Author: Whitaker, CGRS, Beverly
In order to identify migration patterns, one must learn the most prominent routes used by persons moving from one location to another during a given time period.
Identifying a family’s probable migration route often leads to a sequence of record sources which add detail to your research.
The focus of this book is a survey of migration patterns within the U.S. 5 1/2 x 8 1/2, 236 pages, softcover. Published 2003.