A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Immigrant & Ethnic Ancestors: How to Find and Record Your Unique Heritage
Betterway Books, 2000 - 260 halaman
Research techniques specific to the reader's own ancestors' national and ethnic backgrounds enable them to learn where and how to find information they need. Ethnic research techniques and ethnic resources make this book unique from any we've ever published. Ethnic research techniques lead researchers to records based on customs or migration patterns of specific ethnic groups. Ethnic resources are organized around national and cultural backgrounds rather than geography and social statuses such as married, divorced, sued, and so on. Clear, authoritative instruction typifies both the content of this book and the reputation of its author, Sharon DeBartolo Carmack.
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From there , they migrated internally to Pittsburgh and to the back country of
southwestern Virginia , moving further south and west along the Cumberland
Gap into the Appalachian region . Immigrants also tended to settle in areas that ...
... regional records services facilities of the National Archives have acquired the
cards for their jurisdiction : Alaska Region ( Anchorage ) , Central Plains Region (
Kansas City , Missouri ) , Great Lakes Region ( Chicago ) , New England Region
Because Italy was not unified until the 1860s , its people considered themselves
citizens of a village or region , rather than a nation ; therefore , they were usually
recorded in colonial America by their region of origin , Genoese or Florentine ...
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LibraryThing ReviewUlasan Pengguna - patricia_poland - LibraryThing
Carmack's writing is enjoyable and very readable. This is an excellent guide for beginning your research for your immigrant (or ethnic) ancestors. She gives you a heads up on pitfalls to watch for ... Baca ulasan lengkap
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