Genealogies cataloged by the Library of Congress since 1986 with a list of established forms of family names and a list of genealogies converted to microfilm since 1983. by Library of Congress

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  • Genealogy -- Bibliography -- Catalogs.

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LC ClassificationsZ5313.U5 L53 1991
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Paginationviii, 1349 p. ;
Number of Pages1349
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Open LibraryOL1558635M
LC Control Number91039573

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