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  • 294. In Search of Our Ancestors by Megan Smolenyak

    $ 20.00

    The Companion to the PBS Series.  101 stories of families tracking down their roots provide readers with inspiration and support. | Paperback | 242 pages | Publisher: Adams Media; Ftv edition (March 1, 2000) | ISBN-10: 1580623174 | ISBN-13: 978-1580623179

  • 295. Honoring Our Ancestors by Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak.

    $ 12.50

    Honoring Our Ancestors has fifty stories that hold one common thread- the seemingly endless way to creatively pay tribute to our ancestors. You’ll find stories ranging from building an ancestral ship and quilting a family history, to commemorating an ancestral homeland with a museum and writing music to memorialize the past. The heartwarming stories found…

  • 297. They Came to America, Finding Your Immigrant Ancestors

    $ 10.00

    By Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak.  A companion to the PBS Program.  They Came To America: Finding Your Immigrant Ancestors’ will help you master the fundamentals and sort through the countless books and websites now available to find the select few that will lead to your old country past as swiftly as possible. We invite you to…

  • 333. History for Genealogists.

    $ 25.00

    Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand Your Ancestors by Judy Jacobson. Paperback | 324 pages | ISBN: 978-0-8063-5439-2 | Publisher : Clearfield Company, 2009 |Dimensions: 7.1 x 0.73 x 10.8 inches | History lays the foundation to understand a group of people. Genealogy lays the foundation to understand a person or family using…

  • 334. Lost and Found: The Guide to Finding Family, Friends, and Loved Ones.

    $ 10.00

    Paperback by Troy Dunn | 2003 | Paperback | 75 pages | ISBN: 1-59331-028-5 | Dimensions: 5.56 x 0.2 x 8.58 inches | If you are among the millions of people who are looking for someone from your past, you are about to embark on an exciting journey. Perhaps your search is one of the…

  • 338. Genealogical Research and Resources. A Guide for Library Use.

    $ 12.50

    Genealogical Research and Resources. A Guide for Library Use by Lois C. Gilmer | 1988 | Paperback | ISBN: 0-8389-0482-3 | 70 pages | Dimensions: 6.5 x 0.25 x 9.25 inches | Gilmer provides in five concise chapters basic information that she hopes will help the librarian to narrow the topic, guide the patron to locally available…

  • 340. You Too Can Find Anybody

    $ 10.00

    You Too Can Find Anybody by Joseph J. Culligan | Paperback | ISBN: 0963062107 |364 pages | Dimensions: 5.5 x 1 x 8.75 inches | Right at your fingertips, you can now have access to thousands of government and law enforcement agencies, records departments, and licensing bureaus used by private detectives! Renowned private investigator Joseph…

  • 347. How to Trace Your African American Roots

    $ 10.00

    How to Trace Your African American Roots by Barbara Thompson Howell | 1998 First Edition | Paperback | 247 pages | Dimensions: 5.46 x 0.78 x 8.2 inches | ISBN: 0806520558 | A hands-on book for African-Americans who want to meet and know their ancestors, this book includes specially designed worksheets and easy-to-read genealogical charts.

  • 348. How To Find Your Family Roots: A Complete Guide to Searching for Your Ancestors.

    $ 10.00

    How To Find Your Family Roots: A Complete Guide to Searching for Your Ancestors by William Latham | 1994 Revised Edition | Paperback | 224 pages | Dimensions: 0.5 x 5 x 8.5 inches | ISBN: 0963994603 | Shows you how to trace your family history in a simple, easy, and inexpensive manner. He’ll show you…

  • 360. The Ultimate Research Book: Worldwide Adoption and Vital Records

    $ 10.00

    The Ultimate Research Book: Worldwide Adoption and Vital Records by Lori Carangelo | 1998 First Edition | Paperback | 293 pages | ISBN: 09425605004 | Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.32 x 11 inches | From the files of Americans For Open Records (AmFOR) | Each edition reveals how to find anyone, nationwide, dead or alive, for little…

