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- ISBN: 9780071841108
- Physical Description: xxix, 386 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
- Edition: Tenth edition.
- Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill Education, 
|General Note:|| Includes index.
|Formatted Contents Note:|| The basics -- Beginning a genealogy project -- Software you'll need -- Using the internet for genealogy -- Genealogy education -- Revving up search engines -- Talk to me: Twitter, Skype, IM, and Google -- Fun with e-mail: mail lists, newsletters, and more -- Social networking -- Blogging your genealogy: sites, software, and more -- DNA genealogy -- The nitty gritty: places to find names, dates, and places -- Vital records and historical documents -- The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints: familysearch.org -- Ellis Island online: the American Family Immigration History Center -- Online library card catalogs and services -- International genealogy resources -- Ethnic genealogy resources -- The National Genealogical Society -- Ancestry.com and RootsWeb -- Genealogical publishing houses and their sites -- A potpourri of genealogy.
|Summary, etc.:|| "In this edition, the author assumes you know most Internet technologies and programs, and that you want to know how to use them to do your genealogy. The potential for finding clues, data, and other researchers looking for your same family names has increased exponentially in the last decade. Since 2000, push technology, streaming video, blogs, podcasts, social networking, and indexed document scans have radically changed what can be found on the Internet and how we search for it. If you feel you need formal instruction in researching family history, online courses, from basic self-paced text to college-level instruction, can now make that happen. In short, online genealogy has never been better, and it's a good time to try your hand at it!"-- Provided by publisher.
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