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Genealogy Resource List

Genealogy Resource List

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Published by Tara Cajacob
A list of valuable resources to help you get started with your family tree. Websites with Genealogical search engines, forums and more. Interested in learning more? Visit www.leaflines.com to find out how to get started with your family history project.
A list of valuable resources to help you get started with your family tree. Websites with Genealogical search engines, forums and more. Interested in learning more? Visit www.leaflines.com to find out how to get started with your family history project.

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Published by: Tara Cajacob on Nov 17, 2012
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A few resources that will give you a good starting point for your family history research

Family Search Family Search is run by the Church of Latter Day Saints, but www.familysearch.com whether or not your family has roots in LDS, you can use this comprehensive (and free) search engine to find records. Ancestry ($) The most famous online resource and for good reason. Anceswww.ancestry.com try offers users a huge database of documentation, including the option in many cases to view the original records. But they take things a step forward by offering users the opportunity to collaborate. Rootsweb www.rootsweb.com Rootsweb is a free community put together by Ancestry. It houses message boards where members can post inquiries and it also hosts websites for city, county and state information put together by societies, organizations or individuals. For additional resources, tutorials, genealogical search engines and so forth, visit Cyndi’s List. With thousands upon thousands of links it is well known as a great resource whether you are stuck on a particular problem or simply looking for general how-to information.

Cyndi’s List www.cyndislist.com

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Evidence Explained Elizabeth Shown Mills Questions about citing sources? Look no further than this book. It is the definitive guide on how to cite and use various genealogical sources. The BCG Genealogical Standards Manual The Board of Certified Genealogists This book explains the technical details of how to compose your family history in an ethical and responsible way.

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