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Maximillion Genealogy

Maximillion Genealogy

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Black's Law Dictionary: First Edition, 1891 Every genealogist, regardless of their time and place of interest, must have a copy of Black's Law Dictionary in their library. Legal terminology differs from place to place and time to time, and successful genealogical research depends on the clear understanding of this changing terminology. The publishers of Black's Law Dictionary are now producing their eighth edition, and the newer editions have added information on the developments in the law in recent decades. But for genealogists the earlier editions retain their value, since they have a higher proportion of information on older law, especially the English feudal law, which is essential for the interpretation of documents from the American colonial period and from the England that the colonists left. While these volumes contain just the sort of legal verbiage that one would expect, there are many other reasons for consulting these volumes. Summary by Robert Charles Anderson, FASGfor Archive CD Books USA

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