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Genealogy Helps #04
Genealogy Helps, Volume 4, picks up in the time when Texas was its own country and looks at the immigrants who came to Canada and as far afield as England and Ireland.
If your ancestors were from any of these countries and you are researching your family tree, then this e-book should be your first port of call. With its enlightening mix of historical fact and resource-laden information, Genealogy Helps, Volume 4 looks at things like;
- The Years Without Christmas: Puritans Against the Holiday in Colonial New England
- African-American Genealogy Research for Beginners
- Civil War Medical Cards: Using Them to Research Your Union Ancestors
- Techniques for Finding Your Ancestor's Home or Land
- The War of 1812 and the Indian Wars: A Double Conflict
- Social Security Death Benefit Records
- The United States Under the Articles of Confederation: A Forgotten History
- What is Griffith’s Valuation of Ireland?
- 5 Genealogy Research Time-Management Tips
- How to Order Your Ancestor’s Social Security Application
- The Secrets of the 1840 Census, Revealed
- When to Hire a Professional Genealogist
- Online Resources for Researching Your Scottish Ancestors
- Irish Immigration Wave: The Emerald Isle Comes to America
- Resources for Tracing Your Canadian Ancestors Online
- Did Your Ancestors Go Back to England?
- The Wild Days of Texas: When Texas Was a Country
- The Cousin Connection: Explaining the Various Levels of Cousins
- How Given Names Can Help You Identify Your Ancestry
- Military Records and the Fire of 1973
From the Puritans to the hard drinking Scots and Irish, social security death benefit records and a whole lot more, this ebook is a must for anyone with a thirst for knowledge of the past.
It’s always a thrilling moment when you discover that one of your distant ancestors did something momentous. And with Genealogy Helps, Volume 4, you’re one step closer to finding the information you’ve been searching for.
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