Clip Art

Desktop publishers can always use more clip art. Here are some resources for clip art that can be useful in family history publishing:

J.O.D.'s Old Fashioned B&W Clip Art Collection features black and white line drawings from bygone days

Old Time Clip Art is one of a few sites devoted to the collection of hard-to-find images from the past.

Check out Ron Wheeler's Cartoonworks page for free family-oriented cartoon clipart.


Genealogy Links

Genealogy and family history are frequent topics in family newsletters. Here are a few links to get you started.

Here is one of the most comprehensive lists of genealogy resources on the Internet, Cyndi's List:

For all kinds of genealogy resources, take a look at GeneaSearch.com .:

John LaCombe's "A Barrel of Genealogy Links" has over 300 links to genealogy sites around the world, and over 130 links to U. S. Civil War sites.

Steve Lacy's Genealogy Gateway To The Web includes Search Engines, Messaging Forums, Listing Gateways, Surname Gateways, Specialty Gateways, Ethnic & International, United States Resources.

Dave's Genealogy Page has over 5000 names in the database he has made available. It has a strong focus on British genealogy, with a database on Royalty and Nobility. Muschamp, Doldon, Rose, Loveless surnames and the Tolpuddle Martyrs are emphasized in his research.

Researchers of Norwegian genealogy will find lots of help at Karla's Norway List Page .:

Here is Jeanne Nelson's Genealogy Homepage (perpetually under construction):

Carol Reese has set up some excellent pages for Danish Genealogy List "Frequently Asked Questions" :

For beautiful handpainted family trees, go to "Paper Tree"

Durham and Northumberland, England researchers should be sure and check out Marion Maychell's Durham & Northumberland List pages

For genealogy links and resources in the UK,  go to Family History Ltd

The Schooner Genealogy Company for your various genealogy needs--books, atlases and maps, speakers for your genealogy program, genealogy gift items, and much more.

Go to GenieSpeak for genealogy workshop speakers and family research resources.

Beverly Whitaker's "GenTutor Approach to Genealogy" offers advice to beginning genealogists.

Her Early American Roads and Trails gives you an overview of the major trails our pioneer ancestors took on their move Westward.

Genealogy Resources Center with Family Research Exchange Projects, Family Mysteries, Message Board, Language Translator,  What's in a Name, and more.

Ancient Faces has thousands of old photos posted by visitors to the site. Pay them a visit to search for your ancestors and share your old family photos online.

Interested in Writing, Publishing, and Oral History in your genealogy work? About.com has some help for you.

The Olden Times offers a unique and interesting approach to genealogy. It provides actual scans of old newspaper articles for you to search. Name index available.

Carol Clute's Family Genealogy Page focuses on the Whitney and Trembley families

The Genealogy Register provides resources for the genealogist, including top sites, databases, message board,  and charts

HISTORICAL MATTERS: Historical & Genealogical Research in Kansas, homepage for Mary Clement Douglass, CGRS, specialist in historical and genealogical research services in Kansas

World Genealogy Project--"Lowering the cost of research!" Vital Records Project, 1890 Census Supplement Project, Morning Sentinal Newspaper Project, Foster Genealogy Project, and more.

Genealogy Links for Georgia Researchers--
"Uncover Your Peachy Past!"

To search for your ancestors, visit FindYouFamilyTree.com, "With over 60 million genealogy records

Try Genealogy LinkSearch for links to helpful genealogy sites

And, of course, the granddaddy of them all, Rootsweb, the Internet's oldest and largest FREE genealogy community, with search engines, bulletin boards, email lists, and much, much more.
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It helps to be able to share ideas and plans for family newsletters, and compare notes on how people solved various publishing problems. Here are some sites that may just help you out with that:

Family newletter tutorials, bulletin board discussions, resources and more at the  "Great Family Newsletters" web site.

A free newsletter for family newsletter publishers called "Family Newsletter News"

Want to join an email list for family newsletter publishers?

Family Newsletter Registry -- a site to register your family's newsletter and surnames, so that they can be found by family members around the world

Too busy to publish your own family newsletter? Keep your family in touch with the help of Connecting Families, a family newsletter publisher for families who want help with this project
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