Finding Your Roots
Random House Publishing Group, Nov 1, 1979
Using the simple, time-and-money-saving techniques in this handbook, you can tap the roots of your own family without the services of a professional tracer. Supplied here are hundreds of helpful sources from specialty libraries to heraldic societies. Everything you need to discover and record a complete family history including how to: Compile a family health history; Find out if your family has a coat of arms; Trace your ancestral roots abroad; Write a complete family history; . . . and much more!
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