Who's Your Hoosier Ancestor?: Genealogy for Beginners

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Indiana University Press, 1992 - Reference - 215 pages
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Written by a Hoosier genealogist for Hoosiers and for the descendants of those who ever lived in Indiana. This work provides methods for locating elusive ancestors, describing what records are available to the Indiana researcher, where they can be found, and how to use them most effectively.

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Robinson is genealogical columnist for the Blommington Herald-Times.

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