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Organizing and Preserving Your Heirloom Documents

Katherine Scott Sturdevant - Reference - 2002 - 238 pages
Shows readers how to safely collect, preserve, and even publish some of their most treasured written heirlooms.
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The Genealogy Sourcebook

Sharon DeBartolo Carmack - Reference - 1998 - 266 pages
Explains how to use available sources and resources to trace one's lineage, offering actual case studes to demonstrate how the research is conducted and organized
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A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Female Ancestors: Special ...

Sharon DeBartolo Carmack - Reference - 1998 - 152 pages
This first-ever guide reveals special strategies for overcoming the unique challenges of tracing female genealogy. Readers will be able to uncover historical facts, personal ...
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Nearby History: Exploring the Past Around You

David E. Kyvig, Myron A. Marty - History - 2000 - 285 pages
In the Second Edition of Nearby History, the authors have updated all chapters, introduced information about internet sources and uses of newer technologies, as well as updated ...
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Unpuzzling Your Past

Emily Croom - Reference - 2001 - 278 pages
Describes methods for conducting genealogical research and explains how to trace the history of a family through the use of living sources and public records.
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The Organized Family Historian: How to File, Manage, and Protect Your ...

Ann Carter Fleming - Reference - 2004 - 304 pages
It can take hours to research family history and it is easy to become inundated with stuff - paper records, recordings, photographs, notes, artifacts, and more information than ...
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