Monday, March 13, 2006

Preview Issue of "Internet Genealogy"

special 24-page preview issue of Internet Genealogy in PDF format
Download Internet Genealogy Preview Issue

a new magazineto be published sixtimes annually by the publishers of Family Chronicle and History Magazine.

Introductory Subscriptions for Ancestry Daily Readers: "Download a free preview issue in PDF format. Use your browser's button to return to this page after downloading, or re-enter from your original e-mail message containing this link if you wish to subscribe at the special rate detailed below.

For a limited time, the publisher of Internet Genealogy is offering a special Introductory Subscription Rate of $20 US or $23 CDN for one year (six issues).
This is a significant saving off the regular newsstand price of $5.95 US or $6.95 CDN. The regular subscription rate for one year will be $28 US or $32 CDN. This special rate is only available on orders from the US or Canada.
We are also offering a special introductory rate for our online edition (PDF format): $15 "

Contents of First (April/May 2006) Issue:
Net Notes: 100,000 Canadian Home Children, Shaw's Dublin City Directory for 1850, Boston Passenger Manifests 1848-91

Genealogical Googling: Dan Lynch tells us how to get the best out of this important search engine

The Irish Census: Marc Skulnick looks at the imminent arrival of the 1911 Irish census online
ArchiveGrid: Martha L. Brogan describes a new database that shows great promise

Case Study: William Pennington: Rick Crume explores an 18th-century colonist's origins and his family ties

Linkpendium: Lisa Alzo looks at a website with over three million genealogical links

What You Should Know: Halvor Moorshead gives a crash course for those new to genealogy
Successful Searching Strategies: Marc Skulnick consults the experts on getting the most out of the ‘net
Top Places to Start Your Research: Janice Nickerson describes some essential websites

Top 10 Websites for Polish Genealogy: Donna J. Pointkouski looks at several sites for those exploring Polish roots

Ancestry's Canadian Records: Elizabeth Lapointe takes a look at this recently launched service

Newspapers Online: Marc Skulnick looks at the ever-increasing availability of online newspapers

Genealogy Freebies: Maureen Taylor points us to some great free resources on the Internet

The Family History Library Catalog: Emily Croom describes a really useful tool for the genealogist

A2A: Access to Archives: Susan Bogan introduces an under-publicized database

llinois State Archives: Diane Richard tells us about one of the better state websites

Google Book Search: Victoria King checks out the latest on one of Google's loftier projects


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