Tutorial on German Family Tree

For the past several months I have been reviewing, “on line tutorials” about genealogy to show at our monthly meetings of the Clarkston Area Genealogy Society.

One of the tutorial I reviewed was this Crista Cowan presentation about German Family History Research where she talks about three web sites.

Below is the title, length of time (24:42), published date and link to the Crista presentation.

Below you will also find the three web site names, screen print and links that Crista talks about.

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Title: Top Tips for Beginning German Family History Research

From:  Ancestry      —     presented by: Crista Cowan

Time: 24:42

Published – May 16, 2013   —–     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5G7quTs_zno

Screen print: YouTube – Top Tip for German Family History

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The University of Texas at Austin

University of Texas Libraries

Historical Maps

http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/historical/

u-of-texas-libraries-screen-print

Screen print: U of Texas Libraries screen print

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translate.google.com

https://translate.google.com/

translate-screen-print

Screen print: Translate screen print

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Script.byu.edu/german

The German Alphabet

https://script.byu.edu/Pages/German/en/alphabet.aspx

byu-german-alphabet-chart

Screen print: BYU – German Alphabet chart

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I hope this will be of help to those of you who have German family trees. The links above also will get you to other items on the web pages which might be useful for other family tree research.

Thank You.

Jose A. Munoz, M.Ed
from Clarkston, Michigan
Blog: https://newspaperproject2012.wordpress.com/

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