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  • Must Have Genealogy Resource May 14, 2009
    by DanaJ

    This easy-to-use reference book should be a standard tool on every professional, or hobbyist, genealogist's bookshelf! Organized alphabetically by state, it not only gives us a United States history and geography lesson, it also provides detailed informationed about what years a census was taken, and the locations (if available) of archives, local history, land records, probate records, court records, tax records, cemetery records, church records, military records, periodicals and newspapers, libraries and societies, county resources and special focus categories such as Native American, migration, and Black American. State listings also include each county address and a maps outlining the counties, the date formed, a parent county and much more! Don't delay - buy your's today!

  • Great Book Oct 10, 2008
    by mugman

    A wealth of information for your genealogy searches, I have found many useful tips on where to look for what I have needed.

  • Sep 18, 2008
    by Bill66

    Very good for genealogy. This edition is the 2nd of three editions, but worth having in your library.

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