The Family History Project: Great Great Stories from the Nation’s Family by National Archives lands on the |> SALE <| shelves in my shop.
The National Archives, 2004, Paperback.
First in this, paperback, edition. Illustrated by way of: Black & White Photographs; Facsimiles;
From the cover: The History Channel launched The Family History Project in September 2003 with the belief that every family has a great story to tell. The nation was invited to share the tales of its ancestors. The thousands of entries revealed a wealth of human experience, from grand achievement to everyday life, love and loss. Here we reproduce the favourites, illustrated with photographs from home archives.
Well-known family historian Nick Barratt provides research tips for those inspired to research their own family tree. In these pages you will meet heroes, lovers, travellers and survivors, as well as family skeletons and some famous figures. Individually, the stories captivate. Together, they bring the nations family history to life in a most extraordinary way.
196 pages. Index. Bibliography. 9″ x 6″.
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