Dunn, Michael, 1971- author.
Avon, Massachusetts : Adams Media, 
240 pages ; 22 cm
Where should you begin? — Learn how to search — Online starting points — Search for death records — Check the census — Find family connections — Look local — Seek out military records — Trace your immigrant ancestors — Locate records abroad — Connect with other genealogists — Putting it all together.
Presents easy-to-understand strategies for researching family roots online. Featuring detailed explanations, each chapter teaches you how to navigate popular genealogy websites, decipher census data and other online records, and connect with other family members to share your findings. The book also includes tips on using free databases and genealogy apps.