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devrie

Howdy Kiril, do you have any other suggestions for digging up roots? I recently joined Ancestry.com, and have become soooo addicted, that I was up for 27 hours straight. My eyeballs were almost hovering just above my keyboard--I was so tired.

I've found hundreds of Paradowski's, but hardly any Sodlowski's, or Saklowski's. I have to search for Austria...then Ukraine...then Poland...but not Poland. I get so wrapped up in following the leads.

Anyway, I found your post about the Bookcrossing very entertaining. I hope the next person to find your book does log it. I found a book that I forgot to log. I will do that today.

Best wishes to you, and happy blogging.

Kiril Kundurazieff

Hi Devrie,

An excellent starting point would be to check out the websites listed in the list, in the right column, called "Eat Yer Veggies!"

Cyndi's List, Dear Myrtle, Rootsweb, and the FamilySearch site of the LDS, are musts.

3 MUST OWN Books:

The most current editions of:

THE SOURCE: A GuideBook of American Genealogy.

THE HANDY BOOK FOR GENEALOGISTS.

and of course...

GENEALOGY ONLINE - 7th edition by Elizabeth Powell Crowe

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