Family trees : a history of genealogy in America
Traces the history of genealogy in the United States, from its early preoccupation with social status and lineage, to a nineteenth-century search for Anglo-Saxon roots, to a twentieth-century acceptance of diversity and the introduction of DNA technology.
|Main Author:||Weil, François.|
Cambridge, Massachusetts :
Harvard University Press,
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CS 9 .W45 2013