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Evidence Explained, Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace, 3rd Edition – 15% Off Sale Extended Thru June 16

It’s now been eight years since the first edition of Evidence Explained, by Elizabeth Shown Mills, was published. The book proved to be the definitive guide to citation and analysis. This guide left nothing to chance. As time went on, a second edition was required. And now the Bible of genealogical citation has come out […]

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Maine Names Lists 1623-2012 – Now Shipping

The brand new Maine Name Lists – Published and Online Censuses & Substitutes 1623-2012 is now in print and shipping with a FREE immediate PDF download eBook! The Name List book is 103 pages in length and as with his earlier volumes, it’s loaded with information. See Dollarhide’s article, “What are Name Lists?” All Dollarhide […]

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Eastern European Historical Repositories – on sale for 10 to 15% off thru June 16, 2015

I recently obtained copies of the new Eastern European Historical Repositories by Dr. Charles Dickson. I’m always looking for new resources, especially as deals with Europe – and this book fills a void. America has often been described as a melting pot nation. While such an adjective contains some truth it does not capture the […]

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Tracing Your Eastern European Ancestors – On Sale for 10 to 15% Off Thru May 11, 2015

Moorshead Magazines recently brought us Tracing Your Eastern European Ancestors. At 82 pages, this journal offers 15 articles written by a collection of professional researchers and genealogists. Publisher and editor, Edward Zapletal, does an excellent job in describing the difficulties of Eastern Europeans research: “For many of us ion the genealogy world who are researching […]

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Louisiana Names Lists – Published & Online Censuses & Substitutes 1679-2001 – Sale Extended Thru March 19

Louisiana Name Lists – Published and Online Censuses & Substitutes 1679-2001 is now in print and shipping with a FREE immediate PDF download eBook. The Name List book is 99 pages in length and as with his earlier volumes, it’s loaded with information. Sale for 25% off Extended Through Midnight EST Thursday, March 19, 2015 […]

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Kentucky Name Lists – Published & Online Censuses & Substitutes 1773-2000 – Sale Extended Thru March 19

Kentucky Name Lists – Published and Online Censuses & Substitutes 1773-2000 is now in print and shipping with a FREE immediate PDF download eBook. The Name List book is 95 pages in length and loaded with information. Now on extended Sale for 25% off Through Midnight EST Thursday, March 19, 2015 See Dollarhide’s article, “What […]

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Kindred Voices – on pre-pub sale with FREE Immediate PDF ebook download

My friend, Geoff Rasmussen, just wrote a new book entitled Kindred Voices. Geoff is probably best known for his work with Legacy, hosting their weekly webinars. However, he’s a great writer, having written a number of books including the popular Digital Imaging Essentials. We are taking pre-publication orders for the full-color soft-cover book, with a […]

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Getting Started in #Genealogy Bundle – On Sale for 65% Off

As this week’s FRPC Exceptional Bargain Offer, Family Roots Publishing is offering 3 popular genealogy books as a bundle for 65% off – or individually at 25% off. The bundle is heavy, and can’t be shipped outside of the United States & Canada. To Purchase the bundle for just $19.20 (plus $8 p&h), Click Here. […]

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Oregon Burial Site Guide – Available for only the P&H Charge! #Genealogy

I received the following note from my friend, Jan Healy. If you have Oregon research, this is a really good deal! This book is beautifully done, and they are basically giving them away. You’ll never beat the price. Press release – Oregon Burial Site Guide: We are losing our warehouse space the end of July. […]

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The Georgia Frontier; Three Volume Set — 15% OFF

The Georgia Frontier; Three Volume Set, by Jeannette Holland Austin Volume I: Colonial Families to the Revolutionary War Volume II: Revolutionary War Families to the Mid-1880 Volume III: Descendents of Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina Families Following General James Oglethorpe’s initial settling of Europeans from England, Scotland, and the Palatine to the Georgia Colony […]

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An Index to the New UDC CSA Ancestor Album

A few days ago, I received a few copies (now gone) of the United Daughters of the Confederacy CSA Ancestor Album, 2nd Edition. I got them from the publisher, Pelican Publishing Company, and they tell me that the book was printed in short run specifically for pre-orders of the book taken by the United Daughters […]

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Map Guide to German Parish Registers – Province of Pomerania I – RB Köslin – Now Shipping in Soft Cover

Over the last several days, FRPC has shipped the soft cover edition of Map Guide to German Parish Registers, Kingdom of Prussia – Province of Pomerania I – Regierungsbezirk Köslin to all our accounts that have standing orders. We are now releasing it to the public. The hardback library edition will be shipping soon, but […]

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Polish Roots is Now in a New Second Edition! 15% Off Sale Extended Through October 20

Rosemary Chorzempa’s Polish Roots has been the leading guidebook for Polish genealogical research for over 20 years. During that time, there have been numerous advances in Polish genealogy research. As all of my reader’s know, the Internet has made the task of locating Polish ancestors much easier, as more information and images are made available […]

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Free Guide to DNA Testing Download Available

Richard Hill is a well-known authority on all things DNA. A few days ago he advised me that his Guide to DNA Testing, which is posted online, and available free to all, has been updated and expanded. Richard also produced an excellent book a while back entitled Finding My Family. I recommend both.

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Lind Street Research Publishes a New Guide for Finding German Military Records for the former Kingdom of Hanover

I got the following news release this morning. It seems that Teresa Steinkamp McMillin has produced a guide to help researchers with ancestry from the former German Kingdom of Hanover. There are many military records dating from 1514 through 1866 available to researchers, all found on 130 rolls of microfilm at the Family History Library. […]

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