Lesson 8 Articles
Google Books can be an amazing resource for beginning genealogists. Whether you are looking for information specific to your family tree, something related to a current research interest like military records or general information on genealogy; Google Books is a good place to start.
To Find Google Books:
- Go to Google.com and hit the little arrow at the top of the toolbar next to “more”
- In the drop down menu click on “Books”
You should now be Continue reading “Google Books and Your Family Tree” »
Choosing a genealogy software program really boils down to choosing the right program for you. To know this you will have to try out a few for yourself. Adding up to three generations during your test trials is a minimum time investment that will:
- Reveal the program that is the best match for you
- Give you a good idea of what your chart and reports will look like
Using this approach helped me narrow it down to the following Continue reading “Free Genealogy Software: Making Your Choice” »
Eventually most genealogy beginners are going to start thinking about a genealogy software program to record their research. There certainly are a lot of wonderful jam packed programs on the market to choose from. However, during the early stages of an ancestor hunt there is really no need to spend a lot of money (before you even have a good idea of what you want) on a Family Tree software program full of bells and whistles.