I spend a lot of time trying to keep up with what is on the web, so I purchased and downloaded Michael Hait’s .pdf book: Online State Resources for the Genealogist. Not long after, in the midst of preparing a presentation on finding free genealogy information on the web, I had a chance to test it out.
A big thumbs up. That’s the end of my review. Shouldn’t I say more? No –it’s not necessary; there are already at least three reviews of this 3rd edition of the book. All describe it very nicely and I agree with their positive comments. Here they are:
- A Dec 13th review on Legal Genealogist.
- A January 6 review on Genea-Musings.
- MidWestern MicroHistory Dec. 18, 2013
As always, when reading a blog, also read the comments. The often add useful information. And to keep current on updates, view the Facebook page based on the book and/or describe to Michael Hait’s blog: Online State Resources for Genealogy