Internet Genealogy – August/September 2012, edited Edward Zapletal; Published August/September 2012 by Moorshead Magazines Ltd.; New back issue; 54 pp; Item # IGAS12; The price of this item includes postage within the United States.
50 Top Sites, For Genealogy Research
- 20 Groups You Should Follow on Twitter
- Finding Your Scottish Ancestors on the ‘Net!
- Life of a Prairie Man: Preserving Memories
- Database Gems: The Adam Matthew Group
- Two Mobile Apps Reviewed!
- Discovering PeoplePlotr
Articles found in this issue include:
- MyHeritage Mobile App Reviewed, Tony Brady reviews MyHeritage.com's mobile app
- Ancestry Mobile App Review, Tony Brady is crazy for mobile apps! Here's another from Ancestry.com
- NetNotes, Diane L. Richard highlights the World Memory Project, and Elizabeth Shown Mills' Historic Pathways
- 50+ Top Sites for Genealogy! Tony Brandy highlights over 50 websites your should know about for your genealogy research!
- Adam Matthew Group Databases, Diane L. Richard looks at two important collections: Slavery, Abolition and Social Justice, and the Virginia Company Archives
- Arthur Toepel: Defender of Liberty, Constance R. Cherba delves into the short life of 1st Lt. Arthur Toepel, WWII USAF bombardier
- The Life of a Prairie Man, Pat Javor details how she created a photo book to commemorate her father's wartime experiences
- PeoplePlotr Review, Tony Brady shows a new way to display your genealogy research
- Unlocking Pennsylvania Records, Lisa A. Alzo looks at birth and death indices now available for the state of Pennsylvania
- 20 Groups to Follow on Twitter, Gena Philibert-Ortega keys in on some important groups you should follow in Twitter
- Scots on the Internet, Amanda Epperson Ph.D., shows you where to find your Scots ancestors online
- The Back Page, Dave Obee speaks out on the importance of supporting your library
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