Netting Your Roots By Maggie

D. Joshua Taylor

Netting Your Roots

"How To" Sources
Search Engines
Finding People
Finding Data/Resources
Foreign Resources
Finding Places at RootsWeb
Genealogy & History Links
Maggie's World of Courthouse Dust & Genealogy Fever
USGenWeb Archives Newsletter


There 3 basic reasons to use the Internet in your genealogical research:
  1. "How To" Sources
  2. To Find Data/Resources
  3. To "Connect" With Others Researching the Same Surnames

For this, SEARCHABILITY is the key.


  • Robert Bickham's 26 Tips to get you Started
    in Genealogy
  • LDS Family History Center United States Research Outline
  • "How-To" Articles
  • ~ Genealogy "How-To" Guide
  • Lineage's First Steps - Genealogy for Beginners
  • DearMyrtle's Genealogy Pages
  • RootsWeb's Guide to Tracing Family Trees - Written and compiled by Julia M. Case, Rhonda McClure and Myra Vanderpool Gormley, CG
  • International Black Sheep Society of Genealogists [Do you have a black sheep in your family tree?]
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