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A Beginner's Guide to Finding Your Ancestors
Have you always wanted to find out more about your family and where you came from, but never knew where to begin? Look no further - Family History 101 will teach you proven techniques to help you uncover the names, dates, and stories that lie in your past.
You will be eased into family history with:Straightforward tips on tapping the power of the internet. Checklists, forms, case studies, and illustrations that make getting started fun and easy. Guidance on maximizing existing information, finding more, and what it all means. Tips and techniques for recording and sharing all the wonderful family data you will uncover.
Newcomers to genealogy, schoolteachers, and anyone interested in uncovering the fascinating roots of their family tree will appreciate the reliable, step-by-step instruction and dependable approach to the basics provided by Family History 101 . Start learning about the past and your family's place in it today!
This handy guide is a beginner's primer to genealogy. For those new to the hunt, plenty of basic research tips are supplied. After outlining the most fruitful starting points, the author provides information on recording data, surfing the Web in search of relevant information, separating facts from fiction, and accessing the most likely places to locate records. Though seasoned family historians will have progressed well beyond these basic suggestions, novices wondering where and how to undertake the task will appreciate having the fundamentals succinctly laid out for them. --Margaret Flanagan Copyright 2005 Booklist