Family Tree Pocket Reference:2. Auflage
The Genealogist´s U.S. History Pocket Reference:Quick Facts & Timelines of American History to Help Understand Your Ancestors Nancy Hendrickson
Who Do You Think You Are? Encyclopedia of Genealogy: The definitive reference guide to tracing your family history (Text Only):ePub edition Nick Barratt
A Genealogist´s Guide to French Names:A Reference for First Names from France Connie Ellefson
Green Guide:The Complete Reference for Consuming Wisely Editors of Green Guide
Die Audio-Enzyklopädie:Ein Nachschlagewerk für Tontechniker De Gruyter Reference. 2. Aufl. Andreas Friesecke
The form and function of popular encyclopedias went through very considerable changes in the 19th century. The study outlines the emergence of the general reference work as a genre in its own right and its differentiation into various types (Konversationslexikon, popular encyclopedia, specialized dictionary). The comparison of encyclopedia production in Germany and Britain, which is notable for a variety of reciprocal reception processes, clearly shows up the frequently non-synchronic stages in the process of change undergone by the genre, e.g. the increasing significance of these works as sources of information and reference as opposed to an educational tool.
The Enzyklopädie des Märchens (Encyclopaedia of the Folk Tale) is a reference work presenting the results of almost two centuries of international research in the field of folk narrative tradition past and present. It compares the rich stock of narrative material from the most diverse ethnic groups transmitted orally and through the medium of literature, and presents its social, historical, psychological, and religious backgrounds.