eRecords for Family History
eRecords for Family History by Cora Num was published 2013 and fully revised and updated in 2015. It is A5, 44 pages.
This book is designed to introduce the reader to eRecords, original records that have been digitised and placed online either as individual records, part of historical collections (free and paid) or via portals that offer searches across multiple online collections.
Available eRecords include birth, death and marriage records; books; census records; directories; electoral rolls; photos; maps; military records; newspapers; parish records; migration records; wills and probate records plus much more.
eRecords offer fully searchable, unprecedented research possibilities using your PC, tablet or smartphone, whenever and wherever you are. This must have book has lots of practical advice and tips on how to find and use eRecords for family history research. It also explains how to organise, manage and backup your digital data and eRecords.