Young People’s Workbook for Junior Genealogy Classes - Bee Bartron Koons. All the lesson-related forms found in Teaching Genealogy to Young People can be found in this convenient comb bound volume. But more than a workbook, these pages will record the details of family history to be treasured by future generations. Forms are well formatted and thoughtfully designed. Students will begin with a detailed record of their personal history, followed by individual histories of each parent, grandparent, and great-grandparent. Sample questions for taking oral histories and an oral history record form; forms to record the details of ongoing history such as family weddings, deaths, heirlooms, photographs, etc.; pedigree charts; family group sheets; and 1790-1930 Federal Census record sheets are all included. Once completed, the student will have the satisfaction of knowing that they preserved a piece of their family history.
(2005), 2012, 8½x11, paper, 118 pp.