Tackle those piles and boxes filled with genealogy files, notes, and papers with these helpful books geared toward disorganized genealogists. Learn how to create a flexible genealogy filing system, how to store photos, CD-ROMs, and correspondence, how to set up an efficient work space, and more.
Experienced genealogist and popular lecturer Sharon Carmack provides a number of strategies for organizing genealogy records and for sharing information with others. Highly recommended for both beginners and professionals.
Author William Dollarhide shares his unique system of organization in this book, taking you from the preliminary stage of your research to the final presentation of your work as a report or a book. Learn how to manage a genealogical project with maximum ease and efficiency.
Focusing more on the preservation than the organization of working genealogy files, author Katherine Scott Sturdevant shows you how to safely organize, collect, and preserve diaries, papers, letters, and other memorabilia in this easy-to-follow book.
This comprehensive book, by Beverly Delong Whitaker, will get you started on the road to organizational freedom with your genealogical records, including excellent tips for beginners and experts.
Select from a choice of filing systems, and then it's just 11 steps to an organized genealogy system. By Robert Langman and Jimmy B. Parker.