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HHJH-MIGR: AMERICAN MIGRATION GUIDE
Helpful guide to migration trails and patterns of early settlement. Includes 11"X 17" reproduction of Mitchel's 1860 U.S. map showing westward migration routes.
By John W. Heisey, 31 pp., 8.5" x 11", Softbound ... $12.00 


HHJH-MAPS: MAPS, ATLASES AND GAZETTEERS
How to use maps, atlases and gazetteers as aids to genealogical problems. Plot migration routes, locate ancestral home sites, find obscure cemeteries and towns.
By John W. Heisey, 32 pp., 8.5" x 11", Softbound ... $12.00 


HH-FCWMIG: AMERICAN MIGRATION RESEARCH TIPS
The family started from? And wound up where? How did they get from one place to another? Walk? Horseback? Canoe? Wagon? Boat? Car? Steamship? Airplane? One of the most exciting things our ancestors ever did was to move. Migration was a big thing in their lives and many of them did not even survive it! Why did they move? What were their reasons for moving? Were they just trying to get out of one place or was the purpose just to get to another? Why did they go where they went? What clues did they leave behind? What clues did they take with them? What clues did they bring to their new home? Do these clues still exist and can we find them? Many answers await you in this book.
By Fran Carter Walker, 49 pp., 8.5" x 11", Softbound ... $14.00  


HH-FCWMAP: MAPS, ATLASES AND GAZETTEERS
These valuable tools can help genealogist in dozens of ways IF they know how to use them. Learn how here! Each one of these aides to gegenealogical research help us to locate our ancestors in a special place at a special time. Further research can then be conducted in theat place to assist us in learning more about where our ancestors went to church and school, where they shopped and lived their daily lives. Maps can help us locate that cemetery where our ancestors body is probably located, atlases can help us determine the lenght of the trip to the courthouse and gazetteers can alert us to the naming of natural features of the land which may have been named after them.
By Fran Carter Walker, 41 pp., 8.5" x 11", Softbound ... $14.00 


HH-FCWIMM: SEARCHING FOR YOUR IMMIGRANT ANCESTOR
This publication helps you identify what you know and determine what you want to know about your immigrant ancestor. It discusses the records that exist and where to find them.
By Fran Carter-Walker, 90 pp., 8.5" x 11", Softbound ... $16.00 


HH-FCWPRE: SEARCHING FOR YOUR PRE-1800 ANCESTORS
All through the 1800's (except for 1890) we have census, imperfect though it be, to help us locate and identify and explore our family history. But the federal census as we know itstopped ( or started, depending how you look at it) in 1790. This makes tracing our pre-1800 ancestors, not impossible, but definitly more difficult. There are records we can help use to bridge the gap left by the lack of a federal census, and this book tells you what they are and where you can access them. Don't stumble around in the dark. Get this book and lighten your load. Find out WHERE you need to search to find those ancestors!
By Fran Carter Walker, 76 pp., 8.5" x 11", Softbound ... $20.00 

 

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