Genealogists are always looking for “dead people,” our ancestors. With the increase of genealogy sites on the Internet, quite often we head for Google to find out if there just might be some information about our elusive ancestors floating around out there somewhere. Do you know how to get the most out of Google in conducting those searches?
“The first time you went to the library you had to learn how to use the card catalog. The first time you went to the archives or a Family History Center you had to learn how to use a microfilm reader. So, you should take time to learn how to use another important research tool: Google” Read the rest of Google Tips for Genealogy: The Basics from Cyndi’s List.