Family History Made Easy
Here it is, the long-awaited Family History Made Easy by Lou Szucs. In her growing list of top sellers, Lou has given us another wonderful book to learn from and enjoy. Alex Haley, author of Roots, said "" . . . in all of us there is a hunger, marrow deep, to know our heritage--to know who we are and where we have come from."" Such a simple desire can often seem overwhelming. Where do I start? What records should I look for? And what can they tell me about my heritage? Family History Made Easy guides the reader through the sometimes confusing world of family history. Family History Made Easy is just that--made easy. Noted author and lecturer Loretto (Lou) Szucs covers the basic tools and provides essential instruction to get you started on your family history adventure. She teaches you in such a friendly, unassuming way, that you hardly realize you are learning until you are done.
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