The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy
This new 3rd edition incorporates the latest thinking on genealogy & computers, specifically the relationship between computer technology (the Internet & CD-ROM) & the timeless principles of good genealogical research. It also includes a new chapter on the property rights of women, a revised chapter on the evaluation of genealogical evidence, & updated information on the 1920 census.
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Ten years after the release of the second edition (LJ 4/1/90), Greenwood returns with his updated and expanded guide to American genealogical research. Written in a friendly style, the book addresses ... Read full review
The research process
Problems and Terminology
Some Middle English writing with its many unfamiliar characters
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