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1 Roger Minert Alsace-Lorraine Place Name Indexes
2005 100 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Alsace-Lorraine. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in then province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 6,350 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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2 Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. Baden Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes
Soft-cover, 116 pp., 2000, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Baden. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 2,050 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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3 Roger Minert Bavaria Place Name Indexes
2006 2888 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Bavaria. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 29,300 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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4 Roger Minert Brandenburg Place Name Indexes
2004 105 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Brandenburg. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regularalphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 5,900 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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5 Roger Minert Braunschweig, Oldenburg, and Thuringia Place Name Indexes
2002 126 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Braunschweig, Oldenburg & Thuringia. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 6,050 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities (over 1,550 in Braunschweig, 3,050 in Oldenburg and 1,400 in Thuringia). Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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6 Roger P. Minert Deciphering Handwriting in German Documents
2001 182 pages, 
A book for analyzing German, Latin and French in vital records written in Germany. Includes many text samples of German documents which have been translated. An excellent book for someone learning to read German documents as well as helpful for someone who has been working on this task for a while and needs more help.


 
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7 Roger Minert East Prussia Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes
Soft-cover, 99 pp., 2006, 
For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 8,450 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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8 Roger Minert Hanover Place Name Indexes
2002 124 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Hanover. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 8,250 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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9 Roger Minert Hesse Place Name Indexes
2000 48 pages, 
Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Index. Includes all identifiable places in the Grand Duchy of Hesse (Hessen-Darmstadt including Oberhessen, Hessen-Starkenburg, and Rheinhessen.) For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 1,750 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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10 Roger Minert Hesse-Nassau Place Name Indexes
2000 82 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Hesse-Nassau. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 4,200 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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11 Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G Kingdom of Saxony Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes
Soft-cover, 76 pp., 2003, 
For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 3,650 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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12 Roger Minert Mecklenburg Place Name Indexes
2000 56 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Mecklenburg. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 2,950 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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13 Roger Minert Pomerania Place Name Indexes
2003 94 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Pomerania. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 17,000 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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14 Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. Posen Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes
Soft-cover, 101 pp., 2004, 
For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 5,750 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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15 Roger Minert Province of Saxony Place Name Indexes
2003 82 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in the Province of Saxony. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 4,950 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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16 Roger Minert and Shirley Riemer Researching in Germany
2001 254 pages, 
A handbook for your visit in the homeland of your ancestor. Complete guide for those traveling to Germany to do family research: from what to pack, money exchange, museums, archives, transportation, etc.


 
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17 Roger Minert Rhineland Place Name Indexes
2003 136 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Rhineland. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 4,950 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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18 Roger Minert Schleswig-Holstein Place Name Indexes
2002 128 pages, 
Identifies place names using alphabetical and reverse alphabetical indexes in Schleswig-Holstein. For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 6,750 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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19 Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. Silesia Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes
Soft-cover, 127 pp., 2006, 
For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 8,350 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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20 Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. West Prussia Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical & Reverse Alphabetical Indexes
Soft-cover, 2005, 
For the first time, a reverse alphabetical index is available to the public. Such indexes have been known and valued among researchers in the Family History Library for some time, but none have been available in print or microform. The Reverse Alphabetical Index allows the researcher to determine the name of a town when the first part of the name (whether one or more letters) is missing. This is a common problem caused by torn or moldy pages, ink blots, tight bindings, poor microfilm quality, etc. By using this index, the researcher can also determine the official spelling for towns when variant spellings occur in old records. The book includes a regular alphabetical index of all the towns in the province as well as regular and reverse alphabetical listings of over 5,100 names of German kingdoms, duchies, principalities, counties, rivers, mountain ranges, and other geopolitical and topographical entities. Experts in the field have this to say about the Place Name Indexes series: "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is indispensable. We need one for every German Province." (Larry Jensen); "A remarkable tool . . . a real time-saver. How did we ever do research without it?" (Daniel Schlyter); "The Reverse Alphabetical Index is the only new technology in the deciphering of names!" (Shirley J. Riemer)


 
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