Family History

Family history is the systematic narrative and research of past events relating to a specific family, or specific families. For the social history of all families, see Social history#History of the family and History of childhood

Read more about Family HistoryIntroduction, Motivation, The Single Family History, Conducting Family History Research, Benefits

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Simon Fowler (author)
... Fowler was editor of Ancestors, the family history magazine of The National Archives (UK), until it ceased publication in 2010, and has written many books relating to family history and social history ... He edited Family History Monthly from 2000 to 2004 ... His history-related articles have appeared in Local History Magazine, Family Tree Magazine, History Today, BBC History Magazine and several academic journals ...
Family History - Benefits
... The benefits of family history projects may vary according to the people who pursue the hobby ... lessons regarding immigration and the history of the nation ... Other benefits include family medical histories with families with serious medical conditions that are hereditary ...
Census Of Ireland, 1911 - Viewing The Returns
... The Family History Library also holds microfilm copies of the original 1911 census returns and these can be viewed at the Library in Salt Lake City, Utah or ordered for viewing at a Family History ...
Arthur Kurzweil - Career - In Literature - Author
... articles to The Jewish Almanac (1980), The Jewish Family Book A Creative Approach to Raising Kids (1981), the three volumes comprising The Jewish Catalog ... of Alex Haley’s book Roots The Saga of an American Family and Catching the Wave in 1976 ... He wrote "Past Shock How One Man Took a Journey Back into His Family’s History", a feature article for L.I. ...

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