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  AncestorStuff.com :: HOW TO :: RESEARCH ::  How To: Finding Mr. Johnson: An Example of How To Do Genealogical Research. by Leigh Taylor, Gerald Callinan, Michael Andersen and Charlotte Payne

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 How To: Finding Mr. Johnson: An Example of How To Do Genealogical Research. by Leigh Taylor, Gerald Callinan, Michael Andersen and Charlotte Payne

Softcover, 2008, 8.5" x 11", Illus., Maps, Index, 192 pp. This is a story about finding the parents of two adopted siblings and a half-brother they never knew existed, until his death. It's a story of people driven out of their village and homeland due to starvation who traveled thousands of miles to make a new life in Minnesota, arriving in Carver County in 1869. It's an adventure in genealogical research with all its twists and unexpected turns.. It's a story of finally solving the puzzle about who was Christina's father, thus giving a name and ancestry of Christina and her brother who had been separated by adoption nearly 150 years ago. At the end of each chapter we have included a section called, "Sources and Techniques." It was written for those who wish to embark on their own genealogical story, while reading an example of true research adventure.

Paperback 8.5 X 11 2008. 192 pp. Index. ISBN: 1596411554 9781596411555

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