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We are pleased to have Matt Helm join us to talk about Surname Genealogy Websites.

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We are excited to have an early Web genealogy pioneer as our guest on Family Roots Radio for the 15 February webcast. Matt Helm began categorizing genealogy websites way back in 1994 and has been a leading figure in the field ever since. His Genealogy Toolbox was one of the first large collections of links and thousands of people have been able to find their ancestors due to his care in developing that list.

So, be sure to tune in to the VoiceAmerica Channel on Thursday, 15 February at 1 PM Pacific Time (4 PM Eastern).

If you use Apple iTunes (available for Mac and Windows) to listen to podcasts, you can subscribe to Family Roots Radio via iTunes. Shows will be available on Friday mornings.

Source Information: Family Roots Radio, New Providence, NJ, USA: Genealogy Today LLC, 2007.

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