I’ve started processing orders for More Genealogy Tip of the Day. So for those who missed it, here’s our new book announcement. It complements our original Genealogy Tip of the Day book. I’ve appreciated the positive comments I’ve heard about the first book.

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At long last, More Genealogy Tip of the Day, packed with genealogy tips and ideas from ten years, has been published. We are excited to offer this companion volume to our original Genealogy Tip of the Day book.

More Genealogy Tip of the Day can be read front-to-back or browsed through at the reader’s whim. Tips are about genealogical sources, pitfalls, and procedures based on Michael’s extensive experience researching ancestors in the United States and abroad. Tips are practical, easy-to-understand, and applicable to those with ancestors in a variety of locations. Tips have been edited for clarity and updated when necessary. Any content that was time-sensitive has been removed. What’s left is research advice and suggestions with some humor thrown in.

Chapter 1: Selective Memory, Separate Maintenance, and Minor Choosing
Chapter 2: Grandma’s Right, Order Clues, and Data Mining
Chapter 3: Shoved Letters, Lines, and Three-Year Old Genealogists
Chapter 4: Re-hitching, Prime Directives, and Classified Ancestors
Chapter 5: Air Comparisons, Spine Photographs, and Fractions
Chapter 6: Farm Wives, Teachers, and Deserters
Chapter 7: Sloughs, Corners, and Probate Burials
Chapter 8: Denizens, Bugs, and Pastor’s Slips
Chapter 9: ABCs, No-Kids Kin, and Scratching
Chapter 10: Hell Fenced In, Boo Boos, and Mustard
Chapter 11: Greeting Cards, First Guys, and Grandpa’s Old Style
Chapter 12: Flitting, Bleach, and Vacuums
Chapter 13: Aunt Law, Ideals, and Babies
Chapter 14: Clean Notes, Dots, Creeks, and Creases
Chapter 15: Grandma’s Teeth, Wagging Tails, and Men-in-Waiting
Chapter 16: Red Herrings, Bubbles, and Timber
Chapter 17: Doubting Thomas, Teachers’ Lounges, and Evaporators

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