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General Reference ......................................3, 18 African-American ..................................3, 24 Memoirs ..................................................... 22 Native American ........................................ 25 Religious .................................................... 27 Military ...................................................4, 27 Colonial Wars ............................................ 28 French and Indian War............................... 28 Dunmore's War .......................................... 30 Revolutionary War ..................................4,31 Loyalist and British .................................... 34 Hessians...................................................... 34 Post-Revolutionary War............................. 35 War of 1812 ............................................... 35 Mexican War .............................................. 36 Civil War ................................................4, 36 World War I ............................................... 40 World War II .............................................. 40 Korea ......................................................4, 41 Vietnam ...................................................... 41 Cold War .................................................... 41 Bahamas .......................................................... 41 Canada .........................................................3,41 England & Great Britain ................................. 42 France.................................................................. Germany......................................................3, 43 Ireland .........................................................3, 44 Jamaica............................................................ 45 Jewish.............................................................. 45 Mexican .......................................................... 45 Norway............................................................ 45 Scandinavia ..................................................... 45 Scotland ......................................................3, 45 Wales............................................................... 47

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United States ............................................... 4, 47 Alabama ................................................. 4, 48 Alaska ......................................................... 49 Arkansas ..................................................... 49 California................................................ 4, 50 Colorado ................................................. 4, 51 Connecticut ............................................ 4, 52 Dakota Territory ......................................... 52 Delaware................................................. 5, 52 District of Columbia............................... 5, 55 Florida .................................................... 5, 57 Georgia ................................................... 5, 57 Illinois..................................................... 5, 58 Indiana .................................................... 5, 59 Iowa ........................................................ 6, 61 Kansas .................................................... 6, 61 Kentucky ................................................ 6, 61 Louisiana ................................................ 6, 63 Maine ...................................................... 6, 63 Maryland ................................................ 6, 65 Massachusetts ......................................... 7, 79 Michigan......................................................... Minnesota ................................................... 83 Mississippi.................................................. 83 Missouri.................................................. 7, 83 Nebraska ..................................................... 85 Nevada ........................................................ 85 New England .......................................... 7, 85 New Hampshire ...................................... 7, 87 New Jersey ............................................. 8, 89 New Mexico ........................................... 8, 89 New York ............................................... 8, 89

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North Carolina........................................ 9, 97 Ohio ...................................................... 9, 100 Oklahoma ................................................. 106 Oregon ...................................................... 107 Pennsylvania ...................................... 11, 107 Rhode Island....................................... 11, 113 South Carolina.................................... 11, 114 South Dakota ............................................ 117 Tennessee ........................................... 12, 117 Texas .................................................. 13, 121 Vermont .................................................... 123 Virginia............................................... 13, 123 Washington ........................................ 14, 139 West Virginia ..................................... 15, 139 Wisconsin ........................................... 15, 142 Historical Fiction .................................... 15, 142 Family Histories ..................................... 15, 143 Coming Soon .................................................. 17 CD-Roms ...................................................... 162 Too Late to Catalog ............................................

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NEW TITLES 2010

GENERAL REFERENCE

Our Late Great Century, 1900-1999. Gaston Owen McGinnis. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 454 pp. Dr. McGinnis' collection of special episodes and experiences invites the reader on a fascinating journey through the 20th century; a century that brought inconceivable changes in transportation, communication, government, medicine and personal comfort. G5168 - $36.50 Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: Key to the Genealogical Literature, Volume 41 (2002). Karen T. Ackermann & Laird C. Towle, Ph.D. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 214 pp. GPAI is the most comprehensive surname, locality and subject index to current English-language genealogical periodicals available. The material indexed includes genealogies, lineages, source records, and much more. G2556 - $23.50

Civil War

Consigned Indifference: The Military Careers of Six Civil War Generals with Tenuous Fame. Ron V. Killian. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 428 pp. This volume examines the plight, problems, situations, etc. of: Gen. Charles P. Stone, U.S.; Gen. Charles Smith Hamilton, U.S.; Gen. Lloyd Tilghman, CSA; Gen. George Stoneman, U.S.; Gen. Evander McIvor Law, CSA; Gen. Charles Garrison Harker, U.S. K4516 $35.00

Contains information on over 90 locations and includes a total of 11,996 names. S1208 - $83.50

CONNECTICUT

History of the Colony of New Haven to its Absorption into Connecticut, 2nd Edition. Edward E. Atwater, et. al. (1902), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 806 pp. Comprehensive history of the six towns: Branford, Guilford, Milford, New Haven, Stamford and Southold (LI). Includes 130 pages of genealogical data for those towns, plus Stratford, Fairfield, Norwalk, New London and Saybrook. A0224 - $56.00 Abstracts from the Connecticut [formerly New London] Gazette covering Southeastern Connecticut, 1777-1779. Richard B. Marrin. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 334 pp. This volume of news abstracts provides a view of both the everyday life of the colonists of Eastern Connecticut and the extraordinary events of the Revolutionary War. M5017 - $25.00 Abstracts from The Connecticut (Formerly New London) Gazette covering Southeastern Connecticut: 1780-July 25, 1782, Volume 5. Richard B. Marrin. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 264 pp. This volume of news abstracts provides a view of everyday life of the citizens of Eastern Connecticut as they experienced the turmoil of the Revolutionary War with all its victories and defeats. M5191 - $26.00

African-American Germany Ireland Scotland

Shifting Winds of War: Indian Territory 1861-1865. Ethel Crisp Taylor. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 238 pp. Over 30,000 Western and Eastern Indians were drawn into the Civil War conflict as soldiers or auxiliaries of the United States or the Confederate States. Of these people, nearly 10,000 served in the Union in the Indian Home Guard Regiments and 20,000 plus served the Confederacy. T5179 - $24.50

Indian Territory, 1861-1865: The Forts, The Battles, The Soldiers. Ethel Crisp Taylor. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 622 pp. This book contains photos and information on the forts, maps, location of the battles and the remaining rosters of both Confederate and Union troops. It also contains the treaties between the Confederate States and the Indian Nations.This book contains photos and information on the forts, maps, location of the battles and the remaining rosters of both Confederate and Union troops. It also contains the treaties between the Confederate States and the Indian Nations. T3398 - $46.00

MILITARY

Revolutionary War

The Quiet Patriot, Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs: With Meigs's 1775 Journal of the Quebec Expedition. Richard A. Mason. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index. Chronicles of Col. Meigs's experiences in the Revolutionary War: the attack on Quebec with Benedict Arnold; Meigs's daring raid on the British at Sag Harbor; and his postwar adventures as an Ohio pioneer and Cherokee Indian Agent. M5185 - $33.00

DELAWARE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

Index to District of Columbia Land Records, 1792-1817. Wesley E. Pippenger. (2009), 2010, 7x10, paper, 470 pp. These entries include: grantor, grantee, person(s) being bonded, person qualifying for military or public position, parties to civil suits, owner or property being surveyed, etc. Not included in this index are place names or other names buried within individual records. P5249 $47.00

District of Columbia Marrige Records Index, January 20, 1892 to August 30, 1896 (Marriage Record Books 31 to 40). Wesley E. Pippenger. (2009), 2010, 7x10, paper, 500 pp. This index represents marriage records for not only residents of the District of Columbia, but also neighboring Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere. P5250 - $49.00 District of Columbia Marrige Records Index, August 31, 1896 to December 17, 1900 (Marriage Record Books 41 to 65). Wesley E. Pippenger. (2009), 2010, 7x10, paper, 452 pp. This index represents marriage records for not only residents of the District of Columbia, but also neighboring Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere. P5251 - $46.00

Rev. Seth Noble: A Revolutionary War Soldier's Promise of America and the Founding of Bangor, Maine and Columbus, Ohio. Carol B. Smith Fisher. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. Our early history is not dead nor is it completely in the past. It is a part of our American heritage that must be nurtured with continued understanding and appreciation for those who made our American dream possible. This book is a must have for those interested in early Maine, Ohio, and New Brunswick history; and indeed, for anyone interested in this time period of early American nation-building. An index to names, places and subjects completes this work. S5049 $24.00

To Hazard Our Own Security: Maine's Role in the American Revolution. Mike Cecere. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 358 pp. Maine's role in the American Revolution has traditionally been obscured by the fact that it was part of Massachusetts during the conflict and did not become a state in its own right until 1820. Maine's patriots fought in nearly every key engagement of the war. C5174 - $27.00

Women of the War; Their heroism and selfsacrifice. Frank Moore. (1866), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 600 pp. This collection of accounts about the contributions of notable Union women during the Civil War includes: Mrs. Fanny Ricketts, Mrs. Mary A. Brady, Kady Brownell, Mrs. P. B. Hurd, Margaret E. Breckinridge, Mrs. Elida Rumsey Fowle, Bridget Divers, Mrs. Isabella Fogg, and many more. M4739 - $43.50

Korea

South Pacific Marine. Paul Nickerson. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 268 pp. This novel, based on historical fact, follows Gunnery Sgt. Rawlins and his squad from the war against imperial Japanese forces through the Korean War. Weapons, tactics, training, organization, and attitudes are accurately portrayed from both the American and the Japanese perspective. N5150 - $26.00

UNITED STATES ALABAMA CALIFORNIA

Sonoma County, California, Cemetery Records, 1846-1921, Third Edition. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. (1999), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, index, 622 pp.

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Quincy, Illinois, Immigrants from Munsterland, Westphalia, Germany: Volume I. Michael K. Brinkman. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 322 pp. Volume I deals with the life of the emigrants in Germany, their voyage to America and their life in Quincy, Illinois. These pages offer a detailed account of the history of Quincy from the unique perspective of a Münsterland immigrant. B5046 - $29.50

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accounts of the pre-historic races, aborigines, the French, English and American conquests, and a general review of its civil, political and military history. The second is the history of St. Joseph County that includes sketches of its cities, villages and townships; educational, religious, civil, military and political history; portraits of prominent persons and biographies of representative citizens. C2081 - $73.00

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Anne Arundel Baltimore Carroll

Abstracts of Wills Carroll County, Maryland, 1837-1852. Jennifer ShipleySullivan. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 326 pp. Carroll County, Maryland was formed in 1837 from portions of Baltimore and Frederick County. This volume contains 381 wills from the county's first will book spanning 1837 to 1852. A treasure trove of information such as family members, birth and death dates, neig ors, religious affiliation, residence, marriage information, land holdings, personal and household property, burial information and occupation. Often slaves are mentioned along with birth dates and family members. Every will abstract contains the date the will was written, filed and probated as well as executors, codicils and renunciations. Also included is an every name index of individuals and land patents. S5041 - $30.00

IOWA KANSAS KENTUCKY LOUISIANA MAINE

History of Litchfield (Maine), and an account of its Centennial Celebration, 1895, Part 1 & 2. Oliver Barrett Clason. (1897), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 753 pp. New preface by David Colby Young. Includes a brief history of the centennial; a substantial history of the town; and a very complete collection of family records on the town. C0569 - $57.00

Quincy, Illinois, Immigrants from Munsterland, Westphalia, Germany: Volume II. Michael K. Brinkman. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 432 pp. This volume contains biographical sketches of the 1,456 known immigrants who came to Quincy, Illinois from Münsterland, Germany. Entries are numbered and arranged alphabetically by surname. Indices to names and places complete this volume. B5047 - $35.00

Westfall Cemetery, Copley Township, Knox County, Illinois: Cemetery Layout. Michael T. Osler. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 72 pp. Volume I contains an abstract of the actual sexton records of Westfall Cemetery. These records show all of the burials from 1845 to the present, along with notations by the caretakers showing dates for birth and death, relationships, and more. O5003 $13.00 Westfall Cemetery, Copley Township, Knox County, Illinois: Cemetery History. Michael T. Osler. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 320 pp. Volume II includes 383 obituaries out of the 660 individuals buried there. It contains 2,677 names of those interred and their surviving relatives-a complete genealogical reference book for Knox Co., the Westfall family and its 145 allied lines. O5004 - $29.00

Kent

Abstracts of Kent County, Maryland Wills. Volume 1: 1777-1816. Christos Christou and John Anthony Barnhouser. (1997, 2000), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 328 pp. These are detailed abstracts, beginning at the point where the Maryland Calendar of Wills series ends. C0417 $29.50

Burial Records, 1717-1962, of the Eastern Cemetery, Portland, Maine. William B. Jordan, Jr. (1987), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, index, 212 pp. Combines data from the extant stones with the burial records; 7,000 deaths and a history of the cemetery. J0067 - $23.00

Westbrook, Maine Cemeteries; Plus the Surrounding Towns of Cumberland, Falmouth, Gorham, Portland & Windham. Karen Sherman Ketover. (1996), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 460 pp. Inscriptions supplemented with obituaries, and town histories. K0401 - $37.50

Montgomery

Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Jan. 1 1901 - Dec. 27, 1912. John D. Bowman. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages? This continuation of the previous compilation of selected extracts includes marriages, deaths, civil appointments, voters, jurors, significant events, and much more. B5241 $26.50

MARYLAND

Maryland and Delaware Genealogies and Family Histories. Donald Odell Virdin. (1993), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 120 pp. A bibliography of published genealogies of Md. & De. families arrnaged by surname. Over 800 titles on Maryland families and over 200 titles on Delaware families. V0867 - $25.50 Maryland Freedom Papers. Volume 3: Maryland Colonization Society Manumission Book, 1832-1860. Jerry M. Hynson. (2001), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 304 pp. The author is the 2002 James Dent Walker Award Winner. Items recorded include the name, age, and employment of manumitted slaves; the name of the grantor of freedom; any conditions attached to the grant; and the date the manumission was recorded. H0678 $28.00

Notebook On Shipwrecks, Chesapeake Bay, 1800-1977. H. Richard Moale. 2010, 8½x11, paper, 440 pp. This account of brave men who fought the elements on their quest to make a living on the Bay is intended to be not only an historical abstract but a memorial to all those forgotten people and vessels lost in our Chesapeake Bay. Contains facsimile reprints of original documents and photographs. M5171 - $45.00

INDIANA

Hinshaw's Historical Index of Winchester, Indiana, Newspapers, 1857-1984. Gregory P. Hinshaw. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 458 pp. The organization of the entire work is an alphabetical index, which gives readers quick and comprehensive access to historical records and facts (once "lost" in Winchester, Indiana, newspapers) about nearly every topic imaginable in Randolph County history. H5013 - $37.00

MASSACHUSETTS

The History of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Nahum Mitchell. (1840, 1983, 1997), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, new index, 456 pp. Bridgewater was the first interior settlement in Old Plymouth Colony, and as such has great historical and genealogical interest. M9036 - $36.00

Freetown, Massachusetts, Vital Records, 1686-1890. Helen Gurney Thomas. (1988), 2010 5½x8½, paper, 484 pp. T0136 - $40.00 Life of a Haunted House. The Barnstable House of Barnstable, Massachusetts. Genealogy of A Real Haunted House. Paul J. Bunnell, FACG, UE. (2003), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 156 pp. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, the documentation and testimonies surrounding the history of this house raise the question: Do spiritual entities really exist? This story comes to life in 1713 and takes you right up to the present day. It covers the history and genealogy of many of the ancient families of the Cape Cod area and documents the owners of the Barnstable house over the years. B0859 - $22.50

Newspaper Extracts from "The Hoosier State" Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 6, 1892 - December 27, 1893. Carolyn Schwab. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 338 pp. These abstracts of newspaper articles welcome you into the Newport, Indiana, community and introduce you to the people that lived there, along with an interesting glimpse into the area and the era. S5195 - $38.00

History of St. Joseph County, Indiana. Chapman Publishing Company. (1880, 2007), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 1054 pp. This two-volume set is divided into two sections, The first is a history of Indiana, which includes

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Missouri 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 1. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 298 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Adair, Andrews, Atchison, Audrain, Barry, Benton, Bates, Boone, Buchanan, Butler, Caldwell, Calloway, Camden, Cape Girardeau, Carroll, Cass, Cedar, Chariton, Clark, and Clay. G5196 - $35.00

People of Color: Black Genealogical Records and Abstracts from Missouri Sources, Volume 2. Teresa Blattner. (1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 178 pp. Missouri became a state on August 21, 1821, which meant free blacks could not be prevented from entering or remaining in the state. Since many other slave states restricted freed slaves and free blacks from staying within their borders, they migrated to Missouri. This is the second volume in this popular series; it gives information from the 1800s to this century, and draws from many sources. Together with Volume 1, this is an excellent research tool. B0927 - $21.50

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Westing: Personal Narratives of Life on the Rayado, New Mexico Frontier. Andrew Wahll. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 198 pp. The story of Rayado, on the southwest frontier, as recounted by women and men who were there and recorded their impressions and observations; a detailed look at the locale, daily life, and events in the region. W5043 - $22.50

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Ohio. Ohio, as a state, is traced to the end of the 19th century. M1869 - $33.00

Deed Abstracts, Belmont County, Ohio: Volumes A, B, C (1800-1811). Lorraine Indermill Quillon. (2001, 2007), 2010, 6x9, paper, index, 250 pp. Full abstracts of deeds. Q0623 - $26.00

NEW YORK

Squadron A: A History Of Its First Fifty Years, 1889-1939. Association of Ex-Members of Squadron A. (1939), 2010, 6x9, paper, 438 pp. Covers training of this remarkable cavalry regiment; escort duty; parades; service on the Mexican border, in the Spanish-American War and World War I; the Roll of Honor; the Roll of Service for World War I; and much more. Illustrated. A3503 - $48.00

NEW ENGLAND

The History of the Indian Wars in New England from the First Settlement to the Termination of the War with King Philip, in 1677. Reverend William Hubbard. (1677, 1864, 1990), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 626 pp. Has a new historical preface, a biography and genealogical chart on Hubbard, and very extensive notes by Samuel G. Drake which identify people and places, and otherwise greatly expands on the original text. H3291 - $46.00

Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York, Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801. Samuel S. Purple. (1890, 2003), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 366 pp. This collection of marriage records gives: the names of the bride and groom, the date of marriage (day, month and year), and the place of marriage. The list is in Dutch with some words, phrases and abbreviations translated into English. Also of interest is a list of ministers of the church and the dates they served. P0795 - $30.50 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 2. Harold E Hinds, Jr. and Tina Didreckson. (2003), 2010 8½x11, paper, 166 pp. This volume presents a transcription of the surviving serial manuscript records, 1830-1900, for the Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York. H0895 $24.00

History Of Brown County, Ohio: Biographical Sketches [Section V from the original]. W. H. Beers and Company. (1883, 1996), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. In 1876, Congress issued a joint resolution recommending the preparation of local histories of every town and county for preservation in the Library of Congress. The W. H. Beers & Co. publishing house was a prolific producer of such histories. From the original 1883 publication, which ran over 1,000 pages, Heritage Books, Inc. has already reprinted sections dealing with the specific histories of Brown County and each of its townships. This book presents "Part V" from the original volume, a collection of nearly 1,000 biographical sketches of prominent men in each of the Brown County townships. A surname index has been added, in which such names as the following appear: Baird, Brown, Campbell, Cochran, Davis, Day, Devore, Dunn, Ellis, Evans, Jones, Marshall, Martin, Miller, Moore, Smith, Thompson, White, Wilson, and Young. B0427 $30.00 Columbiana County, Ohio Newspaper Abstracts Volume 2. Carol Willsey Bell, CG. (1987), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 154 pp. This latest volume of newspaper abstracts by Mrs Bell includes articles of genealogical and historical interest taken from the New Lisbon Journal, 18671876. Articles cover such items as marriages, births, and deaths, arrests, accidents, biographical, sketches, petitions, divorces, elopements, court proceedings, and family reunions. An index gives easy-access to names. B0079 - $24.00

Dayton's German Heritage: Karl Karstaedt's Golden Jubilee History of the German Pioneer Society of Dayton, Ohio. Don Heinrich Tolzmann, editor. (2001, 2005), 2010, 8½x11, paper, 124 pp. Includes biographies and photos of 80 of Dayton's foremost citizens. T1774 - $23.50

NEW HAMPSHIRE NEW JERSEY

Bloomfield Old and New: An Historical Symposium by Several Authors. Joseph Folsom. (1912), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. This historical sketch is "a symposium of narratives by different authors to whom special departments were assigned. What it lacks in unity it makes up in data. It is a compendium of annals rather than an essay in history." F3009 - $22.00

NORTH CAROLINA OHIO

Ohio Families: A Bibliographic Listing of Books About Ohio Families. Donald M. Hehir. (1993), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 416 pp. This book provides, in one source, a comprehensive listing of all printed Ohioan genealogies and family histories that have made their way into major library collections across the U.S. Many of the books deal with multiple familes, some with non-Ohio roots. Arranged for ease of use, the entries are presented alphabetically according to surname, with a cross index to family and secondary names to help researchers findsurnames that would otherwise remain buried within the text. Also included is a separate bibliography of titles on microfilm at the Library of Congress. H9895 $34.50

Early Church Records Of Gloucester County, New Jersey. Charlotte Meldrum. (1996, 2002), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. Includes records of Haddonfield County which was formed from Gloucester County. Includes marriages, births, deaths and excerpts from the minutes of the two Quaker monthly meetings, Haddonfield and Woodbury--prior to 1826. Moravian Church register, 1742-1794. Marriage licenses of Gloucester, 1728-1750. Registers of St. John Episcopal, 1789 to 1800. Registers of St. Marys Church, Colestown, 1796-1800. M0347 $25.00

Ohio And Her Western Reserve, With a Story of Three States Leading to the Latter, from Connecticut, by Way of Wyoming, Its Indian Wars and Massacre. Alfred Mathews. (1902, 2005), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 374 pp. Chronicles Connecticut's expansion westward, and the role Conn. played in the region we now call

The French Five Hundred and Other Papers. William G. Sibley. (1901, 1997), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. This book sprang from the desire of the author, a newspaper editor in Gallipolis, Ohio, to write about some subjects that particularly interested him at greater length than allowed by the constraints of newspaper journalism. Consequently several seemingly unrelated subjects are treated in this four-part work. The book is primarily about Gallipolis, which is in the south central part of the state. The French 500 were a group of immigrants who migrated first to Virginia and then to Gallipolis, settling it in 1790. is a very readable book written in a pleasing style--at times rather like an editorial piece--with something for almost everyone. An everyname index has been added for convenience. S0746 - $28.00

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Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1860-1869. Jeffrey G. Herbert. (1997), 2010 8½x11, paper, 652 pp. Reconstructs 85% of the lost data. During this period, about 27,000 marriages took place in the Hamilton County area; this collection contains over 23,100 of them. H0616 - $60.00 Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Volume 11: Columbia Township - Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. Mary H. Remler. (1998), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 294 pp. Mary H. Remler, Editor. This work compiles readings of headstones and markers for 25 Columbia Township cemeteries. Records are divided into sections by burial ground and are preceded by brief histories of the grounds and churches around which they are established. Each entry consists of a complete reading of an inscription, including the deceased's name, date of birth, date of death, and assorted information concerning family, military service, and in some cases the condition of markers themselves. The grounds examined in this work include: St. Michael Catholic Cemetery, United Afro American Cemetery, Columbia Pioneer Baptist Churchyard, Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Churchyard, Armstrong Chapel Methodist Churchyard, Fulton Mechanics Cemetery and others. 1998. H1062 - $44.00

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individual priests and ministers before 1850. H1504 - $32.00

HERITAGE BOOKS

Abstracts of Chester County, Pennsylvania Land Records, Volume 4: 1753-1758. Carol Bryant. (1998, 1999, 2003), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 210 pp. One of the original three counties of Pennsylvania from which Lancaster (1729) and Delaware (1789) Counties were formed. Thus, these volumes cover a three-county area. Included are deeds, mortgages, bonds, leases/releases, and land patented in 1681 (recorded as deeds in 1688). Recorded dates begin in 1688 with apparent gaps in 1714 (only 2 entries) and 1715 (none). Numerous entries give clues to relationships and British origins. B9026 - $19.50 Abstracts of York County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 1749-1819. F. Edward Wright. (1995, 2005), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 414 pp. Gives names of persons mentioned in wills, decedent, heirs, trustees, guardians, witnesses, executors, debtors, relatives, references to property being devised, and dates will was written and proved. W0387 - $32.00

Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Vol. 8: Sycamore Township Cemeteries. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (1994), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 232 pp. A compilation of information and burial records for all known cemeteries in Sycamore Township, with the exception of Rest Haven Memorial Park. Included are a large number of names from records that do not have grave markers in Hopewell and Reading Community Cemetery. H0105 - $32.00

