Genealogy How-To Advanced

Links to how-to articles and websites.

How to Write Your Family History
Writing Your Family History - From Idea to Manuscript by Annette Madden
 
The Genwriters website provides ideas and resources to assist you with writing your family history.

Using Microsoft Office to Access the Louisiana Slave Databases
The Silver Anniversary Edition of the Journal of the Afro-American Historical and Genealogical Society (AAHGS) Vol. 21, No. 1, contains an article by Edwin B. Washington, Jr., entitled Using Microsoft Office 2000 to access the Louisiana Slave Databases. It describes how to access the data on the CD on pages 83-95 complete with details and Windows graphics. This may be of assistance to those who have been trying to access the data on the CD.

How to Create Your Genealogy Home Page
Use Cyndi's Genealogy Home Page Construction Kit (Tips, hints, links and more to help you create your personal genealogy home page!) in conjunction with the NGS Guidelines for publishing Web pages on the Internet.

How to Perform Slave Research in the State of Georgia
Consult the Georgia Slave Research Checklist in the course of slave research in the State of Georgia.

How-to Tips on Virginia Research
New Approaches to Virginia Research by Karen Clifford, AG. Court records, tax records, laws of Virginia...
 

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