An exciting new addition to any family historian’s library, Family History: Digging Deeper will take your research to the next level. Joined by a team of expert genealogists, Simon Fowler covers a range of topics and provides clear advice for the intermediate genealogist. Helping you push back the barriers, this book details how to utilise the internet in your research and suggests some unusual archives and records which might just transform your research. It will teach you about geneological traditions, variants of family history around the world and even the abuse of geneology by the Nazis. It will help you understand current developments in DNA testing, new resources and digitised online material. Problem-solving sections are also included to help tackle common difficulties and provide answers to the brick walls often reached when researching one’s ancestors. If you want to dig deeper into your family tree and the huge array of records available, then this book is for you.
|Publisher:||The History Press|
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||2 MB|
|Age Range:||18 Years|
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I think Mr. Fowler tries to do too much in one book. How our ancestors lived and the laws governing them in their time interesting. Where to look for records good. However mixing the two only confused me,