Genealogy Online

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Computers - 404 pages
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Find your roots! This effective hands-on resource explores the vast world of ancestry-related networks, Web sites, and online services, explaining which ones best suit your purposes. Learn to organize your search, where to begin, where to go on the Web, and how to use chat rooms, mailing lists, and Usenet effectively.

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Much has changed in the world of electronic genealogy since the last edition of Crowe's guide to genealogy in 2001, and this new edition aptly reflects that change. While still addressing the basics ... Read full review

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Good information, although sadly it hasn't seemed to make much difference to my skill level in this field of endeavor. Maybe over time? Read full review


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About the author (2003)

Elizabeth Powell Crowe (Huntsville, AL) has been pursuing genealogy for more than 20 years. Her previous editions of Genealogy Online have sold a combined total of nearly 200,000 copies. In the past she has worked as an editor for numerous genealogy- or technology-related publications including Computer Currents magazine, Valley Leaves, LeDespencer magazine, and the Computers in Genealogy newsletter. Crowe conducts genealogy workshops in her home state of Alabama, and has been a regular guest on the Dear MYRTLE Family History Internet Radio Show and other genealogy-related programs. Additionally, she contributes monthly columns to Genealogical Computing magazine and the World Wide Seniors Web site.

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