Secrets of Tracing Your Ancestors, 6E
Genealogy is America’s favorite hobby, and this is the #1 book to get beginners started!
This new sixth edition is an easy-to-read guide to beginning genealogy. Quillen teaches the basics of getting started and guides readers through the tricks and techniques of professional genealogists, and best of all the book is filled with real-life examples. Readers are pointed to the most current web sites and government records where information can be gleaned. Overlooked resources – such as military records – are identified and instructions for procuring and using them are included. Readers will also be treated to detailed suggestions on how to write an effective and interesting life history that will be treasured by the budding genealogist’s descendants.
This revised edition has expanded and revised sections on Internet research, including new web sites; more on immigration and naturalization records; the latest information available on census access and availability.
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Review: Secrets of Tracing Your AncestorsUser Review - Jasmine - Goodreads
Woah genealogy is REALLY accessible. It might be a little scary the information genealogists can find out... but I am excited to use this info to research my family. There is advice here about ... Read full review
Review: Secrets of Tracing Your AncestorsUser Review - Jeanette - Goodreads
This is rather average as far as genealogy how-to books go. The best parts are the checklists and additional resources at the end of each chapter. Probably a decent guide for beginners but I think there are better ones out there. Read full review
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