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Ancestry Magazine 2004 to 2009 Back Issues Available Free at Google e-Books

Ancestry Magazine 2004 to 2009 Back Issues Available Free at Google e-Books

I was thrilled to discover that back issues of Ancestry magazine from 2004 to 2009 are now available for free download at Google e-Books. This is just one of several magazine titles for which Google e-Books is making back issues available online – on numerous subject matters. Ancestry magazine is about genealogy and family tree […]

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My Top 29: Best Christmas Gifts for the Avid Genealogist

My Top 29: Best Christmas Gifts for the Avid Genealogist

  Are you struggling to find the perfect Christmas gift for the beloved Genealogist in your family? Unsure where to start looking? Here is a list of the best genealogy products from a wide range of categories and price ranges. At the very least, it should provide some inspiration.   Flip-Pal Mobile Scanner The one […]

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My Top Ten: Best World-Wide Genealogy and Ancestry Websites

My Top Ten: Best World-Wide Genealogy and Ancestry Websites

After almost twenty years of genealogy research, there are certain sites that have become my ‘go to’ sites for certain aspects of my genealogy research. I thought it might be helpful for me to post my favorites for the benefit of others. I have also included a description of the reasons why these sites have […]

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Google Reaches Settlement with Publishers While Negotiations With Authors Are Still Pending

Google Reaches Settlement with Publishers While Negotiations With Authors Are Still Pending

One of my favorite resources for genealogy research has been Google e-books. The status of this invaluable online library of e-books has been up in the air due to an ongoing dispute between both authors and publishers against Google. A settlement has been reached between Google and the publishers, ending the long-standing lawsuit that had […]

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eBooks from Google eBooks and Internet Archive Are a Researcher’s Gold Mine!

eBooks from Google eBooks and Internet Archive Are a Researcher’s Gold Mine!

I believe in using primary sources as much as possible in my genealogy research. This is the only way to be sure the data is 100% accurate and safe to use. Anyone looking at the sources in my genealogy database (see right sidebar link) will see that I consistently categorize the sources I use according […]

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Christine Blythe
Empty Nest Genealogy
Chilliwack , British Columbia , V2P 5B9Canada
genealogy, ancestry, family tree, research, transcriptions, sources, images, data

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