Genealogy Quest

Genealogy Quest

DVD - 2011
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Volume four. Newpapers and obituaries: Kathy Patrick shows how to use newspapers and obituaries to find out information about your relatives. Directories: Pat Johnson explains the various kinds of directories useful for family research and genealogy. Collateral relatives: Carol Stetser discusses researching wives and other distaff members of your family tree. Writing your family history: Boyd Johson gives tips on writing and publishing your family history.
Volume three. Passenger records: Professional researcher and instructor Carol Stetser explains passenger and naturalization records. Technology for genealogists: Bob Larson highlights the various kinds of technology used for genealogy and family research. Land records: Ceil Damschroder explains the various land records available in the United States -- BMD & church records: Carol Stetser explains the assortment of birth, marriage death and church records around the world.
Volume two. Census records: Kathy Patrick reviews Federal and state census records available from 1790 to 1930. Cemeteries: Past president of the Larimer County Genealogical Society Ceil Damshroder surveys sources that come from goverment, public and private cemeteries across the world. Military records: Retired educator and intructor Boyd Johnson, along with Kathy Patrick explain the information available from different military records, from the early Indian wars and Revolutionary War to beyond World War II to present time. Wills & probate records: Pat Johnson explains the diferent types of will and probate records across the world.
Volume one. Genealogy overview: Host Ken Goldsberry interviews Bob Larson, president of the Larimer County Genealogical Society on several genealogy and family history topics. Family History Center volunteer and instructor Pat Johnson discusses using the Family History Library in Salt Lake, local family history centers and the FamilySearch website. Genealogical websites: Kathy Patrick, vice president of the Larimer County Genealogical Society, explains the availability of a wide variety of free and fee-based genealogical databases on the Internet. National archives in Denver: Marene Baker from the National Archives in Denver describes the government collections located there.
Publisher: Fort Collins, Colo. : Larimer County Genealogical Society, c2011
Characteristics: 4 videodiscs (480 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/ 4in
Call Number: LH DVD 929.1072 GEN

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