Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: Key to the Genealogical Literature, Volume 41 (2002) - Karen T. Ackermann & Laird C. Towle, Ph.D. Genealogical periodicals contain a wealth of information that genealogists oftentimes overlook thinking that they are inaccessible. However, once you know about the existence of an article, you can usually purchase a back issue or photocopy from the publisher of the periodical at a nominal cost. The trick is to know what has been published, and that is where GPAI can be an invaluable tool. GPAI is the most comprehensive surname, locality and subject index to current English-language genealogical periodicals available. The material indexed includes genealogies, lineages, Bible records, source records, book reviews, and all other material of permanent value including articles on heraldry and research methods. There is no overlap between editions. Topics categories in this series include: Acadian genealogy, African American genealogy, Asian American genealogy, Caribbean genealogy, Civil War genealogy, computer genealogy, European genealogy, French and Indian War, Hispanic genealogy, Huguenot genealogy, Jewish genealogy, Latin American genealogy, Medical genealogy, Melungeon genealogy, methodology, Mexican War, Military genealogy, Native American genealogy, orphan genealogy, religious genealogy, Revolutionary War, Seminole War, War of 1812, world history, World Wars I & II.
2010, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 214 pp.