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They became Americans : finding naturalization records and ethnic origins

Loretto Dennis Szucs
Szucs, Loretto Dennis (Main Author)
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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Ancestry Pub., c1998
viii, 294 p. : ill., facsims, ports.
091648971X

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Includes bibliographical references.

Includes index.

This book attempts to accomplish five specific purposes: 1. To provide an accurate, readable, and interesting historical framework for the citizenship process. 2. To suggest ways of finding naturalization records. 3. To expose the weaknesses and strengths of records. 4. To point to a great array of alternative sources for finding immigrant origins in case naturalization records are not to be found. 5. To help [the reader] enjoy rich sources of Americana--Introd.

Includes many mailing and electronic addresses of archives and government record centers.

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