Synopses & Reviews
While other guidebooks to online genealogy provide a multitude of Web sites, none of them tells readers how to use and analyze the sites themselves. The first book in the Family Tree Magazine Library, published by America's most popular family history magazine, Finding Your Roots Online breaks new ground in offering readers a step-by-step reference, with real examples, for using the Internet effectively in genealogical research. Nancy Hendrickson's structured, easy-to-follow approach covers the basics of sound genealogical research, then launches readers online armed with the proper tools for getting the most success with the least amount of frustration. They'll learn how to get the most out of Internet resources and recognize when a research problem can't be solved online.
With a structured, easy-to-follow approach, Hendrickson covers the basics of sound genealogical research then launches readers online with the proper tools for getting the most success researching on the Web with the least amount of frustration.
This title reveals the strategies for successfully researching one's family tree in the forest of Web sites, databases and search engines. It offers a step-by-step reference, with real examples, for using the internet effectively and how to recognise when a research problem can't be solved online.