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Sources and methods for family and community historians : a handbook / edited by Michael Drake and Ruth Finnegan with Jacqueline Eustace.

Contributor(s): Drake, Michael 1935- [ed.] | Finnegan, Ruth H [ed.] | Eustace, Jacqueline [ed.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Studying family and community history: Publisher: Cambridge ; New York : Cambridge University Press in association with the Open University, 1994Description: xiv, 322 p., [8] p. de làm. : ill. (algunes col.), mapes (algunes col.) ; 26 cm.ISBN: 052146580X.Subject(s): Família -- Gran Bretanya -- Història -- Metodologia | Gran Bretanya -- Geneaologia -- MetodologiaMateria (POPIN): HISTORIA | FUENTES HISTÓRICAS | MÉTODOS | TÉCNICAS | FAMILIA | FUENTES DE INFORMACIÓN | DEMOGRAFÍA HISTÓRICAMatèria (POPIN): HISTÒRIA | FONTS HISTÒRIQUES | MÈTODES | TÈCNIQUES | FAMÍLIA | FONTS D'INFORMACIÓ | DEMOGRAFIA HISTÒRICASubject (POPIN): HISTORY | HISTORICAL SOURCES | METHODS | TECHNIQUES | FAMILY | INFORMATION SOURCES | HISTORICAL DEMOGRAPHYCDU: 392.3:9 Summary: This is the second edition of the fourth volume of the successful series Studying Family and Community History, published in conjunction with the Open University. With its aim of placing individual and localised cases in their social and historical context, this accessible and innovative series will stimulate and develop personal research in family and community history. This new edition of the fourth volume has been extensively updated. It serves as an invaluable tool for any research project on family or community history by offering guidance on sources, research strategies and techniques, the relevant libraries and archives, and how to present research findings.
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This is the second edition of the fourth volume of the successful series Studying Family and Community History, published in conjunction with the Open University. With its aim of placing individual and localised cases in their social and historical context, this accessible and innovative series will stimulate and develop personal research in family and community history. This new edition of the fourth volume has been extensively updated. It serves as an invaluable tool for any research project on family or community history by offering guidance on sources, research strategies and techniques, the relevant libraries and archives, and how to present research findings.

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