Ancestry's Guide To Research: Case Studies in American Genealogy

Ancestry's Guide to Research: Case Studies in American Genealogy

Johni Cerny & Arlene Eakle, Ancestry's Guide To Research: Case Studies in American Genealogy, © 1985, Ancestry Incorporated, Salt Lake City, Utah, Soft Bound, 364 Pages, 0-916489-01-9.

The perfect guide for your journey into the past.  A complete and insighful guide for family research.  For the beginning genealogist, there is no better plan to begin the hunt for ancestors.


  1. Elements of Genealogical Identification
  2. Genealogy Yellow Pages
  3. On the Reference Shelf
  4. Getting Started
  5. Organizing Yourself
  6. Sources
  7. How Rules Apply to Genealogy
  8. Tracing an American Lineage
  9. Tracing Ancestors with Common Surnames
  10. Ancestry by Occupation
  11. Tracing a Lineage Through Burned Records
  12. Tracing the Women in Your Family
  13. Military Ancestors
  14. Colonial Ancestors
  15. Ethnic Ancestors
  16. Immigrant Ancestors.

Dimensions (in inches): 0.78 x 8.40 x 5.47

Library of Congress Catalog Listing

  • LC Control Number: 84072694
  • Type of Material: Book (Print, Microform, Electronic, etc.)
  • Personal Name: Cerny, Johni.
  • Main Title: Ancestry's guide to research : case studies in American genealogy / by Johni Cerny & Arlene Eakle.
  • Published/Created: Salt Lake City, Utah : Ancestry Inc., 1985.
  • Related Names: Eakle, Arlene H.
  • Description: 364 p. : ill.; 22 cm.
  • ISBN: 0916489019 (pbk.)
  • Notes: Includes index.
  • Subjects: United States--Genealogy--Handbooks, manuals, etc.
  • LC Classification: CS49 .C46 1985
  • Dewey Class No.: 929/.1/0973 19
  • Geog. Area Code: n-us---
  • CALL NUMBER: CS49 .C46 1985
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