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Genealogy online, 8th ed.


Genealogy online, 8th ed.

Crowe, Elizabeth Powell.



426 pages




After reviewing the rules of online etiquette, ethics, and privacy, this authoritative guide explains how to navigate search engines and vital records offices to find familial ancestors, and recommends the best websites for discovering family history information, such as the LDS databases, Ellis Island records, and the National Genealogical Society. The eighth edition is fully revised with updated information on current websites and online resources.

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