Gathering information from sources that can't be visited personally is a problem for all genealogists. Long-Distance Genealogy is designed to help armchair researchers overcome this unavoidable problem. Readers will begin by addressing the basics of starting a long-distance search. Next they'll learn what types of records and publications can be accessed from a distance, problems associated with the process, how to network, how to use computer resources and special last resort options. In doing so, they'll discover that just because information is far away, doesn't mean it's out of reach. Selling points: Large percentage of genealogists are armchair researchers; Shows how to utilize a broad range of sources including family correspondence, depository records, records published on CD-ROM or available via the Internet.
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Review: Long Distance GenealogyUser Review - Denise - Goodreads
A great book. It covers all the resources available for record searches and I learned a lot. A great foundational book to get started with. I read the library's copy and I'm thinking about getting my own copy as a great resource. Read full review