Tuesday, July 20, 2004

Genealogy Search Engine

Genealogy Today reports:

TreEZy is a selective search engine. It attempts to limit the index to sites that are pertinent to genealogical and family history research. It does this by applying intelligent filters during the indexing process, followed by a manual site screening effort. It then further filters sites based upon amount of original content. All of this cuts down the extraneous results that often occur in using a general Internet search engine: http://www.treezy.com/

Also see Google Advanced Search for Genealogy: http://valoriez.blogspot.com/2004/02/google-advanced-search-for-genealogy.html

Example is leadership. - Dr. Albert Schweitzer

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