  • 366. When Your Ox Is in the Ditch

    $ 7.50

    When Your Ox Is in the Ditch by Vera McDowell | 1992| Paperback | 161 pages | ISBN: 0806314842 | Genealogical How-to Letters, Vera McDowell’s letters containing practical advice to genealogists first appeared in the Augusta Genealogical Society’s newsletter, Southern Echoes, in July 1982, and since then she has become something of a “Dear Abby”…

  • 378. Family History Made Easy

    $ 10.00

    Family History Made Easy by Loretto Dennis Szucs guides the reader through the sometimes confusing world of family history. Family History Made Easy is just that—made easy. Noted author and lecturer Loretto (Lou) Szucs covers the basic tools and provides essential instruction to get you started on your family history adventure. She teaches you in…

  • 381. Our Family Tree – A Keepsake Book

    $ 10.00

    By Barbara Briggs Morrow. 2004. Hardcover. 80 pages. ISBN-13: 978-1412741224. Condition: Excellent; unused. The book is divided into 28 sections that are designed to help you document family ancestry and traditions. Written prompts help you determine what kind of information is important to note. 

  • 389. In Search of Our Ancestors.

    $ 12.50

    By Megan Smolenyak. 2000. Paperback. 256 pages. Condition: Excellent; never circulated. ISBN: 978-1580623179. The companion of the PBS Series, this book will appeal to the millions of Americans who want to know more about their origins. 

  • 390. Searching For Your Ancestors: The How and Why of Genealogy, 6th Edition

    $ 12.50

    By Gilbert H. Doane & James B. Bell. 1992. Paperback. 334 pages. Condition: Excellent; never circulated. ISBN: 978-0816619900. This lively text provides step-by-step guidance to help you construct a family tree, trace elusive ancestors, discriminate between promising leads and false information, use new computer research methods, both in the U.S. and abroad.

  • 391. Sustainable Genealogy: Separating Fact from Fiction in Family Legends

    $ 12.50

    By Richard Hite. 2013. Paperback. 128 pages. Condition: Excellent; never circulated. ISBN: 978-0806319827. This book explains how to avoid the traps many family historians can fall into. Whether it’s a proud family legend, a venerable publication, or the claims of an internet family tree, the unsubstantiated genealogical source is like a house of sticks before…

  • 392. On Doing Local History, 2nd Edition.

    $ 15.00

    By Carol Kammen. 2003. Paperback. 208 pages. Condition: Excellent; never circulated. ISBN: 0-7591-0253-8.  Few books have become classics in their field, this practical guide to the research and writing of history is easy to read, and the content is thought-provoking. The book should be a catalyst for increased study in local history…[a] necessary guide for…

  • 759. Ancestor’s Red Book, American State, County, and Town Sources, Revised Edition

    $ 20.00

    Edited by Alice Eichholz, Ph.D., C.G. Discover where to go to locate the information you need to fill in the gaps in your family tree and avoid the disappointments of endless dead ends. The Red Book lists repositories of information in counties and towns across America. Hardbound, good condition, non-circulating library edition (has library ID…

  • 799. Research and the Manuscript Tradition.

    $ 12.00

    By Frank G. Burke. 1997. This book is a reflection on using manuscripts for research, administering manuscript and archival collections and institutions, and the lessons learned from teaching a manuscripts administration course for more than twenty years. It provides a solid theoretical base as well as practical advice and a glimpse of the satisfaction that…

  • 802. In Search of Your European Roots.

    $ 20.00

    A Complete Guide to Tracing Your Ancestors In Every Country in Europe. By Angus Baxter. 2001. Third Edition. This books is designed to guide the reader through the complexities of genealogical research in Europe, whether the research is conducted in person, by correspondence, or online, using church, state, and provincial archives.  Softbound, good condition, non-circulating…