[APG Public List] [TGF] New e-Book Announcement: * Online State Resources forGenealogy *

Morris Simon mosimon at comcast.net
Sat Jan 29 14:59:07 MST 2011


Just peeked at the table of contents and the Alabama section, Michael. 
Promises to be a very useful research resource for years to come.

Morris

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> New e-Book Announcement
>
> ONLINE STATE RESOURCES FOR GENEALOGY
> compiled by Michael Hait
>
> [From the Introduction]
>
> "The emergence of the Internet has led to many online resources for
> genealogical research. Subscription genealogy websites, such as Ancestry,
> Footnote, GenealogyBank, and others, have grown to fill the market for
> record indexes and images online. Free genealogy sites, such as 
> Find-A-Grave
> and the U. S. GenWeb Project, have employed the work of tireless 
> volunteers
> over the years to provide record transcriptions online at no cost.
> FamilySearch, a product of the Family History Library in Salt Lake City,
> aspires to combine the best of both, providing record indexes and images
> online at no cost.
>
> "None of these sites will be examined in this book.
>
> "Many researchers are unaware of the sheer volume and variety of records
> that have been brought online, at no cost, by government agencies and 
> others
> active in individual towns, counties, and states. This book will provide a
> directory to sites that offer record images and indexes nationwide,
> including state archives; state libraries; state health departments; 
> county
> clerks; historical societies; genealogical societies; university 
> libraries;
> public libraries; and others."
>
>
> This e-book contains active links to over 2,000+ separate online resources
> available for all 50 states and the District of Columbia. It is available
> exclusively as a PDF downloadable e-book, so that all you have to do is
> click on the links to access the websites described.
>
>
> Price:  $15.00
>
> To purchase, visit:
> http://www.lulu.com/content/e-book/online-state-resources-for-genealogy/10107400
>
>
>
> Michael Hait
> michael.hait at hotmail.com
> http://www.haitfamilyresearch.com
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