Collecting Primary Recordsby Jim Ollhoff
Interest in family history is at its highest. Young people want to know where they came from, as well as the people who built their family and their country. The desire to build a family tree is there, but where does a researcher go to collect information? A genealogist needs to be a detective. This title, Collecting Primary Records, gives advice on where to look for information, what type of information a genealogist needs, and how to organize it all. Young researchers will be thrilled to have the leads they need to find clues about their families' past. Readers explore their own and other people's pasts, creating an understanding of the opportunities and challenges that built this nation.
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