Family Tree Magazine on Flipster

Family Tree Magazine featured

Your library is offering another way for you to learn about genealogy and family history, for free! Family Tree Magazine is America’s #1 family history magazine. It’s the leading how-to publication for those who want to discover, preserve and celebrate their roots. It reaches beyond strict genealogy research to include ethnic heritage, family reunions, memoirs, oral history, scrapbooking, historical travel and other ways that families connect with their pasts. Family Tree Magazine strives to provide engaging, easy-to-understand instruction that empowers readers to take the next steps in the quest for their pasts—with a beginner-friendly approach that makes genealogy a hobby anyone can do.

Family Tree Magazine is available anytime, anywhere, through Flipster–along with dozens of other great titles! All you need is your library card. You can read in your browser, or download magazines to read offline with the Flipster app. Connect with Flipster here, or visit the Baker Genealogy Center to chat with a librarian and find out more.

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Miranda Ericsson

Miranda loves to talk lit! Her favorite reads are poetry, literary fiction, and speculative science fiction, and she's passionate about promoting great literature written by Kansas authors. She works with library programs that support and engage writers in our community, so ask her for more information about the Local Writers Workshop, Great Writers Right Here author fair, and Community Novel Project. Miranda is also a member of the library's Genealogy Team and Fiction Team, facilitates TALK book discussions, and co-leads the Bean There, Read That book discussion group.