Family Chronicle: the How-to Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors
If you’ve never read an issue of this bi-monthly magazine, I think you’re in for a pleasant surprise. Each issue features articles designed to help you research ancestors from a particular country, state, or locality; work with particular types of records; or generally become a better, more skillful genealogist.
For example, the September/October 2013 issue features these articles (to name just a few):
Five Reasons Why the Records Aren’t in the Courthouse (some reasons are obvious, others not so much)
Wooden Shoe Genealogy: Finding Your Dutch and Frisian Ancestors, Part I (Frisians reside in the northern parts of the Netherlands and Germany and—naturally—speak Frisian)
How to Find Dead People in Chicago (in cemeteries, of course)
Processioners’ Books (a closer look at a record with roots in medieval England)
Follow the Luther Trail (discovering your Lutheran ancestors)
You can read this magazine (and other issues of this title, plus numerous other genealogy periodicals) in the Genealogy Room at Central Library (1301 Olive Street, St. Louis, MO 63103).
Genealogy pages on the SLPL website