Military Genealogical Resources at the Torrance Public Library
Military Resources Worldwide (from Cindis' List)
|Brown, Brian, In the Footsteps of the Blue and Gray , Shawnee Mission, KS: Two Trails Genealogy, 1996.|
A descriptive inventory of the types of records available at both state and federal levels.
|Carter, Fran, Searching American Military Records , Bountiful, UT: AGLL, 1996. Also in the Reference Collection. |
Basic brief overview.
|Groene, Bertram Hawthorne, Tracing your Civil War Ancestor , New York:Ballantine, 1973 |
|Johnson, Richard, How to Locate Anyone Who Is or Has Been In The Military , Spartenburg, SC: MIE Publishing, 1999. |
How to locate current or former military personnel. Also in the Reference Collection.
|Knox, Debra, World War II Military Records, a Family Historian's Guide , Spartanburg, SC: MIE Pub., 2003.|
Also in the Reference Collection.
|Morebeck, Nancy, Locating Union and Confederate Records: A Guide to the Most Commonly Used Civil War Records of the National Archives and Family History Library , North Salt Lake City: Heritage Quest, 2001|
|Neagles, James, Confederate Research Sources , Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry, 1986. Also in the Reference Collection. |
What Confederate records there are and their exact location.
|Neagles, James, Locating your Revolutionary War Ancestor , Logan, UT: Everton, 1983. Also in the Reference Collection. |
A brief history of the war with descriptions of the collection of the National Archives, the Library of Congress and patriotic societies as well as state resources.
|Neagles, James, U.S. Military Records, A Guide To Federal and State Sources , Salt Lake City, UT: Ancestry, 1994. Also in the Reference Collection. |
Records available and where they are located.
|Schaefer, Christina, The Great War , Baltimore, MD: GPC, 1998. |
Finding World War I records in the countries that participated in the war.