I've previously mentioned this special publication from Moorshead Magazines. Here are the detailed contents:
Cindy Thomson looks at an innovative approach to Irish genealogy
Irish Genealogy on the ‘Net
Rick Norberg looks at researching your Irish ancestors on the worldwide web
Letters Home: To Ireland and Wales From the US
Marc Skulnick introduces a collection of letters written to the folks back home
Irish Famine Passenger Lists
Halvor Moorshead looks at a great online resource
British and Irish Military Records and Memorials
Alan Stewart finds British and Irish military records online
Getting Started on Your Irish Line
If you’re just beginning your Irish genealogy,
Cindy Thomson looks at what you can do on this side of the pond
Irish Censuses Online
Marc Skulnick looks at the 1911 Irish census online
Top 50 Sites for British and Irish Research!
Alan Stewart looks at the best websites for tracing and researching your ancestors from across the pond!
25 Websites for Irish Genealogy
Susan Meates looks at the top online resources for researching your Irish family
Wills and Administrations in Britain and Ireland
Alan Stewart explains the importance of wills to genealogical research
Barney Clark: Irish immigrant, Miner, Farmer, Prankster?
Rick Crume goes online in search of an Irish famine emigrant’s origins
Finding Your Scots-Irish Ancestors on the ‘Net
CindyThomson looks at online resources dedicated to
Tracing Michael Gillen: A Case Study
Kevin Cassidy chronicles his search for one Michael Gillen, an Irish immigrant
Eneclann.ie: An Update
We look at what is new at Dublin's Eneclann.ie
Finding Irish Cousins: A Mini Case Study
Sharon Shea Boussard recounts her search for her Irish-born grandfather
These are reprints, fully updated, of articles previously published in family Chronicle, Internet genealogy and discovering family history.
It's $7.95 for this 56 page magazine format publication. Folks in Canada or in the US can save the shipping cost. Act fast and order by 1 September 2010. Go to www.familychronicle.com. Or you can pick a copy up at the BIFHSGO conference marketplace, 10 - 12 September at Library and Archives Canada.