Family Chronicle – March/April 2013, edited by Edward Zapletal; Published March/April 2013 by Moorshead Magazines Ltd.; New back issue; 54 pp; 8.5x11; Full Color; Item # FCMA13; The price of this item includes postage within the United States.
Picture Perfect! Solving Research Mysteries Through Photographs
- Establishing a Timeline in Six Steps,
- Establish a Timeline in Six Steps!
- Researching British Army Records Abroad
- Increase Your Success With Research Logs
- Italian Names... American-Style!
- Fords and Ferries: Your Ancestors' Crossings
In This Issue
- Establishing a Timeline in Six Steps, Marianne Perry shows how creating a timeline can help you to solve a family history research problem
- On the Other Hand… Beverly Smith Vorpahl equivocates on Ancestry.com's trembling leaves
- How Did "Vincenzo" Become "James?" John Philip Colletta, Ph.D examines Italian name traditions in America
- Picture Perfect, Richard H. Goms Jr. details how he located his ancestors through diligent detective work and a little help from some photographs
- Crossing Without Bridges, David A. Norris looks at fords and ferries and how they took our ancestors where bridges did not go.
- FGS 2013 Preview: Journey through Generations, Harold Henderson invites you to find experts, fellow genealogists, and you ancestors in Fort Wayne!
- You Mean We’re Related? Suzanne G. Beyer recounts how a book and television show resulted in an amazing discovery.
- Searching for the Golden Nut, Greg Green offers tips on how to fiind those "interesting" ancestors
- The Lighter Side, Lianna LaLiberte reveals her secret: she's a genealogy addict
- All You Need to Know About Research Logs, Arnon Hershkovitz explains why keeping a research log can increase your chances for success down the road
- Researching the British Army Abroad, In part one of his look at records for the British Army abroad, Ed Storey examines the structure an some useful sources to gain information on military ancestors
- Research Resources, We look at some recent releases of books on family history research
- Look at the Bigger Picture! Dave Obee argues that genealogists are really historians rather than family historians
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