The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy

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Genealogical Publishing Company, Jan 1, 2000 - Reference - 662 pages
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Explains the principles of genealogical research; identifies various classes of records that may be used in that research, and tells where to find them; and includes information about the use of computers in compiling family histories.

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User Review  - Michele Beacham - Goodreads

As others have noted, some sections are a bit dated; however, this is still an excellent reference. Read full review

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User Review  - AdultNonFiction Teton County Library - Goodreads

Lynn 929.1 Greenwood Even though this is a 2000 copyright, the information is excellent, and it provides great methodology for the genealogist. The technology information is out of date, but this is a ... Read full review

Contents

The research process
7
Problems and Terminology
21
Some Middle English writing with its many unfamiliar characters
23
Copyright

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