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Get to the roots of your personal history, using all the resources of the Internet! This edition helps you plan your research, use both offline and online tools, verify what you find, and share your results.
Previous ed.: 2008.
Description based on print version record.
Getting your act together. Brushing up on the basics ; Starting your ancestral treasure hunt ; Equipping yourself for success
Focusing on your ancestor. What's in a name? ; Bureaucracy at its best : using government sources ; Discovering ancestral homelands
Adding depth to your research. Going beyond borders : international and ethnic records ; Records off the beaten path ; Fitting into your genes : molecular genealogy
Share and share alike. Help wanted! ; Finding your online home and community
The large genealogical sites. Discovering Ancestry.com ; Exploring FamilySearch
The part of tens. Ten tools for your researching travels ; Ten design tips for your web site or blog ; Ten helpful sites for searching ; Ten tips for genealogical smooth sailing.
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