The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Genealogy

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Alpha Books, 2000 - Genealogy - 398 pages
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You're no idiot, of course. You know that back in the "old country", wherever that may be, there are probably ancient parchments listing your ancestors--and if you could go back, you could trace your lineage to its source. But when it comes to setting off on your personal expedition, time and finances keep you "rooted" in the here and now. Don't give up on discovering where you came from! The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Genealogy is a fun, easy-to-follow guide to sleuthing around cyberspace to learn about your past--a cost-effective alternative to packing a trunk and setting sail. In this Complete Idiot's Guide, you get:

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McClure is a professional genealogist specializing in New England research and computerized genealogy. She has worked for Palladium Interactive's Ultimate Family Tree Web site, was the data manager of the Genealogy RoundTable on Genie for seven years, was the forum manager for the Genealogy Forum on MSN, and is on staff at RootsWeb, the oldest genealogy Internet site.

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