The Genealogist's Address Book is a national Yellow Pages for the genealogist. Classified by subject, cross-referenced and alphabetized, it puts you in touch with all the key sources of genealogical information, giving names, addresses, phone ...
numbers, FAX numbers, e-mail addresses, web sites, contact persons, and the business hours of more than 25,000 libraries, archives, genealogical societies, historical societies, government agencies, vital records offices, professional bodies, religious organizations and archives, surname registries, research centers, special interest groups, periodicals, newspaper columns, publishers, booksellers, services, databases, and much, much more. Based on a written survey of thousands of organizations and institutions across the country, and supplemented by information from printed and Internet sources, the new 4th edition of the Address Book has been exhaustively revised and is now more useful to the researcher than ever. With thousands of new entries, and with changes to approximately 75% of the existing entries, the new edition updates addresses and associated details, includes hundreds of organizations new to the scene or overlooked in previous editions, contains an advertising supplement, and has a complete index of genealogical libraries, societies, and institutions, as well as an exhaustive (also unique) index of periodicals and newsletters. The only comprehensive list of current genealogical and historical resources, the Address Book will undoubtedly be the most frequently consulted book on your reference shelf. After all, the fast-changing world of genealogy demands a book that will keep pace, and while the new edition might not answer your every question every time, it will definitely give you the edge you need, keeping you current and placing a world of resources at your fingertips.