Tree thumbnailCarolynne L. Miller provides a primer on genealogical research.

Miller explains the best methods for researching your family history and what type of sources to examine.

The author begins with tracing your family tree backwards, starting by interviewing and talking to living relatives.

From there, Miller suggests perusing public records and using secondary sources found in the library.

A blank chart for tracing a family tree and a chart for outlining a specific branch of the family are included.

Technical Leaflet #14 (1969)

The information in this Technical Leaflet has been updated in more recent publications. It has been indexed for historical purposes.