By Nicky Smith, from the BYU FHL webinar series.
Beyond the Index--Michael John Neill's Articles in the Ancestry Daily News
Organizing by Place
With some thought, some analysis, and some time, a map may help you notice more than you expect about your ancestor and his family.
This article describes what plat books are, how to locate them, and how to use them in genealogical research.
Where is That?
This article describes some on and offline ways to locate places that no longer exist, or barely exist.
Digging Deeper into Maps and Mapping Programs (YouTube)
By James Tanner, from the BYU FHL webinar series.
Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for Genealogists (YouTube)
By Blake Gulbransen, from the BYU FHL webinar series.
Locating Your Ancestors Exactly From Maps and Gazetteers (YouTube)
Mapping Your Ancestors (YouTube)
Metes & Bounds on Google Earth (YouTube)
Place Your Ancestors: Your Guide to Using Atlases, Maps & Gazetteers
A guide to help you locate and use maps, atlases and gazetteers in your genealogical research.
Understanding Maps for Genealogists (YouTube)
Using Historic Maps for Your Genealogy
Article from Geni.com.
Using Maps in Genealogy
From the U. S. Geological Survey
YouTube Channel - BYU Family History Library
This is a collection of 12 webinars on using maps for Family History Research.
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