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    Kip Sperry
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    Genealogical Pub Co; First Edition (US) First Printing edition (January 1997)
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He is author of the following family history books (a selected list): Reading Early American Handwriting

He is author of the following family history books (a selected list): Reading Early American Handwriting.

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Kip Sperry, American Genealogist, educator. Chardon, Ohio, United States. Salt Lake City, 1971-1984; collection development library, Family History Library. Salt Lake City, 1984-1991; assistant professor family history, Brigham Young . Provo, Utah. Independent genealogist, since 1968. 14010/?tag prabook0b-20.

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Ohio Genealogy and Local History Sources Index by Stuart Herter (CompuGen Systems, 1986). The Ohio Hundred Year book: A Hand-Book of the Public Men and Public Institutions of Ohio from the Formation of the North-West Territory (1787) to July 1, 1901 by Elliot Howard Gilkey (. Ohio Newspaper Index (Ohio Historical Society, 1996-2001).

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Ohio has an abundance of sources available for genealogical research. In addition, numerous Ohio records have been published by genealogical and historical organizations, and many records and indexes are available on microfilm, microfiche, and even compact disc and the Internet. These sources and many others are described in great detail in this new work by noted genealogical scholar Kip Sperry. Starting with an examination of the holdings of the major Ohio archives and libraries, the work focuses on the many resources available to the researcher, covering everything from church records to divorce records, from periodicals to probates, and from tax records to town records. So thorough is the coverage that it even includes a one-hundred page bibliography of Ohio books and periodicals, the most comprehensive survey of Ohio printed genealogical sources ever published. In addition, the work contains addresses of repositories that house Ohio historical and genealogical records and oral histories, both in and out of the state, addresses of chapters of the Ohio Genealogical Society, a list of Ohio publishers and book dealers, a list of Family History Centers in Ohio, and, at the rear of the book, a collection of Ohio maps of historical and genealogical importance.