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The Official Guide to Ancestry.com 2nd Edition
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George Morgan, a well-known Florida genealogist, book author, and columnist, began doing research back in the 1960s, when "research" meant many trips to the courthouse and the library and waiting for replies to correspondence. Recent, younger converts to the hobby may find it difficult to imagine such a thing, but that's how it was. Ancestry was one of the earliest multi-database resources to appear online and is now part of the Generations Network, a huge conglomerate (in genealogical terms) that includes nearly a dozen previously separate database sites, plus Family Tree Maker and Ancestry Publishing. The Ancestry site itself includes more than 23,000 databases and transcribed books, with many more being constantly added, and the company has done the online researcher the service of making the templates nearly identical that give access to them.Read more ›
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Product received as described; new edition. Completely satisfied. Was familiar with an earlier edition of book.Published 3 months ago by Carolyn M Mann
I am new to Ancestry. I look forward to getting much use from it.Published 4 months ago by Larry J. Godfrey
Somewhat difficult to follow and already outdated. Nothing remarkable about this book. What you're buying is information that is already available onsite. Read morePublished 11 months ago by phrenologist 1