915. Printed Sources. A Guide to Published Genealogical Records.
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Edited by Kory L. Meyerink. Printed Sources addresses the large and growing body of printed material – the background information, finding aids, published original records, and compiled records – that can assure success in your family history research. This guide will make your research easier by identifying, defining, and explaining how to use the myriad of printed genealogical sources. You’ll learn about vital records, county histories, published indexed, and many other types of printed sources that can lead you to your ancestors. Published by American Genealogical Lending Library in 1998. Binding: Hard cover, with dust jacket; 9” x 12” x 1.7” | Condition: Very good; non-circulating library edition, with library ID markings. | Pages: 839