Genealogical.com Reference Library Subscription
In conjunction with Genealogical.com, MyGenShare.com has created the Genealogical.com
Reference Library Subscription. Have access to the most essential guidebooks, manuals,
textbooks, and desk reference resources written by leading and trusted experts in genealogy.
Each published reference text has been digitally prepared and separated into individual, easily accessible content articles. You can also view the content as a keyword searchable PDF in its original published format. In addition, the MyGenShare Links Directory, MyGenShare Genealogy Search Engine and Barry’s Blog on Genealogy are 100% Free.
View the Genealogical.com Reference Library listing of books by author and title.
Library Shelf Collection
Access the portion of the collection containing the Genealogical.com Reference Library of more than 90 of the essential guidebooks, manuals, textbooks, and desk reference resources written by leading and trusted topic experts on genealogical research. Search and find answers to thousands of questions.
Access the complete collection of training videos, slideshows, images, and podcast tutorials covering hundreds of topics that matter most to the family historian.
Historical Maps Collection
Access the complete interactive digital collection of high-resolution maps and images spanning more than 500 years, from before the sixteenth century through the early twentieth century.
View a sampling of articles and resource guides that are public domain or copy permitted, and examples of resources for genealogists and family historians.
MyGenShare Links Directory
Find over a million up-to-date links to the Internet’s genealogical treasure trove of content found on popular to obscure websites.
MyGenShare Genealogy Search Engine
The MyGenShare Genealogy Search Engine is the most comprehensive internet search engine compiling relevant results from among thousands of genealogy and family history web properties.
Barry's Blog on Genealogy
Barry’s Blog on Genealogy is about “Sharing Information to Join Generations.” Access articles, videos, slideshows, and podcasts.