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    Default Sources for Local Historians

    I came across Sources for Local Historians by Paul Carter & Kate Thompson last year. Every time I delve into it I emerge with new ideas for reseaching my ancesters.

    It introduces the reader to a huge variety of useful historical documents and archived material, explaining what they are and what information can be gleaned from them. At the back of the book you'll find a brilliant bibliography, a very detailed index and website addresses, not to mention additional source guides. It's an absolute gold mine of information and one I highly recommend.

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    Default Thank you

    As one of the authors, I was tickled to read your very kind review of Paul and my book!

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    A warm welcome to BG Kate! Have a good look round now you are here.
    Sue Mackay
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