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Genealogical History Montgomerys Their Descendants, Used
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This will be a two-part review: 1 The original book 4 stars , and 2 The publication 1 star. David Montgomery had to approach his genealogical research in the same way that I did when I started doing it in the 's: by letters and local records. His work is not scholarly, but it is incredibly comprehensive. His approach does something that frequently cannot be done using internet data--he was able to name children who were born and died between censuses.
Also, he was able to include tales of pioneer struggles that were still fresh in the minds of the settlers.
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While it is well-bound and was shipped very quickly to me, I soon learned that the publication did not measure up to the original in two primary ways: a There are paragraphs and entire pages of gibberish that cannot be read, and these were not all caused by bad originals; b The Index is virtually worthless, as the page references are mostly wrong, and it does not follow the original.