For genealogists Looking for that long lost great-aunt who once lived in California, got married, and moved to Timbuktu? Well, the key to tracing your ancestry is at your fingertips or your keyboard with Genealogy Online, a book by Elizabeth Crowe including 50 sites used to conduct genealogical searches online. This comprehensive and informative book has widespread appeal for people interested in finding their roots and creating or discovering their family trees. For those who are not Internet savvy, Part 1: The Basics, provides an excellent introduction to understanding modems, software, Internet jargon, and basic tips for online searches. This step-by-step guide to online family history searches is interesting, informative, and user-friendly. And you just might find that elusive aunt after all.

comments powered by Disqus