Germans To Marion County, Ohio and Their Ancestors. Allen L. Potts. (1996), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 236 pp. The author's search for his wife's German ancestors turned into this collection of known first-generation German immigrants to Marion County, Ohio. The author's intent is to provide future researchers with a source from which to begin their own family adventure such as the one he originally set out on. In his facthunting he used various Marion County records such as census, probate and cemetery records, as well as county histories and also village parish records. P0603 - $34.00

Index of Death Lists appearing in the Cincinnatier Zeitung, 1887-1901. Hamilton County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society. (1999), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, index, 308 pp. What makes this newspaper valuable to family history researchers is the list of German death records which were reported to the Cincinnati Health Department on a daily basis. This index contains more than 20,000 people who died between 1887 and 1901 and includes such information as: the full name of the deceased, sorted alphabetically by last name; the dates that the death notice appeared in the newspaper; and the actual date of death, if given. H1206 - $46.00

Index of Death Notices Appearing in the Cincinnati Daily Times, 1840 - 1879. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (1994), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, index, 288 pp. Death notices in the Cincinnati Daily Times frequently contained information about the deceased and their survivors. Because of space considerations not all of the vital information in the death notice is contained within this index. What it does contain is the name of the deceased, sorted alphabetically by last name, the date(s) that the death notice appeared in the newspaper, and the actual date of death and age, if published. The page number where the original notice can be found is included and if the place of birth was included in the notice, an * appears to left of the page number. H0063 - $41.00

History of Seneca County (Ohio), From the Close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880. William Lang. (1880, 1999), 2010, paper, index, 770 pp. Text is replete with biographical sketches of notable citizens, often noting family members and accompanied by portraits. Chapters cover an array of topics, including the Battle of the Thames, Indians, early settlers, early structures, and more. L1387 - $54.00

PENNSYLVANIA

Bedford County, Pennsylvania Quarter Sessions, 1771-1801. Gerald H. Smith. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 360 pp. Abstracts of these Quarter Sessions dockets contain: administrative entries, such as oaths of office; governmental entries, such as petitions for roads; as well as petty and serious criminal offenses. Certain items of historical interest are fully transcribed.S5253 $31.50

Genealogies, Necrology and Reminiscences of the "Irish Settlement". Rev. John C. Clyde. (1879), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 422 pp. This book is a record of those Scotch-Irish Presbyterian families who were the first settlers in the "Forks of the Delaware" now Northampton County in Pennsylvania. The Genealogy section contains nearly 300 family names. The Necrology section contains all the inscriptions on the tombstones in the old Settlement graveyard. The Reminiscences section gives a more detailed look at the Settlement itself. Items included in this section are the date of the Settlement, the Settlement in the French & Indian War and the Revolutionary War, the minutes of the Settlement academy, Rosebrughs family history, and the relations between the settlers and the Native Americans, along with many other interesting articles. C1020 $34.00

RHODE ISLAND SOUTH CAROLINA TENNESSEE

Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 3, Anderson to Franklin Counties. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 368 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Anderson, Bedford, Benton, Bledsoe, Blount, Bradley, Campbell, Cannon, Carroll, Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Coffee, Davidson, Decatur, DeKalb, Dickson, Dyer, Fayette, Fentress, and Franklin. G5175 - $40.00 Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 4. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 348 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Gibson, Giles, Grainger, Greene, Grundy, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardeman, Hardin, Hawkins, Haywood, Henderson, Henry, Hickman, and Humphreys. G5170 - $26.00

Bucks County, Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Records 1685-1852. Thomas G. Myers. (1999, 2000), 2010 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 654 pp. Entries contain file number, name of decedent, place of residence or death, date of death and occupation when given, dates of court petitions through 1852, etc. M0042 - $47.00

Hamilton County, Ohio, Church Death Records, 1811-1849. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (2000), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, index, 240 pp. This new index has been compiled from the death and burial records of twenty-four churches in Hamilton County, Ohio. It contains nearly 11,000 deaths recorded in the death and burial registers of

The Indian Wars of Pennsylvania: An Account of the Indian Events, in Pennsylvania, of the French & Indian War, Pontiac's War, Lord Dunmore's War, the Revolutionary War and the Indian Uprisings from 1789 to 1795. C. Hale Sipe. (1929, 2005), 2010 5½x8½, paper, indices, 826 pp. This work is a comprehensive historical overview of Pennsylvania history (17551795). S1492 - $63.00

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Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 5. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 280 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Stewart, Sullivan, Sumner, Tipton, Van Buren, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Weakley, White, Williamson, and Wilson. G5197 - $34.00

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History of Roane County, Tennessee, 18011870. Emma Middleton Wells. (1927, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 350 pp. Wells' history is divided into five sections, the first four of which constitute a source-book of genealogical material: early tax lists and lists of voters, militiamen, justices, and veterans of the Revolution and the War of 1812, marriages, church members, and communicants. The fifth section comprises scores of family histories, with references to more than 10,000 persons. W1225 $30.00 Robertson County, Tennessee, Court Minutes, 1796-1807. Carol Wells. (1992), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 274 pp. The information, chronologically arranged, includes the names of the officials who were present at each session and the names of the parties involved in the court proceedings. Records of meetings could include appointments to offices, applications for licenses, petitions, descriptions of deeds, new roads and property boundaries, sales of slaves, etc. W0734 $26.50

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Abstracts from the Clarksville Standard (Formerly the Northern Standard): Richard B. Marrin and Lorna Geer Sheppard. These abstracts offer readers a contemporaneous account of an emerging Texas. Names of residents can be found along with details about small town daily life, as well as news on national and international fronts. Volume 6: 1858-1859, 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 312 pp. - M5173 - $29.00 Volume 7: 1859-1861, 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. - M5178 - $24.50

Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes, Volume 1, 1783-1792. Carol Wells. (1990), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 264 pp. These court minutes are important because few records survive from this formative period in Tennessee history when Davidson County encompassed all of middle and western Tennessee. They are also important because many people are mentioned in the court minutes who do not appear in other records. County court responsibilities went beyond the hearing of lawsuits; roads and ferries had to be provided, brands and marks registered, orphans cared for, estates settled, and many other details of life handled in an orderly manner. In addition to providing a wealth of genealogical information, these abstracts give insight into life during the formative days of the county. A name index is included W0328 - $26.00 Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes: Volume 2, 1792-1799. Carol Wells. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 256 pp. Few records survive from this formative period in Tennessee history when Davidson County encompassed all of middle and western Tennessee. They are important because many people mentioned in the court minutes do not appear in other records. W9461 - $25.50 Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes, Volume 3, 1799-1803. Carol Wells. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 226 pp. This third volume of county court minutes provides a glimpse into the early years of the fledgling state. "Constant creation of new roads and ferries reveal the influx of new settlers to middle Tennessee. Unfamiliar names appeared in the minutes as the justices of the peace dealt with disputes, orphans, poverty, estates, wills, sales, apprentices, licenses, and the multiplicity of other matters that fell to their jurisdiction. The index lists surnames, places and organizations mentioned in the text. W0538 $23.00

Rutherford County, Tennessee, Court Minutes, 1811-1815. Carol Wells. (1994), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 194 pp. Here, compressed into 160 pages, are 1,293 pages of Rutherford County Court Minutes detailing life between the 1810 and 1820 censuses. Minutes include items such as appointments of guardians, care of the indigent and insane, paternity suits, apprenticeships, and much more. W0965 - $21.50

History of Sweetwater Valley, Tennessee. William B. Lenoir. (1916, 1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 442 pp. Lenoir's History of Sweetwater Valley is an admirable blend of regional history and family history, providing the researcher with a twin perspective of Monroe County, Tennessee. Background chapters dwell at length on Sweetwater pioneers, early settlers and settlements, churches, towns, schools, lodges, railroads, etc. Lenoir has included, moreover, genealogies of some fifty-five early Sweetwater families. L0904 - $35.00

Collin County: Pioneering In North Texas. Capt. Roy F. Hall and Helen Gibbard Hall. (1975, 2004), 2010 8½x11, paper, 316 pp. This excellent and highly sought-after county history and collection of over 200 genealogies has been in constant demand since it was first published in 1975. It is a virtual encyclopedia of information about Collin County, Capt. Hall having used his resources as a local newspaper columnist and historian to gather material from old newspapers, archives, and personal acquaintances with some of the old pioneers. H0037 - $49.00 The Paradise of Texas, Volume 2: Clarksville and Red River County, 1846-1860. Richard Marrin and Lorna Geer Sheppard. 2010 (5½x8½), paper, index, 268 pp. The Northern Standard, a weekly newspaper published in Clarksville, provided readers with a full offering of what was happening in Clarksville, Northern Texas, the rest of Texas, the nation, and even the world of the mid-1800s. M4316 - $26.50

VIRGINIA

White Servitude in the Colony of Virginia: A

Study of the System of Indentured Labor in the American Colonies. James Curtis Ballagh. (1895, 2004), 2010 5½x8½, paper, indices, 104 pp. This concise study focuses on the English origins of white servitude and the roll of white indentured servants in the development of the colony of Virginia. Special attention is paid to relevant legislation. B1707 - $14.00

History of the Lost State of Franklin. Samuel Cole Williams. (1933, 2002), 2010, paper, index, 396 pp. No other movement for separate statehood reached, even approximately, the stage attained by Franklin, that of a de facto government, waging war, negotiating treaties and functioning for a term of years in the three great departments that mark an American State, the legislative, executive, and judicial. Genealogical and biographical information is included here as well. The author has preserved the names of minor participants in the struggle, for or against separate statehood. Of the leaders, a fuller account is given. For some of these, even, this is a rescue of their names and deeds from near-oblivion. W2066 - $33.50

Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers, Volume 2, 1803-1812. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1989), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. These abstracts from the earliest newspapers published in Tennessee are a genealogical goldmine for researchers attempting to locate early settlers because there is no complete, extant census until 1830. The material abstracted includes the usual marriage and death notices, but also all other references to local residents such as notices of estate settlements, delinquent taxpayers, announcements of goods and services for sale, notices of runaway spouses and slaves, etc. from 7 papers. E0215 - $25.00

Accomack Accomack County, Virginia Court Order Abstracts, Volume 18: 1744-1753. Joann Riley McKey. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 538 pp. This chronological collection of court orders reaches into the everyday lives of more than 1,300 ordinary Virginians living on the Eastern Shore. Twenty-four justices took turns settling debts and land disputes, assessing taxes, exacting fines, ordering whippings, and more. M5161 - $41.50

Accomack Tithables, 1663-1695. Stratton Nottingham. (1931, 2001), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 82 pp. Tax lists for each year except 1672 and 1673 which are missing. N0262 - $8.00

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Cemeteries of Caroline County, Virginia, Volume 2, Private Cemeteries. Herbert Ridgeway Collins. (1995, 2005), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. Includes inscriptions of 18th, 19th and 20th century tombstones, taken from 125 private cemeteries in Caroline County. Directions to the site and a description of the cemetery are provided. Genealogical data augments many listings. C0390 - $20.00

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Rockingham Scott Shenandoah

Shenandoah County, Virginia: A Study of the 1860 Census with Supplemental Data, The author's original quest of finding his relatives in the 1860 census of Shenandoah County, Virginia, led to the collection of data on hundreds of households. In this first volume, over 500 dwellings are accounted for in Edinburg, Woodstock, Edinburg District, and Powells Fort. The census data, organized by dwelling number and family number, is given for each family; this is followed by detailed biographical information covering nearly every individual in each household. Information on most people includes birth and death dates, marriage dates, military activity, location of burial, education/occupation, children, second spouses, related families, census dwelling and family numbers, and the microfilm page number, when applicable. Volume 1 (1993), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index V3852 - $35.50 Volume 3 (1996), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index V0394 - $35.00 Volume 6 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 456 pp. V5187 - $37.00

HERITAGE BOOKS

Prussian Netzelanders and Other German Immigrants in Green Lake, Marquette & Waushara Counties, Wisconsin. Brian A. Podoll. (1994), 2010, 8½x11, paper, 248 pp. Now for the first time, German family researchers will have a homeland directory from the heart of America's most German state! Extracted from marriage and naturalization records in these three central Wisconsin counties, this book offers an alphabetized listing of those Prussian and German immigrants who gave their homeland birthplaces. P0954 - $34.50

Fairfax

Fairfax County, Virginia Birth Register, 1853-1879. Patricia B. Duncan. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. Colored/Free/White Births entries include: full name, race/sex, date/place of birth, father, mother, informant, and more. Slave Births entries include: owner's name, slave/sex, slave's given name, date/place of birth, mother, informant. No entries for 1860­1864 or 1866­ 1867.D5240 - $26.00

HISTORICAL FICTION FAMILY HISTORIES

The Bantas Of Pleasant Hill, Kentucky: Their Ancestors And Descendants. Joan England Murray. (2000), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 128 pp. A brief background of the family in Holland (1618) is provided, followed by the arrival of the Epke Jacob family in New Netherland (1659), their move to NJ sometime before 1675, and their settlement in PA in the late 1700s. Genealogical records span 9 generations. M1396 $20.00

Fairfax County, Virginia Birth Register, 1880-1896. Patricia B. Duncan. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. The second in a twovolume series of transcriptions includes: surname, given name, race/sex, date of birth, place of birth, father, father's occupation, father's residence, mother, informant, any notation, page and line in register. Appendix contains additional data. D5239 - $24.00 Highland Highland County, Virginia Death Records, 1853-1898. Woodrow Clay Hamilton, Jr. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 280 pp. These transcribed death records of Highland County, Va. (18531898) are complete and include: full name of deceased; sex and race; date, place and cause of death; age; names of parents, spouse, and informant; place of birth; marital status; and occupation. H5042 - $34.00 Loudoun Norfolk Prince William Prince William County, Virginia Patriots and Pensioners, 1752-1856. Military Records from the Prince William County, Virginia Minute and Order Books and Other Source Records. Joan W. Peters. 2009, 6x9, paper, index. This survey identifies patriots and pensioners of Prince William County, Virginia; men who took part in the various eighteenth and nineteenth century conflicts. P4908 - $33.00 Richmond Richmond, Virginia Uncovered: The Records of Slave and Free Blacks listed in the City Sergeant Jail Register, 1841-1846. Nancy C. Frantel. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. The transcribed entries preserved on these pages portray the hardships experienced by the enslaved and free blacks in Richmond, Va. Entries contain names, dates, and fees. A sentencing chart is included. F5045 - $21.00

Wythe

Wythe County Chapters: A Gathering of Materials from Scarce, Rare or Out-of-Print Sources About Wythe County, Virginia. James S. Presgraves. (1972, 2002), 2010 5½x8½, paper, indices, 359 pp. Several old and scarce publications are reprinted here, forming a comprehensive coverage of Wythe County history from its formation in 1790 up to the early 1900s. P1379 - $31.50

York

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 23: Etchison Families of Montgomery County, Maryland. William Neal Hurley, Jr. (2000), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 142 pp. This is the twenty-third book in this series on Maryland families. The author, already renowned for his works on the Beckwith, Bowman, Brandenburg, Browning, Burdette, Fisher, Fry, Fulks, Gue, Hines, Hurley, King, Lewis, Lowder, Maddox, Miles, MullinixMulleneaux, Niekirk, Perry, Pratt, Purdum, Soper, Stottlemyer, Walker, Warfield, Watkins and White families, now turns his attention to the Etchison families of Montgomery County, Maryland. The text is enhanced by an extensive bibliography and an index of full names. H1445 - $19.00

Genealogy of the Descendants of John Ferguson: A Native of Scotland, Who Emigrated to America Before the Revolutionary War. Arthur B. Ferguson. (1911, 2001), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 148 pp. Records cover 94 male and female descendants. Also has a brief genealogy of the Eddy family. F1714 - $19.00

WASHINGTON WEST VIRGINIA WISCONSIN

History of the Territory of Wisconsin From 1836­1848. Moses M. Strong A. M. (1885, 2002), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 658 pp. A comprehensive history of the territorial period. S2231 - $46.00 Genealogical Gleanings From Early Newspapers For Residents In and Near Crawford Co Wisconsin, 1897-1902. Vernon D. Erickson. (1999), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 371 pp. Data on people from all parts of Crawford and nearby sections of Grant and Richland Counties. It is especially useful to researchers interested in central and southern Crawford County. It contains over 6,200 citations culled from the 1897-1900 issues of the Kickapoo Chief, published in Wauzeka. E1404 - $45.50

The Ancestry and Descendants of John Grosvenor of Roxbury, Massachusetts. Richard Grosvenor. (1997), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 120 pp. Begins with a brief history of the Grosvenor family until 1670, when John went to America and worked as a tanner in Roxbury, MA. His family soon branched out and many Grosvenors lived in Schoharie and Montgomery Counties of New York and Geauga and Miami Counties of Ohio. The first generation begins with John Grosvenor. The following information (if known) is given for each individual; birth and death dates, place of birth, vocation, and marriage status. Every family member for the entire ten generations is assigned a number, and selected lines are carried through. Also, a list of sources and an index of over 2000 names are provided. G9762 - $21.00

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Our Maryland Heritage, Book 34: The Hawkins Families. William N. Hurley, Jr. (2002), 2010 paper, index, 154 pp. Descendants of Henry Hawkins, who owned various tracts of land in both Charles and Prince George's counties and left issue in Montgomery and Frederick counties. H2095 - $19.50

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covers portions of a great many Connecticut families. In addition, the ancestry of the allied families is frequently traced back to the immigrant. T0582 - $70.00

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John Jay: The Forgotten Founder. John M. Pafford. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 220 pp. John Jay is the least known of our Founding Fathers; however, in his time, he was considered by many to be the logical successor to Washington as chief executive of the new country. This detailed account examines his life, his character, and his legacy. A chronology and a bibliography enhance the text. P5009 - $23.00 Heartbreak of a Civil War Widow: Life of Sarah Harper McWhirter, 1825-1883, Including Harper Family Ancestry Traced to Oxfordshire, Noke, England in Early 1500's and Selected Information on the 1st Alabama Cavalry, USV. Glenda McWhirter Todd. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. T5252 - $30.00

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 9: Purdum Families. William Neal Hurley, Jr. (1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 306 pp. A bibliography of over 100 titles testifies to the wide range of sources used in this compilation, and a full-name index supplies over 4,500 names. This book is a must for anyone researching the Purdum surname in this area. H0863 - $28.00

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 20: Trundle and Allied Families of Montgomery County, Maryland. William Neal Hurley, Jr. (2000), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. The eight allied families are Hempstone, Dade, Fletchall, Arnold, Sellman, Appleby, Brewer, and Dickerson. H1660 - $27.50

Waltons of Old Virginiaand Sketches of Families in Central Virginia. Wilmer L. Kerns, Ph.D. (2005), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 500 pp. Here is a comprehensive genealogy of the Waltons-a patriotic Virginia family, and allied families. K3513 - $43.00

West Family Genealogy and Family History of the William Nelson West (1775-1846) Family. Karen West Scott. (1998), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 433 pp. Covers William Nelson West (1775-1846) & Asley Rogers (1785-1862. ) S5258 - $44.50

Annie Ricketson's Journal: The Remarkable Voyage of the Only Woman Aboard a Whaling Ship with Her Sea Captain Husband and Crew, 1871-1874. Laura Ricketson Doherty. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 96 pp. Experience life on a whaling ship in the 1870s as seen by a young wife who chose to accompany her husband on a perilous voyage-an invaluable record of life onboard a whaling ship. D5048 - $17.00

John Saxe, Loyalist. George Hill. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 202 pp. This revision and updating of the Genealogy of the Saxe Family, which was compiled by "J. G. S." (published 1930), includes additional material, and copies of many original photographs and previously unpublished letters and documents. H5176 $28.00

Wright Family Land Tax Lists 1782 to 1850, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Robert N. Grant. 2010, 8½x11, paper, 122 pp. This volume contains source information and an index. The source is official county records in the Virginia State Library and Archives in Richmond. The author identifies Wright ancestors from whom the named Wright descends. G5153 - $22.50

Wright Family Birth Records, Marriage Records, Census Records, Deed Records, Death Records, Cemetery Records and Probate Records, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Robert N. Grant. 2010, 8½x11, paper, 184 pp. Contains source information, an index; and identifies Wright ancestors for the named Wrights. G5151 - $27.00 Wright Family Personal Property Tax Lists 1782 to 1850, Rockbridge County, Virginia. Robert N. Grant. 2010, 8½x11, paper, 252 pp. This volume contains source information and an index. The source is official county records in the Virginia State Library and Archives in Richmond. The author identifies Wright ancestors from whom the named Wright descends. G5152 - $32.00

The `Sterling/Storing' Family of Upstate and

Northern New York... Original Descendants of the "Staring Family" of the Mohawk Valley, New York. Beverly K. Sterling. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 894 pp. S4753 - $77.50

Our Maryland Heritage, Book 18: The Young Families. William Neal Hurley, Jr. (1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. Primarily studies the Young family members that originated in Frederick, Washington and Montgomery counties, Md. H1410 - $21.50

The Descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle. George F. Tuttle. (1893), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 850 pp. This book covers the descendants of William and Elizabeth Tuttle, who came from Old England to New England in 1635, and settled in New Haven in 1639, with numerous biographical notes and sketches; also, some account of the descendants of John Tuttle of Dover, New Hampshire; Richard Tuttle of Boston; John Tuttle of Ipswich; and Henry Tuthill of Hingham, Massachusetts; to which is appended genealogical note of several allied families. This huge work also includes female lines of descent from William and Elizabeth Tuttle, and hence,

Biographical Dictionary of The Youngs (Born 1653-1870) From Towns Under the Jurisdiction of Strafford County, New Hampshire before 1840. Louise Rider Young. (1990, 1996), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 438 pp. Young families from a wide variety of sources. Y0285 - $35.50

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Put Up Your Hair. Julie A. Brown. 2010, 5½x8½, paper. B5198 -$16.00

North Carolina Carrolls, 1600s-1850. Elizabeth Carroll Foster. 2010, 5½x8½, paper,. F5199 -$20.50

Tartan For Me! Suggested Tartans for Scottish, Scotch-Irish, Irish, and North American Surnames with Lists of Clan, Family, and District Tartans. Expanded Ninth Edition. Philip D. Smith, Jr. 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 260 pp. S5270 - $31.00 A Pre-Primer for Beginners in Genealogical Search: What to Read before Your First How-To Book. Sophie C. Fisher, M.A.. 2010, 8½x11, paper, 130 pp. F5269 $23.00 Calvary Catholic Cemetery Lexington, Kentucky: Transcribed Plus Some Obits, A-Z. Teresa Mondelli. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 208 pp. M5268 - $23.00

45th Regiment of Virginia Militia Stafford County, Virginia 1781-1856: With Biographical Notes on over 1,600 Militiamen. Jerrilyn Eby. 2010, 6x9, paper, index, 196 pp. E5267 - $25.00

Colonel John Mann, Jr., His Kith, His Kin, His Ancestors, His Descendants, Revised Edition. Timothy A. Mann. (2000), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, pp. Genealogical information is grouped by Mann family heads: Hans, George Bernard, Jacob-with 4 generations, George Adam-with 6 generations, George Carl, George Cunradt, Catrina, and John Sr.-with 10 generations. M5162

Prussian Netzelanders..2nd edition. Brian Podoll. P4240. James City County, Virginia Cemeteries: Family, Historical, Indian, Military and Slave. Frederick W. Boelt, Patricia V. Higgs, Karol W. Hull and Barbara W. Kaufmann. 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 228 pp. B4900. 30.00

The Vital Death Records of Nashua, New Hampshire, 1887-1935. Gerald Q. Nash, Sandra J. Martinson, Roland A. Marchand. 2010, 5½x8½, cloth, alphabetical, 752 pp. Taken from the published City of Nashua, New Hampshire Annual Reports; entries contain: full name of the deceased, date of death, place of birth, name of father, and mother's maiden name. Nashua was originally part of Mass. N4783 - $87.00

The War of the American Revolution: Day by Day, Volume 2, Chapters VI, VII, VIII, IX, and X. The Years 1779, 1780, 1781, 1782, and 1783. Frederick W. Pyne. 2010, 6x9, paper, 652 pp. Journey back in time and experience the events of the American Revolutionary War as they unfold day by day. Illustrations, maps, and an index enhance the text. P4910 - $47.50

Valentines in America. Joseph C. Valentine. (), 2011, . V5023

The Essex Genealogist, Volume 26, 2006. Essex Society of Genealogist, Inc.. (2006), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 214 pp. This series collects the quarterly journals of the Essex Society of Genealogists. Along with genealogical items specific to Essex County, Massachusetts, this volume contains general information and advice for anyone interested in genealogy. Contains a full name index. E5164 - $29.00 Katharine Coman. (1907), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 450 pp. This industrial and economic history examines "the transformation of industrial institutions from indentured servants to the trade union, from the self-employed artisan to the trust, from wild-cat banking to the national bank system..." from the colonial period through about 1900. C5172 - $36.50

The Hessian Drummer Boy of Newport. Walter K. Schroder. The American Revolution from the point of view of Peter, a young Hessian drummer boy. Day to day experiences, from a farm to a long ocean voyage to the Battle of Rhode Island, provide details about a life of waiting for something to happen...to great excitement. Follow Peter through eight years of service among King George III's six thousand troops in Newport during the American Revolution. Experience his adventures, heart-aches, and the difficult choices he must make when he finally returns home.

