Genealogy: How to

Tracing your Family History
Tracing your Family History The Complete Guide to Locating your Ancestors and Finding Out Where You Came From By Hull, Lise (Book - 2006 ) 929.1072 HULL Available in some locations
A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering your Female Ancestors
A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering your Female Ancestors Special Strategies for Uncovering Hard-to-find Information About your Female Lineage By Carmack, Sharon DeBartolo (Book - 1998 ) 929.1 CARMACK Available in some locations
The Handybook for Genealogists
The Handybook for Genealogists United States of America By Everton, George B. (Book - 2002 ) 929.1 EVERTON In-library use only in some locations
Black Family Research
Black Family Research Records of Post-Civil War Federal Agencies at the National Archives By United States (Book - 2010 ) AE 1.124:108/2010 Gov.Doc.Coll. Available in some locations
Family History 101
Family History 101 A Beginner's Guide to Finding your Ancestors By Melnyk, Marcia Yannizze (Book - 2005 ) 929.1072 MELNYK Available in some locations
Jewish Genealogy
Jewish Genealogy A Sourcebook of Family Histories and Genealogies By Zubatsky, David S. (Book - 1984-1990 ) 929.1 Z93 In-library use only in some locations
Professional Genealogy
Professional Genealogy A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers, and Librarians (Book - 2001 ) 929.1 P964 R In-library use only in some locations
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Who was my great-grandmother? When did my uncle move here and why? There are many books that can start you on the path towards creating your family tree. They will guide you through the process of digging through vital records, census reports, and ships’ passenger lists. Then the rest – the digging and the research – is up to you!

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