Alaska Censuses & Substitute Name Lists – 1732-1999 2nd Edition, with a selection of National Name Lists, 1600s – Present, an annotated bibliography of published and online name lists; by William Dollarhide; 83 pp., PDF (download only) edition; 8.5x11; Published: 2018; Downloads are available immediately upon placing order; Item # FR0212-2
This new Second Edition includes 54 Alaska State URLs - all links to databases. Three Hundred Thirty-Five National URLs are also included. There are an additional 12 pages in the Second Edition (as compared to the First Edition).
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William Dollarhide is best known as the co-author and cartographer of Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, a book of 393 census- year maps, and one of the bestselling titles ever published in the field of genealogy. Mr. Dollarhide currently lives in Washington. He has written numerous guidebooks related to genealogical research.
With this series of genealogical guides, William Dollarhide continues his long tradition of writing books that family historians find useful in their day-to-day United States research. Bill’s Name List guides give a state-by-state listing of what name lists are available, where to find them, and how they can be used to further one’s research.
Censuses and substitute name lists are key to success in any genealogical endeavor. Name lists, be they national, state, county, or even city or town in scope, can help nail down the precise place where one’s ancestor may have lived. And if that can be done, further records, usually found on a local level, will now be accessible to research. But success depends on knowing where the ancestor resided. This is where Dollarhide’s censuses and substitute name lists guides can make the difference.
Not only does this volume give a detailed bibliography of censuses and substitute name lists available for the state, but links to websites, FHL book & microfilm numbers, archive references, maps, and key historical information make this volume invaluable to the researcher looking to extend their lines and fill in the family tree.
I recommend it to any genealogist, beginner or advanced, that had ancestors in the state. - Leland K. Meitzler, Editor – GenealogyBlog.com, Publisher – Family Roots Publishing Co., LLC
This book is also available in printed format.