12 July 2011
books with a genealogy theme
In my searches, I found:
Legacy by Danielle Steel is a well written genealogical fiction book. The author explores the question of how in 1784 does a daughter of the Sioux Indian chief marry a French nobleman?
Dewey: The Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World by Vicki Myron offers relaxation and historical information about
in the 1980’s. Dewey Readmore Books brought the town people together during difficult times. Spencer, Iowa
Pit Pony is a book, movie and DVD centered on life in
cir. 1900. Nova Scotia
Fly Boys is a DVD on the life of the first volunteer pilots from the
during World War I in the Escadrille. U.S.
In the Lockport Public Library, located at
121 E. 8th St, Lockport, IL 60411, newspaper microfilm rolls and the original cir. 1890’s city directories are waiting patiently to be explored.
For more information on genealogical road trips see metro
genealogy on www.examiner.com specific articles include Back to the family roots genealogy trip tips from Vicki Evans, Genealogy road trip tips and Plan a genealogy road trip. Atlanta
For more information on the World War I research American Eagles and Lafayette Escadrille by Narayan Sengupta and check out the World War I aviation website at www.usaww1.com.