The definitive study of a culture legendary in Louisiana history. This extensively revised and enlarged edition by Elizabeth Shown Mills nearly doubles the depth and scope of the original 1977 work by Gary B. Mills. 480 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
“A masterpiece! You may never look at American history the same way again.”—Historical Novels Review. 583 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Tales presents the ‘unsung heroes’ of the old Louisiana-Texas borderlands: soldiers and slaves, hunters and farmers, priests and peasants—along with the rare noblesse—who tamed the wild banks of the Red River of the West. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Cane River Slave, Slave Owner, and Paradox. Chapter 1, Louisiana Women (University of Georgia Press). MoreCiteWhere to Find
Early Evangelization of Slaves and Free People of Color in North Louisiana. Cross, Crozier and Crucible. (Archdiocese of New Orleans). MoreCiteWhere to Find
Myths and Misconceptions, Resources, and Opportunities. Generations and Change. (Mercer University Press). MoreCiteWhere to Find
The 2018 sequel to the now-classic Professional Genealogy: A Manual. This totally new guide to the profession, edited by Elizabeth Shown Mills, offers the wisdom of 22 of the field’s current leaders whose specialties range from genetics to law to education. 678 pp.
“ProGen PPS, like its predecessor, is one of the most essential publications ever released for the dynamic world of genealogy.” —Josh Taylor, MA, MLS, and Host of PBS’s Genealogy Roadshow.
The definitive manual for understanding and citing historical records. Library Journal Best Reference 2007. 3d ed. rev, 2017. 892 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Elizabeth Shown Mills, editor & lead author. This now-standard manual “for researchers, writers, editors, lecturers, and librarians” provides guidance for all who pursue genealogy—not just professionals. 29 chapters by 23 leading genealogists. xxvi, 654 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
The classic “briefcase edition,” now in its 20th printing. 124 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Demonstrates how to cite test results, analyses, databases, and other instructional matter to meet research standards. 4 pp.
A simple framework for citing all types of historical materials found on the Internet . 4 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Evidence Analysis: A Research Process Map
Outlines the process by which researchers analyze their findings to arrive at ‘proof,’ together with definitions of all key evidentiary terms. 2 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
A supplemental study guide. Side 1 outlines the processes by which we evaluate our sources, the information those sources give us, and the evidence we draw from that information.
Side 2 presents the newly revised “3x3” Evidence Analysis Process Map. 2 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
A supplemental study guide. Regardless of the type of source you need to cite—whether it’s an artifact, an original document, or an online source—all the basics are here in this one small “cheat sheet.” 2 pp. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Translated abstracts of the colonial Catholic registers of St. François des Natchitoches. Covers whites, blacks, and Native Americans—free and enslaved. MoreCiteWhere to Find
A treasury of bon mots and wise words for all who pursue genealogy. Whether you are a researcher seeking inspiration to break through brick walls or a speaker or writer in search of zingers to punctuate your thoughts, Tips & Quips can be your muse. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Translated abstracts of Register 5, St. François des Natchitoches. Covers whites, blacks, and Native Americans—free and enslaved. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Translated abstracts of registers 11 and 12, St. François des Natchitoches. Covers free population of all ethnicities. MoreCiteWhere to Find
Covers free population of all ethnicities. With Ellie Lennon. MoreCiteWhere to Find