Genealogy Magazines

 

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Now that Borders Bookshops have disappeared from the High Street it seems that the only way to get copies of Family Tree, Practical Family History etc etc is to pay out for a subscription. Is this the beginning of the end for specialist magazines?

One recent innovation is “Discover My Past England” & “Discover My Past Scotland”. These magazines are subscription based and are delivered via the internet so that you have the option of printing off a copy or reading totally online. The subs for these magazines are £2.50 per copy or £7.00 for three issues. The publication monthly and is 40 pages in length and the preview of the first pages seemed to be of a good standard. However compared to “Who Do You Think You

Are”’ which is 98 pages for a cost of £4.99 I think “Discover My Past” is a trifle expensive, especially as they don’t have printing, transport and seller’s commission to include in the price. What do you think? The new Mad About Forum would be a good place to give your opinions on the pro’s and con’s of genealogy magazines.

http://www.discovermypast.co.uk/

I was at the London launch of the Apple ipad recently and after having had a good play with the device I can see that in the near future we may all be having our magazines delivered and read via such gadgets. However tempting as it was I left the store without purchasing, my pocket at that moment wasn’t full of up to £699.00 of loose change! Also I must say that the clapping and cheering by staff after each and every purchase was a major turnoff for me!!

Find My Past online magazine

 

Find My Past online magazine

Find My Past has announced that there are to launch an online magazine called “Discover My Past”, they already have a Scottish Genealogy online magazine and this new publication is to be an English version. The cost is to be £7 for three issues. There is a preview button which shows you the first 6 pages of the current issue.

http://england.discovermypast.co.uk/?utm_source=product_update&utm_medium=fmp_email&utm_term=reg&utm_content=101109&utm_campaign=dmpe_magazine

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Old Dorset books online

 

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Don’t forget to check out Dorset books on Archive.org, a search using the word Dorset brought up 335 entries.

http://www.archive.org/search.php?query=dorset

 

 

 

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Google Books have 22,910 Dorset books so you might want to make a cuppa before you start to browse!

http://books.google.co.uk/books?q=Dorset

 

 

 

 

Dorsetshire.com

 

Dorsetshire.com

 

Gosh the county of Dorset has some good websites for genealogists!! Check out Dorsetshire.com which offers the Domesday Book, old maps and much more.

 

http://www.dorsetshire.com/

 

 

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Pen & Sword Books

 

Pen & Sword Books

 

Pen & Sword Books publish an amazing array of book that are of great interest & value to any genealogist or history lover. I’m a great fan of their books and can recommend them. You can buy them through The Book Depositary which offers free postage worldwide, a great saving when some book sellers charge as much for the postage as for the book.

 

 

http://www.pen-and-sword.co.uk/

http://www.bookdepository.co.uk

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