Library science information for professional reference librarians and volunteers
assisting genealogists, family historians and local research specialists.
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THESES & DISSERTATIONS: "Family
History" & Genealogy - [Titles listed
alphabetically by year]:
CURRENT LIBRARY NEWS and LIBRARY INFORMATION
Association of College & Research Libraries ACRLog
Helping Patrons Find Their Roots: A Genealogy Handbook for Librarians
INALJ (Library Job) - Information Today, Inc. - Library Journal - LISNews
LISZEN LIS Search Engine - Publications | ShareILL - ResearchBuzz
Scout Report - The Library Quarterly - Weblogs LISWiki: Library Stuff
EDUCATION LEARNING RESOURCES: EDUCATORS:
Provides quality education and learning resources for educators, faculty, staff,
teachers, students, parents and research specialists. Scholarly genealogy
networking by age, ancestry, breed, creation, descent, education, engendering,
epoch, era, family, formation, generation, lineage, parentage, pedigree, period,
procreation, production, profession, progeniture, reproduction, span, stock
and time frame.
* Alphabetic History of Civilization: Ancient and Modern Genealogies
Cultural, religious and family tradition, (their stated facts and viewpoints),
are surveyed within given ancient contexts of primary and secondary
record sources, as handed down for the benefit of our modern generation.
Modern claims of genealogical attachment to biblical records are noted,
- Family Chronicle - History of Genealogy (archived)
* Books - Publications: Genealogical Materials
Genealogy and family history products and services
needed for the preparation, publication, distribution
of compiled records and related family materials.
ISBNs and database services for publishers, libraries and booksellers.
- Education Publications & Books Online
* Guide to Reference: Essential General Reference and Library Science Sources
eEditions e-book - Books / Professional Development.
- Guide to Reference (pdf)
* International Standard Book Number: ISBN Database
Database of books in different languages
providing on-line and remote research tools.
- FamilySearch Wiki:Book Sources - FamilySearch Wiki
Links to catalogs of libraries, booksellers, and other
book sources where you will be able to search for
the book with ISBN MAGICNUMBER.
- ISBN Tools
- U.S. ISBN Application Process
- WorldCat® Web Service: API
xISBN [OCLC - WorldCat Affiliate tools].
* Librarians Serving Genealogists and genealib Mailing List
Exchange of ideas, genealogy education, sharing thoughts,
trading materials, discussing problems and more.
* Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media
Multi-disciplinary team that develops online teaching resources,
digital collections and exhibits, open-source software,
and training in digital literacy and skills.
- News Challenge - How might libraries serve 21st century information needs?
Beyond the Family Tree: Teaching Public Librarians
Methods for Doing Local Digital History
* Schools, Colleges, Universities, Alumni and Genealogy Education
Worldwide comprehensive resource of educational institutions, past and
present students, alumni, associations, faculty, friends and military personnel.
AMERICAN LIBRARY DIRECTORY:
Profiles for more than 30,000 public, academic, special and government
libraries, and library-related organizations in the United States, and Canada
— including addresses, phone and fax numbers, and e-mail addresses, network
participation, expenditures, holdings and special collections, key personnel,
special services, and more — over 40 categories of library information in all.
Free registered users can view physical address information only.
ASSOCIATIONS (MULTINATIONAL - REGIONAL - SPECIALTY): List of Library Associations
* American Library Association: American Library Association - American Library Association
- ALA Products & Publications
- American Libraries Magazine
- American Libraries Direct
- Latest Library Links Archive
- ALA Professional Tips - Wiki
- ALA Standards & Guidelines
- Library History Round Table (LHRT)
- American Library History: A Comprehensive Guide to the Literature
- Bibliography of Library History
- Guidelines for Writing Local Library Histories
- Library History Buff
Includes Library History", "Librariana"
(the collecting of library memorabilia and artifacts)
and "Postal Librariana" (collecting of postal artifacts related to libraries).
- Links of Interest
- H-LIS Links - Histories from Home Pages U.S. Public Libraries
- Links to Methods on the Study of Library History
International efforts to preserve, collect, organize,
and produce historical information about libraries.
- Links to Library Web Resources
- Professional Resources: A to Z Index of Topics
- Reference & User Services Association (RUSA): RUSABlog
- ETS: Best Free Reference Web Sites Combined Index, 1999-2015
- Genealogy | Professional Tools
- Guidelines for a Unit or Course of Instruction
Genealogical research at schools of LIS.
- Guidelines For Developing A Core Genealogy Collection
- Guidelines for Establishing Local History Collections
- Guidelines for Cooperative Reference Services
- Online Learning with RUSA
- Primary Sources on the Web: Finding, Evaluating, Using
- Resource Guides | Professional Tools
* Association of Research Libraries®
Nonprofit organization of 124 research libraries
at comprehensive, research institutions in the US and Canada.
* CLIR — Council on Library and Information Resources
* Digital Library Federation: Members
- eResearch Network - DLF Wiki
* EIFL (Electronic Information for Libraries)
Enabling access to knowledge in developing and transition countries.
- Where We Work
EIFL works in partnership with library consortia in more than 60 countries.
* International Association of Technological University Libraries
- IATUL - View by Country
* International Coalition of Library Consortia - ICOLC
Facilitates discussion among consortia on issues of common interest.
- Participating Consortia
* International Federation of Library Associations & Institutions (IFLA)
- Genealogy and Local History Section: Archive
- Serving the Genealogical & Historical Research Communities (pdf)
Overview of records access and data privacy issues.
- New Changes for Serving Patrons in the Family History Library
- ProQuest® Blog 2016 - An Insider Look at Trends in Genealogy for Libraries
- IFLA Publications
- Global Library and Information Science
- Indigenous Notions of Ownership and Libraries, Archives and Museums
- World Guide to Library, Archive & Information Science Associations
Includes indexes of associations, official journals, officers and subjects.
- IFLA.ORG: IFLA Electronic Collections (archived)
- Activities & Groups | IFLA
- Division of Library Types | IFLA
- IFLA Corporate Partnerships | IFLA
* Library & Information Science in Latin America - LANIC
* Library Associations Around the World | American Library Association
- A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z
* Professional Associations in the Information Sciences
- United States Library Associations (archived)
- American Indian Library Association: Resources
LIBRARIES & MUSEUMS
Reference Shelf for The Genealogist and Family Historian:
Information for the amateur to professional researcher, including the
Library of Congress, Harvard, public, private, college, local, university,
international, worldwide library links and classification systems.
Building Information Skills for Lifelong Success.
* FindArticles.com | CBSi
Top news sites from CBSi; with other great content sites.
* HighBeam™ eLibrary Research
Find research, facts, and articles.
* Interlibrary Loan
Obtain material not available in user's local library. Borrow books
or receive photocopies of documents owned by another library.
- ALA | ALA Library Fact Sheet 8: Interlibrary Loans
- Interlibrary Loan (ILL) 101
- Interlibrary Loan Code for the United States
United States, Canada and international interlibrary borrowing.
- Auto-Graphics SHAREit Patron-Initiated, Library-Managed
and Consortium-Administered Resource Sharing
- Cyndi's List - Libraries, Archives & Museums
Genealogy lending libraries and archives.
International interlibrary loan and document delivery information center.
It is designed, maintained, and sustained by members
of the resource sharing community.
- Booksellers and Publishers
- Codes and Guidelines
- Document Suppliers
- Gateways and Union Catalogs
- Library Networks and Consortia
- National Archives and Libraries
- National Bibliographies
- Online Directories
- Professional Associations
- Verification Tools
- WorldShare® Interlibrary Loan Features
Resources from thousands of libraries all over the world.
* Library Research Gale Virtual Reference Library (GVRL) - Academic - Gale
Librarians, professors, researchers, students, and hobbyists.
- Apps - Access My Library® - Gale
- Primary Sources Online Products - Gale
- The Gale Blog
* OPALS™ OPen-source Automated Library System
- Online Programming for All Libraries: Archive (archived)
* Ulrich's Periodicals Directory
Ulrichsweb.com is the authoritative source of bibliographic and publisher information
on more than 336,000 periodicals of all types academic and scholarly journals,
Open Access publications, peer-reviewed titles, popular magazines, newspapers,
newsletters, and more from around the world.
- Ulrich's™ | Services | Serials Solutions®
- Institutional Login: Frequently Asked Questions
Subscribers include libraries and knowledge centers
around the world and represent all types and sizes of public,
private, academic, corporate and government institutions.
* Wikipedia:Find Your Library
ONLINE COMPUTER LIBRARY CENTER: OCLC®: Online Computer Library Center, Inc.
Computer network and services link thousands of libraries worldwide.
* FirstSearch® Online Reference: FirstSearch® Login Screen
- Archived Content
- eBooks and eJournals
- WorldCat®: WorldCat®
Over 2 billion items, from more than 72,000 libraries worldwide.
- WorldCat® for Genealogy
- Results for 'au:Ancestry.com (Firm)'
- Results for 'kw:ancestry.com'
- Results for 'kw:FamilySearch'
- Results for 'kw:Genealogy'
- Results for 'kw:San_Diego'
Example of how to do a worldwide OCLC location search.
- Results for 'kw:Tinney'
Example of how to do a worldwide OCLC surname search.
- Results for 'su:Genealogy Computer network resources.'
- Results for 'su:Genealogy Computer network resources Directories.'
- Results for 'su:Genealogy Databases.'
- Results for 'su:Genealogy Databases Directories.'
- Results for 'su:Genealogy Electronic information resources.'
- Results for 'su:Genealogy Internet resources.'
- WorldCat® Registry: WorldCat® Registry - Advanced Search
Web-based directory of libraries. Registry profiles contain
details about the physical and electronic location of institutions,
the relationships between them and the services they provide.
Advanced Search allows listings by additional types or locations.
* Global Library Statistics
These statistics that represent the total global library universe include data,
if available, for the total number of libraries, librarians, volumes, expenditures,
and users for every country and territory in the world broken down into the major
library types: academic, public, school, special and national. It is important to
remember that these figures do not represent OCLC membership. The statistics
also include available data for languages used, and the number of library schools,
publishers, and museums. The three regions represent those used by the OCLC
Global and Regional Councils: the Americas (North and South America), EMEA
(Europe, the Middle East, Africa, & India), & Asia Pacific (Asia, Australia & Oceania).
* List of Academic Databases and Search Engines
Includes sites with OCLC as provider.
Reference management service provides libraries with tools
to interact with users in multiple ways, using both chat and email.
PROFESSIONAL INTERNET RESOURCES:
Information Science - Library Science
Portal:Library & Information Science - Topic Outline of Library Science
Publisher of reference, contemporary thought and professional development content.
Helps students, educators, librarians and general readers.
- Big6 Workshop Handbook: Implementation & Impact: (Book, 2011) [WorldCat.org]
Fourth Edition - Michael B. Eisenberg and Robert E. Berkowitz. [Google™ Books]
Today's students need information literacy skills more that ever before.
While essential skills did include reading, writing, and arithmetic, there is now
an essential fourth "R"--Research. "Research" means "information literacy".
- Libraries Unlimited
Magazine for school library media and technology specialists.
- LU Schools Fall 2016
Online Dictionary for Library and Information Science.
Quality reviews of electronic and print reference works.
* Citation Bibliographic and Research Note Software:
Libraries and Online Databases on the Internet.
* Conservation OnLine: Publications & Resources
CoOL is a full text library of conservation information, covering
a wide spectrum of topics of interest to those involved with
the conservation of library, archives and museum materials.
* EBSCO Information Services
Consultative services and cutting-edge technology for managing
and accessing quality content, including print and e-journals,
e-packages, research databases, e-books, etc.
- Complete Discovery Solution | EBSCOhost
- EBSCO A-to-Z | e-Journal Finder | EBSCO Discovery Service
- EBSCO eBooks & Audiobooks | EBSCO
- EBSCONET | Subscription Management | EBSCO
- e-Journal Packages | e-Journal Package Management | EBSCO
- Full Text Finder
- Research Databases for Schools | EBSCO
Surfable resources for school libraries.
* Emerald Insight
- Collection Building
- Emerald Insight: Search Results for genealog*
- Tracing Their Roots:
Genealogical sources for Chinese immigrants to the United States.
* Information and Library Science | University Libraries
Databases. electronic resources and research guides.
* Library and Information Science
Library of Congress (Virtual Programs & Services) guide to online resources.
* Library & Information Science Guide
Nanyang Technological University Library.
* Library Information Services [refdesk.com]
- Quick Reference / Research [refdesk.com]
- Reference Shelves on the Internet [refdesk.com]
- Virtual Reference - LISWiki
* Library Resource Guide
Directory of library services and suppliers.
- LibraryWorks: LYP Online
Purchasing and yellow pages directories for library and information professionals.
* Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki
Great ideas and information for all types of librarians, all over the world.
* Library Technology Guides and D-Lib Magazine: Index
Key resources and content related to library automation.
- Library Information Technology Association (LITA)
- Information Technology and Libraries
* LOCKSS | Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe
Lots of Copies Keep Stuff Safe, based at Stanford University Libraries,
is an international community initiative that provides libraries with digital
preservation tools and support so that they can easily and inexpensively
collect and preserve their own copies of authorized e-content.
* Multimedia Librarian - a Wikia wiki
Forum for collecting resources relevant to the library and information science
profession as it relates to audio-visual materials. These include, but are not
limited to, digital media (Web-delivered formats, DVDs, CDs, etc.), and
instructional technologies comprised of more than solely print content.
* ODLIS — Online Dictionary for Library & Information Science
Designed as a hypertext reference resource for library
and information science professionals, university students
and faculty, and users of all types of libraries. The primary
criterion for including a term is whether a librarian or other
information professional might reasonably be expected
to know its meaning in the course of his or her work.
- A B C D E F G H I J-K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X-Y-Z
- Bibliotheks-Glossar / Library Glossary
- Multilingual Glossary for Art Librarians (pdf) (Art Libraries Section | IFLA)
* Virtual Learning Resources Center
Indexes thousands of the best academic information websites,
selected by teachers and library professionals worldwide, in order
to provide to students and teachers current, valid information
for school and university academic projects.
Web systems in libraries mailing list.
* WebJunction® [WebJunction®]: Explore Topics - Site Map
The place where public library staff gather to build the knowledge,
skills and support we need to power relevant, vibrant libraries.
- History & Genealogy: Genealogy
Material dealing with history and genealogy in the United States.
* Web Pages for Scholarly Societies
* World List | Education & Careers
Schools and departments of information science,
information management and related disciplines.
World List of Schools & Departments of Information Science (archived)
Information management and related disciplines.
- Library & Information Science (LIS) Virtual Library
- Course & Subject Guides for Library & Information Science
- Reference Sources for LIS Research
- Websites by Topic
- List of Information Schools
- List of Library Science Schools
THESES & DISSERTATIONS: FAMILY HIST. & GENEALOGY ("family history" & "genealog*")
* Additional Certifying Organizations and Related Special Collections
- Academic Education Learning Resources: Educators; FH Based Education Resources
- Academic Genealogy: [Cengage Learning - Gale: Biography & Genealogy]
- Arab - Biographies and Genealogy
- Dissertations & Genealogical Research | Empty Branches on the Family Tree
- Institute of Heraldic and Genealogical Studies. The School of Family History: Courses
- Scholarly Communication at BYU | HBLL
- Studies in Mormon History | HBLL: Subjects A-Z
- Theses on Mormonism | Church History and Doctrine | Brigham Young University
- Theses | History On-line
- Web Pages for Scholarly Societies: Learned Society Resources [Ph.D.]
- What's New in Family History, Genealogy & Local History Books?: Family History Books
* Foreign Languages: Translations & Translators: Google™ Translate
Use this site to translate various language entries, listed below.
* TITLES LISTED ALPHABETICALLY BY YEAR
[Titles listed alphabetically by year - Future Years In Progress Back To A.D. 400 Search]
- YEARS - IN PROGRESS
- A study of Irish regional newspapers in the mid-19th century (1845-75).
- A transcription and study of the church warden's and townsmen's accounts
for the parish of Norton-by-Daventry in the county of Northampton for the years 1548-84.
- An archaeology of the voice: how can oral history
be located meaningfully within the environment as augmented reality?
- Awardees | Irish Research Council
- British Agricultural History Society (Rural Historians)
for the study of rural history, countryside history and landscape history
- Catholic Communities in Sussex and Kildare,
c.1558-164: continuity, contrast and connections.
- Christ's Hospital, charity and poor relief in the City of London c. 1590-1670
- Death and the dead in 18th-century Britain.
- Eighteenth-century portraiture and death masks.
- Emigration from 19th-century Connemara to Minnesota
- Families in crisis: parenting and the life-cycle in English society, 'c'.1450-1600.
- Fili, eices, bard, cainte, dulsaine and rindaid
- Funeral rites in 19th-century Ireland.
- Historian of the future? Innovation in digital history teaching and research.
- Jacobite women and the Williamite confiscation:
the role of women in petitioning for the reclamation
of forfeited property in Ireland, 1691-1703.
- Marginal poverty:
the social and economic lives of the ordinary poor in Ipswich, 1570-1620.
- Occupations in 17th-century Durham and Newcastle.
- Patterns of communal conformity: a comparative study of language
especially in wills from Reformation Lancashire, 1520-80.
- Pauper letters and petitions for poor relief
in Germany and Great Britain, 1770 – 1914 — University of Leicester
- Ph.D. Candidates in the Humanities in the late 19th / early 20th century
in Berlin, London and at the Columbia University, New York (pdf)
- Population and family in south-east Cambridgeshire, c.1560-1700.
- Relations between townspeople and the rural nobility in late medieval Germany.
- Remembrance of the dead in late medieval Livonia.
- Research in progress on the history of London | Institute of Historical Research
- Research Supervision | Historic Irish Houses
- 'Servi infantes impuberesque': Roman slave children in the epitaphs.
- The Alexanders of Co. Carlow:
the creation, development and erosion of a gentry power base at Milford, 1790-1940.
- The association and culture of the Huguenots in England, 1680-1876.
- The Blount family of Shropshire: a gentry family in the 15th and 16th centuries.
- The Clann Cholmáin kings of Mide
- The Colles family and the Kilkenny marble works, 1730-1830.
- The Courtown estate, 1858-1931.
- The de Veres and the Curraghchase estate, 1850-1900.
- The earls of Ormonde: representation, identity and lordship, 1315-1600.
- The family picture: a study of identity construction in 17th-century Dutch portraits
- The Gaelic lordship of the O'Shaughnessys: a study in culture and landscape.
- The Glynn family and the development of Kilrush, 1798-1830.
- The Monteagle estate and change, 1860-1920.
- The Mores of Loseley: three generations of a Surrey family.
- The patients of the Bristol Lunatic Asylum in the 19th century.
- The patronage and collecting activities of the Molesworth family.
- The register of the Hospital of St. John the Baptist, Dublin.
- The Role of Lesser Aristocratic Women in Twelfth Century England.
- The Roots of the British, 1000BC - 1000AD — University of Leicester
- The Impact of Diasporas on the Making of Britain:
evidence, memories, inventions. Has grown out the Roots of the British project.
The Programme is based at the University of Leicester, and draws on additional
expertise from the Institute for Name-Studies (INS) - The University of Nottingham.
The HALOGEN - History Archaeology Linguistics Onomastics and GENetics project
implements a cross disciplinary research database to support the Roots
of the British collaboration at the University of Leicester. This multidisciplinary
project draws on the world-class expertise of academics based in the University
in the Department of Genetics, the School of Archaeology and Ancient History,
the School of History and the School of English.
- Linked Projects — University of Leicester: Affiliations — University of Leicester
- public SPASE (archived): External Links (archived)
- A Vision of Britain through Time | Your national on-line library for local history |
Between 1801 and 2001. Including maps, statistical trends & historical descriptions.
- British History Online
Landscape (LangScape) is an on-line searchable database of Anglo-Saxon
estate boundaries, descriptions of the countryside made by the Anglo-Saxons
themselves. It provides a point of departure for the exploration of the English
landscape and its place-names in the period before the Norman Conquest.
At LangScape's core is a comprehensive corpus of boundary surveys drawn
up in charters during the Anglo-Saxon period and surviving in manuscripts
dating from the 8th to the 18th centuries; each text has been checked against
its manuscript source or been freshly transcribed and is available on the website
in both semi-diplomatic & edited form, together with a word-for-word translation.
- Historic Rural Settlement Group – University of Stirling: Scotland's Rural Past
- Prosopography of Anglo-Saxon England
- Viking Identities Network - University of Nottingham: Publications
- The British Romany Project
- The Diasporas Projects
- The Isle of Man Study
- The slave trade in the medieval north Atlantic.
- The status of the Aetheling: aspects of succession and kingship
in late Anglo-Saxon England, with specific reference to Edmund II Ironside.
- The writing, reading, aims and purposes
of Anglo-Norman historical writing in the 11th and 12th centuries.
- Topography of urban and rural burials and ecclesiastical regulations
between the 9th and 11th centuries: a comparative study of England and north Italy.
- Wills and the negotiation of Jewish identity in 14th-century Crete.
- YEAR 2019
- Tree of Jesse iconography in Northern Europe in the fifteenth & sixteenth centuries
By: Susan L. Green - It was also able to function on a more temporal level,
reflecting not only a clerical preoccupation with a sense of communal identity,
but a more general interest in displaying a family’s heritage,
continuity and/or social status.
- YEAR 2018
- Genealogy and migration of the Va Ka Valoyi people
of Limpopo Province, South Africa
- La contribution démographique et génétique
des Filles du roi à la population québécoise contemporaine
. . . In conclusion, we were able, using a genealogical approach
and demogenetic analyses, to show that the King's Daughters
and their descendants played a significant role in the demographic history
of Quebec and the constitution of its genetic heritage.
- La généalogie, la vie, les miracles et les mérites de saint Foursy
The genealogy, the life, the miracles and the merits of Saint Foursy.
- Population genetic history and patterns of admixture
Examples from northeastern and southern Africa . . . The origin of humans
lies in Africa, as has been shown by archaeology, paleontology and genetics.
[Research Note: This assertion is directly contradicted by the revelations given
to the Prophet, Seer, Revelator, and Translator, Joseph Smith, Jr. It is known
that The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints teaches that Adam and Eve
were the first man and the first woman to live on the earth. Adam and Eve had
human sons and daughters, while residing in the area of Adam-ondi-Ahman,
a historic site in Daviess County, Missouri, about five miles south of Jameson.
It is located along the east bluffs above the Grand River.]
- Preaching from the function of the genealogies in Genesis:
the original way to transform hearts
- Reconstructing Africa's Evolutionary Histories:
DNA Collection, Coding, Analysis, and Interpretation
- Ród heraldyczny Prus na Mazowszu w XIII-XVI wieku
The heraldic family of Prussia in Masovia in the 13th-16th centuries.
- Still wandering : tales from the diaspora
My thesis is a pilgrimage: within the excavation of documents,
retellings of personal accounts, and site visits, I attempt to illuminate
a group of people that risk being lost to the passing of time.
- The context, purpose, and dissemination of legendary genealogies
in northern England and Iceland, c.1120-c.1241. . . . The sources are a collection
of Durham related manuscripts with illuminations of the pagan god Woden
(c. 1120–88) in two historical works De Primo Saxonum Aduentu
and De Gestis Regum; Genealogia Regum Anglorum (Rievaulx, 1153x54)
by Aelred of Rievaulx; two works attributed to Snorri Sturluson’s Prose Edda
(Iceland, 1220s) and Heimskringla (Iceland, 1225x35). Common to the sources
is the inclusion of genealogies that stretch from legendary generations
to living individuals at the time of writing. Thus, genealogies connected dynasties
and civilisations in mutual descent from pagan, Trojan and biblical ancestors.
- The Gospel in Genesis: How An Ancient Message Subverts Contemporary Worldviews
and Lays the Foundation for a Christ-Centered Gospel
- The Paternal Lineage of Nathan Hale: A Puritan Tradition
. . . history of Robert Hale, John Hale, Samuel Hale, and Richard Hale is told
as well as information regarding Connecticut and Hale’s hometown of Coventry.
- Uncertain Beginnings: Childbirth and Risk in the Roman World
. . . Mistakes, misfortunes, and interventions in the process of human generation
were seen to have far-reaching consequences, reverberating for generations,
altering the course of people's lives, their family history, and even the fate
of an empire. . . . a multifaceted perspective on what it meant to give birth
in the Roman world - a key process in the generative cycle that shaped
and defined the lives of the vast majority of women living under the empire.
- Unsettled space
The work investigates migration as told through stories, sculpture and space.
- When imageship was lowered from heaven:
a study of the genre and functions of Genesis 5 in light of comparative literature
. . . The best way to develop competence for understanding the generic conventions
of Genesis 5 is to compare it with the various genres it has mixed. These genres are
linear genealogy, primeval chronographic texts, and narrative. Genesis 5 compares
to linear genealogies of the Near Eastern world in that it legitimizes a claim
on behalf of the people of Israel by linking Israel and his descendants with Adam
who was created in the image and likeness of God. Genesis 5 compares to primeval
chronographic texts in that it uses advanced ages to indicate that the surrounding
narratives are set within the inconceivably distant or mythological past.
[Research Note: Joseph Smith’s Inspired Translation of the Bible contradicts this
assertion, with concrete validation of patriarchal ages and contemporaneously
living socieites. Furthermore, "the inconceivably distant or mythological past"
is inherently manifested in modern scientific evolutionary theory and DNA studies,
thus indicating its origins actually stem from said primeval mythological texts.
- Zbiranje in vizualizacija podatkov družinskega drevesa rodbine Robič
The purpose of the thesis was to collect the family data of the Robič family
in an analogous and digital form and to process and graphically present them
in the form of a family tree. The theoretical part presents the science of genealogy,
its history, tools for visualizing genealogical data, a database of genealogical data,
and the possibility of producing family trees in Slovenia and abroad.
- YEAR 2017
- A green form-based information extraction system for historical documents
Many historical documents are rich in genealogical facts. Extracting these facts
by hand is tedious and almost impossible considering the hundreds of thousands
of genealogically rich family-history books currently scanned and online. As one
approach for helping to make the extraction feasible, we propose GreenFIE--
a “Green” Form-based Information-Extraction tool . . .
- A Son's Dream: Colonel Webb Cook Hayes
and the Founding of the Nation's First Presidential Library
- Aproximación genética en una familia colombiana con porfiria intermitente aguda
Phenotype-genotype correlation in a Colombian family of four generations . . .
clinical histories of all the individuals of the family who wish to participate
were reviewed, the family genealogical tree was elaborated . . .
- Artisans and Nobles: The von Kraus Family Across 350 Years
of War and Social Change in Eastern European History
- Born Into Privilege: A Prosopographical Study of Princesses
during the Western and Eastern Han Dynasties
- Chiefs and Contestations Over Power and Territory:
the case of Njanja of Buhera district, 1950s-2016.
- Circumventing the Gatekeepers: A Consideration of Selected
Self-Published Histories in the United States, 2010-2015
Amazon's Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) store has flourished,
allowing entrepreneurs and authors to upload their works
for sale to Amazon's worldwide audience.
- Contando memorias
Recognizing the presence of indigenous people in the city implies getting closer
to understanding the way in which they seek to maintain their culture outside
their territories. Oral tradition and myth have been fundamental for the conservation
and transmission of their knowledge. From the above, new dynamics are created
that allow us to question the family memory loss present in non-indigenous families.
- Emotions and the Renaissance Family: the Strozzi Letters
- En el nombre de Dios: baroque piety, local religion,
and the last will and testament in late colonial Monterrey
- Finding Family Facts in the Digital Age:
Family History Research and Production Literacies - It presents a model
of the information behaviors of family history researchers, as well as a literacies
framework, which visualizes the skills and knowledge needed to conduct accurate
family history research and produce accurate family histories in the digital age.
- From Rochel to Rose and Mendel to Max: First Name Americanization Patterns
Among Twentieth-Century Jewish Immigrants to the United States
- Genealogy of Ya-ngal Family of Dolpo
Deals primarily with the Tibetan text of The Genealogy of Ya-ngal Family of Dolpo,
which is an important document concerning the history of Western Tibet.
Ko wai tō ingoa? The transformative potential of Māori names
- Les Arenberg : le gotha à l'heure des nations (1820-1919)
- Memories and the Everyday: An Ethnography of a Polish-Egyptian Family
- Mourning an Emperor: the sociopolitical spectacle of death, dynasty,
and the funeral during the transformation of the Roman Republic to Principate
- Ophir de España & Fernando de Montesinos’s Divine Defense
of the Spanish Colonial Empire: A Mysterious Ancestral Merging
of Pre-Inca and Christian Histories - provides longest version of Andean genealogy,
one hundred and three Andean rulers instead of the traditional eleven to thirteen
that were included in the other colonial chronicles from the 16th & 17th centuries.
Montesinos argues throughout his chronicle that the Incas, along with all Andeans,
are actually descendants of one of Noah's grandsons named Ophir. This discussed
by Miguel Cabello de Balboa, in Miscelánea antártica (1586) and Gegorio Garcia,
in Origen de los indios de el Nuevo Mundo e Indias Occidentales (1607).
"According to Montesinos, Ophir and his family were the first to arrive to Peru,
and subsequently the territory was named after this biblical descendant." . . .
first Andean rulers were Christian-like because they kept the commandments,
received revelations, and used a precise calendar that corresponded with
the biblical timeline. [Manuscript purchased by Montesinos at Lima, Peru auction.]
[Research Note: Sacred Geography, Antiquarianism and Visual Erudition:
Benito Arias Montano and the Maps in the Antwerp Polygot Bible, on page 71,
notes the centrepiece of Montano's pious world geography is the identification
of the biblical gold-bearing region of Ophir with Peru in the New World: . . . the
identification of the New World in general with the biblical Ophir went back to
Columbus, and the more specific theory that Peru was Ophir had already been
suggested by (Guillaume) Postel, but it was Montano who provided the philological
proof, bringing into action his talents as a Hebraist (Parvaim as 'double Peru').]
[Montesinos "is generally viewed as either a creative and misleading colonial
story teller or as a fortunate buyer" of one of the rarest versions of pre-Inca history.]
Book II Andean history stands pre-eminent in colonial Latin American literature.
[Book II discusses how Noah's descendants used quillqa for thirty-five hundred
years to write and keep records . . .] Reference Comparison - Peru is Ophir. First,
it was theologian Benito Arias Montano, who proposed Ophir as being the same
as Peru, not Fernando de Montesinos, reasoning that the native Peruvians were
thus descendants of Ophir and Shem. [Morphologically, parvaim . . . in Hebrew
could be broken to mean double Peru. Montano claimed therefore that the verse
should in fact read: ‘And this was the gold of Peru and Peru’, and not like the
Vulgate, where parvaim was interpreted as a mark of high quality (probatissimum).
Thus, the final volume of the Polyglot Bible, edited by Benito Arias Montano, printed
in Antwerp by Christophe Plantin, that was published in 1571–1572, and his other
published records, appears as historical source records for etymology of both words,
and noted questioned translations of Hebrew words, by Fernando de Montesinos.]
[The Quito manuscript : an Inca history preserved by Fernando de Montesinos]
[Montesinos emphasizes that Ophir was a divine and chosen land. Only righteous
rulers who were chosen by God were allowed to rule and profit from Ophir, like
Kings David and Solomon.] "And I, Nephi, did build a temple; and I did construct
it after the manner of the temple of Solomon save it were not built of so many
precious things; for they were not to be found upon the land, wherefore, it could
not be built like unto Solomon’s temple. But the manner of the construction was
like unto the temple of Solomon; and the workmanship thereof was exceedingly
fine." Similar to Book of Mormon (2 Nephi 5) writings. However, it is mentioned:
[described wars and the territorial positioning of Ophir's descendants match the
archeological timeline of the Wari who lived from approximately 600 AD - 1000 AD.]
[Nevertheless, "in Chapter 1, the first Andean rulers were Christian-like because they
kept the commandments, received revelations, and used a precise calendar that
corresponded with the biblical timeline." . . . "Slowly, even though there are moral
cycles similar to those found in the Bible, Andean or Ophirian society distance
themselves from God. War, greed, and struggles for dominance and power corrupt
the Andean world until the final arrival of the Spaniards." Compare with Jaredite
Book of Ether 2: "Behold, this is a choice land, and whatsoever nation shall possess
it shall be free from bondage, and from captivity, and from all other nations
under heaven, if they will but serve the God of the land, who is Jesus Christ,
who hath been manifested by the things which we have written."] [Mesoamerican
Yucatan province may originate from the name of the father of Ophir, Ioktan.]
[Research Note: The traditional history of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church states that
Joktan's sons, which would include Ophir, took "no part in the tower building,
and that they were thus allowed to preserve the original Ge'ez language -- which
their descendants, the Agazyan, carried across the Red Sea into Ethiopia as they
mixed with the Cushitic and Agaw people to form the hybrid Habesha race." This
has exact parallel in The Book of Ether 1, and as further expanded in Ether 3.]
- Central and Southern Andes, 500–1000 A.D. | Chronology | Heilbrunn Timeline
- ZARAHEMLA and THE RIVER SIDON: "Caffeinated"* BYU System Eclipsed
["Lehi went down by the Red Sea to the great Southern Ocean, and crossed
over to this land, and landed a little south of the Isthmus of Darien, . . .".
Peru is between: landing south of the Isthmus of Darien or northern Chile landing.
OPHIR is the name of a region in the ancient Near East mentioned once: ISAIAH
section of the Book of Mormon. Jaredites - O.T. "great tower" time frame.]
Was the land of Ophir identified and known prior to the division of the continents,
during the days of Peleg, and also after and before the days of Noah, as a land
of gold? Valley of Adam-ondi-Ahman, reconstructed connections to present day
gold mining and Pangaea, shows a pattern of finds from the United States,
flowing down through Middle and Central America, parallel South American
and African continental connections, to deposits within southern South Africa;
to India, Indonesia and Australia; also, tributary connection into northwest
United States, Canada, Alaska, to Russian Siberia and Middle East regions.
Biblical and other texts, suggest that the identification of regions by large
river systems, indicates ancient use of these waterways for transport and
travel (D&C 61). "Behold, I, the Lord, in the beginning blessed the waters;
but in the last days, by the mouth of my servant John, I cursed the waters.
Wherefore, the days will come that no flesh shall be safe upon the waters.
And it shall be said in days to come that none is able to go up to the land
of Zion upon the waters, but he that is upright in heart. And, as I, the Lord,
in the beginning cursed the land, even so in the last days have I blessed it,
in its time, for the use of my saints, that they may partake the fatness thereof."
The mention of gold and other precious metals gave sign posts to the posterity
of Adam, for determination of location in relation to various family migrations,
from the region of the first human homestead, situated near the garden of Eden.
And Adam and Eve, his wife, called upon the name of the Lord, and they heard
the voice of the Lord from the way toward the Garden of Eden, speaking unto
them, and they saw him not; for they were shut out from his presence. . . .
And from that time forth, the sons and daughters of Adam began to divide
two and two in the land, and to till the land, and to tend flocks, and they
also begat sons and daughters.
- Origen y evolución de las fortalezas bajomedievales
en la parte suroeste de la provincia de Lugo - Includes chapel, coats of arms,
storied windows, fireplace, stone sings, lineage and genealogy.
- P2HR, A Personalized Condition-Driven Person Health Record
Fields such as precision and preventive medicine require longitudinal health data
in addition to complementary data such as social, demographic and family history.
- P e r p e t u o
This project seeks to reconstruct the memory of my family, with the passing
of generations, family traditions and teachings have been fading due to the passage
of time and the uprooting caused by globalization, and important values transmitted
by the family have lost relevance in the new generations,
based on research within my own family,
- "Recommender Systems for Family History Source Discovery"
. . . similarity computation takes into account as much information about individuals
as possible in order to create connections that would otherwise not exist . . .
- Reflections of the Invisible: How Native American Descendants of the Former
Northwest Territories (1787-1837) Develop and Maintain a Native American Identity.
- Sauerkraut and Salt Water: The German-Tongan Diaspora Since 1932
- Staking a Claim For Equality:
homesteading and woman suffrage in South Dakota, 1880 - 1920
- Stay in Touch
Processes of weaving, knitting, crochet, embroidery and photography
to touch the past and to feel reciprocally touched by it.
- Subjects and Sovereigns: the Husbands & Wives Who Ruled British India, 1774-1925
- The Black Family and Community as Contributors
to Increased Academic Achievement: The Ethnographical
and Historical Case of the Archer Family From 1647-2017
- The Colonial Family Album: Photography and Identity in Otago, 1848-1890
- The Commercialisation of Genealogy – is it ethical for commercial businesses
to charge money for access to genealogical records?
- The Future Looked So Good
. . . full-length, creative nonfiction stage play that explores the writer's family legacy,
intergenerational dynamics and inherited memory.
- The House of Judah
The history of the family is a thread to navigate the history of America.
- The Impact of Social Media Platforms on Identity Development in Adolescence
- The Number of Generations in Matthew 1: A Proposition Based on the Peshitta (pdf)
- The Role of Mothers in the Genealogical Lists of Jacob's Sons
- The Sheremetevs and the Argunovs:
Art, Serfdom, and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Russia
- The Stories We Will Tell: An Exploration of Family History
through Autobiography and Record Analysis
- The Study on Legal System of the Stepfamily in Mainland China
- Todo el mundo tiene una historia de vida y nada se puede entender sin ella:
aproximación en el ámbito de mayores con deterioro cognitivo y su entorno familiar
- Watching You Go:
exploring subjective documentary methods in contemporary photography
- YEAR 2016
- A Case Study of the First Chinese Genealogy Program: "Where Do I Come From"
In 2014, China Central Television (CCTV) produced the first television genealogy
show "Where Do I Come From", which caused a broad debate, and set off a trend
to "seek for root".
- "A Collection of Essays and Short Stories"
Concerning my family’s ancestral farm in Powhatan County, Virginia.
- A Fenian Marriage:
The Life of Mary Jane O'Donovan Rossa with Her Husband Jeremiah
- A story of sunshine and shadow:
Elizabeth H. Colt and the crafting of the Colt legacy in Hartford
- Abdullah Al-Suwaidi and His Book: Online
Al-Nafhah Al-Miskiyyah Fi Al-Rihlah Al-Makkiyyah
- African American Mortality
a biocultural study of Missouri cemetery records
- An Investigation of the Digitization of Chinese Genealogical Records
- Belonging in Genesis Biblical Israel and the Politics of Identity
Expansive view of kinship that incorporates the cosmos under the rubric of family.
- "Bootstrap Boricuas: A Family Performing and Exploring Cultural Assimilation"
- Communicating Across Time:
Female Genealogies in the Medieval Literary Imagination
- Comparison of the Use of Historical Motives in the Monarchical Legitimacy
in Kingdoms of France and Bohemia in the Late Middle Ages
- Das Formline Design und der Wandel des Tricksterbildes in Theorie-
und Kunstgeschichte: unter spezieller Berücksichtigung der Ethnien
an der pazifischen Nordwestküste Kanadas (pdf copy)
- Departures, Wanderings and Homecomings
About my Fijian-European father; meet my family relatives and explore Suva, Fiji.
- Duitse immigrasie na Suid-Afrika ná 1945: 'n transnasionale geskiedenis,
met die fokus op Wolfgang Wehrmeyer (1933-2008)
- "Endearing Ties": Black Family Life in Early New England
- Estimating relationships and relatedness from dense genome-wide data
- Estudi potencialitat API Familysearch
- Exceptions to Exclusion: A Prehistory of Asylum in the United States, 1880-1980
- "Eyebrows: A Collection of Stories about that Family You Saw in Aldi's "
- Familienbuch der katholischen Pfarrgemeinde Freidorf im Banat
und ihrer Filialen 1723-2005
- Family, memory, and the political life-cycle
of parish elites in rural England, 1485-1558
- Fisheries management and fisheries livelihoods in Iceland
- From the Banks of Trouant's Island
- Genealogy Trouble: Studien zu einer Geschichte der Genealogie
- Hakka, Genealogy and Gender: Some reflections on a Hakka female genealogy
- editor's field study
- Identiti masyarakat Portugis di Malaysia:
kajian kes di perkampungan Portugis, Ujong Pasir, Melaka
- Identity Aperture: self-portraits, genealogy, and Other Archives
The choice of myself as a subject provides me with an opportunity to deeply
investigate the issue of identity from a personal point of view and expand
my exploration to encompass ancestry, country, and global view.
