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Genealogy and History Facts at Your Fingertips! This convenient, timesaving, handy collection of genealogy reference material gathers the best resources, tips, lists and need-to-know facts from the experts at Family Tree Magazine. Use the Family Tree Pocket Reference to find: Definitions for unfamiliar terms and acronyms US state fast facts Family tree software at a glance Genealogy data websites Surname origins Naming practices by culture Census dates and questions US immigration ports ... and so much more!
Your Census Research Companion Census records are a key source for tracing your family tree—and this handy collection puts census-related resources, tips, lists and need-to-know facts at your fingertips! Use The Genealogist's Census Pocket Reference to find websites with census records and date questions from each U.S. census 1790 to 1940 maps of the territory covered in each federal census a key to common abbreviations instructions to enumerators population and immigration trends explanations of special schedules state and international census resources …and so much more! Stash this indispensable book in your computer case, tote bag—or yes, your pocket—and take it with you whenever you research.
Unlock new records in your family history research by understanding the historic events of your ancestors' eras. This quick and convenient guide outlines the major political, military and social events in the United States from the colonial era through 1940. It also includes immigration trends and census dates to help you narrow your research focus and find genealogy records faster. Use The Genealogist's U.S. History Pocket Reference to find: Timelines, charts, quick lists and maps of major events. Popular foods, songs and books of each era. Timelines of wars and other military events. Dates for federal, state and special censuses. Immigration data including major ports and countries of origin. ...and so much more! Stash this indispensable book in your computer case, tote bag or, yes, your pocket, and take it with you wherever you research.
Every family has a history, and this history can be traced in national and local archives for several centuries. In researching a family tree or pedigree you learn who your ancestors were, where they lived, how they earned a living, what wealth or social position they attained and what contribution they made to their community. In this book the authors explain their well-tried method of plotting a family tree and compiling a family history, devoting a chapter to each of the various sources of documentary evidence, detailing the kind of information you can obtain from each and how to interpret it. They also advise on the best ways of recording family history as recounted by senior members of the family. This popular book has been completely revised and updated in the light of new technologies available to the modern genealogist. Other titles for Shire by this author are: Discovering Local History (see above) Discovering Old Handwriting (see above) Discovering Your Old House
Of the making of many denominations there is no end, or so it seems in North America. Baptists, Lutherans, Methodists, Presbyterians and Schwenkfelders--how do you keep track of them all? What are their differences? Are there similarities? Where do they each belong on the Christian family tree? Editors Drew Blankman and Todd Augustine have designed the Pocket Dictionary of North American Denominations as a quick reference guide to orthodox and not-so-orthodox church groups in the United States and Canada. Among the denominations and groups examined are Bible churches African American denominations confessional churches mainline denominations churches in the evangelical tradition Pentecostal churches groups on the Christian fringe Based on the award-winning Dictionary of Christianity in America, this pocket dictionary is an affordable and easily accessible "help key" for understanding the Christian traditions of your North American neighbors.
Written by an expert geneaologist, this book guides beginners and experienced family historians alike through often complex historical records.

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