The Genealogist's Handbook: Modern Methods for Researching Family History

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American Library Association, 1995 - Reference - 190 pages
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"Recommended for inclusion in any significant genealogy collection. Even experienced researchers will benefit from the author's fresh approach". -- National Genealogical Society Quarterly

"What makes this one special is its emphasis on fleshing out the images of the ancestors and on comprehending how their existence influenced present lives". -- Reference Books Bulletin

Included in the detailed coverage: terminology; getting started; organizing findings; how events in our ancestors' lives spawned informative documents; writing about forebearers so relatives can share in discoveries; appendixes listing resource centers; and more.

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