- Integrating Research and Inuit Knowledge:
critical approaches to archaeology in the Canadian arctic
- "King Dagobert, the saint, and royal salvation: the shrine of Saint-Den"
- Kotisatamassa: merimiesten vaimot, naisten toimijuus ja perheiden
toimeentuloehdot 1800-luvun suomalaisessa rannikkokaupungissa
- La méthode généalogique:
à la rencontre de la sociologie, la philosophie et l'histoire
- La notabilité rurale dans le contado florentin Valdarno Supérieur et Chianti,
aux XIIe et XIIIe siècles
- "Land/People" by Amanda R. Breitbach
- Life in Three Houses
Chronicles my grandmother's memories of her life in occupied France, . . . ,
and continues with her emigration to America and . . .
story of her youngest daughter--and my mother--Michelle.
- Living History: Finding Myself in the Reflection of My Elders
- maamakaajichige mazinaakizon:
a journey of relating with/through our Anishinabe photographs
- Manaaki Tāngata: The Secret To Happiness:
narratives from older Māori in the Bay of Plenty
- Marriage, Bigamy, and the Inquisition:
power and gender relations in seventeenth-century New Spain
- Mi familia - mi frontera: Born and raised in south Texas & northern México
through the lenses of autobiography and art making (familia y lotería)
- Mining social structures from genealogical data
- My name is Afrika: Setswana genealogies, trans-atlantic interlocutions,
and NOW-time in Keorapetse Kgositsile's life and work
- My story of Annie's Mob: An Aboriginal history
My memories, family documents, printed source material,
such as the diaries of my Grandfather and departmental files.
- On the backs of administrators: the families of high officials in Dynasty XIII
- Parentiu i salut entre els imazighen rifenys de Catalunya
- Policing: family, gender, race-ethnicity, and recruiting in 21st Century America
Many newspaper articles depict individuals who have a familial history
of policing; however, scholarly literature on this topic is almost non-existent.
- Powerful Arms and Fertile Soil: (pdf copy)
English Identity and the Law of Arms in Early Modern England - Status and authority
of the English gentleman is derived from the uniquely English interpretation
and administration of the Law of Arms by the officers of the College of Arms --
the heralds. This research examines questions of honour, genealogy, and law,
as they were understood by the heralds, and their role in creating an English
identity during the early modern period.
- Prejudice, progress, and preservation:
the "Bertig Dynasty" of northeast Arkansas, 1870-1950
- Preserving Family Histories and Memories with Tangible Technology
- Propiedad y poder en Murcia: el patrimonio como agente del cambio social
en la transición del antiguo régimen a la sociedad de los individuos
- Prosopographia Memphitica
- R&D Investments in Family Firms: A Perspective of Swedish Family Firms
- "Reading and imagining family life in later medieval western Europe"
- Rebirth of a Lineage: The Hereditary Household of the Han Celestial Master
and Celestial Masters Daoism at Dragon and Tiger Mountain - Traces lineal
history of the Zhang family as presented in the Hereditary Household
in chronological parallel to contrasting narratives found in official histories,
epigraphy, and the literary record.
- Research on Chung Wenyin's: Self in the Family Writing and Travel Writing
It is a questioning of presence in place, in history, in genealogy,
and an experimentation of the self in moments of familiarity and foreignness.
- "Storia Orale di immigrati Italiani" by Stephen A. Falcigno
- Svinfellinga Saga: a new critical edition of BL Add. 11, 127 fol
General notes, genealogical tables and the map of Iceland
relevant to the text provide lexical, historical and literary background.
- Terrestrial Reward as Divine Recompense:
The Self-fashioned Piety of the Peng Lineage of Suzhou, 1650s-1870s
- That’s my Grandma: my Grandmother’s stories, resistance and remembering
My family stories and history as an Anishinaabe person.
- The Genealogy Compilation and Analysis of Contemporary Taiwanese Lian Family
- The Ideology of White Southern Daughterhood, 1865–1920
White southern women were instrumental in the organization of three
of the most popular patriotic-hereditary societies of the late nineteenth century:
the Daughters of the American Revolution, the Daughters of the Republic of Texas,
and the United Daughters of the Confederacy.
- The Last Patron of Tintern Abbey: The Family and Piety of Roger Bigod
- The Life of Bodies: Considering Inka Mummies as Material Symbols
Mummified ancestral remains in the Andes entered the dynamic field
of material culture, in which they symbolized and ordered social organization
and genealogical collective memory.
- The Nature of Kinship Care Relationships and Permanency Outcomes for
Foster Children: Implications for Social Work Practice, Policy, and Research
- The Puzzle of the Morrissette-Arcand clan:
a history of metis historic and intergenerational trauma
- The Reception and Use of Flann Mainistrech
and His Work in Medieval Gaelic Manuscript Culture [pdf]
- The unfinished laundry, folding our stories:
oral histories of a Chinese American laundry family (in San Francisco)
- The way of genealogy to the library: A study in the emergence
of a microfilm archive of Växjö Diocese - and country Library
- Writing Local History: researching, writing, and publishing
crime and punishment in Sacramento, 1848-1880
- YEAR 2015
- 19th century emigration from Cornwall as experienced by the wives 'left behind'
- A Somkeréki Erdélyiek. Egy Erdélyi család története a közép- és kora újkorban
- A Spatial-Temporal Exploration of Genealogy Books: The Taiwanese Genealogy
Catalogue Collected by The Genealogical Society of Utah
- An den Wurzeln der Tugend: Rheinischer Adel und Freimaurerei 1765 - 1815
- Aportaciones didácticas de la historia local y familiar al proceso
de enseñanza-aprendizaje de las ciencias sociales : experiencias
en tres centros educativos de la Región de Murcia
de Educación Primaria, Secundaria y PCPI
- Applications of Visualization Techniques in Hakka Genealogy System
- Archiving and advocating for performance festivals as sites of disciplinary conviction
In particular, I focus on how festivals provide opportunities for genealogical
connections, embodied mentoring, and upholding performance practice as praxis.
- Aspects of Crown administration and society
in the county of Northumberland, c.1400-c.1450
- Becoming a Family Life Educator:
Perspectives Gained from the Cross-pollination of Family Experiences
- Black canaries: a story of ancestry, land and labor
Ancestry and coal mining in south-central Iowa.
- Black matters: young Ethiopian Jews and race in Israel
- Chatting online with my other mother: adoptive family views and experiences
of the use of traditional and technological forms of post-adoption contact
- Combination of a Probabilistic-Based and a Rule-Based Approach
for Genealogical Record Linkage
- Das Herkommen des Hauses Sachsen: genealogisch-historiographische
Arbeit der Wettiner im 16. Jahrhundert
- Die Namen Ansegis(el), Anschis(us) und Anchises im Kontext
der Karolingergenealogien und der fränkischen Geschichtsschreibung
- Eizellspende und genealogische Implikationen:
Beweggründe von in Deutschland lebenden Frauen,
die im Ausland eine Eizellspende in Anspruch nahmen,
bezüglich der Offenlegung/Geheimhaltung
der genetischen Abstammung ihres Nachwuchses
- Etnomatemática e relações de poder: uma análise das narrativas
de colonos descendentes de alemães da região do Vale do Rio dos Sinos
- Fios de memórias. Um estudo sobre parentesco
e história a partir da construção da genealogia manoki (irantxe)
- "From Martial Law to Boba: What Is It to be Taiwanese American?"
- Fusion, exponence, and flexivity in Hindukush languages:
An areal-typological study
- Genealogy and island families: mixed relationships
and their descendants on San Andrés island, Colombian Caribbean
- Genealogy of Cao family . . . China to 2015
- Genealogy of Dangtu xian, Maanshan city, Anhui province, China to 1991
- Genealogy of Deng family . . . China to 1901
- Genealogy of Hu family . . . China to 1879
- Genealogy of Hu family . . . China to a 1881
- Genealogy of Jin family . . . China to 1878
- Genealogy of Jing family . . . China to about 1790
- Genealogy of Lai family . . . China to about 1873
- Genealogy of Li family . . . China to 1910
- Genealogy of Li family . . . China to 1990
- Genealogy of Li family . . . China to 1997
- Genealogy of Li family . . . China to 2004
- Genealogy of Li family . . . China to 2006
- Genealogy of Ni family . . . China to 1923
- Genealogy of Ning family . . . China to 1993
- Genealogy of Ouyang family . . . China to 1996
- Genealogy of Qu family in China to 1964
- Genealogy of Song family . . . China to 1992
- Genealogy of Shu family in China to 1921
- Genealogy of Wang family . . . China to 1915
- Genealogy of Wang family . . . China to 1916
- Genealogy of Wang family . . . China to 1948
- Genealogy of Weng family . . . China to 2012
- Genealogy of Xiao family . . . China to 2000
- Genealogy of Xie family . . . China to 2014
- Genealogy of Xiong family . . . China to 1925
- Genealogy of Xiong family . . . China to 1949
- Genealogy of Xiong family . . . China to 1991
- Genealogy of Yang family . . . China to 1942
- Genealogy of Yang family . . . China to 1993
- Genealogy of Yang family . . . China to 1994
- Genealogy of Zhou family . . . China to about 1947
- Genealogy of Zhou family . . . China to 2010
- Genealogy of Zhu family . . . China to 1947
- Honoring ancestors through pilgrimage and creative writing (pdf)
- Human interaction with nature through architecture
- Illusion → disillusion → resolution : forensic reconstruction of two immigrants' lives
- Inland Tlingit of Teslin, Yukon: G̲aanax̲.Ádi and Kook̲hittaan clan origin stories
for the immediate and clan family of Emma Joanne Shorty (nee Sidney)
- Jiang Zhongying Lineage of Longyan, Fujian: A Case Study
of the Reconstruction Of Patriarchal Lineage in Post-socialist China
- La condition juridique des lignages nobles en Gascogne à l'époque moderne:
XVIe siècle-XVIIIe siècle
- La Maison de Smolensk: une dynastie princière du Moyen Âge russe, 1125-1404
- Land Management: Welbeck and Holkham in the Long Nineteenth Century
- Manuscript variation in Eyrbyggja saga (pdf)
- Matthew's presentation of the Son of David:
Davidic tradition and typology in the Gospel of Matthew
- My family, my identity: an ethnohistorical exploration of a multiethnic family
- Namen und Geschichte in der Zeit der Einnamigkeit (ca. 400–1100) Einleitung
- Nommer les mères en catalogue:
la fonction de la parenté dans la poésie épique grecque
- Of sand or soil: genealogy and tribal belonging in Saudi Arabia
- Origins, Ancestors, and Imperial Authority in Early Northern Wei Historiography
I explore Wei shu historiography on the early Northern Wei imperial state,
which was founded by the Tuoba Xianbei in the late fourth century C.E.
- Pharnabaze et les Pharnacides: une dynastie de satrapes
sur les rives de la Propontide (Ve-IVe siècle av. J.-C.)
- Pingpu，s Ethnic group and the Developments of East Rift Valley:
A Study of the Teng Family in Kao Liao
- Population Genetic Methods and Applications to Human Genomes (pdf)
SEE: Genetics & Genealogy [Evolution's hovel is built with fictive DNA straw.]
- Portrait sets in Tudor and Jacobean England
- Radical genealogies: Okie women and Dust Bowl memories
- Sozialer Wandel und die Zweinamigkeit im 11. Jahrhundert
– e ine französische Perspektive
- The design of a digital genealogical archival repository in Pretoria West
- The development of the Welsh country house:
‘dy lŷs enaid y wlad/your court, the soul of the land’
- The future of history: the importance of South Australian history groups
and their archives to promote and preserve history
- The heroic biography of Fergus Mac Róich. A case study
of the heroic-biographical pattern in Old and Middle Irish literature
- The Nobles of El-Qusiya in the Sixth Dynasty a Historical Study
- The Origin and Development of JuLu Sect
in the Wei Family in Fengyuan (1824-2014)
- The poetics of commemoration: Skaldic verse and social memory, c. 890-1070
- The Power of Genealogy
- The Production Report of A Documentary Film
"My grandma and her three daughters"
- The Rural Community through the Eyes of the Land Agent
on the Marquis of Anglesey’s Dorset and Somerset Estate:
William Castleman and His Sons c1812-1854
- The Sons of Jacob and the Sons of Herakles
the history of the tribal system and the organization of biblical identity
- The Textile Archive: curating personal histories and family narratives
Design, affordances and craftsmanship of a textile are revealed as interweaving
with its emotional, sentimental, biographical or family historical meaning.
- Transmission and adaptation of the Trojan narrative
in Frankish history between the sixth and tenth centuries
- Trauma begets genealogy gender and memory in Chronicles [Bible]
- Unifiers and Dividers in a North Staffordshire Parish : Audley, 1840-1939
- Unrolling History: Fifteenth-century Political Culture and Perceptions (pdf copy)
on the Canterbury Roll - a fifteenth-century genealogical chronicle roll that traces
the succession of English kings from Noah until the Wars of the Roses.
- Leaves of Gold Gallery - FLP Lewis MsE201
- Leaves of Gold - Exhibition Checklist
- Medieval & Renaissance Manuscripts | The Morgan Library & Museum
- The Wall Edition ("Noah" Group Manuscripts)
- Aberystwyth, National Library of Wales, Rolls 39
- Cambridge, King’s College, MS 43
- Lincoln, Lincolnshire Archives, 2-TDE/K/
- London, British Library, Additional MS 18002
- London, British Library, Sloane MS 2732A
- London, College of Arms, MS Box 28, no. 5
- London, College of Arms, MS Box 28, no. 12
- London, Society of Antiquaries of London, MS 570
- Notre Dame, University of Notre Dame, Hesburgh Library, cod. Lat. D. 3
- Oxford, Bodleian Library, Marshall MS 135
- Oxford, Queen’s College, MS 167
- Wall Handbook to the Maude Roll (1919) (pdf)
- Tours of the British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts
- An Introduction to Illuminated Manuscripts by the British Library
- The British Library Catalogue of Illuminated Manuscripts
- Visions of community: literary culture and social change
among the Northern Kyrgyz, 1856-1924
- Web service for 19th century Irish personal name matching
- Wo waren die Langobarden in den italienischen Urkunden?
Identität, Verwandtschaft und Namengebung (pdf)
The Italian charters are “family charters” and this allows
us to draw conclusions about name-giving.
- Y-STR profiling of four South African populations
using the University of the Western Cape 10 locus set
- Zwischen Akkulturation und Assimilation: Karrieren und Lebenswelten
deutsch-österreichischer Beamtenfamilien in Galizien (1772-1918)
- YEAR 2014
- A colonizaçâo do Sudoeste Angolano:
do deserto do Namibe ao planalto da Huíla 1849-1900
- A Family Affair: Building a web application for the visual exploration
of the geographies of Scottish family histories.
- A history of the Molemas, African notables in South Africa, 1880s to 1920s
- A re-assessment of the administrators and their families at Deir el-Gebrawi
This study seeks to determine the relationships of the tomb owners
at Deir el-Grabawi, and, at its core, is a genealogy of these people.
- An unbroken connection?
New Zealand families, duty, and the First World War
- Ancestor worship in the Middle Sicán theocratic state
- Archaeology and place: history, heritage and sense of place
on Valentia and Achill Islands. | History On-line
- At the Margins of the Plantation: Alternative Modernities
and an Archaeology of the "Poor Whites" of Barbados
- Awkward histories: place, history, kin
In a similar capacity to the ways in which settler descendants have related
to place and local history, family histories have been written in such a way
so as to diminish the length and breadth of shared histories.
- Business along the Blue Ridge:
cabinetmaking in Winchester and Frederick County, Virginia, 1750-1825
- Calling Changes by Name:
The Massachusetts Family Viewed through an Onomastic Lens, 1660-1860
- Chasing ancestors: searching for the roots
of American Sign Language in the Kentish Weald, 1620-1851
- Constructing women's identities in self-writing and online diaries in Taiwan
- Creació de la BD Enxarxeu-ho de la SCGHSVN
This project aims to create a database and web tools to manage it for
the Catalan Society of Genealogy, Heraldry, Sigillography, Vexillology and Noble
- Das Haus Digeon in Frankreich 1096-1856:
eine genealogische Studie im adelsrechtlichen Kontext des Ancien Régime
- De Beaufort, een aanzienlijke familie tijdens de Republiek,
de Bataafs-Franse tijd en het Koninkrijk 1613-1876
- Development and transformation of the clan and the local community:
A case study of Wun-shuei Huang in Quemoy
- Distortions in Genealogies due to Purifying Selection
- Duwamish history in Duwamish voices:
weaving our family stories since colonization
- El significat històric de la tradició textual del llibre dels fets (1343-1557)
- Enemy and ancestor:
viking identities and ethnic boundaries in England and Normandy, c.950-c.1015
- Eustache-Antoine Hua, 1759-1836:
Mémoires et papiers privés d'un magistrat et député:
édition critique des Mémoires d'Eustache-Antoine Hua
- Exploring the role of perceived religiosity on daily life, coping, and parenting
for Jewish parents of children with autism
Forty-five percent of all participants stated that their religious ritual practices
connected them to their family history, cultural history, and Jewish identity.
- Familia y poder en la España Moderna.El ascenso de una familia de letrados:
los Valcárcel (Siglos XVII y XVIII)
- From hobby to necessity: the practice of genealogy in the Third Reich
- Genetic Genealogies
Identify possible impacts of genetic genealogy research
and the problems and consequences it can pose to indigenous peoples.
- Grandfathers at war: practical politics of identity at Delaware Town
- Gutenberg und Sine Frunde:
studien zu patrizischen Familien im spätmittelalterlichen Mainz
- Herrschergenealogie und religiöses Patronat:
die Inschriftenkultur der Rāṣṭrakūṭas,
Śilāhāras und Yādavas: 8. bis 13. Jahrhundert
- Historic Rockland Cemetery and Upper Mount Vernon Canyon
- Imagining the Arabs: Arab identity and the Rise of Islam
Over Islam's first four centuries, political elites, genealogists, poetry collectors,
historians and grammarians all participated in a vibrant process of imagining
and re-imagining Arab identity and history, and the sum of their works established
a powerful tradition that influences Middle Eastern communities to the present day.
- Intrinsic narrative
Some memories remain vivid and definite while others seem to fade away
into a questionable uncertainty; sometimes leading one to question
which parts of the memories are real and which parts have been made up.
- Istorinių žydų kapinių tyrimo problemos Lietuvos žydų kultūros tyrimų kontekste
Historical Jewish cemeteries in the context of Jewish cultural studies. (pdf)
- It runs in the family: the Bradfords, print, and liberty (1680-1810)
- La Bibliothèque d'Apollodore et les mythographes anciens
Apollodorus' Library, probably written during the 2nd or 3rd century A. D.,
aims at gathering Greek legends and myths in a coherent system based
upon a genealogical structure.
- La fabrique des parentés. Enjeux électifs,
pratiques relationnelles et productions symboliques chez les Inuit
des îles Belcher (Nunavut, Arctique canadien)
- La subjectivation de l'héritage traumatique de la Première guerre mondiale
dans les régions du nord et de l'est de la France: [le lien de la mémoire]
- Les familles recomposées au Gabon:
réalité, enjeux et discours dans l'exercice de la fonction parentale
- Life and death: a study of the wills and testaments of men and women
in London and Bury St. Edmunds in the late fourteenth and early fifteenth centuries
- Locating Intergenerational Sense of Self:
Intersections of Genealogy with Leisure and Tourism
- Lost & Found
The pieces are built from new and found materials, using text and images
from old family letters and photos -- physical evidence of relationships
from my childhood and those of my parents and grandparents.
- Making Texts in Villages:
Textual Production in Rural China During the Ming-Qing Period
- Marvelous generations: Lancastrian genealogies and translation
in late Medieval and early modern England and Iberia
- Matter(s) of state heraldic display and discourse
in the early modern monarchy (c. 1480-1650): proefschrift
- 'n Histories-argeologiese studie van die Plaas Welkomskraal,
Distrik Venterstad, Noordoos-Kaap
- Native women and fur trade marriages in the 18th century:
a comparative study between the southeastern American frontier
and the Canadian northwest. | History On-line
- Online information seeking behavior:
Models of information source selection and information seeker satisfaction
- OntoSoar: using language to find genealogy facts
There is a need to have an automated system that can read family history books
or other historical texts and extract as many genealogy facts as possible from them.
- Personenkataloge aus: Gutenberg und <em>sine frunde</em>.
Studien zu patrizischen Familien im spätmittelalterlichen Mainz.
- Population Genetics of Identity By Descent
- Preserving the Mi Fu (1051-1107) Heritage: Calligraphy Compendium of the Hall
of Pine and Sweet Olive (Songgui Tang Tie) and the Mi Family in Southern Song
- Producing materials, places and identities:
a study of encounters in the Alberni Valley (pdf)
- Prosopographical approaches to the nasab tradition:
a study of marriage and concubinage in the tribe of Muḥammad, 500-750 CE
- ‘Putting the flesh on the bones’:
Evidencing and imagining genealogical connections with family historians
in Northumberland, County Durham, and Tyne and Wear.
- Relação fraterna na fase adulta:
significados atribuídos ao longo do tempo - um estudo de caso
- Repositori d'arbres genealògics utilitzant una BD NoSQL
- Saints, Sinners, and Socialists on the Southside: Polish Catholic
Immigrant Workers, Politics, and Culture in Wheeling, West Virginia, 1890-1930
- Släktforskning på nätet:
Onlinetjänsters påverkan på släktforskares informationsbeteende -
Genealogy on the Internet:
The Influence of Online Services on Genealogists' Information Behaviour
- Small and Medium Family Businesses
and Family Resources Management-Cloth Merchants at Dihua St.
- Social transformation among Sahrāwī desert nomads:
the hidden logic of Ḥassānīya socio-geographical networks
- Telling stories
This thesis project is composed as a hypertext-based Website
in which the pages are nonfiction stories about family.
- 'The Better Sort': ideas of Race and of Nobility
in Eighteenth-Century Great Britain and Ireland
- The evolution of life history traits in Iceland, 1650-1950
- The family picture: a study of identity construction in 17th-century Dutch portraits.
- The "ideal self" stands alone: A phenomenological psychological
descriptive analysis of Anglo Saxon American self-concept formation
in relation to ancestral connectedness
- The Meschianza and the Chew family:
how a family remembers and commemorates personal and national history
- "Through Marriage Marvelously Blended": Visual Representations
of Matrimonial Rituals in the Burgundian and Habsburg Netherlands, 1384 to 1555
- "True to me"| Case studies of five middle school students' experiences
with official and unofficial versions of history in a social studies classroom (pdf)
- Turismo Genealógico: "Voltar a casa" - Turismo de Histórias e Memórias da Família
- Un lignage de l'aristocratie chevaleresque médiévale normande:
les Brucourt (1082-1302)
- Where I belong
"This project compiled research of my family history to present an honest
and creative portrayal of my family's journey, connecting the stories of my
ancestors to the common struggle, movement, and growth of humanity.
- YEAR 2013
- A family archive:
Construction of identity in the Assyrian American Diaspora
- A genre theory perspective on digital storytelling
- A halotti búcsúztató eredete, történeti rétegei
The Origin of Funeral Song and it’s Historical Layers
- 'A knowledge of local history seems to be a very worthwhile thing':
community, heritage and identity in Irthlingborough, 1840-2008. | History On-line
- A measure of vessels: A memoir
In ancient times, my father's family name is believed to have
designated a surveyor, designer, or 'measurer' of sailing vessels
- A Study of The Change And The Development
of The Institution of Mamazangiljan In Paiwan Society
- A voice from the past: [Voice From the Past:] [Ohio]
discovering four generations of the Huffman family through historical documents.
- Adult Adoptees' Experiences
During the Decision Making Process for Birth Parent Reunification
- An analysis of the creation of chronology and genealogy
of the Inca dynasty in a selection of early Peruvian chronicles.
- An awareness of local identity: Influence of Hawaiian, Asian,
and Pacific (HAP) Issues course at Kapi'olani Community College
- Analysis of alternatives to store genealogical trees using Graph Databases
- And the trail continued:
Nineteenth century federal Indian policies and the Vann family, 1745-1902
- Based on a true story
The work created will be both an homage to my family and community
as well as an effort to connect to a generation I admire and relate to through
the physical making of objects. . . . This body of work will strengthen my
understanding of myself and my family, while also creating sculptures
that can function as placeholders for family memories, community traditions,
and geographically specific ideas.
- Cape Colony marriage in perspective
Using genealogical records to track the ancestry of colonial settlers in South Africa,
this study will investigate the evolution of marriage in the Cape Colony.
- "Capitalizing Subjects: Free African-Descended Women of Means
in Xalapa, Veracruz during the Long Seventeenth Century
- Central American Youth in The U.S. (Re) Claiming Identities and Spaces:
The Effect of Family Migration and Educational Experiences
on Ethnic Identity and Educational Aspirations
- Coloured identity in post-apartheid South Africa
By sifting through my own family history, I begin the process of deciding
what to embrace and what to leave behind, pasting together a collage
of cultural clippings that can begin to define my Coloured identity.
- Complicating Africville:
an oral history of gender, race, and power relations in Africville
- Contested grounds
I do this through utilizing personal and family history to develop
imagery that documents the economic changes taking place.
- Dancing with Chikapesh:
an examination of Eeyou stories through three generations of storytellers
- Die älteren Diepoldinger als Markgrafen in Bayern (1077-1204):
adlige Herrschaftsbildung im Hochmittelalter
- Droit et généalogie
Genealogy, which is compulsorily part of notarial law, links up
the individuals to their history and property. It allows the recognition,
the keeping and the rediscovery of fundamental landmarks.
Official recognition of genealogists is a precondition for a possible return
of this art in the realm of private law in France, in Europe and around the world.
- Dynastic politics: five women of the Howard family
during the reign of Henry VIII, 1509-47. | History On-line
- Emotional processing and brain activity in youth at high risk for alcoholism:
a dissertation [Related subjects: genealogy and pedigree]
- Estimativa de parâmetros genético-populacionais de interesse
em isolados populacionais do Vale do Ribeira (remanescentes de quilombos)
Genealogical and molecular data (collected from 2000 and 1000 individuals
respectively) were obtained from 13 quilombo communities: Maria Rosa,
Pilões, Galvão, São Pedro, Pedro Cubas, Ivaporanduva, Sapatu, André Lopes,
Nhunguara, Abobral (both left and right edges), Poça e Reginaldo.
- Ethnogenesis of the Hawaiian ranching community:
an historical archaeology of tradition, transnationalism, and pili
Pili describes the ethnogenesis of the ranching community
as the formation and reinforcement of kin- and kin-like connections
among existing community members and newcomers.
- Ethnonyms in the Place-names of Scotland and the Border Counties of England
- Familienbücher als Medien städtischer Kommunikation:
Untersuchungen zur Basler Geschichtschreibung im 16. Jahrhundert
- "For Better or Worse:
Divorce and Annulment Lawsuits in Colonial Mexico (1544-1799)"
- From Domesday Book to the Hundred Rolls: Lordship, Landholding
and Local Society in Three English Hundreds, 1066-1280
- Genealogy Trouble : Studien zu einer Geschichte der Genealogie - 34
- Georgic Ideals and Claims of Entitlement in the Life Writing of Alberta Settlers
My study focuses on the diaries, letters, and memoirs of seven British
and Anglo-Canadian pioneers who settled in southern Alberta
to establish farms and ranches.
- Hair heir
Appropriated family photographs, genealogy, and recorded narratives
serve as the content of my photographs, hair embroideries, and videos.
- Heritage Tourism and Return Journeys:
Place and Identity Construction in Korean Adoptees
- Hezekiah and the compositional history of the Book of Kings.
The genealogical structure of this Hezekian History emerges
from the Davidic royal ideology rooted in Jerusalem.
- Histoire, mémoire et pouvoir:
les généalogies en rouleau des rois d'Angleterre, 1250-1422
- Imagining the Creole City: White Creole Print Culture, Community,
and Identity Formation in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans
- In Pursuit of Full Freedom: An Archaeological and historical study
of the free African-American Community at Parting Ways, Massachusetts, 1779-1900
- In the footprints of our ancestors: exploring the reconnection to my Cree ancestors
(âniskôtapânak) and ancestral land in the Lesser Slave Lake area
- Investigating family context: an exploratory study to research how therapists
use genograms as a therapeutic tool with individuals in one-to-one therapy
- Journey to Belonging:
Chinese American Heritage Travel to Guangdong, China
- Kage School:
the history of a one-room school in Cape Girardeau, Missouri
- Legend of the Field Stones in Old Bethel Cemetery:
Using Archaeology to Explore Social Memory
- Les prétentions généalogiques à Athènes sous l'Empire romain
The genealogical study will be conducted based on late prosopographical writings
(Persons of Ancient Athens, Lexicon of Greek Personal Names) but will also include
the full text corpus and inscriptions, some of witch only recently excavated.
This study will highlight the fact that the Athenians had enough support to
maintain a genealogical memory going a long way. In a certain number
of cases, the reconstruction of detailed filiations even makes it possible
to retrace precisely one path of the claim.
- Les Valerii Messallae: histoire, mémoire et pouvoir d'une famille noble
(Ier s. av. J.-C. - Ier s. ap. J.-C.).
- Litigating the lash: Quaker emancipator Robert Pleasants, the law of slavery,
and the meaning of manumission in revolutionary and early national Virginia
It is a detailed legal, cultural and family history of the Virginia case of
Pleasants v. Pleasants (1799), in which Robert Pleasants sued his nieces,
nephews, siblings and cousins for the freedom of over four hundred slaves
in the Virginia Court of Appeals, the state's highest tribunal
in the largest manumission case in American history.
- Locating Persons: An Ethnography of Personhood and Place in Rural Kyrgyzstan
Formal ways of reckoning kinship, such as recounting genealogies and tracing
back seven generations of male ancestors, and everyday forms of socialising
are both integral in what it means to be a person, and are flexible in their
designation of persons of the same kind and persons that are different.
- Logainmneacha Mhagh Loirg agus Uachtar Thíre, Contae Ros Comáin:
Anailís ar ainmneacha bhailte fearainn na seandúichí sin
This thesis Traces the origin and development of the validated names
in the Barony of Boyle in County Roscommon Northern.
- Luoghi e identità: ricostruzione storica dello spazio agrario,
sociale e politico della baronia di Monreale nella Sardegna dell’età moderna
Archive research was undertaken at Cagliari State Archives, Turin State Archives,
Historical Diocesan Archives in Ales and the historical archives in Guspini,
San Gavino and Sardara municipalities. The private archives of the Orrù
and Diana families were consulted, as was that of the ecclesiastic
Lorenzo Tuveri from Sardara.
- Making a Case For Palauans:
An Analysis of Public Lands Cases in Palau
- Maternal age at birth delivery, birth order and secondary sex ratio
in the Old Order Amish of Lancaster County [Pennsylvania]
- Medicine Wheel Journey: An Autobiographical Approach
to Developing an Indigenous-centered Helping Framework
- Mellorado: identity, heritage and transmission [Mellorado]
- Missed Identity: Collective Memory, Adina de Zavala
And The Tejana Heroine Who Wasn't
- Modelling male demographic histories from y-chromosome data
by measuring star-shaped genealogies
- Monuments on the horizon:
the formation of the barrow landscape throughout the 3rd and 2nd millennium BC
- Mormon mommy blogs
"There's gotta be some women out there who feel the same way"
- Motherhood in early China
Drawing on oracle bones and bronze inscriptions, historical documents,
ritual manuals, didactic essays, as well as philosophical writings,
legal materials, poetic expressions, and medical manuscripts.
- 'n Genealogiese en historiese perspektief op 'n gedeelte
van die familie Swanepoel in Suid-Afrika (1698-1905)
- Nature du discours sur la fondation de la monarchie sacrée
du Burundi et son organisation politique
- Negotiating Matrimony: Marriage, Divorce,
and Property Allocation Practices in Istanbul, 1755-1840
- Never Quite Settled: Southern Plain Folk on the Move
This thesis explores the settlement of the Mississippi Territory
through the eyes of John Hailes, a Southern yeoman farmer,
from 1813 until his death in 1859. This is a family history.
- O arquivo da Casa das Mouras:
estudo orgânico e sua representação através do modelo sistémico (pdf)
Organice study and subsequent cataloging the archive of Moorish Family Home.
- Os Clãs a Partir do Casal Genearca Manoel Fernandes Penna (1776/77-1841)
& Francisca Luiza de Lima (1788-1857)
- Os Deni do Cuniuá: um estudo do parentesco
This thesis is an ethnographic account of the Deni people, who live
on the River Cuniuá at the Southwest corner of the Amazonas State
and speak a language that belongs to the arawan family.
- Outras famílias do Seridó: genealogias mestiças
no sertão do Rio Grande do Norte (séculos XVIII-XIX)
- Pacifically Possessed: Scientific Production
and Native Hawaiian Critique of the "Almost White" Polynesian Race
- Patronage and Observance:
The Franciscan and Dominican friaries in the Connacht lordships
of Clann Uilliam Uachtair and Clann Uilliam Íochtair, 1350-1550
Connacht Province, Ireland -- Burke family.
- Radio : voice : archive
Drawing upon my experience with the archive of a radio show hosted
by my late grandmother, this essay is a meditation on the nature of archival
inscription, transmission, and reception; on materiality (tapes, scripts, radios)
and immateriality (voice, words, ether); on aural and visual and haptic ways
of knowing; on genealogy, legacy, and loss.
- Recuperación y difusión del Patrimonio Histórico Documental:
análisis de genealogías navales (Murcia, siglos XVIII y XIX)
- Reflections on the construction of a digital family oral history
and its impact on adult learning [Genealogy -- Computer network resources.]
- Repozytorium Uniwersytetu im. Adama Mickiewicza (AMUR): Nekropolie Piastów
To make easier the identification of the rulers, often bearing the same name,
the genealogical charts for every line have been drafted.
- Sacred and contested landscapes: dynamics of natural resource management
by Akha People In Xishuangbanna, Southwest China
Through careful analyses of rich oral texts of their migratory history, genealogies
and rituals, as well as using historical records in Chinese, archaeological evidence,
and ethnographic data, this study traces the history of Akha people,
a Tibeto-Burman speaking group in Zomia, back to their original
homeland Tmqlanr where their ancestors were hunter-gathers.
- Scenario-based design of a digital reminiscing system for older adults
For example many sites allow individuals to share photos (Flickr, Facebook,
Photobucket), movies (YouTube), and small details of their daily lives
(Facebook, Twitter). However, none of these systems were developed
specifically for the support of reminiscence activities, nor do any of them
cater to this type of sharing. Previous research has explored systems that
allow children and elders to develop oral histories (J. B. Ellis & Bruckman, 2001);
that enable community members to construct an online community history
(Carroll, Convertino, Farooq, & Rosson, 2011; Carroll, et al., 2009); and that
support creation of biographies on DVDs to assist elders with declining memories
(K. L. Smith, Crete-Nishihata, Damianakis, Baecker, & Marziali, 2009). However
there is still relatively little known about whether and how older adults might
want to reminisce in a digital environment, particularly in an era when Web 2.0
has greatly expanded options for content generation and authoring.
It is in this context that this study looks at means for digital reminiscing.
- Sephardic Family Life in the Eighteenth-Century British West Indies
- Supporting genealogy data exchange with considerations of Chinese culture
Based on the findings, a genealogy data model is developed for the inclusion
of genealogy metadata information, genealogy basic information
and genealogy spatio-temporal information. An XML schema is
implemented to support the data model and allow easy data exchange.
Reference: [Pao Yue-kong Library PolyU Electronic Theses Database]
- Telling and not-telling: A classic grounded theory of sharing life-stories
This theory may be useful for anyone seeking, sharing,
or contemplating sharing life experiences with others.
- Tenants, Tenures and Transfers: the landholding experience
of rural customary tenants in some Hampshire downland manors, 1645-1705
- That common ground?
Education, marriage and family in middle-class, urban India.
- The City of the Dead for colored people:
Baltimore's Mount Auburn Cemetery, 1807--2012
- The dark matter of tribal belonging:
Genealogical representation and practice in Saudi Arabia.
- The development of a religious identity in women
of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Leeds and Chorley
- The emergence of family law in colonial Taiwan: a genealogical perspective
also: Family Law As A Repository of Volksgeist: The Germany-Japan Genealogy
In the house, the “househead,” representing the authority of the ancestors,
exercised the patrimonial power over the family; in the nation, the Emperor,
representing the authority of the Sun Goddess, exercised the sovereign power
over the nation. Patrimonial power and sovereign power: both are power
whereby the emperor-father protects the children beloved of the ancestors [sic]...
The position of the head of the “house” is that of the authority of the ancestors;
the throne is the place of the Sun Goddess. Parents are ancestors living
in the present; the emperor is the Sun Goddess living in the present.
For the same reason one is filial to his parents and loyal to the throne.
- The Goffal Speaks: Coloured Ideology
and the Perpetuation of a Category in Postcolonial Zimbabwe
Several methods were used in collecting data for this project:
household surveys, genealogies, semi-structured and unstructured
interviews, participant observation and snowball methodology.
- The Makhnos of memory: Mennonite and Makhnovist narratives
of the Russian Civil War, 1917-1921 [The Makhnovists and the Mennonites:
war and peace in the Ukrainian Revolution]
- The making of a legacy: three generations of Drayton family women
and their influences on the landscape of the Lowcountry
and eighteenth and nineteenth century Charleston
- The Mormons in Nazi Germany: History and Memory
This dissertation studies a small American religious group
that survived unscathed during the Third Reich.
- "The Palmy Days of Trade": Anglo-American Culture in Savannah, 1735-1835
Through an analysis of Savannah's pre-eminent merchant family, the Boltons, . . .
- The runaway Scrape: a pivotal event in the Texas Revolutionary adventure
With particular focus on the Runaway Scrape (April, 1836) of the Texas Revolution,
this thesis investigates the contribution of Texas women, children, and elderly
to the growth of a nation and its institutions. The research, namely personal
correspondence, journal entries, newspaper accounts, military records, and
scholarly secondary sources, shifts attention away from historically male
dominated pioneer studies and focuses on the pioneer experience as a family affair.
- The St. David's Island Project: An ethnogenesis in progress
What makes this project most unique is that it is designed to juxtapose
the documentary, oral historical, genealogical, and biological records.
- The Third Generation of an Arriviste Family: William Cecil, Second Earl of Salisbury,
and the Consolidation of Noble Status in Unpropitious and Tumultuous Times
- The threat of history:
Post-apartheid genea-logic and apartheid-generation Afrikaner life chronicles.
- "There Was Somebody Always Dying and Leaving Jackson as Guardian":
The Wards of Andrew Jackson
- Thou need'st not weep, for I have wept full sore:
An affective genealogy of the Armenian lullaby in Turkey.
It traces the affective history accumulated on the lullaby that turns it into
a resource for remembrance, story-telling, and the transmission of a sense of loss.
- Trazando al indio audiovisual: representación, auto-representación y persistencia
Cinematic depiction of the Indian during different periods of Mexican history.
- "True to me": case studies of five middle school students' experiences
with official and unofficial versions of history in a social studies classroom
By using family history projects, teachers can engage students
while helping them learn critical and historical thinking skills.
- ‘Under Our Protection, That of the Church and Their Own’
Papal and Secular Protection of the Families and Properties
the Crusaders Left Behind, c.1095-1226.
Research - Royal Holloway, University of London
- Unknown People: Identity and Oral History of the T'iistsoh Sikaadi
This study explores the lived experiences of members of the Alamo Band
of the Navajo Tribe for evidence of a unique ethnic identity within the Navajo Nation.
