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Genealogy Online for Dummies
(For Dummies)
By Matthew L. Helm, April Leigh Helm

Building your family tree in Cyberspace or just searching online for a bit of history about your ancestors? Whether you're corresponding with far-flung relatives or tracking down elusive family records around the world, a treasure trove of information on family histories is at your fingertips when you log onto the Internet. The trick to finding all that information is knowing where to look. From the foundations of finding family information online to the fundamentals of tracking down public records, maximizing online resources, and creating your own family Web pages, here's the best resource guide to sorting through all the genealogical information available across the Internet. Genealogy Online For Dummies is packed with sound advice, helpful tips, and dozens of selected starting points to begin researching your family history online. Plus, Genealogy Online For Dummies features trial versions of genealogy software (including the popular Family Tree Maker 4.0) and Web-authoring programs on the bonus CD-ROM that accompanies the book.

Genealogy Online: Millennium Edition
By Elizabeth Powell Crowd

All new information--This update brings a wealth of new sources of information to readers including 50 great sites to start your genealogical search and complete coverage of Family Tree Maker. Updated and revised--Additional updates include complete revisions of the major online service and detailed information on how to access the Library of Congress' vast sources of information. All levels of users--This book not only covers online genealogy, but also has a strong introduction to online life. It examines hardware and connections, software, FTP, Usenet, mail lists, and Internet etiquette.

The Complete Idiot's Guide to Genealogy
(Complete Idiot's Guide To...)
By Christine Rose, Kay Germain Ingalls, Contributors

Learn how to unlock the mysteries of your past with the help of this easy guide. The book features the basic techniques needed to conduct a search, including how to gather names, dates, places, relationships, and family documents. Readers will also learn valuable tips on using genealogy computer programs. Includes interview sheets & sample census forms.

A Beginner's Guide to Family History and Genealogy
By Jim Willard, Terry Willard, Jane Wilson, Contributors

This is a book that lists page after page of addresses for each state of places to write to which is great for anyone researching in the States but really doesn't help those of us who have no American ancestors.

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