UPDATED GENEALOGY BARGAINS for Friday, March 24, 2017
INDEX of Genealogy Bargains
- Contest: Win a MyHeritage DNA Prize Package worth $349
- FamilySearch: FREE Western European Family History Conference
- NEW! Genealogical Publishing Company: Save 30% on American Migrations and Settlements
- NEW! Genealogical Publishing Company: Save up to 39% on select titles
- Genealogical Publishing Company: Save 50% on Ebooks!
- Shop Family Tree: FREE SHIPPING on The Family Tree Historical Atlas of American Cities
NEW Genealogy Bargains
- NEW! Save 30% on American Settlements and Migrations – A Primer for Genealogists and Family Historians by Lloyd de Witt Bockstruck – “This book provides a synopsis of the original patterns of settlement and migration for the United States. Mr. Bockstruck discusses each of the 50 states, however, his emphasis is on the states and territories that were established between the colonial period and the middle of the nineteenth century. For each state the author examines pioneers’ places of origin, reasons for settlement, specific places of settlement in America, names of pioneering families, migrations within and between states, and more. Equally important, throughout the volume he names the key sources for further research.” This is an AMAZING book and a MUST HAVE for any American genealogist. Use promo code TMJ17 at checkout to save 30% – click here to save – via Genealogical Publishing Company
NEW! Save up to 39% on select Genealogical Publishing Company titles! Titles include:
- Virginia Taxpayers, 1782-87 by Augusta B. Fothergill and John M. Naugle – was $28, TODAY ONLY just $16.95 – save 39%. “This is an alphabetically arranged list of 34,000 residents who were not included in the 1790 Federal Census. The authors developed this list from the personal property tax lists of thirty-five separate Virginia counties. Along with the names of taxpayers, information furnished in this list includes the number of the poll, the number of slaves owned, and the name of the county in which the taxpayer resided. Without a doubt, this work represents a crucial supplement to the 1790 Census.” Click here to save.
- Ancestors in German Archives: A Guide to Family History Sources. 2 vols by Raymond S. Wright III, Nathan S. Rives, Mirjam J. Kirkham, Saskia Schier Bunting was $90, TODAY ONLY just $69.95 (or purchase the ebook version for $45 here) “When they came to America, German immigrants left behind a trail of records familiar to everyone in genealogy, from births, marriages, and deaths to citizenship and census records, and from land and tax records to emigration records. The key to German genealogical research, of course, is to find out where these records are located, but since there are more than 2,000 national, state, and local repositories in Germany, to say nothing of church repositories and other private archives, such an undertaking is daunting if not downright impossible. We know there are records, but what good are they if we can’t find them? And these records stretch back to the Middle Ages, encompassing family history sources so vast in number and so scattered that the mind reels.” Click here to save.
- Roots for Kids. 2nd Edition – A Genealogy Guide for Young People by Susan Provost Beller – was $22, TODAY ONLY just $16.95, save 23%. “ Roots for Kids is based on a twelve-week course the author developed for her fourth grade class. Each chapter is based on a forty-five minute classroom session. While the book is suitable for teachers seeking to supplement their social studies curriculum with material on family history, it will be used principally by a whole range of young people in their first attempt at genealogical research.” Click here to save.
ONGOING Genealogy Bargains
- Contest: Win a MyHeritage DNA Prize Package – valued at up to $349 USD – includes a Complete Access 1-Year subscription to MyHeritage and a MyHeritage DNA test kit! You must enter by Sunday, March 26th at 11:50 pm Central – click here to enter – via MyHeritage
- FREE Western European Family History Conference, May 15-19, 2017 – “Come and spend a week at the world renowned Family History Library learning from our expert staff of genealogists as well as experienced guest genealogists. Learn how to effectively use historical records and how to do research in several European countries. Explore such topics as census, church, immigration, and vital records. Learn more about German, French, Swiss, Netherlands, Luxembourg and Belgium research. Discover new techniques, strategies, and methodology to apply to your genealogical research problems.” Click here for more information – via FamilySearch
- Save 29% and get FREE SHIPPING on The Family Tree Historical Atlas of American Cities at Shop Family Tree – Normally $34.99, now just $24.99 plus get FREE SHIPPING. AND use coupon SFTTHOMAS17 to save an additional 10%! Click here to read my recent review. Also available in E-book version (click here). Click here to purchase the print version – via Shop Family Tree
- Save 50% off print book prices on new ebooks at Genealogical Publishing Company! Did you know that Genealogical Publishing Company, which offers THOUSANDS of print books, now offers many of these same books in ebook format for 50% off? An example is Map Guide to the U.S. Federal Censuses, 1790-1920 by William Thorndale and William Dollarhide – the print price $59.95, the ebook version is just $29.98! This is a special, exclusive offer for Genealogy Bargains – click here to shop and start saving – via Genealogical Publishing Company
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