THE TRACE YOUR OWN ROOTS WORKBOOK by Norman Brown

THE TRACE YOUR OWN ROOTS WORKBOOK

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The flimsiest yet of the genealogy books spawned by Roots. Brown introduces just the bare-bones essentials in less than 60 pages, concluding each two--or three-page chapter with a summary checklist. He suggests where to get a researcher's card at the National Archives, how to rub a gravestone, when to hire a professional to expedite your search, and what books and addresses may help beginners. No competition for the more comprehensive Strykker-Rhodda How to Climb Your Family Tree, 1977.

Pub Date: March 27th, 1978
Publisher: Grosset & Dunlap