The Way We Were, The History and Genealogy of the Town of Collins: The Civil War Era - Volume Two, 1852-1900. Linda and Charlie Munro. 2010, 6x9, paper, 408 pp. M5192 - $32.50

The Honorable William Czar Bradley: His Correspondence and Speeches, 1782-1872. Dorr B. Carpenter. 2010, 7x10, paper, index, 398 pp. C5266 - $42.50

Historical Collections of Ohio: An Encyclopedia of the State: History both General and Local, Geography with Descriptions of its Counties, Cities and Villages, It's Agricultural Manufacturing, Mining and Business Development, Sketches of Eminent and Interesting Characters, Etc., with Notes of a Tour Over it it 1886, Volume 1. Henry Howe, LL.D.. (1902), 5½x8½, paper,paper, 2 vols., 986 pp. H2583 - $66.00 Historical Collections of Ohio: An Encyclopedia of the State: History both General and Local, Geography with Descriptions of its Counties, Cities and Villages, It's Agricultural Manufacturing, Mining and Business Development, Sketches of Eminent and Interesting Characters, Etc., with Notes of a Tour Over it it 1886, Volume 2. Henry Howe, LL.D.. H5235 - $62.00

The Industrial History of the United States.

Allison-Mayers Family History: Portrait of an American Family. Robert A. Mayers. 2010,. M5194 -

Clan Ross: The Clanna Siol Aindrea. Joseph R. Ross. (?), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 154 pp. R5230 - $20.00 Rank and Gravity, The Life of General John Armstrong of Carlisle. William W. Betts, Jr. B5273 - $50.00 Index to 1860 Federal Census of South Carolina. Jonnie P. Arnold. (1982, 2002) 2011, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 260 pp. This index is taken from a microfilm copy of the 1860 Federal Census of South Carolina. It contains every surname shown in the census (80,909) and gives the name, district, and page number where the name can be found. A5272 - $31.00

Skulking in the Woods: Irregular Warfare in Pennsylvania During the Seven Years' War. Benjamin G. Scharff. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. Each battle and campaign of the Seven Years' War is examined in detail, revealing the importance of discipline, experience, leadership, decision-making, pure luck and overall strategy; as well as the actual contribution of the irregular warriors. S3708 - $24.50 Abstracts from the Northern Standard and The Red River District [Texas]: January 3, 1852-December 31, 1853. Richard B. Marrin and Lorna Geer Sheppard. M4180 -

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Evidence Explained: Citing History Sources from Artifacts to Cyberspace. Elizabeth Shown Mills. 2007, 6x9, cloth, 885 pp. Evidence Explained is the definitive guide to the citation and analysis of historical sources. It begins with a simple question: Why do we invest so much of our energy into the citation of sources? 23843s $49.95 Evidence! Citation and Analysis for the Family Historian. Elizabeth Shown Mills. (1997), 2000, 6x9, cloth, index, 124 pp. The author, well-known former editor of the NGS Quarterly and speaker, created this must have book, it provides the genealogical researcher with a standard for source citation and sound analysis of evidence. 1404s $16.95 QuickSheet: Citing Online Historical Sources. Elizabeth Shown Mills. 2005, 4 pp. folded sheet, 8½x 11. Provides a template for citing historical sources on the Internet. It also lays down rules to help you judge the reliability of these sources. Published in the form of a laminated folder, the QuickSheet contains a series of sample citations showing the correct way to identify online sources such as databases, census images, and digital books and articles. 9655s - $5.95 The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy. Val D. Greenwood. (2000), 2005, 6x9, cloth, index, illus. 676 pp. The text of choice in colleges or wherever courses in American genealogy are taught, and adopted by the National Genealogical Society as its basic text in their home study courses. It is one of the most comprehensive textbooks on American Genealogy. 0456s - $29.95 Professional Genealogy: A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers and Librarians. Elizabeth Shown Mills. (2001), 2004, 8½x11, cloth, index, 654 pp. What will become the standard for family historians and the librarians who assist them. It is readable, practical, and absolutely essential for the amateur family historian who wants to ensure that their work is of high quality and lasting value. In 29 chapters, all thoroughly researched and expertly presented. 5220s - $44.95 Board for Certification of Genealogists Standards Manual. The Board for Certification of Genealogists. 2000, 8½x11, paper, index, vi+125 pp. Uniform standards of competence and ethics for genealogical research and researchers. A0005s - $19.95 Producing a Quality Family History. Patricia Law Hatcher. 1996, 6x9, paper, index, 278 pp. Focuses on the steps and considerations required for assembling and printing a family history book. 1574s - $19.95 Ancestry's Red Book: American State, County and Town Sources, 3rd Edition. Alice Eichholz, Ph.D. CG, Editor. (1989), 2004, 8½x11, cloth, 858 pp. Quick reference to early land, probate, birth, marriage, death and court record dates for every county in U.S. 0550s - $49.95

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Celebrating Family History, An Anthology of Prize-winning Stories sponsored by the Southern California Genealogical Society. Beth Maltbie Uyehara. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 284 pp. This anthology demonstrates the variety of ways in which a family history can be recorded and preserved. Enjoy remarkable, often touching, sometimes amazing stories! U4084 - $25.00 The Zen of Genealogy: The Lighter Side of Genealogy. Beth Maltbie Uyehara. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 128 pp. Here's the lowdown on: how to get contributions to a genealogy newsletter; how to dazzle your cousins with your research; how to win the real Salt Lake City Olympic events; how to organize your paperwork-for good; how to get your spouse hooked on genealogy; and much more U2272 - $18.00 What Did They Mean By That? A Dictionary of Historical and Genealogical Terms, Old and New. Paul Drake. (2000), 2003, 5½x8½, cloth, 334 pp. This collection of more than 4500 words includes many occupations, descriptions of early furniture and foods, common medical terms and herbal remedies, and many all but forgotten expressions. The words found here are seen at every turn of research; in court documents (especially inventories of estates, court entries, and lawsuits), church records, books, newspapers, letters, and songs. D2500 - $36.00 More What Did They Mean By That. Paul Drake. 2006, 6x9, cloth, 224 pp. The words found here are seen at every turn of research; in court documents (especially inventories of estates, court entries, and lawsuits), church records, books, newspapers, letters, and songs. Mr. Drake, retired lawyer and teacher, and veteran genealogist, writes with a pleasing style that is entertaining and educational with these additions to his book, What Did They Mean by That. D3571 - $21.50 A to Zax: A Comprehensive Dictionary for Genealogists and Historians. Third Edition. Barbara Jean Evans. 1995, 6x9, paper, 300 pp. Thousands of archaic, obscure, or obsolete terms from many sources including: legal, religious, colloquial, monetary, ethnic, historical, medical, geographical, occupational, and more. Two appendices: a list of nicknames and a list of Dutch given names. 1152s - $14.95 The Genealogist's Guide to Researching Tax Records. Carol Cook Darrow, CG and Susan Winchester, Ph.D., CPA. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 182 pp. Tax records can help you establish the location, real estate, personal possessions, economic status and perhaps even the occupations and family relationships of your ancestors. Learn how to find, read and understand tax record data. D4298 - $20.00 Estate Inventories: How To Use Them, Revised Edition. Kenneth L. Smith. 2000, 6x9, paper, glossary, vi+137 pp. Guide saves you time and offers new ideas for research. It provides help to read and interpret inventories with sections on writing, spelling, foreign words, abbreviations, currencies, wage rates, commodity prices, and a glossary of archaic words. 1543s - $12.50

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Genealogical Proof Standard: Building a Solid Case, 2nd Edition. Christine Rose. 2005, 5½x8½, 58 pp. Includes a discussion of the elements of building a case and weighing the evidence. 6547s - $8.95

Early Narratives Of The Northwest: 16341699. Louise Phelps Kellogg. (1917) reprint, index, 382 pp. A major resource on the early northwest. Covers explorations of Samuel Champlain, Jean Nicolet, the Jesuits, Radisson and Grosseilliers, Nicolas Perrot, Father Claude Allouez, Father Jacques Marquette and Louis Jolliet. K1740 - $30.50 The Blue Laws of New Haven Colony, Quaker Laws of Plymouth and Massachusetts, and Blue Laws of New York, Maryland, Virginia and South Carolina. Hinman. (1838). H3022 -

Our Late Great Century, 1900-1999. Gaston Owen McGinnis. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 454 pp. Dr. McGinnis' collection of special episodes and experiences invites the reader on a fascinating journey through the 20th century; a century that brought inconceivable changes in transportation, communication, government, medicine and personal comfort. G5168 - $36.50

The Industrial History of the United States.

Katharine Coman. (1907), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 450 pp. This industrial and economic history examines "the transformation of industrial institutions from indentured servants to the trade union, from the self-employed artisan to the trust, from wild-cat banking to the national bank system.." from the colonial period through about 1900. C5172 - $36.50 Courthouse Research for Family Historians: Your Guide to Genealogical Treasures. Christine Rose. 2004, 8½x11, paper, 219 pp. In addition to birth, marriage, and death records, the book covers a vast amount of information about and research strategies for land and property records, estate records, civil records, criminal records, divorces, tax records, voter registrations, naturalizations, name changes, guardianships, and other types of materials. Methodologies for advance preparation for your visit or inquiry and research strategies are well described in a logical, easy to understand way. 1159 - $21.98 Courthouse Indexes Illustrated. Christine Rose. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 58 pp. Over 30 illustrations with easy-to-follow instructions to use the myriad indexes found at courthouses. This is a "must" guidebook whether you go personally to the courthouse, or use microfilm. 8268s - $9.95 Carmack's Guide to Copyright and Contracts: A Primer for Genealogists, Writers and Researchers. Sharon DeBartolo Carmack. 2005, 8½x11, paper, xv+119 pp. Covers all aspects of copyright law. Each chapter in the book lays out a specific principle of copyright or contracts and then addresses the topic with situations specifically applicable to genealogists. 4756s - $15.95

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Nicknames, Past and Present, 5th Edition Expanded. Christine Rose. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, viii+69 pp. This popular booklet, first published in 1987, in now enlarged. It has over a thousand entries cross-referenced by given name and nicknames. 6546s - $9.95 Clues To Our Family Names, 2nd edition. Lou Stein. (1986, 1988), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. Hundreds of surnames are listed here; many have a description of their use-origins and the root from which they arose. S9084 - $20.00 Death Matters: History - Humor - Advice. Richard H. McHugh. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 180 pp. A brief history of McHugh Funeral Homes, man's care of the dead from the time of the CroMagnon man to the present, plus pre-planned and pre-paid funerals in our time. There is an abundance of humor which the author remembers from his and his forebears' service in the ambulance-funeral business. M4557 - $21.50

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Communities of Kinship: Antebellum Families and the Settlement of the Cotton Frontier. Carolyn Earle Billingsley. 2004, 6x9, paper, photos, tables, maps, 232 pp. This work shows how the analytic category of kinship can add new dimensions to our understanding of the American South. A study of a southern family - that of Thomas Keesee Sr. - to show how the biological, legal, and fictive kinship ties between him and some seven thousand of his descendants and relatives helped to shape the growth of the interior South. 0634s - $24.95 Dutch Systems in Family Naming, New York New Jersey. Rosalie Fellows Bailey, F.A.S.G. (1965), 1999, 7x10, paper, 21 pp. Will interest researchers of early Dutch families and persons studying the origins of surnames. B9012 - $6.50 A Family Affair: How to Plan and Direct the Best Family Reunion Ever. Sandra MacLean Clunies and The National Genealogical Society. 2003, 7x10, paper, index, 320 pp. The book is arranged in logical step-by-step sequence. There are checklists and forms to simplify the paperwork, websites and other references for further information on topics, and tips from others who have held successful reunions. C0020 - $19.99

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Sharp Edges: Knives in America's History. CJ Vannoy. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 146 pp. Knives have fired the imagination of people for centuries. They were the first weapons to be developed, and have been used in warfare since the first man discovered he could kill an enemy with a knife easier than pitching rocks at him. Indians made knives of stone or bone, more advanced civilizations made them of metal, working it into sharp, cutting edges, and often adding ornate hilts. Numerous photographs of knives enhance the narrative. V4556 - $19.00

The Jarrett-Palmer Express of 1876, Coast to Coast in Eighty-Three Hours. J. C. Ladenheim. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 102 pp. Relive an era when riding a transcontinental train was a momentous experience. Not only did the Jarrett Palmer Express of 1876 require enormous preparation, but it was a highly hazardous undertaking, which, against all odds, came to successful completion. L4559 - $16.00 From the Back of the House: Memories of a Steak House Clan. Gary L. Rockey. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 344 pp. Founded in 1930 by Greek emigrant, James Kerkles, Jim's Steak House (located in Ohio's celebrated Cleveland Flats) was the place to go for over sixty years. Photographs, newspaper reviews, magazine articles, and menus enliven this colorful account of local history and culture. R4916 - $30.50

The Student's Pocket Medical Lexicon. Elias Longley. (1889), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 303 pp. Inside, readers will find over 250 pages of definitions (with phonetic spellings to aid in pronunciation) for terms relating to anatomy, pharmacology, diseases, mental and emotional disturbances, the elements, scientific classification, and all other terms "in general use in medicine and the collateral sciences." An appendix includes a list of every fatally poisonous substance then known with reliable or suggested antidotes, a list of abbreviations used in writing prescriptions, and a brief section on metric conversions, with a table of minimum and maximum metric doses for a selection of medications reprinted from Dr. Francis H. Brown's Medical Register for New England. A remarkable artifact and a wonderful addition to your research library! L1545 - $25.00 Hooper's Medical Dictionary 1843. Volume 1, A-J. Robert Hooper M. D. F. L. S. (1843, 2000), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 478 pp. A very detailed dictionary of medical terms from 1843. H4917 - $38.00 Hooper's Medical Dictionary 1843. Volume 2, K-Z. Robert Hooper M. D. F. L. S. (1843, 2000), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 418 pp. A very detailed dictionary of medical terms from 1843. H4918 - $35.00 Versatile Physicians II. Fillmore Buckner. 2009, 5½x8½, paper As a student of medical history, the author has long realized that classic medical histories ignore physicians who make significant contributions to political, military, literary, artistic or economic history. This volume contains biographical sketches of twenty physicians who made or are, in one case, making significant impacts on history in areas other than medicine: Sun Yat-Sen, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Gertrude Stein, Richard Jordan Gatling, W. Somerset Maugham, Joseph Ignace Guillotin, Thomas Dover, Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, Hugh Mercer, Oliver Goldsmith, Emin Pasha, Sir Leander Starr Jameson, Thomas Clark Durant, William Henry Harrison, Ayman Al-Zawahiri, Jean Paul Marat, John Keats, John Henry Holliday, Anton Pavlovich Chekhov, and Franz Fanon. B4911 - $31.00

Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: Key to the Genealogical Literature, Volume 41 (2002). Karen T. Ackermann & Laird C. Towle, Ph.D. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 214 pp. GPAI is the most comprehensive surname, locality and subject index to current English-language genealogical periodicals available. The material indexed includes genealogies, lineages, source records, and much more. G2556 - $23.50 Genealogy is More than Charts. Lorna Duane Smith. (1991), 1997, 5½x8½, paper, 347 pp. A compilation designed to help find motivation for the inexperienced, projects to enrich the records. S0001 - $14.95 Digitizing Your Family History. Rhonda R. McClure. 8½x11, paper, 224 pp. You know the value of preserving precious family heirlooms-old letters, diaries, photographs, Bible pages, but do you have knowledge of the technology needed to safely save these items? Digitizing Your Family History gives you the tools you need to keep these records permanantly. 3865s - $19.99

Genealogy: How To Find Your Ancestors, Revised Edition. Paul Drake, J.D. and Margaret Grove Driskill. 2000, 8½x11, paper, 145 pp. Based upon years of classroom experiences, this how-to book will guide you from your first interview of relatives, through cemeteries, churches, your local library and courthouse, on to State and National archives. Also has a chapter about the uses of the Internet in research. D1476 $29.00 500 Brickwall Solutions to Genealogy Problems. 2003, 6x9, paper, 405 pp. Over 400 pages of interesting and useful stories from people who have encountered problems in their genealogical research, and the solutions they employed. F0006 - $25.00

More Brickwall Solutions To Genealogy Problems. Family Chronicle Magazine. 2004, 6x9, paper, 172 pp. Over 400 pages of interesting and useful stories from people who have encountered problems in their genealogical research, and the solutions they employed. F0007 $15.00 Teaching Genealogy to Young People. Bee Bartron Koons. (2004), 2006, 8½x11, paper, 227 pp. Here is a guide to offering older children and teenagers a personalized journey through history with a little geography on the side; teaching the art of climbing the family tree; and developing the detective skills necessary to discover missing pieces and family secrets. K3353 - $26.00 Young People's Workbook for Junior Genealogy Classes. Bee Bartron Koons. 2005, 8½x11, paper, comb binding, 118 pp. All the lesson-related forms found in Teaching Genealogy to Young People are included. Forms are well formatted and thoughtfully designed. K3354 $18.50

Adventures In Genealogy. Patrick G. Wardell. 2001, paper, index, 195 pp. These pages offer insight on methods, valuable tips, and warnings of common pitfalls. Nicknames, orphans, censuses, military pension files, cemetery records and much more are discussed. Sample documents. W1864 - $20.50 In Search of Family History: A Starting Place. Paul Drake. 1992, 8½x11, paper, index, 145 pp. This book will guide you from your first interview through exploring cemeteries, churches and the secrets of your local libraries to discovering the treasures hidden in courthouses and the National Archives. D0718 - $27.00 Tombstones of Your Ancestors. Louis S. Schafer. (1991), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp. A comprehensive guide to recording and understanding tombstone inscriptions and art. S0436 - $20.00

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The Family News. A Teacher's Guide For Using Genealogy and Newspapers In the Classroom For Grades Third Through Sixth Grade Students. Catherine Zahn. 2001, paper, 8½x11, 38 pp. Throughout this unit students will be encouraged to work on their family history. They will collect and incorporate their family history and artifacts into a newspaper format. Materials needed are ones readily found in any elementary classroom and at home. Z0080 - $7.50 Family Chronicle's Introduction to Genealogy. 2000, 8½x11, paper, 184 pp. A collection of articles selected by the editor of Family Chronicle magazine for the beginner. A0011- $25.00 Family Chronicle. 8½x11, paper, consolidated reprint. Please call for volume content or search www.HeritageBooks. com. $25.00 each volume. Year One: Sept 1996 - Aug 1997. A0009. Year Two: Sept 1997 - Aug 1998. A0010. Year Three: Sept 1998 - Aug 1999. A0419. Year Four: Sept 1999 - Aug 2000. A0420. Year Five: Sept 2000 - Aug 2001. A2143. Year Six: Sept 2001 - Aug 2002. A3493. Year Seven: Sept 2002 - Aug 2003. A4978. Year Eight: Sept 2003 - Aug 2004. F3399. History Magazine Collection. 8½x11, paper, consolidated reprint. Please call for volume content or search www HeritageBooks com. $25.00 each volume. Volume 1: Oct 1999 - Sept 2000. A2141. Volume 2: Oct 2000 - Sept 2001. A2142. Volume 3: Oct 2001 - Sept 2002. A4979. Volume 4: Oct 2002 - Sept 2003. A4980. Volume 5: Oct 2003 - Sept 2004. A9036. Family Archaeology: Discovering The Family Skeleton And Making It Dance. Freya Ottem Hanson. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 114 pp. This book suggests ways to discover hidden treasure from the past and challenges you to unearth more about the people in your ancestral tree. It encourages you to rediscover family values, traditions, and stories and then presents ways to experience that heritage. H2264 - $17.00 The Lebanon Cook Book: Compiled from Recipes Collected by the Ladies of the Centenary M. E. Church. Centenary M. E. Church. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. Much more than a book of recipes, this book contains valuable social history. Many recipes are devoted to home remedies and preserving foods. Advertisements reflect the life of a rural county seat of the period. C4297 - $29.00 Genealogical Periodical Annual Index: Key to the Genealogical Literature. Leslie K. Towle and Laird C. Towle. Genealogical periodicals contain a wealth of information which genealogists oftentimes overlook thinking that they are inaccessible. GPAI is the most comprehensive surname, locality and subject index to current English-language genealogical periodicals available. The material indexed includes genealogies, lineages, Bible records, source records, book reviews, and all other material of permanent value. Many volumes available, prices vary. Please call for availability or search on keyword GPAI at www HeritageBooks com.

