More Than Words
by Jennifer Cohron
Jan 06, 2012 | 1215 views | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend | print
The Carl Elliott Regional Library has numerous resources for local residents who have made a New Year’s resolution to learn more about their family history. Staff members at the Jasper branch selected these titles to help patrons begin their genealogical search.

Genealogy Online for Dummies

by Matthew Helm

Newly revised to include help for African American, Latino, Asian and Native American families, this user-friendly guide shows you how to fill in your family tree.

Finding Your Roots: How Every American Can Trace His Ancestors at Home and Abroad

by Jeane Westin

Trace your family roots by using the simple techniques of this book. It supplies hundreds of helpful sources you can use to discover and record a family history.

The Researcher’s Guide to American Genealogy

by Val D. Greenwood

This is a classic book to genealogy researchers. It identifies various kinds of records, groups them and explains how to use them in your research.

Virtual Roots: A Guide to Genealogy and Local History

by Thomas Jay Kemp

Do you dread searching online for valuable genealogy websites? Here is a resource guide for you. This detailed directory lists the best archives, libraries, institutions and genealogy societies.