GREAT LEARNING SITES FOR BEGINNERS
Subscribe to one or more of the mailing list for beginners.
It's easy -- just click on the list you want. When the "mail-to" window pops up, write just the
single word "subscribe" in the body of the message. That's all.
This list is the perfect list for beginners -- no question is too elementary and the atmosphere is relaxed and friendly. A number of the oldies hang out here, too, and help when they can.
Browse the Archives http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/GEN-NEWBIE
A mailing list created
to assist those who are quite new to genealogy. The list offers how-to's
for everything from selecting software for your record keeping to figuring
out why your computer is misbehaving. For the really new genealogist, a
Mentor will be assigned to help you, not only on the list but also in finding
your way to the many excellent sources on the Internet.
Browse the Archives http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/NEWGEN
A mailing list for anyone with a genealogical interest in the State
List is open to the
public for general queries (e.g., help in finding map locations, cemeteries,
etc.); "Oklahoma Genealogy Related Chat" and surname queries are allowed.
Individuals seeking information on specific Oklahoma counties can use the OKGenWeb Project Homepage at
http://www.usgenweb.org/ok to find
information, links, or contacts to aid in their research).
Browse the Archives http://archiver.rootsweb.com/th/index/okgen
- Mailing Lists Hosted by Rootsweb
Charts and Records
Genealogical Society - Getting Started
- RootsWeb's Guide To Tracing Family Trees
Aids for the Family Historian
Includes information about calendars and dating
practices, colonial occupations, family naming traditions, a really great
migration map, and much more.