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**VIDEOS
  • Genealogy Gift Combo #1
    "Give the gift of genealogy with this outstanding instructional combo with FREE 14-day Ancestry.com subscription. Become an Ancestry.com pro with the benefits of this self-paced video training."

  • Genealogy Gift Combo #2
    Give the gift of genealogy with this outstanding instructional combo with FREE 14-day Ancestry.com subscription. This is the perfect gift for the emerging family historian in your clan! Help him/her learn the research ropes quickly and easily with the informative USING ANCESTRY.COM video and FAMILY HISTORY MADE EASY, the fun-to-discover genealogy primer by expert, Loretto D. Szucs. PLUS, get full access to Ancestry.com's over 600 million records for 14 days FREE!

  • Family History Starter Set
    "Beginners--Finally a Family History Starter Set made just for you! This all-in-one Family Heritage Starter Set will start you off on the right foot and serve you for years to come. With six products in one value-packed suite."

  • **REFERENCE BOOKS
  • Ancestry Sources Reference Set
    "The Source, Printed Sources, and Hidden Sources together, comprise the most comprehensive catalog of the full spectrum of American genealogical sources in print. Other guides become strictly optional with these standard works at your side."

  • The Library of Congress: A Guild to Gen. Researce
    "A must have for anyone planning to conduct research in the Library of Congress! The Library of Congress is one of the greatest information reservoirs in the world! Many a genealogist have found themselves walking the enormous halls of the three buildings that hold the library's multitude of information sources." [See also: The Library of Congress 'The Eyes of the Nation Multimedia CD-ROM]

  • The Dawes Commission And the Allotment
    'Of the Five Civilized Tribes 1893-1914'
    "Important New Resource for Native American Research from Ancestry.com of special interest to researchers of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek or Seminole Indian Nations."

  • How to Research American Indian Bloodlines
    "Whether you are searching for personal identity, filling in empty spaces in the family tree or you're seeking enrollment in an Indian tribe, this resource will form an integral part of your library!"

  • After the Trail of Tears: The Cherokees Struggle
    "A powerful narrative that traces the social, cultural, and political history of the Cherokee Nation during the forty-year period after its members were removed from the southern Appalachians and resettled in what is now Oklahoma. (1993) 437 pp., softbound"

  • Map Guide to American Migration Routes
    "Identifies the important overland wagon roads used by Americans from about 1735 to 1815, a period in which the French-Indian War, the Revolutionary War, and the War of 1812 all played a critical role in the development of improved roads in America."

  • The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy
    "Find your American roots faster with The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy 2nd Edition. If you're searching for North American ancestors, this extraordinary textbook could save you months of trial and error by directing you to the best sources of genealogical data available."

  • A Bibliography of American County Histories
    "Thousands of county histories have been published in the United States. In addition to biographical information about prominent citizens, county histories often reveal important details about county record-keeping organizations, such as churches and cemeteries, the origins of counties' original settlers, and other genealogically significant information. This book is a state-by-state listing of 5,000 significant county histories."

  • The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy (Clearance)
    "Learn where to find and how to use vital resources. Whether you're a brand new genealogist trying to figure out where to begin, or a seasoned expert who's hit the proverbial "brick wall, The Source has the answers."

  • Family History Made Easy
    "Here it is, the long awaited Family History Made Easy by Lou Szucs. In her growing list of top sellers, Lou has given us another wonderful book to learn from and enjoy. Family History Made Easy guides the reader through the sometimes confusing world of family history. Family History Made Easy is just that - made easy."

  • Following the Paper Trail
    "Researchers often require concrete knowledge of several foreign languages. This work shows researchers actual documents in thirteen European languages, and guides them through the process of unlocking the information in those pieces of paper. The languages are divided by linguistic family."

  • **CD-ROM'S
  • The Library of Congress 'The Eyes of the Nation CD'
    "A must have for anyone planning to conduct research in the Library of Congress! Enjoy a remarkable multimedia self-portrait of the American people By Curators and Specialists of the Library of Congress with Historical Commentary by Alan Brinkley." [ See also: The Library of Congress: A Guild to Gen. Researce Book]

  • Native American Collection CD-ROM

  • 1870 Census Index TN CD-ROM

  • BLM Land Patent Records: Selected States CD (Win)

  • Georgia Vital Records: Marriages 1775-1900
    (Selected Counties) (Win))

  • North Carolina Vital Records: Marriages 1744 - 1900
    (Select Counties & Years) (Win)

  • Tennessee Vital Records: Marriages CD
    (Selected Counties & Years - Win)

  • South Carolina: Records and Reference

  • Early American Gazetteer CD (Windows)

  • Mayflower Descendant Legacy

  • Slave Narratives CD-ROM (Windows)

  • American Genealogical-Biographical Index
    (AGBI) CD-ROM (Windows)

  • The Civil War CD

  • Military Records: REVOLUTIONARY WAR MUSTER ROLLS CD (Windows)

  • Military Records: WAR OF 1812 MUSTER ROLLS

  • Military Records: CIVIL WAR MUSTER ROLLS CD (Windows)

  • **MISC: MAPS
  • Map of Indian Territory: 1885-1887

  • AniMap Plus County Boundary Historical Atlas v. 2.0 (Win)

  • **U.S. HISTORY REFERENCES
  • The Dawes Commission and the Allotment
    'Of the Five Civilized Tribes 1893-1914'
    "Important New Resource for Native American Research from Ancestry.com of special interest to researchers of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek or Seminole Indian Nations."

  • **RESEARCH TOOLS
  • Family Heritage Starter Set
    "Beginners--Finally a Family History Starter Set made just for you! This all-in-one Family Heritage Starter Set will start you off on the right foot and serve you for years to come. With six products in one value-packed suite."

  • Family Tree Beginners Edition 8.0 (Windows)
    "The first Family Tree software made specifically for beginners! 18-CD Set! Now there's a program you can learn with and grow with comfortably. Generations Family Tree Beginners Edition 8.0 offers robust features in an easy-to-use environment with a multimedia tutorial and genealogy how-to book in the box."

  • Introduction to Family History Online
    "The Introduction to Family History Online Text Bundle includes an award-winning best-seller, a practical guide to novice genealogists, and three sets of important forms to begin your family history. Learn where to find and how to use vital resources. Additional chapters focus on tracking ethnic origins using immigration records and other resources for Native American, African American, Hispanic, and Jewish-American research."

  • Genealogy Online For Dummies
    "Introducing the book that teaches you how to use the World Wide Web (Internet) to begin or expand the search for your family history! Genealogy Online For Dummies gives you all the help you need to research your family history, establish your own genealogy Web site, communicate with other researchers and catalog your findings - all from the comfort of your computer!"

  • The Complete Idiot's Guide to Genealogy
    "Provides you with the tools you need, from tracking down family records to locating long-lost relatives. Learn idiot-proof steps for finding family documents; money-saving tips for planning investigative trips and helpful hints on using electronic resources. The Idiot's Guide even comes with exhaustive lists of genealogical repositories and archives!"

  • Do People Grow on Family Trees?
    "A complete introduction to genealogy with information that will not only intrigue you but help you discover your own family heritage. Learn to conduct an interview, decipher old-fashioned handwriting, interpret names, track down far-flung relatives, dig up documents, sift through archives, and compile a family tree. Book Includes a Working Genealogist's Kit."

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