February 2013 E-Zine (V12#2): Design Monday, Feb 11 2013 

Content ideas for electronic content include:

  • Book can be made fully searchable

  • Colorized b/w photos or graphics

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This section is drawn from
http://www.gregathcompany.com/publish/design/digital

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Indexes for personal use online free and in new format. Friday, Sep 14 2012 

New searchable index online for private use:

Genealogy of James Peery: Virginia Pioneer, Revolutionary War Veteran, Tennessee Frontiersman, Hickman County Resident, Ancestors and Descendants, by Charles L. Peery, second printing – revised. 8½x11″, hardbound book, 546 pages, ISBN 978-1-936091-09-6, , includes photos, maps, and documents. R400-$61.00 Click here

Alexander Family Collection Volume 1, compiled by Fredrea & Carrie Ann Cook, 2003. 8½x11″, hardbound book, 170 pages, reprint of 1931 work by Winthrop Alexander Genealogy of the Alexander Family of the Connecticut Valley (OOP), with new introductory material and indexG011-$36.00 Click Here

Index now searchable online: Crews family book Wednesday, May 16 2012 

As the following book was readied for reprint, we thought it would be a good time to make available – for personal use only – the original surname index in a searchable PDF format. Follow the links below for more information. Note, all book excerpts available through GCI are for personal use only and are not for reprint or further broadcast.

Searchable PDF Index

More about the entire book for sale: Metes & Bounds II: David Crews, Ancestors & Descendants, by Donna Hechler Porter

December 2007, V6#12: Genealogy Wednesday, Jan 7 2009 

Two UK Newspapers Now Available Online

The “Guardian,” a famous UK newspaper, and the “Observer,” the world’s
first Sunday newspaper, are going digital.

So far, issues of the “Guardian” from 1821-1975 and the “Observer”
from 1900-1975 are available. In early 2008, both of the newspapers
will be online in their entirety (from 1821 for the former and 1791
for the latter). Both newspapers are searchable. Searching is free,
but you must buy a timed access pass to view entire articles.

Visit the “Guardian” website for more information:
http://archive.guardian.co.uk/Default/Skins/DigitalArchive/Client.asp?Skin=DigitalArchive&enter=true&AW=1194298449025&AppName=2

Previously published in RootsWeb Review: 7 November 2007, Vol. 10, No. 45