- Viaggio nell'Europa di Damião de Góis
Thanks to the recovery of a very often overlooked genealogy
I have reconstructed the past and . . . [The DART-Europe E-theses Portal]
- Voicing the stories of the excluded: Albanian families' history
and heritage making at the crossroads of new and old homes
- Whakapapa membership and post settlement governance entities:
the erosion of whakapapa as the heart of Maori institutions?: [New Zealand]
- "With the quiet sturdy strength of the folk of an older time":
An archaeological approach to time, place-making,
and heritage construction at the Fairbanks House, Dedham, Massachusetts
- YEAR 2012
- A Space to Breathe
Focuses on the idea of reacting to the notion of family history within the human body.
In the works created, paint was used as a tool to describe how one experiences
a memory from an emotional context.
- Abenaki Sociality and the Work of Family History
Particular attention is devoted to the creation of historical facts
and the processes by which aspects of the past become meaningful in the present.
- Adoptierte auf der Suche nach ihrer genealogischen Verwurzelung:
Motive für die Kontaktaufnahme zur leiblichen Familie : eine empirische Studie
Growing up in a home with many objects from the past, I began to take an interest
in my family's past, first speaking with my parents and grandparents, and then
exploring as many old family photographs as I could.
- Capturing the Present, Engaging the Future
Designing a Social History Network in a Digital Age
What makes family stories great is that they are real.
These accounts capture our attention and teach us lessons in layers,
while the most powerful experiences linger in our memories for years.
Stories are easy to share, and become reference points for physical,
emotional, mental, and sometimes spiritual connections in our lives.
- Changing in place : a generational study of a mixed indigenous family in the Okanagan
Genealogy of the McDougalls, whose heritage can be considered to be Scottish, Syilx,
Secwepemc and Métis, evaluating the extent to which their social and kin networks
were shaped by current dominant ideologies.
- Clinical Use of GenPed, an Online Pedigree Tool:
Opinions of Current and Future Healthcare Providers
- Collusive oligopolistic politics:
sedo and the political structure of early-nineteenth-century Chosŏn Korea;
based on some statistical data and extensive research in genealogy records.
- Comtes, vicomtes et noblesse au Nord de l'Aquitaine aux Xe -XI e siècles:
etudes prosopographiques, historiques et constitutionnelles sur le Poitou,
l'Aunis et la Saintonge
- Constructing the Chinese:
Paleoanthropology and Anthropology in the Chinese Frontier, 1920-1950
Chinese ethno-nationalism exploits nativist ancestral claims back to antiquity
to legitimize its geo-political occupation of the entire territory of modern China,
which includes areas where many non-Han people live.
- Created in the image of: Mormonism and the rhetorical production of identity in
privately-published family histories. Qualitative study of seven privately-published
family histories written by descendants of Mormon polygamists.
- Dancing with Chikapesh: (pdf)
An Examination of Eeyou Stories through Three Generations of Storytellers
Reclaiming Cree narratives of my family history; by examining Cree oral tradition.
- Digital Humanities: Envisioning a Collaborative Tool
for Mapping, Evaluating, and Sharing Reconstructed Colonial American Parcel Maps
- Dinastias políticas e poder local : o caso do município de Arcos
Alliances and the social networks of agents and families with political traditions.
- Family History in the Assessment of Risk for Common Complex Diseases:
Current State of Evidence.
- Family Matters
Art has taught me to treasure family history.
- Female adolescence in the Cairo Geniza documents
Reference: The Friedberg Genizah Project These manuscripts outline a 1,000-year
continuum of Middle-Eastern history and comprise the largest and most diverse
collection of medieval manuscripts in the world. The Genizah can be described
as one of the greatest Jewish treasures ever found.
- Exploring Genealogical Roots and Family History
and their Influence on College Student Development:
A Qualitative Study [Literature Review - 891.pdf]
- Faceless women:
Celtic, Germanic and Celtiberian women, 400 B.C.-A.D. 400. | History On-line
- Five miles: from Dutch Creek and back again
In the late winter of 2012, I set out to collect a series of stories
from my grandparents, primarily my grandfather.
- From family albums to global search engines:
translating family photographs for the digital age
- From gravestones to Google:
Impact of internet adoption on genealogists' information and communication
behaviors. The findings and their implications for library and information science
(LIS) practitioners such as archivists and librarians, as well as for LIS educators
and online genealogy resource developers, are discussed.
- Go West for a Wife: Family Farming in West Central Scotland 1850-1930
Through a small set of family labour farms, and the families associated
with them, the thesis takes a grassroots approach to exploring the pattern
of life on the farms of the Region.
- Hasard, coïncidence, prédestination...
et s'il fallait plutôt regarder du côté de nos aïeux ?: analyse démographique
et historique des réseaux généalogiques et des structures familiales
des patients atteints de mucoviscidose en Bretagne
- He Māori, He Turi, He Turi, He Māori
Advancing the aspirations of Māori Deaf with their indigenous Connections:
A case study
An Examination of Value, Family History and Personal Identity.
- Hugh de Lacy and the earldom of Ulster. | History On-line
- It’s Wraylynn – With A W:
Distinctive Mormon Naming Practices.
- Kindred journeys:
a historical primer documenting the genealogical trail of the Blokh and Zalomek families
- Kua Hiri Mai Te Rā -
A journey of self identification for the descendants of Ngāti Rāhiri ki Taranaki
- Land and genealogy of `Ioleka`a : mapping an indigenous identity (pdf)
- Learning from e-family history:
[Learning from e-family history: a model of online family historian research behaviour]
Online research behaviour and strategies of family historians and implications
for local studies collections. Through three central foci (users, e-family history
resources, and Local Studies Collections), this research investigates these resources
and collections from the perspective of users, to establish how to make
the added value of the local studies collections more visible and encourage
increased engagement for those who cannot visit collections in person.
Learning from e-family history:
- e-family history
- Electronic resources
- Library websites
- Local studies
- Online family history
- Online local studies materials
- Research behaviour
- Les Chevaliers de l'Odre de Malte de la "Vénérable langue d'Auvergne",
du XVIIème au XVIIIème siècle études à travers un corpus d'arbres généalogiques
- Leviathan or paper tiger: state making in the Himalayas, 1740-1900
Nepali state did not grow by focusing on military power but by the intertwined
strategies of literary and religious patronage, the creation of genealogies
and legal codes and the politicization of ritual and rank;
which rested on the successful management of marriage relations.
- Marriage and family in Gregory of Tours. | History On-line
- Narrative Inheritance: The facts and fictions that shape our lives.
Comport family. The purpose of this thesis is to explore the powerful impulse
that drives people of all backgrounds to research their family of origin.
- Nostell Priory: history of a house, 1730-85.
- Performing Nostalgia: Body, Memory, and the Aesthetics of Past-Home
Study of African American nostalgia for Africa uses genealogical inquiry, personal
and autoethnographic narrative, and performance theories and practices.
- Pleasure, politics, and piety : the artistic patronage of Marie de Brabant
Taking the form of manuscript illumination, sculpture, stained glass, and architecture,
as well as literature, music, science, history, genealogy, ritual, and finery, Marie’s
patronage set a trend for courtly consumption for the remainder of the medieval period.
- (Re)Collections: Photography, Memory, and Forgetting
Research on traditional and counter memorials
to explore the dichotomy of remembering and forgetting.
- Religion & society: the emergence of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
in the Staffordshire region, 1839-70. | History On-line
- Ritual in the making: critical exploration of ritual in Te Whare Pora
Three specific whenu (threads) of Iho/Aho Matua (Māori Philosophy):
Whakapapa (genealogy), Whanaungatanga (kinship),
and Karakia (invocation) form the base from which this investigation occurs.
- Scalable Path-Based Computations on Pedigree Data
In medical genetics and genetic counseling,
genealogy information is becoming increasingly abundant.
- Silence and Voices:
Family History and Memorialization in Intergenerational Holocaust Literature.
- Statistical Issues in Modelling the Ancestry from Y-Chromosome and Surname Data
A considerable industry has grown-up around genealogical inference
from genetic testing, supplementing more traditional genealogical techniques
but with very limited quantification of uncertainty.
- Tasteful consumption:
Huizhou salt merchants and material culture in eighteenth-century China.
New scholarship on the rise of merchants in late imperial China,
including expensive genealogies.
- The 1259 Pipe Roll (pdf)
- The Phoenician Trace Network: Tracing a Mediterranean Exchange System
The Phoenicians were known as artisans, merchants, and seafarers
by the 10th century B.C.E. A major factor that aided their success
was the establishment of colonies along the Mediterranean and eastern
Atlantic coasts. These colonies, established by the eighth century B.C.E.,
supplied valuable raw materials to the major Phoenician cities in the Levant,
while also providing additional markets abroad. This network involved both
direct and indirect exchange of raw and finished products, people, as well
as political and cultural ideas. Native peoples they interacted with provided
valuable goods, especially metals, which were sent east to supply th
Near Eastern Markets. Ultimately, the network collapsed in the sixth century
B.C.E. allowing other powers such as the Romans, Carthaginians, and Greeks
to replace them as the dominant merchants of the Mediterranean.
- The Transmission of the Pyramid Texts of Nut
analysis of their distribution and role in the Old and Middle Kingdoms.
Transmission of the series of Pyramid Texts of Nut by examining
its textual variations (errors and differences) and genealogical relationships.
- The World of the Blaskovich. The History and Lifestyle of a Gentry Family
from the Beginning of the 18th Century to the Middle of the 20th Century.
- To the root:
adopted memoirs of a Samoan princess in exile
Hybrid of nonfiction genres, and follows a narrator as she attempts
to piece together past and present memories and meditations
about family history, travel, and the idea of home.
- Virtual Legacies: Genealogy, the Internet, and Jewish Identity
Narratives on Jewish genealogical research Web sites, cyber-shtetls,
and personal genealogy Web sites and blogs reveal constructions
of Jewish identity that have never before been articulated
as viable options for forming Jewish communities.
- Wandering labourers:
the Irish and mining throughout the United States, 1845-1920. | History On-line
- Why not marry them?: history, essentialism and the condition
of slave descendants among the southern Betsileo (Madagascar)
- 'X' marks the spot: the history and historiography of Coleshill House, Berkshire.
- Zukunft wächst aus Herkunft :
Adoptierte auf der Suche nach ihrer genealogischen Verwurzelung;
empirische Untersuchung zur Motivation erwachsener Adoptierter
für die Kontaktaufnahme zu ihrer leiblichen Familie, sowie der Identitäts-
und Bindungsproblematik in diesem Kontext
[Future grows out of Origin: adoptees looking for their genealogical roots.]
- YEAR 2011
- A Great Sacrifice:
Northern Black Families and Their Civil War Experiences
- A presença portuguesa no processo de formação das cidades
do Brasil Meridional: a questão da origem açoriana de Triunfo - RS
Origin and formation of Portuguese colonial cities, in the south of Brazil,
during the 18th century; through the genealogy of the first families registered
in the ancient parish of Triunfo, the relation of influence of the first colonist's
regions of origin, identifying the possible specificities.
- Archives Use of Social Media to Develop Connections with Family Historians
Provides three detailed instances of its use
to illustrate how archives can make these connections.
- Beyond the Rancho:
Four Generations of del Valle Women in southern California, 1830--1940
Through an examination of four generations of women (1830-1940),
this dissertation asserts that the del Valles drew on the resources of
friendships and family to maintain their land, Rancho Camulos,
and thus their stakes in southern California society.
- Bioarchaeological Investigations of Community and Identity
at the Avondale Burial Place (McArthur Cemetery), Bibb County, Georgia
- Chasing the lions:
An autobiographical exploration into cultural translation,
cultural transfer and identity formation
- Cloud Shadows
Five creative nonfiction essays weave memoir, family history, and regional history
of the Moore property, now inside the city limits of Twin Falls, farmed
for three generations by members of the author's family.
- Dans l'ordre des choses:
Saint-Martin-Vésubie au temps des notables, XVIe-XIXe siècles
Familles et patrimoines à Saint-Martin-Vésubie, XVIe-XIXe siècles.
- Designing a Griotte for the Global Village:
Increasing the Evidentiary Value of Oral Histories for Use in Digital Libraries
Griotte is an interdisciplinary project that seeks to foster collaboration
between tradition bearers, subject experts, and computer specialists
in an effort to build high quality digital oral history collections.
- Distance Generation: Postmemory and the Creation of New Family Histories
Explores the `creative' process of postmemory in relation to family photographs,
story telling, the absence of memory, and the subsequent construction
of new and elastic family histories.
- Eilardus Westerlo (1738-1790): from colonial dominee to American pastor
External direct links at: Eilardus Westerlo
- Eina personal de recollida de dades genealògiques
Has objective of helping genealogists to plan and carry out information searches.
- Elite migration, transnational families, and the Nation State:
international marriages between Finns and Americans
across the Atlantic in the twentieth century.
- Ethnic Identity: The Cambodian Experience
The most influential factor in determining how these individuals feel
about their "Cambodian-ness" was determine by their knowledge
about Cambodian history and their family background.
- Exploring Familial Themes in Malaysian Students' Eating Behaviors
Six themes were identified in this study; “family plays an important role,”
“family mealtimes,” parental preferences and decision-making,
parental advice, “lasting habits,” and culture and family history.
- Exploring Self and Cultural Identities through an Interdisciplinary Model
of Art Education an Illustrated Case Study and Heuristic Inquiry
- Gaelic place-names and the social history
of Gaelic speakers in Medieval Menteith (pdf)
- Grandmothers as surrogate parents:
a phenomenological study
- He kākano i ruia mai i hea? : Kāwera : rekindling the home fires
My tipuna (ancestor), Wiramina Ngāhuka was an expert witness
in terms of whakapapa and land sites, and well-known for her skills
as a historian, as the holder of whakapapa that spans back to pre Ngāti Kahungunu.
- Helping older adults tell their stories:
turning memories into legacy
- Hofjuden und Kulturbürger: die Geschichte der Familie Itzig in Berlin
The Itzig Jewish family transformation in Prussia,
over five generations, late 18th and early 19 Century.
- Hypertext Epitaphs: The Digitization of Police Memorials & Funerary Writing
Interrogates the place of the slain police officer in the genealogy of “hero”
obituaries from early post-Revolutionary War America to the present.
- Imagining Glace Bay: An Exploration of Family, History and Place
Within these pages stories are used to explore my family’s present and past;
migration, settlement, memory, experience and connection to place –
Glace Bay, a village on Cape Breton Island.
- In the Presence of the Past:
‘Third Generation’ Germans and the Cultural Memory of National Socialism
and the Holocaust. This empirical study is based on interviews with 26
grandchildren of Nazi perpetrators, followers and Wehrmacht soldiers
and examines how they remember their Nazi family histories
and the Holocaust and the Third Reich more generally.
- Irish Return Migration From America
at the Turn of the Nineteenth Century, 1890-1920 (pdf)
- Jewish immigrant communities in Ohio : a microcosm of early 20th century America
Jewish immigrants to Ohio cities developed their own communities
consisting of small business, social activism and a complex relationship
among German and East European Jews.
- Les Heu, une famille patricienne de Metz au Moyen-Age (XIVe-XVIe siècle)
How a family “foreigner” reaches, within two generations, to become some of
the most important families of Metz and to take a rank among the urban patriciat.
- Lightless Mornings: A Fine Legacy
Convict leasing in Alabama; inheritance, economics, power,
privilege, race, class, geography, history, family, and identity.
- Looking Back:
An Examination of Family Archives.
- Markov chain Monte Carlo sampling
of gene genealogies conditional on observed genetic data
The variation observed in genes in the human genome is a result of stochastic
evolutionary processes such as mutation and recombination acting over time.
However, the time scale for genealogical trees is on the order of tens of thousands
of years, and there is therefore no way to know the true underlying tree
for a random sample of genes from a population.
- Merchants and family business in San Luis Potosí, México:
the signs of an economic upsurge, 1820-1846
Properties and businesses of the Gordoas,
a Mexican provincial family in San Luis Potosi and Zacatecas.
- Nā Mo'okū'auhau Holowa'a:
Native Hawaiian women's stories of the voyaging canoe Hōkūle'a
- Nightmares of Rural Life:
Fearing the future in the transition from country life to the family farm, 1890--1960
- Nuevas Narrativas: Translation of Family History
Family histories are hard to pass on when the native language
of one's culture is no longer passed on to the next generation.
- Passing on the legacy:
Relevance of historical family narrative
in motivating student efficacy and inspiring learning
A Structured Space-efficient Technique for Pedigree Visualization
- Preserving Manchu Tradition with Chinese Culture:
The Banner People's Kinship Organizations (1644--1911)
It examines the Qing legal codes and official histories
as well as the banner people's private works,
in particular their genealogical records, to explore
four different yet correlated family activities:
the selection of clan heads, the inheritance of hereditary positions,
the compilations of genealogical records, and the adoption of heirs.
- Race, Place, and Family: Narratives of the Civil Rights Movement
in Brownsville, Tennessee, and the Nation [DATA_1.pdf]
This study, based on archival research and oral histories, chronicles
three generations of citizens affiliated with the NAACP whose translocal
civil rights struggles include both the South and urban North.
- Repositori de genealogistes: qui, que, on, quan
Eina Permet web-als are informats genealogistes mantenir on altres Investigacions.
- Storytelling, family history, and cultural legacy
Literature and Writing Studies.
- The agrarian economy of Romney Marsh and its hinterland,
with special reference to the Knatchbull estate, c.1730-90.
- The Mouse Who Would be King: Innovating Tradition in the State of Chamba
The mountain kingdom of Chamba in Himachal Pradesh is believed to be one
of the oldest kingdoms in continuous existence in India, from its putative foundation
in the sixth century until the 20th century. The basis of this contention
is the genealogical roll of the ruling family.
- "The Perrin collection: History, fashion, and art in nineteenth-century"
- The religious elite of the early Islamic Ḥijāz:
five prosopographical case studies
- The Shippens of Philadelphia: Quaker oats that were never sowed
Greed and a changing world led to the abandonment
of Quakerism by many Quakers in the 17th century.
- The tornado tree: drawing on stories and storybooks
Some cultures passed on their histories and important events
through oral narration, papyrus, or cathedral stained glass windows.
- Traces of existence
Exploration, partially borne of the love of genealogical research
translated into visual art by exploring the things my ancestors touched.
- Use of family history to improve risk prediction in clinical care:
colorectal cancer as an example
- Variation i kvinnors namnfraser i officiella dokument i Helsingfors 1780-1930:
Socioonomastiska synvinklar på makt och identitet
- Von der Kunst des sozialen Aufstiegs : Statusaffirmation und Kunstpatronage
der venezianischen Papstfamilie Rezzonico
- Web de buidatges de llibres genealògics
Create a web application that allows the management,
storage and emptying Genealogy query.
- YEAR 2010
- A grounded theory study of the effectiveness of transformational
leadership in training volunteer missionaries
From firsthand interviews with the volunteer missionaries at
the Family History Library / FamilySearch in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- A Place of origin
Forgotten or lost memory and the importance that my heritage
and the legacy of my family has upon me.
- Adopted Genealogies: Identity in Adoptee Heritage Camps
Adoptee heritage camps are summer camps designed for Korean adoptees
and their adoptive parents, with the stated purpose of reconnecting adoptees
to their birth culture. The camps engage adopted children in cultural activities
such as Korean crafts and sports, with the underlying assumption that such
exposure is critical to adoptees' sense of identity and wholeness.
- All this dies with us:
the decline and revision of a Mestizo Gentry (Chumbivilcas, Cuzco, Peru)
Vestigial community held loosely together
by shared family histories and cultural interests.
- American African
Story of my maternal line of Ancestry dating back
to my great- great grandmother, Mary Patmon,
who lived on a Native American land reservation
located in Crescent, Oklahoma.
- Ancestors, Avotaynu, Roots: An Inquiry into American Genealogy Discourse
An inquiry into the genealogical assumption, the cultural notion
that "who you are" is tied to who your ancestors were and that genealogy
and family history will provide knowledge of that bond.
- Andrea and me:
A digital autoethnographic journey into the past
- Automatic Extraction From and Reasoning About Genealogical Records:
- Between spaces, holes, and absences
My hope is that the work simultaneously brings to life the motionless faces
of my ancestors while emphasizing the gap between what is tangibly known
and what can only be imagined about the past.
- Cochranes in context: a case study of Scotland and the British Empire
- Com afecta la legislació actual a la feina del genealogista?
The project is to clearly define the main tasks or activities for a genealogist
(as well as identifying the main sources of information used in these tasks
or activities, resources used in daily life, the people he has relationships,
social difficulties, personal, legal, etc., where you can find the genealogist
to do their job) to identify and then analyze which aspects of these activities
may be affected by current laws. This results in the end what we call
a "manual genealogist good" or "good practices manual for the genealogist."
- Conversor de dades genealògiques a GEDCOM
Genealogy - Computer programs GEDCOM
- Data mining techniques on historical image databases
It has been shown that advanced computing tools can help historians
and genealogists better analyze historical documents. While a large number
of the work in this area has been focused on historical texts, in this thesis,
we develop novel classifiers that help analyze historical manuscripts of images.
- Die Reisperger : eine genealogische Untersuchung: Die Reisperger (pdf)
- Disseny d'una base de dades d'informació genealògica
Designing a database of genealogical information. (also listed in year 2008]
- Ephemera: investigations of nature and nurture through glass
I am particularly interested in the impact of the family system
on the individual identity. In an effort to explore these issues,
I have created a body of work that explores my own genealogy
as well as my own nature through glass sculpture, incorporating
family photographs and found objects.
- Epic of "Karnamag i Ardaxsir i Pabagan", and the late Sasanian period
It is suggested, based on linguistic and stylistic reasons that the text
was composed approximately 300 years after the time of Ardaxsir I
himself (224-240 CE). Further discussions on the depiction of the royal
genealogy of Ardaxsir and his successors conclude that the forging
of a new lineage for the founder of the dynasty served to strengthen
the claims of sixth century kings to legitimate rule.
- Essai de construction d'un espace princier:
l'exemple des Rorgonides dans le monde franc puis dans le royaume
de France et ses marges (vers 600-vers 1060) By using anthroponomastics
and matrimonial rules in order to reconstruct the family connections,
Rorgonids' genealogy and social background are better known.
- Ethnohistoire de Anaa un atoll des Tuamotu
Traditional corpus of Paea a Avehe (an indgenous born in 1889)
which provides unpublished data (myths, sacred songs, genealogies,
place names...) collected by F. Stimson in the thirties.
- Family reunion
Examines notions of family heritage, collection,
and intimacy through the use of photographic portraiture.
- Female Book Owners in the Valois Courts, 1350--1550:
Devotional Manuscripts as Vehicles for Self-Definition
An examination of the books owned by noblewomen from the Valois Courts.
These women often married into noble families from regions far from their
native lands. When they arrived at their new homes, they brought their own
customs, knowledge of artistic styles, and aesthetic sensibilities, which affected
book production in western Europe. Appendices 1-7 show the complexity
of relationships between nobles from Burgundy, France, Spain and England
or eleven generations, and include all of the individuals discussed in this dissertation.
These charts reveal the matrilineal connections between generations and include
many women who do not appear on ancestral charts in other studies of the late
medieval nobility in northern Europe. As demonstrated in the charts, marriages
could result in the solidification of certain regions within a generation, causing
genealogical ramifications in subsequent generations. This ancestral web shows
the mobility of women in western Europe in the late Middle Ages, resulting in their
desire to preserve some of their childhood traditions through commissions
of devotional manuscripts; in order to preserve the cultural traditions of their families.
- Fighting for family:
French kin networks and the American revolution in the Illinois country, 1780-1781
Drawing on connections between family members around Fort St. Joseph
and those in St. Louis, "Fighting for Family" proves that the widely-dispersed
residents of French descent-people without a country-used family ties
to impact political events on their frontier in the 1780s.
- Founding Chestnut Ridge:
the origins of central West Virginia's multiracial community
Nature of racial ambiguity and identity construction
in an early American frontier settlement.
- From patrilects to performatives:
Linguistic exogamy and language shift in the Northwest Amazon
Drawing on genealogical data documenting continuing clan exogamy
under conditions of widespread language shift from Eastern Tukanoan
languages to Tukano, it is shown that differences between patrilineally-transmitted
languages (i.e. patrilectal variation) are not a necessary condition of marriageability,
but rather that patrilectal differentiation is laminated upon clan difference, with
genealogical reckoning remaining the essential basis of social group membership.
- Genealogy as theatre of self-identity:
a study of genealogy as a cultural practice within Britain since c. 1850 (pdf)
- Genealogy, Circumcision, and Conversion in Early Judaism and Christianity
Further attention to a definition of Jewishness that was based
on genealogical descent has broader implications for understanding
the variegated nature of early Christian mission to the Gentiles.
- Hard looking: a historical ethnography of photographic encounters
with Aboriginal families in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands, Western Australia
- Herrschaft und Memoria: die Wettiner und ihre Hausklöster im Mittelalter
Domination and Memoria - The House of Wettin and their monasteries
in the Middle Ages; establishment and equipment by members of a noble family,
the accommodation of the founders tomb and the care of the soul memory
and the genealogical traditions of the founding family;
includes an appendix with eight genealogical tables.
- How valid is it to speak of an 'Irish-Palatine' identity?
Immigrants: Welcome to the Irish Palatine Association
- In their own words:
locating generations of women in an Australian family, 1846 to 1990
Examines selected texts across several generations in one middle-class
Australian family to retrieve histories of so-called ordinary women
whose lives are often invisible in mainstream history.
- Jewish identity between "religion" and "race" in Shaare Tefila Congregation v. Cobb
United States Supreme Court granted race-based protection to Jewish Americans
for the first time, a landmark in Jewish American history.
- Les Albret : l'ascension d'un lignage gascon, XIe siècle-1360
This year the 400th anniversary of the death of Henry IV of France
is being commemorated. He was first of all Duke of Albret and King of Navarre
through his mother, Jeanne d'Albret. This volume is devoted to the first stages
of the exceptional destiny that was the lot of his ancestors,
small lords of the Grande Lande, natives of Labrit.
- Les Crespin : seigneurs sur les marches de la Normandie (1025-1310)
- Les sires d'Oricourt : étude d"un lignage et d'une famille : XIIe-début XVIIIe siècle
The lords of Orlcourt; study of a lineage and a family twelfth-early eighteenth century.
- Modelización de fuentes documentales civiles de interés genelaógico
Computer information systems - Databases - Genealogy.
- Myth, memory and multiculturalism:
informing cultural identity through genealogical pursuit [also published 2012]
I noted fifteen primary findings including the following:
(1) participants need to know their ancestors beyond a list of names and dates,
(2) participants need to find and understand their ancestors' stories,
(3) participants learn something about themselves through ancestral stories,
(4) participants learn about generational family choices through ancestral stories,
(5) participants seek a connection to their multiple diversities,
(6) cultural identity is found in the combination of our birth,
our socialization and our free will,
(7) cultural identity is found in our socialization,
(8) cultural identity is found in our family traditions,
(9) cultural identity is found in our connection to a particular cultural group,
(10) cultural identity is found in our tangible connection to our culture,
(11) cultural identity is found in a melding of many cultural groups,
(12) cultural identity is found in our nationalistic pride and ethnocentrism,
(13) cultural identity is found in our particular genealogy,
(14) cultural identity is found in our connection to ancestral places, and
(15) finding and embracing cultural identity is a personal journey for participants.
- Networks in negotiation:
The role of family and kinship in intercultural diplomacy
on the trans-Appalachian frontier, 1680--1840 [Whole_Draft_w_pics.pdf]
- Opportunity in the Atlantic world:
the Wentworths of Bermuda, 1618-1684
- Preservation and growth strategies for the Randolph County archives of oral history:
using the oral history evaluation guidelines to improve a pre-existing program
- Quakers on the Hoosier frontier: a diachronic perspective on the archaeology
of Huddleston House, a nineteenth century Indiana farmstead
Archaeological evidence from the Huddleston House farmstead,
in Wayne County, Indiana. Four generations of Huddleston families
called the farmstead their home.
- QuiQueQuanOn investiga en genealogia
Understanding genealogy as a hobby, is a field that is expanding and currently
is the second largest hobby in the U.S. has the most popularity,
and in our society people are increasingly interested in their origins.
- Someday, when I lived in Frost
Part memoir, part family history, the essays explore the complex relationships
between family members living 100 miles and a world apart.
- Studien zu Genealogie, Biographie und Werk von Joseph Willibald Michl (1745-1816)
By means of new sources this study researches
the genealogy, biography and work of Michl.
- The darling strangers and English appetites:
Technology transfer and European cultural barriers in the early modern Atlantic World
- The Relationship Between Identity Development and Family History Knowledge
Late adolescent's personal exploration of and commitment to roles and values
may be influenced by knowledge of parent and grandparent histories.
- The Weller's whaling station:
the social and economic formation of an Otakou community, 1817-1850
- 'Till we have built Jerusalem': Mormonism and the making of a Lancashire 'Zion'
British Mormonism within the region where it first took root - Lancashire and the English
North West; time period of 1837-1998; through examination of primary sources retained
at the LDS Church Archives and Family History Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
- Tracing Melungeon roots in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and Tennessee
Blue Ridge Mountains biography and genealogy.
- Tradition, Legitimation und Repräsentation: isländische Genealogien im Hochmittelalter
Icelandic genealogies in the High Middle Ages.
- Trespassers in time: genealogists and microhistorians
This dissertation reviews various types of historical research methodologies
toward learning if any particular one is most suited to enhance the work
of the genealogist. The philosophy and method of microhistory
appear to be most in agreement with those of genealogy.
- You Told Me – work stories and video essays / verkberättelser och videoessäer
A work story is a written or oral narrative about the forming of materials,
immaterial units, situations, relations, and social practices that constitutes,
or leads to, an artwork.
- Visualitzador geogràfic d'informació d'avantpassats
Genealogy - Computer programs; display geographic information from ancestors.
- Xi er ke ji he gen sheng ming xu shi zhong de zi wo shu shuo =
Telling the Self in Leslie Marmon Silko's and Linda Hogan's Life Narratives
- YEAR 2009
- A genealogical history of the Langford and Cain families
Biographical information about her parents in Laurens, S.C.,
and birth and death dates and other information about her Cain
and Langford family ancestors from the 18th and 19th centuries.
- A little more than kin:
regional affiliation and group identity among Aboriginal migrants in Melbourne
Numbers and distribution of Aborigines in Victoria; age and sex structure;
history of Government policy and administration; social change, genealogies,
migration, detailed histories of reserves and stations; education, welfare;
marriage according to old laws; native ideas on mixed marriages.
- Algoritmos de inferencia:
una aplicación a la búsqueda de patrones ancestrales
- Amische Mennoniten in Bayern von der Einwanderung ab 1802/03
bis zur Auflösung der amischen Gemeinden Ende
des 19. und Anfang des 20. Jahrhunderts
- Anpassning, förhandling, motstaand : kvinnliga aktörer i släkten Fleming 1470-1620
Through trial documents, private letters,
financial documents, and a variety of other sources.
- At My Mother's Table:
Migration, (Re)production and Return Between Hadchit, North Lebanon and Sydney
Through an examination of the construction of homeliness amongst an immigrant
community of 500 households from the village of Hadchit, North Lebanon, who reside
in Western Sydney, Australia it will be shown how their strategies of home-building
depend upon the capacity to imagine themselves as being united by kinship.
- Bastardy, marriage and discourse: Familiar informality in Barranquilla, 1880--1930
Research was made of family records from parishes, city and national archives,
and sociological analysis on Colombia Caribbean coast.
- Bill Barrows
Oral Histories and the Portland Brownstone Quarries.
- Biologische Abstammung als Maßstab rechtlicher Zuordnung?:
eine rechtsvergleichende Betrachtung des Abstammungsrechts
in Deutschland und der Schweiz
Against the backdrop of modern techniques of medically assisted reproduction,
the right lineage is facing new challenges. Comprehensive view
of the ancestral rights in Germany and Switzerland.
- Blueprints : a brief family history
Hoff family; Kirch family.
- Buddhist revival in Mongolia
and the genealogical concerns of the state, family, and individual
- Caring for Orphans in the Pilgrim Wesleyan Church of Zambia
The Central Statistical Office (CSO) estimates that 1,147,614 children
had lost one or both parents in Zambia, my beloved homeland, by 2004.
The figure was expected to rise to 1,302,307 by the end of 2008.
- Codex Zouche-Nuttall pages 1-41 : narrative structure, contents, and chronologies
Concise examination of the complete obverse manuscript (document 1)
of the pre-Hispanic pictogram screen-fold painted by the Mixtec Indians of Oaxaca.
[Mixtec writing include biographies of rulers and other influential figures,
records of elite family trees, mythologies, and accounts of ceremonies.]
- Conception d'algorithmes probabilistes pour l'estimation
des génotypes d'un corpus de généalogie par chaînes de Markov
Indeed, the laws of transmission of genes are such that it is rarely
possible to obtain a genotype for some ancestor, at best it is possible
to obtain an estimate of the probability law of ancestral genotypes.
- Creating oral histories: from the lower palatinate to Virginia -
a family history
- Der Rittersitz zu Dettelsau im hohen und späten Mittelalter.
Studien zu Besitz und Genealogie im fränkischen Niederadel
Collected all pieces of relevant historic evidence for the clan von Vestenberg /
von Haslach residing here and put together an outline of this clan’s genealogy;
from the middle of the 14th century the Vestenberg clan was replaced
by the family of Seckendorff-Nold as barons of Dettelsau; since 1518
the knight’s fief was owned by Sebastian von Eyb,
whose descendants still are owner and live on the property.
- Die Sanjïra des Togolok Moldo (1860-1942)
Kyrgyz -- Genealogy.
- Die "von Oppenkowskis":
eine ermländische Adelsfamilie auf ihrem Weg zur eigenen Identität
The "von Oppen Kowski" noble family.
- Early Greek kinship
Early Greek genealogies are usually linear and descendent-focused
or tendrilled and ancestor-focused, and include sections of story-telling
that are an integral part of the descent information.
- Enterprising family:
a history of the Williams family of Goldworth Farm, Villa Rica, Georgia
Documents and interprets the historical John Worth and Caldonia Williams Farm.
- Ephemeral Material: Developing a Critical Archival Practice
Considers how archives function, and what they mean, beyond their role
as repositories for historic records; others – particularly those invested
in genetic genealogical research –call upon them in order
to make claims about origin and identity.
- Estudi d'us d'eines de Genealogia
Genealogy -- Computer programs -- Evaluation.
- Fragmentation and restoration:
generational legacies of 21st century Māori
- French Families, Paper Facts: Genetics, Writing, and Intimate Histories.
Catholic Church mandated personal data record-taking during the Counter-Reformation
and, as a result, historically Catholic European countries and their numerous African,
Asian, and American colonies have some of the most comprehensive catalogues
of historic birth and marriage information in the world.
- From cultural traditions to national trends:
the transition of domestic Mormon architecture in Cache Valley, Utah, 1860--1915
The first permanent settlement in Cache Valley, Wellsville, provides a particularly
lucrative opportunity to discover a great deal about the founding pioneers who
established it due to the city's time and place within the context of Mormon
colonization, the plethora of original domiciles that remain standing, and
the wealth of genealogical documents that still exist in the community
shedding light on the lives and skills of the community's original craftsmen.
- Genealogical pursuit and relationship with family functioning
The nature of genealogists, and how doing genealogy may affect family relationships;
family “secrets”, how they affect the genealogical search,
and how their uncovering might affect family members.
- Genealogical Research, Ancestry.com, and Archives
Survey participants continue to visit archival repositories to receive help
from staff and to access original records and records not available online.
Thus, while Ancestry.com has made genealogical research easier, it has
not replaced the need to visit archives for the participants in the survey.
- Généalogies et histoire de Tahiti et des îles de la Société:
de prestigieuses lignées d'arii [published 2013]
- Genealogy and Generativity in Older Adults (pdf)
A Social Work 298 Special Project Presented to the Faculty
of the College of Social Work San José State University
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Social Work
The purpose of my quantitative and qualitative study was to investigate
the correlation between older adult participation in genealogy and Erikson’s theory
of generativity. Specifically, do age and gender of genealogists, and length
of involvement in genealogy and controlling for marital status, number of children,
and race/ethnicity, predict levels of generativity. This research identified
the cognitive, psychological and social benefits of genealogy for those
who participate. I not only identified an opportunity for further research,
but my findings illustrate the usefulness of genealogy as a tool for working
with the increasing population of older adults, as well as other marginalized
and disenfranchised groups. Specifically, my study’s findings provides the field
of social work with a psychosocial framework by which to design and implement
programs for older adults and other marginalized disenfranchised that integrate
genealogy either at an individual or group level. Legacy, closely related to
immortality, is leaving something to remind the next generation of the individual
and their life. To have lived a life that matters, and to leave an object such as
a written family history to the next generation, is related to the generative
benefit of promoting the psychosocial well-being of society and of the individual.
The desire to be remembered by future generations is a powerful draw for
individuals to participate in genealogy. Though literature exists exploring
reasons why individuals participate in genealogy, little research has specifically
analyzed why older adults pursue genealogy, and only Drake’s “Successful aging:
Investment in genealogy as a function of generativity, mobility and sense of place”
(2001) examined the association between genealogy and generativity.
This research reduces the gap in current literature between studies that
examined why individuals participate in genealogy (Bishop, 2008; Fulkerson, 1995;
Fulton, 2005; Greenberg, 1982; Lambert, 1996, 2002, 2003, 2006; Taylor, 1982)
and the more specific question of the relationship between genealogy
and generativity in older adults. As well as reducing the gap in current literature,
my research is important for its potential to expand society’s cultural knowledge
through the promotion of genealogical activities that promote a transcultural
perspective. Miller (2007) found that utilizing family history and family history
research enabled low-income, first generation undergraduate students to
“build a sense of their socio-historical family history” (p. 39), which expanded
their teacher’s knowledge and insight of what their students bring to the classroom.
Thus, expanding our cultural knowledge will allow for a greater level
of postionality through increased cultural competency.
- I'm not Dominican, I don't speak Spanish:
an ethnographic study of my Dominican bloodline
- Kinship and belonging in the 'land of strangers':
an ethnography of Caithness, North Scotland.
- Ko Te Papa kōrero mō Te Aupōuri =
Three generations walking through the whenua
- La descendencia de Huayna Cápac
Offspring of Inca Quito, whose family ties originated a civil war that divided the empire,
thus preventing joint action and survival at the time of the Spanish Conquest.
- La Lettre de Julius Africanus à Aristide sur la généalogie du Christ:
analyse de la tradition textuelle, édition enrichie d'un fragment inédit,
traduction et étude critique
The main focus of the investigation is on the letter to Aristides
on Christ's genealogy (Mt 1:1-17; Lk 3:23-38).
- La Maison de Smolensk:
recherches sur une dynastie de princes du Moyen Age russe (1125-1404)
Princely house of Smolensk forms a dynasty, whose members shared
a common genealogical origin (they stem from Prince Vladimir Monomakh
and his son Mstislav the Great) and a territorial implantation in Smolensk,
a city today located in Western Russia. On the basis of all the available sources,
I attempted to build a prosopography of all the princes, followed by a study
of the family traditions (onomastics and local cults), of their implantation
in Smolensk and their others areas of action; dynasty's political history.
- La relation aux défunts chez les Vietnamiens de France:
réinterprétation du Culte des ancêtres dans le bouddhisme populaire
By assuming responsibility for the issue of death -that is a fundamental feature
of Vietnamese culture- the Buddhistic institution gives to families an opportunity
for ensuring cultural continuity. Since in France family genealogy is partially
depreciated, people strongly feel a need for other symbolic resources which
would allow them to transmit their cultural heritage, and it seems that the Buddhistic
institution is able to play that role. The pagoda provides family members with a place
to join together and to honor their deceased, which reinforces their sense of identity
and brings them an eschatological security.
- Learning that I belong:
Establishing a link between Midwestern Chicanos and Mesoamerican communities
- Les Makina du Gabon: une anthropologie des rythmes de la transformation ethnique
Study of the historical, linguistic and anthropological transformations of the Makina,
an ethnic group of Northern and Eastern Gabon. These transformations are referred
to the change, during the last century, of the original ethnonym as well as that of the
language, of matrimonial rules, and finally of clan and person naming.
