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Finding Your African American Ancestors - Michael Hait, CG
African American research can be difficult but it is not impossible! This book begins with the 20th century, moves through the late 19th century, the Civil War era, and the antebellum period explaining sources for your genealogy research.
Book #HA11, 288 pages, 2014
Finding Your American Ancestors in the Great Lakes States - Lisa A. Alzo, M.F.A.
This book covers Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Ohio and Wisconsin. It provides information on records available at repositories and online as well as an historical overview for each state.
Book #HA18, 275 pages, 2018
Finding Your American Ancestors in the Midwestern States - Cari A. Taplin, CG
This book covers Oklahoma, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, North Dakota and South Dakota. It provides information on records available at repositories and online as well as an historical overview for each state.
Book #HA14, 389 pages, 2016
Finding Your American Ancestors in the Western States - Cath Madden Trindle, CGRS
This book covers Alaska, California, Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington. It provides information on records available at repositories and online as well as an historical overview for each state.
Book #HA13, 389 pages, 2016
Finding Your Ancestors in 20th Century American Records - Connie Lenzen, CG
This book provides the foundation for researching 20th Century sources―a century marked by an emphasis on privacy and the closure of records. Adoption research is also discussed.
Book #HA10, 244 pages, 2012
Finding Your Colonial New England Ancestors - Maureen Taylor
This book provides the foundation to research using colonial records in New England. It discusses the most common records used for research ― colonial town, census & land records, colonial wars, religious records, maps, and court documents.
Book #HA12, 194 pages, 2012
Finding Your Mayflower Ancestors - Susan E. Roser
This book includes a short history of the people you are researching, the Pilgrims, as well as the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. Find information regarding documentation to successfully prove a lineage by utilizing resources available for New England such as libraries, archives, record offices and historical & genealogical societies. Addresses and records available are included.
Book #HA09, 250 pages, Revised 2004
Migration Patterns in the United States - Beverly Whitaker, CG
In order to identify migration patterns, one must learn the most prominent routes used by persons moving from one location to another during a given time period. Identifying a family’s probable migration route often leads to a sequence of record sources which add detail to your research. The focus of this book is a survey of migration patterns within the U.S.
Book #HA07, 236 pages, 2003
Researching American Cemetery Records - Scott Andrew Bartley
Have you ever wondered about the history of cemeteries, the various types of cemeteries or the symbols used on gravestones? This book will help you understand the mysteries surrounding cemeteries. Included is information about cemetery records created over the years, locating a grave as well as caring for gravestones.
Book #HA05, 166 pages, 2005
Researching American Census Records - Scott Andrew Bartley
A better understanding of the history, content and uses of census records and related material. Much census material is available on computerized databases located in many familiar places; libraries, archives, etc.
Book #HA03, 136 pages, 2002
Researching American Court Records - C. Ann Staley, CG
This book provides an overview of United States court records, selected finding aids to United States court records & strategies for gleaning the records of the courts.
Book #HA15, 259 pages, 2016
Researching American Immigration Records - Kyle Betit
Immigrants arrived in the United States (and its predecessor colonies) through many ports — large ports, smaller ports as well as Canadian ports. This book will help you identify what records were created and what type of information these records can provide in your search of ancestors.
Book #HA06, 171 pages, 2003
Researching American Land Records - Kyle Betit
An overview of the history and types of land documents in the United States including: land grants; homestead records; development bounty lands; deeds and maps. Looking at colonial records (English, French, Mexican, Spanish). As well an overview of the availability of statewide and Internet land record sources & resources; where they are located and how you can contact the appropriate repository.
Book #HA04, 196 pages, 2002
Researching American Military Records - Beverly Rice & Gena Philibert-Ortega, MA, MAR
A discussion of various records created by the military service Army, Navy, and other branches. Records of conflicts of the United States and colonial America from the early colonial wars of the seventeenth century to the Second World War are included.
Book #HA19, 304 pages, 2018
Researching American Newspaper Records - Rhonda McClure & Julie Tarr
An introductory overview of newspapers and the history of American newspapers. Learn about the different ways to find and access newspapers including interlibrary loan, newspaper morgues, microfilm, and online.
Book #HA17, 237 pages, 2017
Researching American Religious Records - Kyle Betit & Beverly Whitaker, CG
A look at religions which had a significant presence in America before 1800. The culture & beliefs of those who settled in early America & understanding many of those developments will greatly assist one's search for genealogical sources and resources of information.
Book #HA01, 258 pages, 2002
Researching American Vital Records - Leslie Brinkley Lawson
Examining birth, marriage, and death records and how they can expand your family tree. Birth, marriage and death records in the United States will be examined to show how much information is available in them. The history of when they began to be recorded in various places and the depth of the information in them over time will be discussed.
Book #HA02, 209 pages, 2nd edition, 2017
Researching American Wills and Administration Records - Scott Andrew Bartley
You may be surprised by the various records created dealing with the estate of your ancestors. The time period, the place and their prominence will be determining factors. Records created by your ancestors as well as legal records created by the courts for individuals with or without wills are included.
Book #HA08, 155 pages, 2004
Researching American World War II Ancestors - Jennifer Holik
This book covers military records for the Army, Navy, Coast Guard and Marines to civilian jobs including the USO, Merchant Marines and others. Learn how to research the service of your military ancestors!
Book #HA16, 312 pages, 2016
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