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A Free Web Authoring System
Would you like to create web pages for your ancestry or perhaps as a project for your local genealogy society? Every society needs a web site to both "get the word out" and also to sell the... More > publications produced by the society. For several years Microsoft FrontPage and MacroMedia's DreamWeaver have been the two most popular tools for creating Web pages. These two powerhouse programs allow almost anyone, novices as well as professional Web designers, to build nice-looking Web pages in a WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) environment. If you can use a word processor, you probably can create Web pages with either FrontPage or DreamWeaver.
These two software packages are expensive: Microsoft FrontPage has a "street price" of $175 to $200, and DreamWeaver typically sells for about $400. A newer program is now available to create Web pages. It is very powerful and yet is free of charge. I have been using the free program to create pages on this newsletter's Web site.< Less
Publishing Your Genealogy Book in Print or Online
Would you like to publish the results of your genealogy research? Does your genealogy society or family name organization want to publish data in book form? Publishing genealogy books has long been... More > an expensive proposition. Genealogy authors often have paid in advance $2,000 to $10,000 or more to a book publisher in order to have a book published. However, today those "up front" expenses can be as low as zero, thanks to online services. In fact, if your book is ready to be sent to the publisher, you might be able to make it available for sale within the next ten minutes. Would-be purchasers can order your book directly from you or your web site, from the publisher's web site, or from Amazon, Borders, or Barnes and Noble.< Less
The Official Guide to RootsWeb.com
From the former editor of the RootsWeb Review and the author of The Official Guide to Family Tree Maker 2006 comes the insider’s tour of RootsWeb.com. In it, you will learn how to put your... More > family tree online, locate valuable research resources, create successful message board posts, search effectively, connect with other users, and much more. The guide also features success stories from members of the RootsWeb community just like you. Unlock the full potential of the world’s largest, free genealogy website using the tips and tricks found only in this book.< Less
The Morrisons of Montgomery County Family Tree
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The family tree of James Alexander Morrison of Montgomery County, TN. This book enumerates James Alexander's ancestors and his descendants with over 1200 names beginning with James Morrison of... More > Scotland. This is a true genealogy treasure. If you are related in any way to the Morrison pioneers of Pennsylvania, North Carolina, and Tennessee, you will want this great collection for your family..........If you are already at my web page, Congratulations! ..... If not, to view the full "Morrison's of Montgomery County" web page, enter "www.lulu.com/harvey" in your web browser and hit enter,.....or simply click on "View This Author's Spotlight" in the upper right corner of this web page.< Less