Genealogy Online: Researching Your Roots

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Windcrest/McGraw-Hill, 1995 - Brother's Keeper (Computer file) - 280 pages
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Crowe covers everything amateur and professional genealogists need to know to research their heritage online, including hardware and software, national and international networks, and popular online genealogy forums. Disk includes Brother's Keeper, the popular shareware genealogy program, and all the book's resource listings.

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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 (1995)

Elizabeth Powell Crowe has been pursuing and writing about genealogy for more than 30 years. Her work has appeared in CivilWar Times, PCWorld, CNet, Digital Genealogist, and other publications and websites. She is the bestselling author of previous editions of this book.

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