Documents of Our Ancestors: A Selection of Reproducible Genealogy Forms And Tips for Using Them by Michael J. Meshenberg.
Are you searching for information about post-1880 American immigrant ancestors? Are you trying to locate records of family members caught up in the Holocaust? This reference book can save you countless hours of searching for the documents you need. It includes the actual forms needed to request documents from various archives and organizations and record the results. Among the dozens of search and record forms are U.S. government census records, passenger records (1883-1920), World War I draft registrations, naturalization petitions and declarations of intention (1906-41), alien registrations, requests for veteran's records and Social Security forms. For New York State, forms to request and record census and vital records; for New York City, vital record request and recording forms are provided for pre-1900 through the present. The final chapter covers forms for the International Red Cross, International Tracing Service, Hamburg Emigration Lists, Polish Vital Records, the Family History Library, Pages of Testimony from Yad Vashem's Hall of Names, Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society, and the Jewish Agency's Search Bureau for Missing Relatives.
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