Books: Search Guides

book Adoption Searchbook, The: Techniques For Tracing People. Mary Jo Rillera. 1981, first edition; 1985, second edition. 205p.; 1991, third revised edition. Pure CA (Formerly Triadoption Publications).

Adoption Searcher's Handbook: A Guidebook for Adoptees, Birth Parents & Others Involved in the Adoption Search. Norma M Tillman. 1993. UFO.

Adoption Searches Made Easier. Joseph J Culligan. 1995. 584p. FJA.

Before the Search: An Adoption Searcher's Primer. Michele Heiderer, Editor. 1997. 80p. Ye Olde Genealogy Press.

Birth Mother Search: Some Day I'll Find Her. EB Schumacher. Frances Goodman, ed. 1991. 96p. Larksdale Press.

Birthbond: Reunions Between Birthparents & Adoptees: What Happens After. Judith S Gediman & Linda P Brown. 285p. 1989. New Horizon Press.

Birthright: The Guide to Search & Reunion for Adoptees, Birthparents & Adoptive Parents. Jean Strauss. 1994. Viking Penguin.

Blue Book 2000, The: The Adoption Re-Connection Directory, Search & Support Referral Source. C Curry Wolf, editor. Annual (9th edition, 2000).Available from the publisher: C Curry Wolf, P.O. Box 230643, Encinitas, CA 92023-0643.

Confessions of a Lost Mother. Elisa M. Barton, ed. 1996. 200p. EM Barton.

Great Adoptee Search Book, The. J Strauss. 1990. 88p. Castle Rock Pub.

Half Way Home: Contact & Reunion Guidelines. Lynn-Claire Davis. 132p. Gabrielle Books.

How to Find Almost Anyone, Anywhere. Norma Mott Tillman. 1998. Rutledge Hill Press.


How to Locate Anyone Who Is or Has Been in the Military. Lt. Col. Richard Johnson. 1989. rev ed. 50p. Military Info Enterprises.

Your Rights and Responsibilities: For expectant parents exploring adoption. Brenda Romanchik.

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