Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Future Genealogists

Do you have younger relatives interested in Genealogy?  If so, we have four new books to help them along: Basic Genealogy for Kids, Using Technology to Find Your Family History, How to Research Your Ancestry, and Design Your Family Tree. 
  • Design Your Family Tree gives tips on how to share family history through trees, timelines, autobiographies, scrapbooks, family web sites, etc.
  • How to Research Your Ancestry shows children how to start their research into the past.
  • Using Technology to Find Your Family History helps children find websites to assist them in their search and different search strategies to use.
  • Basic Genealogy gives insight on how to begin the process of finding your ancestors.
All of these books are available at the Roy and Helen Hall Memorial Library and the John and Judy Gay library and can be checked out.  this way, you can enjoy them with your future Genealogist.  Who knows, these books may inspire the person you eventually hand down all the information you've gathered.

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