The Internet For Genealogists:
A Beginner's Guide
This Book Includes:
- Understanding the Internet
- Getting Online
- Internet Resources for Genealogists
- Over 200 pages including index
Price $16.99 plus $3.50 s/h. California residents please add $1.55 tax.
The Internet for Genealogists: A Beginner's Guide is written for genealogists who are Internet novices yet want to harness this powerful resource. Our goal was to write in plain English, so it should be easier for you to understand.
The Internet For Genealogists: A Beginner's Guide contains:
Part I: Understanding the Internet
- In the Beginning
- So What is On The Internet for Me?
- Merging Onto the Information Superhighway
Part II - Getting Online
- Web Browsers
- Using E-mail Software
- Mail Lists
- FTP - What is it? Do I have it?
- Surfing vs. Searching
Part III - Internet Resources for Genealogists
- General Genealogy Sites
- Genealogy Megasites
- Ethnic, Foreign & Special Interest Groups
- Genealogical Software Sites
- Genealogical and Historical Societies Online
- Library & Catalog Sites
- Map & Gazetteer Sites
- Genealogy Book Stores & Publishers
- Online Databases for Genealogists
- Genealogy Tools & Training
- Writing Sources & Writing Skills
- Copyright Information
- Mail Lists, Newsgroups, & Chat Sites
- Locating Living People
- Other Computer Software Sites
- Internet Search Tools
Part IV: Where Do We Go Next?
- Where Is the Internet Headed?
- What Effect Will Internet Growth Have on Genealogy?
Appendix A: Choosing an Internet Service Provider (ISP)
- Important Considerations
- Internet Service Providers: Local and National
- Telnet Access
Appendix B: Glossary
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