The Genealogist's Internet
Publisher: The National Archives
Paperback, 416 pages
Published: February 2009
This is a comprehensive introduction and guide to researching British family history on the Internet.
The internet is an invaluable resource for anyone researching a family tree, but the sheer volume of information can make starting your search confusing and time-consuming. This fourth edition of the best-selling The Genealogist?s Internet contains everything you need to know about family history on the Web. It describes:
- major web sources of primary data for family historians
- discussion groups and mailing lists devoted to genealogy
- ways to find people with your surname or ancestors
- information and services provided by genealogical organisations
- how to publish your own family history on the Web
This much-expanded edition contains a wealth of new material, including:
- the 1911 census
- new digitisation projects, including FamilySearch Indexing
- The impact of blogging, podcasting, social networking and book digitisation
- expanded coverage of occupations and professions
- the rise of online sharing: DNA matching, photo sharing and interactive mapping
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