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Heritage Hunting. Donna Potter Phillips. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 287 pp. Articles, originally appearing in newspapers (1992-1996), range from basic how-tos (getting started, using censuses, writing for records) to very specialized topics (using the LDS computer databases or finding special archives in Germany). Along with the lessons, she sprinkles in many items of humor and seasonal fun. P0880 - $26.50 NGS Genealogy Puzzles. Joan R. Hankey. (1987), 1992, 8½x11, paper, 59 pp. This second revised edition contains all the material from the 1990 edition plus corrections and additions to the 1993 edition. The material is arranged in a biographical dictionary format; cross-references allow you to move among parents, children and other relatives. The info for each person varies but names, dates and places abound. H0058 - $9.00 You Ought to Write All That Down: A Guide to Organizing and Writing Genealogical Narrative. Revised Edition. Paul Drake. (1998), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 218 pp. We all have been told that we should write a book. Here is a complete, detailed, and well-written guide for planning, organizing, writing, publishing and selling such a work. D0989 - $34.00 Your Story: A Writing Guide For Genealogists. Carla Jean Eardley. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 118 pp. How to turn your genealogical research into compelling stories-even if you've never written anything more complicated than a letter. E0110 - $15.50 Windows on the Past: Identifying, Dating, and Preserving Photographs. Diane VanSkiver Gagel. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 95 pp. A useful guide to dating and caring for family photographic collections. G1620 - $17.00 Uncovering Your Ancestry through Family Photographs [Revised edition]. Maureen A. Taylor. 2005, 8½x11, paper, 144 pp. In this visually stunning book, Taylor shows you how to cherish old photographs and what clues they provide on your ancestors' lives. You'll learn to identify people in photographs, tell stories of the identified photos using clues in the images, and create worksheets for each image to expand your knowledge about your ancestors. 9690s - $24.99 Preserving Your Family Photographs: How to organize, present, and restore precious family images. Maureen Taylor. 8½x11, 192 pp. The author shows you how to organize and store your most cherished images your ancestors so that future generations will have the benefit of enjoying them as well. You will learn how to care for family photographs, identify different types of damage, learn basic conservation techniques, and buy the proper storage materials. A1673s - $19.99

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Directory of Photographers in the United States 1888 & 1889 and Canada 1889. Diane VanSkiver Gagel. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 349 pp. This Directory was taken from the First and Second Annual Editions of the Lithographers' and Photographers' Directory: A Directory for Lithographers, Photographers and for all allied Arts and Trades in the United States and Canada, Mexico, Central and South America, published in 1888 and 1889. In the original format entries were arranged by country, state and city. G2263 $31.00 More Dating Old Photographs. Maureen Taylor. 2004, 8½x11, paper, 120 pp. Contains over 650 pictures covering the period from the 1840s to the 1920s. By comparing your unknown pictures to those in this book, you will be able to compare clothing and hair fashion, the poses adopted by the subject and the background settings. T3034 - $16.00 How to Plot Land Surveys: A Basic Primer For Drawing Deeds, Surveys and Other Land Descriptions. Neal O. Hively. 2000, 8½x11, paper, illus. 66 pp. Includes all that is required to learn basic survey plotting: step by step explanation and instructions and tools: cut out protractor, multiple-scale ruler and lined graph paper. A glossary of land survey and legal terms is provided. 2126s - $12.50 Walking with Your Ancestors. Melinda Kashuba. 2005, 8½x11, paper, 240 pp. You'll see how maps are great tools in tracing your family history, from locating an ancestor's homesite and where records might be kept to determining which route and roads your forebears took when migrating from one area to another. You'll learn how to find historic maps to help your search, locate obscure towns and villages, determine shifting boundary changes that can affect your search, and use maps to find cemeteries and ancestral homesites. 9676s - $22.99 An Atlas of Appalachian Trails to the Ohio River. Carrie Eldridge. 1998, 11x17, paper, 48 pp. This atlas has early Indian and frontier trails for the time span of 1755 to 1800. The Appalachian region covers (West) Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Ohio. 7400s - $15.00 An Atlas of Settlement between the Appalachian Mountains and the Mississippi/Missouri Valleys - 1760-1880. Carrie Eldridge. 2006, 11x17, paper, 50 pp. Shows the areas of American settlement as the pioneers advanced across the western frontier. Beginning with the Greenbrier and Bluegrass regions just beyond the mountains of 1760 and extending through the Ohio Valley then into the southern regions leading to Texas and the opening of the Great Lakes region. 40008s - $15.00 Atlas of the Southern Trails to the Mississippi. Carrie Eldridge. (1999), 11x17, paper, 38 pp. This atlas has early Indian and Frontier trails for the time span of about 1750 to 1816. The Southern Trails cover Maryland, (West) Virginia, Kentucky, Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Louisiana; also other states traveling to the Mississippi region. 7392s - $15.00

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An Atlas of Trails West of the Mississippi River. Carrie Eldridge. 2000, 11x17, paper, atlas, 43 pp. Includes chapters on North American control, Hazards West of the Mississippi, Opening of the Great West, Improving Life and a list of western forts. 0967Cs - $15.00 An Atlas of Northern Trails Westward from New England. Carrie Eldridge. 2000, atlas, 11x17, paper, 37 pp. Includes chapters with maps pertaining to European Settlers, Barriers to Western Movement, Indian Homelands, Fur Traders and Indian Paths, Portage Paths, Northeast Settlements, War and Migration, English and French Fortifications, American Independence, Opening the Ohio Country, Western Routes, Western Lands and Eastern Money, and Destinations. 4155s - $15.00 An Atlas of German Migration and America. Carrie Eldridge. 2002, 11x17, paper, viii+40. Includes chapters on the German Homeland in Europe, German Origins and Destinations, and America-Land of Opportunity. Numerous maps. A2569s - $15.00 On The Frontier of Virginia and North Carolina. Carrie Eldridge. 1999, 8½x11, paper, spiralbound, maps, 17 pp. Between 1720 and 1820 more than 75% of the people moving on the frontier were "over the mountains" in western Virginia or North Carolina. To locate families, a researcher need an understanding of how and when that region developed. A0634s - $10.00 Heraldry for the American Genealogist. Dr. Jean Stephenson. 1938-1940 + 1959, 6½x10, paper, iv+44 pp. Variey of heraldic topics providing an introduction to the study of coats of arms. S0025 - $5.00

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Murder and Madness, Military Matters and Managed Medicine, Memorable Milestones and Moments. Allen D. Spiegel. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. True crime, criminal justice, military matters, uncommon heroes, madness, feminism, medicine, gender discrimination and prevalent social issues are examined on these pages. S4079 - $34.00 Hookers, Crooks and Kooks, Part I Hookers. Jana Sloan Broglin, CG. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 192 pp. The first in a series of books regarding Hookers, Crooks, and Kooks, tackles the listings of prostitutes in the 1880 United States Federal--an amazing total of 6,210 were listed with this occupation. B4604 - $22.00 Hookers, Crooks and Kooks, Part II Crooks and Kooks. Jana Sloan Broglin, CG. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 170 pp. This volume tackles the listings of crooks and kooks (along with some unusual listings such as baseball players) in the 1880 U.S. Federal Census. Opium dealers, vagrants, gamblers, oracles, and those who laid out the dead to name a few. B4550 - $21.00 Wonderful "Wicked" Women of the World. Barbara Venton Montgomery. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 112 pp. Described by historians as "sexually repressed," "aggressive," "selfobsessed," and "wicked" these wonderful women led armies, and with brains as well as beauty, defended themselves and their lands. Win or lose, they displayed courage and fearlessness to the end of their lives. M3355 - $18.50 Women Short-Changed by History. Barbara Venton Montgomery, Ph. D. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 110 pp. This fascinating text brings to light the contributions of five women seldom, if ever, mentioned as more than passing characters in the rich pageant of American history: Pocahontas, Lucy Terry Prince, Mary Edwards Walker, Sarah Josepha Hale, and Victoria Claflin Woodhull. M9991 - $15.00 Women at the Reins: Farm Memories based on the collection From Mules to Microwaves. LaRayne Meyer Topp. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 420 pp. This compilation of stories about rural life from the woman's perspective, collected by American Agri-Women, spans the years from when immigrants first set foot on American soil until the present day-from the times of mules to the days of microwaves. T4781 - $35.00 Pioneer Women of the West. Mrs. Elizabeth F. Ellet. (1873, 2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 446 pp. This large volume contains biographical sketches of 58 women who moved across the Appalachian Mountains, after the Revolution, to settle in the vast country between Tennessee and Michigan that we now call the mid-west. A good deal of genealogical data is provided, as well as a woman's viewpoint into that interesting era in our history. E2126 - $36.00 Mrs. Joe's Housekeeping Guide. Joe Mitchell Chapple. (1909), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 376 pp. This guide offers a detailed picture of everyday American life in the late 1890s to the early 1900s. It includes suggestions for cooking, cleaning, treatment of ailments and more. C4293 $33.00

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Sandlot: "The Soul of Baseball". William A. Aleshire. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 252 pp. This is a story about black sandlot baseball teams and some of their individual team members who played in and around Prince George's County, Maryland. This book explores an "untold story" of the black baseball experience. A3554 - $29.00 A Grassroots History of Baseball: Days of the Rosewood Bat and the Silver Ball. Richard J Staats. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp. The magical era of "Base Ball" exploded with enthusiasm across northeast Ohio in 1867. Base Ball clubs sprung up in every city, small town, and hamlet. Vintage photographs enliven the text. S2466 - $18.50 Tripping Over Europe: Expert Advice on Making Travel Easy. Eugene Wittry. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, 225 pp. A valuable resource guide that answers many questions about how to make traveling outside the USA a successful and satisfying experience. Two chapters discuss traveling in pursuit of family history. W1850 $23.00 Versatile Physicians. Fillmore Buckner. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 166 pp. This book is meant to introduce the reader to a number of historically significant physicians who medical histories have ignored. B3137 - $21.00 A Medical Miscellany for Genealogists. Dr. Jeanette L. Jerger. (1995), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 186 pp. Definitions of obscure or obsolete medically-related terms and concepts for researchers. J0375 - $22.00 Special List 29: List of Selected Maps and States and Territories. Janet L. Hargett. 1971, 6x9, paper, index, 121 pp. Finding aid to the collection of approximately 900 maps selected from the holdings of the Cartographic Archives Division of the National Archives. The maps date from the late 18th century to 1920. H5016 - $12.00 Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Bureau of Naval Personnel: Record Group 24. Virgil E. Baugh. (1960), 1994, 8½x11, comb binding, index, 148 pp. Compiled primarily for internal use in the National Archives. B3640 $16.00 Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Bureau of Medicine and Surgery with Supplement: Record Group 52. Kenneth F. Bartlett. (1948 & 1965), 2004, 8½x11, 34 pp. with Supplement Compiled by Harry Schwartz. B3483 - $6.50 Record Group 112: Preliminary Inventory of the Textual Records of the Office of the Surgeon General (Army). Patricia Taylor. (1964), 2004, 8½x11, paper, 56 pp. Contains inventory of records (1818-1951) from the Surgeon General's central office, subordinate offices, Army medical examining boards, Army medical installations, and various military units. T3477 - $10.50

Handbook of Heraldry. John E. Cussans. (1893, 2001), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 364 pp. Offers a short history of the art form, followed by an extensive catalogue of terms, descriptions and diagrams explaining how to render and decipher any family arms. Over 400 illustrations depict heraldic design. C1837 - $31.00

Genealogical Speakers Guild Member Directory, 2005. Genealogical Speakers Guild. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 126 pp. Are you looking for a speaker? Planning your next conference, all-day seminar, or yearly lecture schedule? The members of the Genealogical Speakers Guild, have compiled information about speakers, making it easy for you to find them. Check out the "Speakers' Calendar" page to see when speakers may be appearing in your state. G4075 - $10.00 Who's Who in Genealogy And Heraldry, 1990. Mary Keysor Meyer and P. William Filby. 1990, 8½x11, cloth, alpha. 346 pp. Lists by name those who have participated in genealogical and historical research, with profile of each researcher, including the genealogical publications. F3309 $20.00 Missing Pieces: How to Find Birth Parents and Adopted Children. A Search and Reunion Guidebook. Paul Drake and Beth Sherrill. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 302 pp. This book will inspire you and will help you change the way you think of yourself as a member of the adoption triad, as well as de-mystify and simplify the process of search and reunion. D2534 - $27.50

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Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury: Inventory 14 (Revised). William F. Sherman. 1997, 6x9, paper, index, viii+293 pp. A finding aid to what are probably the most underused records by genealogists in the National Archives this book is a must for the serious genealogist. This record group is the source for the settled accounts, the final pensions, claims, pay and employment and special claims commissions. S0006 - $27.00 Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Adjutant General's Office: Preliminary Inventory No. 17. Lucille H. Pendell and Elizabeth Bethel. (1949), 2007, paper, 156 pp. P3632 - $18.00 Record Group 98: Preliminary Inventory of the Records of United States Army Commands. Maizie Johnson and Sarah Powell. (1966), 2005, 8½x11, paper, comb binding, 82 pp. Most entries in this inventory describe orderly books and company books, organized by geographical command before 1821. J3478 - $14.50 Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Post Office Department: Record Group 28. Forrest R. Holdcamper. (1967), 2004, 8½x11½, paper, 58 pp. Bureau's functions included: supervision of domestic and international mail by means of railroad, electric and cable cars, steam vessels, buses, trucks, or airplanes; supervision of the routing and distribution of the mail; management of international postal service; and supervision of the Bureau's administrative and budgetary services. H3500 - $10.50 Preliminary Inventory of the Records of the Chiefs of Arms: Record Group 177. John E. Taylor and Patricia Andrews. (1962), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 24 pp. This work was compiled primarily for internal use in the National Archives; and, as its title indicates, it is intended to be only a "preliminary" description of the records to which it relates. T3649 - $10.00 The George M. Bedinger Papers in the Draper Manuscript Collection. Craig L. Heath. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 420 pp. Bedinger was in the Revolution from Boston to Yorktown; later he explored the Green River country in Kentucky. and made his permanent home at Lower Blue Licks. This work consists of personal recollections by Bedinger or taken by Draper from his verbal dictation, affidavits of services, land warrants, and letters from his descendants. H2071 - $32.50 The Illinois Manuscripts: Vol. 1Z of the Draper Manuscript Collection. Craig L. Heath. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 225 pp. This collection of transcripts of correspondence, and other material, was furnished to Draper (1842-1868) by J. M. Peck, Isaac Newton Piggott, John Reynolds, Pierre Menard, Benjamin Scott, James Lemen, John T. Lusk and George Lusk. Discussions cover a wide variety of topics including Daniel Boone, the early history of the West, participants in the Black Hawk War, the histories of John Murdock and James Piggott, the noted hunter Alexis Doza, the Illinois pioneer Joseph Ogle Sr., the Harpes and other outlaws, the early history of St. Clair County, and much more, concluding with a sketch of the life of Gen. Samuel Whiteside. H2327 - $22.50

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Georgia, Alabama and South Carolina Papers, Volume 1V of the Draper Manuscript Collection. Craig L. Heath. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. This transcript is concerned with the military careers of General Elijah Clarke of Georgia and other participants in the conflicts in Georgia during and after the Revolutionary War; the early history of Moravian missions in Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Ohio. H3562 - $30.00 The Hunting Pioneers, 1720-1840: Ultimate Backwoodsmen on the Early American Frontier. Robert John Holden with Donna Jean Holden. (2000), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 244 pp. The account of the ultimate wilderness archetypes, the hunting pioneer families of the deep woods, who originated in the Delaware River colony of New Sweden. Over the years, these Swede-Finns were joined by English, German, and Scotch-Irish immigrants. Together they led the frontier advance through the backcountry of Pa., Md., Va., N. C., S. C., and Ga., all the way to the edge of the treeless Great Plains. H1526 - $22.50 Narratives of the Discovery of America. A. W. Lawrence and Jean Young, ed. (1931), 1987, 5½x8½, paper, maps, 313 pp. Covers the Norse explorations of 986-1030, the voyages of Columbus, and of John Cabot. L0864 - $25.00 Father Marquette. Reuben Gold Thwaites. (1902) reprint, paper, index, 284 pp. An authoritative account of his 1673 exploration of the Mississippi River. T2203 - $25.00 Voyage Round The World By the Way of the Great South Sea, Perform'd in the Years 1719, 20, 21, 22, in the Speedwell of London, of 24 Guns and 100 Men, (under His Majesty's Commission to cruize on the Spaniards in the late War with the Spanish Crown) till she was cast away on the Island of Juan Fernandes, in May 1720; and afterwards continu'd in the Recovery, the Jesus Maria and Sacra Familia, Etc. Capt. George Shelvocke, Commander of the Speedwell, Recovery, &c. in this Expedition. (1726), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 518 pp. The adventures of a truly remarkable privateer/pirate. S2341 - $38.50 On the Spanish Main or, some English forays on the Isthmus of Darien. With a description of the buccaneers and a short account of old-time ships and sailors. John Masfield. (1906), 2003, paper, index, 386 pp. Sir Francis Drake was not reluctant to go outside the bounds of legitimate trade to attack and plunder the Spanish in the Caribbean. Nor was he reluctant to work with the maroons, black slaves escaped from the Spanishheld islands, in order to accomplish his monetarilyproductive ends. M2257 - $31.00 The Romance of Piracy: The story of the adventures, fights, and deeds of daring of pirates, filibusters, and buccaneers from the earliest times to the present day. E. Keble Chatterton. (1914) reprint, paper, index, 354 pp. The author describes the men of adventure who took to pirating around the Mediterranean Sea, and, later, the Vikings in the North Sea, the Algerian Corsairs, and the English who crisscrossed the Atlantic Ocean in search of Spanish gold, as well as the pirates of Borneo and China. Biographical sketches of several wellknown pirates are included. C2298 - $29.00

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Henry Mowat: Voyage of the Canceaux 17641776: Abridged Logs of H. M. Armed Ship Canceaux. Andrew J. Wahll. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 398 pp. In 1764, the Canceaux began a voyage of 12 years during which the officers and men performed survey work used in the creation of one of the most important and magnificent coastal marine atlases ever produced covering 3,000 miles of New England coastline. The log contains details on supplies, presence and movements of ships nearby, ship routine including discipline, court martials, weaponry, significant weather events and activities of the surveyors. W2349 - $40.00 Lewis And Clark Passed Here: New Perspectives Beyond the Adventure. Phil Scriver. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 316 pp. Phil Scriver looks beyond the adventure to the other aspects of the expedition, such as the discovery of plants and animals then unknown to science, the encounters with native peoples, and the tomes of literature that resulted from the expedition. Scriver, a member of the Lewis and Clark Honor Guard reenactment group in Montana, has gained a better understanding of the expedition by learning and demonstrating the skills required by Lewis and Clark's men. S2478 - $30.00 The Diary of Benjamin Reynolds: The Journal of a Voyage `round Cape Horn from Philadelphia to Chile and back again via Rio de Janiero in 1840-41. Rosalie Esmond Blizard. 1993, 5½x8½, paper, 66 pp. This diary is one of those wonderful treasures that we all hope to discover in the attic. Consists of Mr. Reynolds' departure from Philadelphia, his voyage, descriptions of Valparaiso, Rio de Janiero, and the return voyage home. B0796 - $14.00 The Journal Of Jasper Danckaerts, 1679-1680. Bartlett Burleigh James & J. Franklin Jameson. (1913) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 313 pp. An important early description of the mid-Atlantic region. This translation of the journal of Jasper Danckaerts and his companion Peter Sluyter describes their travels through the middle colonies (1679-80) in search of a site for a religious settlement. J1764 - $28.50 Some Cursory Remarks Made by James Birket in His Voyage to North America, 1750-1751. James Birket. (1916) reprint, paper, index, 78 pp. Birket's observations show the mercantile bent of his mind. He is a keen observer of the environment. He identifies ships and people, describes buildings and navigable rivers, and comments on business. B2330 - $13.50 The Southern Argus: Obituaries, Death Notices and Implied Deaths June 1869 through June 1874. Michael Kelsey. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 416 pp. The Southern Argus was a product of the turbulent Reconstruction era. During this period many newspapers failed to survive the hardships brought about by the Civil War and the financial retractions of the early 1870's. The scarcity of Southern newspapers for this interval reflects the importance of the genealogical data abstracted from the Southern Argus. One of the largest and most K0513 - $34.50

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1767 Chronicle. Armand Francis Lucier. 1995, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. A collection of news items, stories, commentaries, depositions, want ads and more published in colonial American newspapers in the year 1767 which give a good view of the times. L0356 - $19.50

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Through Colonial Doorways. Anne Hollingsworth Wharton. (1893), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 248 pp. Gain insight into the social and domestic life of American colonial days as revealed by correspondence, journal entries, and anecdotes. W1619 - $24.00

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The Jarrett-Palmer Express of 1876, Coast to Coast in Eighty-Three Hours. J. C. Ladenheim. 2008. 5½x8½, paper, index, 102 pp. Relive an era when riding a transcontinental train was a momentous experience. Not only did the Jarrett Palmer Express of 1876 require enormous preparation, but it was a highly hazardous undertaking, which, against all odds, came to successful completion. L4559 - $16.00

Men, Women & Manners in Colonial Times. Sydney Geo. Fisher. (1898), reprint, 800 pp., 2 vols., original full name index, paper,. The charm of the journey (through the colonies of VA, MA, CT, RI, NH, PA, NJ, NY, MD, Carolina, and GA) is in its variety, with communities of such striking individuality that they assume the character of different nations. Each colony has a set of opinions and laws peculiar to itself. This text explores the settlement and history of each colony prior to the American Revolution. At least one prominent person from each colony is discussed, amongst them William Penn of Penn,, John Smith of VA, George Calvert of MD, and General Oglethorpe of GA. F1787 - $53.50

Half-Hours in Southern History. Jno Lesslie Hall, Ph.D.. (1907), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 352 pp. This vivid portrait of the Old South is written from a Southern point of view in contrast to the historical accounts "written by her enemies." It was the author's intent to present Southern heroism and achievement in an objective manor, from pre-Revolutionary to post-Civil War days. H0988 - $31.00

Men, Women & Manners in Colonial Times, Volume 1. Sydney Geo. Fisher. (1898, 2001), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 398 pp. This two-volume series takes the reader on a journey through the colonies of Virginia, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Rhode Island, New Hampshire, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, New York, Maryland, Carolina, and Georgia. The charm of the journey is in its variety, as the reader passes through communities of such striking individuality that they assume the character of different nations. Each colony has a set of opinions and laws peculiar to itself, and it is not uncommon to find the laws of one in contradiction with the laws of another. This text explores the settlement and history of each colony prior to the American Revolution. Topics include development of the colonies' government, laws, religion, schools, boundaries, industries, layout of the cities, fashions, homes, social activities, slavery, architecture, interaction with the Indians, and customs. At least one prominent person from each colony is discussed, amongst them, William Penn of Pennsylvania, John Smith of Virginia, George Calvert of Maryland, and General Oglethorpe of Georgia. Volume Two contains a full name and subject index for both volumes. F4919 - $33.50 Men, Women & Manners in Colonial Times, Volume 2. Sydney Geo. Fisher. (1898, 2001), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 400 pp. The charm of the journey (through the colonies of VA, MA, CT, RI, NH, PA, NJ, NY, MD, Carolina, and GA) is in its variety, with communities of such striking individuality that they assume the character of different nations. Each colony has a set of opinions and laws peculiar to itself. This text explores the settlement and history of each colony prior to the American Revolution. At least one prominent person from each colony is discussed, amongst them William Penn of Penn,, John Smith of VA, George Calvert of MD, and General Oglethorpe of GA. F4920 - $33.50

Colonial Americans of Royal & Noble Descent: Alleged, Proven, and Disproven. Patricia Ann Scherzinger. (1996), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 630 pp. A master index to colonial Americans of royal descent whose pedigrees have been published in about one hundred books and periodicals. S0467 - $48.50

French Colonists and Exiles in the United States. J. G. Rosengarten. (1907, 1989), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. A comprehensive overview of French settlements and settlers in the United States. Deals with the early French settlements, the Huguenots, French travelers, exiles, soldiers, and French land companies. R0247 - $24.00 The Germans in Colonial Times. Lucy Forney Bittinger. (1900), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 314 pp. This excellent book gives a fine presentation of German history in America through the Revolution. B0090 - $25.50

Child Life in Colonial Days. Alice Morse Earle. (1899), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 504 pp. One of this well known author's best works, this charming volume is profusely illustrated with pictures of famous children; clothing, furniture and toys; schools and sample pages from old children's texts and story books. The contents include: babyhood; children's dress; schools and school life; women teachers and girl scholars; hornbook and primer; school books; penmanship and letters; diaries and commonplace books; childish precocity; oldtime discipline; manners and courtesy; religious thought and training; religious books; story and picture books; children's diligence; needlecraft and decorative arts; games and pastimes; children's toys; and flower lore of children. E0801 - $37.50

The Records of the Virginia Company of London, The Court Book, 1619-1622. Susan M. Kingsbury. (1906, 1993), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 640 pp. The lengthy introduction, about 200 pages, gives much background information on the Virginia Company of London. This section also includes a list of "all documents, letters, publications, or other records of the Virginia Company, or relating to the company between 1616 and 1625, which the Editor has been able to discover, and also those previous to 1616 which are not published or cited by Alexander Brown in the Genesis of the United States." The bulk of the book is composed of the court records, 1619-1622. Miss Kingsbury was an instructor in history and economics at Simmons College. K3874 - $47.00 The Records of the Virginia Company of London: Documents, I, 1607-1622, Volume 3. Susan M. Kingsbury. (1995), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 796 pp. Included in this volume are manuscripts from two collections that are unique. The `Smyth of Nibley' papers give the history of a single settlement, called Smyth's (or Smith's) Hundred, that is typical of the various hundreds of the colony. They extend from February 3, 1618/19, to August 1, 1622, inclusive. The `Ferrar Papers,' on the other hand, are a veritable gold mine; their unique value is discussed in the Introduction in Volume 1. They supply a vast amount of information through the correspondence between the colony and individual planters of the colony and Sir Edwin Sandys, Nicholas Ferrar, and John Ferrar, and also between Sir Edwin Sandys and the other officials of the company. K0210 - $55.50

German Religious Life in Colonial Times. Bittinger, Lucy F. Published 1907. This volume is in many respects a sequel the the author's previous work, "The Germans in Colonial Times," which describes the German settlements in America down to the American Revolution. However, in this volume the emphasis is on their religious motivations. The author begins with a description of the religious conditions in Germany which were a primary factor in inducing many of the Separatists sects to emigrate to the colonies, and then proceeds to discuss the arrival of the various Separatists groups such as the Mennonites, Amish, Dunkards, Brethren, etc. There then follow chapters on the emigration of the members of the Lutheran, Reformed, and the Moravian churches, an account of the strong interaction between the German churches and the Methodists, and a concluding chapter on the role of the German churches in the American Revolution. The text is documented and there are bibliographies at the end of each chapter. B3167 The Old Pike: A History of the National Road, with Incidents, Accidents, and Anecdotes Thereon. Thomas B. Searight. (1894), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 596 pp. This 1818 road began at Cumberland, Md., and ended in Illinois. Until the coming of the railroads west of the Allegheny Mountains in 1852, the National Road was the one great highway over which passed the bulk of trade and travel, and mails between East and West. Covers many aspects of life on the road, and names many of the people involved with the building of the road, and the people who made their living from it. S0407 - $38.00

