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FINDING YOUR ROOTS: HOW TO TRACE YOUR ANCESTORS AT HOME AND ABROAD by Jeane Eddy Westin (Tarcher/Putnam). Westin's updated book is the best friend a new family historian can have. Well organized and well researched, Finding Your Roots shows the reader how to make genealogy fun rather than drudgery--how to stay organized, the secret of keeping yourself from feeling as if you're up a family tree rather than building one.

GENEALOGY ONLINE FOR DUMMIES by Matthew L. Helm and April Leigh Helm (IDG). With its catchy prose, the book is an easy-to-read but thorough introduction to computer genealogy and a valuable...

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