This comprehensive volume includes resources for "online" researchers and for those who conduct "traditional" research on-site and through correspondence. These tremendously valuable research addresses throughout the United States are all presented in a state-by-state fashion with a separate chapter for General Resources. Some ethnic and religious societies and libraries are also included. Agencies, archives, and societies continue to collect family-history-related records and publications. The Ancestry Family Historian's Address Book presents a variety of ways to contact these groups to provide quick, accurate assistance as you strive to know more.
This research tool will become your first point of reference for many future research contacts and information.