Tuesday, November 16, 2010
More than anything most people seem to want to find most, if not all, of their family information online. This isn't possible of course. However, online tools are more and more helpful in your search. A book that can help you in this endeavor is the ninth edition of Genealogy Online by Elizabeth Powell Crowe. (copyright 2011 McGraw-Hill Companies). There are 4 parts: The Basics, General Genealogy, The Nitty Gritty, The Appendixes. There's a chapter comparing various software programs for tracking your family research, chapters on using social networking to your advantage, sites to find names, dates, and places, and a host of other helpful information. This new book is part of our circulating collection and can be found on our new materials shelf the next couple of months. Gen 025.069291 CRO.