Research Your Genealogy in America’s Top Cities!
Tracing your ancestors in a big city can feel like finding a needle in a haystack—how do you locate your family among all those people and records? Family Tree Magazine’s City Genealogy Guides give you the essential facts, advice and resources you need to find your ancestors in cities across the USA!
City Genealogy Guides CD
This CD compilation features guides for 31 of America’s biggest and most historically important urban areas—the places your ancestors settled or traveled through, from colonial times to the immigration influx of the early 20th century.
This product is perfect for genealogists looking to:
- Discover new information from city records
- Become more efficient in researching US ancestors
Benefits of Guides on CD
- Easily locate information when you need it as all city PDF's are separate files for easy indexing
- Print pages as you wish
- Links in city guides make finding new online genealogy resources simple and conveninet
Each city guide features:
- How-to article: An overview of the city’s history and genealogical records
- Fast Facts: Key dates, parent counties, historical ethnic groups and industries, population growth and more
- Top Genealogy Resources: Your toolkit of essential websites and printed sources
- Key Libraries, Archives and Organizations: Where to go to get the ancestor records you need
- Records at a Glance: A quick-reference rundown of dates and tips for the city’s key genealogical records
- Timeline: A quick look at key events in the city’s history
- Top Historic Sites: Best museums, parks and historical landmarks to learn about your ancestors’ lives and times
- Historical Map: Panoramic bird’s-eye view of the city as it looked in the past
Cities covered in this CD:
- Charleston, SC
- Fort Wayne, Ind.
- Kansas City, Mo.
- Los Angeles
- Louisville, Ky.
- Minneapolis-St. Paul
- Nashville, Tenn.
- New Haven, Conn.
- New Orleans
- New York
- Newark, NJ
- Portland, Ore.
- Providence, RI
- Richmond, Va.
- Salt Lake City
- San Francisco
- St. Louis
- Washington, DC
- Wilmington, Del.