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Family History 101

Marcia Melnyk - Reference - 2005 - 138 pages
A new installment of the popular Family Tree Books series instructs readers on how to make the most out of Internet resources; shares a host of case studies, checklists, forms ...
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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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Quick Tips for Genealogists

Juliana Szucs Smith - Reference - 2003 - 167 pages
Every family history researcher hits a dead end at some point in their search. Where better to turn than the battle-tested experience of other genealogists? In Quick Tips for ...
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Genealogy for the First Time: Research Your Family History

Laura Best - Reference - 2007 - 112 pages
Designed to inspire and encourage, this comprehensive guide offers a basic introduction to the primary methods and sources used in genealogy work. It shows how to organize and ...
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How to Trace Your African-American Roots: Discovering Your Unique History

Barbara Thompson Howell - Reference - 1999 - 247 pages
Explains how to trace the past through public records and discusses the importance of oral history in the African American tradition
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Rooting Out Your Ancestory: A Primer for Beginning Genealogy

Vikki L. Jeanne Cleveland - Reference - 2004 - 79 pages
a primer for beginning and organizing your quest for your family roots Table of Contents Chapter 1/The Genealogist: A Curious Nut on the Family Tree Chapter 2/Prepping for the ...
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