On September 3, 2020, Compiled Records of BIBB COUNTY ALABAMA PIONEERS VOLUME II was placed on sale at Amazon.com for 99 cents. The price of this Ebook will increase 5 times over the next few days until it returns to the original list price om September 10, 2020
During the weeks ahead, each of our 100 Ebooks will be on sale for 99 cents at least one time and will gradually increase in price over seven days until it returns to the list price.
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Upcoming countdown sales
- On September 9, 2020, Compiled Records of BIBB COUNTY ALABAMA PIONEERS VOLUME III will be placed on sale for 99 cents. The price of this Ebook will increase 5 times over the next few days until it returns to the original list price om September 16, 2020
- On September 15, 2020, Biographies of Notable and Not-so-Notable: Alabama Pioneers will be placed on sale for 99 cents. The price of this Ebook will increase 6 times over the next few days until it returns to the original price on September 22, 2020
Watch for more books on sale in coming days!
- More Ebooks will be placed in countdown sales in the coming weeks. All Ebooks will increase 5 times over 7 days until returning to the original list price seven days later.
- This pattern will continue until all 100 Ebooks have been placed in a countdown sale.
- The names of the Ebooks currently on sale will be announced each week in advance of its sale in this UPDATED POST on www.alabamapioneers.com BLOG, in the free daily newsletter, and through Alabama Pioneers social media prior to the sale date so check back frequently.
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Do you need some guidance in your genealogy search? Save time and avoid pitfalls in your research. This book provides simple, no-nonsense instructions to help you get started. Many FREE research links included.Where Do I Start is filled with Hints and Tips to begin your family genealogy research and acquire Genealogy information.
- WHERE TO FIND – on-line resources, experienced genealogists will not be aware of many of these.
- COURT RESEARCH – how to do court house research, where to find birth, death, social security records free on-line.
- EIGHTY – ONE QUESTIONS – you should ask your elderly loved-ones before it’s too late.
- TIPS ON BREAKING DOWN THE WALL – Everyone faces some difficulties in research, often called a ‘brick wall’ but WHERE DO I START? provides suggestions for overcoming them.
Donna shares how she “got bitten” by the genealogy bug. She imparts her amazement at how much can be learned about the history of this country as well as one’s own family by researching one’s family tree. And what’s more amazing is that she was able to go back with her family to the 1600s in England, over 400 years. The author has a website where she is asked many “how to” questions by the participants. She advises one to use a computer for their research and seems to describe the use of genealogy software as an easy task and quite intuitive. She identifies many excellent genealogy websites for the new user, some of which I hadn’t known about despite my history of 20 years of searching for my family tree, much of it on the internet. The author provides sample interview questions for eliciting past stories from family elders. She gives quite a few tips on how to organize your materials to make the best use of your time. She includes everything a “newby” to the genealogy research field will need to get started and more. And for those with more experience, she includes tips on how to break down the “brick walls” that researchers inevitably encounter and she advises readers to challenge the assumptions in family lore and stories when the brick wall is hit. She also identifies many of the pitfalls inherent in requested records. And if you’ve ever gone to a courthouse to search without preparing yourself for the kinds of questions you’ll need to ask, you will appreciate the author’s advice about getting ready first. You’ll save yourself time in the long run.