Publish your family history

WeRelate – Wiki genealogy website

WeRelate provides genealogy tools and data. It differs from from most family tree websites because it takes a shared approach to genealogy. Those who contribute to WeRelate are helping to build a unified family tree containing the best information from…

WikiTree – The Free Family Tree

A community of genealogists sharing a mission to connect the human family on one free and accurate tree using traditional genealogy and DNA testing. WikiTree balances privacy and collaboration so that living people can connect on one world tree to…

The Next Generation of Genealogy Sitebuilding (TNG)

This program is a powerful way to manage and display your genealogy data on your own web site, all without generating a single page of static HTML. Instead, your information is stored in MySQL database tables and dynamically displayed in…

FamilySearch – Family Tree

Family Tree offers a new way to organise and preserve your family history research online. It is freely available to everyone but you will need to sign in before you can start. Family Tree allows you to: • See what…

Geni

A genealogy and social networking website. Geni’s vision is to create the world’s single family tree. The basic free service allows users to add their family tree and invite their close relatives to view and share. All Geni users can…

Who Owns Genealogy? Cousins and Copyright

This excellent article, by Gary B. Hoffman, explores the tricky question of who owns a compiled genealogy. The one who compiled it? The one who possesses a copy? The one whose ancestors are the subject of the compilation?

Thorpe-Bowker – Official ISBN Agency for Australia

The ISBN (International Standard Book Number) is a unique code for the identification of printed books and other material.  A book can be found by its ISBN and the title data connected with it, long after the publisher has ceased…

Australian Copyright Council

This site has everything you need to know about copyright. It provides easily accessible and affordable practical, user-friendly information, legal advice, education and forums on Australian copyright law for content creators and consumers.

GenWriters

This US site focuses on writing family histories and aims to help the genealogist turn facts into real people by showing them how to add social history elements to genealogy research.