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Yourfamily recommends... "The Handybook for Genealogists"

The highly anticipated 10th edition of Everton's Handybook for Genealogists is one of the most valuable genealogy bibliography collections currently available. It is an indispensable resource for any genealogist attempting to begin finding ancestors using the county record system of the United States.

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Genealogical Resources on the Web

Our list of genealogical resources contains tried-and-true links to surname web sites, genealogical web resources, and records on the web. There's something for everyone -- whether you're a beginner looking for a good place to start or an experienced investigator seeking specialized research sources.

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Developing a Family Homepage

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