Finding Your Family on the Internet: The Ultimate Guide to Online Family History Research

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Silverleaf Press, 2006 - Computers - 254 pages
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This beginner's guide to finding family history online takes readers through a simple, step-by-step process to help fill the gaps and holes in one's family network. Complete with a section of reviewed and recommended genealogy websites, this resource provides guidance on how to maximize the benefits of the Internet while avoiding less-than-reputable and unreliable sites. Peppered with amusing but encouraging personal stories, the author calls upon more than 30 years of genealogy experience to help readers hunt down their ancestral lines from all of the major countries of the world.

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Contents

The Internet Boom l
3
Choosing Your Software
9
Entering Your First Names
19
Copyright

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About the author (2006)

\Michael Otterson is a genealogy advisor with professional training in journalism and public relations. He lives in Farmington, Utah.

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