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The complete idiot's guide to genealogy (1997)

by Christine Rose, Kay Germain Ingalls

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After I got this book I was pretty disapointed at the lack of support for people trying to track their geneology to Europe as well as African-Americans trying to track ancestry to Africa. Besides that, very informative. ( )
  Ninja337 | Oct 28, 2006 |
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Describes methods for conducting genealogical research, explains how to trace the history of a family through the use of living sources and public records, and includes updated information on the latest census data, the art of using online research, and guidelines on how to find valuable offline records.… (more)

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