NGS announces the release of the Kindle version of Mastering Genealogical Proof by Thomas W. Jones, phd, cg, cgl, fasg, fngs. The book was released in print version earlier this year. As a textbook on genealogical methods and reasoning, Mastering Genealogical Proof has proven popular with readers at all levels, from beginners to experts. The book has received a tremendous critical and popular reception and is in its third printing. Many readers have asked for mobile versions. NGS is pleased to be able to make this publication available now in the Kindle format and soon in Apple’s iBooks format.
Dr. Jones is a noted writer, lecturer, and editor in the field of genealogy. He draws on his expertise to make Mastering Genealogical Proof a definitive guide for marshaling evidence to reach sound conclusions regarding the identity and relationships of ancestors. Each chapter of the book contains examples of real issues and asks the reader to apply the book’s concepts to problems presented at the end of each chapter.
The Kindle version of Mastering Genealogical Proof is now available at Amazon.com for $9.99. Print versions of the book can still be ordered at the NGS online store at http://www.ngsgenealogy.org.
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