Long-distance Genealogy

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Betterway Books, 2000 - Reference - 246 pages
Explains how to locate and obtain family records and documents from libraries, family history centers, archival reposititories, microfilm, and the Internet.

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I have used this book many times. It is a good reference for beginners and veterans alike. Not only does it give you some ideas where to write, but it also gives a sample letter in each section. This was a real help to me since I sometimes have a hard time starting a letter. Read full review

Long-distance genealogy

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Aimed specifically at beginners and those who may be limited to "armchair" research, this book starts by covering the basic principles of genealogical research and the various types of records to be ... Read full review


Some Basics of Genealogy
Some Basics of Letter and EMail Writing
LongDistance Research Begins at Home

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