|A B Lucas Secondary School (1968), London, Ontario||Yearbooks|
|A B Lucas Secondary School (1969), London, Ontario||Yearbooks|
|A B Lucas Secondary School (1971), London, Ontario||Yearbooks|
|A S Stanley High School (1969), Americus, GA||Yearbooks|
|Abilene Christian College (1961), Abilene, TX||Yearbooks|
|Abilene High School (1928), Abilene, TX||Yearbooks|
|Abilene High School (1929), Abilene, TX||Yearbooks|
|Abilene High School (1938), Abilene, TX||Yearbooks|
|Abilene High School (1945), Abilene, TX||Yearbooks|
|Abraham Lincoln High School (1930), Council Bluffs, IA||Yearbooks|
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Source Information and Citation
This database is comprised of numerous previously-published books. To cite information you find in this database, you should include both the information about the database and the information about the original publication. A suggested citation would be: “Yearbooks” (online database, Boulder, Col.: Mocavo, 2012), Orig. Pub.: Orient (Muncie, Ind.: Ball State University, 1938) p. 351.
About the Database
This database contains almost 17,000 books. They come from middle schools, junior high schools, high schools, preparatory schools, colleges and universities, and other organizations from around the United States and Canada.
The information contained in yearbooks will vary by time period and location. Among the information you might find:
Yearbooks can provide a great view of your ancestor at a specific moment in time, usually when they are in their youth. You can see what activities they participated in. Sometimes students provided quotes or other insights to their dreams for the future.
One thing that researchers often forget is that students are not the only people you will find in yearbooks. The faculty and staff of the institution are also often included. If you have ancestors who were teachers, administrators, cooks, janitors, or other school employees, you may be able to find images or other information about your ancestors in yearbooks.
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