The Records of the Virginia Company of London Documents, II, 1623-1626. Susan M. Kingsbury. (1935, 1996), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 666 pp. "The records of the Virginia Company during the first three months of the years from January, 1622/23 to January, 1624/25, picture the final attempts to regulate and develop the tobacco trade with Virginia. Then follow papers revealing the bitter attack upon the Earl of Southampton and the adventurers associated with him, by Sir

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Nathaniel Rich and the defenders of Sir Thomas Smith's regime. Throughout the whole period are portrayed the struggle of the plantation to recover from the Indian massacre of March 22, 1622, and the efforts made by the officials in London and by the Governor, Council, and Assembly in Virginia. An index to full names, places and subjects adds to the value of this work. K0253 - $48.00

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of Scrooby ("birthplace of the Pilgrim Church"), and the lives of early Pilgrim leaders Brewster, Bradford and Robinson illustrate the early phases of this movement. Their "exodus" to Holland and eventual departure to the New World in 1620 are explained in detail. The appendix contains lists of people in the Pilgrim Company in Leyden, Holland; other English people in Leyden; a Citizenship List; English Sources of the Pilgrim Emigration; and a list of Plymouth Colonists from Leyden. D1944 - $59.50 They Built Railway Cars: The Pullman Social Experiment and the Swedish Immigration. Allan T. Nilson. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 130 pp. The two main themes of this book are: 1) Two families among a group of immigrants from the Nykyrke Parish in Sweden-how they adapted to a new life and culture and founded their Lutheran church; and 2) Railroad car magnate George M. Pullman, who built the factories and the town where the Swedes came to work and live, in this "social experiment. " J2076 - $17.00 Only a Few Bones: A True Account of the Rolling Fork Tragedy and Its Aftermath. John Phillip Colletta. 2000, 6x9, paper, 436 pp. Family lore claimed his ancestor was murdered in Mississippi. Newspapers and court records said the man and four other victims were killed and incinerated in his remote country store. But the case was never solved. Now, after 30 years of investigating, the great-great-grandson of the slain carpetbagger reveals what really happened. It is a case study of how to build historical context around an ancestral event. It depicts how family history and history converge. C3270 - $24.00 "I Done My Duty": The Complete Story of the Assassination of President McKinley. Jeffrey W. Seibert. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 512 pp. A look at President McKinley's life, his shooting, and his brave fight for life. The assassin, his motives and life are examined, including his trial and execution, and the aftermath of the assassination. S2118 - $34.00 Waifs, Foundlings, and Half-Orphans: Searching for America's Orphan Train Riders. Mary Ellen Johnson. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 102 pp. Two brief, but moving, first-hand accounts precede an examination of the impact of mass migration; orphanages and institutions; and research and resources. Includes references, a reading list, and a full name index. J0955 - $17.50 John Philip Sousa and the National Anthem. Edward S. Delaplaine. (1983), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 182 pp. How John Philip Sousa advocated The Star-Spangled Banner, as the national anthem. D0686 - $15.00 Orphan Trains and Their Precious Cargo: The Life's Work of Rev. H. D. Clarke. Clark Kidder. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 374 pp. Rev. Clarke oversaw the transport and settlement of orphans from New York City to various communities in the mid-west beginning in 1900 when he was hired by the Children's Aid Society. This account is based on his diaries, and identifies many of the orphans. K1755 - $26.95

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Orphan Train Riders: A Brief History of the Orphan Trail Era (1854-1929) with Entrance Records from the American Female Guardian Society's Home for the Friendless in New York, Volume 1. Tom Riley. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 200 pp. Temperance societies, children's welfare pioneers, and essential genealogical information from the "books of surrender" sometimes but not always including names of parents, nationality, reason for surrender, and more. R3169 - $24.00 Orphan Train Riders: Entrance Records from the American Female Guardian Society's Home for the Friendless in New York, Volume 2. Tom Riley. (2006), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 284 pp. This volume taken from the "surrender books" of the American Female Guardian Society's Home for the Friendless in New York (1880-1930) contains admittance and discharge records. Some identify orphan train riders. R3644 - $32.50 Home Alone in America. Elizabeth Arnswald Dost. (2004), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 248 pp. This extraordinary collection of reciprocal letters tells the story of an American-born German youth, sent alone to the U. S. at age 16, and members of his Berlin family during nine years of separation from 1946 to 1955. D3149 - $28.50 The Diaries of John Hunton, Made to Last, Written to Last, Sagas of the Western Frontier. Michael Griske. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 164 pp. Daily diary entries from 1873 through 1888, enhanced with narratives and commentaries that clarify and expand upon significant events from that enthralling period. Contains exploits of Old West characters such as Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill Cody and others, most of whom were personally known by Hunton. G3804 - $22.00

The Records of the Virginia Company of London: The Court Book, 1622-1624. Susan M. Kingsbury. (1906, 1994), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 622 pp. Volume Two contains court records from May 20, 1622 to June 7, 1624, resuming chronologically from the last entry in Volume One (1619-1622). These court meetings dealt with such issues as the defense of the Plantation, land boundaries, inheritances, ship arrivals, company accounts and disputes. Lists of names of those present at each meeting include such historical figures as Captain Martin of the illfated Martin's Hundred: Newport, Southampton (Wriothsly), Yeardley, Raleigh, Ferrar, De Lawar (Delaware), Diggs, Sandys, and Summers. The index for both Volume One and Volume Two is contained in Volume Two. K3935 - $46.00 Stage-Coach and Tavern Days. Alice Morse Earle. (1900), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 520 pp. A comprehensive study of the enormous role of taverns and modes of travel in colonial culture. E0820 - $36.50 They Came in Ships: A Guide to Finding Your Immigrant Ancestor's Arrival Record (Revised 3rd Edition). John P. Colletta. (1989, 1993), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, xiii+167 pp. Tells you what you need to know to begin your search, but also suggests the most likely places to find that information. He explains the records, in sample research scenarios shows how to use the available indexes and alternative resources to find the ship passenger list that lists your ancestor's name. 1587s - $12.95

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Black Indian Genealogy Research: AfricanAmerican Ancestors Among the Five Civilized Tribes, An Expanded Edition. Angela Y. Walton-Raji. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. Shows where to find and how to use the Indian Freedman Records, discusses Black Indians and Tri-Racial groups, explores the lifestyle of Indian ancestors, presents numerous case studies, and much more. W4473 - $24.50 Mississippi to Africa: A Journey of Discovery. Melvin J. Collier. 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 298 pp. This unique story chronicles a historyuncovering, seven-generational journey that unearthed captivating and heart-breaking discoveries and surprising connections. It will propel readers into the fascinating world of genealogy and historical discoveries. C4761 $28.00 Slave Ancestral Research: It's Something Else. Mary L. Jackson Fears. (1995), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 292 pp. This book contains over one hundred documents which illustrate how the author found the names of her slave ancestors and the surnames of the slave owners. Slave lists are included from four Georgia counties: Warren, Baldwin, Talbot, and Taylor. F0200 - $37.00

Ship Passenger Lists, New York and New Jersey (1600-1825). Carl Boyer 3rd. (1980), (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 334 pp. Over 8,500 immigrants. B0723 - $26.00 Ship Passenger Lists, National and New England (1600-1825). Carl Boyer 3rd. (1980), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 270 pp. 6,000 immigrants. B0002 - $24.00 Ship Passenger Lists, Pennsylvania and Delaware (1641-1825). Carl Boyer 3rd. (1980), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 290 pp. Over 6000 immigrants. B0024 - $26.00 Ship Passenger Lists, The South (1538-1825). Carl Boyer 3rd. (1980), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 314 pp. About 8000 immigrants, Maryland to Louisiana. B0026 - $26.00

The England and Holland of the Pilgrims. Henry Martyn Dexter, D.D., LL.D. and Morton Dexter. (1906, 2008), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 700 pp. This classic work provides a fascinating picture of the world our Pilgrim fathers left behind. The customs, clothing, homes, festivals, food, drink, schools, and literature are described, along with "unhygienic conditions," remedies, epidemics, surgery, superstitions, witchcraft and more. Religious reform, the history

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Guide to Tracing Your African Ameripean Civil War Ancestor. Jeanette Braxton Secret. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 138 pp. This helpful guide describes how to use federal and state records that contain a wealth of information such as birthplace, residence, names of parents, spouses and children, occupation, and military data. S0672 - $18.00 An Index of African Americans Identified in Selected Records of the Bureau of Refugees, Freedmen, and Abandoned Lands. Jacqueline A. Lawson. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 102 pp. Three indexes in one. L0291 - $14.00 The African American Experience: Personal and Social Activism in the 19th and 20th Centuries. Papers. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 248 pp. Explores the efforts made by Americans to bring the 1865 promise of freedom and equality to fruition. Covers southern blacks migrating to the Midwest, photography books, several Maryland societies, two biographical pieces, comparison of two contemporary poets, and a historiographical piece on African American music education. H2510 - $25.00 History of the Underground Railroad as it Was Conducted by the Anti-Slavery League, Including Many Thrilling Encounters Between Those Aiding the Slaves to Escape and Those Trying to Recapture Them. Col. William M. Cockrum. (1915), 2005, paper, index, 356 pp. This work is primarily concerned with the traffic through Indiana, and the exciting events it engendered. C0391 - $24.50 A Legal History of Slavery in the United States. Robert B. Shaw. 1991, 5x8, cloth, index, 306 pp. A comprehensive and coherent treatment of the laws of slavery which varied from one jurisdiction to another. Covers the slave trade, the fugitive slave law and the special status of slavery in the District of Columbia. S3393 - $16.00 Slave Genealogy: A Research Guide with Case Studies. David H. Streets. (1986), 2004, 8½x11, paper, 92 pp. This excellent guide provides a clear discussion of slave genealogy. Three case studies (drawn from the records of Wayne County, Kentucky) demonstrate research methods and types of analysis to be employed. S0063 - $19.50

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might discover to be without foundation." These proceedings occurred over a span of fifty-one days in both Tennessee and Alabama. B4822 - $25.50 History of the Colored Race in America. Wm. T. Alexander. (1887), 2003, paper, index, 646 pp. A sweeping history that moves across two continents and several hundred years with the purpose of educating 19th century African Americans about their past and encouraging their advancement in political, intellectual, and social rights. A2296 - $45.50 The Most Dangerous Branch: Slavery, the Courts and the Constitution. Randall C. Young. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 362 pp. A comprehensive history of the Federal jurisprudence of slavery, offering a unique perspective on slavery as an American institution. This thorough review of all-but-forgotten pleas for freedom will challenge many popularly held beliefs about American history, including the meaning of the Constitution, the South's purported quest for states' rights, and the limits of modern judicial authority. Y3226 - $34.00 Anthracite Coal Art of Charles Edgar Patience. Juanita Patience Moss. (2006), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 170 pp. Charles Edgar Patience was an African American anthracite coal sculptor from northeastern Pennsylvania who brought forth beauty from the Pennsylvania "black diamond. " His unique work was described in the March 1970 issue of Ebony magazine as "the world's most unique sculptor." M4263 - $25.50

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larger history of his generation. Each of his tales gives the reader a picture of America's past that is colored with humanity and tempered by good will and empathy for others and they are an achievement that any reader of history and humanity will enjoy. S3365 - $24.50 Lovinia's Child: A Depression Tale. Barbara Venton Montgomery. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 106 pp. A captivating memoir rich with details of dayto-day life during the difficult circumstances of the thirties and forties when the Great Depression and World War II framed most people's lives. The author survived her childhood, the Great Depression, and Calumet City, Ill. M3360 - $15.50 Yellow Tavern and Beyond, From Family Letters and Journals. Dorothy Francis Atkinson. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 454 pp. The area called Yellow Tavern cannot be located on any modern map. It is now defined by the action that took place there, along the roads that passed through it, the railroads that encircled it, and by the lives of the families who lived there during the eighteenth century. This book preserves the story of this region during its grimmest years, using a diverse selection of first person sources, many not publicly available, following the families during the course of the war. A4131 - $43.00 The West from a Car-Window. New Introduction and Index by Rawlene LeBaron and Laurel Michele Wickersheim. Richard Harding Davis. (1892), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 262 pp. In 1892, Richard Harding Davis (one of the most recognizable journalists of his day) spent three months touring the West by train to write a series of articles. Several Remington illustrations enliven the text. D3647 - $31.50 Baltimore, Chesapeake & Atlantic Railway Company.(c1906), 1996, paper, 96 pp. A piece of nostalgia. This guide to summer outings and vacations at the Beach Resorts accessible by the Railway Line was printed by the Maryland Delaware & Virginia Line circa 1906. The book describes the resort areas of Ocean City, Maryland and Rehobeth, Delaware, area attractions and boat trips available to tourists. Pictures, sketches, advertisements by local businesses, and a map. X0957 - $15.50 Memoirs of a Cotton Patch Kid, Stories of Growing up on a Small Farm in Arkansas in the 1930s and 1940s. Eufa Marie Eubanks Adkison. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 120 pp. When you were a kid, did you ever need a dose of "willow switch tea?" Did you ever eat blackbird dumplin's? Although she grew up on a small farm during the Depression and could pick a nine-footlong sack of cotton by age thirteen, Eufa Eubanks Adkison never whines about hard times. Her memoirs are upbeat and sunny, filled with mischief and inquisitiveness. A3838 - $19.50 9,000 Bowls of Oatmeal. Jack Haberstroh. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 250 pp. Pursuing a Ph. D. at forty is hard enough, but when you add a wife and seven small children, it becomes an adventure well worth the telling. Join this family in their 1966-1969 journey as they sacrifice and pull together during this exciting and colorful period in America's history. Photos enhance the text H3196 - $28.50

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My Mama Said: Wit, Humor and Reflections from an Extraordinary Depression-Era Woman. Lee Easton, Jr. (2003), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 112 pp. My mama used to keep a piece of stationery in her typewriter and whenever she would have a thought or remembrance she would go to her typewriter and type it out. These writings reveal Mama's wit, humor, and good nature as well as her sad and more reflective moods--moods that we all have experienced and with which we can empathize. They also reveal a good amount of wisdom and advice. E2485 - $15.00 Arc of Crisis 1979. Clete Hinton. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 68 pp. The Arc of Crisis 1979 is a description of world conflict, the central theme being the countries of the Middle East, nations frustrated by dictatorship and autocratic rule, and communist dominated countries. H4133 - $15.50 Return of the Sinai 1979. Clete Hinton. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 208 pp. This book covers the signing of the peace treaty between Egypt and Israel, follow-up of the Camp David Accords, the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty sealed in the Sinai Desert, passing the "Hebron Accord," the withdrawal of Israeli forces from the Sinai Peninsula, and much more. H4134 - $28.50 A Lifetime of Anecdotes. Jim Stefan. (2005), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 198 pp. Jim Stefan is a storyteller whose literary vignettes of life spring not from his imagination, but from his everyday observations of ordinary and sometimes, not so ordinary people and places. With a keen eye for detail and a skillful phrase he captures moments from his past that reflect in a personal way the

Bounties to Black Soldiers. Wm. W. Belknap. (1870), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 258 pp. This volume records the proceedings of a commission appointed by Special Orders No. 189 of the War Department, Bureau Refugees, Freedmen and Abandoned Lands. "This commission was, by the terms of the order, assembled for the purpose of a careful hearing of complaints of claimants for government bounty, made against officers or agents of this bureau, or other persons concerned in the payment of bounties to colored soldiers, sailors, and marines. And the commission proceeded, accordingly...thoroughly to investigate the subject of the payment of bounties, in order to ascertain, if possible, not only whether the charges preferred, but also whether any charges whatever could be substantiated. The commission conceived it to be their duty fully to investigate and make clear the nature and extent of the frauds committed upon claimants, as well as the causes which had given rise to rumors of fraud which the commission

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Tales from the Embassy. Jane M. Engert. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 286 pp. Cornelius Engert, a political reporter and one of the State Department's top experts on the Middle East, was also an entertainer and storyteller whose manner concealed a mysterious past. His story is told through personal letters, memoranda and news accounts. E4296 - $31.50 A Boy's Eye View of World War II and Other Reminiscences of Maryland's Eastern Shore. Frank H. Pierce. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 140 pp. A warm but extremely accurate account of "home front" life in a small town on Maryland's Eastern Shore during the War. P0886 - $17.50

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Turtles, Wolves, and Bears: A Mohawk Family History. Barbara J. Sivertsen. (1996), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 356 pp. Uncovers information hitherto unknown about individuals important to colonial N. Y. history, including most of the principal Mohawk chiefs of the period and Indian Superintendent, Sir William Johnson. 50 Mohawk lineage charts. S0484 - $32.50 Who's Looking for Whom in Native American Ancestry, Volume 1. Laurie Beth Roman. (1997), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 155 pp. A research aid for those seeking Native American ancestors. Section I of this book lists individuals who are being researched. Section II of the book is made up of a list of "Indian Tribes and Organizations searching for lost tribal members. " R0751 - $18.00 Who's Looking for Whom in Native American Ancestry, Volume 2. Laurie Beth Roman. (1999), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 212 pp. (organized by state to better aid researchers. ) Three indexes round out the contents of this book. The first is an index of "Native American Ancestors. " The second is an index of allied names. The last index lists researchers. R1111 $22.00 Native American Directory: Vital Records of Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New York and Wisconsin. Lorraine (Rainwaters) Henry. (1998), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 144 pp. The bulk of the birth, marriage, and death data falls in the 18th and 19th centuries, but some of the entries are in the 17th century. Numerous tribes are mentioned, from Aquinah to Yarmouth. H9896 - $16.00 A Trail of Tears: The American Indian in the Civil War. Rex Jackson. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 128 pp. Learn about Native American tragedies, including the 1839 Cherokee march, and the little known, but significant contributions made by Native Americans during the Civil War in Missouri, Arkansas, and Oklahoma Indian Territory. J2562 - $16.50 The Role of Native Americans in Military Engagements From the 17th Century to the 19th Century. Papers: Karen L. T. Ackermann, Series Editor. 2003, paper, index, 240 pp. This volume explores the Indian-non-Indian interactions from the 17th through the 19th centuries, with a focus on military encounters. The essays are arranged in a roughly chronological order, beginning with early contacts in 1609 between the Lenape and Dutch in the Delaware region, and the Mohawks and French in New France. The final essay looks at the St. Albert Mounted Rifles, a corps of the Canadian Militia, in 1885, which was composed mostly of Metis men. H2360 - $24.00 Only The Names Remain. Sandi Garrett. 8½x11, paper, index. This series, linking the Drennen Roll and the Guion Miller Applications, is a MUST for anyone researching Cherokee ancestry. Volume 1: Flint District, Indian TerritoryOklahoma. (2001), 2008, 106 pp. G1888 - $18.50 Volume 2: Canadian, Disputed & Illinois Districts. (1994), 2008, 76 pp. G1829 - $15.00 Volume 3: Saline District & Cherokee Orphanage. (2001), 2008, 104 pp. G1779 $17.50

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Volume 4: Goingsnake District. (1993), 2008, 102 pp. G1727 - $17.00 Volume 5: Delaware District. (2000), 2008, 134 pp. G1467 - $20.00 Volume 6: Tahlequah and Skin Bayou District (1999), 2008, 134 pp. G1406 - $21.50 Extract of Rejected Applications of the Guion Miller Roll of the Eastern Cherokee, Volume 1. Jo Ann Curls Page. (1999), 2006, 8½x11, alpha., 418 pp. Almost 60,000 individuals were rejected. The extracts of rejected applications from the first 195 rolls of microfilm are included, containing 23,000 applications. P1315 - $60.00 Extract Of The Rejected Applications Of The Guion Miller Roll Of The Eastern Cherokee, Volume 2. Jo Ann Curls Page. (2003), 2006, 8½x11, paper, 376 pp. These extracts of rejected applications include 13,050 applications. Entries contain: application number; state of residence (when available); year of birth; names of spouse, father, mother, paternal and maternal grandparents. P2328 - $48.50 Extract Of The Rejected Applications Of The Guion Miller Roll Of The Eastern Cherokee, Volume 3. Jo Ann Curls Page. 2003, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 358 pp. This volume contains extracts of rejected applications rolls from 283-348 of microfilm (applications 36051 to 45856). P2350 - $38.00 Chickasaw Rolls: Annuity Rolls of 1857-1860 & the "1855" Chickasaw District Roll of 1856. K. M. Armstrong & Bob Curry. (1995), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 266 pp. Each entry contains the recipient's name; the number of men, women and children in the household; and other data. A0385 - $40.00 History, Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations who once Inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neig oring States. Rev. John Heckewelder. (1819, 1876), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 450 pp. Heckewelder (1743-1823), Moravian missionary to the Indians on the Susquehanna, became an expert on their history, manners, customs, and language. H0411 - $34.00 Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan, 1855-1868. Raymond C. Lantz. (1992), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 118 pp. Arranged by "band" and uses such sources as the 1855 Ottawa and Chippewa Annuity Roll, per capita rolls, and the goods and supplies lists. L0760 - $16.00 Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Michigan, 1870-1909. Raymond C. Lantz. (1991), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. Contains 3 transcriptions of censuses: 1870 census and annuity payment records of the Grand River, Mackinac, Sault Ste. Marie and Traverse Bands of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians of Mich.; a listing of those persons in the 1870 enumeration and all their known descendants, as found living on a special enumeration made on 4 Mar. 1907; a listing of children born after 4 Mar. 1907, and before 1 Aug. 1909. L0531 - $26.50

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Native Americans and Their Land: The Schoharie River Valley. Mary Druke Becker. 2006, 8½x11, paper, 230 pp. Provides detailed descriptions of source materials for study of the Schoharie River Valley region and the processes of cross-cultural interaction exemplified there. Entries within the Calendar of Documents include the date, description, source, and comments. B3596 - $33.00 Seminole Indians of Florida: 1850-1874. Raymond C. Lantz. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 424 pp. Transcriptions of annuity and per capita rolls taken to determine the eligibility of persons of Indian descent to receive payment of monies as the result of U.S. Congressional Legislation and Treaties signed between the Indian tribes and the U.S. government. L0034 - $35.00 French and Native North American Marriages, 1600-1800. Paul J. Bunnell, FACG, UE. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 186 pp. Compiled from major and secondary sources. Listings of Eastern United States and Canadian French/Indian Marriages 1600-1800. B2595 - $25.00 Indian Captivities, or Life in the Wigwam; Being True Narratives of Captives Who have been Carried Away by the Indians from the Frontier Settlements of the U. S. from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. Samuel G. Drake. (1850), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 396 pp. Details the trials of thirty-one men, women, and children captured by Indians from nine states (1528-1836). D0366 - $31.00 Heroism of Hannah Duston, Together with the Indian Wars of New England. Robert B. Caverly. (1875), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 436 pp. The story of the capture and escape of Hannah Duston is one of the classics of the New England Indian wars. C0301 - $35.00 Soft Gold: A History of the Fur Trade in the Great Lakes Region and its Impact on Native American Culture. Ted Reese. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 126 pp. The development of the fur trade and the European struggle for its control. Examines the involvement of Native Americans and how it contributed to the eventual demise of their culture. R1702 - $15.50

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Potawatomi Indians of Michigan, 1843-1904, Including some Ottawa and Chippewa, 18431866, and Potawatomi of Indiana, 1869 and 1885. Raymond C. Lantz. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 104 pp. Covers: annuity rolls on the Ottawa, Chippewa, and Potawatomi of Michigan, 1843-1866; the Potawatomi of Huron annuity rolls for 1861 (4th quarter), as well as the years 18741880 and 1882-1889; Potawatomi of Indiana and Michigan annuity roll (3rd quarter) 1869; the Potawatomi of Indiana and Michigan 1895 census; and the Potawatomi of Michigan 1904 census. Roll numbers are given. L0619 - $14.50 Indians from New York in Wisconsin and Elsewhere: A Genealogy Reference, Volume 1. Toni Jollay Prevost. (1995), 2004, 8½x11, paper, 234 pp. This genealogy reference guide contains information about the Brotherton, Mohican, Mohegan, Munsee, Oneida, and Stockbridge who migrated to Wisconsin from New York and New England. Several census abstracts are included. P0209 - $36.00 Indians From New York in Ontario and Quebec, Canada: A Genealogy Reference, Volume 2. Toni Jollay Prevost. (1995), 2004, 8½x11, paper, 255 pp. Contains data about the Cayuga, Chippewa (Ojibway), Delaware, Mohawk, Munsee, Oneida, Onondaga, Seneca and Tuscarora who either migrated to or were natives of Ontario and Quebec, Canada. Secondary surname data is included for the Abenaki, Montauk, Nanticoke, Ottawa, Penobscot/ Passamaquoddy and Potawa-tomi. Includes 1851 census abstracts as they relate to Indians for: Brant, Haldimand and Middlesex Counties, Ontario; Deux Montagnes County, Quebec; the Ontario Mohawk Institute; and Mount Elgin Industrial Institution. The 1881 census abstracts included are for Brant, Haldimand, Hasting and Prince Edward Counties, Ontario; and La Prarie and Huntington Co., Quebec. P0257 - $39.00 Indians from New York: A Genealogy Reference, Volume 3. Toni Jollay Prevost. (1995), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 242 pp. Contains information about the Cayuga, Munsee (Delaware), Mohawk, Onandaga, Oneida, Seneca, and Shinnecock/Montauk/Poosaptuck. Surname lists for related Indian groups in Canada, Indian Territory (Oklahoma), Wisconsin. P0306 - $37.50 Cherokee by Blood: Records of Eastern Cherokee Ancestry in the U. S. Court of Claims 1906-1910, Applications 1-1550. Jerry Wright Jordan.5½x8½, paper, index. This series presents detailed abstracts of applications, including numerous verbatim transcriptions of affidavits by the applicants, their families, and friends. Since most applicants were descendants, and had to prove their descent, the quantity of genealogical data in these volumes is impressive. Volume 1, Applications 1-1550. 498 pp. J0048 $40.00 Volume 2, Applications 1551-4200. 502 pp. J0111 - $40.00 Volume 3, Applications 4201-7250. 502 pp. J0160 - $40.00 Volume 4, Applications 7251-10170. 506 pp. J0239 - $40.00 Volume 5, Applications 10171-13260. 506 pp. J0294 - $40.00

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Volume 6. Applications J0338 - $40.00 Volume 7. Applications J0446 - $40.00 Volume 8. Applications J0573 - $40.00 Volume 9. Applications J0813 - $40.00 13261-16745. 505 pp. 16746-20100. 506 pp. 20101-23800. 506 pp. 23801-27800. 504 pp.

