An introduction to genealogy offers readers information on tracing a family's heritage, explaining how to use Internet resources to aid one's search, and including tips for nontraditional families and special situations.
A guide to collecting primary records to find facts about one's ancestors that covers birth and death certificates, immigration and naturalization records, news clipping and obituaries, the census, cemeteries, and other types of records to search.
A young boy traces his ancestry from his great-great-grandparents to the present day, learning the corresponding stories of people in his father's and mother's families as they lived in parallel generations.
An introduction to genealogy with instructions on how to use sources at home and do research at local, state, and national levels.
Introduces the use of technology in genealogy research, including information about genealogical search engines and databases, using census records and other documentation, and searching for immigrant ancestors in ship's records and foreign sources.