81 genealogical diagrams and over 747 individual data collected on fieldwork.
- Les réseaux culturels de la reine Marie Leszczyńska à la cour de Versailles.
La vie musicale de la reine
The first part concerns the genealogy of the Leszczyński house
and the cultural traditions of the family passed down from
generation to generation from the 16th to the 18th century.
- Les sources relatives à la seigneurie de Béthune, du XIe siècle à l'entrée
dans le comté de Flandre: structuration et exploitation informatiques
The XML meta-language was the ideal solution for formatting a corpus
and its future transformations thanks to the principle of interoperability,
while respecting the semantics of the elements from the XML and XHTML
for the organization and publication of texts on the web, as well as various
media. Historically, starting from the Genealogical History of the House
of Bethune Andre Duchesne, published in 1639, as well as a strong base
prosopographical a little more than 3000 individuals and a corpus
of about 500 acts, it was to clarify the relationship that existed
between the lord and his entourage, that is to say to analyze
the life of the manor from two angles: one internal and one external.
- Māori Land Court 1960-1980:
an autoethnographic and social commentary
- Métis women : social structure, urbanization and political activism, 1850-1980
Female kinship relationships were central in structuring
and determining the bounds of this Métis community.
- Mitochondrial DNA origins and affinities of the Kanak of New Caledonia
Mitochondrial DNA is maternally inherited.
- Modelització de fonts documentals d'interès genealògic
Modelling of documentary sources of genealogical interest.
- No, says Grandma
Jones family; Hutzel family; pioneer Cottle County, Texas.
- Palestinian-Levantine dialect diaspora:
exploring its role in maintaining Palestinian cultural heritage & identity
From the historical and cultural record of Palestine, language is the most
crucial bearer of identity and group cohesion; deeply associated with place,
family, history, heritage, and pride in self and in community.
- Precarious Eden: a return to the Mississippi Delta
Plumb the intersections between racial and environmental issues
while illuminating the author's family history in the Delta
and his return to it after absence of several years.
- Puritans and princesses:
examining leadership through genealogy
- Putting it on the line: an artist's exploration of family
Stories of my parents' formative years allowed me to better
understand how they shaped and nurtured my interests in adulthood.
- Recordando los Binnigula'sa' -multiple voices in the Lienzo de Guevea y Petapa
Although stone sculptures reveal that our people were among the first groups
in Mesoamerica to utilize script, few examples of writing by “our ancestors,
the binnigula’sa’” survive. One exception is the cartographic history
known as the Lienzo de Guevea and Petapa, painted in 1540
in response to a Spanish order for land documentation.
- Recueil des actes des vicomtes de Limoges : Xe-XIVe siècle
Medieval familial practices in the lands between
the Limousin and Perigord regions of Aquitaine.
- Remembrance and reform:
a multi-generational saga of a Euro-American-Indian family, 1739-1924
Historical narrative of Indian / white relations through the histories
of the Huebner and Gibson families.
- Sand in your shoes: looking at the attachment to Coney Island
through my own family history, past, present & future
- Say It loud, I'm black and I'm proud: Black power and black nationalist
ideology in the formation of the black genealogy movement, 1965-1985
- Second Street: Life as a South Boston Massachusetts Working Class Family
in the early Twentieth Century. [McSolla family during the years 1910 - 1930]
- Sense of place:
Reconstructing community through archeology, oral history, and GIS
- Sins of the mother: when the crazy just won't let go
After sitting around the kitchen table one night at dinner and listening
to older relatives reminisce about the past, I wanted to compile
the family stories and legends in story format for future generations.
- Such Daughters and Such a Mother:
The Countess of Derby and her Three Daughters, 1560-1647.
Alice Spencer Stanley Egerton, the dowager countess of Derby (1559-1637),
and her three daughters: Anne Stanley Brydges Touchet, Lady Chandos
and then dowager countess of Castlehaven (1581-1647), Frances Stanley Egerton,
countess of Bridgewater (1583-1636), and Elizabeth Stanley Hastings,
countess of Huntingdon (1587-1634).
- Telling absence: war widows, loss and memory.
Karelia evacuated twice in 1939-1944;
over 400,000 refugees permanently resettled elsewhere in Finland.
- The Development of a Family History Collection Tool for use in a Pediatric Practice:
A Pilot Study
- The effects of the French and Indian War on Civilian Life
in the Frontier Counties of Virginia, 1754-1763 [Google™ Books]
- The evolution of organizational identity claims and the role
of commemoration and history in a family-owned business
- The Goddesses' Shrine Family: The Munakata through the Kamakura Era
Drawing upon extensive primary source material, presents an historical study
of the Kyushu shrine family known as the Munakata, beginning in the fourth century
and ending with the onset of Japan's medieval age in the fourteenth century.
- The Godfrey family and their estate 1730-1850
Includes genealogy tables; County Kerry, Ireland land tenure.
- The last frontier: a family history
Habets family in Montana.
- The long shadow of the Bristish Empires:
colouredness in Zambia - an autoethnographic history
Individual personal family history / stories; framework
of historiographyand national / transnational histories.
- The most public of all history:
family history and heritage albums in the transmission of records
Family histories are demonstrated to be parts of a new world in which
private archives influence the overall understanding of records and public history.
- The Story behind the book:
William Mariner in Tonga 1806-1810
- Transatlantic ties and the Frank family:
examining a loyalist committee of correspondence
- Twenty Miles to Rome:
the Story of South Carolina's First Medal of Honor Winner in World War II
- Une famille de l'aristocratie chevaleresque médiévale normande:
Les Brucourt (XIe-XIIe siècles)
- Visualizatioń arbres genealògics 3D
Genealogy 3D Display.
- "We are All Makers of History":
People and publics in the practice of Pennsylvania-German family history, 1891--1966
Documents the development of the practice of Pennsylvania German family history
as a form of history of the everyday lives of ordinary people from 1891-1966,
how and in what regional, national, and international context these people
defined themselves and their family histories.
- Zion in the fields
Seventeen families who migrated from Germany to Illinois
and Gage County, Nebraska between 1862 and 1881.
- YEAR 2008
- 3D visualisation of complex hierarchical structures:
Computer graphics and genealogy--data processing.
- A creative investigation into family history
- A Population Genetic Study of Middle Eastern Populations
Using DYS458 Microvariants and Cohen Modal Haplotypes
Our samples can be divided into two primary groups: 320 samples come from Oman;
this region is important because of its geographical proximity to Yemen which is
perceived as the historical area where the Arabs originated and 800 samples
came from Palestine, a central region in the Middle East that connects Asia
and Africa and was a passageway between the two continents through history.
The samples collected from Oman have genealogy charts that were provided
by the participants, while the samples from Gaza lack the genealogy charts.
- A woman of contrasts:
a study of the paradoxical space occupied by the Roman woman
- Aging in Japan: Importance of Social Integration
The current study examines the importance of social integration
on the well-being of the Japanese elderly.
- Bridging the gap: my Dowling ancestors in colonial Launceston
Baptists in Northern Tasmania, Australia.
- Communities of innovation: Cyborganic and the birth of networked social media
Cyborganic, the subject of this study, was a community whose members brought
Wired magazine online; launched Hotwired, the first ad-supported online magazine;
set-up Web production for CNET; led the open source Apache project; and staffed
and started dozens of other Internet firms and projects -- from Craig's List to
Organic Online -- during the first phase of the Web's development as a popular
platform (1993-1999). Finally, my third objective is to ground celebratory
and utopian discourses of new media genealogically, showing that
the social media heralded today as "revolutionary" grew from earlier practices
of personal computing, multimedia, and telecommunity similarly hailed
as revolutionary in their day. Rather than representing rupture with the past,
the narrative of social revolution through technologies is a cultural legacy
that has passed through generations, and one that draws on quintessentially
American attitudes and practice.
My sculptural exploration of the genealogical form reflects on various branching
systems found in the natural world. As the completion of these works has expanded
my own sense of identity in realtion to those who have come before me, so I invite
viewers to reflect on the ties that bind them to their ancestors.
- Das Diwang shiji des Huangfu Mi (215-282)
The Diwang shiji (Genealogical records of emperors and kings)
of the Huangfu Mi (215-282), is a historical work transmitted by fragments.
It begins with the world origin and ends with the Wei-domination (265).
- Die vroeë geslagte Grobbelaars van Cyferfontein,
distrik Bethulie, in die Suidoos-Vrystaat, 1861-1939
Findings shed light on the development of certain thinking of many Africans
in the course the first decades of the twentieth century.
- Educating the daughters of the Virginia gentry:
the Carter, Jefferson, and Randolph family women
Virginia social life and customs.
- Embodying history: History, memory, and family genealogies
in contemporary Southern women's writing
- Estampes de l'ornement sous Louis XIV:
création, interpréatation & réception de l'œuvre gravé [sic] de Paul Androuet de Cerceau
This dissertation is completed by appendices (Tome III) which present research on
the Androuet du Cerceau family (Arbre généalogique ; Biographies documentées)
and a vade-mecum devoted to the vocabulary of ornament (Lexique ornemental).
- Every picture tells her story:
A scholarly oral history and the historian's heuristic response
The rewarding experiences of the researcher and narrator in this study,
and the relative accessibility of the methods they employed, imply that arts-based
creative exercises that combine narrative, photographs, and artistic expression
may address a need for self-defining creative outlets,
among women in caregiving relationships.
- Explaining Multi-generation Family Business Success in the Gulf States
To explore this topic thoroughly, this research developed four case studies,
through personal interviews, public and private records, and archival materials.
- Family Matters: Domesticity and the Everyday Life
of Race, Class, and National Belonging in Postwar Chicago
Adoption; Adoptive parents. [also published 2011]
- Family music and family bands in New Mexico music
I look at current genealogy practices as one expression of the land-family-place ethos
to show the importance of having a well-established, traceable family in New Mexico.
To Nuevomexicano genealogists, the past and present are seen as linked realities
where both transgressions and successes of ancestors can directly reflect
on their descendents. This identification across even distant generations
lends support to the centrality of family.
- Family footprints:
tracing the past in the present through curatorial autobiographical practice
My curatorial thesis illustrates how many different narratives contribute to a national
narrative, and that there are many ways of interpreting and understanding history.
- Family webs: The impact of women's genealogy research on family communication
As women and genealogy are both under-researched, this study works to illuminate
the experiences of women genealogists, to understand the impact of genealogical
data upon family communication, and to explore family genealogy as a site
of feminist resistance to the socio-political marginalization of women.
- From Adam to Judah:
The Significance of the Family Tree in Genesis (pdf)
- Genealogical Family History in Aotearoa-New Zealand:
From Community of Practice to Transdisciplinary Academic Discourse?
- Genealogies of Al-Andalus:
Music and Patrimony in the Modern Maghreb
- Genealogy and Identity: The genealogical evidence for the appropriation
of early East Greek mythology by the mainland Greek city-states in the Archaic period
The genealogical approach gives chronological precedence to patterns first manifest
in the Homeric poems, which by comparison with later mythic data delineate
the outline of a genealogical template that initially emerged in Aiolic East Greece.
What follows, therefore, is a blow-by-blow account of the most pivotal evidence
to this effect on the mythical and the historical side, reinforced in conclusion
with a case study of a single major genealogical line that was largely preserved
in its original form, as verified by its coverage in the Homeric poems
and in surviving texts by seven later Greek authors.
- Governing bodies: a Maori healing tradition in a bicultural state
A fundamental principle of Te Oo Mai Reia was that for the practitioners to harness
the power of the various forces that sustained life they had to be in touch with their
whakapapa [genealogy] for it was through their ancestors that they could commune
with the Ultimate Deity, Io, the source of the most potent of all forces of life.
- Guerre en Tchétchénie, exil et diaspora:
étude des structurations communautaires tchétchènes à l'étranger entre 1997 et 2007
The concept of diaspora, which contains the idea of an individual transformation
of the migrant, is understood as a community building project in a transnational
perspective, undertook by a group of people who have fled their country of origin
and who choose abroad to resuscitate their ethno-national roots. [also published 2013]
- History of Sand Coulee, Montana 1880 through 1900
The biggest repository of Sand Coulee history is a small history written
by Ruby Giannini titled "A History of Sand Coulee" and a book titled
"The Gulch Area History" written by a committee of area residents.
"The Gulch Area History" is a genealogy of the area. These two books
are the only ones specifically written about Sand Coulee and neither
includes documentation. This thesis is heavily documented so that those
who disagree with this history or its conclusions will be able to compare sources.
- How the use of memoirs and autobiographies
impacts the self-efficacy of secondary Hispanic girls
The research question addressed in the project is, in what ways would the use of
memoirs and autobiographies impact the self-efficacy of secondary Hispanic girls?
It developed from a desire to make stronger connections with female Hispanic
students. The literature review showed an importance of providing positive role
models, using stories that are self-enhancing in which the student is able to see
herself, and creating an environment where the student feels valued, safe and heard.
The study consisted of secondary Hispanic girls who met weekly in an after school
book club. Each girl created an individual book of her family history, hopes,
and dreams. Connecting with students and the use of multicultural materials
showed a positive outcome. The project demonstrated an increase
of self-efficacy in the Hispanic girls.
- Im Schatten der Landgrafen:
Studien zur adeligen Herrschaftsbildung im spätmittelalterlichen Thüringen
- Inhabitating Isla Nena, 1514-2003:
Island Narrations, Imperial Dramas and Vieques, Puerto Rico.
- Invention and convention:
a genealogical approach to Massachusetts onomastics
- Kānkhanān nāmsakun: [Naming Surname: (Thai people) - pdf]
konkai khǭng rat nai kānsāng samnưk chāt niyom læ ʻattalak khwāmpen chāi
[State Mechanism in Constructing Nationalist Consciousness and Male Identity (pdf)]
- Karrierek, konfliktusok, mindennapok Egy nagykun família élete (1745–1867)
Careers, Conflicts, Everydays. The Life Of A Family From Great-Cumania (1745—1867)
The fortunately survived private letters, debentures, testaments, sales contracts and
letters of appointment reveal valuable informations on the interior life of the family.
- Keeper of the Gate
Story of five generations of women who are westerners from Idaho.
- La concurrence entre les lignées familiales dans la transmission du rapport au territoire
This study, placed in the "val de Mouthe" (Doubs, France), a region that stretches along
the French-Swiss border and the Jura mountains, describes the process that carries out
certain agents to migrate and others to stay in the district or close to the location
where part or most of their four forefathers lived.
- Le contrat de révélation de succession
In this respect, the risk for the heir appears to be paying a higher price
for the performance of the probate genealogist's dues than its objective worth,
even though he will not the whole be impoverished by the transaction.
Thus defined, heir hunter contracts can only fall under the ordinary law of contracts
and must not be subject to the judge's discretion to reduce fee awards.
- Le livre de Raison d'Honoré de Quiqueran de Beaujeu
Initially a simple ledger in which the authors have gradually added information
about the lives of their families, it plays a role in the construction and preservation
of family memory, in the defense of a certain social status,
and therefore intended to be shown and transmitted.
- Max Liebermann's Jewish heritage
His Jewish family background, in traditions rooted in Sittlichkeit and Bildung.
- Où sont les femmes?: prosopographie des femmes des familles princières et ducales
en Italie méridionale depuis la chute du royaume lombard (774)
jusqu'à l'installation des Normands (env. 1100)
- Our story: A collection of stories told by the sons and daughter
of Alonzo Durward Clark and Wilma Emma Lydia Gibson Clark
- Página web de la "Societat Catalana de Genealogia,
Heràldica, Sigil.lografia, Vexil.logia i Nobiliària"
Entrada: Pagina Principal de la Societat Catalana de Genealogia
- Para no morir de hambre ni de vergüenza:
probanzas de descendientes de Incas en el siglo XVI
Peru - Genealogy - History - Period Inca.
- Parents, children and their families:
living arrangements of old people in the XIX century, Sundsvall region, Sweden
- Patriarchies in practice:
women, family, and power in late medieval and early modern Italy
Examining the relationships of women and men in the Spinelli family.
- Primary Care Providers Believe Patient-Generated Family History
Will Increase Ability to Assess Patient Risk
- Programari creador i consultor de genealogia familiar
Project will focus on the design of a software consultant
and creator of family genealogy.
- Questions évangéliques
By Eusebius of Caesarea; first part deals with the genealogy of Jesus and his birth;
the second, resurrection.
- Self, Community, and State:
A Family History in Indonesia, 1880-1945
- Shooting hummingbirds in the mimosa tree: stories from one perfectly normal family
Contains a collection of stories concerning four generations of one family
in contemporary North Carolina. The stories focus on different MacKay
family members and their attempts to understand human relationships
through the objects they possess, inherit, and discard.
- Si Dios quiere--
Photography is used as a way of mapping a family character; by using
her own Argentine-American heritage as a subject for the photographs.
The work as a whole acts as a new chapter in a continuing family album.
It deals with the mapping of genealogy as compared to the mapping of a place.
- Socio-cultural development and identity formation
of Metis communities in northwestern Saskatchewan, 1776-1907
- Sons and Descendants: A Social History of Kin Groups and Family Names
in the Early Neo-Babylonian Period, 747-626 B.C. [published 2008 / 2010 / 2011]
- Tahosa Territory---a Colorado Front Range family: Contextual essay to accompany
"Tahosa Territory a Colorado Historical Film Documentary". This project highlights
the use of family history in telling the story of Colorado settlement and development
over the past 150 years. the basic social unit of humanity is family. Families shape
settlement patterns, control community hierarchies and development, and leave
their distinctive imprint on that place they call home. It offers a model for future
studies of regional development from the perspective of the family.
- Telling a Family:
Family Storytelling, Family Identity, and Cultural Membership
- Thalhimers Department Store: Story, History, and Theory
Introduces the intertwining narratives
of the author's paternal family and the store's history.
- The Alumni of the Scots Colleges Abroad, 1575-1799
This dissertation will attempt to identify those students who through their contributions
to cultural life of Scotland and elsewhere deserve greater academic attention.
- The cross-Channel estates of the Montgomery-Bellême family c[irca] 1050-1112
Includes social life and customs in Great Britain and France.
- The effects of family history projects
- The Gazetteer for Scotland and Historical Geographies:
Tying Historical Information to the Geography of Scotland
- The genealogy of knowledge: the Godefroy Family,
erudition, and legal-historical service to the state
Republic of Letters was not merely a horizontal network across Europe
among colleagues of an era. It was also a vertical network descending
through the generations, as fathers trained their sons and gave to them
their papers, projects, and patrons. Humanism promoted the ideal of
the patriarchal scholarly family, while the scholarly family ensured
the survival of humanist methods across the generations. Dissertation
covers the Godefroy family workings from the 1580s to the 1720s,
surveying both the social history of the early modern scholarly family
in general, its methods of household production; the use of servants,
children, and an extended kinship network; and its strategies for success
as a family and the particular research conducted within the family
from generation to generation. ProQuest Document View.
- The importance of the adaptability of historical societies to grow
from the amateur to the professional: an examination of four local historical societies
- The information seeking processes of genealogists
With regard to the resolution of problems, participants were found to follow
two distinct information seeking processes. A six-stage model of information
of seeking specific to genealogists is proposed. This model suggests that genealogists
deliberately approach their research armed with information problems using the two
processes uncovered in this study. However, the process does not end at the library;
genealogy is an iterative process that continues to new research and problems.
- The Irish did apply:
the exiles who took any work available and built America from the ground up
Puts faces on some of these imported Americans, drawing from the oral histories;
newcomers to Worcester, Massachusetts; author's ancestors,
her kin, and former Kerry (Ireland) neighbors.
- The story of home
- To keep our trading for our livelihood: the Derby family
of Salem, Massachusetts, and their rise to power in the British Atlantic world
- Webbaserad Släktträdsmodul: Med koppling till EmiWeb
A network-based family tree would allow the users to connect to a database
and work in the same application without having to wait for someone else to finish.
- YEAR 2007
- An interpretive plan for the David Sayre Store & House Museum
Historic house museums are in a state of crisis. Old models of interpretation
struggle to meet the objectives and missions that guide these institutions.
Many do not educate, do not entertain, and do not inspire. The David Sayre
Store and House Museum chose to break away from the traditional approaches
to interpretation and use its small house museum as a learning laboratory.
In order to create a framework that supports the learning laboratory, a variety
of sources were drawn upon. Primary sources related to the Sayres and Milford
include town records, newspapers, genealogical records, and oral histories
recorded by amateur historian Ezra Stevens. The Sayre Store was the focus
of a Masters Thesis done by Janna Rudler, of the Cooperstown Graduate Program,
which drew on the account books kept by David L. Sayre. These primary sources,
along with a huge array of topical secondary sources, served as the basis
for the new interpretation of the Sayre House.
- Analyse démogénétique de la contribution des fondateurs
irlandais au peuplement du Québec et de ses régions
This research aims to provide a first estimate of the contribution
of Irish immigration to the genetic heritage of the population of Quebec
and characterize the current immigration by period of arrival, religious
affiliation and geographic origin of migrants. To do this, a corpus of 2,223
ascending genealogies of married individuals in Quebec between 1945
and 1965 was used. In most cases, genealogies back to the early 17th century,
with an average depth of 9 generations. Genealogical reconstructions have
identified 203 Irish immigrants (114 men and 89 women) appearing in 465
ancestries, nearly 21% of the sample. These immigrants, mostly Catholics,
from the four provinces of Ireland and settled in Quebec between 1670
and 1887 (68.5% immigrated during the 1815-1860 period).
- Aplotipi del cromosoma Y ed isonimia maschile:
studio genetico e genealogico in un paese della Toscana (Buti, Pisa)
The surnames and the Y chromosome have the same mode of transmission,
both can be considered a haploid genetic systems of patrilineal inheritance.
It is therefore expected that individuals isonimi show the same haplotype
in the region of the recombinant chromosome, unless mutations, illegitimacy,
polyphyletic origin of the last name or personal errors, and that this haplotype
is descended from a common ancestor. These characteristics have made the Y
chromosome and surnames highly informative tools with applications in forensic,
evolutionary, genetic and family history. The village of Buti, a small community
(about 5000 inhabitants) in the province of Pisa with a high level of reproductive
isolation, there appeared to be suitable for a study in which a reconstruction
of the genealogies was complemented by an analysis of the male Y chromosome
haplotypes. Genetic analysis proceeded in parallel with the work aimed
at the reconstruction of genealogies. For this purpose it was necessary
to obtain the archive of the population currently living and consultation
of the parish archives (State of Souls, Book of Baptisms and Books of the Dead)
stored in the main church of the country. Sample of 70: Tesi etd-03092007-225731
- Aspects of ancient Near Eastern chronology (c. 1600-700 BC)
Chronology of the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Near East.
- Becoming Californio:
Archaeology of communities, animals, and identity in colonial California
Through historical archaeology, this dissertation traces the creation
and evolution of a Californio identity, c. 1776 to 1850. With specific attention
to faunal remains and through the lens of a single family—the Peraltas—this
research explores the complexities of social relationships and identity formation
between colonists and natives and rancheros and laborers as they perform
the daily practices of foodways and ranching. Historical archaeology
at El Presidio de San Francisco and Rancho San Antonio.
- Buidatge de llibres d'interès genealògic
- Carnival Canons:
Calendars, Genealogy, and the Search for Ritual Cohesion in Medieval China
This dissertation examines attempts in medieval China
(c. 190-960) to situate popular festival customs in history.
- Cultural legitimacy in Surry County, Virginia:
the Edwards family of Chestnut Farms
- De l'exil au retour
The constructions of their own identities by the children of
the Chilean retornados are determined by their family history.
- Developing critical thinking and content retention through experiential learning
This study measured growth in content retention and critical thinking
through experiential learning. Sixty-five eighth grade students researched
their family history. Results indicated an increase in content retention,
critical thinking, and student excitement for learning.
- Die ontwikkeling van 'n elektroniese genealogiese databasis
van burgerlike sterftes tydens die Anglo-Boereoorlog 1899-1902
Study was to find the exact number of civilian deaths during the Anglo-Boer War.
- Early European settlement in Shoal Harbour
Tilley family; genealogy.
- Ein Blick in eine koreanische "Lineage" " Ideologie und Praxis:
Lineage, Lineage-Organisation und lokale "Lineage"-Häuser
Korean genealogy. kinship and families.
- Exploring place through a family history:
the Glovers of Sale [Australia]
- Family Photographs, History, and Art Education:
A Web of Taiwanese Visual Cultural Signs
- Genealogies of ancestral fault
From Homer to Proclus, the idea that delayed divine punishment
can strike at descendants for the crimes of their forebears has continued
to play a central role in Greek culture. This is what I refer to as ancestral
fault in the following study. The idea of ancestral fault was a cornerstone
of such fundamental Greek social institutions as the oath and the curse,
for instance, and for centuries it remained a key element in the cultural
memory and the ritual life of the polis. It played an important role in early
epic, lyric, iambic, and elegiac poetry, in tragedy and historiography,
medical literature, Classical and Hellenistic philosophy, writings of
the Second Sophistic, and Neoplatonic teaching. In large part as
a consequence of this abundance of material, ancestral fault has
exercised a deep fascination in the work of modern classical scholarship.
Compare: Doctrine and Covenants 98:39-48
What Does the Bible Say About Sins Of The Father?
- Genèse des lignages méridionaux. / Tome 2, Portraits de familles
Text recasts of: These PhD: History: Paris 4 1994: The aristocratic family Languedoc:
parent and heritage in the viscounts of Beziers and Agde (900-1170).
- Heritage reclaimed heritage conservation projects in-post war Salima
The case of Salima is an example of clashing perceptions concerning
what aspects of heritage maintain cultural and social continuity with place.
The discussion poses the preservation of built heritage vis-a-vis "intangible"
forms of heritage (such as oral tradition and genealogical relatedness).
The thesis demonstrates that conservation intervention needs to highlight
the relation of built heritage to the deeper intangible aspects or meanings
that it embodies in the community's contemporary context.
- I mau ke ea o ka 'aina i ka pono: He puke mele lahui no ka Lahui Hawai'i
One of the main themes of this project is to gain a better understanding
of some of the most important and foundational beliefs of our ancestors
as they were explained and conceived in Hawaiian so that today
we can continue to seek that which will restore balance
and harmony to our lands and nation.
- Ideology, practicality, and fiscal necessity: the creation of the Archives nationales
and the triage of feudal titles by the Agence Temporaire des Titres, 1789-1801
Feudal titles to land, property, water, and windmills were among the most
valuable and consistently sought after documents because they provided
revenue to the Revolution; the state could sell titles to land and property
that they acquired from the various Old Regime deposits as Bien Nationaux,
thereby accruing a profit for the government. By contrast, titles of nobility,
genealogy charts, and other records validating aristocratic privileges-referred
in the collectively as purely feudal titles or titles to abolished feudal rights-were
among the most sought after documents for annihilation because of the records'
association with an abhorrent feudal past. The law of 7 messidor II originated
at the height of radical violence and bloodshed; feudal titles to nobility
and privilege fell victim to the National Convention because of the substantial
power these records granted to the aristocracy in the feudal past-a past
that stood, by its nature, in opposition to the new revolutionary state.
The public burning of feudal records at the hands of the public
and revolutionary government served as an important and particularly
violent show of power-the destruction of records that represented
the legal and symbolic power of the aristocracy came to signal
an end to the political, social, and economic order of feudalism.
- Ignatz Bruch, Alton's stone cutter: a new life carved in America
German Brugh and Guertler families.
- Implicit Affinity Networks
Construction of IANs and evaluates it in the context
of family history and online communities.
- La généalogie du sujet
The word genealogy denotes two lines of thought in the history of philosophy,
the one beginning with Aristotle or Porphyry and the other with Schopenhauer
or Nietzsche. The first line of thought takes its name from the fact that it
explains the various meanings of Being by using a genealogical tree which
it places those meanings. But the ontology becomes an egology beginning
with Descartes, the grafting of the Subject revolutionizing the metaphysical
connection with science. However, the unity of that tradition continues today,
particularly with the phenomenology of Husserl. The second line of thought
is so named because it breaks with the historical or dialectical explanation
of the origin of a fact and substitutes in its place a hidden cause,
which is both concealed and revealed by language.
This has led to the invention of psychoanalysis.
- La naissance et l'origine
Before the image of the genealogical tree became common in the West,
Latin language already compared the family to a tree. Lineage is described
as a stirps (a stump, trunk or plant). Descendants are called "offspring"
(stirps, suboles, propago) or "seed" (semen, satus). Family development
is described in vegetal terms: to layer (propagare), to prune (recidere),
to graft (inserere). Adoption - the process of establishing a legal family unit
comprising members who are not biologically related - is sometimes referred
to as grafting (insitio). Across societies, human lineage is established by a system
not limited to biological breeding. Paradoxically, vegetal images are used
to describe social units as elements of nature. Despite their common use,
these metaphors convey a strongly ideological conception of lineage.
While early Roman texts show the existence of a complementary maternal
filiation, the vegetal representation focuses primarily on patrilinear descent
and corporate group. Individuals receive their identity from the group;
they also serve as temporary representatives of the lineage to outsiders.
Vegetal metaphors establish a strict boundary between legitimate
members of a lineage and those who are not included in it.
This border is extrapolated to society at large. The same metaphors
distinguish between members of the nobilitas who are endowed
with a stirps and those who are not. Therefore, the order observed
in nature is used as a model for legitimising social order.
- Les Prost: étude d'une dynastie de notaires dans l'Ain
Study of a dynasty of notaries in the Ain.
- Letters from Carville: Narrating the unspoken story of the Landry family
Such was the narrative maintained by the family of Joseph Terville Landry,
whose five adult children lived and died between 1919 and 1977
in the Carville, Louisiana, hospital for the treatment of leprosy/
Hansen's disease. The family did not abandon these relatives,
but through four generations no one spoke openly about them.
- Lighthouses and white-houses:
an account of Tasmanian Aboriginal descent and identity
- Locating Scotland's Ordinary Folk, amon the lesser known sources
for social and family history research c.1630-c.1790. [Staff profiles | History]
- Marae: a whakapapa of the Maori marae
What makes the marae is the combination of the people and the ritual
that is involved on a marae, the marae space and lastly, the physical buildings.
The buildings, particularly carved houses, have additional meaning that they
lend to the thread of the story. They themselves represent the whakapapa
of the marae, and specifically of the hapu (or sub-tribe) who inhabit that marae.
They do this by direct representation, but also by analogy and by spiritual means
that are little dealt with in most literature. Ancestors in Te Ao Maori are deemed
to exist within the very fabric of the building and have a renewed or continuing
existence that is created in the first instance by a melange of ritual and belief.
- Marriage and inheritance in fifteenth century England
Compare: Marriage in Fifteenth-Century England
Part I, Primary Sources; Part II, Secondary Sources
- Measured Silences:
19th Century Portrait Photography and the African American Nanny
- Merchants, Gentry, Farmers, and Brokers: archaeoloy of the complex identities
of the Tyng family of Dunstable, Massachusetts, in the eighteenth century.
- Parental divorce, psychological distress and academic achievement of college students
Parental divorce is a stressful process that has been associated with long-term
developmental implications for the children involved. Results of this study
have implications for college counseling center personnel to obtain a thorough
family history at intake and monitor changes in residential status.
- Parenting in a foreign land: the lived experience of Taiwanese
immigrants with disabled children in the United States
Details of daily life and family history of the occupation
of parenting from a cross-cultural perspective.
- Patterns and motifs in the Va: a Samoan concept of a space between
Meaning in my work will evoke the interweaving connections of past and present
through oral history, genealogy, and fagogo¹ (story telling) memory and artist sentiment.
- Pedigree tool
Collecting the family history to find the inheritance
of trait is the fundamental concept in human genetics.
- Portrait historique de la pratique de la généalogie et son
rôle comme vecteur de transmission de la culture au Québec [pdf]
Historical overview of the practice of genealogy
and its role as a vector of transmission of culture in Quebec.
- Pouvoir, parenté et société chez les Ye'kwana du Caura-Erebato, au Venuezuela
From a regional perspective we have described the main features of ye'kwana culture:
genealogic memory; passion for history and very high level of community endogamy.
- Prosopography approaches and applications:
- Recognizing missing branches on the tree: a preliminary social analysis
of historically-oppressed ethnic minorities in Nova Scotia through genealogy.
- Representing Remarriage on 19th and Early 20th
Century Burial Monuments in Southwestern Ontario
Research combines gravestone analysis with the use of archival sources
to identify examples of commemorated remarriage in the cemeteries.
Parish marriage records indicate that remarriage was a common practice,
however the commemoration of remarriage is less frequent
than the commemoration of marriages generally.
- Searching for tūpuna:
Whakapapa researchers and public libraries
- Stemmata aurea: Constantin, Justine, Théodose:
revendications généalogiques et idéologie impériale au IVe siècle ap. J.-C.
Genealogical claims and imperial ideology in the fourth century AD.
- Sukupolvien ongelma:
Tutkielmia sukupolven käsitteestä, sukupolvitietoisuudesta ja suurista ikäluokista
The thesis contributes to the discussion on the social (as distinct from its genealogical)
meaning of the concept of generation, launched by Karl Mannheim's classic
Das Problem der Generationen (1928), in which the central idea is that
a certain group of people is bonded together by a shared experience
and that this bonding can result in a distinct self-consciousness.
- Syrische christenen over de Bijbel - de bijbel over Syrische christenen:
interpretatie en herinterpretatie van geslachtslijnen in het Oude Testament
- Te ara tapu o ngā tūpuna
New Zealand -- genealogy.
- Te tīhoka me te karo:
struggles and transformation of Ngāti Hinemanu of Ōmāhu
- Terrys of Cork:
1420-1644 merchant gentry
- The child and family history questionnaire:
obtaining meaningful information from families
- The construction of ethnoracial identity within situational contexts:
Study of triracial family histories (African American-Caucasian-American Indian)
The Ridleys of Media, Pennsylvania and the Harveys of Delaware County, Pennsylvania.
- The Design of a Collaborative Family History Documentation and Reminiscence Tool
Well-designed technology can be used to improve the quality of life and possibly
even assist with the treatment of cognitive disabilities. We present experiences
and insights into designing a family history and reminiscence tool for older age
groups. Many reminiscence systems have been designed and evaluated, however
there is currently no tool available that allows geographically distributed family
members to collaborate to create a detailed, centralized, easily accessible family
history that can be used to assist reminiscence. By engaging a group of seniors
in a participatory design process, we developed a website that allows a group
of people to collectively author family history content and displays the resulting
information in a format that is conducive to reminiscence activities.
An evaluation of the resulting software revealed that users were able to
successfully use the website with minimal problems and they consistently
appreciated the features defined by our participatory design group.
- The emigration of Adam Smith's Ploughman:
a case study of the intellectual culture of Scots emigrants to Lower Canada 1760-1850
- The end of flying: a family history in verse
- The German element of the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia
Genealogy -- History.
- The history of this house
Collection of personal essays focusing on one woman's attempt to explain
her profound need to preserve and understand cultural and family history.
The house in the market: kinship, status, and memory
among Q'eqchi' market women in San Juan Chamelco, Guatemala [Maya]
Since marketing is a family occupation in Chamelco, Q'eqchi' market women
achieve positions of stature through their houses' longstanding participation
in the marketplace. Many contemporary marketers trace their family market
histories back for generations, relating that their mothers, grandmothers, or
great-grandmothers also sold in the market. Chamelqueños view marketing
as the inheritance or gifts passed down to them by their most ancient ancestors.
As a result, marketing becomes a vocation for many of Chamelco's women,
who state that they market because they were "called by their ancestors" to do so.
- The primary source: issues in the usability of genealogical records
This thesis examines genealogists' information needs and discusses
how librarians can accommodate them by providing access to essential
primary sources as well as making those materials user-friendly.
- The Tu'i Kanokupolu Matai establishment and why would
Tu'i Tonga Fuanunuiava have vied to become one?:
a genealogical analysis of post 1550 AD new political hegemony in Tonga
- Un Gestor y visualizador de estructuras arbóreas
- Verteilte Erfassung von genealogischen Daten
- War, noblesse and identity in early modern Champagne:
A study of the Recherche de la noblesse de Champagne (1673)
By chronicling the lives of individuals and families whose claims
to noblesse were successful, the published genealogies and documentary
evidence provide insight into the public discourse on the nature of nobility
and noble identity in Champagne. Multi-generational evidence of 507 families.
- Wege und Irrwege frühneuzeitlicher Historiographie: genealogisches Sammeln
zu einer Stammfolge der Herzöge von Teck im 16. und 17. Jahrhundert
Genealogical collection to a standard sequence of the Duke of Teck,
in the 16th and 17 Century. On examination of these works, the author
discovered previously unknown sources, which are edited in the present work,
and was able to develop a new standard sequence of the house Teck.
- YEAR 2006
- A historical perspective and linguistic analysis of onomastic elements
with special reference to the Shangase clan.
- A niche heritage tourism product?
Investigating the potential for developing genealogy tourism in Barbados
- A realm apart:
Egypt, time and affective citizenship among members of the Mohamed Aly dynasty
- Adult-sister relationships:
the effect of childhood sibling experiences in the context of the family realm
Results of the research indicated a strong sense of support and association
between sisters in larger families with four or more siblings, a sense
of importance with their father's expectations of them, and memories
of their fathers' involvement in their lives during childhood.
- An Investigation into the Information Needs of Family History Researcher
The key factors influencing a family historian’s decision of whether to use
an information source are its cost and the reliability of the information it provides.
- Applicazioni forensi dei polimorfismi del DNA presenti sui cromosomi sessuali
[Tesi etd-03062006-085908] Using a sampling from a small town in Tuscany
is also possible to give an estimate of the mutation rate average of 17 markers
of the Y chromosome, reconstructing, through consultation of the parish archives,
genealogies of individuals isonimi to common founder going back in time
until the beginning of 1500.
- Arqueología de Santa Eulalia de Bóveda /
Los señores de la tierra de Parga
- Broken images, shored fragments:
a family history [Holocaust]
- Capitanes a guerra, linajes de frontera estrategias de dominación entre
las élites familiares en el oriente de San Luis, 1617-1823
Genealogy - Economic aspects - Mexico - San Luis Potosi - History - Elites.
- Ces messieurs de Chinon: 1500-1914
Containing 40 genealogical tables, dated, very detailed showing the nested family.
Garguesalle families of Bastarnay, Lorraine, Le Breton, Dusoul, Bouthiller Razilly,
Lienard, Boureau du Plessis, Aubery, Le Brun, Quirit, Torterue Aubert, Bouin,
Chesnon, Poirier, Millin-Grandmaison, Durfort de Valory, Greban, David St. Hilaire,
Marce, Bonnard, Puysegur, du Vivier, of Beauchaine, Courtin, Tiffeneau
- Chosŏn wangsil pongan sŏch'aek ŭi changhwang kwa pojon yŏn'gu:
"sŏnwŏn kyebo kiryak" kwa "kukcho pogam" ŭl chungsim ŭro
Korea -- Kings and Rulers -- Genealogy -- North Korean: The Royal Mausoleum Books.
- Contour Encoded Compression and Transmission
As the need for digital libraries, especially genealogical libraries,
continues to rise, the need for efficient document image compression
is becoming more and more apparent.
- Creating a older adult and novice oriented help manual
for the Personal Ancestral File software
- Culture and power in the making of the descendents of Confucius, 1300-1800
Construction of Kong family identity by the "Dukes for Fulfilling the Sage",
the titular heads of family recognized by successive imperial states as the
recognized descendents of Confucius. This study examines the formation
of a large network of estates in western Shandong under the administrative
control of the dukes and the social implications of the rise of the canal trade
and the increasing integration of estate lands into this market economy.
- Des berges du Rhin aux rives du Mississippi
New model appears which goes beyond the previous categories,
"the individual who uses the past" as a means of re-establishing ties
between the two continents and to transmit heritage to future generations.