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provides an interesting look at the social mores and expectations of whites for their non-white students in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. F2222 $37.00 The Buffalo Ridge Cherokee: A Remnant of a Great Nation Divided. Horace R. Rice, Ed. D. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 348 pp. Covers the historical background of the Cherokees, and explains how careless record keeping has recorded the bi- and tri-racial people of the Buffalo Ridge without acknowledging their Native American heritage. R0296 - $29.00

Cherokee Claims for Transportation and Subsistence, Special File 154: Vol. 1. Dawn C. Stricklin. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 236 pp. The first of a set of two volumes, this book guides inexperienced researchers through its pages beginning with the introduction that describes what the records are and how they were created, allowing readers to fully grasp the true value of the documents. S0918 - $24.50 Index to the Cherokee Freedmen Enrollment Cards of the Dawes Commission, 1901-1906. Jo Ann Curls Page. (1996), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 216 pp. These cards record the names of each household member and their ages, sex and relationship to the head of the family; info often includes vital statistics. P9495 - $21.50 Miscellaneous Cherokee and Choctaw Records, 1800-1900. Bob Curry. (2001), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 58 pp. Transcribed payment rolls for the Cherokee and Choctaw Indian Nations: the Eastern Cherokee Annuity Roll, the 1856 Choctaw Annuity Roll, a list of Choctaw students educated in the States, and Choctaw Civil War soldiers. These rolls have never-before been formally published. The transcribed bible records from Rhoda Pitchlynns lost bible are also included. The Pitchlynns were a prominent Choctaw family in Indian Territory. C1912 - $14.00 1880 Cherokee Nation Census, Indian Territory (Oklahoma). Barbara L. Benge. (2000), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 606 pp. This book is a transcription of the 1880 Cherokee Nation census, complete with census card numbers, which were added in 1900. Entries are grouped by districtsCanadian, Cooweescoowee, Delaware, Flint, Goingsnake, Illinois, Saline, Sequoyah, Tahlequah and Orphans. B1576 - $78.00 1890 Cherokee Nation Census. Barbara Benge. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 863 pp. A transcription of the 1890 Cherokee Nation Census; bridges the gap between the 1880 Cherokee Nation census and the Dawes roll done in 1902. DistrictsCanadian, Cooweescoowee, Delaware, Flint, Goingsnake, Illinois, Saline, Sequoyah, Tahlequah, and Orphans, group entries. B2011 - $88.50 The Choctaw Freedmen and the Story of Oak Hill Industrial Academy, Valiant, McCurtain County, Oklahoma, Now Called the Alice Lee Elliott Memorial.Including the early history of the Five Civilized Tribes of Indian Territory, the Presbytery of Kiamichi, Synod of Canadian, and the Bible in the free schools of the American colonies, but suppressed in France, previous to the American and French revolutions. Robert Elliott Flickinger. (1914, 2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 496 pp. This is the history of "the work and workers connected with the founding and development of Oak Hill Industrial Academy." The academy was "established for the benefit of the Freedmen of the Choctaw Nation, Indian." This expansive volume

Autobiography of Ma-Ka-Tai-Me-She-KiaKiak, or Black Hawk, Embracing the Traditions of his Nation, Various Wars In Which He Has Been Engaged, And His Account Of The Cause And General History Of The Black Hawk War of 1832, His Surrender, And Travels Through The United States. Antoine LeClair and J. B. Patterson. (1882) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, c214 pp. An autobiography as dictated by Black Hawk with supplemental material on his final years, and a history of the Black Hawk War. P2227 - $16.95 My Family Tells This Story. Snow Flower. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 164 pp. Snow Flower outlines her own search for Native ancestors, using her story as an example of how to do the research. S1136 - $19.00

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The Easter People: A Pen-picture of the Moravian Celebration of the Resurrection. Winifred Kirkland. (1923), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 62 pp. This slender volume presents a beautifully detailed description of Old Salem, North Carolina; its luxuriant landscape, its buildings, its Moravian history. The author has recorded "one stranger's impression of a Salem Easter, and of the Moravian faith." K0980 - $12.00 Understanding and Using Baptismal Records. John T. Humphrey. 1996, 6x9, paper, index, charts, illus., viii+166 pp. Helps the family historian search for and extract information from early church records. Explores baptismal practices and beliefs of the various denominations established in Colonial America. 1208s - $18.00

Story of the Huguenots: A Sixteenth Century Narrative Wherein The French, Spaniards and Indians Were The Actors. F. A. Mann. (1912, 2002), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 204 pp. Covers La Caroline, interactions with native inhabitants, the struggle for power between France and Spain, slaughters at Matanzas, D'Erlach, Chevalier D'Ottigny, Ostinola and his people, Huguenot explorations, more. M2173 - $22.50

Memorials of the Huguenots in America, with Special Reference to their Emigration to Pennsylvania. Rev. A. Stapleton. (1901), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. Comprehensive genealogical data on many emigrants; lists over 1000 Huguenot refugees with their dates of arrival and places of residence. S2260 - $21.00

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The Beginnings of Quakerism. William C. Braithwaite. (1912), 1999, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 562 pp. A detailed study of the early history of Quakerism from the beginning in England, Europe and America down to 1660. B0955 - $45.00 The Second Period of Quakerism. William C. Braithwaite. (1919), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 668 pp. This sequel covers the organization and growth by the Society of Friends in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. The leadership of George Fox and William Penn transforms the Quakers into a functioning spiritual community of vocal and politically volatile reformers. B2332 - $49.50

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look at some of the more famous Ranger units from the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. W4678 - $21.00

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So, Ye Want To Be A Reenactor? A Living History Handbook. Brenton C. Kemmer and Karen L. Kemmer. (2001), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 150 pp. Learn how to select the time period that's right for you, join a reenactment unit, get the clothing and equipment needed, and select the best events. K1732 - $17.00 Catholic Military and Naval Chaplains, 1776 1917. Dom Aidan Henry Germain. (1929), 2002, 6x9, paper, 166 pp. Biographies of Catholic chaplains. G0800 - $18.00 Custer, Major General of Volunteers, Brevet Major General U. S. Army and LieutenantColonel Seventh U. S. Cavalry. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1876), 1993, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 648 pp. All books, legends, and myths about Custer ultimately derive from this biography. T3860 - $43.50 Custer's Thorn: The Life of Frederick W. Benteen. Jules C. Ladenheim. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 384 pp. A concise biography of Benteen, a pivotal character in the Custer saga, who saw service in the Civil War, at the Little Bighorn Battle, and in the subjugation of the Nez Perce. Often faulted for character defects--but never for want of bravery. L3646 - $35.00 Alien Horseman: An Italian Shavetail with Custer. J. C. Ladenheim. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 380 pp. Major (Count) Charles C. De Rudio, U.S.A. (Ret.), Italian by birth and American by adoption, "gave his youth to the cause of Italian liberty and spent thirty-two years of unblemished service in the United States Army." An informative biography that interlaces De Rudio's para-military and military experiences with his family life from childhood through adulthood as husband and father. L2383 - $34.00 The Tagebuch of Ernst Silge, USN. Frank H. Pierce. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, 264 pp. This book is pure 19-century adventure, from young Ernst Silge's years as a U. S. Navy sailor boy on the fabled China Station in the last days of the great sailing ships to his life as a Colorado homesteader, and finally as a gold miner in the American Rockies. P0489 - $25.00 Quaint and Historic Forts of North America. John Martin Hammond. (1915), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 434 pp. This lavishly illustrated volume describes the history of nearly fifty famous fortifications, from the heights of Quebec to the western frontier. Describes each fort's construction, important military events, famous commanders and battle strategies. H0834 - $32.00 The Flying Submarine: The Story of the Invention of the Reid Flying Submarine, RFS-1. Bruce Reid. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 178 pp. The true story of the invention of the world's first submersible aircraft. Photos and drawings illustrate how the sub was made, and show it being tested in the water and in flight. R3136 - $18.50

58's Are the Greatest. William G. Gessner, Sr. and Charles Conklin. (2004), 2006, 8½x11, index, 348 pp. The.58 caliber cartridge, beyond its civilian applications, remained a military workhorse throughout most of the 1800s worldwide, including the U.S. Civil War. Numerous.58 caliber cartridges are examined in detail and displayed in true to measurement lifesize profiles. C2592 - $49.95

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Raid on America: The Dutch Naval Campaign of 1672-1674. Donald G. Shomette and Robert D. Haslach. (1988, 2002), 2009 6x9, paper, index, 402 pp. Dutch and English records are used to reconstruct Evertsen's campaign that included the naval invasion of the Chesapeake Bay, the capture or destruction of hundreds of English and French vessels, and the re-conquest of N.Y., N.J., and Del. S2245 - $30.00 Bounty and Donation Land Grants in British Colonial America. Lloyd deWitt Bockstruck. 2007, 6x9, cloth, 480 pp. All 6,500 soldiers known to have received land grants for their participation in the numerous conflicts with the French and their Indian allies, as well as in various colonial insurrections, are listed here with details of their place and dates of service, rank, military campaigns, location of bounty land grants and donation land grants, acreage, and, most importantly, assignment of title to heirs, relatives, and friends. 0015s - $45.00 Reconstructed Forts of the Northwest Territory. Jonathan Hall. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 232 pp. This book focuses primarily on reconstructed forts built in the Old Northwest Territory, from the time of the first French explorers to the end of the Black Hawk War. Historical background, significant figures, and current activities are examined. H4776 - $24.00 Military Cartridge Headstamps Collectors Guide. Charles Conklin. (2006), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 156 pp. Headstamps are rendered in detailed drawings under the flag of their respective country of origin. Actual enhanced headstamp and side view photo examples are shown along with case length, rim, neck and bullet diameter measurements. Includes a bibliography and headstamp index. C4117 - $35.00 Observer's Edge. Donald Emerson Allen. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 238 pp. Observer's Edge. Donald Emerson Allen. Through sometimes-painful memories of WW II experiences, descriptive and delightful letters home, and historical commentary, a story emerges from this philosopher/artillery observer that is informative, technically detailed, sensitive and thoughtful. A2573 - $32.00 Ranger: North American Frontier Soldier. Matt Wulff. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 178 pp. A new type of soldier was needed that could provide security against the quick hit and run raids of the French and Indians. With this need, the Ranger, "Guardians of our frontiers," was born. Here is a

Three Under A Tree. John Kildea. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 178 pp. This is a fact filled, historically accurate fictionalized account of the lives of the last soldier killed in the Civil War and the last American soldiers killed in World War I and Vietnam. It explores the details of these soldiers' lives from the earliest days up to and including their military careers. Includes photos. K5193 - $21.50 Overboard! A Provocative History of the U.S.S. J.P. Kennedy, Jr. [DD-850]. Claire Branand. 1997, 6x9, cloth, 140 pp. Overboard! is not only a challenging documented history of the U.S.S. J.P. Kennedy, Jr., but is also a provocative narrative which provides details concerning a dramatic episode regarding a young woman who fell off the Kennedy in 1963. It tells of the ensuing lawsuit against the United States government and the results of the U.S Department of Justice investigation. B1600 - $15.00

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List of Officers of the Navy of the United States and of the Marine Corps from 1775-1900. Comprising a Complete Register of all Present and Former Commissioned, Warranted, and Appointed Officers of the United States Navy, and of the Marine Corps, Regular and Volunteer. Edward W. Callahan. This work contains, in alphabetical order, the names of all officers of the navy and marine corps, commissioned, warranted and appointed, including volunteer officers who have entered the service since the establishment of the navy department in 1798, showing the dates of their original entry, progressive rank, and the manner in which those no longer in the service severed their connection from it. (1901), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 754 pp. C0881 - $48.00 (1901), 2009, 5½x8½, cloth, alphabetical, 754 pp. C4945 - $90.00 Genealogical Data from United States Military Academy Application Papers, 1805-1866, Volume 1. Patrick G. Wardell. 2002, cloth, index, 392 pp. A great resource for hidden genealogical information not shown in any other source. W2079 - $56.00 Genealogical Data From United States Military Academy Application Papers, 1805-1866, Volume 2. Patrick G. Wardell. 2007, 5½x8½, cloth, index, 604 pp. The data collected in Volume 2 is gleaned from microfilm at the National Archives, as well as data taken from handwritten applications. There is much hidden genealogical information here that is not shown in any other source. W3595 - $72.00

The `Lost' Pensions: Settled Accounts of the Act of 6 April 1838. Craig Roberts Scott. (1996), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 390 pp. A list of 16,000 settled accounts for pensioners or their heirs who were required to obtain their payments from Washington. Pensioners from the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Indian Wars, and the Mexican War are included. S0003 - $33.00

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The History of Philip's War, Commonly Called the Great Indian War of 1675 and 1676. Also of the French and Indian Wars at the Eastward in 1689, 1690, 1692, 1696, and 1704. Thomas Church, Esq. (1829, 1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 362 pp. This reprint has been made from the 1827 edition which was based on the 1772 edition, but had been greatly enlarged by the addition of extensive notes and appendixes compiled by the noted historian and antiquarian, Samuel G. Drake. The book includes numerous extracts from contemporary documents, and Drake's notes provide a wealth of additional information about the people and places referred to in the text. C0179 - $27.00 Action at the Galudoghson, December 14, 1742. Colonel James Patton, Captain John McDowell and the First Battle with the Indians in the Valley of Virginia with an Appendix Containing Early Accounts of the Battle. Jared C. Lobdell. (1995), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 64 pp. An account from both the white and Indian view points based on unpublished papers of Lyman Draper of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. L0192 - $15.50

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Amherst Papers 1756-1763. The Southern Sector: Dispatches from South Carolina, Virginia and His Majesty's Superintendent of Indian Affairs. Edith Mays. (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 418 pp. Jeffrey Amherst was Commander-in-Chief of His Majesty's Forces in North America during the French and Indian War. Microfilms of his records from the Public Records Office in London have been transcribed, arranged in chronological order and indexed in this book. Page numbers of the original documents are given so that researchers can easily find them on the microfilm. M1131 - $35.00 A Journal of Occurrences along the Rebel Coast. Frederick Lawrence. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. Dispassionate treatment is given to both Patriot and Loyalist perspectives in this riveting collection taken from letters, newspaper articles and other contemporary sources. L4595 - $21.00 The Black Watch at Ticonderoga and Major Duncan Campbell of Inverawe. Frederick B. Richards. (1911), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 132 pp. The Black Watch Regiment gained fame for its fearless charge during Maj. Gen. James Abercrombie's futile attack on Ticonderoga in 1758, in which more than half of the 1000 Highlanders were killed or wounded. This small, but comprehensive, volume gives a history of the Black Watch Regiment from 1667, also known as the 42nd Regiment of Foot, the Highlanders, the Royal Highlanders or Lord John Murray's Highlanders. R1106 - $16.00 The Capture of Ticonderoga. L. E. Chittenden. (1872), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 132 pp. The essence of this thesis is whether or not Benedict Arnold planned and participated in the capture of Ticonderoga, or whether the honor belongs solely to Ethan Allen and his Green Mountain Boys. This nice little volume incorporates a paper which was read before the Vermont Historical Society at a special meeting of its members in 1872. Well annotated, many of the letters and documents referred to in the text are reprinted in the appendix. C0802 - $16.00 Through the Eyes of the Bay Colony: The Story of the Involvement of Massachusetts-Bay in the Battle of Ticonderoga, 1758. Brenton C. Kemmer. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 88 pp. The topography and demographics of the six Massachusetts regiments serving in the 1758 Ticonderoga campaign sets the stage for this history. The actual Battle of Ticonderoga is broken down by the day. K4675 - $14.00 Border Forays and Adventures. Robert B. Puryear III. (2006), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 454 pp. The story of the price paid for American independence, from the files of Lyman Copeland Draper, who corresponded with relatives of participants and who wrote of those early days in American history. P4489 - $32.00 Defenders of the Frontier: Colonel Henry Bouquet and the Officers and Men of the Royal American Regiment, 1763-1764. Kenneth Stuart, Ph.D. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 244 pp. Military historian and instructor Kenneth P. Stuart thoroughly researched the official papers of Bouquet and his contemporaries for this detailed study. Correspondence reveals Bouquet's highly

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trained military mind, his personal frustrations with the colonial assemblies and the British high command, and his private moments of occasional depression. This well-rounded work includes maps, illustrations, annotations, appendices, a select bibliography and an index. S4330 - $25.00 The Battle On Snowshoes. Bob Bearor. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 120 pp. The author, an experienced Adirondack hunting guide and French partisan re-enactor, based this book on field experience as well as book research, thus separating fact from fiction as accurately as possible. B0619 - $17.50 French and Indian War Battlesites: A Controversy. Bob Bearor. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 140 pp. "Bob Bearor has combined his deep love of North America's heritage with extensive real world research to create this easily read book. I highly recommend it as a thoroughly enjoyable and valuable contribution to our understanding of this critical period in the forming of our nation. " - George C. Neumann, author of Collector's Illustrated Encyclopedia of the American Revolution. B1475 $17.50 Leading By Example, Partisan Fighters & Leaders Of New France, 1660-1760: Volume One. Bob Bearor. (2002), 2008, paper, index, 122 pp. Out of the Canadian wilderness came the rugged leaders who defended New France from Britain as those two countries struggled for control of North America. In this new series these partisan leaders seem to take on flesh and blood, and their heroic deeds shine with adventure and courage. Volume 1 tells the stories of 2 great partisans, Jacques LeMoyne de Ste. Hélène and CharlesMichel de Langlade. B2068 - $15.00 Leading By Example, Partisan Fighters & Leaders Of New France, 1660-1760: Volume Two. Bob Bearor. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 152 pp. This work covers Daniel Greysolon DuLuth, Madeleine Vercheres, St. Luc de la Corne, Daniel Beaujeu and Jean-Daniel Dumas, with a brief chapter on native foods for wilderness survival. B2348 - $18.00 Leading By Example: Volume Three. Bob Bearor. (2004) 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 238 pp. This work covers Nicolas D'Allieboust de Manthet, Piskaret, Escumbuit, Grey Lock, Lieutenant Wolff, and Jean-Baptiste Levreault de Langis de Montegron (Langy). B2514 - $25.00 New France and New England. John Fiske. (1902), 2008, paper, index, 428 pp. A comprehensive history of the events leading up to the French and Indian War. Fiske was a prominent author, philosopher, lecturer at Harvard, and professor of American History at Washington University (St. Louis). F0650 - $33.00 Christopher Gist's Journals with Historical, Geographical and Ethnological Notes and Biographies of his Contemporaries. William M. Darlington. (1893), 2006, paper, index, 296 pp. An indispensable resource for colonial history scholars and for living historians interested in preRevolutionary War America! D2277 - $26.00

French and Indian War

Manuscript Records of the French and Indian War in the Library of the American Antiquarian Society. Charles Henry Lincoln. (1909), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 276 pp. The American Antiquarian Society inventoried its holdings on the French and Indian War and published its findings in one easy-to-use volume. Herein you will find: the correspondence of Sir William Johnson appears in abbreviated form and covers the years 1755 to 1774, (several letters covering the OH-IL country are printed in full); the correspondence of Col. John Bradstreet (17111774) also appears in abbreviated form, while his claims to lands in America are reproduced in full. Also included are notes describing manuscripts (written by numerous people, 1754-1767) which deal with the conflict in PA, New England and the Northwest, and the Orderly Book of William Henshaw, which provides "a description of camp life from May to November 1759." L0739 - $25.50 A History of the French War, Ending in the Conquest of Canada with a Preliminary Account of the Early Attempts at Colonization and Struggles for the Possession of the Continent. Rossiter Johnson. (1882), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 408 pp. Covers nearly every issue related to the French and Indian War. A chronological review of leading players, forts, massacres, and sieges. J1464 - $31.50 The Fight With France for North America: 3rd edition. A. G. Bradley. (1908) reprint, paper, index, 391 pp. Beginning with the Treaty of Aixla-Chapelle, and the conditions and characteristics of the British-American colonies in Canada in 1750, the author lays the background for French designs against British expansion. B2331 - $31.50

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Relief is Greatly Wanted: The Battle of Fort William Henry. Edward J. Dodge. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. A famous battle, dramatized in The Last of the Mohicans, is given a fresh treatment, primarily with the help of material found in the Loudon Papers in the Huntington Museum. Eyewitness accounts are supplemented with excerpts from Kilby's Journal, Maj. William Eyre's Report, and the Monro-Webb correspondence, reproduced here. D0932 - $22.00 Washington's Expeditions (1753-1754) and Braddock's Expedition (1755), with a history of Tom Fausett, the slayer of General Edward Braddock. James Hadden. (1910), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. This volume examines the great struggle between two powerful countries to decide whether America was to be an appendage of France or the land of an English-speaking people. H2337 - $21.00 Redcoats, Yankees, and Allies: A History of Uniforms, Clothing, and Gear of the British Army. Brenton C. Kemmer. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. Illustrated by Joe Lee. The vital Lake George-Lake Champlain corridor is the geographical setting of this study of the uniforms and clothing of British and Yankee soldiers and their Native American allies during the French & Indian War. K0905 - $18.50 Braddock Road Chronicles, 1755 (From the Diaries and Records of Members of the Braddock Expedition and Others Arranged in a Day by Day Chronology). Andrew J. Wahll. (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 558 pp. These fascinating accounts are enhanced with informative annotations. W1205 - $42.00 Virginia and The French and Indian War. Hayes Baker-Crothers, Ph. D. (1928), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 190 pp. Examines the role of the Virginia Colony at the outbreak of war and analyzes Virginia's contributions to the hard-won English victory, hampered for years by the legislative incompetence, military inactivity, and self-interest inherent in the British Colonial system. B1004 - $18.50 True Stories of New England Captives Carried to Canada During the Old French and Indian Wars. C. Alice Baker. (1896), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 420 pp. Recounts in detail the Indian attacks at Wells and York, Maine, Dover, New Hampshire, and Hatfield, Haverhill, and Deerfield, Massachusetts. B0420 - $34.00 A Particular History of the Five Years French and Indian War. Samuel G. Drake. (1870), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 314 pp. Covers the major events and details numerous minor skirmishes in which at least 1000 were killed or carried into captivity. D0294 - $27.50 Reminiscences of the French War with Robert Rogers' Journal and a Memoir of General Stark. Luther Roby, ed. (1831), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 364 pp. Rogers achieved lasting fame as the leader of his Rangers in the French and Indian Wars, Stark served with distinction in Roger's Rangers and advanced to the rank of General in the American Revolution. R9003 - $28.50

