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Putting family history into context


Description
Statement of Responsibility:
National Genealogical Society ; Elizabeth Shown Mills, editor
Author:
Mills, Elizabeth Shown
Media Type:
Text
Genealogical Resource
Item Type:
Books
Notes:
Series: National Genealogical Society Quarterly ; v.88 : no.4
Single volume issued as a separate publication covering one subject : writing the family history; Includes bibliographical references and index to the entire volume 88.; Contents : Editor's corner : Goodbye, begats? Hello, history! / by Elizabeth Shown Mills [p. iii] -- Writing the family history : creative concepts for a lasting legacy / by Sandra MacLean Clunies [p. 247-265] -- Biblical namesakes : the north country's Enoch Philips and his tribe / by June Riedrich Zublic [p. 266-292] -- Builfing context around biographical facts : a process illustrated by the backcountry birth of George F. Ring / by John Philip Colletta [p. 293-298] -- Rethinking the writing of family history : memory, interpretation, and thematic frameworks / by Noeline J. Kyle [p. 299-308] -- Book reviews [p. 309-314] -- Index to volume 88, 2000 [p. 321-358]
Publisher:
National Genealogical Society
Place of Publication:
Arlington, VA
Edition:
Special issue of National Genealogical Society Quarterly
Collation:
[vi], [247]-258 p. : ill.
Subject(s):
ID Number:
808. 066 929 Natio 2000
Language of Item:
English
Copyright Statement:
Copyright status unknown. Responsibility for determining the copyright status and any use rests exclusively with the user.
Location of Original:
Toronto Reference Library, Humanities and Social Sciences
Contact
The Ontario Genealogical Society
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Putting family history into context