THE RESEARCHER'S GUIDE TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY, THIRD EDITION VAL D. GREENWOOD

THE RESEARCHER'S GUIDE TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY, THIRD EDITION
THE RESEARCHER'S GUIDE TO AMERICAN GENEALOGY, THIRD EDITION
Item# ISBN 978-0806316215
$39.95

This work is still the single best reference and text for the serious beginning genealogist. —American Reference Books Annual, 1991 Greenwood's book is easy to read and covers a broad enough spectrum of resources that readers are equipped to get started with a minimum investment of study time. For those who want to learn how to build pedigrees and reconstruct family groups, tying them from one generation to the next, this book is an excellent guide...This book also has value to other researchers. Historians, demographers, and sociologists studying people in the past will find that this book will provide important guidance in assessing which records will provide the facts needed. Government document librarians will appreciate having this book to refer to in answering questions about censuses and other sources created by national and state government. It is still one of the best guidebooks on genealogical research available. It is an important title to include in collections of libraries with patrons interested in genealogical research. Paperback 662 pages