- Die Edelherren von Ahaus:
ein Beitrag zur Geschichte des westfälischen Adels im Mittelalter
Westphalian nobility in the Middle Ages. [published 2007]
- Die Ritteradligen von Hutten,
ihre soziale Stellung in Kirche und Staat bis zum Ende des Alten Reiches
All the descendants, originating from the main family-stock Stolzenberg
are recorded: the four lines Stolzenberg, Steckelberg, Gronau and Franconia
living within the boundaries of the area including the towns Fulda, Hanau,
Wuerzburg and Bamberg. Accurate and detailed information has brought
about extensive genealogical tables for the period of the family’s first
mentioning in 1274 until 1803. Hutten families (Franconian noble family
of "von Hutten", originating from the Rhoen area) became part of the Bavarian
nobility. The thesis, in the line of modern research, illustrates the significance
of the knights of Hutten within the texture of other knightly families and society.
- Domesticating time: family and memory in the German middle class, 1840-1939
After 1848, devotion to family had become an indispensable attribute
of the ideal German personality, but by the twentieth-century German
nationalism was defined by biology. For that reason genealogy became
a means to achieve national health, and the discourses surrounding it at the turn
of the century would be repeated in the National Socialist regime of the 1930s.
- Džerela z genealogii selân podil'skoi gubernii:
stan zberežennâ, informativne napovnennâ, klasifikaciâ (1793 - 1917 rr.)
- Echoes From Henderson Hall:
The History of One Pioneer Family Settling in the Ohio Valley
- El proceso de señorialización de la extremadura castellana (siglos XII a XVIII)
Province of Guadalajara (Atienza, Sigüenza, Medinaceli and Molina de Aragón)
from the twelfth to the eighteenth century; grouped by families,
comprehensive genealogical tables.
- Eina de suport a la genealogia
Tool support for genealogy.
- Étude comparative des caractéristiques généalogiques et génétiques
de quatre populations fondatrices de la Gaspésie
Research is to establish the characteristics of the gene pools of four descendants
of founder populations of the Gaspé Peninsula (Acadians, French Canadians,
and Anglo-Norman and British Loyalists) from genealogical analyzes
and molecular analyzes of polymorphisms neutral mitochondrial DNA.
- Extending Mendelian Models That Predict if One
has a Disease-Causing Mutation Based on Family History of Disease
Clinicians need to estimate the probability that a person carries
a mutation given family history of disease; if this probability is
high enough, the clinician may offer genetic testing to the person.
- Family history in England, c. 1945-2006:
culture, identity and (im)mortality [also published 2007]
This thesis provides the first cultural history of the family history 'phenomenon'
of the late twentieth century. Rather than conceptualising such pursuits solely
as popular interest in the past, however, it examines family history and genealogy
on their own terms--both tracing their growth, extent and nature,
and their diversity and cultural work.
- Family Portraits: A Genealogist's Journey
- Finding our place in the past: genealogy and ethnicity in Islam
This study contributes to studies of conversion to Islam by reflecting
on one strategy, genealogical representation, for presenting Islam as
a universal faith to non-Arab Muslims. Specifically, it considers how
classical Muslim scholars promoted early Persians' assimilation into
Islam by depicting them as descendants of Muslim prophets, such as
Noah or Isaac. The study investigates genealogies in works of adab
(belles-lettres) and universal history that were written amidst the
conversion of Iran in the ninth and tenth centuries CE. They reveal
Persian and Arab scholars' efforts to show the antiquity of Persians'
connections to the true monotheism (islam) God revealed to prophets
before Muhammad, and thus, that Islam was a religion as Persian
as it was Arab in origin; to rework indigenous Persian genealogies
so as to give Persian figures new genealogies and roles in salvation history.
- Footprints: exploring the steps taken by those before us : portraits in movement
Documents the experiences of dance students in a New York public high school.
Students were asked to create portraits in movement exploring their own personal
family history. Students had to select one family member over 55 years of age,
interview them and choose one of the stories to create their portrait in movement.
- Genealogie, Familienstruktur und wirtschaftliche Verhältnisse der Juden
im nördlichen Jülicher Land im 19. Jahrhundert [published 2007]
- How public librarians are developing competencies
in local history and genealogy librarianship
- Improving record linkage through pedigrees
Record linkage, in a genealogical context, is the process of identifying
individuals from multiple sources which refer to the same real-world entity.
- In search of personal heritage:
genealogy tourism within New Zealand
- "Inkaba yakho iphi?" (where is your navel?):
birthplaces, ancestors and ancestral spirits in South African literature
- La communaute juive de Nabeul (Tunisie) par la genealogie
Genealogical reconstitution since the early 18th century until the second
half of the 20th century; synthesis of previous research, publications and
documentation archives, genealogical data with and oral testimonies
accumulated over twenty years. The last chapter presents families
and a study of onomastics their names and nicknames, and a series
of genealogical lists each name. This reconstruction is thus revive
a community that no longer exists.
- La quête de parenté
Practices and issues of genealogy in Ireland. [Table of Contents]
- Le Religieux dans la ville du premier vingtième siècle
Examines a period from 1900 to 1920. Part biography, part family history
and part analysis of a network of socially-minded Catholics in Lyon,
the text develops the logic behind each itinerary.
- Les représentations de l'hérédité en situation interculturelle à l'Île de La Réunion
In Reunion Island, the sharply contrasting origins of the population
(Africa, Madagascar, Comoros, Europe, India, China) through a process
of admixture, generated a very diversified phenotypic panel within most
families. We will show how, in Reunion, the heredity representations
bring a better understanding of the structure of kinship.
- Life on Marr's; Historical Archaeology on Marr's Island, Georgetown, Maine
Historical evidence from land transactions, genealogy and census records
combines with archaeological evidence of the Marr family's occupation
of the island to create an historical interpretation.
- Looking down the rabbit hole for our ancestral roots: a phenomonological study
of finding our soul through family and archetypal relationships
- Loyalism, patronage and enterprise:
the Servos family in British North America, 1726-1942
The Servos family came to America from the German Palatinate in 1726,
and ultimately settled on New York's frontier. During the revolution,
the family's loyalist sympathies led to the family head being killed
by patriot forces and to the sons then joining the British military.
After the war ended, the family tried first to re-establish their
lives in the newly formed United States, but eventually joined
the loyalist migration to Upper Canada. This study covers six
generations of the family from their migration to America
until the last family member died in Niagara in 1942.
- Maps, metaphor and memory:
a personal investigation through image manipulation and textile embellishment
The artist-researcher introduces the work of influential artists in Australia, Canadian,
and other overseas artists who also work in the field of textile design with personal
and family history themes. However, specifically the exegesis,
positions the artist-researcher's Creative Arts Project and major exhibition.
- No wai koe?:
whakapapa, records and the role of iwi runanga in defining Maori identity
- O âEstranhoâ e o âPrimoâ:
casamentos consangÃÃneos no sertÃo do Vale do PiancÃ â PB
Endogamy based on marriage among kinfolk as a preferential option;
using the history, the historic demography and genealogy,
documents and notarized registers as well as parochial registers.
- One family surname in its thousand-year journey to the present
- Parenté, propriété agricole et autorité locale: formes et relations
de pouvoir dans un "village littéraire" du delta du nord vietnam Làng tiên sĩ Mọ Trạch
Famous old town center of literary Delta North Vietnam, currently consists of more
than 80% of the population claiming according to the contents of genealogical
books in print, belong to the same kinship group: the "line of saw [surname]
of Mo Trach." After identifying the forms of farm ownership and authority
of the village of scholars type, cross main repositories villagers of these three
local government areas: lineages, landowners and representatives of authority.
- Re-picturing my life / Tissue
Autobiography is a slippery genre, if, indeed, it is a genre.
- So many apples: childhood memories of Harvey and Mary
Family -- History -- Storytelling. [published 2002]
- Textual Portability and Its Uses in England, Ca. 1250--1330
Focusing on brief narratives that recount idealized lineages of kings of the English,
my dissertation argues that these neglected texts exemplify a change in how writing
the past was conceived during the later thirteenth century. They operate in contrast
to their lengthy twelfth-century predecessors, which established a canonical sense of
the past through the weight of their overlapping content. Though such texts arose
from writers' competitive desires to produce complete, nuanced accounts of the
English past, later writers received the texts' shared concerns as consensus,
replacing the question of relative veracity amongst narratives
with an intentional conflation of lineage and succession.
- "That's all we knew": the Vigil family history of the Southwest, 1807 to 1970
Ute Indians -- Mixed descent.
- The association of family history knowledge and cultural change with persistence
among undergraduate low-income, first-generation college students
- The foothills of the Matterhorn: familial antecedents of J. Gresham Machen
Gresham and Machen families.
- The marginalization of revolutionary sisters : the betrayal of Fanny and Anna Parnell
Irish people were evicted from their land and left
to starve in the ditches and fields in Ireland; Irish famine.
Compare and contrast: Charles Stuart Parnell, Irish Land League, Evictions in Ireland
- The survival of family artisans in the face of capitalist modernity:
an oral history of two Mexican lineages
Looking at the memories of two artisan lineages from Tlaquepaque, Jalisco, Mexico
of four generations each---1880-1910, 1910-1940, 1940-1970 and 1970-2000---that in turn
also allowed me to answer how the trade was successfully passed down over 120 years.
- These are the generations: identity, promise and the toledot formula
Continuum International Publishing Group, Limited [published 2011]
Next, we find that genealogies function differently depending on their form.
Linear genealogies move the story from one main character to another,
while segmented genealogies function to preserve secondary family lines.
- Through My Grandmother's Eyes: A Blended History
Emotional journey I experienced during a trip to Berlin, Germany.
Her mother, an ambassador's daughter, was from a Protestant family.
Her father, a prominent lawyer and member of the appeals court, was Jewish.
- Thy Children Own Their Birth:
Diasporic genealogies and the descendants of Canada's Home Children
Research explores the cultural practices and identities of the descendants
of an estimated 100,000 children who were despatched to Canada,
unaccompanied by their parents, and under the auspices of a number
of British charities, between 1869 and the late 1940s.
- User interface for recombination analysis
Genealogy -- computer programs.
- Wang Chuan-shan Zhouyi
- Working towards usability for computer-based Maori Whakapapa systems
- YEAR 2005
- A mitochondrial DNA analysis of the major ethnic groups from Sierra Leone
and Cameroon: clues to the maternal origins of trans-Atlantic slaves
- A prosopographical analysis of society in east central Scotland,
circa 1100 to 1260, with special reference to ethnicity
- A scientific journey through the eyes of a genealogist
- A Sioux Valley family history:
linking a Dakota-Canadian present to a Dakota-American past
- At rest together:
family graveyards in Onslow County, North Carolina
- Auto Biography: A Daughter's Story Told in Cars
Auto Biography is a creative nonfiction memoir: A daughter, forced to move
her unlovable, ever-combustible, wheelchairbound mother cross-country
in an RV, attempts to come to terms with her via the automobiles of their lives.
- Building a genealogy community portal
Computer industry; Genealogy; Information storage and retrieval systems;
Internet users; Methodology; Nonprofit organizations; Web portals.
- Contribution différentielle des ancêtres d'origine acadienne
au bassin génétique des populations régionales du Québec
Founders were identified from 2340 ascending genealogies
from population file BALSAC-RETRO.
- Dear grandpa (DVD video)
Personal documentary shot on digital video; story is about my search for the truth
about the life and death of my paternal grandfather, and his relationship with my father.
- Die Jordaan-familie:
'n historiese ontleding van hulle genealogie en die vestiging van 'n toerismeroete
Jordaan family and genealogy; South Africa.
- Die Schenken und Herren von Erbach: [published 2007]
eine Familie zwischen Reichsministerialität und Reichsstandschaft (1165/70 bis 1422)
- Experiential storytelling as curriculum in elementary schools: a narrative approach
Provide a much-needed space in the elementary school classroom for teachers
and students to share narrative accounts of their experience to inquire into the
meaning of significant events in their lives and to learn more about the personal
and cultural backgrounds of one another.
- Finding Where I Am:
A Collection of Creative Nonfiction - Creative Thesis
The topics include my physical quirks, especially a congenital defect
that prevents me from smelling; my volunteer experiences at the Provo, Utah
Boys and Girls Club; the traditions of fishing and storytelling in my family;
and my burgeoning interest in family history, which was stimulated by a trip
to Pine Valley, Utah--a small, rural town in southwestern Utah
where some of my early Mormon ancestors settled.
- Genealogical tradition and family potential in system of factors of formation
of cultural wealth of the person - Sociology of culture, a spiritual life
- Houses of the holy: Roman and Christian domestic piety in the Latin West, 100-600
This dissertation describes the religious aspects of domestic life
for Roman and Christian families with a focus on the Latin West
(c.100-600 CE). Using an interdisciplinary methodology, this work
examines the literary, archaeological, artistic, and epigraphic evidence
in order to uncover popular notions of divine beings, sacred spaces,
and the religious role of the family within the home. It finds that,
although pagan and Christian domestic religion had strong structural
similarities, Christianity transforms the meaning of the holy within the home.
This in effect changed the symbolic basis of family life in Late Antiquity.
- Intercontinental to intrasite genetic analyses
of ancient and contemporary Native American communities
Indians of North and South America -- Genealogy.
- Justiça e representações femininas: o divorcio entre a elite paulista
Woman, Elite (Social science), Divorce, Justice, Church,
São Paulo (State), History, 1765-1822
Telling a story of woman of Paulista Colonial Elite, using documents
of the 'divorce processes' and civil and church legislation, added with
testaments, inventory, books, marriage dispensation, birth certificate,
criminal processes, travelers registers and genealogy
regarding Capitania of São Paulo.
- Katse menneisyyteen: folkloristinen tutkimus suvun muistitiedosta
A glimpse into the past: a folkloristic Investigation into oral history of the family.
- Kei ngā awa katoa: ko te tahuhu korero no Ngāti Manuhiri:
a study into the history of the Māori occupation of the east coast of the Rodney District
and the question of identity and mana whenua
- La parenté comme stratégie et base de l'organisation
sociale et politique à Ura Ayllu (Puno-Pérou)
Understand the nature of the kinship system of Ura Ayllu, a highland village
in the Peruvian Andes. Kinship is exhaustively examined in various relational
contexts such as terminology, genealogy, analysis of marriage certificates,
the study of marital traditions and ritual (or fictitious) kinship. A complete census
of the inhabitants of Ura Ayllu community supplements this aspect of the study.
- Latino settlements on the Westside: a pictorial history of West Los Angeles
- Leopold von Ranke and Ireland
Genealogy of the Ranke and Graves families.
- Les élites politiques de la cité de Delphes et du koinon des Thessaliens
Genealogical reconstructions for fifteen families; families of Delphi
stuck to a strict endogamy until the middle of the 1st c. AD.
- Letters to Elizabeth: first daughters speak
- 'Light' music and Austrian identity:
the Strauss family legacy in Austrian politics and culture, 1918-1938
As a comparison of pre- and post-war biographies reveals, three qualities
assigned to the family made them an ideal representation of the nation:
their unquestionable Austrian heritage that was indelibly imprinted in
their music; their international success and 'conquering' of other nations;
and their ability to write music that was understood readily by the public.
- Modelling tribal genealogies for information systems design and development
Maori -- New Zealand -- Genealogy.
- Nga tatai-whakapapa:
dynamics in Māori oral tradition
- Pentateuchal structure and function of the Tôledôt:
YHWH is the God of all nations
- Reproducing society: lineage and kinship in Western Zhou China
Lineages discussed are: the Shan family, the Guo family, and the Jing family.
- Soi et les autres
The XIVth-XVth Florentine family diaries (and among them the Cronica domestica
of Donato Velluti), are dedicated to the celebration of the family. However, the
author leads a personal discourse: the expression of self appears through his
conscious relation with his own writing, and in the autobiografical dimension
of the genealogical account. In the history of the family, the glance related
to the others, from now on more attentive with individualities, highlights
the family structures, especially the dominating place held by the father.
The father writer " governs " his family group by his own behaviour
and by the writing of his book: in this book, he endeavours not only
to educate the souls and to protect the bodies, but also to form citizens,
with the purpose of ensuring the continuity of the family, her economic strength
and her politic power in the city, transmitting the values of his social class.
- The Allen collection [vol. I-V]
- The birth report genre in the Hebrew Bible
Establishes the standard structure of the birth report as containing
an introductory setting, a conception element, a birth element,
a naming element, and an etiological element. Comprehensive analysis
of all birth reports in the Hebrew Bible, included in genealogies, stories of
annunciation to barren women and prophetic narratives; miscellaneous data.
- The Diario of Polissena Pioppi: nuns and faction in sixteenth-century Modena
Compare: Women, Vendetta Politics, and State Formation in Early Modern Modena
- The health of our family:
the correspondence of Amanda Beardsley Trulock, 1837-1868
- The Jeffersons at Shadwell: the social and material world of a Virginia family
Examines the history and material culture of Shadwell in Albemarle County, Virginia,
the birthplace of Thomas Jefferson. From the 1730s through the 1770s, Shadwell was
home to Jane and Peter Jefferson, their eight children, over sixty slaves, and numerous
hired workers. The author examines the questions surrounding the material remnants
at Shadwell and how the Jeffersons maintained a style of living that reflected their high
social status, offering views of the Jefferson family, their role in settling Virginia,
and the lives of the slaves who worked for them.
- The Lazarus project
Genealogy -- poetry.
- The Palmer family history
- The understanding of family in medieval France:
a study of the family of Count Fulk Réchin of Anjou
- The Yan Clan of Pagsanjan
Antique photographs, history, family history and genealogical tree
dating from 1716; descendants of Don Antonio de la Resurección,
born April 17, 1735, and Doña Dalmacia Gonzales Cósme,
born February 14, 1768; the Yan Clan Foundation (San Juan, Philippines).
- There I Was, 250 Miles Away From My Groom: A Genealogy of Media Weddings
Explores the phenomenon of media weddings where the couple to be married
experiences the ritual in separate locations and the ceremony includes a
technological or human mediator. It examines these types of media weddings:
telegraphic and Internet ceremonies, in which the respective technology
connects the separated bride and groom; and proxy marriages, in which
the absent groom (or bride) is represented by a stand-in.
Compare Wikipedia: Baptism For The Dead
[After Latter-day Saints enter the temple and receive temple ordinances
for themselves, they may return and perform the saving ordinances on
behalf of their deceased ancestors. These are performed vicariously
or by "proxy" on behalf of the dead, and Latter-day Saints believe that
it is up to the deceased to accept or reject the offered ordinance in the
spirit world. Only saving ordinances are performed on behalf of deceased
persons. Ordinances on behalf of the dead may be performed only
when a deceased person's genealogical information has been submitted
to a temple. Latter-day Saints complete genealogical work for deceased
persons and if it is determined an individual has not received some or all
of the saving ordinances, the individual's name is submitted to the temple
to receive these ordinances by proxy. Optimally, the proxy who stands
in will be a descendant of the deceased person, but the ordinance proxy
may also be an unrelated volunteer.]
- Thinning acquaintances: national, familial
and commercial identity in the British Atlantic world, 1740-1840 [Jerdone family]
- This is not a poem (and other works)
Alabama; Robbins family genealogy.
- Toward the new genealogy: genealogical research in archives
and the Saskatchewan Genealogical Society, 1969-2004
- Under Household Government: Sex and Family in Massachusetts, 1660-1700
I have investigated the genealogical background of defendant after defendant
and have discovered that in most cases the people who appeared in court
to testify were usually family members of those involved or other interested
parties rather than random neighbors protecting the moral integrity of the
community. Court trials resembled nothing so much as international relations
in which competing families negotiated with allies and sought to best the families
of those sexually involved with their own sons or daughters and, sometimes,
servants or slaves---usually by fair means but sometimes by foul.
- Uniting the ancestors: Cheng Minzheng (1445-1499)
and the creation of the Comprehensive Genealogy
of the Xin'an Cheng (Xin'an Chengshi Tongzong Shipu)
- Whakapapa: as curricula & pedagogical practice:
an historical, social & philosophical discourse on Māori
engagement with traditional & contemporary education
Genealogy -- study and teaching.
- Who was buried in James Madison’s grave? A Study in Contextual Analysis
On June 29, 1836, James Madison, Jr. was buried in an unmarked grave
beside his parents in the family cemetery at Montpelier. The President’s grave
was later marked in 1857, but his parents still lie unmarked. As many as 100 burials
are contained within the cemetery, but only 31 of these burials are marked
with a gravestone. Utilizing the concept of a cemetery as a community
of the dead, created, maintained, and preserved by the community of the living,
the President’s death, burial and the marking of his grave will be used
as an entry point into the contextual history of the family cemetery.
- YEAR 2004
- A family history / genealogy of the Schauss / Shouse family in North Carolina, 1755-1900
Family history of Johann Adam Schauss of Albisheim, Pfalz (region in southwest
section of Germany). Traces all the male lines during the period of 1620 to 1900
and presents at least one generation of the female lines after their names
changed through marriage. Where possible, primary source documentation.
- A practitioner's perspective: challenges to teaching in a Reform Jewish day school
Genealogy -- Religious aspects.
- A presença oculta genealogia,
identidade e cultura cristã-nova brasileira nos séculos XIX e XX.
Genealogical descendants of this persecuted people
[Jews] and their participation in contemporary Brazilian.
- A scientific dynasty:
probability, liberalism, and the Exner family in imperial Austria
- An Examination of the Meaning of Family Recreational Storytelling
among Parents and their Adult Children
Family history stories appeared to be related to the creation of a family identity.
- An historical geography of the Farnham estates in county Cavan: c. 1650 to c. 1950
Compare: Farnham Papers collection of estate and family papers of the Maxwell family,
Barons, Viscounts and Earls of Farnham
- Archivists and genealogists: past criticisms and current perspectives
Compare: ICA | International Council on Archives
Archivists and Genealogical Researchers
- Automating the Extraction of Domain-Specific Information from the Web
A Case Study for the Genealogical Domain
- Being French in America, 1780-1820
Du Pont family.
- Camp Cimini: the interactive family narrative
A dynamic way to present various stories from different family members
woven together as a braided family narrative.
- Características empreendedoras: o caso da família Schürmann
Identify the Schürmann's Family history and develop a entrepeunering study as well.
- Carolina mountain home:
place, tradition, migration, and an Appalachian musical family
Prince and Queen families.
- Changing through the century: life at the Lott family farm
in the nineteenth century town of Flatlands, Kings County, New York
- Description of paternal lineages in modern Peru based on Y-chromosome haplotypes
Peruvians -- Genealogy.
- Destins de femmes et liens familiaux dans les camps
de réfugiés palestiniens en Jordanie, 1948-2001
Deals with history of women living in Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan
since the 1948 exodus through their family history and relationships.
Includes a micro-historic scale with focuses on family life cycles,
on individual life cycle in history through a study of generations
and lastly on individual biographies within a family biography.
- Die Cruywagens van Suid-Afrika:
'n genealogiese en kultuurhistoriese ondersoek, 1690-1806
The research underlined the basic truth advanced by L. G. Pine in his
The Genealogist's Encyclopedia, namely 'The genealogy of every country
is determined by the course of history; conversely, the history of a country
is elucidated by its genealogy.'
- Family and society in a seventeenth century Ottoman City: the ʻAlamīs of Jerusalem
Examines the life and times of the `Alamī family, an ‘ulamā’ family
of long-standing social and cultural prestige that had been living in
Jerusalem for many generations. Chapter Two looks at the construction
of prestige and elite status through the configuration of lineage and
genealogies and through the marital strategies employed by the `Alamīs.
- Family myths in oral history:
the unsettled narratives of descendants of a missionary-settler family in New Zealand
- Fashioning an ideal of intimacy:
British family portraits 1730-1790
- Genealogical representations in a medieval Icelandic society
(On a stuff "Sagas about Njale") - General history (the corresponding period)
- Généalogies patrimoniales:
la constitution des fortunes urbaines : Le Caire, 1780-1830
- Genealogische Forschung und Identität: US-Amerikaner und-
Amerikanerinnen schweizerischer Abstammung erforschen ihre Familiengeschichte
Americans of Swiss descent explore their family history.
- Genealogy and genocide: the Nazi "ancestral proof" and the Holocaust
Examines the "ancestral proof (Abstammungsnachweis)" requirement,
the method by which one proved one's "racial acceptability" in Nazi Germany.
During the Nazi Era, the vast majority of the German population had to make
an ancestral proof, primarily through provision of genealogical information.
The regime justified the requirement largely by claiming that science had
shown "race-mixing" to be the main cause of cultural and social decline,
and that in Germany Jews were the primary culprits in this regard.
Prior to the Third Reich, many of the officials involved in implementing
the ancestral proof had been genealogical practitioners, and in late 19th
and early 20th-century Germany, genealogical practice was spreading
across socio-economic strata. The false claims of scientific support for
racist ideas were closely related to a respected eugenic ideology that
was an important component of the mainstream genealogical literature
in this period. German firms, for example, incorporated genealogy
into their marketing practices and the vocation of "Professional Kinship
Researcher" became prominent; almost every government, academic,
and religious entity, as well as the individual Germans with whom it
interacted, also treated the requirement as legitimate. Compare:
The Nazi Ancestral Proof: Genealogy, Racial Science, and the Final Solution
Ehrenreich reveals the striking banality of language in the genealogical
investigations and "proofs." Genealogists reported in dry terms whether
an applicant was "deutsch-blütig." Behind that soulless and terrifying
decision lay the possibility that someone would end up on a transport
"to the East." Ehrenreich deserves praise for this study of a seemingly
harmless category of research usually associated with family history.
Under the Nazis a garden-variety historical activity became a tool
in the murder of many of Germany's Jews. Nor did the Nazis'
genealogists suffer unduly after the war. Most lived long,
comfortable lives after the demise of the Reich.
- Genealogy as a source for writing social history case of chalukyan families
. . . Genealogies whether fictitious or real, are found carefully preserved
and transmitted through generations emphasizing on the necessity of maintaining
given social identities and preserving them for posterity. In other words, therefore,
historical research to be undertaken by us in the present study, first aims
at an analysis of the genealogies as a significant source to understand
the thoughts and perceptions of the past as generated by the ruling elites
in pre-modern India. . . . One must thus begin with the assertion that genealogies
should not be treated merely as family records but, rather, as historical narratives
that encompass several crucial issues related to historical memory, temporality,
and sequential narration of names and actions undertaken by individuals
in a rather systematic way. . . . we have focused on the looking at the inscriptions
of the Chajukyas of Badami, Chajukyas of Vengi and Chajukyas of Kalyani.
Though the Chajukyas of Gujarat were also regarded as one of the major
branches of the Chajukyan families yet, we made a conscious omission
of studying the inscriptions of this family primarily because the political
and territorial control of this family lay outside the geographical boundaries
of the Deccan region. Among the minor Chajukyan families we have scrutinized
some of the inscriptions of the Chajukyas of Vemulavada, the Chajukyas
of Mudigonda, the Chajukyas of Nidadavolu and the Chajukyas
of Jananathapuram. While considering the minor Chalukyan families,
we made similar exemptions by excluding the study of inscriptions
of the Chajukyas of Elamanchili and Srikurmam who ruled over rather small
territorial units in the Eastern Deccan. This was mainly because the rule
of these families is located beyond the chronological framework
of what we have defined as the early medieval.
- Granny hunting:
the information seeking behaviour of genealogists in open access libraries
- Héraldique de l'Anjou médiéval aux XIIIe - XIVe siècles
We established a corpus of the coats of arms that could be found in Anjou
in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, based on the armorial bearings
we collected in different collections, from french and europeans archives
or libraries (Maine et Loire collections, BNF, National Archives, Society of
Antiquaries of London). Several supports have been accepted, as seals,
armorials, tombs, stained-glass windows, mural paintings, sculptures,
tapestries and miniatures. This work, thanks to the prosopographic cards
of this medieval angevin armorial, threw light on the angevin genealogies
and on some family policies. At last, we studied particularly, in a family
and heraldic way, the Craon, Mathefelon and Montjean families.
- Herències i patrimonis: dona i transmissió dels béns en un sistema d'herència indivisa:
Les Garrigues, 1680-1930
Women and the transmission of assets in an undivided inheritance system.
- "Hidalgos at long last":
a genealogical-interpretive history of the Hispano people, 1480-2004
In the spring of 1598, a group of Spanish families led by Don Juan de Oñate
settled along the upper Rio Grande Valley and founded the Kingdom and Provinces
of New Mexico. For the past four hundred and five years, these settlers and their
descendants have played a key part in the history of the area now known
as the American Southwest. These 'Hispanos,' a people of mixed European
and Indian ancestry, include approximately 540,000 individuals living today.
- Kinship and community:
an enduring commitment to an interracial family in antebellum South Carolina
- Kinship and government in Chu during the Spring and Autumn era, 722-453 B.C.
China -- Kings and rulers -- Genealogy.
- La noblesse du Midi carolingien: études sur quelques grandes familles d'Acquitaine
et du Languedoc du IXe au XIe siècle, Toulousain, Périgord, Limousin, Poitou, Auvergne
- Les quêteurs de parenté:
rechercher ses origines et établir sa généaloge dans l'Irlande contemporaine
- Life Histories of Successful Black Males Reared in Absent Father Families
Participants attributed their success to faith in God, their mothers, grandmothers,
other extended family, friends, and the Toledo Excel Program.
- Meaning Through Use: Adaptive Reuse of the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal
The Genealogy Library and Archive places an importance on individual
contributions to the history of Georgetown and provides a venue for
the current population to discover this significance. The patrons can
also access other genealogical centers and ascertain their "sense of place"
within their own particular family history.
- O outro lado da família brasileira: mulheres chefes de famílias, 1765-1850
Development of the region of Campinas, highlighting the role of women;
based on documents and dialogue with historiography to date; widows,
married with absent husbands or single; work, and raise children,
support poor relatives.
- On the Edge of Freedom:
Free Black Communities, Archaeology, and the Underground Railroad
Interdisciplinary study of five free black communities that functioned as
Underground Railroad sites along the southern borders of Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois.
- Perfil sócio-cultural dos professores da Rede Oficial
de Ensino do Estado de São Paulo da cidade de São Paulo.
435 questionnaires from São Paulo teachers that included heritage information
on the education and profession of their parents and grandparents,
allowing us to sketch a socio-cultural genealogy.
- Progressive era community-builders:
the Riordan brothers of Flagstaff, Arizona Territory, 1884-1904
- Ritueel van huiselijk geluk : een cultuurhistorische verkenning van de familiefilm
Film and photography offered people new opportunities to record their own history.
- Saber genealógico de niños y niñas entre 6 y 7 años [published 2005]
We propose an exploration of the way children acquire knowledge of kinship,
that is to say the way children discover their place in their family and their
relationship with other relatives. The family is the first group of which
children become members and provides the foundations for their identity.
Understanding of kinship is structured by the prevailing system of family
relations, but it is not a subject formally taught in school. Every child,
therefore, must grasp the principles through its own experience.
We consider the following results to be relevant:
1) Understanding of genealogy, as it involves both affective and logical
aspects, is not correlated to age: children of the same age may have
very different kinds of understanding.
2) There is a strong correlation between interest in learning in school
and interest in genealogical understanding, and also between lack
of interest in learning in school apathy, lack of motivation, lack of
commitment to school obligations and a poor understanding of genealogy.
3) There is an intimate relation between a family context in which the parents
do not adequately assume their parental duties and their place as adult models
and a low (deficient or insufficient) level of genealogical understanding
on the part of the children reared in these families. On the contrary,
the children reared in a family context in which the parents do assume
their functions as models possess a wider and deeper understanding
of genealogy of a symbolic nature (advanced or very advanced).
4) The possibility for the child to produce an understanding of the symbolic nature
of the genealogy of its family and its place within it depends on the attitude
of its parents to allow and promote an investigative spirit in their child.
- "Somos Chilenos, descendientes de Alemanes - vi er chilenere, etterkommere
etter tyskere: om hvordan en etnisk minoritet i Sør-Chile opprettholder sin elitestatus
- Spirituality of labor
In her art, the author explores the division of labor in Thai society,
her own family history, and the transformation of everyday objects
through multiple representations in art.
- Talking back: voices from an empty house:
the interior space of the Frantz-Dunn House as artifact
This study focuses on the family history of three
generations of occupants of the historic dwelling.
- The Cherokee Nation from Indian territory to statehood
and the impact of allotment: one family's story
- The great American garage
How does one explore the suburban home? Go in through the garage, of course.
It is illustrative of the displayed, hidden, and forgotten wonders of the American home.
Within the context of this thesis, established interpretations of the garage program
are used in the form of metaphor and hyperbole to create differing typologies
of the American home; developed out of a very dense genealogy
of American suburban histories and trajectories.
- The happy family and the politics of domesticity, 1840-1870
Families in art.
- The king's blood: royal genealogies, dynastic rivalries
and historical culture in the hundred years war:
a case study of A tous nobles qui aiment beaux faits et bonnes histoires
- The psychology of genealogical research and its potential
for facilitating self-concept change and identity development
- The storied house:
knowing home through a New Mexico family history
- The Ten Eyck family of silversmiths, Albany, New York
Wikipedia: Ten Eyck family
- The Thom family of Culpeper County:
the rise, fall, and restoration of a nineteenth century Virginia planter family, 1746-1935
- The transformational power of genealogy:
know your ancestors, know yourself
- Tribe, Islam and state in Libya:
analytical study of the roots of the Libyan tribal society and interaction up
to the Qaramanli rule (1711-1835) Deals with the acclaimed blood lineage
and the genealogical descent, which compels all Libyans to feel related
to each other. It focused on the events culminating in the composition
of the tribal groupings and the relation between tribes and the Qaramänli
State, which is considered as the first Libyan State with Islam playing an
instrumental role, a State built and destroyed by the tribes. Explain the major
synthesising components of Libyan society, namely Berbero-Arab, Muräbitin
and Karäghla. The study found that Libya is a tribalistic society of multitude
of races and backgrounds and based on Islam and Arabism despite the fact
that some of its people are not ethnically Arabs. The study is divided into
seven chapters preceded by an introduction and followed by the conclusion.
Likewise, every chapter has its own prelude and ending, and supported
by detailed demographical (tribal) maps for Libya's three provinces
in addition to family tress and tables of diverse tribes' names.
- Une famille du Sabarthès
Lordat from the twelfth to the fourteenth century.
- What will become of the aristocrats of the South?:
Wilmington's De Rosset family in the Civil War era
- YEAR 2003
- A certain jog to the memory:
navigating a family history through image and text
- "A country to lift the blood":
portrait of a westering family finding home in the Tetons
- A Gedcom conversion to HTML/XML web utility
Genealogy -- Data processing.
- ʻĀʼilat Ḥarfūsh Bikāsīn wa-furūʻuhā fī Lubnān:
wādī Jizzīn wa-Judaydat Bikāsīn wa-al-Maydān wa-Maghdūshah wa-buldān al-ightirāb
- An army of one ... with dependents: a history of the army family
United States families of military personnel.
- Anhang: Listen und biographisch-genealogische Blätter der hessischen Gesandten
zu den Reichstagen im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert.
Appendix: Biographical and genealogical lists.
- Bassets and Plantagenets:
the education of an aristocratic woman, 1533-1540
- --but I know my lessons:
a personal history of my family
- Cale-Maxwell, a case study:
the middle-class on the Minnesota frontier, 1870-1910
- Die Genealogien der Genesis
[representative of numerous unlisted biblical commentaries]
Compare: Alphabetic History of Civilization: Ancient and Modern Genealogies
- Ethnic identity in Italo-Australian family history: a case study of Giovanni Pullè,
his legacies and his transformations of ethnicity over 125 years
- Étude comparative des caractéristiques démogénétiques
des populations du Bas-Saguenay, du Haut-Saguenay et du Lac-St-Jean
The file population BALSAC helped reconstruct the genealogies of 300
individuals and perform various analyzes demogenetiques.
- Etudes d'anthropologie historique et culturelle sur le M'Zab
Examines social units and their articulation with the Social field, the genealogical
memory of the Mozabite lineage groups, and the complexe history of the relations
between these groups and their Nomadic neighbours and their descendants.
- Exploration of the Relationships Between Child and Family Characteristics,
Pre-Adoptive Risk History, and Adoption Services Utilization
- Exploring the family tapestry:
a grounded theory of multicultural awareness
- Family feuds, family honor, family survival:
the dynamics of kinship networks in the 1692 New England witch-hunt,
a case study of the Towne family
- Family history:
a key to strengthening Mongolia as a nation
- Family oral history projects as a bridge between the classroom and the home:
how teachers can use their own family history project
as a teaching tool in the elementary grades
- Fast registration of tabular document images using the Fourier-Mellin Transform
Family history technology.
- From concept to closet:
Pendleton Woolen Mills and the women's 49'er jacket, 1949-1961
Weaving a family history: the early history of Pendleton Woolen Mills.
- Genealogical tourism in Newfoundland and Labrador
Compare: Newfoundland and Labrador Tourism Information
- Imperial authority and local shrines: the Yoshida house and the creation
of a countrywide Shinto institution in early modern Japan
Examines the formation of central authority that oversaw Shinto priests
and institutions during the early modern period (1568-1868); Yoshida family.
- Kejia huo fang zhi yan jiu: yi Gaoshu Laozhuang wei li [published 2005]
The Hakka (Chinese people); ancestor worship; genealogy; Taiwan.
- Kings, chronologies, and genealogies:
studies in the political history of early medieval Ireland and Wales
- L' information dans la presse magazine généalogique
The French Review genealogy and Ge-Magazine.
- Le récit généalogique
Writing of genealogical account of bourgeois families (Lyon, France),
in the XIXth and XXth century. It endeavours to outline the determining
factors which have led to the emergence of a genealogical self-awareness.
A sociological study of eleven families of amateur genealogists spanning
as well as the study of more than a thousand pages of their accounts,
have enabled me to ascertain that not every individual feels bound
to give a personal genealogical account. Genealogy answers the needs
of families belonging to an elite. These genealogists are individuals
who inherited a sound social position gained. However, they are faced
with the risk of losing it. They belong to a younger branch of the paternal line.
They have experienced the erasure of the memory of their paternal branch.
They restore their legitimacy and to pass on the means which may foresee
the risks to the descendants. They transferred genealogical accounts
structures from the maternal to the paternal line. They wish to produce
a tradition to the descendants. Instead, it must be seen as a legacy,
a precedent enabling them to resists the sociological tensions
affecting their family, enabling them to situate themselves
individually as well as socialising their children.
- Les immigrants Bretons à Bourbon (la Réunion) de 1665 à 1810:
d'après "Le dictionnaire généalogique des familles de l'île Bourbon (la Réunion)"
- Libraries and archives and the family history boom.
An investigation into the impact of the growing interest in family history
upon staff and service management within local studies libraries
and publicly funded archival repositories.
- Litigating identity: the challenge of Aboriginality
Indians of North America -- Genealogy.
- Mapping the genealogical landscape:
kinship and settlement along Moccasin and Indian creeks, Pope County, Arkansas
- Marriage formation in contemporary China
Family -- China.
- 'n Tak van die Swanepoel-familie in Suid-Afrika, 1699 tot 1999:
'n genealogiese en kultuurhistoriese studie
- Naming patterns in the Latin Kingdom of Jerusalem
Occasional publications of the Oxford Unit for Prosopographical Research
- Nourishing roots and inspiring wings:
building a culturally responsive pedagogy for southern Appalachia
(pdf file) Building a Culturally Responsive Pedagogy for Southern Appalacia
- Nursing runs in the family:
an oral history of three generations of nurses from one Australian family
- Patterns from the past: exploring gender and ethnicity through historical
archaeology among fur trade families in the Willamette Valley of Oregon
Ethnohistorical information consisting of traders journals and travelers observations,
as well as documentation from the Hudson's Bay Company, Catholic church records,
and genealogical information helped support and guide this research.
- Prince Petr Soltykoff: an important nineteenth-century collector of medieval art
- Quaker's role in the underground railroad of Schuyler County, New York:
a documentation of the Carman family
- Reaching back, moving forward:
heuristic inquiry into adult learning through personal and family history exploration
- Rechtliche Probleme gewerblicher Erbenermittlung
Legal issues related to commercially active genealogists.
