1. Forensic Science.
2. The Nature of Evidence.
3. The Scene.
4. Investigation - The Search of Evidence.
5. The Thought Process.
6. Studying a Land Parcel.
7. Interpreting the Evidence.
8. Land Records.
9. Dealing with Words.
10. Following Footsteps.
12. Directions and Distances.
13. Dealing with Directions.
14. Dealing with Distances.
15. Dealing with Mathematics.
17. Interviewing (Interrogation).
18. Wood Evidence.
20. Other Types of Monuments and Markers.
21. Highways, Roads and Streets.
22. Water-related Problems.
* Covers basic logic with tips for avoiding assumptions during the investigation which might result in error and bad conclusions
* Detailed information on records research, reconstructing historical documentation, dealing with damaged documentation and interpreting historic records with antiquated measurements and wording
* Unique presentation of physical evidence investigation techniques including interpreting stone, wood, and metal evidence found on site.
* International in scope, book does not deal specifically with records unique to any one country, rather it presents universal investigative techniques and methods
* Advice on the use of the internet for research, and making use of surprising sources of historic information such as postcards, advertisements and family history's