Genealogy 101 is a book dedicated to making family history research easy. This book is designed for absolute beginners. This books takes the reader through a step-by-step introduction to genealogy.
The reader will learn how to organize themselves. Then, they will prepare to interview family members in order to start a family tree. Next, readers will look at low-cost and free online tools are available to perform your research.
Once we discuss family records, we will review the most common records. These documents each have crucial information for making family connections. The author provides additional resources and historical context for ethnic group research as well. The last chapter is focused on DNA. This is a plain English overview of DNA and how it relates to genealogy.
The e-book is FREE on Kindle Unlimited. If you purchase the paperback version of the book for $15.99, the e-book is FREE (even without Kindle Unlimited).
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Nicole Green is a true genealogy enthusiast. You can often find her at a local genealogy library, nose-deep in an old book or tirelessly searching online databases. When she is not researching family history, she is walking her dogs, reading, or watching the latest Netflix show.