[bksvol-discuss] Re: anyone know of any books in our collection on how to do genealogy and family history research?

Hi,

I am a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  You are 
right Anne that geneaology is important to us. ;-))

Anyone can go to familysearch.org and find tons of resources for doing 
geneaological work.  There are getting started guides and advanced guides as 
well.  It is all free.



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From: "Ann Parsons" <akp@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, July 01, 2009 2:29 PM
To: <bksvol-discuss@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [bksvol-discuss] Re: anyone know of any books in our collection 
onhowto do genealogy and family history research?

Hi all,

Sorry, I couldn't find anything on Geneology for Bookshare, but I may be 
looking in the wrong places.  I went to Google and found a ton of stuff. 
Have any friends who are members of the LDS church?  Ask them.  They have 
some of the best geneology stuff in the world.  It's important to them.  Has 
to do with their religion I guess.  Me, I don't understand it.  I'm 
Catholic, so have only the vaguest understanding.  I do know, though, that 
those are the people to ask if you're looking for geneological data.

Ann P.
On Wed, Jul 01, 2009 at 11:48:58AM -0600, Rik James wrote:
> Does anyone know of any books in our collection on how to do genealogy and 
> family history research?
> I have done some Searches in our online engine but have not found any as 
> yet.
> I am trying to do it but would like a road map to read, when I am not 
> actually doing the hunting.
>
> Books or any other text source that someone knows about where I did not 
> actually have to scan but could just grab and read is what I am hoping to 
> find.
>
> Meanwhile, hope you all have plans to enjoy the upcoming holiday.
> I think in my town there are two political opposition groups planning a 
> parade.
> I'll either join in with the "gay loggers" group or I'll stay home and 
> have my headphones on so I don't hear all the firecrackers. I really do 
> not enjoy that part of the 4th of July tradition at all.  And it scares 
> all the animals in the neighborhood. The animal shelter is usually just 
> plum full of poor scared runned off critters.
>
> Thanks
> Rik
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