This book is a state-by-state guide to free online resources for genealogical research in the United States. It explores the available online collections of state archives, historical societies,... More > university and public libraries, and other local repositories.< Less
The Slave Claims Commissions were created by the War Department in late 1863, in order to compensate the owners of slaves who enlisted in the Union Army. Only Union-controlled slave states were... More > eligible--Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, Missouri, West Virginia, and Tennessee.
This first volume in a proposed series of books transcribing and abstracting the records of the Slave Claims Commission, presents the claims registered by the Delaware Slave Claims Commission.< Less
Millions of presentations are viewed every day. Most of these are created poorly. Genealogy presentations are no exception. This short guide will help you organize your presentation and create... More > visually pleasing slides. A good presentation will ensure that your audience gets the most out of your lecture.< Less
During the Civil War, President Lincoln instituted a draft to fill military quotas. In Maryland, the BALTIMORE SUN printed lists of the men drafted. This book contains the names and other details of... More > over 11,000 draftees identified in these published lists.< Less