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Family tree factbook : key genealogy tips and stats for the busy researcher / Diane Haddad and the editors of Family tree magazine.

By: Haddad, Diane.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Cincinnati, Ohio : Family Tree Books, [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Edition: Third edition.Description: 223 pages : illustrations, maps, charts ; 22 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9781440354656; 1440354650.Uniform titles: Family tree magazine (Cincinnati, Ohio) Subject(s): Genealogy | United States -- GenealogyDDC classification: 929.1072/073
Contents:
Research basics -- US state research -- Libraries and archives -- Names -- Genealogy websites -- Computing -- Census -- Immigration -- Military -- Cemeteries -- Genetic genealogy -- Geography -- Social history -- Photography.
Summary: The answers to all your genealogy questions in one place! This convenient, timesaving collection of genealogy hacks gathers the best resources, tips, lists, and need-to-know facts from the experts at Family Tree Magazine. Inside, you'll find fast facts about a variety of family history topics, such as important dates in US history, the different kinds of DNA tests, and how to use the best genealogy websites. Inside, you'll find: Key genealogy lists and statistics: common genealogy abbreviations and acronyms, a glossary of genetic genealogy terms, genealogy pitfalls to avoid, and more ; Strategies for tracking your ancestors in important documents (including census records, passenger lists, and military records) and performing important genealogical tasks (such as searching Ancestry.com).
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Discover your roots!

The answers to all your genealogy questions in one place! This convenient, timesaving collection of genealogy hacks gathers the best resources, tips, lists, and need-to-know facts from the experts at Family Tree Magazine . Inside, you'll find fast facts about a variety of family history topics, such as important dates in US history, the different kinds of DNA tests, and how to use the best genealogy websites.

Inside, you'll find:

* Key genealogy lists and statistics: common genealogy abbreviations and acronyms, a glossary of genetic genealogy terms, genealogy pitfalls to avoid, and more
* Strategies for tracking your ancestors in important documents (including census records, passenger lists, and military records) and performing important genealogical tasks (such as searching Ancestry.com)
* A size perfect for carrying with you wherever your research may lead

"Originally published in 2010 as The family tree pocket reference"--Colophon.

Includes bibliographical references.

Research basics -- US state research -- Libraries and archives -- Names -- Genealogy websites -- Computing -- Census -- Immigration -- Military -- Cemeteries -- Genetic genealogy -- Geography -- Social history -- Photography.

The answers to all your genealogy questions in one place! This convenient, timesaving collection of genealogy hacks gathers the best resources, tips, lists, and need-to-know facts from the experts at Family Tree Magazine. Inside, you'll find fast facts about a variety of family history topics, such as important dates in US history, the different kinds of DNA tests, and how to use the best genealogy websites. Inside, you'll find: Key genealogy lists and statistics: common genealogy abbreviations and acronyms, a glossary of genetic genealogy terms, genealogy pitfalls to avoid, and more ; Strategies for tracking your ancestors in important documents (including census records, passenger lists, and military records) and performing important genealogical tasks (such as searching Ancestry.com).