Annotations for Genealogist's Internet


Baker & Taylor
Presents a information on researching British family history on the Internet.

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McMillan Palgrave
Explores the major sources of data available to family historians online and highlights some of the most useful directories and gateways. Suitable for those starting out and for experienced researchers, this title features URLs and the recent developments online in areas such as births, marriages and deaths indexes.


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McMillan Palgrave
This practical guide explores the major sources of data available to family historians online and highlights the most useful directories and gateways. Suitable for those starting out and for experienced researchers, "The Genealogist's Internet" features fully updated URLs and all the recent developments online in areas such as births, marriages and deaths indexes; the expansion in census records and wills online; DNA testing and surname studies; genealogy blogs; changes in search engines; and, historical maps and photographs. Use it to contact others with the same surname or to access the numerous genealogical forums, discussion groups, mailing lists and newsgroups to help in your own research.This up to the minute 4th edition includes the following - the launch of the 1911 census; the expansion of genealogical services; prospects for the digitisation of civil registration; the many new projects and datasets on the FamilySearch site; new passenger lists and other migration records; digitised out of copyright books; new ways of putting your family tree online; the rise of online sharing - DNA matching, photo-sharing, social bookmarking; and, expanded coverage of occupations and professions.


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