FTDNA Conference 2011 – Steve Morse – Part 1

At the Seventh International Family Tree DNA Conference for Group Administrators,
Steve Morse, PhD presented a talk on “One Step Webpages Part I: A Potpourri of Genealogical Search Tools.”

Steve Morse

Steve Morse

SOURCE:  Steve Morse (Houston, Harris County, Texas); photographed by Stephen J. Danko on 05 November 2011.

Steve Morse’s One-Step Webpages at http://www.stevemorse.org provide tools for searching existing databases with more powerful interfaces than those provided by the database owners.  Steve Morse does not generate the databases themselves but, rather, he provides powerful tools to search existing databases.

Some One Step Webpages of genealogical interest include:

  • Ellis Island Arrivals
  • All New York Arrivals
  • One Step Immigration Triangle (Ship Arrivals, Passenger Names, Microfilm Rolls)
  • Finding Pictures of Passenger Ships
  • Castle Garden Arrivals 1855-189
  • Barge Office Arrivals 1890-1891
  • Other Ports of Immigration
  • US Census Utilities to Find Enumeration Districts
  • US Census Utilities to Interpret Occupation Codes
  • Births, Deaths, and Vital Records
  • Relationship Calculator
  • Calendar Conversion
  • Time of Sunrise/Sunset
  • Zip Codes
  • Latitude/Longitude
  • Characters in Foreign Languages

Copyright © 2011 by Stephen J. Danko

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2 Responses to FTDNA Conference 2011 – Steve Morse – Part 1

  1. I have used Steve Morse’s sites before in my presentations here in Idaho. Most currently, I spoke about the upcoming 1940 census available April 2012. Morse and associates have created a database that addresses enumeration districts and the importance of knowing where your ancestor resided. This is especially important as the 1940 census will not have an index right away.

    Juvanne Martin, CG
    Vice-President of the Idaho Genealogical Society
    Nampa, ID

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