Genealogical Research in Nebraska; by Ruby Coleman; May 2011; 108 pp, plus vi; Soft Cover; ISBN: 9781933194738; Item # FR0117
A year in the planning, the new Genealogical Research in Nebraska is now available. The book was written specifically for genealogists who have ancestors or relatives who may have settled in Nebraska.
As with researching in any area, the challenge for researching in Nebraska is to locate as many of the records as possible. There are many repositories where these records are found. Like many other states, Nebraska’s record keeping is somewhat unique, but very useful to the genealogist. Many records are available to document one’s Nebraska family, whether they settled and stayed, or moved on after a few years. Ruby’s book will help you find those records.
Heavily illustrated with photos and documents, this volume may give the researcher clues as to records that may be available that they hadn’t even considered.
The following chapters make up the book:
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About the Author: Ruby Coleman, of Nebraska, has been actively involved in researching genealogy for over 40 years and has been a professional genealogist for over 25 years. She is an instructor of seminars and classes, as well as a lecturer and free-lance writer. Her expertise is in Nebraska and the plains states genealogy, history, and research.