Sunday, November 15, 2020


The Genealogy Guys Learn subscription education site, is on sale from November 15 through December 31, 2020 for $69 for your first year's subscription (new subscribers only). This is our lowest price of the year! 

We currently offer 26 video and 26 written courses with new content added every month. Courses range from beginning to advanced topics. We also provide links to books and printed materials as well as links to helpful websites.

Learn from The Genealogy Guys, producers since 2005 of the longest-running genealogy podcast, expert researchers and presenters, and prolific authors. 

Our regular annual subscription is $99 and the sale price of $69 - a $30 saving-  is only good until 11:59 PM Eastern U.S. time on December 31, 2020. Take advantage of this great price by going to the website at, click the red Enroll Now box at the bottom of the screen, fill in the information requested, and add the code Holiday2020 for your discount. 

Fill the coming year with new knowledge and make some great new discoveries!

Happy Holidays!

Our Course Catalog as of November 15, 2020


  • Introduction to Genealogy
Principles of Effective Evidence Analysis
Organizing Your Research Process
All About the U.S. Federal Census
U.S. Agricultural Census Schedules
Additional Records: Beyond the Basics
Genealogy Orienteering: Using Maps to Find the RIGHT Place
Finding Archived Newspapers
Dissect Obituaries for New Clues
Clues in the News: Your Ancestors in Community Context
Colonial & Early American Land Records
Understanding Copyright and Plagiarism
Laying Out Clues in Funeral Home Records
Maximizing Your Use of
Getting Past Brick Walls
Locating and Ordering English & Welsh BMDs
Bring ‘Em Back to Life: Creating an Ancestor Profile
Transitioning to a Full-Time Genealogy Career
Planning a Successful Cemetery Research Trip
Tutorials for Vivid-Pix RESTORE (Updated)
Analyze Your Findings (Coming 12/2020)
25 Places Where Your Family Facts May Hide
Using Multiple Websites to Tandem to Solve Problems
Before You Test: Basics You Need to Know
U.S. Naturalization – 1790-1954
Using Stereographs and Vintage Postcards
The Genealogist as C.S.I.
Interview Absolutely Everyone!
Where Is the Book with My Family In It?

Videos Coming Soon:
  • Your Ancestor's FAN Club: Cluster Research to Get Past Brick Walls
  • Organizing Your Research Files
  • Organizing Your Research Trip
  • Crowdsourcing Brick Walls


Basic Genealogical Research
Intermediate Genealogical Research
Beware Other Peoples’ Family Trees!
Delayed Birth Certificates
Using the Social Security Death Index
Using Libraries’ and Archives’ Catalogs Effectively
Wills and Probate Packets
U.S. Military Records
International Classification of Diseases
Anglican Parish Registers in England
Swedish Household Examination Records
Clues from the Graveyard
Dower Law: A Case Study
Five Reasons the Records Aren’t in the Courthouse
Use Digitized Historic Maps
Developing Ancestor Stories with Diverse Evidence
Seven Essential Research Strategies
Information Literacy and Critical Thinking
Our Ancestors’ Migration Patterns: The Push and Pull Effect
U.S. Federal Census Social Statistic Schedules
Using U.S. Federal Census Mortality Schedules

Written Courses Coming Soon:
  • Circular Genealogy
  • Researching Ancestors in Railroad Records

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