Books by Steve

Finding Grandma’s European Ancestors: Revised 2016

Want to find your European roots? This book gives you easy steps to find where your ancestors left and tips on where to find the European records of your ancestors. Most European countries are covered.
Print Book: $19.99

(available from Amazon)

Polish Genealogy: Four Steps to Success

This book gives the researcher the tools needed to research their Polish ancestors and find possible answers to the origins of their Polish heritage. The book outlines a simple process that will identify where your ancestors were born and where to find their Polish records.
Print Book: $19.99

(available from Amazon)

Find Your Czech and Slovak Ancestors

This book is a great source to find the Czech and Slovak records for your ancestors. The book outlines a simple process that will identify where your ancestors were born and where to find their European records.
Print Book: $19.99

 (available from Amazon)

 

 

 

German Immigration to America

Why did your German ancestors immigrate, when did they leave, where did they leave, how did they get here? This book is a fantastic resource that may help you find answers to these questions and insights about your ancestors’ immigration.
Print Book: $19.99

 (available from Amazon)

Polish Immigration to America: When, Where, Why and How

When did your Polish ancestors immigrate, where did they leave, why did they leave, how did they get here? These are questions we all hope to find the answers. This book discusses the history of Poland and gives some insights into possible answers to the questions about your ancestors’ immigration.
Print Book: $17.99

eBook: $9.99

 (available from Amazon, Kindle, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

Czech and Slovak Immigration to America: When, Where, Why and How

When did your Czech or Slovak ancestors immigrate, where did they leave, why did they leave, how did they get here? This book is a wonderful resource. The author hopes you find the answer to some of these questions in this book. This book discusses the history of their homeland and gives some insights to possible answers to the questions about your ancestors’ immigration.
Print Book: $17.99

(available from Amazon, Kindle, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

 

DNA and Genealogy Research: Simplified

DNA testing has become a popular topic with genealogists but many times the results are confusing. It is a powerful tool, but I am one of the many who find it challenging to educate myself with the science of DNA.  I did not want to become a genetic scientist, and just wanted to work on my family history. The book explains my methods using non-scientific terms and does not discuss Chromosome browsers, haplogroups, or SNPs. I had a brick wall, and I used my genealogical skills and traditional sources with my DNA results to solve the mystery.
Print book: $11.99
eBook: $6.99

 (available from Amazon, Kindle, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

My Polish Grandmother: from Tragedy in Poland to her Rose Garden in America

The story of Anna’s life is different from many stories of immigrants because it is told from the perspective of a woman. She suffered through tragedies in her life in Poland but found the strength to build a new life in the U. S.
Print Book: $14.99
eBook: $7.99

 (available from Amazon, Apple, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

Memories of Dziadka

This book is about the life of a Polish immigrant – his early life in Poland, his travel to America, and his life in Illinois. I also try to describe why his simple life was important to all of us.
Print Book: $17.99
eBook: $7.99

 (available from Amazon, Apple, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)
 

 

 

Basic Genealogy: Saving Your Family History

Find your roots! Start your search now. This book reviews a process that will help everyone start their research, and it gives hints that will make your research successful. 
Print Book: $9.99
eBook: $5.99

 (available from Amazon, Apple, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

Basic Genealogy and Beyond: Easy steps to find your Family History and tips to break down Brick Walls

This book goes beyond the great tips I covered in “Basic Genealogy” and gives many additional methods and sources to find more information to help create an excellent family history of your ancestors. My new book includes new material that covers search tips, organization, an outline of steps to find where your European immigrants left, and the basics of using DNA testing in genealogy.
Print Book: $17.99
eBook: $9.99

 (available from Amazon, Apple, Kindle, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

Write Your Family History: Easy Steps to Organize, Save and Share

Writing a family history can seem to be a very challenging project for many people. However, organizing your research into a format that is easily read by your family is a must. The methods discussed in this book will show the reader a simple format that will make this task much easier.
Print Book: $17.99
eBook: $9.99

 (available from Amazon, Kindle, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

 

 

 

Hints for Translating Polish Genealogical Records

A quick reference guide to help the researcher translate the Polish genealogical records of their ancestors.
eBook:  $2.99

 (available from Kindle, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)
 

Early U.S. Census Records: Two case studies

Census records are a snapshot of your family and finding all of these records is a critical task in researching your family history. This book reviews two case studies that will give you hints on how to decipher the early U.S census which is challenging to use because they list only the head of the household.
eBook: $1.99 

 (available from Kindle, Apple, Barnes & Noble, Kobo, Overdrive, Cloud Library Library Direct, and other online sources)

Quick Reference to U.S. Census Records: a snapshot of the past

Census records are a snapshot of your family at the time the census was taken and contain a wealth of information that can be used the lives of your family. This book explains the information that is included in the census records and how they can be used in your family histories. The book also points to where these records can be found and also includes some search tips.
eBook:  $2.99

 (available on Kindle)

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