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These genealogy books are about doing genealogy research online. They contain the myriad of resources becomming available for genealogy research on the internet. To order any of the books below or for detailed information, click on the book title or the book cover. Note that the prices shown are our most recent update of's prices. The actual price is dictated by
Click to view details of this book The Genealogy Forum on America Online: The Official User's Guide
by George G. Morgan, George W. Morgan
$15.96 288 pages Paperback (November 1998)
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Click to view details of this book Genealogy Online
by Elizabeth Powell Crowe, Bill Mann
$19.99 256 pages Paperback (September 1998)
he complete AOL guide to genaology. Elizabeth Powell Crowe has teamed-up with Bill Mann to bring the 11 million AOL users all of the details of how to make the most of AOL, the Internet, and the WWW to search out the family tree.

Click to view details of this book Genealogy Online for Dummies (For Dummies)
by Matthew L. Helm, April Leigh Helm
$19.99 384 pages Paperback - Bk&Cd-Rom edition (May 1998)
Explaining how to use the home computer to maintain and publish one's genealogy information, this book contains a helpful directory to great sites for collecting genealogy information from the World Wide Web, newsgroups, mailing lists, and online service providers. The CD-ROM contains the software for connecting to a selected online service. 150 illustrations.

Click to view details of this book Genealogy Online : Researching Your Roots : Web Edition
by Elizabeth Powell Crowe
$19.96 464 pages Paperback (September 1997)
The Internet makes it incredibly easy to trace your roots-all that's required is a modem and this guide! In this timely update of her best-seller, Elizabeth Crowe emphasizes the World Wide Web and its treasure trove of genealogical resources. First-timers and experts alike will adore this Web-enhanced roadmap to researching family history. It delivers user-friendly guidance on related software and hardware (including WebTV. . .local and worldwide networks. . .online library card catalogs. . .genealogy forums on AOL, CompuServe, MSN, and Prodigy. . .and more). There's even a special chapter for seniors.

Click to view details of this book Genealogy Via the Internet : Tracing Your Family Roots Quickly and Easily : Computerized Genealogy in Plain English
by Ralph Roberts
$10.36 192 pages Paperback (December 1997)
The Internet and the World Wide Web have made searching family histories fast, fun, and easy. In this humorous and informative book, readers will find genealogical programs, resources available through the Internet, and online databases where one can search for family information.

Click to view details of this book The Internet for Genealogists : A Beginner's Guide (4th Edition)
by Barbara Renick, Richard S. Wilson
$13.59 192 pages Paperback (August 1998)
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Click to view details of this book Netting Your Ancestors : Genealogical Research on the Internet
by Cyndi Howells
$19.95 182 pages Paperback (September 1997)
Nobody knows how to trace ancestors on the Internet like Cyndi Howells. Her award-winning site, "Cyndi's List of Genealogy Sites on the Internet," has links to over 23,000 genealogy sites in cyberspace. Her new book, NETTING YOUR ANCESTORS, provides first-hand answers to the key questions about genealogical research on the Internet: How do I get online? What type of hardware do I need? What kind of information is available? And so on. The heart of the volume concerns the three most useful components for genealogical research: E-mail, Mailing Lists and Newsgroups, and the World Wide Web. Within each chapter, sections are devoted to software requirements, guidelines, and the basic workings of each component, along with tips for researchers who have already been online for a while.

Click to view details of this book Virtual Roots : A Guide to Genealogy and Local History on the World Wide Web
by Thomas Jay Kemp
$19.96 279 pages Paperback (July 1997)
Virtual Roots is the road map to genealogy and local history sites on the internet! There are more than 30 million sites of the World Wide Web. This book guides the reader along the information highway and focuses on the sites that will be most helpful to genealogists and local historians. This premier printed guide lists sites of the best archives, libraries, institutions, genealogical and historical societies, and family associations around the worldthe ones that provide census indexes, genealogical data, bibliographies, and other solid information that genealogists want. For each listing, Virtual Roots gives the URL, e-mail address, complete mailing address, and phone and fax numbers. Virtual Roots, is a must for World Wide Web users interested in researching genealogy and local history. This volume eliminates random net-surfing, saving researchers both time and money.

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