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  • 337. Writing Life Stories

    $ 12.50

    Writing Life Stories by Bill Roorbach | 1998 | Paperback | 224 pages | ISBN: 1884910475 | Dimensions: 6 x 0.75 x 9.25 inches | Dimensions: 6 x 0.75 x 9.25 inches | How to Make Memories into Memoirs, Ideas into Essays, and Life into Literature From drawing a map of a remembered neighborhood to…

  • 388. Honoring Our Ancestors: Inspiring Stories of the Quest for Our Roots

    $ 15.00

    By Megan Smolenyak Smolenyak. 2002. Paperback. 220 pages. Condition: Excellent; never circulated. ISBN: 978- 1-9312-7900. The heartwarming stories found within these pages are just what the family historian has always needed. They put life in the names & dates and give us more reasons to continue researching our past.

  • 393. You Can Write Your Family History

    $ 15.00

    By Sharon DeBartolo Carmack. 2009. Paperback. 264 pages. Condition: Excellent; never circulated. ISBN: 0806317830. Explains what it takes to create a compelling, highly readable, and entirely true story, whether you decide to write a biography, family history narrative, or memoir. Elements include selecting the best type of family history to write, deciding on a theme,…

  • 399. Reaching Back.

    $ 12.50

    A workbook for recording your life’s most meaningful moments to share with future generations. 1997. With a step-by-step interview process and advice for conducting your genealogical search, this book helps you discover your family’s history by giving you the framework for interviewing relatives and recording their memories. Author: Alice Chapin. Paperback, 151 pages. Condition: Good….

  • 403. Web Publishing for Genealogy

    $ 7.50

    Compiled by Peter Christian. Over the past few years, genealogy websites have been proliferating at such an incredible rate that the Web now provides the best opportunities for locating source materials, contacting other researchers, sharing family information, and publishing the results of your research. Paperback, 73 pages. Condition: Good, but missing title page. Library copy…

  • 578. The Oral History Manual

    $ 15.00

    By Barbara W. Sommer and Mary Kay Quinlan.  2002. A guide to help anyone interested in doing oral history research ‘think like an oral historian. Paperback. Good Condition. Non-circulating library edition.

  • 799. Research and the Manuscript Tradition.

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    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…

  • 803. Carmack’s Guide to Copyright and Contracts. A Primer for Genealogists, Writer, and Researchers.

    $ 10.00

    By Sharon DeBartolo Carmack, CG. 2005. Before you borrow, publish, or sign on the dotted line . . . you need to read this book! This is an easy-to-understand guide written for genealogists that answer your questions and more. Softbound, good condition, with clear protective cover, non-circulating library edition (has library ID markings), 6” x…