In my continuing attempt to explain that most brick and mortar bookstores do not carry a broad variety of genealogy books, let's talk about some books from Ancestry Publishing.
ANCESTRY.COM (publishing division)
- Abbreviations & Acronyms: A Guide for Family Historians (revised 2nd edition)
- The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy.
- Hidden Sources: Family History in Unlikely Places
- Printed Sources: A Guide to Published Genealogical Records
- US Military Records: A Guide to Federal and State Sources
- BCG Standards Manual
- Becoming an Accredited Genealogist
- Chicago and Cook County-- Creating Junior Genealogists
- Finding Your Canadian Ancestors: A Beginner's Guide
- Finding Your German Ancestors: A Beginner's Guide
- Finding Your Irish Ancestors: A Beginner's Guide
- Finding Your Italian Ancestors: A Beginner's Guide
- Finding Your Mexican Ancestors: A Beginner's Guide
- Finding Your Scottish Ancestry: Revised 2nd edition
- French Canadian Sources
- Guide to Mormon Family History Sources
- Irish Records: Sources for Family & Local History
- Italian Genealogical Records
- Kentucky Ancestry
- Plymouth Colony
- Producing a Quality Family History
- Researching Your Colonial New England Ancestors
- The Graveyard Shift: A Family Historian's Guide to NYC Cemeteries
- They Became Americans: Finding Naturalization Records & Ethnic Origins
- Unlocking the Secrets in Old Photographs-- Writing the Family Narrative (& workbook)-- Your English Ancestor: A Guide for North Americans
- Your Family Reunion: How to plan it, Organize it and Enjoy it
- Your Swedish Roots
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