Internet Genealogy – February/March 2010, edited Edward Zapletal; Published February/March 2010 by Moorshead Magazines Ltd.; PDF (download only) edition; 54 pp; 8.5x11; Full Color; Link to a Download is immediate and a link is also E-Mailed to you in your receipt; Item # IGFM10-PDF;
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Articles found in this issue include:
- Net Notes, Making of African American Identity; Canadian Records; Devon Wills; GenQueries; Immigration to the United States, 1789-1930; Greek Genealogy
- Irish Roots Cafe Genealogy Podcast, Cindy Thomson looks at an innovative approach to Irish genealogy
- Scottish Archives Online, David A. Norris browses through Scotland’s historical archives
- Are You Information Literate? According to George G. Morgan, understanding your resources is key to success
- Whalers, Sailors and Immigrants, David A. Norris looks at the wealth of resources available on sailing vessels
- Genealogy Society Announcements, A collection of upcoming genealogy-related events that may be of interest
- Best Canadian Genealogy Blogs, Janice Nickerson looks at some of the top blogs and newsletters for Canuck researchers
- RootsTelevison, Donna Potter Phillips checks out genealogy TV — on the ‘net!
- Top 10 French-Canadian Websites, Janice Nickerson explores the best online resources for French-Canadian research
- FamilyTree Maker 2010, Tony Bandy reviews the latest release
- Archives Normandie, David A. Norris looks at an amazing resource for Allied genealogy research
- RootsMagic 4: The Next Generation, Tony Bandy tries the newest version of the popular genealogy software
- Sign of the Times: Timeline in Genealogy, According to Diane L. Richard, there’s a simple way to chart the life of your ancestor
- If These Walls Could Speak! Donna J. Pointkouski looks at a German hauserchronik
- “Tweeting” Your Family History: Using Twitter for Genealogy, Michael Hait checks out the buzz about Twitter and how it can benefit your research
- England and Wales Criminal Registers, David A. Norris looks at a new database for ancestors on both sides of the law
- Special Delivery: State Postal History, Diane L. Richard discovers a resource for historic postmarks and postmasters
- What’s Coming in Internet Genealogy, A peek at what we are working on for future issues!
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