- Sort by Default Order
Organizing genealogy research is essential to preserve your hard work.
• Can’t find the records you know you have? • Lost in a sea of digital files, photographs & paper? • Need to organize new records you're finding? • Searching for a better way to organize your work?
Organizing Genealogy Research Using Archival Principles helps you put your family history research in order. Discover effective step-by-step strategies to organize and link your digital files and paper records. No need for color codes, numbering systems, or other complicated schemes with this archives-based system.
Ten Skills Every Genealogist Needs helps you master essential elements of genealogy research and information management.
With this Sassy Jane Genealogy Guide, you'll find new records by searching the "Deep Web," pinpoint geographic locations past and present, read old handwriting, and translate records to English.
Information management skills help you scan photos and records once. Learn how to insert information inside digital images. Enter data in your tree and name digital files consistently to organize your work.
Beginning Genealogy: Starting Your Family Tree helps you get the right start on your family research. Choose the best family tree software, learn about different kinds of genealogy records, search leading genealogy websites effectively, record your information, and organize your work as you go. Whether you are just starting out or need to clean up your tree, this Sassy Jane guide can help.