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Genealogical information lies buried in town halls all over New England, locked within records such as: earmarks, licenses, mortgage books, military records, poor records, selectman's minutes, tax records, and more! "Digging" contains full descriptions of eighteen different types of records, tips on how to find and understand them, and scores of entertaining quotations from the original documents. It also lists records available in print, typescript, and microfilm.
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Ann Smith Lainhart has been a genealogist for over twenty years and is currently the State Historian for the General Society of Mayflower Descendants. She has authored many books and articles on genealogical topics.Review:
Ann Lainhart has filled a gaping hole in the genealogical literature by preparing this volume on New England town records -- The American Genealogist (TAG)
Just when you think there's nothing new... [we] are presented with an informative and inteeresting little gem like this book -- The Maine Genealogist
Such expertise could only have come by spending much time in the records -- National Genalogical Society Quarterly
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Book Description New England Historic, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0880820535
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Book Description New England Historic 1996-05-01, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. The pages of this book are bright, clean, and unmarked. There is some minor edge wear due to storage. FAST SHIPPING. FREE TRACKING. Seller Inventory # 125310