- So Many Places Like Home:
Journeys of a Kansas Essayist
- Surfing for ancestors:
promises and pitfalls of e-genealogy
- Te toi whakairo o Ngāti Kahungunu =
The carving traditions of Ngāti Kahungunu
- The birth of antiquities collections in Rome, 1450-1530
Della Valle, Rossi and Santacroce family art patronage.
- The bosun chair
- The crucible: Pembina and the origins of the Red River Valley Metis
Using genealogy, researchers can name the freemen and link up the Canadian
voyageurs of the early 1800s with the Bois Brules of the Fur Trade War.
- The family war:
motivation and commitment in the American Civil War
- The Holocaust as family history:
beyond the second generation in North American Jewish writing
- The personal family history as an interactive document
Computer art and graphics.
- The Sanson family of executioners
Sanson family prior to the French Revolution;
introduction of the guillotine and Charles-Henri Sanson.
- The state as surrogate father:
state guardianship in Renaissance Florence, 1368-1532
- Written reference services to genealogists at libraries
& information centres in the South Island of New Zealand
- YEAR 2002
- A link to the past, a road to the future:
bringing family history into the elementary classroom
- All that old messuage: a history of 68 High Street Oxford
Diploma in Genealogy and History of the Family -- University of London.
- "Barbarous, and yet mixed with some shew of civilitie":
the Clan MacFarlane of North Loch Lomondside c.1570-1800
- Barrett House : a cultural landscape report
Barrett family; New Ipswich, New Hampshire.
- Basotho family odes (diboko) and oral tradition
Refer to names of families, clans or totems. They constitute poetic compositions
conveying information about clans' historical origin, philosophy and ancestors.
- Caractéristiques démogénétiques des populations de l'Abitibi et du Témiscamingue
Analyze some characteristics of populations démogénétiques Abitibi
and Témiscamingue, from the reconstruction of ascending genealogies
of people from these regions. The sample used in this study consists
of 100 genealogies in both regions.
- Cartography and culture:
achievements of the Irish Ordnance Survey Memoir Scheme 1824-2842
An in-depth ethnographical and historical survey, by outstanding scholars
and administrators, of the Irish people, their culture, folklore, religious practices,
oral histories, and social structures in the first half of the nineteenth century,
and before much was swept away by the great famine, modernization,
and Anglicisation. Reference: Irish Studies Gateway | Ordinance Survey Memoirs
Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University of Belfast, in association
with the Royal Irish Academy, has published the Memoirs in full
to provide a unique source for the cultural heritage of our community.
The 40 volumes and accompanying index act as a nineteenth-century
Domesday book, and are essential to the understanding of the cultural
heritage of our communities. The Memoirs record landscape,
buildings and antiquities, land-holdings and population,
and employment and livelihood of the parishes.
- Center for research and genealogical studies
- Claiming a culture
New Mexico -- Genealogy; Baca and Stapleton families.
- Creative Book Arts Preserving Family History
For the project I have developed a series of four artist's books
from material I have collected pertaining to my family history.
- Cultural Heritage and identity
Scottish Canadians -- Genealogy.
- Das Recht auf Kenntnis der eigenen Abstammung
als Element der Persönlichkeitsentwicklung
The Constitutional Court has developed a child's right to know one's ancestry
for several years without preliminary discussion. The knowledge should be
understood as identity and individualization feature. Accordingly, the author
examines the concept of descent from a historical perspective. Whether the
knowledge of descent from a psychological point of view is to be understood
as identity marker is analyzed taking into account the identity theory of Erikson.
With regard to the disintegration of traditional family structures, knowledge
of the origin is investigated as a possible Individualierungsmerkmal.
Finally, give interviews with adult adoptees a sense of the motives
for exploring the biological descent. [published 2005]
- David Charteris McArthur: a colonial gentleman
Australia -- Genealogy.
- Die frühen Könige von Tibet und ihre Konstruktion in den religiösen Überlieferungen
The early kings of Tibet. [published 2004]
- Die gens Ausoniana an der Macht:
Untersuchungen zu Decimius Magnus Ausonius und seiner Familie
- Do Native American and Hispanic women maintain
their cultural identity in an interracial marriage?
Depends upon a community that can articulate and pass on a level of
knowledge of family history, ancestry, language, traditions and practices.
- Essai sur l'origine des touaregs de la région de Tombouctou (Mali):
étude d'ethnologie comparative
Trace the migration of the Tuareg, to authenticate genealogical affiliations,
manuscripts, and critique oral traditions relating to origins.
- Ethnogénèses des migrations germaniques: une approche ethnométhodologique
Chapter 26 draws the conclusion: "Germania" was originally a political creation
of Cesar and included, besides some Celtic tribes, a majority of Baltic, Slavonic
and "proto-Slavonic" peoples. The great new tribes of the so-called "Migration
of Nations" were new creations, due to "ethnogenetic kernels" of Eurasian nomads,
originally iranophones (Alans, Roxolans, Jazyges). This explains also the similarities
between the irano-Parthian and the later western feudalism . \ Chapter 27: "Coda"
sketches the historical, philosophical and political origin of the later developed,
and now traditional image of the "Migration of the Germanic or Teutonic Nations"
- Faith enough to move mountains:
the Dorlands and the Quakers of Upper Canada, 1784-1955
- Family voices: the creative expression of the familiar
- From generation to generation: family stories, computers and genealogy
Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Dept. of Architecture.
Program In Media Arts and Sciences
- Ganttown Gant family genealogy: the descendants of Samuel Gant
from Washington Township, Gloucester County, New Jersey
- Genealogies of difference:
European representations of the Amerindians and Indians
- Histoire, mémoire et pouvoir:
les généalogies en rouleau des rois d'Angleterre, 1250-1422
- Homecomings: Genealogy, Heritage-tourism
and Identity in the Scottish Highland Diaspora
Compare: Highland Homecomings:
Genealogy and Heritage Tourism in the Scottish Diaspora
The first full-length ethnographic study of its kind, Highland Homecomings
examines the role of place, ancestry and territorial attachment in the context
of a modern age characterized by mobility and rootlessness. With an inter-
disciplinary approach, speaking to current themes in anthropology, archaeology,
history, historical geography, cultural studies, migration studies, tourism studies,
Scottish studies, Paul Basu explores the journeys made to the Scottish Highlands
and Islands to undertake genealogical research and seek out ancestral sites.
- "I wish they were all here":
Scottish Highlanders in Ohio, 1802-1840
- "In the midst of a cruel war": the family papers of Robert Hancock Wood
United States Civil War -- Confederate.
- Internally displaced people in Colombia
Genealogies of a category in motion.
- Jia zu yu she hui bian qian: Jiangxi Ji'an Dihua Zhou shi ge an yan jiu
Clan and social change: case study of the Dihua Zhou clan of Jian, Jiangxi.
- Journal de ma vie de François de Bassompierre: édition critique
Recounts the years he spent in France et his ceaseless journeys across
seventeenth century Europe. The texte, from the original manuscript,
is preceded by a literary introduction, several appendices (genealogy,
maps, glossary, abbreviations) and a bibliography.
Index of people's names and places.
- L'accès aux origines de l'enfant adopté
- Landscapes of lineage:
Nahua pictorial genealogies of early Colonial Tlaxcala, Mexico
- Les Becquerel ou Le devoir de transmettre
les Becquerel au XIXe siècle et au début du XXe siècle.
- "Ligne de reis": culture historique, représentation du pouvoir royal et construction
de la mémoire nationale en Angleterre à travers les généalogies royales
en rouleau du milieu du XIIIe siècle au début du XVe siècle [published 2007]
References: 13th and early 14th century illustrated
genealogical manuscripts in roll and codex:
Peter of Poitiers' Compendium, universal
histories and chronicles of the kings of England
Digitised Manuscripts - Genealogical Chronicle
of the English Kings, with Details of an item
Medieval and Earlier Manuscripts, with Facebook albums
World Chronicle with the Descent of the Kings
of England from Adam and Eve to Richard III
- Linking generations: the family legacies of older Armenian mothers
Families stay connected over time through
the intergenerational transmission of legacies.
- Lords of creation:
household and family structure in the eighteenth-century Chesapeake.
Plantation life; Maryland and Virginia.
- Mémoires pétrolières au Gabon
Territorial and genealogical knowledge of the nomad tribes represented
the main aspect of collective memory during Gabon's pre-colonial period.
Memory was transmitted through orality in a context of slavery.
This context caused the appearance of a social hierarchy within tribes
and among those established along the river Ogooué. Slavery was
the first economic cycle to bind Europe to future Gabon.
- Negotiating the course of empire: the French bourgeois frontier
and the emergence of mid-America, 1763-1863 [Chouteau family]
- Peremyšl'skaâ šlâhta vtoroj poloviny XIV-načala XVI veka:
- Pulling onions: an exploration of memory's inheritance
Family -- History.
- Re-construction of the Turkish Cypriot sense of self
in selected newspapers in the TRNC
Turks -- Cyprus -- Genealogy.
- Resourcing sources:
[the use of computers in developing prosopographical methodology]
- Strengthening the connections among school, family, and community:
b the family memory box project (sic)
- Sursum! Memória da tradição:
a ação pedagógica de Anfrísia Augusto Santiago (Bahia, 1927-1950).
- The aitu Nafanua and the history of Samoa:
a study in the relationship between spiritual and temporal power
- The Brignole : family and personal relationships,
networks and the conservation of trust in el siglo de los genovśes, 1514-1640
- The construction of public history and tourist destinations in Cape Town's townships:
a study of routes, sites and heritage
Includes: Genealogy and development of township tourism.
- The Druces of Eynsham:
a history of a farming family in the 19th century [England; published 1983]
- The ethnographic meaning of narrative in identity formation:
a collaborative ethnography
Anaconda, Montana -- Genealogy; Anderson family.
- The Faizelot Delorme: father & sons
Cabinetmakers; Paris, France.
- The Hill-Evans feud:
extralegal violence in antebellum Kentucky: a thesis [Garrard County, Kentucky]
- The pursuit of popular genealogy
- Throw the wire!: Memories from the hollows of West Virginia
"My goal ... is to spark my readers to communicate with family members
about their past and record their own histories ..."
- Two Navajo clan traditions:
our mothers, our fathers, our connections
- Vatertheorien Geschichte und Perspektive
The book analyzes the major theories father and father images on the basis
of pedagogical, psychological, and sociological contributions of the last 250 years.
- Von Koenens Herero-Genealogie:
eine Fallstudie zur Analyse von Genealogien
- When you know your past, you understand yourself:
the Joshua Thomas Willis story
- Within the house of Godwine:
a study of eleventh century personality and the pursuit of power
Great Britain -- Goodwin family.
- YEAR 2001
- A selective annotated bibliography on personal accounts
of life on Waiheke Island, 1900-2000
- Aging in Exile: Mental Health,
Family and the Meanings of History for Cuban Elders in South Florida
Illustrates the experiences of migration,
mental health, family and the meanings of history.
- Borges, Belino e Bento: a fala ritual entre os tapuios de Goiás
Tapajó Indians -- Genealogy. [published 2002]
- Common roots:
the Godchaux family in Louisiana history, literature, and public folklore
- Communities of kinship: Antebellum families on the cotton frontier
The evidentiary base for this study is the compilation of almost 7,000 individuals
connected by kinship to George Keesee, who immigrated to Virginia about 1700.
. . . I argue for the incorporation of genealogical methodology
into standard methods of historical inquiry.
- Corrientes poder y aristocracia
Argentina -- Genealogy. [published 2002]
- Cultural continuity and change:
a Spanish Creole family in Antebellum Pensacola, Florida [Gonzalez family]
- Darius I and the formation of the achaemenid empire:
communicating the creation of an empire.
- Der Erbensucher-Fall:
außervertragliche Ansprüche eines Genealogen gegen aufgefundene Erben;
eine rechtsvergleichende Analyse der Rechtsprechung und Lehre
zum österreichischen und deutschen Recht der Geschäftsführung
ohne Auftrag und der ungerechtfertigten Bereicherung
- Die Heiratspolitik des deutschen Hochadels im 12. Jahrhundert [2001/2002]
12th century marriage policy of the German nobility. [published 2004]
- Etude du 'Meiko Zukan':
Les écoles d'armuriers au Japon, du XVIe au milieu du XVIIIe siècle
The Myochin invented a mythical genealogy by tracing their lineage
to the fourth century. Becoming head of the family in 1714,
Myochin Munemasa began to compile a collection of drawings of pieces
of armor made by his ancestors, somehow a volume of illustrations of genealogy.
- Famille et noblesse en Provence orientale
de la fin du XVIIe siècle à la veille de la Révolution
- Genealogy research, Internet research and genealogy tourism
This paper defines genealogists, how they use the Internet,
the Internet’s affect on the quantity or quality of their travel and research.
- Genetic states: collective identity and genetic nationalism in Iceland and Quebec
Population genetics studies, coupling genealogical and genetic information, are being
launched in many places around the world. Examples include commercial projects,
scientific inquiries into the determinants of disease, efforts to better understand
healthcare needs, and attempts to trace the histories of groups.
- Genome descent in isolated populations
Hutterian Brethren -- Genealogy.
- In their own image:
five generations of a Mexican American working class family in Los Angeles
- Königtum in Rajasthan:
Legitimation im Mewar des 7. bis 15. Jahrhunderts [published 2002]
- La famille d'Albon en Lyonnais à la fin du Moyen âge
Geneanet: Généalogie de la famille d'Albon
- La famille Miron:
parentés, politique et promotion sociale (XVIe-XVIIe siècles)
- Les Desjarlais:
aboriginal ethnogenesis and diaspora in a Canadien family
- Les dix premières années de l'Ecole Supérieure de Pharmacie de Nancy (1872-1882):
généalogie de G. E. Strohl, pharmacien militaire, agrégé
- Les Vernejoul du Moyen Age à nos jours:
histoire sociale et généalogique d'une famille française [published 2002]
- "My family is my all":
the Civil War letters of a Minnesota farm family
- 'n Genealogiese en kultuurhistoriese studie
van die Coreejes-familie in Suid-Afrika: 1800-2000
Summary in Afrikaans.
- Nachlaßpfleger und Erbenermittler
Reports from the Law
- Negotiating tradition and technology:
Benziger Brothers' trade catalogues of church goods, 1879-1937
- Permanence et mutations d'une famille au sein d'une communauté
des Pyrénées catalanes: les Justafré de Las Illas, du XVIe au milieu du XIXe siècle
The genealogical reconstitution of the Justafré family between 1497 and 1841 confirms
that they are native of Las Illas, an isolated parish since 1659 in the Catalan Pyrenees
between France and Spain. The prosopography of the male Justafrés, frome the XVIth
to the XIXth century, shows their demographic and their socio-economic evolutions,
based on farming, breeding and crafts, in the communities of Roussillon
and Catalogne around Las Illas.
- Personal Narrative and Oral History in the High School Classroom: A Qualitative Study
This dissertation reports findings of a study to determine effects of utilizing family or
oral history as an ongoing component in two high school United States history classes.
- Probabilistic methodology for genealogical record linkage:
increasing classification rates and decreasing unclassified rates
- Race mixture and the meaning of Brazil:
class and nation in the Zona Sul of Rio de Janeiro
Genealogies I: race mixture in Grand Historical Narratives of "Brazilian Civilization" --
Genealogies II: race mixture and middle-class discourses of the Nation --
- Recognizing records from the extracted cells of genealogical microfilm tables
Genealogy -- Computer programs.
- Regular, honest and diligent lives: female life histories in a Tuscan town
The study in social anthropology is an historical ethnography
of a central Italian small town, Montevarchi.
- Representation and participation in the European Human Genome Diversity Project
- Ritual and performance in Spanish royal festivals from 1400 to 1700
With the advent of the Habsburg dynasty in the early 1500s, the royal civic festivals
develop a language that seeks to express the connection with the transcendental
world by means of the genealogical arguments that this family traditionally exploited
to defend their right to the Holy Roman Empire. Such arguments, which imply
the descent of the monarch from divine beings and his providential destiny,
were expressed in theatrical spectacles in the late 1500s and the 1600s
created by playwrights like Lope de Vega and Calderón.
- Satyre Menippee de la vertu catholicon et de la tenue des estats de Paris,
For the first time, we give Name index, place index, maps,
genealogies and chronologies, language study and glossary.
- Se creer des ancetres: les ecrits historiques et genealogiques
des de Forest et des Forest d'Amerique du Nord, 19e et 20e siecles
The exercise of genealogy in North America in the 19th and 20th centuries.
Compare: The De Forests and the Walloon founding of New Amsterdam
- Successful aging:
investment in genealogy as a function of generativity, mobility and sense of place
Study of how genealogy fulfills generative needs and provides a sense of place
for highly mobile, long-term participants, based on a survey
of 4109 genealogists and family historians.
- The ancestry and genetic history of the Icelanders:
an analysis of mtDNA sequences, Y chromosome haplotypes and genealogies
- The Coy family odyssey:
the wanderings of my ancestors, 1738-1897
- The creation of a New England gentry:
the Winslows of Plymouth Colony; a thesis
- The genealogical narrative
Note: Department of Philosophy.
- The Langford family in their drawing room:
an exceptional nineteenth century portrait
- The Muũnoz family history:
cultural formation and transformation in the economic mainstream
- The royal genealogy of Mater Spania: an Isidorean legacy
- The tsar's descent from caesar:
clans, genealogy, mythmaking, and statehood in Russia, 1400-1550
In the early sixteenth century, a new story about the origin of the Russian
princes appeared, tracing their origins back to Caesar Augustus. In 1547,
it was incorporated into the coronation ceremony of the young Ivan IV
(later Ivan the Terrible), when he assumed the throne and claimed the title
"Tsar" of all Russia. This dissertation argues that the crucial element
in the formulation was not 'tsar' or 'caesar' but descent, not empire
but genealogy. Beginning with a genealogical database of 1600 Russian
princes, this dissertation shows their complex kin relations and political
behavior based on complicated clan hierarchies. By carefully tracking
the genealogical records kept by the princes themselves, this dissertation
demonstrates that princes did indeed cultivate a broader clan consciousness.
Moscow became the dominant political center on the eastern border of Europe
through the conceptual framework of interlinked clans, which created
a complex, hierarchy of stakeholder princes.
- Transitory places: a water terminal and immigration station for East Boston
The focus of the design has been the archival library in which one can engage
one's own personal identity and heritage on the very site where, potentially,
one's ancestors arrived one hundred years ago. Genealogical research
can be conducted in the dynamic spaces above the water so that there
is a possibility of overlapping past and present experiences as well
as connecting people around the world via modern technologies.
- Whanau Whakapakari:
a Māori-centred approach to child rearing and Parent-training programmes
Values identified from these participants confirmed the central role
of whanaungatanga (family connections), whakapapa (genealogy),
and awhinatanga (support) for Māori.
- What marvells
Generations of women; Australia -- Genealogy.
- Witches and poisoners in the colonial Chesapeake
Life stories of five women who were tried for witchcraft,
or the allied crime of poisoning, in the Chesapeake colonies
of Virginia and Maryland between 1685 and 1748. Their lives,
families, social networks, and neighborhoods are reconstructed
through genealogical and historical methodologies. Sources used
to piece together the women's stories include original and published
records, community studies, county histories, maps, genealogies,
archaeological discoveries, building reconstructions, and Chesapeake
social history. The women's life stories illustrate the complex intersections
of class, race, and gender with witchcraft accusations.
- YEAR 2000
- A family history book:
design to production
- A genealogy of genealogical practices: the development and use
of medical pedigrees in the case of Huntington's disease. [published 2003]
- A perfect childhood: growing up in a rural abolitionist family
- Afghans and Shaikhzadas in the nobility of Shah Jahan
- An interpretive biography of K. Ross Toole: a legacy of leadership in Montana
College Teachers -- Educators -- Historians.
- Aun en la muerte separados:
class, clergy, and society in Aragua de Barcelona, Venezuela, 1820-1875
Two folded genealogical tables in pocket.
- Cemetery survey of the Wesley United Methodist Church, Beaufort, South Carolina
- Chosŏn hugi tansŏng chiyŏk ŭi sahoe pyŏnhwa wa sajokch'ŭng ŭi taeŭng
Sanch'ŏng-gun (Korea) -- Genealogy.
- Continuité gentilice et continuité familiale
dans les familles sénatoriales romaines à l'époque impériale: mythe et réalité
- Creando la nación:
tradición, genealogías y modernización en la literatura del siglo XIX en Venezuela
- Darstellung der Entwicklung des personenbezogenen Steingrabmales
in der christlichen Friedhofskultur der Bundesrepublik Deutschland
im 20. Jahrhundert samt einer Dokumentation von Prominentengrabmälern
und deren Wertung unter dem Gesichtspunkt des Personenbezugs
Tombs -- History -- Genealogy.
- Die Familie von Fellenberg und die Schulen von Hofwyl:
Erziehungsideale, "häusliches Glück" und Unternehmertum
einer bernischen Patrizierfamilie in der ersten Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts
- Die Marwāniden von Diyār Bakr:
eine kurdische Dynastie im islamischen Mittelalter
- El conde Suero Vermúdez: su parentela y su entorno social:
la aristocracia asturleonesa en los siglos XI y XII [published 2001]
- From European to American: a three generation journey
Lackey Family. My mother's family came from Europe during the eighteenth
century before the American Revolution. They came from many European
countries: England, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Wales, Germany and France,
and all came in search of one thing--land.
- From mountains to prairies: a case study of rural ethnic community formation
- Genealogical figures in an Arabian Indian Ocean diaspora
Arab countries -- Genealogy.
- Greater than a mother's love:
kinship in the spirituality of Francis and Clare of Assisi [republished: 2010]
Gilberto Cavazos-González’s Greater Than a Mother’s Love is the first
to investigate their spirituality in the context of family relationships.
He delves into the writings of Francis and Clare and illustrates
how both used observations of their various human relationships
to understand their experiences with God.
- Historical ethnology: a Louisiana reconnection two hundred years later
Pecquet du Bellet family.
- Kiškų gimine Lietuvos Didžiojoje Kunigaikštysteje XV a. pab. - XVII a:
(genealoginis tyrimas): daktaro disertacijos santrauka Humanitariniai mokslai,
istorija (05 H)
- L' aristocratie et le pouvoir à Byzance au XIIIe siècle (1204-1310)
Volume 1 : Social data.
Prosopography of careers, genealogies and repertory of properties,
given in alphabetical order of families and then in chronological order
of individuals. They rally large factions intended to the conquest of power.
These factions are often controlled by a family matrimonially linked
with allied lineages, and are in particular set up in an area
and associated with local saints cults.
- La Colonisation française aux Antilles:
les Aquitains à Saint-Domingue (XVIIe-XVIIIe siècles)
- Land Surveys and the Robinsons of North Kildare (1769-1864)
A significant outcome of this study is the Robinson Family Genealogy line,
which has been prepared to correlate with each of the seven surveys.
- Les Sassenage et les Bérenger des origines au début du XVIè siècle
- Les sires d'Andlau (fin du XIIe - début du XVIe siècle):
un lignage noble au temps des châteaux forts
- Lun Kaixi bei fa qian Lu You yu Wu shi jia zu zai Sichuan de bei fa qing kuang
Lu You and Wu Family Jubilee.
- Maketu Cemetery, Ramarama:
historic summary and conservation policy recommendations
- On ancestral graphs in theoretical population genetics
under recombination and selection
Genealogy -- Mathematical models.
- On the hallowed hill:
an analysis of historic cemeteries within the Great Smoky Mountains National Park
North Carolina and Tennessee.
- Onomastique et parenté dans l'Occident médiéval
- Places like home: Islam, matriliny, and the history of family in Minangkabau
Ethnographic history of a Sumatran community in the 19th and early 20th centuries.
- Phenomenology: architecture as a virtual gateway
a virtual-enhanced sensory museum for genealogical research
- Racines et enracinement: parenté et localité dans la France contemporaine
Genealogie: aspect anthropologique.
- Scandal of patriotism:
the forgotten contributions of Michigan's Native Americans,
women, and African-Americans during the Civil War
- Shadow genealogies: memory and identity among urban Muslims in Macedonia
Explores identity transformations under conditions of intense sociopolitical change.
- Squatting landscapes in south-eastern Australia (1820-1895)
De salis family. [published 1999]
- Stability in the family farm
Family farms; Bee family.
- The Chinnery family papers (1793-1843)
- The Claytons and their circle:
new English arrivals in early seventeenth-century Cork [Ireland]
- The Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem:
a dynastic history 1099-1125
- The evolution of Hawaiian socio-political complexity:
an analysis of Hawaiian oral traditions
- The world fill'd with a generation of bastards:
Pregnant brides and unwed mothers in seventeenth-century Massachusetts
I conducted a group study of women prosecuted for fornication or bastardy,
and men prosecuted for fornication or named in paternity cases in the
Essex County, Massachusetts, Quarterly courts between 1640 and 1692.
I analyzed prosecution and conviction rates, sentencing patterns, and
socio-economic and attitudinal data. Ministers and magistrates successfully
curbed the sexuality of young persons who conformed to the dominant
ideology that marriage was the only appropriate venue for sexual intercourse.
- Those were the days: All in the family and the reinvention of the television family
Wikipedia: All in the Family
- Threads: intertwining the language of quilting with family history
- Ursprung und Kontinuität Studien zum genealogischen Wissen im Mittelalter
In view of design principles and concepts of time, argumentation and legitimation
strategies and socio-historical features and benefits of genealogies are examined.
- Voies de traverse obligées: Mémoire et témoignage dans les textes littéraires
des auteurs femmes juives en Allemagne et en France après Auschwitz
- Volo vincere cum meis vel occumbere cum eisdem:
Studien zu Simon von Montfort und seinen nordfranzösischen Gefolgsleuten
während des Albigenserkreuzzugs (1209 bis 1218) [published 2001]
- YEAR 1999
- A casa dos Coutinhos: linhagem, espaço e poder (1360 - 1452)
- A place in history: genealogy, Jewish identity, modernity
[published 1999 / 2000]
- A Study of the Utilization of Local History
and Genealogy Collections in Public Libraries in Ohio., 1999-Jun
- African-Virginian extended kin: the prevalence
of West African family forms among slaves in Virginia, 1740-1870
Ancestors II Instructional Media Project (Television program);
Marketing research study; Case studies.
- Ancestry of modern Indian populations
India -- Genealogy.
- Aristocratic and noblewomen and power
in the twelfth-century Anglo-Norman realm.
- Aristocratic family identity in the Roman Republic
Rome, Italy -- Genealogy -- Etruscans -- Latini -- Sabines.
- Chosŏn hugi muban kamun ŭi pŏryŏrhwa wa kŭ sŏnggyŏk
Korea -- Genealogy -- Chosŏn dynasty, 1392-1910;
power-grouping and characteristics of military nobility clans
in the late period of the Chosun dynasty.
- Convergence or divergence: Uighur family change in Urumqi
China -- Ürümqi -- Uighur (Turkik people).
- Création d'une collection anthropologique de référence et application
des caractères discrets dans le cas de généalogies connues
(Creating an anthropological reference collection and application
of discrete characters in the case of known genealogies.)
- Cultura y vida cotidiana de las familias prominentes porfirianas
de la ciudad de México y Yucatán microtarjeta. [Genealogía]
- Das gesicherte Erbe:
Heirat in lokalen und familialen Kontexten; Innichen 1700-1900 [published 2003]
Marriage, local, family and kinship networks of relationships; extensive research
(matriculation in the monastery archives Candido, Dispensansuchen
and Konsistorialakten in the Diocesan Archives Brixen, minutes of meetings
in the municipal archives and Candido Verfachbücher in Innsbruck Tyrolean Archive).
- Der congenitale Faktor XIII-Mangel: eine Darstellung anhand eines Familien-Reports,
genealogischer Recherchen und einer kritischen Sichtung der aktualisierten Literatur
- Die Vorfahren und Verwandten der steirischen Gewerkensgattin
Maria Elisabeth Stampfer (gest. 1700): ein Beitrag zur steirischen Wirtschafts-
und Sozialgeschichte in der frühen Neuzeit:
Diplomarbeit Delle Torre, Stampfer, and Tengg families.
- El libro verde de Aragon.
Contribution à l'étude du problème juif dans la Péninsule Ibérique (XVe-XVIIe siècles)
- Frederick County probate inventories, 1744-1754
- Genealogy and the internet
Compare: Browse by Country | Learn | FamilySearch.org
Compare: Cyndi's list [Cyndi's List] by Author Cyndi (Ingle) Howells
Compare: Easy Family History
Compare: Family Genealogy and History Internet Education Directory™ - Wiki
Compare: Genealogy, Family Trees & Family History Records at Ancestry.com
Compare: Genealogy - Wikibooks, open books for an open world
Compare: Global Gateway: World Culture & Resources (Library of Congress)
Compare: List of sovereign states - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Compare; Portals to the World from the Library of Congress
taken down on September 16, 2010 in order to perform
a comprehensive review of its content.
Compare: WorldGenWeb Project
- Genealogy, consanguinity, and the Counts of Anjou in the eleventh century
Wikipedia: Counts and dukes of Anjou
- Generaciones Y Semblanzas: [Breve análisis (pdf)]
Memory and Genealogy in Medieval Iberian Historiograhpy
Generations and Sketches. [published 1999 / 2003]
- He kupu tuku iho mō tēnei reanga: Te āhua o te tuku kōrero
New Zealand. The primary objective of this thesis focuses on the nature
of transmission of oral narratives, based on the relationship formed
between the recipient and the source.
- House of miracles:
a Muselman family history
- Huntington's Chorea in Lake Lillian:
the destruction and stigmatization of a founding family
Reference: Rev. Johannes Andreas Johannessen Bomstad (1821 - 1896) - Genealogy
- Kalhauṛā daur-i ḥukūmat (1681-1783)
Sindh (Pakistan) -- Kings and rulers -- Genealogy. [published 2004]
- Kinship, environment and the Forest Service:
homesteading in Oregon's Coast Range [published 1998]
- L'image de soi du patriarcat vénitien au XVIE-XVIIE siècles
The self-image of the Venetian patriarchy XVIe-XVIIe centuries; from family archives.
- La construction du lien de filiation entre trois générations de femmes.
Repères pour une analyse clinique d’entretiens de recherche
- La société aristocratique dans le Haut-Maine: (XIe - XIIe siècles)
France -- Genealogy.
- Les demoiselles de Saint-Cyr, [maison royale d'education], (1686-1793)
France. Education of daughters from impoverished noble families.
The personal details for all the pupils (3,152 names) have been computerized;
includes all these hitherto forgotten young girls, who were each raised
and educated there for about 10 years; an education they subsequently
passed on to their descendants well into the first quarter of the 19th century.
- Lignages et châteaux en Bretagne avant 1350
Begins with a study of the building families, giving a rather comprehensive
vision of the great Breton feudal society in 1294. The members of the ducal
lineage are first introduced, then presented by bailiffs, the medieval districts
of that period. Family trees then help to understand the descendants.
- Linajes nobiliarios en el Reino de León:
parentesco, poder y mentalidad (siglos IX-XIII)
- Lineage, language and legitimacy: visual and textual modes of genealogical display
Burgundy, France -- Genealogy; Newberry Library (Case 166), Chicago, Illinois.
- Mémoires du Cambodge
Memories of Cambodia; « Mémoires du Cambodge »
Devoted to what is now called the "Era average" of Cambodian history,
from the disintegration of the Angkorian Empire to the Fourteenth century
to the beginnings of French colonization in the Nineteenth century. Source
in formal and linguistic terms (inscriptions in Khmer, Pali and Sanskrit manuscripts
and oral legends Khmer temples, statues and bas-reliefs, ethnographic experiences
old and new) and the other on the status of the source and the report of the historian,
as an interpreter of memory, with sources.
- Miguel Romero y Baca and the early settlement of Las Vegas, New Mexico
Baca, Delgado and Romero families.
Computer network resources -- Genealogy -- Interactive multimedia.
- Out of mind, out of sight: Ohio women convicted of insanity, 1874-1940
Asylum admittance records offered clues about what family and community
members understood about insanity because court clerks and hospital nurses
recorded complaints lodged against those women who were subsequently
incarcerated in lunatic asylums.
- Petrography and petrogenesis of metamorphic blocks at the base of a granitic plution,
Vinalhaven Island, Southeastern Maine
- Piano manufacturers and artists: their relationship and its consequences
Henry Engelhard Steinway and his children. Wikipedia: Henry E. Steinway
- Reflections in the looking glass: a reflective genealogical study
of the lives, stories, and times of the ancestors of Holly B. Bragdon
- Régionalisation du pool génique québécois:
analyse du devenir des gènes fondateurs
- Relative research: using genealogy to teach English
- Representing Anglo-Indians: a genealogical study
India -- Genealogy. [published 1999 / Thesis 2000 / published 2004]
- Soxtonokmu' (CA-SBa-167): an analysis of artifacts and economic patterns
from a Late Period Chumash village in the Santa Ynez Valley
California -- Genealogy.
- The age of the mutations in the Finnish disease heritage:
a genealogical and linkage disequilibrium study [theageof.pdf]
- "The consummation of empire": the Vansyckel family bedchamber suite
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. [published 1998]
- The Cranch family, communication, and identity formation in the early republic
- The Elijah Reed story:
a chronicle of an African American family, 1739-1940
- The Huguenot settlements in Ireland
Based on a thesis which was awarded the Blake National History Scholarship
of Trinity College, Dublin
Reprint. Originally published: London : Longmans, Green, 1936
- The Importance of Being Noble:
Genealogie im Alltag des englischen Hochadels in Mittelalter und Früher Neuzeit
- The Legh of Booths Muniments (c.1280-1808):
The Study of a Cheshire Family Through Its Archive
- The 'old macaroni factory' 1859: registered by Heritage Victoria,
classified by the National Trust National Estate Listing & the Lucini family [Australia]
- The restaurant industry in Providence, Rhode Island, 1890-1925
- The Rothschilds of the East: Orientalizing in Anglo-Jewish assimilation, c. 1860-1890
Great Britain -- Sassoon family.
- The self-presentation of the family: the function of classical Attic peribolos tombs
- The Tilghmans of Maryland's Eastern Shore, 1660-1793
- The work of Berthe Morisot and Mary Cassatt as visual records
of the lives of women in nineteenth century French bourgeois society
- Three generations of planter-businessmen: the Tayloes,
slave labor, and entrepreneurialism in Virginia, 1710-1830
- Towards an ethnography of voice in Amerafrican culture:
an oral traditional register in four women's narratives
- Überforderung - Widerstand - Resignation in der Kirche und ihrem Umfeld:
dargestellt an Amtsträgern und einzelnen Gemeindegliedern der Kirchgemeinde
Frauenkappelen im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert: Studie über die Normen,
die die Kirche durchzusetzen versuchte, und deren Auswirkungen auf die Menschen
Enth. ferner chronografische Genealogien der Familien Dubois, Galey, Hänggeli,
Herren, Hyler, Isenschmid, Krattiger, Kuhn, Marthaler, Nyffenegger, Riesenmey,
Sahli, Schmid, Tschannen, Weyer, Widmer und Wyss.
- Vies de saints, vie de famille: représentation et système de la parenté dans
le Royaume mérovingien (481 - 751) d'après les sources hagiographiques
- YEAR 1998
- A cultural and historical analysis of demographic trends
and family management strategies among the Tibetans of Nubri, Nepal
- A genealogical analysis of the Tangier Island population
Tangier Island, Virginia.
- A reel pastime: the Sottile family and Charleston motion picture exhibition
- Adel im Übergang: die Fürsten und Grafen von Löwenstein-Wertheim
zwischen Landesherrschaft und Standesherrschaft, 1780-1850 [published 2000]
- An ethnography of reciprocity among Chamorros in Guam
The Chamorros, Guam's indigenous population, are the subjects of this study.
This qualitative study highlights the Chamorro tradition of reciprocal aid witnessed
during events surrounding the life cycle (i.e., birth, marriage, death) when network
relations are activated and reciprocity ensues. Data collection methods include
informal interviewing, participant-observation, the collection of life histories,
and documentation of family genealogies.
- An Evaluation of Genealogical Collections as Perceived
by the Members of the Ohio Genealogical Society, Summit County Chapter.
- Aqui tudo é parente!: um estudo das práticas e idéias em relação
ao tempo e ao espaço entre camponeses do Pantanal de Mimoso.
- Biografi og subjektivitet:
et bidrag til selvoptagethedens genealogi: ph.d.-afhandling [published 2000]
- Bréifne: an early history of the Ua Ruaire dynasty
Ireland -- Genealogy -- O'Rourke family.
- Bürgertum in Stuttgart Beiträge zur "Ehrbarkeit" und zur Familie Autenrieth
Beiträge zur württembergischen Ehrbarkeit im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert mit
einer genealogisch-soziologischen Untersuchung
der ältesten Stuttgarter Familien Autenrieth
- Children in the Roman world:
status and the growth of identity
- De generatione Christi: ein typologisches Lehrgedicht des hohen Mittelalters
(inc. Prima luce deum) [published 1999]
- Die Freiherrn Binder von Krieglstein: Studien zur Genealogie und Besitzgeschichte
einer elsäßisch-österreichischen Adelsfamilie unter besonderer Berücksichtigung
der Bedeutung einzelner Familienmitglieder
in der Zeit Maria Theresias und der Ära Metternich
- Die Herberts of Swansea und die Fürstenberg-Waterlappe: Gentry und
deutscher Niederadel während des späten Mittelalters und der frühen Neuzeit
- Die Koreses: Geschichte einer griechischen Familie im Übergang
von der spätbyzantinischen zur osmanischen Zeit (ca. 1200-1600)
Chios Island, Greece -- Venice, Italy -- Genealogy.
- Famille, succession, émigration au Pays basque au XIXe siècle:
étude des pratiques successorales et des comportements migratoires
au sein des familles basques [published 1999]
- Familie, Verwandtschaft und Karriere bei den Gonzaga:
Struktur und Funktion von Familie und Verwandtschaft bei den Gonzaga
und ihren deutschen Verwandten (1444 - 1519) [published 2002]
- Family folklore and the role of storytelling:
the study of a family and the Syrian Jewish community in Brooklyn
- Family, followers and friends:
the socio-political dynamics of the Anglo-Norman aristocracy, 1100-1204
Europe -- Great Britain (England).
- Family history study units in secondary school: their educational impact
The quoted authors perceived that the classroom study of genealogy
and family history:
(1) Affects in positive ways how students feel about non-family history;
(2) Promotes the learning of several disciplines related to history;
(3) Reveals the interconnectedness of human society, and encourages
multiracial and multicultural understanding;
(4) Improves scholastic skills;
(5) Builds students' sense of identity, sense of self;
(6) Increases sense of "family," enhances intergenerational relationships,
ameliorates the outlook on life for those involved;
(7) Benefits children of "non-traditional" parentage; and
(8) Creates a valuable family document.
- Freeman in name only:
the African American in colonial Farmington, Connecticut
- Gender and genealogy in the Old French Vulgate cycle
- Genealogical reconstruction of the Herodian and Maccabean families
- Genealogische Studie einer Sippe
mit familiärer Creutzfeldt-Jakob-Krankheit
- Grandma was a little girl once:
a multimedia CD-ROM design for my nephews and niece
- Groping Through the Shadows
British Columbia, Canada. The text is based on memories,
and on data from old letters, correspondence, memorabilia,
interviews, official documents, and medical literature.
- He whakaemi kōrero mō Ngā Ruahine
- Historical studies theses: best of 1998
A modern Italian immigrant family; The Trapp family odyssey;
Viking slavers: thralldom under the Scandinavians during the Middle Ages.
- Honour, family and the law in late-medieval Yorkshire
England -- Gascoign, Plumpton and Vavasour families. [published 1997]
- "In my absence"
Philippines -- World War II -- Americans -- Family history and poems.
