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Family Chronicle magazine is a great "how-to" genealogy magazine with a reputation for solid editorial, presented in a highly attractive, all-color format. They'll be happy to send you a free trial issue. Just go to their site, here:
Then check out the "Free Trial Offer" in the right column. You can't beat the price!
Heritage Books is a leading publisher of genealogy books, with almost 2,000 titles in print in paper and electronic formats. You can check out their site at:
At their site you can check out their catalog, as well sign up to receive their print catalog or one of several newsletters. Check 'em out!
Eastman's Online Genealogy Newsletter is a weekly electronic publication that focuses on the technology available today for use in researching family trees. A typical edition might include articles about genealogy-related Web sites, CD-ROM databases, software or DNA analysis developments. The newsletter regularly includes current events, such as upcoming genealogy conventions or pending legislation that may impact the genealogical community. It also will occasionally expose "surname scams" and sometimes contains articles about more esoteric topics, such as using satellite mapping to locate old cemeteries. And it's free!
You can obtain a copy of the "New England Historical Genealogical Society" sales catalog by visiting their site, here:
Their catalog lists titles published by NEHGS and Newbury Street Press, as well as charts and forms, preservation supplies, children's books, research guides, resources for tracing ancestors in the U.S. and abroad, software, CD-ROMs, genealogies, and local histories. Lots of good stuff!
|Jennifer Mathes, Ph.D.|