Internet Genealogy (Aug/Sep 2016)

Internet Genealogy, August-September 2016
Internet Genealogy 11:3 (Aug/Sep 2016) includes a number of articles of likely interest to our genealogists.

Researching Northern Ireland (pp. 7-11) outlines the steps and sources that helped one researcher trace his McGinn family ancestors.

Tippling and Temperance in the Family (pp. 13-16) looks at records associated with alcohol and the temperance movement that researchers may find useful when taking a closer look at the lives of certain ancestors.

The International Classification of Diseases: a Key for Deciphering Death Certificates (pp. 18-21) looks at this system of medical coding that can sometimes assist the researcher in determining cause of death.

A First Look at rootstrust (pp. 22-26) is a review of a new desktop genealogy application that works cross-platform, i.e., with all major operating systems.

Create Your Own Online Family Archive (pp.47-49) demonstrates how genealogists can use Omeka.net to upload, organize, and share video and audio files, images, and information with others on the web. A basic personal account is free, although users can choose pay options that provide additional themes, storage, and programmatic options.

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