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Featuring vintage images of America's roads and routes, each book celebrates the unique aspects of traveling the nation's blacktops through historical images and descriptive captions. From the narrow paths of California's Rim of the World Drive to the building of the Blue Ridge Parkway, from the New Jersey Turnpike to the scenic Ohio River Byway and Georgia's Dixie Highway, the historic lanes of Route 66 spanning eight states, and the people and places along the way that make them great, thousands of vintage images give readers an engaging visual trip down the lanes of America's highways and byways. <p style="text-align:right;color:#A8A8A8"></p>
Papers in states from Alabama to the District of Columbia
Questions Asked on the 1920 Census Column 1: Street, avenue, road, etc. Column 2: House number or farm.
History at Your Fingertips Posted by Diane Did you know that your California Gold Rush ancestors from the East Coast traveled around six months and spent about $200 to make the trip? That the city of Vicksburg, Miss., didn't celebrate Independence Day from 1863, when residents surrendered on July 4 after a 47-day Union siege, until 1945?
As a genealogist that conducts much of his research on the web, good data and image gathering tools are extremely helpful. As a person who relies heavily on the PC as a genealogical repository and information processor, tools that help me sort and process the information I gather are highly valued (prized). In all fairness, I also ought to restate that I rarely (VERY rarely) work with any software outside of the OpenSource (or Free) realm unless I have a hugely compelling reason to do so.
By Adrian O' Carroll , IrishCentral Contributor
Military Many records relating to military service consist only of lists of names on a muster roll or pay list. For later periods, personnel records usually exist, which can also provide researchers with personal information about an individual such as date and place of birth, name and address of next of kin, previous military service and occupation.
Beginning Genealogy Research
Okay, the talk today is about “Civil registration and Beyond” and it’s basically what I feel like talking about, really.
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