- Jesus' genealogies:
a critical survey of ideas and solutions
- Kingship and kinship: marriage relations
between the throne and the ruling elite in sixteenth-century Korea
- L'ecoute genealogique: son importance diagnostique
et thérapeutique en clinique individuelle, familiale et institutionnelle
- La frontière albanaise:
famille, société et identité collective en Albanie du sud
- Les inscriptions sanskrites des Pallava: poésie, rituel, idéologie
Translation of the 74 Sanskrit inscriptions issued by the south-indian mediaeval dynasty
of the Pallava (IIIrd-IXth century AD), and fully or partly written in Sanskrit. The first
copper-plates (till the VIIth century AD) are fully in Sanskrit and devoid of poetical
ornaments; in those issued later, the genealogy and the eulogy of the kingly donor
is written in Sanskrit and poetically styled, while the operative part is in Tamil and its
fashion is quite prosaic. A close study shows that they are aimed at equating the king
to the gods who rule the universe, whose virtues and power he must actualize on earth;
they are part of a ritual of kingly legitimization.
Compare: Melchizedek Priesthood handbook.
by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
The Melchizedek Christology in Heb. 7:1-28
The Melchizedek tradition: a critical examination
of the sources to the fifth century A.D. and in the Epistle to the Hebrews
- Making connections through family history
Elementary -- Storytelling -- Study and teaching.
- Mesure et analyse de l'effet fondateur dans les populations
de Charlevoix et du Bas-Saint-Laurent
Quebec, Canada. The phenomenon of the founder effect occurs
when a number of individuals from a given population,
settle into new territory and create a new colony.
three generations of a Southern Jewish family, 1780-1865
- Observations in genealogy
- Origins and genealogy of the Abernethy family
Scotland -- Genealogy. [also published in 1999; with additional authors]
- My bone and my flesh: the agrarian family in biblical law
Israel -- Family farms.
- Passive victims or active participants: an analysis of the adaptation strategies
used by the Lyford family during the economic and social transformation of
Exeter, New Hampshire, 1714-1840 ; a thesis
- Patronage and the construction of nobility:
the Villa Godi fresco cycle and the Villa's role in the Veneto and the politics
of a sixteenth-century patrician family [Italy -- Godoi family.]
- Preserving family histories through the oral tradition:
three stories for performance
- "Semejante Pariente Mayor":
parentesco, solar, comunidad y linaje en la institución
de un pariente mayor en Gipuzkoa:
los señores del solar de Oñaz y Loyola (siglos XIV-XVI)
- Shaw. Vol. 18: the Annual of Bernard Shaw studies
The Shaws and the Gurlys: a genealogical study.
- Struktur und Entfaltung von Verwandtschaft im Spätmittelalter:
die Beziehungen der Gonzaga, Markgrafen von Mantua,
zu den mit ihnen verwandten deutschen Fürsten (1444-1519)
- Südwestdeutscher Reichsadel im 17. und 18. Jahrhundert:
Geld, Reputation, Karriere: das Haus Fürstenberg [published 2001]
- Szlachta sieradzka w XV wieku: magnifici et generosi
Polska -- Sieradz region -- Genealogia -- Szlachta.
- Te whare tapere: towards a model for Māori performance art
Maori (New Zealand people) -- Genealogy.
- The blue bride, the herring stand and the white elephant sale:
classroom implications of a personal journey to reclaim family stories
Introduces the role of family stories in a curriculum for fifth graders.
Includes a review of scholarship in the field of oral history,
family interviews and curriculum applications and resources.
- The Colberts in Chickasaw history, 1783-1818:
a study in internal tribal dynamics
- The Cottonian legacies: an appraisal of the lives and legacies of the Cotton family
Australia -- Victoria.
- The early Shugo to 1390: the Ōtomo lords of northern Kyushu
- The Johnstons of Viewfield : farm and family in transition
New York State-- Seneca County -- Genealogy -- Scottish Americans.
- The legacy of a gentleman farmer: William McKinley and family
- "The writing's on the wall":
family history, memory and the lost cause
- Theogonie und Genealogie im Pantheon der Pyramidentexte [published 1998 / 2003]
Compare: Pyramid Texts Online - Library
- Using a GIS-based model to enhance genealogical research
of Civil War ancestors in Madison County, Mississippi
- 'Wel ordered commonwealth': gender and politics in New Haven Colony, 1636-1690
Connecticut. [published 1996 / 1998]
- YEAR 1997
- A socio-historical study of the aged in Brigus, Newfoundland, 1920-1949
- Alliances, migrations et variabilité génétique:
évolution des structures de parenté en Haut-Jura du XVIIIe siècle à nos jours
- Analyses des parcours des soins médicaux pour les familles des malades mentaux
dans la culture chinoise sous l'influence du taoÏsme ὰ TaÏwan.
- Borderlands: the impact of Anglo-Scottish border magnates on government, 1341-1424
Douglas and Dunbar families.
- Citoyens, sujets, nobles:
les familles de l'aristocratie pisane à l'époque des premiers grands-ducs de Toscane
Italie. By exhibiting proofs of nobility such as genealogies, family trees, chronicles,
coats of arms, every noble Pisan family tiries to gain the honor of becoming a knight.
[published 1997 and 1998)
- Decorative arts and social status among the Vanderbilts
in late nineteenth-century America
- Destin, transmission et autonomie: le devenir du projet kibboutzique
This relationship is being analysed with regard to one specific society, that of Kibbutz,
and with the origin and the outcome of the social project from which it proceeds.
The transmission between generations lies within the wider scope of genealogy,
i.e., the succession of generations over time, which originates
in and is part of some anteriority, that of Judaism.
- Die Bibra Studien und Materialien zur Genealogie und zur Besitzgeschichte
einer fränkischen Niederadelsfamilie im Spätmittelalter [dissertation 1996 / 1997 / 1998]
- Domestic duty: the family life of Samuel Sewall, 1675-1729
Massachusetts -- Puritans.
- Economic and social influences on marriage in Banbury, 1730-1841.
Banbury, Oxfordshire, England.
- Écritures du travail et savoir paysans,
Aperçu historique et lecture de pratiques. Les agendas des agriculteurs
- Family & society studies worldwide
Source documents include related websites, internet documents, professional journals,
conference papers, books, book chapters, selected popular literature, government
reports, discussion and working papers, unpublished material such as poster sessions,
statistical documents, theses, dissertations and other sources.
- Family changes in rural and urban China, 1950's to 1980's: a multilevel model analysis
- Family history and household economic strategies: a study of post-war Hong Kong
China. [published 1995]
- Finding Fink family folklore:
a study of German-Russian history and family folk tradition [South Dakota]
- Genealogie als Monument und Argument:
der Beitrag dynastischer Wappen zur politischen Raumbildung der Neuzeit
- Genealogies of reclaimed nobility:
the geotemporality of Yorùbá belonging [also published 1998]
Wikipedia: Yoruba people
- Identity and cultural memory:
the role of television in the American family image
- In my grandmothers' kitchens:
one family's history through food
- Jules and Woman Dress Lamoreaux:
a family history and a comparison to Métis studies
- Kinship Written, Kinship Practised:
A Study of Kinship and the Writing of Genealogies in Contemporary Korea
- Konzept einer genealogischen Datenbank
mit einer intelligenten Oberfläche für die optimierte Datenerfassung
- Kōrero ki toku kuia
New Zealand -- Oral history.
- La fortune des Wagram: de Napoléon à Proust
Berthier family. [published 2002]
- La révélation de la succession
France. This development accounts for the emergence of an unusual profession
known as succession genealogist (genealogiste successoral), whose task is
to establish, upon the request of a notary, the identities of the beneficiaries
of the estate of a deceased who has died leaving no known heirs.
- Les Kunta ὰ travers quelques extraits
de l'ouvrage Al-Tara'if wa l'tala'id de 1756 ὰ 1826
The Kunta constitutes a tribe whose genealogy goes back to an Arab origin.
However, in view of the controversy in historical narrations, this origin
is challenged. The Kunta tribe was first founded during the era of their ancestor
Sidi Muhammad Al-Kunti (XVI century).
Wikipedia: Kountas Compare: The origins and emergence of the tribe of Kunta:
a contribution to the history of the western Sahara between the Almoravid period
and the 17th century. Contrast: Roots and Other Publications by [Alex Haley -
Roots is a work of the imagination rather than strict historical scholarship.]
- Les pasteurs Ahamda du Soudan Central: usage de la parente arabe
dans l'histoire d'une recomposition territoriale, politique et identitaire
We can best appreciate both the heterogeneous nature of their origins and the
process leading to their present structure by tracing back their lineages' histories.
- Les thomelin: une dynastie d'organistes parisiens aux xviie et xviii siècles
The point of this research paper is to relate and explore the dynasty of organists:
These organists worked in Paris during the XVIIth and XVIIIth centuries.
Through research and archive-documents the Family-Tree was established.
- Local genealogy: "What school you went?"
stories from a pidgin culture [also published 1999]
- Lurking in the gossip's bowl:
genealogy, gynecology, and the politics of midwifery in Shakespeare's England
- Macetown: a community built on gold
- Migrants and memories: family, work, and community among Blacks,
eastern European Jews, and native-born Whites
in an early twentieth century Washington, D.C. neighborhood
- Ministerial patron-client networks during the reign of Louis XIV:
the Phélypeaux de Pontchartrain, 1675-1715 [France]
- Nga kupu tuku iho a Hāmiora Pio
- Patriciado urbano quinhentista: as famílias dominantes do Porto, 1500-1580
Porto, Portugal; contains genealogical tables.
- Private pleasures-- derived from tradition
Wellesley, Massachusetts -- Hunnewell family.
- Religion, women and the family in Maryland, 1634-1713
Maryland -- Wills.
- Reynolda House:
the creation of an American country house and its survival into the present
Winston-Salem, North Carolina -- Reynolds family.
- Royal functionaries and state administration in Israel
and Judah during the First Temple Period
- Surry, Maine, 1850-1880: a history of four neighborhoods
including a guide to the research and composition of local history
- Temps de dieu, temps des hommes : généalogie,
calendrier et tradition dans le judaïsme de l'époque hellénistique et romaine
Jewish texts from the Hellenistic and Roman periods.
[dissertation also dated 1998 / published 1999 / 2000]
- The Earls of Chester and their family in Normandy and England:
from the early eleventh century until 1120
Chester, England and Normandy, France; Goz family -- Genealogy.
- The Endicott family of Salem: a thesis
- The experience of southeast Asian refugee families:
an exploration of family identity [published 1996] Cambodia -- Vietnam.
The purpose of this study was to explore the third component, that is,
how family history affects family identity. This was done by asking
family members how they perceive that their experience, the discrete
event of being refugees, shaped, and continues to shape, their sense
of family identity. Seventeen members from ten refugee families
who fled Cambodia and Vietnam and who subsequently resettled
in the United States between 1975 and 1990, were interviewed.
The experience of being a refugee influences (in both expected
and unexpected ways) how members perceive their family identity.
- The family today:
coping with problems, seeking solutions
- The home is a little church:
gender, culture, and authority in American Catholicism, 1940-1962
- The Javanese genealogies:
evidence of Hadrami Arab influence
- The making of an American myth: the Hatfields and McCoys
Kentucky -- West Virginia.
- The mistresses of Charles II and Restoration court politics, 1660-85. | History On-line
- The Pawenski family tree
Genealogy -- Interactive multimedia.
- The place of the rural blacksmith in parish life 1500 - 1900
England -- Dorset -- Somerset; geneal. tables.
- The relationship between teachers' sense of efficacy,
child's family history, and teacher prediction of student performance
- The role of tribal and kinship ties in the politics of the United Arab Emirates
"Ruling families trees" inserts in back cover;
Genealogical tables printed in segments after text.
- The role of trust in leadership and continuity of family-owned businesses
This study explores the thesis that trust in family-owned businesses is essential
in terms of quality of life of members, organizational performance, and continuity
of family ownership. Seven case studies are presented from in-depth interviews
with 60 participants of family-owned companies, ranging from first through fifth
generation family ownership, with annual revenues
between approximately $10 mm and \$150 mm.
- Une famille aux XIVème, XVème, et XVIème siècles
- Urban space and political life in Rome, 1100-1300:
the Frangipani family in the Forum area
- "Whatitiri ki te rangi, Pūkeko ki te whenua"
New Zealand; geneal. tables.
- Zuger Familiennamen:
Entstehungsprozesse, Verfestigung, Bedeutungen [published 2000]
- YEAR 1996
- A fortune in sugar:
the Dickinsons of Jamaica and England, 1655-1837
- An architectural portrait: Prospect Hill, Spotsylvania County, Virginia.
Genealogy -- Holliday family.
- Change and stability: Agta kinship in a history of uncertainty
- Creative project assessment paper: the journey from roots to wings
Genealogy -- Study and teaching.
- Data compression algorithms
for the UPE genealogical database
- Die Bibra Studien und Materialien zur Genealogie und zur Besitzgeschichte
einer fränkischen Niederadelsfamilie im Spätmittelalter [dissertation 1996 / 1997]
- Die frühen Wettiner Adelsfamilie und Hausüberlieferung bis 1221
Genealogische Tafe. [also published 1997]
- El Llinatge de Dròpides: Plató i la seva família:
memòria de llicenciatura
Plato and his family. Genealogia.
- Fall River's family bountiful:
the Brayton family as a model for a provincial elite
- Família i poder a Catalunya, 1516-1626:
les estratègies de consolidació de la classe dirigent
- Familles et patrimoines en Beaujolais, 1760-1914 [published 2001]
Reference: Genealogie Memodoc
- Familie en macht:
de familie Berthout en de Brabantse adel [published 2003]
- Généalogie et pouvoir au Maghreb du IIe au VIIe siècle/VIIIe au XIIIe siècle
[published 1997 / 1998 / 2003]
- Genealogies and personality characteristics of the workmen
in the Deir el-Medina community during the Ramesside period
- Gentry behavior in fourteenth century Lancashire:
one family, public service, and public order
- Han Sui zhi jian Xingyang Zheng shi yan jiu
China -- Genealogy -- Zheng family.
- Helena's Figure Eight Route: a reminiscent history
Helena Region, Montana -- Genealogy.
- Heraldic y genealogía en el reino de Jaén
- L'Anse-aux-Moyacs en Minganie de l'ouest, à la recherche de l'étranger-familier
This research focuses on the phenomenon of inbreeding in the alliance
at the scale of a community of 550 people; its population is still composed
mainly of descendants of the founding couples (A.D. 1850).
- La famille de Gondi-Retz au tournant des XVIe et XVIIe siecles:
etude de l'heritage d'une famille ducale a l'epoque de la reforme Catholique
- La parenté recomposée
Fulani alliance figures in the highlands the adamaoua (North Cameroon).
Representative corpus listing almost 3,400 marriages from a sampling of 5,000
persons, from "nomadic" groups (Wodaabe, Aku and Jafun called Mbororoen)
and those which belong to lineage of sheepherding and land-tilling settled
nomads (called Foulbe). Author developed a specific software called Genos
to process genealogical trees; evaluates "affinity complex".
- Le frère de mon frère n'est pas mon frère:
étude de la relation de fratrie et des places généalogiques dans la famille recomposée
- Les comtes de Montrevel et leurs alliés
[published 1996 / 2000]
- Les Judeo-convers dans le diocese de Tolede (1474-1575).
sttrategies et mecanismes d'integration sociale
Spain. Information has been collected in the disqualification trials,
the lists of the disqualified and the genealogies established
by the inquisitors of Toledo in the first half of the XVIth century.
- Maori identity within whanau
- Memoire de l'histoire familiale [also published 1997]
Analysis of family trees elaborated in front of
and with the subjects of 490 research interviews.
- More than a meal: a cross-generational study of an Australian family's food habits
McCrae family -- History.
- New Haven Irish 1850-1940 and a social history of the Heaney family
Connecticut -- Hanna family.
- Patricians of the Benaadir:
Islamic learning, commerce and Somali urban identity in the nineteenth century
The existence of the leading lineages inhabiting the towns of the Benaadir coast
of Somalia (Muqdisho, Marka, Barawe and Warshaykh) has, in its essence, been
defined by the ability to remain distinct from other elements of the wider society
in which they operate. Since at least the tenth century, all of these communities
have earned their livelihoods via commerce. Using oral traditions and Arabic
language documents, this study examines the ways in which urban Somalis
attempted to maintain their 'distinct' position; how Benaadiri townspeople
preserved their interstitial position through the manipulation of various elements
(religious, cultural, social and, genealogical) which both linked and distinguished
them from other surrounding communities.
- Private lives and public myths:
the Bagbys of Virginia
- Profession, parenté, identité sociale:
les notaires de Poitiers aux temps modernes (1515-1815)
It also draws on the issues of micro-history founded by Italian researchers
as Carlo Ginzburg and the methods of prosopography and fertilized by
an innovative use of technology in genealogy. It provides individual
and collective portrait of the 300 notaries who have instrumented for three
centuries in a demographically and economically torpid dull provincial capital.
Thanks to the use of genealogy, particularly fine and innovative in decoding
a dimension complex but essential to the society of orders: the networks.
Developed through alliances, kinships and affinities that are each individual
in a group project and a family world. [also published 1999; Google™ Translate]
- Prosopografía, onomástica y sociedad en el Imperio Romano:
las estructuras sociales: las provincias de Germania Superior y Germania Inferior
- Publishing your family history on the World Wide Web:
a genealogist's guide to hypermedia
- Record linking and genetic analysis of Utah death certificates: - 664.pdf
Common causes of death.
- "Semejante Pariente Mayor"
Guipúzcoa, España -- Genealogía.
- Silent partners?:
women, commerce, and the family in medieval Perpignan, c.1250-1300
- Silent voices and forgotten footsteps:
a chronicle of the early Black culture of Glastonbury, 1693-1860 [Connecticut]
- Song dai Futian Fang shi jia zu
China -- Genealogy -- Fang family.
- Sticking to the land: a history of exclusion on Kangaroo Island, 1827-1996
South Australia -- Genealogy.
- Te Rangitakaroro me ōna wehewehenga = Te Rangitakaroro and his affiliate hapū
- The continuity of the Nizari Ismaili da'wa, 1256-1350
The Nizari Ismailis are a Shia branch of Islam whose genealogy dates back
to the time of their first Imam, 'Ali, son-in-law of Prophet Muhammad
and extends to the present time under the guidance of their forty ninth Imam,
Karim al-Husayni, Agha Khan IV (b. 1936).
- The convict transportation registers
- The Grove: Call-Collins house:
The role of interpretation in creating an historic house museum
- The hidden family:
sibling relations and kinship in the eighteenth-century South Carolina lowcountry
- The Kinnamonts of the eastern shore of Maryland and the District of Columbia
- The Laras: an aristocratic family in the kingdoms of Castile and León, 1075-1361
- The Vorontsov women:
gender and power in eighteenth-century Russia
- Venture Smith's family
African Americans -- Genealogy.
- Women's work in the Swan River Colony, 1829-1850
Western Australia -- Genealogy.
- Zavodskoe khozi︠a︡ĭstvo Demidovykh v pervoĭ polovine XIX veka
Russia -- Demidov family.
- [1995 / 1996] Studien zur Geschichte der Grafen von Dagsburg-Egisheim
Eguisheim, France -- Généalogie. [published 1998]
- YEARS 1995 To 1991
- [1995 / 1996] Studien zur Geschichte der Grafen von Dagsburg-Egisheim
Eguisheim, France -- Généalogie. [published 1998]
-  A study of the letters of Alessandra Strozzi: illustrating the significant role
which could be played by women in Renaissance Florence [published 1994]
-  An American story: the Grossmans, 1902-1995
Pennsylvania -- Jews. [published 1996]
-  An examination of processes and structures
in oral narrative discourse in an educational context
The structures and processes used in narrating are reflective of processes
of thought. The child constructs 'history' through a search for meaning
at the present time. The nature of the story
determines the nature of the thought provoked.
-  Aspects of the collecting and display of sculpture
in Florence and Rome c. 1540-c. 1595
Ridolfi and Solderini families.
-  Auf den Spuren meines Urgrossvaters Fritz Jecklin.
Jecklin family;  Gen.-Taf.
-  Collaborative research stories: whakawhanaungatanga
New Zealand -- McKay family.
-  Cultural encounter, aesthetics, and the limits of anthropology:
Captain Cook and the Maori
The specific genealogy inscribed by this thesis is that
of the Pakeha-- the descendants of Europeans in New Zealand.
-  De la maison du père à la maison commune: Saint-Victor-de-la-Coste,
en Languedoc rhodanien, 1661-1799;
(Familles et communauté en Languedoc rhodanien) [published 1996]
-  Die Freiherrn Binder von Krieglstein
Studien zur Genealogie und Besitzgeschichte einer elsäßisch-österreichischen
Adelsfamilie unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Bedeutung einzelner
Familienmitglieder in der Zeit Maria Theresias und der Ära Metternich
-  Familial morphology in Han China: 206 B.C.-A.D. 220
Chinese -- Kinship.
-  Familles et communauté en Languedoc Rhodanien:
This thesis investigates the relationships between families and community
in a French Languedocian village, during the XVIIth AND XVIIIth centuries.
-  Gaspar Antonio Chi
and the Xiu family tree
-  Genealogical histories
-  Genèse des lignages méridionaux.
Tome I, L'aristocratie languedocienne du Xe au XIIe siècle
Texte remanié de: Th. État--Hist.--Paris 4, 1995.
Titre de soutenance: La famille aristocratique languedocienne:
parenté et patrimoine dans les vicomtés de Béziers et d'Agde (900-1170).
-  He kohikohinga kōrero nō Ngāti Kuia
A collection of stories from Ngāti Kuia in answer to the question
"What oral histories and written stories are available for the generations
of Ngāti Kuia to come?" Includes whakapapa.
-  La famille en Gévaudan au XVe siècle,
d'après les sources notariales (1380-1483)
This research is based principally on the exploitation of one hundred
and fifty-nine notarial files from the archives in the Lozère, a total of
almost twenty-two thousand folios. Recourse to prosopography turns
out to be important if one is to determine the influence which the family
had on society, and likewise recourse to genealogy is essential to establish
the pattern of family alliances. Our attention was concentrated on three main
aspects of the family: the first places the family again in its demographic reality:
parish boundaries, mortality rate, marriage rate and birth rate. The second
situates the family in the context of its own problems:
inheritance, internal organisation, and matrimonial strategies.
-  La vida maridable:
ordinary families, Buenos Aires 1776-1850
-  Labor to the pampas, relatives to the prairie, immigrants to the West
Birkeland family. Examines the similarities and differences between the migration
of European and Norwegian farm laborers to the great plains of North America
(e.g., the Middle West) and of South America (Argentina). The material on
Norwegian-American immigration derives from a case study,
based on the lives of two couples from Bjerkreim, Rogaland (Norway).
-  Les Beauharnais: une fortune antillaise, 1756 - 1796
-  Les bourgeois de la terre: stratégies foncières et mobilités sociales
dans le midi toulousain au dix-neuvème et vingtième siècles
The study of social mobility in land ownership, if based upon
the genealogical analysis of landed estates, re-establishes complex trends.
-  Ngā poupou ō Ngāi te Rangi
-  Poder, élite y familia en la región de Ayacucho:
el caso de la familia de la Fuente y Santa Cruz, 1770-1826
-  Police in Victorian Oxfordshire
England. -- Genealogy -- Hawtin family.
Includes list of officers in the Oxfordshire Constabulary, 1857.
-  The connection between family history stories and life stories:
a whole new construct
-  The Goldsmid family, the Jews and the University of London, 1820-1880
-  "The important things of life" : women, work and family
in Sweetwater County, Wyoming, 1880-1929
-  The Palmyrene prosopography
Each family is graphically represented by genealogical trees showing
the relationship amongst members of the same family. They are labelled
with reference to the ancestor who often is the eponym from which the whole
family takes its name. At Palmyra, the most common onomastic formula
is represented by the individual's personal name, his patronymic and his clan
or familial name. The individual is identified by tribal and family names.
The single name is the first element of identification; thus whenever possible,
an etymological explanation of names has been provided to understand
the ethnic origin of each family. Wikipedia reference: Palmyrene Empire
-  The politics of display:
family portraits, the Royal Academy and modern domestic ideology
Great Britain -- England.
-  The Roman family in late antiquity:
the endurance of tradition and the rise of Christianity
-  The visual transcription of "family disease": a comparison of the use
of medical pedigrees in genetic counseling practices in Canada and Japan
The findings include three major points:
(1) cultural views of the family are taken for granted by genetic counselors;
(2) the process of documenting family data consists of four stages:
primary transcription, secondary transcriptions, combination and publications;
(3) the clinical workers' use of medical pedigrees results in the construction
of family history as part of the present family illness.
-  Transatlantic family photographs
Norwegian Americans; Birkeland and Hegelstad families.
-  Une famille au Moyen âge
Lyon, Rhône-Alpes region, France -- Généalogie -- Chaponay famille -- Archives.
-  A family story: our American dream
Foote and Kelleher families.
-  A Genealogical study
of the Baldwin family
-  A geographical history of a northern Minnesota farm
Roseau County, Minnesota; Ravndalen family.
-  Archivists' outlook on service to genealogists
in selected Canadian provincial archives [published 1993]
-  Aspetti narrativi nella Genealogia deorum gentilium
di Giovanni Boccaccio
-  Boomerang: shaping memories in the John Horne Miles family
Mormons -- Genealogy.
-  Bridging the losses in biographical discontinuities
through narrative reconstruction: a project based upon an independent study
of the experience of recent Russian immigrant families.
[with abbreviated title; also published 1995]
-  Darstellung, Ortskatalog, Genealogie. - (... ; 99).
Part of series publication.
-  David Hume of Godscroft: his life and work
Angus, Douglas and Hume (of Wedderburn) families.
-  Evaluation of family history information
provided by maternal telephone interview
-  Experiments in the writing of American history
-  Famille royal et pouvoir sous l'Ancien Empire égyptien
Individuals (files, a little less than 300) are in a separate corpus;
include dating, titles and genealogy.
-  Family and marriage around colonial trade: Cádiz, 1700-1812
-  Family history
Ramsey and Buchanan families; with portraits and text facing each other
and hand painted decorative borders; author traces her genealogy seven generations.
-  Family structures, inheritance practices and migration networks
in the Basses-Pyrennees in the nineteenth-century: Sare [Google™ Translate]
Open Edition: Structures familiales et destins migratoires à Sare au XIXe siècle
-  Genealogies
-  Immigrants in Richmond after the Civil War : 1865-1880
Virginia -- Genealogy.
-  Ko Painoaiho mana, ko mana Painoaiho
Ngāti Koro (New Zealand people) -- Genealogy.
-  La famille aristocratique languedocienne:
parenté et patrimoine dans les vicomtés de Béziers et d'Agde (900-1170)
Based on the documentary material available in Mediterranean Languedoc,
this thesis looks at the organization of the aristocratic family
in southern France, at all levels of inner stratification from the Xth century
to the middle of the XIIth century. Anthroponymy is prominent among
the methods of research used to reconstitute genealogies.
-  La noblesse d'Église
Focused on twenty lineages; that show domination upon the ecclesiastical principalities
in the Middle Rhineland by the imperial knights during the 17th and 18th centuries,
and with the links between the institutions, the social specialization and the family
organization among this nobility; part of the elites in the southwest holy empire.
-  Les Alleman de Beauvoir, seigneurs de Rochechinard
Dauphiné region, France -- Généalogie.
-  Les hiérarchies sociales et leurs fondements idéologiques
chez les Haalpulaar'en (Sénégal)
Social hierarchies and their ideological foundations in haalpulaar'en (Senegal)
A hypothesis is adduced on the historical evolution of the institution
of occupational castes in Toucouleur society, from the analysis of
historical and genealogical data. Wikipedia: Toucouleurs
-  Les Rohrbach de Francfort:
pouvoirs, affaires et parenté à l'aube de la Renaissance allemande [published 1997]
-  Marie, Joseph et leurs enfants Anne, Jean, François et les autres:
étude des prénoms de Porrentruy, 1660-1839
Porrentruy, Jura, Switzerland -- Genealogy -- forenames.
-  Migrations et identites d'un groupe nubien (egypte)
Compare: Des Nubies, des Nubiens : traditions scientifiques et locales de l'identité
-  Notes for a family history:
-  Only their skins change: Gitksan social structure, kinship, and genealogy
British Columbia, Canada.
-  Ozark pioneers: a history of the Shepherd family
and early settlers of Frog Bayou, Crawford County, Arkansas
-  Perheen vuosisata:
Perheen ihanne ja sivistyneistön elämäntapa 1800-luvun Suomessa
The Century of family. The ideal family and Bourgeois Lifestyle
in Nineteenth-century Finland.
-  Portrait-still lifes: a family history:
a thesis in painting
-  Regesten. - (... ; 99).
Part of series publication.
-  She went back:
video exploring a family history
-  Socio cultural life of the turungs
-  Sources for family history:
a case study with particular reference to Wales, the Parrys of Llidiardau
The range of available sources is explored, and selected sources analysed
to determine the background knowledge and search strategies needed for
their effective use and interpretation. These include pedigree books,
Great Sessions records, personal sources, literature, bills and receipts,
tour diaries, estate and magistrates' records. The importance of factors
such as gavelkind, marriage, migration, and fertility and mortality rates
for the study of families and communities in Wales is revealed. Other
themes of wider historical interest include the impact of kinship groups
on the development of local communities, the social mobility of younger
sons, the position of women and the anglicisation of the Welsh gentry.
Finally, this thesis investigates how family historians locate and retrieve
information, identifying the education and training needs which will equip
information professionals to provide a better service for family historians.
-  Subordination and co-option: the Mokoteli dynasty and its relationship
with other chieftaincies in Lesotho since the nineteenth century [Africa]
-  The Arab tribes from Jāhilīya to Islām: sources and historical trends
A review of the functions of modern tribal genealogies illuminates the process
by which genealogies can change in order to reflect changing realities.
Early Arabic genealogies are clearly seen to be also naturally dynamic
and the subject of deliberate change. New links reflected new realities,
particularly the political alliances forged under the Umayyads. A belief
in a single progenitor led to a move towards creating genealogical links
to one ancestor, while the conditions of the conquests let to a regionalization
-  The Brown family's association to the Quandamooka area
Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, Australia -- Genealogy.
-  The Carews of Cork
Ireland -- Genealogy.
-  The Church of the Nativity:
kingship and genealogy in the twelfth century mosaic program
-  The family and women in the fifteenth century: a case study of the Pastons
England -- Middle Ages, 500-1500.
-  The founding of Blue Mountain College
Blue Mountain, Mississippi; Lowrey family. [published 1995]
-  The genealogy of the elect lady Electa Hannah Burrows
and her illustrious heritage
-  The influence of the woman's will on the family-state relationship in England
Inheritance and succession -- Marriage.
-  The temple of memories: history, power, and morality in a Chinese village
Gansu Sheng, China; -- Kung family.
-  They too were here:
African-Americans in Augusta County and Staunton, Virginia
-  --A very genteel manner':
Virginia architecture and the Tayloe family
-  A history of Johnson's ranch and trading post on the Rio Grande, 1927-1943:
Brewster County, Texas -- Genealogy.
-  A Study of immigration to the United States at the third grade level
-  Abondance et crises: Douai, ville frontière, 1200-1375
France -- Genealogy. [also published 1996]
-  "Ahnenforschung": Eine Arbeit über oder wider vererbte Berufsneigungen
anhand eines Familienstammbaums und des Berufsbildertests von Achtnich
-  American Indian Family History Project
Part of the course required American Indian students to document
their family histories. This project is important because researching family
and community history leads to examining how conditions evolved over time
and provides both enlightenment and perspective on current life situations.
Secondly, very little has been written about American Indian families.
Nearly all the research that exists on American Indian families has been written
by non-Indians and often is not relevant to Indian community situations.
Lastly, researching family and community history is conducive to developing
an emotional understanding of American Indian history.
-  Analyse génétique d'une reconstitution généalogique dans l'autisme
Québec Province, Canada.
-  Bluegrass patriarch:
Robert Wickliffe and his family in antebellum Kentucky
-  Brésil, reproduction de la population, structure sociale et migrations
The building up of family links constitutes a privileged field for the study
of life paths of mulatto and black populations. The analysis of this process
using genealogical reconstitutions, is the central axis of our research.
-  Current practices and the use of computers in genealogical research
-  Démographie historique différentielle de familles migrantes
Using data from family reconstitution;
genealogies of French immigrants living in Tandil, Argentina.
-  Die Provence in der späten Stauferzeit:
das Land an der Rhone im Spannungsfeld von gräflicher Territorialpolitik,
Reichspolitik Friedrichs II. und französischer sowie päpstlicher Einflußnahme
Généalogie des maisons de Baux, Toulouse et Barcelone. [published 1996]
-  Family patterns in a border community
Family -- Genealogy.
-  Gathering our stories through oral family history: MAC 660
-  Genealogia Christi die Stammbäume Jesu in der Auslegung
der christlichen Schriftsteller der ersten fünf Jahrhunderte [also published 1994]
[Genealogia Christi The genealogies of Jesus in the interpretation of the Christian
writers of the first five centuries] Against the background of the legitimizing
function of ancestral registers in the ancient world, the two different genealogies
of Jesus in the Gospels of Matthew and Luke are very early the subject of literary
debate. The old church is compelled to balance the contradictions between
the genealogies in order to secure their preaching claim regarding the person
of Jesus Christ over pagan denial. This monograph provides a comprehensive
representation of extensive text material for pedigree interpretation of the fathers
from the beginning until the Council of Chalcedon (A.D. 451).
The presentation is supplemented by a documentary history
of the interpretation of the texts of the worked period.
-  Guatemalan peasant life in the 20th century:
the Flora-Gramajo family history
-  Immunoglobulin polymorphisms and genetic distances among Anabaptist
populations: Kansas and Nebraska Mennonites and northern Indiana Amish
-  Karl Abraham von Zedlitz und Leipe (1731-1793): ein schlesischer Adliger
in Diensten Friedrichs II. und Friedrich Wilhelms II. von Preussen [published 1995]
-  L'Archéologie de la famille Courtemanche-Martineau: étude généalogique
New England -- Genealogy -- French Americans.
-  L'Echo et le silence dans l[e] labyrinthe généalogique:
analyse narrative, thématique et ethnographique du récit de vie d'Hélène A. [...]
-  L'Isolat de la Vallouise
France. The genealogies which were constructed from this thesis begin
in the middle of the XVe century and they ramify till the XIXe with nearly 16 generations.
-  La B-thalassemie dans le comte de Portneuf:
recherche d'un effet fondateur
-  La casa de Moctezuma la incorporación de los linajes nobles
del valle de México a la sociedad novohispana del siglo XVI
-  Le Casoar, le pandanus rouge et l'anguille
Analysis of the various manifestations of kinship, marriage and gender in a society
of the eastern part of Papua New Guinea; the analysis of genealogies and marriages
over more than five generations, but also the account of narratives,
ritual ceremonies and representations of procreation.
-  Les Paysans des Sept Laux, Isère
France. Observation of 28 families took place at a small mountain community
in Isère department. Obtained understanding of the logical underpinnings by
which choice of a successor was made for the transmission of the family estate.
-  Mystiques, État et société:
les Halvetis dans l'aire balkanique de la fin du XVe siècle à nos jours
Arbres généalogiques. [published 1994]
-  Néchin (Belgique): Flandres, Hainaut, Artois:
analyse des registres paroissiaux: actes regroupés par Famille
[publ. par le] Groupement généalogique de la région du Nord.
-  Papists in a Protestant age:
the Catholic gentry and community in colonial Maryland, 1689-1776
-  Parents and progeny:
the demography of inequality in colonial North Carolina, 1680-1759
-  Pillars of the sky: the genealogy of ethnic identity among the Rarámuri-Simaroni
(Tarahumara-Gentiles) of northwest Mexico
-  Sainte Anne: the populating of a French parish in the Illinois country
-  Strengthening Adolescent Identity Formation
through Development and Presentation of Family Literary Documents
-  Studien zur Geschichte der Herren von Boventen
-  The formal specification and parsing of genealogical data
-  The Herodian dynasty:
origins, role in society and eclipse [published 1998]
-  The Roman family in the Letters of the younger Pliny
-  The transformation of the Catholic community: Maryland, 1750-1840
-  The Truax family: a microcosm of American Colonial life
Pennsylvania -- Genealogy.
-  Utvandringa til Amerika frå Sogndal i perioden 1844 - 1853
Sogndal, Norway -- Genealogy.
-  Using multimedia technology to improve the publication of genealogy books
United States -- Publishers and publishing.
-  A family history project
-  A genealogical history of Cape Coast stool families
Compare: A Short History of Cape Coast (Oguaa) Royal Stool
-  An ethnographic study of the village of Hosakerekodi, Karnataka, India,
to determine potential factors for retinitis pigmentosa in the region
Folded genealogical table on leaf 163.
-  Aspects cliniques, fonctionnels et généalogiques
de la dystrophie musculaire oculo-pharyngee au Saguenay-Lac-Saint-Jean
-  Conjugal succession:
Kinship of the late twentieth century America
-  Das Familienbuch der Herren von Eptingen:
Kommentar und Transkription
-  Die Edelfreien und Grafen von Truhendingen:
Studien zur Geschichte eines Dynastengeschlechtes
im fränkisch-schwabisch-bayerischen Grenzraum
vom frühen 12. bis frühen 15. jahrhundert
-  Die Geheimen Räte der Herzogtümer Jülich und Berg 1692-1742:
ein Beitrag zur niederrheinischen Gesellschaftsstruktur im Zeitalter des Absolutismus
History of the secret councils of the duchies
of Jülich and Berg, Rhineland, Germany, 1692-1742.
Includes brief biographies and genealogies of council members.
-  Die genealogiese en kulturele bydrae van die sendelinge
van die Rynse Sendinggenootskap in Suid-Afrika
-  Die Majorate des spanischen Adels: eine Fallstudie
über die Majorate und ihre Desvinkulation im Raum Córdoba (1750-1870)
Córdoba Province, Spain -- Genealogy. [published 1997]
-  Diplôme d'habilitation à diriger des recherches:
histoire et archéologie médiévales V, Limousin médiéval:
anthroponymie et société: usages onomastiques, généalogies, lignages --
-  Ducs et pairs et duchés-pairies laïques à l'époque moderne : 1519-1790:
dictionnaire prosographique, généalogique, chronologique,
topographique et heuristique [published 1996]
-  Épidémiologie génétique et effet fondateur
dans la polyneuropathie sensitivo-motrice avec ou sans agénésie
du corps calleux au Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean
The genealogies of 101 patients (82 families) were reconstituted
which allowed to find 11 founding couples for the polyneuropathy.
-  Évaluation de trois tests de dépistage de porteurs et recherche d'un effet
fondateur dans la tyrosinemie héréditaire de type 1 au Saguenay-Lac-St-Jean
-  Familia y herencia en Bizkaia: el Valle de Butrón, 1701-1850
Spain. [published 1993]
-  Genealogical bewilderment and search behavior:
a study of adult adoptees who search for their birth parents
-  Kinship and marriage in the politics of an Italian ruling house:
the Este of Ferrara in the reign of Ercole I (1471-1505)
-  La seigneurie de Bellême
Bellême, Orne, France. [published 1992-1993] Wikipedia: Seigneurie de Bellême
-  La transmission du patrimoine a l'Ile-aux-Coudres au dix-huitieme siecle
The inheritance appeared to be the heart of the man/land relationship
and a key element in the way a father used his land to ensure his family's
permanence and to establish his children. The methods of transmission,
identified from notary acts, were studied against the background
of the genealogical tract of the families of l'Ile-aux-Coudres in the XVIIIth Century,
traced through nominative sources such as genealogies and parish registers.
The research was thus done at the scale of the lot, the individual and the family
and it required a triple inventory: of the families, the cadastre and the transmission.
-  Look who's talking:
a study of the significance of the subject for Michel Foucault's genealogical method
Related subject: Foucault, Michel -- Contributions in genealogy.
-  Mirza Makhdum Sharifi: A 16th century Sunni sadr at the Safavid Court
Chapter Two deals with the author's genealogy. [Middle Eastern -- Iran.]
