Tracing African-American Roots

Tracing African-American Roots

by Dee Clem
     
 
Tracing African-American Roots offers simple methods to trace ancestors and provides guidelines on how to find records to "grow" a personal family tree. It is an essential reference book for beginners as well as professional genealogists. The book contains federal, state and society archives and research websites.

About the Author
Dee Clem is

Overview

Tracing African-American Roots offers simple methods to trace ancestors and provides guidelines on how to find records to "grow" a personal family tree. It is an essential reference book for beginners as well as professional genealogists. The book contains federal, state and society archives and research websites.

About the Author
Dee Clem is the author of thisd "how-to" book on finding ancestors. She earned a Bachelor of Arts degree with a major in Journalism and a minor in English, in 1957 from Wichita (Kansas) State University. She worked as a reporter and feature writer on several newspapers and trade magazines; freelance writer; techniucal writer and editor in the aero-space industry.

She is co-author of the Kitchell Family History; author of Clem, Clemm and Klem,Klemm Family History, two volumes; and editor of a genealogical society's newsletter. For approximately twelve years she served as a volunteer in genealogy at a large public library. she is a member of several national, state and county genealogical societies.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780967584614
Publisher:
Gator Publishing, Inc
Publication date:
02/28/2000
Pages:
232
Product dimensions:
8.50(w) x 11.00(h) x (d)

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