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This major contribution to young adult genealogy studies helps create ethnic pride, self-esteem, and awareness of the extraordinary accomplishments each ethnic group has brought to the American experience. Designed for use in grades 6-12, this important series explores the creation of the American people while promoting the use and understanding of solid research techniques. Oryx American Family Tree Series enhances the social studies curriculum, especially the thematic strands in the New Curriculum Standards for Social Studies.
A step-by-step guide to genealogical research for students of British American descent or those interested in British Americans.
|Ch. 1||Why Trace Your Roots?||1|
|Ch. 2||Celebrating Heritage||14|
|Ch. 3||The Land of Your Ancestors||22|
|Ch. 4||Your Ancestors Were Immigrants||44|
|Ch. 5||Getting Started||83|
|Ch. 6||Documents and Libraries||115|
|Ch. 7||The Idea of Lineage||137|
|Ch. 8||Preserving What You Find||154|