By successfully completing this course, students will be able to:
Describe how to begin the process of researching your genealogy.
Describe where to look for clues.
Describe where and how to find official records kept by local municipalities, churches, and other entities.
Describe using technology to connect with other people that have information you need.
Describe how to avoid common mistakes.
Summarize how to write and publish your family history, and
Demonstrate mastery of lesson content at levels of 70% or higher.
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Heritage Quest Online - Find ancestors in the complete set of U.S. Federal Census images from 1790-1930, including name indexes for many years. Also includes Books, Revolutionary War Records, Freedman's Bank, genealogy and local history articles. (Pioneer access code required)
Crash Course in Family History: An Easy Step-By-Step Illustrated Guidebook and Comprehensive Resource Directory: The Indispensable Guide to Tracing Yo
By Larsen, Paul 2010-05 - Fresh Mountain Air Pub. Co.
9780974269559 CHECK CATALOG
Whether you're just getting started or catching up on your family tree, this comprehensive resource book and illustrated guidebook helps bring resources from around the world into your home. And makes connecting with your ancestors fun, easy, and quick. …More
Genealogy for the first time: research your family history
By Best, Laura 2003-01 - Sterling Publishing Company
1402701098 CHECK CATALOG
The Complete Idiot's Guide to Writing Your FamilyHistory is a fun, easy-to-follow guide giving basic instruction to researching your past and writing it down in a way that present and future generations will enjoy reading over and over. The book gives you advice on not only finding those long-lost aunts and uncles, but how to ask them just the right questions to get the really good stories out of them. Learn how to ask questions like a journalist, write like a novelist, and research like a genealogist. …More
The Everything Guide to Online Genealogy: Use the Web to Trace Your Roots, Share Your History, and Create a Family Tree
By Powell, Kimberly 2011-01 - Adams Media Corporation
9781440511684 CHECK CATALOG
Traces the history and origin of Highland dress and of tartans explaining how and when they should be worn. Main body of the book is an extensive list of family names, details of the leading families that have tartans and illustrations of 265 tartans. …More