Timelines in Genealogy

Szabados, Stephen M.
January 2014
Polish American Journal;Jan2014, Vol. 103 Issue 1, p15
The author discusses several helpful features of genealogy timeline, a tool which helps to organize family history, including arranges events in chronologi­cal order, provides details of migration-emigration, and helps to trace information on genealogical concept of family history.


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