The Genealogy Sourcebook

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McGraw Hill Professional, 1998 - Reference - 266 pages
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A detailed family history is a legacy that generations can enjoy. Those who start looking into their backgrounds find that the more they dig, the more the want to know about their lineage. Beyond the family bible, where can more information be found? The Genealogy Sourcebook is a complete guide to the fascinating world of tracing ancestry with information on where to start the search, what kinds of resources are available, and how to utilize them. Readers will also get information on how to organize and present their research so that generations to come can enjoy and learn from it.

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A genealogical author, columnist, and popular lecturer, Carmack delivers a friendly and informed guide that can help both the beginning and experienced genealogist. In a direct, well-organized text ... Read full review


Charts Forms and Organization
Searching at Home and Talking with Relatives
Finding Others Like You

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Carmack is a Certified Genealogical Record Specialist.

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