Introduction to Family Treasures Book by Barry J. Ewell


Amazon Customer Rating: 4.9  out of 5 Stars

Genealogy Reference Book by Barry J. Ewell

The genealogy journey is not an easy one, but the treasures you’ll discover on the way make the path well worth traveling —something Barry J. Ewell knows from personal experience.  In his travels he has found clues in everything from dusty relics to modern technology.  Now he is ready to share his experience and guide you through each step of your personal family history journey. Whether you’re just beginning your family history journey or you’re a seasoned genealogist, this book is the perfect road map to all the treasures still waiting for you in your personal family history.

Following is the book’s Table of Contents:
Lesson 1: Genealogy Is a Repeatable Process
Lesson 2: Start Organized, Stay Organized
Lesson 3: Every Record Has Value Continue reading

Reader Reviews: Family Treasures

Amazon Customer Rating: 4.9 out of 5 Stars

The following are customer reviews from Amazon for the book “Family Treasures, 15 Tips and Tricks for Discovering Your Family History,” Barry J. Ewell.

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Review:  Great Instruction for the Beginning Io Intermediate Genealogist
Most books about Genealogy fall into one of two camps: the first camp includes books that are all about feelings and anecdotal stories of how wonderful the author’s ancestors were and provide little to no useful instruction, while the second camp includes books about the best way to solve difficult research problems in a specific area of research and overwhelm the beginner. However, this book sits in neither camp. In this book the research process is introduced as a repeatable process divided into fifteen manageable and repeatable steps. After reading this book, I finally feel as if I can tackle the mounds of paperwork left to me by my great-aunt!—G.

Review:  Best over All plan Doing Genealogy
It has helped me a lot to understand how to not get overwhelmed in doing genealogy. I have already put into practice several of the ideas in this book.—Jamie

Review:  Full of Information
This is an easy to follow book. Full of information! It reminds all family historians, from beginners to advanced that you need to be methodical and record everything, and where you got the information from. Also to keep your records tidy! A very good resource for all!—JE Continue reading