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Louisbourg Journals, 1745. Louis Effingham DeForest. (1932), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 294 pp. Presents previously unpublished journals of actual participants in the Capture of Louisbourg (members of the attacking English army, some anonymous) and other highly valuable documents. D1015 - $26.50 The Conspiracy of Pontiac and the Indian War after the Conquest of Canada. Francis Parkman. 2003, paper, index, 2 vols. This classic and comprehensive study examines the catalysts, personalities, place, battles and consequences of Pontiac's War. P2309 - $38.95 Pontiac's Conspiracy & Other Indian Affairs: Notices Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, 1763-1765. Armand Francis Lucier. 2000, paper, index, 322 pp. Accounts of tumultuous times as the French and English struggled for control in the Ohio Valley. L1460 - $27.50 Robert Rogers' Rules for the Ranging Service: An Analysis. Matt Wulff. (2006), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 272 pp. Major Robert Rogers wrote the Rules for the Ranging Service in 1757 to instruct selected members of the regular British Army in the techniques of "woods warfare" in North America: ambush, attack, pursuit, retreat, and other tactics. In this book, Matt Wulff analyzes each rule and depicts it in practical use with excerpts from historical journals and accounts of the exploits of Rogers' Rangers. W3376 - $30.50 The History of Rogers' Rangers: Vol. 1: The Beginnings, January 1755-April 6, 1758. Burt Garfield Loescher. (1946), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 438 pp. Chiefly based on the Loudoun Manuscripts. Here is the history of the very beginning of Rogers' Rangers, the elite military unit that set the standards for future special forces. Covers the years in which Ranger activities reached their height during the French & Indian War. L4295 - $36.00 (Cloth Version L1741 $63.00) Genesis: Rogers' Rangers, The First Green Berets. Burt Garfield Loescher. (1969), 2000, 5½x8½, cloth, 320 pp. Offers the complete record of every action, ambuscade, scout and expedition of Major Robert Rogers and his Rangers from April 6, 1758 (just after their defeat in the Battle on Snowshoes during the French & Indian War), to their disbandment on December 24, 1783, at the end of the American Revolution. L1575 - $37.00 The History of Rogers' Rangers: Rogers' Rangers, The First Green Berets. Burt Garfield Loescher. (1969), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 336 pp. Offers the complete record of every action, ambuscade, scout and expedition of Major Robert Rogers and his Rangers from April 6, 1758 (just after their defeat in the Battle on Snowshoes during the French & Indian War), to their disbandment on December 24, 1783, at the end of the American Revolution. L4752 - $30.00

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The History of Rogers' Rangers, Volume 3: Officers and Non-Commissioned Officers. Burt Garfield Loescher. (1957, 2001), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 106 pp. Biographical sketches of more than 200 Rangers, including the legendary Robert Rogers himself, John Stark, the Brewers, Moses Hazen, the Stockbridge Mohegans, and lesser-known men of all ranks including surgeons, clerks, cadets and corporals. L4751 - $17.00 (Cloth Version. L1967 - $20.00) The History of Rogers' Rangers: Volume 4, The St. Francis Raid. Burt Garfield Loescher. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. The long-awaited chronicle of this tragic and infamous event, 1759, that reveals new insights to the raid. L4750 - $29.50 (Cloth Version. L2077 - $58.00) Freemen, Freeholders, and Citizen Soldiers: An Organizational History of Colonel Jonathan Bagley's Regiment, 1755-1760. Brenton C. Kemmer, B.S.E.D., M.A. (1997), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 138 pp. A very detailed account this regiment of Mass. provincials who decisively held their own against multiple thrusts from the French around Crown Point & Ticonderoga, and helped win the only English victory in North America in 1755. K0620 - $16.00 The Winning of Canada: A Chronicle of Wolfe. William Wood. (1914), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 182 pp. A biography of James Wolfe, the general who led the British to victory at Fortress Louisbourg in Nova Scotia and Quebec, but succumbed to wounds received in the same battle that killed his noted adversary, Montcalm, on the Plains of Abraham. W2344 - $19.00 French and Indian War Notices Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Volume 1: 17541755. Armand Francis Lucier. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 370 pp. Concerns the first two years of the French and Indian War as reported in accounts culled from different newspapers published in Britain's North American colonies and Europe. L1085 - $31.50 French and Indian War Notices Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Volume 2, 17561757. Armand Francis Lucier. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 366 pp. Contains exact articles, with rumors, facts, unconfirmed reports, extracts of private letters, descriptions of forts and settlements, along with Indian and French troop movements. L1219 - $32.00 French and Indian War Notices Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Volume 3: January 1, 1758-September 17, 1759. Armand Francis Lucier. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 368 pp. This volume takes readers up to the eve of Wolfe's invasion of Quebec City and includes 19th-century battle maps of Ticonderoga, Louisbourg, and Quebec. L1303 - $31.50 French and Indian War Notices Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Volume 4, September 17, 1759 to December 30, 1760. Armand Francis Lucier. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 318 pp. Packed full of action and drama: soldiers march, ships sail, guns roar; generals fall, villages burn and scalping knives drip with gore. The Articles of Capitulation are presented here in their entirety. L1378 - $28.00

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French and Indian War Aftermath: Notices Abstracted from Colonial Newspapers, Volume 5. Armand Francis Lucier. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 368 pp. These newspaper abstracts allow the reader access to the same articles, eye-witness accounts, proclamations and commentaries avidly read and hotly discussed in ordinaries, public houses and taverns of Colonial America. The burning of the Cherokee villages, and the eventual peace that was made, is documented here. The movements of many regiments and ships can be easily followed, and the sorrowful plight of slaves on many of the ships is described with a sense of immediacy that cannot be captured in retrospective histories. L1535 $31.50 Encyclopedia of the French & Indian War in North America, 1754-1763. Donald I. Stoetzel. 2008, 8½x11, cloth, alphabetical, 586 pp. Richly detailed biographies of British and French officers and men, noteworthy colonists, and prominent Native Americans; plus regimental histories, important battles, locations, forts, military terminology, Native tribes, and political and social issues. S4517 - $96.00 Memoir of a French and Indian War Soldier [by] "Jolicoeur" Charles Bonin. Andrew Gallup. (1993), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 254 pp. A first-person account of the French and Indian War. Includes notes from previous editions, and additional explanations. G0872 - $25.00 La Marine: The French Colonial Soldier in Canada, 1745-1761. Andrew Gallup and Donald F. Shaffer. (1992), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 284 pp. Covers the equipment, daily life, and military service of the French colonial soldier in Canada during the final French and Indian War. G0711 - $26.50

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Revolutionary War

The Quiet Patriot, Colonel Return Jonathan Meigs: With Meigs's 1775 Journal of the Quebec Expedition. Richard A. Mason. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index. Chronicles of Col. Meigs's experiences in the Revolutionary War: the attack on Quebec with Benedict Arnold; Meigs's daring raid on the British at Sag Harbor; and his postwar adventures as an Ohio pioneer and Cherokee Indian Agent. M5185 - $33.00

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The Revolutionary Pilgrimage, Being an Account of a Series of Visits to Battlegrounds,and Other Places Made Memorable by the War of the Revolution. Ernest Peixotto. (1917), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 400 pp. Written & Illustrated by. This eminently readable guide to the locales that played an important role in the American Revolution is remarkable for its attention to historical detail as well as its handsome illustrations. Even if you never leave the comfort of your favorite reading chair, you'll visualize the drama and learn a great deal about the Revolution with the turn of every page. P1402 - $30.00 Smuggling in the American Colonies at the Outbreak of the Revolution with Special Reference to the West Indies Trade. William S. McClellan. (1912), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 126 pp. This discussion was the prize-winner of an essay contest at Williams College in 1911. M0639 - $17.00

To Hazard Our Own Security: Maine's Role in the American Revolution. Mike Cecere. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 358 pp. Maine's role in the American Revolution has traditionally been obscured by the fact that it was part of Massachusetts during the conflict and did not become a state in its own right until 1820. Maine's patriots fought in nearly every key engagement of the war. C5174 - $27.00

Domestic History of the American Revolution. Mrs. Ellet. (1859), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 318 pp. In a practical narrative style, Mrs. Ellet relates all of the major events of the American Revolution, begining with the difficulties with Great Britain, the commencement of the war, and the general state of society. She gives much attention to the "female influence," making use of all opportunities to tell anecdotes of brave acts by women. Other topics include the evacuation of Boston, the occupation of New York, European sentiment, the march of Burgoyne, the battle of Saratoga and Valley Forge, the British prison ships, whaleboat warfare, the French alliance, the battle of Monmouth, Indian depredatons, attacks on the South, the treason of Arnold, the battles of Cowpens, Yorktown, and early settlements in the West (Kentucky and Tennessee). Special focus is given to South Carolina, including the surrender of Charleston. E0739 - $29.00

King's Mountain and its Heroes: History of the Battle of King's Mountain, October 7, 1780. Lyman C. Draper. (1881), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 636 pp. Biographical sketches give interesting background on the careers of the military leaders of both sides involved in this battle. Many maps and plans of the action can be found throughout the book. The appendix includes diaries, letters, and more. A battle history of unequalled merit. D2278 - $46.00 The Revolution on the Upper Ohio, 1775-1777. Reuben Gold Thwaites, LL.D. and Louise Phelps Kellogg, Ph.D. (1908), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 314 pp. A history of the first two years of the Revolutionary War as told through the eyes of many different participants including the Indians, British, and Americans. This work reproduces numerous original documents including letters, journals, reports, depositions, recorded speeches, treaties, etc. which are woven into a coherent and readable whole by narrative supplied by the editors who have also provided extensive explanatory footnotes. T0639 - $25.00 Frontier Retreat on the Upper Ohio, 1779-1781. Louise Phelps Kellogg. (1917), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 566 pp. This collection of original documents chronicles two critical years of the Revolutionary War along the western frontier of the United States. Originally published as Volume V in the distinguished Draper Series of the Wisconsin Historical Society, the documents were selected by Louise Phelps Kellogg, a leading authority on frontier history at the time of the book's original publication. K0942 - $43.00 Irreconcilable Grievances: The Events that Shaped American Independence. Patrick J. Charles. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 354 pp. This book discusses the pertinent social events from July 1775 to July 1776 that influenced the majority of the revolutionaries to call for independence. What most compelled the signers of the Declaration of Independence to split with Great Britain? C4566 - $31.00 Reluctant Break with Britain: From Stamp Act to Bunker Hill. Gregory T. Edgar. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 330 pp. Focuses on the causes of the Revolution and the patriots' desire to remain within the British Empire. E0585 - $29.00

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Lord Dunmore's Little War of 1774: His Captains And Their Men Who Opened Up Kentucky & The West To American Settlement. Warren Skidmore with Donna Kaminsky. 2002, 8½x11, cloth, index, 304 pp. Identifies the rangers called out to protect the Virginia frontier in 1773 and 1774 and the pay owed them, the militiamen that served soon after in Dunmore's War proper, and the sums due the farmers and merchants that put in claims for goods and services to support the effort. S2271 - $47.00 Documentary History of Dunmore's War, 1774. Reuben Gold Thwaites and Louise Phelps Kellogg. (1905), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 508 pp. A history presented via journals, contemporary letters, reports, etc. as written by the participants. T0226 - $36.00

Rev. Seth Noble: A Revolutionary War Soldier's Promise of America and the Founding of Bangor, Maine and Columbus, Ohio. Carol B. Smith Fisher. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. Our early history is not dead nor is it completely in the past. It is a part of our American heritage that must be nurtured with continued understanding and appreciation for those who made our American dream possible. This book is a must have for those interested in early Maine, Ohio, and New Brunswick history; and indeed, for anyone interested in this time period of early American nation-building. An index to names, places and subjects completes this work. S5049 $24.00

Americans of 1776: Daily Life in Revolutionary America. James Schouler. (1906), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 332 pp. Chapters include: Freemen and Bondsmen; Crimes and Disorders; The Casualties of Life; The Three Public Vocations; Dress and Diet; Recreations and Amusements; The Colonial Press; Philanthropy and Disease; Common School Education; Libraries and Clubs; Industrial Pursuits; and much more. S0293 - $27.00

History of the Battle of Point Pleasant [West Virginia]Fought Between White Men & Indians at the Mouth of the Great Kanawha River (Now Point Pleasant, West Virginia, Monday, October 10th, 1774: The Chief Event of the Lord Dunmore's War). Virgil A. Lewis. (1909), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 158 pp. Details the battle at Point Pleasant, (West) Virginia (the chief event of Lord Dunmore's War), fought between white settlers and Native Americans, on Oct. 10, 1774. L0059 - $17.50

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The Wolves from Niagara. Mike Phifer. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 110 pp. This is a history of the much-feared Butler's Rangers, an American Loyalist unit, who waged a relentless war against the Patriot backed settlements from New York to Kentucky during the American Revolution. Oriskany, Wyoming, Cherry Valley, and many other engagements are covered. P4319 - $18.00 We Stood Our Ground: Lexington in the First Years of the American Revolution. Alexander R. Cain. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 182 pp. Explains Lexington's shift during the 1760s and early 1770s from a passive to a radical town through its religious, economic, social and geographical settings. Discusses the Lexington Training Band's mobilization on April 18, 1775 and includes 12 appendices containing casualty lists, descriptions of equipment, etc, and contains an extensive bibliography. C2568 - $22.50 "Liberty or Death!" The Northern Campaigns in the American Revolutionary War. Gregory T. Edgar. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 410 pp. Focuses on what came to be known as the Northern Department of the Continental Army, and the enemies that opposed it, during the Revolutionary War. E0023 - $34.00 Campaign of 1776: The Road to Trenton. Gregory T. Edgar. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 442 pp. This major work covers the political and military movements of the year 1776, during which time Americans reluctantly let go of their strong allegiance to King George III. In July, the Continental Congress declared independence from England, after more than a year of war. Through 1776's roller-coaster pattern of events, this book traces the development of the Revolutionary War. The text is written in a very enjoyable manner, and enhanced by numerous excerpts from public and private documents. Included are stories of the spy Nathan Hale, and that of David Bushnell's "famous water machine," the world's first operational submarine. E0185 $33.00 Bombardier John Harris and the Rivers of the Revolution. William W. Betts, Jr. (2006), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 420 pp. For most of the American Revolution, Bombardier John Harris of Salem, New Jersey, served in the rebel artillery forces. His animated recollections tell of his participation in six major battles, countless skirmishes, two river campaigns, and the recovery of Philadelphia. B3379 - $41.00 The Valiant Died, The Battle of Eutaw Springs, September 8, 1781. Christine R. Swager. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. The Valiant Died is a study of the Battle of Eutaw Springs. It examines the events of the British Southern Campaign in the American Revolution that led up to the battle, as well as the battle's aftermath and its impact on the British surrender at Yorktown. Major General Nathanael Greene's strategy and leadership is highlighted in this book. S4102 - $24.00 They Are Indeed a Very Useful Corps, American Riflemen in the Revolutionary War. Michael Cecere. (2006), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 238 pp. The story of America's riflemen in the Revolutionary War begins with their formation in 1775. First person accounts of their recruitment and crucial service in the American army introduce

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readers to the flamboyant and sometimes unruly nature of riflemen. C4141 - $23.00 Guns On The Chesapeake: The Winning Of America's Independence. Gene Williamson. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 336 pp. Communities along the Chesapeake Bay and many tributaries that crisscross Va. and Md. were under constant threat from the British during the Revolutionary War, beginning in 1775 with Dunmore's assault on Hampton and the devastating bombardment of Norfolk. Even after the armistice in 1783, the fighting continued in the Battle of the Barges, said to be the bloodiest battle on the bay. W0962 - $28.50 Signers of the Declaration: Index and Images for the Applications to the Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence. Frederick W. Pyne. 2004, 6x9, paper, 258 pp. and 3 CDs, 11314 pp. Within these files you may discover your hidden connection to a signer of the Declaration! Applications and supporting documentation on three CDs. P0894 - $128.50 Revolutionary War Journals of Henry Dearborn, 1775-1783. Lloyd A. Brown and Howard H. Peckham. (1939), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 280 pp. These are the coimplete journals of Henry Dearborn, which were transcribed and printed exactly as he wrote them, insofar as is possible with type. His punctuation, spelling, abbreviations, and run on sentences have all been retained, with the occasional brackets supplying the missing letters, and punctuation to facilitate reading. Arranged chronologically, each journal is introduced separately to supply the background of the campaign or operation in which Dearborn was engaged. B0124 - $23.50 Journals of the Military Expedition of Major General John Sullivan Against the Six Nations of Indians in 1779. Frederick Cook. (1887), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 602 pp. This work is a collection of twenty-six journals of officers who participated in the expedition. Each officer's journal is preceded by a biographical sketch. These narratives are enhanced by 8 fold-out maps, a roster of officers and more. C1633 - $45.00 The Sullivan Expedition of 1779. Albert H. Wright. (1943), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 184 pp. Lists of soldiers in General Sullivan's expedition through the southern tier of New York state. Includes troops from Maryland, Vermont, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and New York. W0826 - $26.00 Memoir and Official Correspondence of General John Stark, with Notices of Several other Officers of the Revolution; also, a Biography of Capt. Phinehas Stevens, and of Col. Robert Rogers, with an Account of His Services in America during the "Seven Years' War". Caleb Stark. (1877), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 528 pp. One of the best sources of documentary material about the Revolution and the French and Indian War. S1088 - $38.50 Records of the Revolutionary War. W. T. R. Saffell. (1894, 1913), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 606 pp. Collected rosters with service records, accounting for some 15,000 soldiers and officers from the New England states, New York, Pennsylvania, Maryland, Virginia and South

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Carolina, arranged by regiment, company, and corps. The author also includes lists of distinguished prisoners, Half-Pay Acts of the Continental Congress, Revolutionary pension laws, and a list of the officers of the Continental Army who acquired the right to half-pay, commutation and lands. This book contains two indexes: a general index and an index of the Virginia soldiers in the Revolution. S1222 - $43.50 A French Volunteer of the War of Independence (The Chevalier de Pontgibaud). Robert B. Douglas. (1898), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 300 pp. Born in 1758, the Chevalier was the son of the Lord of Pontgibaud. He spent some time in prison before escaping to America to help fight in the Revolution. At Valley Forge, the Marquis de la Fayette made the Chevalier an aide-de-camp with the rank of major. During the Revolution, he participated in several engagements, including the Battle of Monmouth. D1561 - $24.50 A Hero and A Spy: The Revolutionary War Correspondence of Benedict Arnold. Russell M. Lea. (2006), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 636 pp. With the passing of time, Benedict Arnold, the traitor, has overshadowed Benedict Arnold, the hero. Those who know of his extraordinary sacrifices for the colonies during the Revolution are still confounded by his defection to the British side. A wealth of personal and official correspondence exists to document his rise and fall. This book follows the paper trail to uncover Arnold's driving ambition and the frustrations that led him to carry out the ultimate betrayal. L3811 $50.00 Patriot John, The Man Who Saved America. Philip B. Secor. (2005), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 186 pp. This is the story of three men and a woman whose lives intersected in September of 1780 in such a way as at first to threaten and then to rescue the fledgling American Republic. Two of the men, Benedict Arnold and John Andres, are still remembered as major figures in our history. The woman, Peggy Shippen, a famous Philadelphia femme fatale of the day whose role in the drama was critical to its outcome, is recalled by only a few in our time. The third man, John Paulding, was so instrumental in thwarting the treasonous plans of the other three characters that he was celebrated in songs, books, plays, parades, and statues as a savior of the American Republic. Today this man is almost totally forgotten. S4088 $23.50

"Their Distress is Almost Intolerable": The Elias Boudinot Letterbook, 1777-1778. Joseph Lee Boyle. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 158 pp. Boudinot faced the task of bringing structure to the confusion that existed with respect to prisoners of war. Problems with prisoner management included trying to feed and clothe our men held by the British. B2210 - $18.00

William Washington, Cavalryman of the Revolution. Stephen E. Haller. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 256 pp. The Revolutionary War role of Lt. Col. William Washington, cousin of George Washington. Best remembered as a cavalry commander in the South. H1803 - $28.00

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Wilderness War on the Ohio: 2nd Edition. Alan Fitzpatrick. (2003), 2005, 6x9, paper, index, 654 pp. While Washington's patriot armies were battling British redcoats in set-piece actions across the colonies in the East, a war of a far different nature was being conducted in the West to determine who was to control the frontier and Indian lands of the upper Ohio River Valley and the Ohio Country to its west. F0000 - $24.95 Abstract of Graves of Revolutionary Patriots:. Patricia Law Hatcher. 2001, 6x9, paper, index. An abstract of information reported by the NSDAR and published in their Annual Reports to the Smithsonian Institute. A typical entry includes individual's name, name and location of cemetery, and the index year. Volume 1, A-D, 288 pp. H0712 - $24.00 Volume 2, E-K. 242 pp. H0713 - $24.00 Volume 3, L-R. 240 pp. H0714 - $24.00 Volume 4, S-Z. 244 pp. H0715 - $24.00 The German Element in the War of American Independence. George Washington Greene. (1876), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 211 pp. Includes biographies of Baron Von Steuben and Gen. John Kalb, and an essay on the German mercenaries. G0624 - $19.50 Great Commanders: General Greene. Francis Vinton Greene. (1897), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 332 pp. A biography of General Nathanael Greene who commanded the Southern army during the Revolutionary War. G2255 - $32.00

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suffered a humiliating defeat at Trenton, and both set sail from New York to Canada in 1779 in a fleet which lost ships not only to one or more hurricanes but also to American privateers. B0715 - $18.00 The Hesse-Cassel Mirbach Regiment in the American Revolution. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 140 pp. This book comprises two accounts of the Mirbach Regiment and its involvement in the Revolutionary War. Firstly, there is the regimental journal, kept by quartermaster August Schmidt, which spans the period from the unit's departure from regimental headquarters in Melsungen on March 1, 1776 to its return home May 30th 1784 at the close of the war. Secondly there is the journal kept by Ensign Karl Reuffer. Although it covers a shorter time span it goes into much greater detail, and occupies three quarters of the book. As an appendix to his journal, Rueffer included a list of all Hesse-Cassel officer deaths up to the end of 1777, giving the officer's unit, place, time and cause of death. B0940 $17.00 Arnold's March from Cambridge to Quebec: A Critical Study Together with a Reprint of Arnold's Journal. Justin H. Smith. (1903), 2008, paper, index, 518 pp. History of that grueling trek, based on Arnold's journal and accounts of other participants. S0194 - $39.00 The Philadelphia Campaign, 1777-1778. Gregory T. Edgar. (1998), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 252 pp. A stirring account of the English military campaign of General Sir William Howe against Philadelphia, the winter encampment of Washington's Continental Army at Valley Forge, and the American victory at Monmouth in June of 1778. This work draws extensively on the journals and remembrances of the soldiers who fought on both sides, putting the reader right in the thick of the action. E0921 - $24.00 An Officer of Very Extraordinary Merit: Charles Porterfield and the American War for Independence: 1775-1780. Michael Cecere. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. Charles Porterfield's service in the Revolutionary War is chronicled through numerous first person narratives, including one of the best eyewitness accounts of battle. C3223 - $18.95 Fanning's Narrative: The Memoirs of Nathaniel Fanning. An Officer of the American Navy 1778-1783. Nathaniel Fanning. (1913) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 252 pp. The earliest account of the great sea fights during the Revolutionary War. F2334 - $23.00 Biography of Baron von Steuben, The Army of the American Revolution and its Organizer: Rudolf Cronau's Biography of Baron von Steuben. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1923), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. Much information is drawn from Steuben's own correspondence. T1066 - $17.50 A Sketch of the Virginia Soldier in the Revolution. Andrew Gallup. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 146 pp. Identifies which uniforms and equipment were used by reviewing the documentary evidence. G1104 - $17.50

