Voices in Your Blood: Discovering Identity Through Family History

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Andrews and McMeel, 1993 - Reference - 168 pages
Explains how to trace one's family heritage through genealogy, offers advice on using census information and county, military, and social security records, and describes the Family History Library Catalog

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Vandagriff, a Polish and Soviet affairs expert by training, offers a new kind of introductory guide to genealogy: a highly autobiographical work that teaches one how to unearth one's past by following ... Read full review


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