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How to Research Your House: Every Home Tells a Story... Paperback – 30 Mar 2007
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The perfect starting point, numerous handy tips and website addresses. Ideal for the inexperienced researcher.
-- Good Book Guide
`Very informative and highly readable, crammed full of useful tips, offering step-by-step approach; by following her guidance, readers can discover when their home was built, what it was used for, who lived there and details of events that happened there. An aboslute must for all those fascinated by the history of their own home and the community in which it stands.'
-- Family History Monthly
About the Author
Pamela Brooks writes for many health and parenting magazines. She worked as a consultant on the Daily Telegraph's Complete Pregnancy & Childbirth Answers (Robinson, 2000).
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Great if your researching Great Britain.
on 26 June 2017 - Published on Amazon.com
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Not very helpful to a person researching a house in the U.S., as this book has a British perspective.