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New Genealogy Books, Sept. 2013 @ the Library
Advanced Genealogy Research Techniques
by George G. Morgan and Drew Smith
Professional genealogists team up to write an in depth book on advanced methods in tracing your family history. A variety of software programs are discussed as well as social media resources and even DNA profiling for genealogy research. Please note - this is NOT for beginners, but rather those who have been researching for a while and may have run into brick walls.
Find this new book along with others on the same topic on the Upper Level of the Library in the Genealogy Collection under the call number of 929 M.
Finding Your Father's War: A Practical Guide to Researching and Understanding Service in the World War II U.S. Army
by Jonathan Gawne.
Although this book was originally published in 2006, the new edition is completely revised and updated. The author, Johathan Gawne is a noted military researcher and historian. He details the various techniques he personally uses when researching archives, libraries and military associations in search of information.
This new book is located on the Upper Level of the Library in the Genealogy Collection with the call number of 929.1G.