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From one Malloy decesndent to another Sharon Stamis
Family History Made Easy: Step by Step
The basics of family history research couldn't be made simpler than with this continuing series of beginning genealogy steps from Ancestry Magazine. Learn everything from starting with home sources to choosing the best federal and state sources to accomplish your research.
Authors Terry and Jim Willard, hosts of the first ten-part PBS "Ancestors" series, bring years of genealogical research experience to play throughout the series. Follow along as they explain the methods of family history research so that you can learn new skills or improve your established research methods.
· Step 1: Getting Started
· Step 2: Treasures in the Attic
· Step 3: Living Sources
· Step 4: Beginning Your Library Research
· Step 5: At the Library
· Step 6: Secondary Source Research
· Step 7: Primary Sources and Vital Records
· Step 8: Census Records
· Step 9: Immigration Records
· Step 10: Naturalization Records
· Step 11: Military Records
· Step 12: Land Records
· Step 13: Will and Probate Records
· Step 14: Court Records
· Step 15: Unusual Record Sources
· Step 16: Computers and Family History
· Step 17: Online Research
· Step 18: Adding Life to Your Family History
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