Tracing Your Female Ancestors; Compiled by Gena Philibert-Ortega; 68 pps; 8.5x11; Full Color; Item # MM014-PDF; PDF downloadable eBook, Downloads are available immediately upon placing order.
This book is also available in printed format.
WE’LL SHOW YOU HOW!
- 25 Websites to Increase Success:
- Plus Research Tips For:
- Women in the Work Force
- Women and the Vote
- Women in Photographs
- African American Ancestors
- Women in the Civil War
- Female Ancestors Pre-1850
- The Secret Lives of Women
- And Much More!
Includes a special look at Women in Photographs by Maureen Taylor
- Introduction, tips and strategies to help you get started in your search for your female ancestors
- Finding Your Pre-1850 Female Ancestors, we look at some key sources and offer some alternatives to locating female ancestors before 1850
- 25 Online Sources, a list of key sites you should add to your internet toolbox
- Women’s Clubs, when traditional sources aren’t enough, try locating your ancestor in clubs and other organizations
- Tracing Your African American Female Ancestors, there are many resources available for researching your African American female ancestors
- Jane S. Chatham Case Study, a look at one lady’s very difficult life and the sources used to piece it together
- Women & Divorce, they didn’t do that in the good old days: researching your female ancestor’s divorce
- Women’s Work, women were more than just housewives; they filled many different roles in peacetime and wartime
- Secret Lives Of Women, search for your female ancestor in cookbooks, journals, quilting books and more
- Manuscript Collections, manuscript collections can uncover details to help illustrate the life of your female ancestor
- University Library Sources, university libraries are great repositories for additional information that might otherwise go unnoticed
- Women In Photos, renowned photo expert, Maureen Taylor, shines some light on finding your ancestor in photographs
- Women And The Vote, knowing more about the history of female suffrage can point you toward valuable resources
- Women In The Civil War, you might be surprised to find out what your female ancestor did during the Civil War
- Grandma Was An Alien? alook at how women became aliens in their own country
- Writing Their Story, telling the story of your female ancestor is an important step in your ongoing genealogy research
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