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A warm, accessible, step-by-step guide to creating precious personal histories from the memories of older people, by the best-selling author of Hang Time and his sister, journalist D. G. Fulford.
This new 7th edition is an easy-to-read guide to beginning genealogy. Quillen teaches the basics of getting started and guides readers through the tricks and techniques of professional genealogists, and best of all the book is filled with real-life examples from Dan's own searches over the years. Readers are pointed to the most current web … Continue reading Secrets of Tracing Your Ancestors
"The single most important thing you can do for your family may be the simplest of all: develop a strong family narrative....The more children knew about their family’s history, the stronger their sense of control over their lives, the higher their self-esteem. Feeling part of a large family with a strong intergenerational self helps children … Continue reading Copeland – A Family and Their Land
Copeland, England, the original home of Norwegian Vikings who moved there in the early tenth century, has been voted "England's Favorite View". This is a story in pictures of Copeland and the Copeland family.
Part of the Quillen’s Essentials of Genealogy series, this second edition will show genealogists at all levels how to find records that are often available at their fingertips. Quillen helps genealogists locate, explore and extract the most relevant information from these records. Family records often supply genealogists with far more information than most individuals are … Continue reading Mastering Family, Library & Church Records 2nd Edition
Men may carry the surname in genealogy but it is often the women who lead the most interesting and colourful lives. This book is devoted to researching the `strong but invisible roots of the family tree', namely women, beginning c.1800 until the end of World War II. Although women can be most troublesome for the … Continue reading The Female Line: Researching Your Female Ancestors