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a written record of ancestry

one's ancestors or their character or one's ancestral derivation

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Because genealogies can reveal so much, there is much interest in genealogies today.
Establishing African-American genealogies prior to 1870 is especially difficult because the census information collected before that time rarely included the names of slaves, according to ProQuest.
Symrise has published two genealogies covering body care and sun care products.
Bloodless Genealogies of the French Middle Ages: 'Translatio', Kinship, and Metaphor.
Instead of narrating the history of humankind, from creation to the time of King Saul, the Chronicler begins his work with nine chapters of genealogies that (a) situate Israel within the family of nations (ch.
He observed seasonal and ancestral rituals, interviewed local residents, and collected written documentation from local gazetteers, several hundred genealogies, household division records, land deeds, and stone inscriptions, all of which he has put to good use in this book, which is simultaneously a local history and an analysis of Chinese lineages, defined as "a self-professed patrilineal descent group (4).
In the section on female genealogies that follows, Marina Brownlee looks at the way the seventeenth-century Spanish writer Maria de Zayas used her short stories and her own constructed persona as a writer to undermine "colonial discourses" of race, blood purity, and gender.
The IWC classifies whales depending on their genealogies.
We welcome onsite researchers to use our large collection of family genealogies, local histories, DAR records church records, census records, early newspapers on film, city directories, and other materials.
A study in the June 10 Journal of the American Medical Association suggests that publication of such genealogies can violate patient confidentiality
Henderson's claims are contested by several contributors to the volume, who propose critical genealogies of their own.