Tracing Your Family History with the Whole Family

A Family Research Adventure for All Ages

Robin C McConnell

This book establishes a new dimension in family history research. It is written in the belief that engaging in family history is a venture for all of the present-day family, regardless of age and, sometimes, because of age.
Date Published :
April 2022
Publisher :
Pen and Sword
Language:
English
Illustration :
40 mono illustrations
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Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9781399013888

Dimensions : 9.1 X 6.1 inches
Stock Status : In stockPages : 168
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Overview
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This book is innovative. A plethora of genealogy books primarily assume that family history research is by adults, for adults, marking family history as an ‘adults only’ sphere of life. This book establishes a new dimension in family history research. It is written in the belief that engaging in family history is a venture for all of the present-day family, regardless of age and, sometimes, because of age. To assist those of all ages who venture into this wider domain of family history the book is laden with practical examples.

The author has an outstanding educational background with marked national success at all levels, from sole-teacher of a rural school to professorship achievements. At each level he has been noted nationally. His qualifications reflect this lasting commitment to education with imagination and an abiding belief in the potential of families and their children. He is an acknowledged international expert in teams and team leadership. The subject of his Doctor of Philosophy thesis was in this field and his Master of Philosophy thesis, ‘The Singing Word’, was an experiential development of children’s creative writing. He is a lifelong genealogist.

This book, assuredly, has new material for families, educators and children. It leads from their research of the family’s yesterdays to depictions of the family’s contemporary setting. It then leads children and adults into factual and creative portrayals of their present lives which will be handed on to future generations as informative elements of past and present family history.

About The Author
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Dr Robin McConnell Dip.Tchg. B.Ed. M.Phil (Education) Ph.D. (Team Leadership) is a highly experienced genealogist, educator, team and leadership consultant and writer. He has lived in the United Kingdom, New Zealand and Australia. The internationally acclaimed Janet Frame described his writing as ‘a unique celebration of one man’s joy in living and being alive with family, friends, yesterdays…’ He has some eighty writings and conference presentations. His six best-selling books have included national and international best-sellers.

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