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Ancestry Magazine, July / August 1997


Ancestry, Volume 15, Number 4, July / August 1997. 

Issue features articles on exploring the National Archives and Records Administration, Northeast Region in New York; Overview of Italian Civil Vital Documents, Germany National Archives, and Early Medical Terminology.


  1. Exploring the National Archives in New York City: A visit to the National Archives and Records Administration - Northeast Region
  2. Italian Civil Vital Records: Nineteenth Century to the Present: An overview of Italian civil documents
  3. Library and Archive Sources, The Bundesarchive of Germany: Record sources in Germany's national archive
  4. Research Cornerstones, Early Medical Terminology: Confusing terms on death certificates explained
  5. Ethnic Origins, Anatomy of a Surname: Where our surnames comes from
  6. The USGenWeb Project: A gathering of county-specific genealogy sites on the Internet

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Archives Inventory Ref Nbr: ALPG ANC15-4-1997

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