FamilyHistoryExpos.com is proud to announce that we made our goal of writing twelve books in twelve months. The 12th book, Locating Ancestors in the Old Country, A Research Guide, has just been made available on the website. Each of the books is supported by a series of webinar videos and class handouts. All of these can be purchased on the FamilyHistoryExpos.com website. Also, so far, five of these books are available on Amazon.com. We plan to add all of them to those offered on Amazon.com. Simply search for the name of the book or the name of an author on Amazon.
Here is the list of the Research Guides published during the year 2015 with a short description of each:
Beginning Military Research Research Guide
Military records hold an abundance of information that you may not be expecting. You never know what you may find until you look. This guide will give you in-depth resources, methods, and strategies to move forward with your military ancestor research. Learn to read old style handwriting, how to use catalogs, and many more skills to speed up your access to locating and understanding the records. Presenters include: Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, and Holly T. Hansen.
The Power of Marriage Documents Research Guide
The power of marriage documents in family history research is astounding! Did you realize more than 16 official records are created at the time of the event? With in-depth detail, sources and strategies this printed research guide will help you break your losing streak. Presenters include . Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, Holly T. Hansen, and Ruby Coleman.
British Isles Research Guide
Researching the British Isles? This Research Guide shares the latest up to date information for researching your British Isles family tree. It contains in-depth detail, sources and strategies, bibliographies of additional research sources are included for furthering your research success. Presenters include . Judith E. Wight, Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, and Holly T. Hansen.
German Sources, Strategies, & Methodology Research Guide
296 pages filled details on locating and using in-depth sources, strategies, and methodologies for researching your German ancestors. Ruth E. Maness, AG has the latest details for you in this guide. It contains info for online research as well as on the ground.
In-depth Census Research Guide
With more than 230 pages of instruction and detail on in-depth sources, strategies, and methodologies for researching census records for your ancestors. Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, and Holly T. Hansen have the latest details for you in this guide. It contains info for online research as well as on the ground.
Locating Ancestors in the Old Country Research Guide
This series of classes goes over the basics and into the details of immigration, emigration, and migration. These classes are recorded live in Salt Lake City. Presenters include: Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, and Holly T. Hansen.
New England Research Guide
This Research Guide will help you understand the elements of research, sources, strategies, and methodologies used to successfully research your New England Ancestors. Classes will be recorded in Salt Lake City. Presenters include: Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, Ruth Ellen Maness, and Holly T. Hansen.
Scandinavian Research Sources and Strategies
The basics of Scandinavian Family History Research! With in-depth sources and strategies. 100 pages of research guidance in a nice printed book.Ruth Ellen Maness, Arlene H. Eakle, and James L. Tanner are the research professionals participating in the live presentations.
Southern States Research Guide
Understanding the elements of research is critical to your success in Southern States research. This Research Guide will give you insight you need to break through your brick walls. Classes will be recorded in Salt Lake City. Presenters include: Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, Billy Dubois Edgington, and Holly T. Hansen.
The Ins and Outs of Probate for Genealogists
Probate is a process that proves the will of a deceased person is valid. Probates include wills, estate inventories, letters of administration, and other documents relating the the settlement of a deceased person's estate. There is an abundance of information in these records. If a person dies without a will there may still be proceedings recorded and genealogists benefit from these records tremendously. This Research Guide offers you step by step assistance into probate research. Presenters include: James L. Tanner, Arlene H. Eakle, and Holly T. Hansen.
US Land and Tax Records Research Guide
US land and tax records hold tremendous amounts of informtation on families. This series of classes goes over the basics and into the details of locating and using land and tax records. These classes were recorded live in Salt Lake City. Presenters include: Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner, Ruby Colman, and Holly T. Hansen.
Virginia: Bypassing the Burned Counties Burned Counties
Bypass the burned counties with your Virginia research. This research guide will help you bypass the record loss as you learn about different jurisdictions that created records that have not been destroyed. These classes were recorded live in Salt Lake City with Arlene H. Eakle, James L. Tanner and Holly T. Hansen presenting.