How to Find Your Family History in Newspapers by Lisa Louise Cooke - Digital Download
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If you're interested in learning more about your family history, you've probably heard of several people say "be sure to check old newspapers!" Sounds great, right? But which newspapers were around back then? And where are they now? This book provides you with a fool-proof research process and is stuffed with everything you need for genealogical success:
- Step by Step Instructions
- Worksheets and Checklists
- Tons of Free Online Resources
- Websites that are worth Shelling Out a Few Bucks For
- A Massive Amount of Location Specific Websites (International)
- A Case Study that Puts It All to the Test
What Others Have to Say About How to Find Your Family History in Newspapers:
"As a veteran of research and libraries, I found all sorts of nuggets and new resources. Beginners will find an embarrassments of riches, including an impressive appendix with a comprehensive list of online routes to national and local newspapers. This is as close as you'll get to one-stop shopping for learning about historical newspaper research." - Steven Luxenberg, Washington Post associate editor and author of Annie's Ghosts.
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Copyright: Lisa Louise Cooke (Standard Copyright License)
File Format: PDF Download
File Size: 7.68 MB
Lisa Louise Cooke is the owner and CEO of Genealogy Gems, a multi-media production company. She is the producer and host of the popular online family history audio show The Genealogy Gems Podcast, as well as the monthly Family Tree Magazine Podcast. Her podcasts bring genealogy news, research strategies, expert interviews and inspiration to family historians in 75 countries.
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