Lesson 7: Searching by Place
Lesson 7: Searching by Place may be not only one of the most beneficial genealogy classes in this series but in any genealogy course.
Filled with critical details and advice for tracing migration routes and immigration patterns, the information provided in this lesson is needed for any successful research where your ancestors have moved around, whether it has been around the globe or around a country.
Lesson seven deals with the common problems associated with geographic ancestral searches. It is an invaluable resource to the beginning genealogists that points out common sense solutions to those problems in a simple easy to follow manner.
To name only a small part of this significant lesson, you will acquire the tools to deal with problems such as:
- Disappearing Villages
- Changing place Names
- Multiple places with the same name
Ancestor hunting by geography is one of the stickiest and most puzzling areas of genealogy research.
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