- These are the books most
often used in Genealogy research by U.S.
researchers and we highly recommend them. Get a couple of these to use
at home for reference and your research will go so much faster! No
more waiting to get to the library to look things up.
- Click on a title to learn more about it.
American Census Handbook
- We heartily recommend this book!
Editor, Genealogy Bulletin
The American Census Handbook contains the most complete listing of
published census indexes ever compiled.
Red Book : 5 star
- American State, County and Town Sources
Eichholz (Editor), William
- Book Description:
- So you're making a little progress in your family history research, having
interviewed most of your older relatives. NOW you need to begin
looking at the records created in the localities where your ancestors once
lived! For US researchers, the RED BOOK is an essential reference book.
Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920
- An excellent tool to help you with census research.
- Contains maps showing the state and county borders the way they were in each
by William Thorndale, William Dollarhide
Source : A Guidebook of American Genealogy
- An excellent book you will use over and over again in your research
by Sandra H. Luebking (Editor), Loretto D. Szucs
Handy Book for Genealogists (9th edition)
- published by Everton
- This book ordered to ship in 24 hours!
- Every genealogist needs one of
these. I have an old one and have used it so much, the pages are coming out.
If you don't have one of these it is a MUST HAVE BOOK for all genealogists. It
gives county maps for every state and tells when each county was formed. This helps you
know where to look for your ancestors. It also tells what records are available in each
county and where to write for records. It is a great genealogy tool and reference book!
- Recommended: The
Librarian's Guide to Public Records:
- The Complete State, County and Courthouse Locator
- This is the librarian's guide to locate public records!
edition puts all the current addresses for public records at your
- More Great Genealogy Books
Our Children's Children
- Preserving Family Histories for Generations to Come
by Bob Greene, D. G. Fulford
Bob Greene and his sister, D.G. Fulford, have created an attractive and engaging guidebook
that makes recording one's personal history for grandchildren and subsequent descendants
as uncomplicated and easy as writing a letter.
The long-awaited companion volume to the bestselling "To Our Children's
Children" poses 365 questions, with ample space for families to write down their own
Our Children's Children - second in this series
- Journal of Family Memories
- Usually ships in 24 hours
Bob Greene, D. G. Fulford / Main Street Books / October 20, 1998
A do-it yourself autobiography in 201 questions.
Book of Myself:
Strong is the urge to write one's life story as a keepsake for oneself and
one's family. The difficulty is knowing where to start, and then where to go
from there. Carl and David Marshall, a grandfather-grandson team, have
created a fine and fun do-it-yourself autobiography.
: Millennium Edition
by Elizabeth Powell Crowe
- A Guide to Genealogy and Local History on the World WideWeb
by Thomas Jay Kemp
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