-  Mutations foncières, structures familiales et exploitations agricoles
de l'Empire à nos jours dans un canton auvergnat (Salers - Cantal)
France. Setting a computer program to process data about landed properties
from the 18th century until now. Retrace the property history and to show how
the way of transferring patrimony changes according to the land size.
-  Native American genealogy: a search for sources
Indians of North America -- Genealogy.
-  Past, present, and promise:
the image of the American family and the impact select generations have had
upon the development, the evolution, and the future of American family life
-  Patriarchy and narrative:
the Borgherini chamber decorations [Italy -- Borgherini family.]
-  Recherche d'un effet fondateur de la mutation dite canadienne-française
de l'hypercholesterolémie familiale au Québec
-  Searching for the roots, grafting the branches:
the Saulsbury family of Kentucky, a black history of roots lost in slavery
-  The application of DNA fingerprints
to the reconstruction of genealogies within populations
-  The Barncastles of Dona Ana, New Mexico:
continuity and change in a single family network, 1840-1990
-  The Bixby family and changes in land use
in Southern California 1850-1900 [also published 1994]
-  The corporate lineage:
the House of Savoy in the thirteenth century [published 2004]
-  The creation and development of recollections: a video family history service
Genealogy -- Oral history.
-  The disintegration of the Chinese traditional family system
-  The genealogical map of the lienzo of Tlapiltepec: the Coixtlahuaca region
Indians of Mexico.
-  The Kurtz family study and the development of Lawrence County
-  The London trade in monumental sculpture and the development
of imagery of the family in funerary monuments of the period 1720-1760
-  The Practice of patriarchy: notaries and their families in Nantes, 1560-1660
-  The South Union, Kentucky, Shakers and tradition:
a study of business, work, and commerce
-  Those who are compelled to be employed:
women, work, and education in the Powell family of Virginia
-  Tools for obtaining a genetic history: pedigrees versus questionnaires
Genealogy -- Medical history taking.
-  Transcripción y edición del Catálogo real de Castilla,
autógrafo inédito de Gonzalo Fernández de Oviedo y Valdés
Spain -- Kings and rulers -- Genealogy.
-  Turnpike John and the Smathers clan of Western North Carolina
during the nineteenth century
-  Une seigneurie aux confins du Domfrontais et du Maine:
La Ferrière (aux-Etangs) du XIème siècle à la Révolution [also published 1993]
-  Value transmission to adolescents within the family system
Genealogy and values.
-  Years of ocak power: the rise of the Qazdağli household
and the transformation of Ottoman Egypt's military society, 1670-1750
- [1991 / 1992] Von der Chronik zum Weltbuch:
Sinn und Anspruch südwestdeutscher Hauschroniken am Ausgang des Mittelalters
-  A study of local genealogical societies' cooperation with area libraries
in promoting genealogically related services and collection development [ERIC]
-  An X Window System-based graphical user interface for a genealogy database
Genealogy -- Data processing.
-  Courbert village de la plaine de l'Isser: 1873-1914:
création et évolution d'un centre de colonisation
France -- Colonies -- Algérie -- Généalogie.
-  Darstellung ausgewählter Bibliographien
der historischen Hilfswissenschaft Genealogie:
Beurteilung ihres Praxisbezuges anhand einer Modellrecherche
Presentation of selected bibliographies of auxiliary historical science Genealogy:
assessment of their practical relevance using a model research
-  Development of a Core Collection Guide to Ohio Genealogical Materials.
The public library must meet the needs of the community and the patrons it serves.
-  Die genealogiese en kulturele bydrae van die sendelinge
van die Rynse Sendinggenootskap in Suid-Afrika
-  Die Grafen von Montfort im 16. Jahrhundert
-  Families on the move:
the Powledge family of Meriwether County, Georgia 1820-1900
-  Family history taking:
encouraging the exploration of family reality through the telling of family stories
-  He whakawhanaungatanga tikanga rua = Establishing family links;
a bicultural experience
New Zealand; geneal. tables.
-  Herkoms en genealogie van enkele Schoemansdalse families
-  I te wa i a mea ...
New Zealand people -- Maori -- Genealogy.
-  In so many words: an ethnography of life and identity on Yam Island, Torres Strait
Queensland, Australia -- Genealogy and family history.
-  Ladies of quality:
the role of women in elite families in seventeenth century England
-  Le Message généalogique: Etude de la transmission
interGénérationnelle Familiale et de sa représentation sous forme d'arbre G
-  Le milieu littéraire en Champagne sous les Thibaudiens (1200 - 1270)
Index - Tableau généalogique des Thibaudiens unter MC 2002-9061:1.
-  Le registre de la population du Québec ancien
Compare: Registre de la population du Québec ancien |
European Historical Population Samples Network
-  Le Yaman islāmique des origines jusqu'à l'avènement
des dynasties autonomes (Ier-IIIème S./VIIème-IXème S.) [published 1995]
-  Maria, Lady of Montpellier: the trials of an heiress in the Guillelm family
-  Materialien zur Geschichte des rittermässigen Adels im südwestlichen Österreich
unter der Enns im 13. und 14. Jahrhundert
-  Miner's autobiographies, 1790-1945
A study of life accounts by English miners and their families
-  Noblesse seconde et pouvoir en Champagne:
aux XVIe et XVIIe siècles
-  Pour une sociologie des ruptures:
la tribu au maghreb medieval
-  Power, politics, status:
aspects of genealogy in mediaeval Ireland and Wales.
-  Powerful relations and relations of power:
family and society in Sung China, 960-1279
-  Program to design and plot pedigree and descent charts from GEDCOM files
Genealogy -- Data processing.
-  Prosopographie der literarisch bezeugten Karthager
Généalogies. [published 1994]
-  Rodbina Čop skozi stoletja:
(družbeni in gospodarski prerez z rodovnikom)
-  Software and the Virus Threat: Providing Authenticity in Distribution.
Computer viruses have threatened the integrity and reliability of computer systems
since 1983. This paper examines the nature of the virus threat by discussing virus
types, methods and rates of propagation, relative frequencies of occurrence,
and genealogy. Possible methods for virus detection and identification,
followed by disinfection, are outlined. Minimum capabilities and testing
criteria for these products are also detailed. Methods for controlling
and limiting infection and damage are discussed. These are considered
minimum acceptable safeguards to be implemented by an organization.
Lastly, software authentication means are examined, which,
when used in conjunction with the minimum safeguards,
would eliminate the possibility of viral infection.
-  The Bowes of Streatlam, County Durham:
A Study of the Politics and Religion of a sixteenth century northern gentry family
-  The Calverleys: a study of a medieval Yorkshire gentry family, 1190-1499
-  The customs accounts of Newcastle upon Tyne, 1454 - 1500
-  The History and Social Context of an African-American Family Cemetery
and its influence on social organization and mental health
A social life history of the Oldham family as it relates to the Oldham Cemetery
was obtained primarily from historical documents and interviews with descendants
and other key informants.
-  The origins of Ngāti Kahungunu
New Zealand. [also published 1999]
-  The political influence of the Hastings family in the Midland Counties, 1461-1529
-  The relationship between family structure and self-esteem,
academic achievement, and significant other
Investigates the effects of family structure (two parents, one parent or step parents)
on the self-concept of children, academic achievement, choice of significant other
and their perception of how they are valued by their parents and peers.
-  The world of Belle Dickey:
A study of child life and childhood education in mid-nineteenth century Illinois
From Wallace-Dickey Papers (1816-1934) in the Illinois State Historical Society,
Springfield, which consist of diaries, letters, genealogical information, programs,
and military maps relating to the lives of Theophilus Lyle Dickey, lawyer and judge,
his law partner William Hervey Lamme Wallace, and their families.
-  Thomas Dimock, his times and his family:
the world of an early New England settler
Barnstable, Massachusetts -- Genealogy.
-  Tribalism, ethnicity, and the state in Pakistani Baluchistan:
The economics and politics of detribalization in an Urban setting
Baluch in Quetta, the capital of Pakistani Baluchistan. Some evidence indicates
that tribes, the genealogically and territorially defined subunits of the Baluch,
retain legitimacy and practical relevance in contemporary Baluchistan
yet circumstances can readily move beyond the confines
of tribes to activate more inclusive loyalties.
-  Weefsels van wederkerigheid: sociale structuur bij de Moi van Irian Jaya
Indonésie; f. de tableaux généalogiques dépl.
-  Women of Tikopia
Solomon Islands people.
-  Woodlanders:
the village of Leafield, Oxfordshire and the Pratley Family 1851-1871
England -- Geneal. tables.
-  Woordpassingsalgoritmes vir die bepaling
van gelyksoortige vanne in 'n genealogiese inligtingstelsel
-  Work and family:
farm women in Illinois, 1820-1915
-  Writing and oral communication:
a study of three African-American families in the United States sunbelt
Thus, the researcher suggests that one way to encourage people to write
is to get them to record their family history so that it can be transmitted
from generation to generation.
- YEARS 1990 To 1986
-  A critical guide to sources for the study of the history
of the family in British Columbia, 1849-1918
-  Adel und Kirche in der Grafschaft Armagnac das cluniacensische
Priorat Saint-Jean-Baptiste de Saint-Mont (1036 - 1130);
mit 31 genealogischen Tafeln [also published 1997]
-  An approach to Irish genealogy
-  'Ata 'a tonga mo 'ata 'o tonga:
Early and later prehistory of the Tongan Islands. (Volumes I and II)
The transformation of the Lapita Culture on Tongatapu (1000 BC-AD 500)
into a highly stratified society described by early Europeans and reflected
in oral traditions and slab-faced monuments at Mu'a is the focus of this thesis.
Analysis of slab-faced monuments gives insights into nature
and development of the ruling dynasty and associated lineages.
-  Children in family and society,
Guanajuato, Mexico, 1780 to 1840
[also published 1995, indexed as: "Guanjuato, Mexico"]
-  Contribution à l'étude de la carence familiale:
à propos de quelques généalogies en milieu rural
-  Cultural background to migration: a preliminary study of the English background
of a group of migrants who left Flegg Hundred, Norfolk, in the 1630's and were
among the founders and early settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire [USA]
-  Domkapitel und Schriftlichkeit in Novara (11.-13. Jahrhundert):
Sozial- und Wirtschaftsgeschichte von S. Maria und S. Gaudenzio
im Spiegel der urkundlichen Überlieferungen [published 1994]
Novara, Italy -- Genealogy.
-  Estructura y comportamientos familiares
en la Galicia de fines del Antiguo Régimen
Spain -- Galicia region -- Inheritance and succession. [published 1991]
-  Family and inheritance:
property transfer and social stratification in Lima, Perú, 1820-1840
-  Genetic restoration on complex pedigrees
[Genetic restoration on complex pedigrees]
Analyses of genetic data observed on groups of related individuals
frequently require the computation of probabilities on pedigrees.
Existing methods are computationally intensive and can be infeasible
on large and complex pedigrees.
-  Ghayat al-amani and the life and times of al-Hadi Yahya b. al-Husayn:
an introduction, newly edited text and translation with detailed annotation
The thesis is anchored upon a text extracted from an important 11th / 17th
century Yemeni historical work. The method employed by the author of the
Ghāyat is to record the events of any one year by Itself. I have translated one
year at a time and then followed it by the annotations appertaining to it. It is
hoped that by means of these annotations. (some of which through necessity
are quite detailed ), the text will be better understood. The numerous personages,
tribal names and toponyms are considered, as well as problems concerning points
of chronology and various matters of historical and religious significance. Specific
comment is made upon certain interesting terms or any unusual or striking vocabulary.
The thesis concludes with maps, genealogical tables and a comprehensive bibliography.
-  Girona al segle XIV. Volum II
Notes bibliogr. Tableaux généalogiques. Index. [published 1994]
-  Guhila rule in Mewar
-  Implications for genealogy
in the practice of rhetorical criticism
-  La familia Quitena a finales del siglo XIX y a comienzos del siglo XX
-  La Somalie aux hautes périodes: (de l'antiquité à l'avénement de l'Islam)
Somalia in the ancient times: from antiquity to the advent of Islam; genealogy.
-  Less than gentlemen
Fauquier County, Virginia; O'Bannon family.
-  Los Tome: una familia de artistas españoles del siglo XVIII
-  "May they be prepared for the trials which they may be called to endure":
an intergenerational exploration of domestic ritual and gender roles
in the Fuller-Higginson family papers
-  Mi naqui: Birth and infancy in late medieval and Renaissance Florence
Using information from the ricordanze, the diary-like account books of the Florentine
merchant and ruling elite, letters, humanists' and moralists' tracts on the family,
and contemporary literature, this dissertation examines Florentine attitudes
and behavior regarding birth and infancy from 1300-1600. This dissertation's
conclusions then are at odds with those from the school of family history that
wants to see parental attitudes towards children in the premodern world
characterized by emotional distance, neglect, and even cruelty.
-  Modèles de l'ordre familial et de l'ordre social
dans la première moitié de la dynastie Tang (618-755)
-  My roots: a parent's guide for teaching family heritage
Study and teaching -- Genealogy.
-  Newaygo County, Michigan:
index to birth records, 1867-1883.
-  Paleodiagnosis: a scientifically and historically informed analysis of disease
symptoms of a family living in late nineteenth century Illinois [Roley family.]
-  Pike Co., MS school census ...
Pike County, Mississippi -- Genealogy.
-  Resting rebels: a historical and medical study
of the San Antonio Confederate Cemetary (sic Cemetery)
-  Sir Roger Townshend and His Family:
A Study of Gentry Life in Early Seventeenth Century Norfolk
-  The ancestors are alive: does the Church know?
Africa -- Liberia -- Ancestor worship.
-  The Dahl family: a case study in family history
Minnesota -- Genealogy.
-  The Development of the legal status of the child in England, 1800-1839:
a socio-legal perspective of the principle "for the benefit of the child"
-  The establishment of an aristocratic family in renaissance Verona:
the Verita from the fifteenth to the early seventeenth century
-  The families and politics of La Rochelle 1550--1650
-  The final skeleton: a guide for the family historian on madness in the British Isles,
with special reference to England
-  The preservation of family history in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Genealogical and historical libraries.
-  Zhongguo ren de jia zu zhu yi ji qi bian qian
China -- Family and clans.
-  A leader among peers: the life and times of Duncan Farrar Kenner
Louisiana -- genealogy.
-  A Nonagenarian reviews the history of the Old Northwest,
her native state and hometown
Inspired by a family history that extends from Nantucket Island in the late 1600's
to the arrival of her grandparents in the Old Northwest in 1804, the author surveys
the evolution of the State of Indiana and her hometown from the Indian Village
of Munsee to the contemporary city of Muncie, Indiana. As a Nonagenarian,
the author also relates significant events during 90 years of the 20th Century
and assesses the effect they had on the people of Muncie, her own life, and
the lives of her family and friends. The author makes use of personal experience,
and primary sources, such as: letters, scrapbooks, newspapers, corporate reports,
and memorabilia, as well as relevant historical studies.
-  A study of Korean lineage organization from a regional perspective:
a comparison with the Chinese system
-  A supplementary guide to precalculus,
including women mathematicians and the historical topics they studied.
-  Adel und Burgen im oberen Kinziggebiet: Studien zur Besiedlung
und hochmittelalterlichen Herrschaftsbildung im mittleren Schwarzwald
-  Adel und Kommune in Modena:
Herrschaft und Administration im 12. und 13. Jahrhundert
Italie -- Généalogie. [published 1994]
-  Carrying the thistle south: a social history of my family:
first generation in Otago from 1848
Otago, New Zealand -- Genealogy -- Morgan and Weir families.
-  Colonial court records of Somerset County, Maryland:
a case for documentary publication
-  Daniel Harrison: a man of consequence, myth or reality
Virginia -- Genealogy.
-  Dear Mary Grace
Author's family history; includes listing of Hopkins and Robinson family lines.
-  Demographic and genealogical change
in Old Harbor, Alaska: 1960-1982
-  Die Herren von Fleckenstein im späten Mittelalter:
Untersuchungen zur Geschichte eines Adelsgeschlechts
im pfälzisch-elsässischen Grenzgebiet [published 1990]
-  Evolution de la population des archipels du Pacifique
aux XIXe et XXe siècles
-  Family and community in transition:
an analysis of three nineteenth-century Sandwich, New Hampshire families
-  Family strategies and social organization in southern thailand
The primary method was long term participant observation in two historically related
coastal villages. Data was collected on household composition and economics, on land
tenure and genealogical histories for a period of over one hundred years, on ceremonial
performance and staging, and on features of the material and social environment.
-  Histoire de Montélimar au temps des Adhémar
Montélimar, Drôme, France -- Généalogie -- Moyen âge.
-  History of the Hannell and Carroll families
(Diploma in Family Historical Studies) -- Society of Australian Genealogists.
-  La anacephaleosis de Alonso de Cartagena:
edición, traducción, estudio
-  Lairds and gentlemen: a study of the landed families
of the Eastern Anglo-Scottish Borders c.1540-1603 [published 1988]
-  Les frontières du corps
Through the genealogies and the stories of some healers' families, I have shown
how it would be possible to study the context in which "bricolage" operates.
-  Nominal record linkage: the development of computer strategies
to achieve the family-based record linkage of nineteenth century demographic data.
Genealogy -- Application of computer systems.
-  Occupation, household, and family among the Irish
of nineteenth century Dover, New Hampshire
-  "Surrounded with many vexations": the American Revolution,
the family of William Penn, and the fate of the Penn proprietorship 1767-1779
-  Textual regularities applicable to full text searching:
the case of family history literature [also published 1992]
-  The Haverstock family tent show
-  The Scots and the Manning River, 1840-1860:
a study of the genealogical records of Gordon Dennes [published 2005]
-  Trials of form: two essays on various selves
Genealogy -- Price family.
-  Alabama's Franklin County:
a history of Franklin County and her people
-  Amateur historical inquiry in the tracing of ancestry:
establishing a profile of a genealogist, a Victorian survey
Australia -- Victoria -- Genealogists.
-  Anatomy of a fortune: the house of Foix-Navarre-Albret, 1517-1610
France. [published 1989]
-  Brychan and Welsh genealogy
-  Chumash social organization: an ethnohistoric perspective
California -- Chumash Indians -- Genealogy -- Kinship.
-  Couleur et identité:
le miroir des apparences dans le genèse de populations créoles
[published 1998, as per link identity]
-  Death and diaries in early Renaissance Florence
Italy; Coats of arms.
-  Descent and community in Tidore
Tidore, Indonesia -- Genealogy.
-  Design of a professional genealogical information system:
including navigation from an unstructured database to a structured database
-  Development and presentation of a self-instructional module
on the use of census records in genealogical research
-  From the A'yan to Amir:
the 'Abd al-Karim of the Moroccan Rif, 1900 to 1921
-  Hie gut Wirtemberg allewege:
d. Haus Württemberg von Graf Ulrich d. Stifter bis Herzog Ludwig.
-  Ho thesmos tēs oikogeneias stēn Ēpeiro kata ton 13o aiōna
Epirus region of Albania and Greece; Geneal. table.
-  Identity and trauma: Jewish children saved by Christians during the Holocaust.
The study reviews the treatment of Jews in Nazi-occupied countries, and each child's
background and family history; and then reviews in detail each individual experience.
-  Incorporating expert system technology
into a professional genealogical information system
-  ʻIyunim be-toldot Yehude Germanyah ba-meʼah ha-19:
le-or pirḳe zikhronot u-teʻudot nilṿot shel shete mishpahot.
Germany -- Jews -- Loewenstein and Weigert familes.
-  La généalogie pour le dépistage des maladies héréditaires
L'étude généalogique d'une maladie héréditaire permet de définir
une population à risque et d'améliorer ainsi sa prévention. Nous avons établi
la généalogie d'un malade atteint de polypose recto-colique familiale sur 7
génératiuons jusqu'au XVIIIème siècle et rappelé les caractères de cette maladie
héréditaire autosomique dominante de dégénérescence certaine en l'abscence
de traitement préventif.
-  Les figures de l'origine dans la mythologie japonaise
Study is a semiotic analysis of two Japanese chronicles compiled at the beginning
of the eighth century, the Kojiki and the Nihonshoki [Nihon Shoki].
Wikipedia: Mythologie japonaise [published 1989 / 1990]
-  Life and taxes in medieval Zurich: the demography
of family and household according to fifteenth-century tax rolls [Switzerland]
-  Lineage bonds in fifteenth century Florence: the Giovanni, Parenti, and Petrucci
-  Marriage and family life in the seventeenth century:
a study of gentry families in England
-  'n Genealogiese studie van die Petrus Johannes-tak van die Botes-stam
met besondere verwysing na die weltevrede-plase in die distrik Prins Albert
-  Recommendations for a family history unit for senior high school
Genealogy and oral history -- Study and teaching, secondary.
-  Ritual and ethics:
classical scholarship and lineage institutions in late Imperial China, 1600-1830
China -- Genealogy.
-  The Caracciolo di Brienza in Spanish Naples:
a case-study in the continuity of feudal power, 1550-1720 [published 1990]
-  The early ancestors of Nga Rauru: from an account by Hetaraka Tautahi
New Zealand people; Four folded leaves of geneal. tables in pocket.
-  The Gradis family of eighteenth century Bordeaux: a social and economic study
France -- Jewish merchants.
-  The Konradiner:
a study in genealogical methodology
-  The Perrot family and their circle in South-West Wales
during the later Middle Ages
-  The transformation of the traditional Tongan polity:
a genealogical consideration of Tonga's past
-  The yeoman ideal: a Dutch family in the Middle Colonies, 1660-1800
New York State -- Dutch -- Herring family. [also published 1991]
-  A history of the Cape May County Historical and Genealogical Society
-  A seigneurial family and its property in fourteenth-century Quercy.
France -- Burgada family.
-  Aegis of the bourgeoisie: the Cochin of Paris, 1750-1922 (vol. I and II)
Geneal. table. Compare: The Formation of the Parisian Bourgeoisie, 1690-1830
-  "Among weighty Friends": the archaeology and social history
of the Jacob Mott family, Portsmouth, Rhode Island, 1640-1800 [also published 1988]
-  At home in New York: changing family life
among the propertied in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries
-  Buttons, bows, and dust: Baker Mercantile, 1894-1941
-  Choctaw mixed bloods and the advent of removal
Indians of North America -- Southern States -- Genealogy.
-  Crossing the thresholds:
courtship marriage and family in Victorian America
-  Death in the lives of older blacks: Qualitative assessment of death
in the lives of fifteen older people in Syracuse, New York; focuses on
people's life experiences and records the life histories of the subject group.
-  Die Genealogie der Progenie bei den Medici
[also published 1989]
-  Economic expansion and family formation in medieval Barcelona: 1100-1291
-  Edfou du début de la XIIe Dynastie au début de la XVIIIe Dyanstie:
Études philologiques, sociologiques et historiques
d'un corpus documentaire de l'Égypte pharaonique.
-  Ennobled lives: the Phélypeaux at Pontchartrain, 1609-1727
-  Families and real estate, Rome 1450-1480
-  Folk to national culture in nineteenth century Montgomery County:
archaeological and ethnohistorical evidence from a Maryland Piedmont plantation
-  For the sake of kinship: the overseas Chinese family
California -- San Francisco.
-  From Protoindustry to Sweated Work: Household Producers,
Small Scale Manufacturing, and Rural Development in Southern Anjou, 1780 to 1914
(France) Drawing on the techniques of family history and women's history
to understand the nature of household production, this analysis pays
particular attention to the role of gender hierarchies in the creation of cheap labor.
-  Ireland, Wales and England in the eleventh century
Studies in Celtic history. [published 1991]
-  Japanese attitudes to women, marriage and family since the Tokugawa period
and their effect on families separated by sankin kotai, dekasegi and tanshin funin
-  Julio-Claudian dynastic group monuments
Rome; Julii family, B.C. to A.D.
-  L'Organisation sociale des Turkméne Yomut:
famille et mariage
-  Le consulat et les familles consulaires lyonnaises de 1416 à 1423
-  Les Adhemar,
-  Les officiers généraux de la marine royale, 1715-1774:
origines, conditions, services [published 1990 - Seven (7) volumes]
-  Out of wedlock:
a study of unmarried mothers in a North Oxfordshire village 1668-1830
Geneal. tables. [published 2002]
-  Real estate transfer deeds in Novgorod, 1609-1616: text and commentary
Russia -- Genealogy.
-  Spatial and material aspects of culture:
ethnicity and ideology in Long Island gravestones, 1670-1820
New York -- Genealogy.
-  'The manufactory of men':
work, society and family life in Bradford, West Yorkshire, 1851-1881
-  The Midwife in History with Special Emphasis
on Practice in Medieval Europe and in the Islamic World
-  The roles of upper-class women in fifteenth-century Florence
-  Travail et symbole dans la société des Makhuwa
Description and analysis of the Makhuwa Society in the Northern part
of Mozambique; institutions: filiation, genealogical conception
of social groups, lineage, terminological system of kinship.
- [1986 / 1987] Die Verwandten der Ottonen und ihre Bedeutung
in der Politik Studien zur Familienpolitik und zur Genealogie
des sächsischen Kaiserhauses [published 1986 / 1989]
-  A research guide to cemeteries and tombstone epitaphs
in DeWitt County, Illinois, 1830-1900
-  A statistical study of Basque immigration into California,
Nevada, Idaho and Wyoming between 1900 and 1910
-  Beginner's guide to genealogical research.
See also: Other Publications by Author: Gary T. Hawbaker
-  "Contentment and real friends are one's greatest riches, so cultivate them":
--one woman's auto/biography
-  English urban families in trade, 1660-1800:
the culture of early modern capitalism
-  Family history in the middle school
Georgia -- Local history.
-  From Sicily to America:
a study of three generations of the Salvatore Felice Marino family
Map and genealogical table on folded leaves at back of volume.
-  Genealogical groups in a changing organizational environment:
from lineage to heritage [Other Publications by Author: John P. Dulong]
-  Great Flute Makers of France: The Lot and Godfroy Families, 1650-1900
-  Hämogenetische und genealogische Untersuchungen im Lötschental
-  History through genealogy:
seventeenth century New England life as revealed by one family's records.
-  Irish and Scottish clan-families: their epic heritage and royal Celtic descent
Ireland and Scotland -- Genealogy.
-  La Vie et l'oeuvre de Louis Marchand (1669-1732)
Wikipedia: Louis Marchand (musicien)
-  Le Parlement de Grenoble au dix-Septieme Sieclé
France; includes ancestries (fathers and grandfathers); genealogical notices.
-  Les ancêtres paternels de Frédéric Chopin
[Les ancêtres paternels de Frédéric François Chopin: 1676-1844]
Based upon bona fide documents which, for the most part, have never bee published.
The genealogy of the Chopins living in Lorraine puts the finishing touch to this research
which has been long requested by Frederic's best biographers.
Wikipedia: Frédéric Chopin
-  Les israélites bordelais de 1780 à 1850: autour de l'émancipation [published 1991]
"Situation générale des individus qui professent la religion israélite à Bordeaux",
rapport par Antoine Gautier, daté du 2 juillet 1843.
-  Les potiers de terre de la région de Saint-Jean-de-Fos depuis le Moyen-Age
The case studies of all the potters and tuiliers genealogy. [also published 1987]
-  Los linajes de la baja nobleza en la Andalucía de los siglos XIII al XV:
(Sevilla y Jerez de la Frontera) [Seville, Spain -- Genealogy.] [also published 1987]
-  "Na tarimano i whakaari ... ko rangiwewehi te iwi"
New Zealand -- Maori -- Genealogy.
-  Pfälzer am Niederrhein? Eine bevölkerungsbiolog. u. -geschichtl. Unters.,
unter bes. Berücks. d. genealog., demograph. u. sprachl. Beziehungen = "Pfälzer"
(Palatines) on the lower Rhine river?
A holistic approach, including population biology,
demography, genealogy, history and linguistics.
-  Professions et quelques aspects généalogiques
des étudiants genevois inscrits à l'Académie de Genève, 1559 - 1878
-  Publishing a commercial newsletter: an industry analysis and marketing proposal
United States -- Periodicals -- Genealogy.
-  Resources for ministry with families
Church work with families; Family -- Biblical teachings -- History.
-  River gods and related minor deities:
the Williams family and the Connecticut River Valley, 1637-1790 [published 2005]
-  Text act and tradition: salutations and status
in the Paston family, 1440-1495 England. [published 1995]
-  The Crofut family in northeastern Pennsylvania, 1805-1922.
-  The development of New Zealand Maori figurative painting (folk art)
As a powerful symbol of group identity and continuity, the meeting house
also became a genealogical memorial and a model of the Maori cosmos.
Ringatu teaching and experience of the Maori Land Court changed Maori
historical consciousness, leading to the construction of new tribal identities
based on specific histories rather than genealogy. As the symbol of group
identity, the decorative scheme of the meeting house was transformed
to give visual expression to these new historical narratives.
-  The Family's Construction of the Concept of 'Family'
This study is an exploration into the meaning of the concept of "family",
as it is understood by people in everyday life. In contrast to previous research
in fields such as family communication and family studies, which have relied
on formal, operational definitions of "family" in order to derive generalizations
and test hypotheses, this study has focused on family members' accounts of what
"family" means to them. Those informants who expressed greater selectivity
in their definitions, stressing the importance of personal rather than genealogical
relationships tended to use address
forms which, for them, were less formal and obligatory.
-  The genealogy and chronology of the Ramesside period
Ägypten (Altertum) [published 1988 / 1992 / 1996]
-  The Goodale family: seven generations of continuity and change
in Marlborough, Massachusetts [published 1985]
-  The traditional African family':
patriarchal governance and the development of capitalism in South Africa
-  The W. L. Cornett farmhouse, Linn County, Missouri:
cultural expression and family history through architecture and furniture, 1884-1986
-  Une famille, une association dans le sud de la France
Grenier, Robert and Verbizier families.
-  Un modelo constitucional de familia: [or: El modelo constitucional de familia]
elementos para una crítica sistemática y genealógica de la categoría jurídica de familia
-  Women in Mayo 1821-1851: a historical perspective
County Mayo, Ireland -- Genealogy.
-  Women, the family, and property:
the decline of the dowry in São Paulo, Brazil (1600-1870)
-  Women's ritual roles in Matailobau, Fiji islands:
The construction of gender and social life
These interpretations of women's roles and meanings are based on at least
two observations of each type of ritual and on a knowledge of the broader
social and cultural context in which they occurred. I obtained the latter data
by participant observation and by collecting genealogies, doing a census,
and recording interviews. I spoke with both men and women. Thus, the account,
except where indicated otherwise, reflects both men's and women's statements.
- YEARS 1985 To 1976
-  "A bunch of cast-offs":
Aborigines of the southwest of Western Australia, 1900-1936
Noongar / Nyungar / Nyungah people.
-  A cemetary [sic], abandoned but not forgotten
[Cemetery, abandoned but not forgotten]
Van Blairicom Cemetery, Waterville, Le Sueur County, Minnesota.
-  A dictionary of immigrants to Nova Scotia
Pre-confederation peninsular immigrants from manuscript sources.
-  A genealogic study of inbreeding and prereproductive mortality
in the Old Order Amish
Based on data from Descendants of Christian Fisher
and other Amish-Mennonite pioneer families.
-  Akhbār al-Yaman wa-ashʻāruha wa-ansābuhā :
the history, poetry and genealogy of the Yemen [of 'Abid b. Sharya al-Jurhumi]
[also published 1989]
-  Antoine Berjon (1754-1843),
Biography stresses more particularly his origins and his family environment
(unpublished genealogical tree).
-  Apprenticeship, the family and urban society in early modern England
Cities and towns.
-  Arbeit und Gerät als Zeichensetzung bäuerlicher Familienstrukturen:
zur Stellung der Kinder im Sozialgefrüge landwirtschaftlicher Betreibe
des hessischen Hinterlandes zu Beginn des 20. Jahrhunderts
-  Database for genealogical information
-  Der Nemanjidenstammbaum:
Studien zur mittelalterlichen serbischen Herrscherikonographie
Serbia -- Genealogy.
-  Development of a Curriculum Integrated Library-Use Instructional Model:
A Systematic Approach Into the existing genealogy curriculum
-  Die Pharmazie im Spannungsfeld der Neuorientierung:
Philipp Lorenz Geiger (1785 - 1836)
Leben, Werk u. Wirken; e. Biographie [3 genealog. Taf.]
-  English marriage and morals 1640-1700:
issues and alternatives
-  Family formation in Victorian Scotland
-  Family, household and occupation in pre-industrial England:
social structure in King's Lynn, 1689-1702
-  Family, kinship and migration in the antebellum South, 1810-1860
United States -- Southern States.
-  Gezeten burgers: de elite in een Hollandse stad,
Leiden 1700-1780 = Men of substance: the elite in a Dutch town, Leiden 1700-1780:
with a summary in English [Includes genealogies.]
-  Jin dai Zhongguo min ying qi ye de ge an yan jiu:
Rong jia qi ye fa zhan shi = A case study of modern China's private enterprise:
the development of Rurngjia's enterprise, 1896-1949
Jung family. [published between 1985 - 1986]
-  La geographie tribale du Yemen antique
Yemen Republic -- Genealogy.
-  La maison de Harlay d'après le manuscrit généalogique de Pierre d'Hozier (1636)
-  Les Livres sur la femme dans la Bibliothèque bleue:
généalogies textuelles et généalogies éditoriales (XVIIème siècle-mi-XIXème siècle)
-  Medieval children and surrogate mothers:
a study of maternal sensibility
- [1985 Met goed fatsoen: de elite in een Hollandse stad,
Gouda 1700-1780 = Like a gentleman: the elite in a Dutch town, Gouda 1700-1780:
with a summary in English [Includes genealogies.]
-  Onder regenten: de elite in een Hollandse stad,
Hoorn 1700-1780 = Among regents: the elite in a Dutch town, Hoorn 1700-1780:
with a summary in English [Includes genealogies.]
-  Portraiture and patronage in quattrocento Florence:
with special reference to the Tornaquinci and their Chapel in S. Maria Novella
-  Preserving the source:
early microfilming efforts of the Genealogical Society of Utah, 1938-1950
-  Sikaiana social organization:
Social categories and relationships in a contemporary Polynesian society
(change, scale, complexity) Sikaiana, a Polynesian Outlier located about 100 miles
east of Malaita in the Solomon Islands. Data collection included: observations
of social interaction, social settings, community events, and ceremonies;
interviews about kinship relationships, land tenure, fosterage, social change,
marriage payments; analysis of the Sikaiana language; recording of genealogies,
employment histories and census data; research on historical records
and documents pertaining to Sikaiana history.
-  Steadfastness and adaptability:
family life in seventeenth-century New England and the Chesapeake
-  The four-sided peninsula: journey back to Istria, Yugoslavia
Family -- History.
-  The importance of the extended family in Renaissance Florence and Venice
-  The king o the black art:
a study of the tales of a group of Perthshire travellers in their social context
Three chapters of family history sets out the material recorded from informants.
The psychological chapter reveals the functions the stories had in travellers' lives:
teaching ancestral wisdom, strengthening kinship ties, reinforcing values,
passing on skills for survival, containing fears.
-  The Malyns family: Medieval Manorial Lords
-  The Nottinghamshire landowners and their estates c.1660 - c.1840
England. Introduces the social structure of the data set families which comprise
the stable core of landowners with which the study is concerned. Presents a
series of three family histories bringing together the principal lines of argument,
and setting them in the wider context of estate economics. These chapters
emphasise the contrasting responses of individuals to crises and challenges
in order to maintain continuity of both family and estates.
-  The ties that bind:
kinship association and marriage in the Alberti family, 1378-1428
-  Volunteers in the Union Army from Peshtigo, Wisconsin
United States -- Civil War.
-  Welsh genealogical record sources: a description of the major types,
and their content, availability, and use for genealogical and other research purposes
-  A church book: giving an account of ye first settlement: progress of the Baptists
at Croswicks [sic] or Upper Freehold: typescript, 1911. [New Jersey]
-  A comparison of the quality of work done by catalog technicians and professional
catalogers in a retrospective conversion project at the Salt Lake City genealogy library
-  A critical edition of the Memoirs of Amelia de Henningsen (Notre Mère)
-  A family odyssey: the Bayrams of Tunis, 1756-1861
-  A library user's needs in regards to bibliographic information
in catalog entries of the genealogical society of Utah
-  An Anglo Irish family in Australia Felix
Victoria -- Genealogy; Winter and Winter Cooke families.
-  Aristocratie citadine, pouvoir et discours savant au Maroc pré-colonial:
contribution à une rélecture de la littérature généalogique fassie
(XVe-début du XXe siècle)
Wikipedia: Familles anciennes de Fès
-  Change in Self Through Multigenerational Family Research: Four Case Studies.
This research explores two questions related to changes in each subject:
(1) In what ways does knowledge of the multigenerational family history, viewed
from a systems perspective, change physical, emotional, and social functioning?
(2) In what ways is the study and work with the family of origin useful?
(a) to the personal life of the family therapist who has studied his or her own family?
(b) to families who are in family therapy?
-  Der Nemanjidenstammbaum,
Studien zur mittelalterlichen serbischen Herrscherikonographie
Serbia -- Kings and rulers -- Genealogy -- Pictorial works.
-  Die Familiennamen des ostfriesischen Kreises Leer: Sprachliche
und geographisch-statistische Untersuchungen zum Namenbestand um 1940
-  Die Grafen von Rieneck: Genealogie und Territorienbildung
Wikipedia: Rieneck (Adelsgeschlecht)
-  Die Inschriften des Stadtkreises Ansbach bis 1650
Ansbach, Mittelfranken, Germany -- Genealogy.
-  Die Familie Travers-von Ortenstein
-  Educating an evangelical family, 1798-1833
-  Genealogy research
and data storage program
-  Industrialization and the working class family:
Saint Chamond, 1815-1880 [France]
-  Kleine Herrschaftsträger im Pleissenland:
Studien zur geschichte des mitteldeutschen Adels im 13. Jahrhundert
[Germany; published 1987]
-  La Demarche de l'etude genealogique a la recherche des reseaux de parente
dans un village Haut-Savoyard: a partir de 3 proposants atteints de maladie de wolfram;
travail de l'institut europeen des genomutations
-  Our town:
evolution of family life in Knox County, Ohio, 1900-1960
-  Papers. [published 1980]
Cooke and Winter families; Ireland and Victoria, Australia genealogy.
-  Portrait of an elite family in early nineteenth century Mexico:
economic, social and political aspects (1830s-1840s) [Gordoa family.]
-  Power and authority in provincial England [microform]:
the Lords Hastings, 1461-1546. [published 1985]
-  Power and hegemony: a south italian elite, 1800-1980 (calabria, state, class)
Tracing specific genealogies, it shows how the rise to and consolidation of power
by this group of families followed from the manner of enactment of the liberal property
reforms of the nineteenth century, as well as the way in which the Italian nation-state
took shape early on as a system of elite alliances.
-  Ruckers: a harpsichord and virginal building tradition [published 1983]
Netherlands -- Couchet and Ruckers families.
-  The Bellews of Mount Bellew:
a Catholic gentry family in the age of the Penal Laws.
Accompanied by 1 genealogical chart inserted in a pocket.
-  The challenges of slavery to the family historian
-  The Colonial family in New York:
a study of middle and upper class interpersonal and institutional relationships
-  The cult of domesticity: an historical archaeological perspective
-  The Development, Implementation and Evaluation of a Slide/Tape
Family History Module for the Personal and Family History Course at Ricks College
-  The family definitions, functions, and implications for ministry
Definitions and functions of the family emerging from ... research in
the fields of behavioral science, Biblical studies, and Christian theology.
-  The history of the Best Family of Wiltshire, Worcestershire, London and Australia.
(Diploma in Family Historical Studies)
-  The privatization of the western family: a comparison
of England, France, and the American colonies, 1450-1800 [also published 1987]
-  The widow's peak:
popular images of widowhood in America, 1920-1960 [published 1985]
-  Theory and history of the family:
a case study ; Sydney from the 1870s to the 1930s [New South Wales, Australia]