Family Tree Legacies: Preserving Memories Throughout Time

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Family Tree Books, Sep 18, 2009 - Reference - 240 pages
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Your Interactive Family Album From the editors of Family Tree magazine, this family keepsake is the perfect place to discover and share your family's story. Family Tree Legacies helps you keep track of basic information and special memories, including traditions, heirloom histories, family records, newsworthy moments, family migrations and immigrations, old recipes, important dates, and much more. This unique book features: - a relationship chart to help you trace your ancestry - tips for discovering facts about your family history - a comprehensive list of additional resources Family Tree Legacies is a true treasure you can nurture and pass down through the generations.

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If you are doing any type of family history genealogy tracing your ancestors...than this is the perfect book. Has many options to record family information dates stories etc...There are several ... Read full review


Chapter 1 Our Family
Chapter 2 Our Family Tree
Chapter 3 Memories Traditions
Chapter 4 Family Photographs
Chapter 5 Family Heirlooms
Chapter 6 Relatives in Service
Chapter 7 Relatives Making News
Chapter 8 Places
Chapter 9 Family Recipes
Chapter 10 Important Dates
Chapter 11 Reference Guide
Family Memorabilia
Photo Corners

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About the author (2009)

Allison Stacy is editor of Family Tree Magazine. As one the original editors, she's helped Family Tree Magazine evolve from a startup publication to the nation's most widely read family history magazine. In addition to editing and writing family history content for the magazine and Web site, she teaches genealogy workshops to adults and youths. Allison has more than 10 years experience in journalism and publishing.

As managing editor of Family Tree Magazine, Diane Haddad has helped genealogists track and record their family history by editing how-to articles, blogging and writing the magazine's weekly e-mail newsletter. Before starting with the magazine in 2003, she worked in communications and journalism for a variety of craft and business publications. Diane lives in her hometown of Cincinnati, Ohio.

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