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If you have ever put off researching your family history because you feel you do not have the time, then this guide will demonstrate just how much dramatic information you can uncover in a short period.
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The CD-Rom is a complete directory containing more than 1,400 sources to help you take your research further. By grouping websites into themes, the disc will prove invaluable in tracing your family’s past online. It is compatible with PC and Mac systems.
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