How to Do Everything with Your Genealogy

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McGraw Hill Professional, Mar 31, 2004 - Computers - 512 pages
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Anyone interested in discovering their family genealogy should carry a copy of this book everywhere. Written by internationally recognized expert, George G. Morgan, this book is an irreplaceable resource for beginner to expert knowledge gatherers. Not only does Morgan explain how to get the search started – creating a family tree, locating and evaluating documents, selecting the appropriate hardware and software for the search – he goes steps further and dedicates an entire section to research methods and strategies where he discusses, among other topics, getting past “dead ends,” and organizing possible research travel.

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An excellent resource for beginners and experts can find much useful knowledge from this book. Read full review

Contents

Why Explore Your Genealogy?
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PART II
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Evaluate Primary vs Secondary Sources
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Copyright

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About the author (2004)

GEORGE G. MORGAN (Odessa, FL) is an internationally recognized expert in the field of genealogy and a widely published author of books, magazines, and journal articles.

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