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Lisa Louise Cooke
Mobile Genealogy - How to Use Your Tablet and Smartphone for Family History Research By Lisa Louise Cooke
eBook (ePub): $13.99
Whether you have an iPad, an Android tablet, or a smartphone (or all three), Mobile Genealogy will help you put them to work for your genealogy research. Mobile Genealogy picks up where genealogy and... More > tech guru Lisa Louise Cooke's book Turn Your iPad into a Genealogy Powerhouse left off, and then leaves it in the dust! Mobile Genealogy: Covers tablets, smartphones, Android, and iOS! Expands into more apps, in more depth. Provides the latest cutting-edge strategies for mobile genealogy and family history. Is loaded with more tips and tricks that make your mobile device a genealogy and family history powerhouse!< Less
Mobile Genealogy By Lisa Louise Cooke
Paperback: $19.95
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Whether you have an iPad, an Android tablet, or a smartphone (or all three), Mobile Genealogy will help you put them to work for your genealogy research. Mobile Genealogy picks up where genealogy and... More > tech guru Lisa Louise Cooke’s book Turn Your iPad into a Genealogy Powerhouse left off, and then leaves it in the dust! Mobile Genealogy: Covers tablet, smartphone, Android and iOS! Expands into more apps, in more depth Provides the latest cutting-edge strategies for mobile genealogy and family history Is loaded with tips and tricks that make your mobile device a genealogy and family history powerhouse!< Less
Dna Genealogy Bundle: 7 Quick Reference Guides By Diahan Southard
eBook (PDF): $29.95
This great bundle includes seven digital DNA for genealogy reference guides combined in one PDF. You save $11.70 over individual retail prices. 1. Getting Started Genetics for the Genealogist 2.... More > Autosomal DNA for the Genealogist 3. Y Chromosome DNA for the Genealogist 4. Mitochondrial DNA for the Genealogist 5. Understanding AncestryDNA 6. Understanding FamilyTreeDNA 7. Understanding 23andMe The author, Diahan Southard, has a background in microbiology with a talent for clear and concise explanations of complicated topics. She has been translating genetics into genealogy for 14 years and currently acts as Your DNA Guide, providing personalized personalized consultation experiences to help genealogists use DNA testing in their genealogy. Edited by Lisa Louise Cooke< Less
Myheritage Quick Guide: Genealogy and Family History Website Help 2nd Edition By Lisa Louise Cooke
eBook (PDF): $5.95
Reg. Price: $5.95. SALE PRICE $4.95. UPDATED 2nd EDITION! MyHeritage.com is one of the world’s leading online family history networks. Millions of people worldwide use it to connect with living... More > relatives, calendar events, share photos and stories, create a family tree, and search for relatives in billions of historical records and millions of family trees.It's also a great place to collaborate with others researching the same families. This guide will help you use MyHeritage.com to its full potential! you'll learn how to create a family website on MyHeritage, build your family tree, research records and other's trees, get the most from the built in search tools, quickly navigate the website, and choose the best membership plan (free or paid) for your needs.< Less
Understanding 23 and Me: A Companion Guide to Autosomal Dna for the Genealogist By Diahan Southard
eBook (PDF): $5.95
Laminated Quick Guide By: Diahan Southard Over 1 million people have had their DNA evaluated by 23andMe. This website has powerful family history tools and this guide will answer the most pressing... More > questions like: - How can I control how much information is being shared with others? - How can I enter my genealogical information? - How do I know when I have a good match? Is the YDNA and mtDNA information they give the same as what I see at other places? - What is the best way to use the ethnicity results presented?< Less
The Genealogist's Google Toolbox Second Edition By Lisa Louise Cooke
eBook (PDF): $14.95
The completely updated second addition of the genealogy national bestseller! In The Genealogist’s Google Toolbox, renowned genealogist Lisa Louise Cooke helps you stuff your genealogy toolbox... More > with FREE state-of-the-art Internet tools that are built to search, translate, message, and span the globe. You’ll travel outside the genealogy community and straight to the folks who dominate the online world: Google. A lot has changed since the first edition was published in 2011, and it's all documented step-by-step. This edition includes Google Search including a new chapter on searching for common surnames! Expanded chapters on Gmail, Google Books, YouTube, plus Google Translate, and Google Earth, and Google Alerts. Brand new chapters on Google Scholar and Google Patents! Pages: 203 with illustrations Lisa Louise Cooke is CEO of Genealogy Gems, and the producer and host of the #1 online family history audio show The Genealogy Gems Podcast.< Less
Autosomal Dna for the Genealogist By Diahan Southard
eBook (PDF): $5.95
Autosomal DNA is being touted as one of the hottest genealogy tools available, but it leaves many with more questions than answers. Turn to this quick guide for answers to these common questions: -... More > What exactly is autosomal DNA testing? - Who can be tested? - What testing companies provide this testing? - What will the results tell me? - What are the maps with all of the ethnicity percentages? - What do those maps have to do with my genealogy? - How do I organize my DNA matches to make the most of the testing? - Use this guide to gain knowledge and confidence in this exciting field of research. Diahan Southard has a background in microbiology with a talent for clear and concise explanations of complicated topics. She has been translating genetics into genealogy for 14 years and currently acts as Your DNA Guide, providing personalized consultation experiences to help genealogists use DNA testing in their genealogy. 4 page guide packed with how-to information and easy to understand graphics.< Less
Getting Started: Genetics for the Genealogist By Diahan Southard
eBook (PDF): $5.95
Genealogy and DNA can work hand-in-hand to help you discover your family history. This guide will help you select the DNA test (and testing company) that is right for you. It’s never been... More > easier to get started. Let Your DNA Guide show you the way! This guide provides answers so you can test with confidence: • Explains what DNA can and can’t do for your research • Identifies who in your family should be tested • Explains privacy measures • Provides a comprehensive flow chart that identifies the right test for your research • Helps you choose the right testing company for your test and genealogy research • How to take the test • A Quick Glossary Guide to help you navigate terminology easily< Less
The Genealogist's Google Toolbox Second Edition By Lisa Louise Cooke
Paperback: $24.95
Prints in 3-5 business days
The completely updated second addition of the genealogy bestseller! When it comes to tracing your family tree online, you need the right tools to get the job done! In The Genealogist’s Google... More > Toolbox, renowned genealogy podcaster Lisa Louise Cooke helps you stuff your genealogy toolbox with FREE state-of-the-art Internet tools that are built to search, translate, message, and span the globe. You’ll travel outside the genealogy community and straight to the folks who dominate the online world: Google. A lot has changed since the first edition was published in 2011, and it's all documented step-by-step in this new edition. Includes: Google Search, new chapter on searching for common surnames, Google Alerts, Gmail, Google Books, (includes expanded instructions on using My Library) Google Translate, YouTube and the all new section on how to build your own free YouTube channel. Brand new chapters on Google Scholar and Google Patents! Plus Google Earth: Rock your ancestor’s world!< Less
Ancestry Dna: A Companion Guide to Autosomal Dna for the Genealogist By Diahan Southard
eBook (PDF): $5.95
Thousands have purchased DNA testing through Ancestry.com. Most are left without a clear idea of what to do next. This guide provides answers to the following questions: How can I find my best DNA... More > matches at Ancestry.com? What do the ethnicity results mean? How can I link my pedigree chart to my DNA? Is that something I want to do? What do the relationship ranges, like 2nd-4th cousin, really mean? What are the DNA circles? Can I trust the shaky leaf hints? What are my next steps?< Less