Re. Essential Genealogy Journals and Magazine?
Chris & Tom Tinney, Sr.
vctinney at dcn.davis.ca.us
Wed Aug 15 07:02:31 EDT 2001
You might wish to include a local
university perspective. There are in subject
genealog*, PE, 1248 items listed in the
California Digital Library.
Beginning alphabetical SAMPLE:
[Includes family to scholarly . . .]
1. The Abravanel family newsletter.
Portland, Or. : A.R. Abravanel, 1987- v. :
ill. ; 28 cm.
2. Academia Guatemalteca de Estudios
Genealógicos, Heráldicos e Históricos.
Guatemala no. ill., ports. 23 cm.
3. Academia mexicana de genealogía
y heraldica. Directorio . . .
4. Academia Mexicana de Genealogía
y Heráldica. Informe de labores
5. Academia Mexicana de Genealogía
y Heráldica. Memorias
6. Academia Mexicana de Genealogía
y Heráldica. Memorias de la Academia
Mexicana de Genealogía y Heráldica
7. Adelsschematismus des österreichischen
8. Afro-American Historical and Genealogical
Society (Washington, D.C.). Journal of the
Afro-American Historical and Genealogical
9. The AGA surname directory. Concord, CA :
American Genealogy Association
10. Die Ahnen deutscher bauernführer
11. Ahnentafeln berühmter Deutscher
12. A.I.S.I. journal of genealogy
and publications list
13. The Akiki. [Kankakee, Ill.]
Kankakee Valley Genealogical
& Historical Society
14. [Alabama family history
and genealogy news (1984)].
Alabama family history and
genealogy news. Cullman, Ala. :
North Central Alabama Genealogical Society
. . .
In other words, if genealogy periodicals
become listed in university databases, such
as in this SAMPLE, old editions are preserved
as well as current findings. Additionally,
there is a "Mail all items (up to 500 items
max) from your search: Or, mail range
of items. Enter numbers: (e.g. 1-6) . . .
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Subject Search: California Periodicals database
Subject Terms: genealog*
(Subjects assigned to periodicals as a whole
-- e.g., latin american literature)
Location: ALL Libraries
MELVYL® System at
UC DAVIS SHIELDS LIBRARY
The Melvyl® System Periodicals Titles
Database is a resource for over 1,200
genealogical periodicals. Choose the
Periodicals Titles Database, and Subject:
"Genealog#". Search for family newsletters
by using these surname(s) in the titles,
such as: "TINNEY". Use more specific
information if available.
Tom Tinney, Sr.
Genealogy and Family History Internet Web Directory
"Free Coverage of the Genealogy World in a Nutshell"
Who's Who in America, Millennium Edition [54th] -
Who's Who In Genealogy and Heraldry, [both editions]
Colleen Ringel wrote:
> As a librarian and genealogist, I would suggest focusing on periodicals that
> are specific to the region or, if known, the area where many settlers came
> from for the majority of the sources. As for general information
> periodicals, I enjoy Family Tree Magazine, Ancestry, Heritage Quest.
> Hope that helps.
> Colleen Ringel
> Reference/Business Librarian
> Morton Grove Public Library
> Morton Grove, IL 60053
> (847) 965-4220
> cringel at webrary.org
> Opinions expressed are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect
> official Library policy.
> >From: "Mike St. Clair" <mike at saintclair.org>
> >To: "Librarians Serving Genealogists" <genealib at lists.acomp.usf.edu>
> >Subject: [genealib] Re: Re. Essential Genealogy Journals and Magazine?
> >Date: Tue, Aug 14, 2001, 4:39 PM
> > As a genealogist that visits as many libraries as I possibly can, I doubt
> > there is a single list that works for most libraries. What I appreciate
> > most in my local library, as well as those I visit elsewhere, is for them
> > to have the periodicals that are specific to their region. I'd like to
> > see these make up 75% of the library's selection. I'll let others
> > comment on the top choices for the other 25%.
> > Just an idea.
> > ----- Original Message -----
> > From: "Diane K. Kovacs" <diane at kovacs.com>
> > To: "Librarians Serving Genealogists" <genealib at lists.acomp.usf.edu>
> > Sent: Tuesday, August 14, 2001 1:51 PM
> > Subject: [genealib] Re. Essential Genealogy Journals and Magazine?
> >> I've looked in Ulrich's and found 38 pages of Genealogy journals,
> >> magazines, and newsletters. What I want to do is find out which are
> >> the core serials..that all of us should have and be aware of the
> >> contents of. I'm at a loss. 8). Please would you share with me
> >> which 5-10 genealogy serials you feel are essential for your library?
> >> I'll compile the complete list and post it to Genealib.
> >> Thank you very very much for any help you can provide.
> >> Diane
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