Emily Wilbur, expert genealogists, answer genealogy related questions about preserving family heritage. The guest host is Chris McAfee.
Examine how various compilations of revelation emerged. Scholars discuss the genealogy of the Doctrine and Covenants in use today and why some revelations were canonized while others were not.
In this episode co-hosts Darius Gray and Emily Wilbur, expert genealogists, answer viewer's questions centered around how to use the internet in genealogy research. The guest host is Kori Robbins.
Go inside a maximum security prison to meet inmates who pursue their genealogy through computers. Their stories, and the remarkable rehabilitative influence of family history, will surprise and inspire you.
Learn about the distinct challenge in researching African American records. Collette De Verge and members of the Southern California Genealogical Association share what family history and genealogy means to them as African Americans. Then, expert...
Gary Bryant, a reluctant soldier in the Vietnam War, reveals how the study of his pedigree helped him discover his ancestors' legacy of military service, giving him a sense of purpose and self-worth. In the studio, hosts Jim and Terry Willard talk...