The Sleuth Book for Genealogists

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F+W Media, Sep 1, 2000 - Reference - 192 pages
Taking up where "Unpuzzling Your Past" leaves off, this guide offers fool-proof strategies from one of America's favorite genealogy authors. For fun, Croom links her proven techniques to the advice of famous fictional detectives, such as Sherlock Holmes and Miss Marple.

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Planning for Research
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Croom is a popular lecturer for societies and community groups and teaches genealogy at the Houston (Texas) Community College. She holds a masters degree in history, writes articles for several genealogy periodicals, and is an active researcher.

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