Today is April 27th, 2020 and we have some amazing freebies and deals to let you in on. Read here to learn about genealogy education freebies, DNA kit sales, and much more!
FREE Access to 250,000 U.S. Yearbooks at MyHeritage in Living Color
A couple months ago, MyHeritage announced a new feature called MyHeritage In Color™. It allows users to colorize their old family photos automatically and it was a BIG hit. Now, they have colorized over 250,000 U.S. yearbooks, which include 290 million names in 36 million yearbook pages, covering the years 1890 – 1979! (See my dad, Arthur Bowser, in the above picture from his 1964 H.S. Yearbook!)
Usually, accessing the yearbook collections on MyHeritage requires a subscription. But now through May 23, 2020, anyone can access the yearbooks for FREE, without even having to sign up.
Give it a TRY NOW and see who you can find!
MyHeritage DNA Sale for $39
It’s not too late. MyHeritage Stay-at-Home DNA sale is still going on through the 30th of April. Get the MyHeritage DNA test kit for only $39.00. That is an AMAZING discount, folks! Buy 2 or more and you can get free shipping as well. Click on the image below to make your purchase today! (This price is for U.S. customers only. Shipping and handling fees not included in sale price.)
The DNA Guide for Adoptees on Sale Now
My friends and colleagues Shannon Combs Bennett and Brianne Kirkpatrick are the amazing authors of this terrific guide for adoptees. Their book has been a lifeline to many as they navigate the ins and outs of DNA testing while on the search for birth family connections.
The Round Tuit Online Genealogy Educational Series Continues
If you haven’t heard about the new series from Vivid-Pix Education, you are in for a treat. Vivid-Pix has teamed up with host Dan Earl and 16 of their favorite pro genealogists to provide two online classes each week…it’s called Round Tuit! These classes cover a variety of topics in a fun and light-hearted way. The cost of registration is $1.99. If you miss one of their live sessions, no problem. You can rent the recorded version for the same price!
To see the entire list of guest genealogists and their topics and dates, click here.
Here’s what’s coming up this week:
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