4 edition of Genealogical guide found in the catalog.
Compiled by Elizabeth Benton Chapter, N.S.D.A.R., Kansas City, Mo.
|Statement||with a new introduction by Eric G. Grundset.|
|Contributions||Daughters of the American Revolution. Elizabeth Benton Chapter (Kansas City, Mo.)|
|LC Classifications||E202.5 .A12 Index|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||137, 26 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||137|
|LC Control Number||93080321|
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The Genealogical Guide and the Supplement are reproduced in their entirety in this publication, complete with a new Introduction by the DAR’s distinguished librarian, Eric G. Grundset.
In this one convenient book, the researcher now has access to all genealogical items that appeared in the first 89 volumes of the DAR Magazine. This book has a lot of information to help you research your family. It has some guides and internet sites for your assistance.
Good quick read. I read various places this was a great resource for searching genealogy information in the title locations. Certainly well worth the price.
This has some good information/5(41). Genealogy is the study of our ancestors: our parents, their parents, and on and on. But not only are we looking for a list of names and dates, we’re also looking for their stories and how they fit into history. Genealogy is a lot like putting together a jigsaw puzzle.
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This includes indexes of documents actually filed in the County Clerk’s office prior to Indexes are available for following filed years: Birth Records:. A lthough genealogical periodicals offer many sources of hidden information, they are often overlooked by genealogists in searching for family history.
One reason for this is the time that may be required in searching through them for a particular name. Certainly, the task can be quite daunting if one scrutinizes the individual issues of each periodical.