Sites giving either genealogy classes or detailed instruction on various areas of genealogical research.

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About Genealogy One-Stop Beginner's Guide
Tracing family tree with free how-to articles, lessons, and tools.
Diagnosis: Geneaholic
Information about membership in a genealogy group with a humorous bent.
Digging Up Roots
Beginner How-To's with charts access for successful researching. Purchase census records and post to message boards. Also photographs, and family tree obits.
DoHistory
Shows how to piece together the past from the fragments that have survived. A case study of Martha Ballard's diary is used for examples.
The Genealogy Experience
A helpful free website that details ways to find surnames and records of ancestors you are looking for and also what to be prepared for when doing so.
Genealogy Learning Center
Tutorials from Linda Haas Davenport cover research in census, land, courthouse, military, and U.S. federal income tax records.
Genealogy.com Classes
Free lessons on beginning and Internet genealogy, and tracing immigrant origins, written by genealogists Karen Clifford and Marthe Arends.
Genwriters - Writing for Future Generations
A source for genealogy enthusiasts to find ideas and resources to bring their family history to life. The focus here is on writing family histories and genealogies.
Great Family Newsletters
Offers family newsletter tutorials, resources, and desktop publishing ideas.
Oral History Questions
List of oral history questions for researchers at The Gene Pool.
RootsWeb's Guide To Tracing Family Trees
Extensive series of articles covering a variety of topics related to genealogy.
Treasure Maps
Resources for beginning genealogy research on the Internet.

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