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Getting Started in Genealogy Online

William Dollarhide - Reference - 2006 - 62 pages
Genealogy expert Dollarhide updates his previous Genealogy Starter Kit with this treatment based upon Internet resources. He reduces the process to its most basic elements ...
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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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Tracking Down Your Ancestors: Discover the Story Behind Your Ancestors and ...

Harry Alder - Genealogy - 2002 - 264 pages
This book is filled with ideas about the different aspects of genealogy and the main free or low cost resources available to help you in your quest.
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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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How to Find Your Family Roots and Write Your Family History

William Latham, Cindy Higgins - Reference - 2000 - 287 pages
Aimed at the beginning genealogist, this guide to tracing ancestry and writing a family history offers step-by-step instructions for bringing the past to life. A discussion of ...
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Family Tree Detective: Tracing Your Ancestors in England and Wales

Colin D. Rogers - History - 1997 - 289 pages
Fully revised and updated, the new material includes a section on medieval genealogy which targets the increasing numbers of family historians who have reached back as far as ...
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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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