Mastering Census & Military Records

Mastering Census & Military Records

W. Daniel Quillen

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This book covers the use of two of the most effective sets of genealogical information available to genealogists: census and military records. Topics include: Federal censuses: what they are, how to use them, pitfalls and issues concerning the information found in them; Mortality schedules: a frequently overlooked gold mine of little-known genealogical data; State censuses: genealogically rich resources; Military records: where and how to find them, what information is available; and War-by-war records availability. (151pp. illus. index. Cold Spring Press, 2014.)