The Family Tree Historical Maps Book - Europe
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The Family Tree Historical Maps Book - Europe : A Country-by-Country Atlas of European History, 1700s-1900s

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Journey to the Old Country From Ireland to Italy, Portugal to Poland, Germany to Greece, and everywhere in between, explore your ancestors' European homelands through more than 200 gorgeous reproductions of 18th-century maps, 19th-century and early 20th-century maps. These full-color period maps--covering the peak years of European immigration to America--will help you understand changing boundaries in ancestral countries, and inform your search for genealogical records. Inside you'll find: * Historical maps of the European continent showing how national borders evolved over three centuries * Detailed country maps illustrating key geographical units--provinces, counties, regions, cities and more * Time lines of important events in each country's history * Lists of administrative divisions by country for easy reference * A complete index to aid in viewing maps of interest in greater detail online This country-by-country atlas is an indispensable tool for European genealogy. Put your ancestral origins in geographical context, unravel the boundary changes that trip up genealogists, and envision the old country as your ancestors knew it. The book is also a valuable reference for teachers, homeschooling parents and anyone with an interest in European history. Time travel across the continent with the Family Tree Historical Maps Book: Europe.show more

Product details

  • Hardback | 224 pages
  • 268 x 300 x 22mm | 1,399.98g
  • F&W Publications Inc
  • FAMILY TREE BOOKS
  • United States
  • English
  • 1440342040
  • 9781440342042
  • 240,941

About Allison Dolan

Allison Dolan is the publisher of "Family Tree Magazine," the leading genealogy magazine in North America, with a paid circulation of more than 50,000 and 59,000 unique monthly visitors to its website, www.familytreemagazine.com.show more