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Effective family research requires some understanding of the society in which your ancestor lived. Your research steps, and the records you search, are going to vary according to the time and place your ancestor lived. Learning about your ancestor’s everyday life, social structure, religious practices, customs, and traditions will enhance your research abilities. This information is especially helpful if you choose to write your family's history. Here are some good topics to consider:
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==Customs==
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Effective family research requires some understanding of the society in which your ancestor lived. Your research steps, and the records you search, are going to vary according to the time and place your ancestor lived. Learning about your ancestor’s everyday life, social structure, religious practices, customs, and traditions will enhance your research abilities. This information is especially helpful if you choose to write your family's history. Here are some good topics to consider:  
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== Customs ==
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*Naming Customs
 
*Naming Customs
==Everyday Life==
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*Infant Mortality
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== Everyday Life ==
*Work in Rural Denmark
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*Infant Mortality  
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*Work in Rural Denmark  
 
*Work in the Cities of Denmark
 
*Work in the Cities of Denmark
==Religious Practices==
 
==Social Structure==
 
*[[Denmark: Adscription of 1733|Adscription of 1733]]
 
*[[Denmark: Copyhold / Copyholder|Copyhold / Copyholder]]
 
*Drudgery
 
*Vornedskab
 
  
==Traditions==
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== Religious Practices  ==
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== Social Structure  ==
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*[[Denmark: Adscription of 1733 (Stavnsbåndet)|Adscription of 1733 (Stavnsbåndet)]]
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*[[Denmark: Copyhold / Copyholder|Copyhold / Copyholder]]
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*[[Denmark: Drudgery|Drudgery]]
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*[[Denmark: Vornedskab|Vornedskab]]
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== Traditions ==
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The following is a good book describing Danish social life and customs:
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*MacHaffie, Ingeborg S., and Margaret A. Nielsen. ''Of Danish Ways''. Minneapolis: Dillion Press, 1976. (FHL 948.9 E6m.)
  
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== References  ==
  
The following is a good book describing Danish social life and customs:
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MacHaffie, Ingeborg S., and Margaret A. Nielsen. ''Of Danish Ways''. Minneapolis: Dillion Press, 1976. (FHL 948.9 E6m.)
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Latest revision as of 06:31, 1 December 2012

Denmark Gotoarrow.png Social Life and Customs

Effective family research requires some understanding of the society in which your ancestor lived. Your research steps, and the records you search, are going to vary according to the time and place your ancestor lived. Learning about your ancestor’s everyday life, social structure, religious practices, customs, and traditions will enhance your research abilities. This information is especially helpful if you choose to write your family's history. Here are some good topics to consider:

Contents

Customs

  • Naming Customs

Everyday Life

  • Infant Mortality
  • Work in Rural Denmark
  • Work in the Cities of Denmark

Religious Practices

Social Structure

Traditions

The following is a good book describing Danish social life and customs:

  • MacHaffie, Ingeborg S., and Margaret A. Nielsen. Of Danish Ways. Minneapolis: Dillion Press, 1976. (FHL 948.9 E6m.)

References



 

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