Genealogy from the perspective of a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (Mormon, LDS)

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

Using YouTube Videos For Family History

Of course, I am presently very much involved in videos. I will be doing seven webinars during the month of September, all of which will ultimately be uploaded to the BYU Family History Library YouTube Channel. The BYU Family History Library presently has 176 videos, but we have been uploading an average of almost one new video a day and so this number will change daily. Of course the BYU Family History Library is not the only genealogically related channel on Here is a list of some of more popular channels.

and many, many more. 

Interestingly, is blocked in the WiFi access available is chapels of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints even though there are a huge number of church videos also on the website.

Here are a few of the videos uploaded recently by the BYU Family History Library.

State-land States vs Public Land States for Genealogists - James Tanner

Searching Beyond Google with Search Engines and Portals - James Tanner

When Your Family History is "All Done" - Temple Work Through Desendancy Research - Kathryn Grant

African American Research by Rayanne Melick

Please remember to subscribe to the BYU Family History Library YouTube Channel by clicking on the "Subscribe" link on the Channel page.

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