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Revolutionary Rangers: Daniel Morgan's Riflemen and Their Role on the Northern Frontier, 1778-1783. Richard B. LaCrosse, Jr. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 238 pp. Complete account of the riflemen and their weapons; the formation and battle record of this elite regiment; activities in Schoharie, Onoquaga and Unadilla; and during Sullivan's campaign against the Iroquois. L2052 - $21.50 General Orders, Rhode Island: December 1776January 1778. Don N. Hagist. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 170 pp. This is the only orderly book known to exist containing British general orders given in Rhode Island. Mr. Hagist did extensive research on the British occupation of RI, and on British military organization. H1856 $18.50 "With their usual ardor", Scituate, Rhode Island and the American Revolution. Robert Grandchamp. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. The Scituate Militia saved Providence from capture in December 1775; helped drive the British out of Narragansett Bay in 1776, and faced the enemy in their own state in 1778. Scituate also contributed over one hundred men to the Continental Army. G4091 - $18.00 The Enterprise in Contemplation: The Midnight Assault of Stony Point. Don Loprieno. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 342 pp. Using primary sources, new research and explanatory maps, this first complete account in over a hundred years of Anthony Wayne's attack against British defenses on the Hudson River recreates one of the most daring and dramatic episodes of the Revolutionary War. L2574 - $33.50 "My Last Shift Betwixt Us & Death": The Ephraim Blaine Letterbook, 1777-1778. Joseph Lee Boyle. (2001), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. One of the most persevering commissaries in feeding the Continental Army was Ephraim Blaine of Carlisle, PA. This is a revealing record of the material resources and manpower necessary for supplying the soldiers. B1776 - $24.00 Writings from the Valley Forge Encampment of the Continental Army: December 19, 1777-June 19, 1778, Volume 1. Joseph Lee Boyle. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 196 pp. Transcriptions of letters, journal, written at Valley Forge. B1529 - $20.00 Writings from the Valley Forge Encampment of the Continental Army: December 19, 1777-June 19, 1778, Volume 2, "Winter in this starved Country". Joseph Lee Boyle. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 198 pp. B1825 - $20.00 Writings from the Valley Forge Encampment of the Continental Army: December 19, 1777-June 19, 1778, Volume 3, "it is a general Calamity". Joseph Lee Boyle. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 186 pp. Transcriptions of dozens of letters, journal, and documents written at Valley Forge. B2027 - $21.50 Writings from the Valley Forge Encampment of the Continental Army: December 19-1777-June 19, 1778. Volume 4, "The Hardships of the Camp". Joseph Lee Boyle. (2003), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 210 pp. Transcriptions of dozens of letters, journal, and documents written at Valley Forge. B2288 - $21.00

German Allied Troops in the American Revolution: J. R. Rosengarten's Survey of German Archives and Sources. Don Heinrich Tolzman. (1904, 1993), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 146 pp. Rosengarten provides a narrative description and critique of numerous sources on Germans fighting during the American Revolution. More than half of these soldiers, literally sold into service by the princes of various German states, came from Hesse-Cassel and were generally referred to as Hessians. Also includes general information on German soldiers in the French service, American history from German sources, Benjamin Franklin in Germany, German universities, and Achenwall's observations on North America in 1767. T0792 - $19.50

The Trenton Commanders: Johann Gottlieb Rall and George Washington, as noted in Hessian Diaries. Bruce E. Burgoyne. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, 16 pp. The Hessian soldiers' diaries recorded their impressions of America and Americans, as well as their daily military activity. B0661 - $4.00 Waldeck Soldiers of the American Revolutionary War. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. This book contains brief biographies of every man who served from the eighteenth-century German principality of Waldeck as members of the 3rd English-Waldeck Regiment. B0480 - $23.50 Defeat, Disaster, and Dedication. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 158 pp. Two diaries written by Lt. Jakob Piel of the Hesse-Cassel von Lossberg Regiment and Capt. Andreas Wiederhold of the Hesse-Cassel von Knyphausen Regiment. They were both members of Colonel Johann Rall's Brigade which

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Writings from the Valley Forge Encampment of the Continental Army: December 19, 1777-June 19, 1778, Volume 5, "a very Different Spirit in the Army". Joseph Lee Boyle. (2005), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. Transcriptions of dozens of letters and documents written at Valley Forge. B2561 - $25.50 Writings from the Valley Forge Encampment of the Continental Army: December 19, 1777-June 19, 1778, Volume 6, "my Constitution got quite shatter'd". Joseph Lee Boyle. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 208 pp. Transcriptions of dozens of letters, journal entries, and documents written at Valley Forge. The original spelling and punctuation has been retained. B4291 - $23.00 Brutal Virtue: The Myth and Reality of Banastre Tarleton. Anthony Scotti. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 314 pp. The author focuses on two areas where Tarleton and his men have received the most condemnation: the lack of discipline and the use of terror, and concludes with a summary of the Tarleton's postwar career and a judgment on the myth and reality of Tarleton and his unit. S2099 - $24.00 Newspaper Datelines of the American Revolution, Vol. 1: April 18, 1775 to November 1, 1775. Armand Francis Lucier. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 382 pp. This collection of articles from thirty-four different newspapers begins with the "alarming intelligence" of the shots fired at Lexington and Concord, followed by the Battle of Bunker Hill and other skirmishes, military affairs and the siege of St. John's. L1805 $30.00 Newspaper Datelines of the American Revolution, Vol. 2: November 1, 1775 to April 30, 1776. Armand Francis Lucier. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 372 pp. Drawing from 23 media resources, private letters, eyewitness accounts, and official reports, this book imparts an immediate sense of what it was like to experience these decisive moments, including the siege and blockade of British occupied Boston, the Canadian expedition, the capitulation of St. John's and Montreal, the siege and blockade of Quebec, and much more. L1940 - $32.00 Newspaper Datelines of the American Revolution, Vol. 3: May 1, 1776 to November 1, 1776. Armand Lucier. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 346 pp. Much is happening during this time as revealed in these abstracts from letters, reports, and articles appearing in 31 colonial newspapers. L2490 - $30.00 Newspaper Datelines of the American Revolution, Vol. 4: November 1, 1776 to January 30, 1777. Armand Lucier. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 146 pp. Step back into time with a read through these abstracts of old newspapers and glimpse the world the colonists lived in as generals schemed their battle plans; British and American troops struggled for victory; Germany supported Britain; and colonial agitators endeavored to rouse local support. L2465 - $18.50

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Captain Thomas Posey and the 7th Virginia Regiment. Michael Cecere. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 170 pp. The 7th Virginia Regiment, raised in 1776, played a prominent role in driving Lord Dunmore and his loyalist forces off of Gwynn's Island and out of Virginia. Captain Thomas Posey commanded a rifle company in the regiment and chronicled the engagement. C3584 $18.50 Great Things are Expected from the Virginians: Virginia in the American Revolution. Michael Cecere. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 278 pp. Virginia's role in the American Revolution is chronicled in this book through compelling first hand accounts, observations, and letters. Virginia, the oldest of the thirteen colonies was expected to lead, and the "Old Dominion" did not disappoint. C4564 - $24.00 Military Pension Laws, 1776-1858: From the Journals of the Continental Congress and the United States Statutes at Large. Christine Rose. 2001, 8½x11, paper, spiralbound, 44 pp. Understanding pension law helps the researcher to understand the records that these laws created. Here is one place are the laws that apply to the law prior to 1858. 4511s - $9.75 Index of Revolutionary War Pension Applications: Bicentennial Edition (Revised and Enlarged). National Genealogical Society. (1976), 2000, 8x10½, cloth, xxii+658 pp. The first step in determining service in the Revolutionary War is to consult this work. Alphabetically listed veterans and their widows who applied for pensions and bounty land warrents, including all additions and corrections uncovered by the National Genealogical Society in their preparation for microfilming the actual pension files. With the information contained in this book Revolutionary War pensions may be ordered from the National Archives. An excellent discourse on pension legislation is in the introduction. N0000 - $85.99

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The New Loyalist Index, Volume III, Including Cape Cod & Islands, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey and New York Loyalists. Paul J. Bunnell (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 196 pp. The listing is alphabetical and includes men and women. More than 30 sources were consulted. Much of the information comes from military records and land grants. B0987 - $23.00 Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, with a Historical Essay. Lorenzo Sabine. (1864), 2008, 2 vols., 1208 pp. Historical essay and biographical sketches. S1064 - $81.00 The Loyalists in the American Revolution. Claude Halstead Van Tyne. (1902), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 372 pp. The history of the 100,000 or more Americans who remained loyal; drawn primarily from original sources and the Rivington's Gazette, the Loyalists newspaper. V0201 - $28.50 The Black Hussars: A Brief and Concise History of Frederick Diemar's Hussars. Dr. Gary Corrado, (1999), 2005, 5½x8½, 48 pp. No. 1, For King and Country: The History of Loyalist Units During the American Revolution. Dr. Gary Corrado. Captain Diemar's Troop of Hussars was raised in 1779. This unit was composed mainly of escaped German prisoners of war from the various Brunswick regiments that had accompanied Burgoyne at Saratoga. Having made their way back to New York without their officers, these men had become somewhat unruly but were well suited for service in a unique independent hussar troop. Hussars were cavalry troops who dressed lightly, traveled quickly on fast horses and could inflict a devastating blow on the enemy at just the right moment during battle. C3540 - $5.00 The Loyalists of New Jersey: Their Memorials, Petitions, Claims, etc. From English Records. E. Alfred Jones. (1927), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 346 pp. The most comprehensive examination of New Jersey Loyalists in the American Revolution available. It includes an appendix by A. Van Doren Honeyman of additional loyalists. J0791 - $28.00 American Loyalist Claims, Volume 1: Abstracted from the Public Record Office, Audit Office Series 13, Bundles 1-35 and 37. Peter Wilson Coldham. 1980, cloth, index, 616 pp. This volume offers a comprehensive account of the relationships and interests of that vast number of colonial Americns whose loyalty to the Crown during the Revolution earned them exile and confiscation of their property. It offers maximum usefulness to readers, including the key, by names of testators, to many wills, will abstracts, and administrations-- some of which may be the only copies extant. C0045 - $22.50 From Redcoat to Rebel: The Thomas Sullivan Journal. Joseph Lee Boyle. (1997), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. Chronicles several years in the life of Thomas Sullivan, who enlisted in the British Army in 1775, fought in the Revolution, and deserted to join American forces in 1778. B0744 - $23.00

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Research Guide To Loyalist Ancestors: A Directory To Archives, Manuscripts, Published and Electronic Sources (Updated and Revised). Paul J. Bunnell. (2000), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 168 pp. This updated research aid lists most of the locations where American Loyalist records may be found throughout the world, and the principal records available. B1425 - $19.00 The New Loyalist Index, Volume I. Paul J. Bunnell. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 516 pp. A master index identifying over 5,000 Loyalists. Covers several dozen sources including both published works and American and Canadian archives. B0234 - $42.50 The New Loyalist Index: Volume II. Paul J. Bunnell. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. Over 2,000 Loyalists. B0400 - $22.00

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English Army and Navy Lists. Bruce E. Burgoyne. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. This book lists the English and "Hessian" regiments which served in the colonies during the American Revolutionary War and the names of their officers. It also includes a list of all English ships in the Navy. B4148 - $18.00 Redcoat Uniforms in North America, 17541763. William B. Koker. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 148 pp. This study of Redcoat uniforms and gear reveals the dynamic and radical change of centuries-old British Army traditions, and serves as a comprehensive guide for re-enactors, painters, historians, and others seeking knowledge of the era. K4480 - $19.50 British Army Officers Who Served in the American Revolution, 1775-1783. Steven M. Baule with Stephen Gilbert. (2003), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 236 pp. This compendium is an alphabetical listing of the British Regular Army or "Redcoat" officers who served in North America during the American Revolution. B2470 - $20.00 A Vindication of My Conduct: The Court Martial Trial of Lieutenant Colonel George Etherington. Dr. Todd E. Harburn and Rodger Durham. (2002), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. The fascinating story of the surrender of St. Vincent's Island, and the subsequent attempt by the colonial governor to make the military commander a scapegoat, presented here from a fresh perspective based on new research. H2092 $16.95

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Diaries of Two Ansbach Jaegers. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. The diaries of Lt., later Captain, Heinrich Carl Philipp von Feilitsch (1751-1827) and Lt. Christian Friedrich Bartholomai. B0655 - $18.50 Eighteenth Century America (A Hessian Report On the People, the Land, the War) As Noted in the Diary of Chaplain Philipp Waldeck (17761780). Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1995), 2008, paper, index, 206 pp. The diary of Philipp Waldeck, chaplain of the 3rd English-Waldeck Regiment, contains a wide variety of subjects. B0252 - $21.50 Hesse-Hanau Order Books, A Diary and Roster: A Collection of Items Concerning the Hesse-Hanau Contingent of "Hessians" Fighting Against the American Colonists in the Revolutionary War. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (2003), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 312 pp. Contains an anonymous diary possibly written by Paul Wilhelm Schefer, the Order Book of General von Gall, the Order Book of the Hesse-Hanau Regiment, and rosters of the Hesse-Hanau Infantry Regiment and the Jaeger Corps. B2461 - $27.50 A Hessian Officer's Diary of the American Revolution Translated From An Anonymous Ansbach-Bayreuth Diary and The Prechtel Diary. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, index, 346 pp. Prechtel was a first sergeant and a lieutenant in the Ansbach Regiment of the Ansbach-Bayreuth contingent. His diary, with entries dating from 1777 to 1783, offers descriptions of his experiences and insight into the war, the military and its procedures, and the places he toured in America. B0107 - $28.50 Hessian Letters and Journals and A Memoir. Bruce E. Burgoyne. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 214 pp. Letters, journals and memoirs of Hessian soldiers' impressions of America during the Revolution. Includes the dangers of crossing the ocean; descriptions of the land, animals and temperatures in America; and an interesting paper written by an Indian chief to the governor of Nova Scotia. B3842 - $20.00 The Hessians and the other German Auxiliaries of Great Britain in the Revolutionary War. Edward J. Lowell. (1884), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 354 pp. This fascinating work (cited in the Harvard Guide to American History) is a must for every student of the Revolution or GermanAmerican history, for its depiction of the American Revolution from the German point of view. The experiences and observations of the intelligent German officers yield many vivid pictures of American life during the Revolutionary struggle. L1614 - $30.00 Aboard a Dutch Troop Transport: A Diary Written by Captain Ludwig Alberti of the Waldeck 5th Battalion. Bruce E. Burgoyne. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 134 pp. Captain Alberti shares the details of shipboard life, as well as descriptions of his visits to Lisbon and the Canary Islands, and marine life he witnessed along the way. B4544 - $19.00

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Brunswick Troops in North America, 17761783: Index of Soldiers who Remained in North America. Charles Reuter. (1999), 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 116 pp. Records are listed in alphabetical order by surname and include: place of birth, postal code of town, year of birth, unit, rank, post-war experiences, desertion, injuries, casualties, capture by the enemy, etc. R1348 $21.00 Revolutionary War Letters Written by Hessian Officers: Generals Wilhelm von Knyphausen, Carl Wilhelm Von Hachenberg, Friedrich Wilhelm von Lossberg, Johann Friedrich Cochenhausen, Friedrich Von Riedesel and Major Carl Leopold von Baurmeister. Bruce E. Burgoyne and Dr. Marie E. Burgoyne. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. Translation of letters in the archives of the Morristown National Historical Park, New Jersey. B3541 - $19.00 Most Illustrious Hereditary Prince: Letters to Their Prince from Members of Hesse-Hanau Military Contingent in the Service of England During the American Revolution. Bruce E. Burgoyne. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 196 pp. Letters (1776-1783) from 26 men, most of them officers of the Hesse-Hanau Hereditary Prince Regiment, to their prince, the Count of Hanau. Most of these letters serve as reports on the troops' activities and situation. B2375 - $22.00 The Hessian Occupation of Newport and Rhode Island, 1776-1779. Walter K. Schroder. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. This historical narrative portrays the events of the Rhode Island campaign, from Dec. 8, 1776 to Oct. 25, 1779. From the occupation of Newport to the Battle of Rhode Island, troop movements, and much more are examined in detail. S4074 - $25.00 Journal of a Hessian Grenadier Battalion. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (2005), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. This translation was made from a copy of the Platte Grenadier Battalion Journal in the Lidgerwood Collection at the Morristown National Historical Park in Morristown, New Jersey. Mr. Burgoyne has inserted additional identifying information about individuals whenever possible. Besides descriptions of the movements and battles of the troops, there are many entries describing the long sea voyages endured by these foreign fighters. B3157 - $27.00 Journal of the Hesse-Cassel Jaeger Corps. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (2005), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. Mr. Burgoyne's translation was made from a German language document in the archives of the Morristown National Historical Park, Morristown, New Jersey. Where the information was readily available, the author added name and unit identification. B2565 $27.00 Order Book of the Hesse-Cassel von Mirbach Regiment. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 302 pp. An excellent source of information on promotions and transfers throughout the Hessian army; provides a picture of the daily life in an infantry regiment, 1777-1780. This regiment's most significant role in combat was during the attack on Fort Mercer, New Jersey in October 1777, where it suffered serious losses. B2530 - $29.50

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Enemy Views: The American Revolutionary War as Recorded by the Hessian Participants. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1996), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 648 pp. Presents parts of the diaries, letters and regimental records from 34 individual sources from five of the six German states which rented their armies to Great Britain. B0563 - $48.50 Georg Pausch's Journal and Reports of the Campaign in America, as Translated from the German Manuscript in the Lidgerwood Collection in the Morristown Historical Park Archives, Morristown, N.J. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 160 pp. This volume contains Pausch's fascinating journal and war reports, in translation. Details of everyday life, relations with local inhabitants, equipment, uniforms, food supplies, finances, construction of fortifications and logistical problems are all described in these pages. An everyname index simplifies locating individuals, and the introduction includes a roster of the Hesse-Hanau Artillery company. B0531 - $19.50 Journal of the Prince Charles Regiment. Bruce E. Burgoyne. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 86 pp. This fascinating journal begins 14 January 1776 when the illustrious Prince Charles Regiment receives orders to augment prior to marching out of the garrison at Hersfeld, Germany, to begin its march to America, and continues with an account of what transpired thereafter. B4149 - $12.00

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Notes from a British Museum. Bruce Burgoyne. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 310 pp. Information discussed includes general background material, the order of battle, the acquisition of German auxiliary soldiers, transportation issues, the campaign of 1777, postwar preparations to depart and German stay-behinds, desertions, women and children, and a list of ships. B2487 - $27.50 Hessian Chaplains: Their Diaries and Duties. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 178 pp. These "church books" consist of birth, marriage, death, baptism, penance and confirmation records. They were recorded by the German chaplains who accompanied the Hessian troops serving in America during the Revolutionary War, 1776-1783. These valuable records are quite detailed and contain a wealth of family history. Included are the Church Book of Hesse-Cassel Chaplain Georg C. Coester, Chaplain Braunsdorf's Anhalt-Zerbst Church Book, and the Ansbach-Bayreuth Church Book compiled by Chaplain Stroelein. B2359 - $20.00 The Diary of Lieutenant von Bardeleben and Other von Donop Regiment. Bruce E. Burgoyne. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. Contains the wartime diaries of Lieutenant Johann Heinrich von Bardeleben, the company Church Book of the von Donop Regiment compiled by Chaplain Georg Christoph Coester, and the regimental journal of Quartermaster Johann Georg Zinn. B1054 - $21.00

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American Prisoners of War Held at Barbados, Newfoundland and New Providence During the War of 1812. Harrison Scott Baker. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 208 pp. Transcribed records of American prisoners of war held at Barbados, West Indies; New Providence, Bahamas; and Newfoundland, Canada during the War of 1812. B4498 - $28.00 American Prisoners of War Held at Bermuda, Cape of Good Hope and Jamaica During the War of 1812. Harrison Scott Baker. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 328 pp. Transcribed records of American prisoners of war (marines, merchantmen and sailors) held at Bermuda, Cape of Good Hope and Jamaica during the War of 1812. B4499 - $36.50 Men of Patriotism, Courage & Enterprise! Fort Meigs in the War of 1812. Larry L. Nelson. (1985), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. The author, the site director of the Fort Meigs State Memorial in Perrysburg, Ohio, carefully follows the chronology of major events surrounding Fort Meigs. He recounts with thorough documentation the decisions and performances of the famous leaders on both sides of the conflict. He uses many previously unknown sources, including diaries, journals and personal letters to evoke the emotional effects of the war's many sacrifices and bloody confrontations. About thirty drawings, etchings, photos and maps help bring the stories to life. N0728 - $20.00 Lifeline: The War of 1812 Along the Upper St. Lawrence River. Mike Phifer. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 170 pp. This work sheds light on the important region along the Upper St. Lawrence River (eastern Ontario and northern New York) during the War of 1812. Battles and skirmishes (including the Wilkinson 1813 campaign), settlements, military actions, smuggling, and more are covered. P4681 - $20.00 Real Patriots and Heroic Soldiers: Gen. Joel Leftwich and the Virginia Brigade in the War of 1812. Stuart L. Butler. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 370 pp. This is the story of General Joel Leftwich and the Virginia Brigade's march for glory into Ohio under the most extreme conditions. These brave men enabled General Harrison to push forward in the dead of winter; and establish Fort Meigs. B4775 - $32.00 War of 1812: Virginia Bounty Land and Pension Applicants. Patrick G. Wardell. (1987), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 408 pp. The extracted biographical data on the War of 1812 bounty land warrant and pension applications found here is taken from the file jackets located at the National Archives. In addition to the name of the applicant, the data includes some or all of the following: date and place of death, spouse's name, date and place of marriage, date and place of spouse's death, and last known residence of the veteran or his surviving spouse. The data provided was much more complete for surnames beginning with A-H than for I-Z. W0055 - $34.50 British Invasion of Maryland, 1812-1815. William M. Marine. (1913), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 530 pp. This book presents the history of the British invasion of Maryland during the War of 1812. The volume includes the events leading up to the declaration of war against Great

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Britain, plus chapters about the privateersmen, the Chesapeake expedition, Blarney's flotilla, and Caulk's Field. Many details of the conflicts are included such as the battles at Frenchtown, Havre de Grace, Bladensburg, Washington, North Point and Baltimore. Also included is an appendix giving the Maryland roster of 11,000 soldier names. M0918 - $38.00 Sea Raptors: Logs of Voyages of Private Armed Vessels, Comet and Chasseur, Commanded by Tom Boyle, 1812-1815. Andrew Wahll. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. This War of 1812 sea narrative, based on the ships' logs, also includes Court Martial testimony of the Captain of HMS St. Lawrence, after the stunning defeat by Thomas Boyle off Cuba aboard the Chasseur. W4371 - $20.00

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Chihauhua Rangers: The Disposables. Joseph Butner. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 338 pp. This new perspective of the Missouri volunteers in the Army of the West in the Mexican War follows them as they enroll, muster into service, produce the select company of Chihuahua Rangers, and face the privations of marches, occupations, and battles. B3844 - $33.00 The Mexican War and Its Warriors: Comprising a Complete History of all the Operations of the American Armies in Mexico, with Biographical Sketches & Anecdotes of the Most Distinguished Officers in the Regular Army & Volunteer Force. J. Frost, LLD. (1850), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 346 pp. This war resulted in the U.S. acquisition of a vast area including California, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Arizona & New Mexico. This history was written shortly after the conclusion of the war and includes extracts from contemporary correspondence, and eyewitness reports. About 2/3rds of the volume covers the war, and the balance consists of biographies of some of the principals. F0276 - $27.00 War with Mexico, 1846-1847: Doniphan's Expedition and the Conquest of New Mexico & California. William Elsey Connely. (1907), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 688 pp. The campaign is described here in the first-hand account of John Taylor Hughes, a private in the 1st Missouri Regiment and the historian of the campaign. It covers the march culminating in the Battle of Sacramento, in which Doniphan's volunteers overcame some 4000 Mexican regulars to occupy Chihuahua City. C1461 - $47.00 Off to War: The Virginia Volunteers in the War with Mexico. William Page Johnson II. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 460 pp. A comprehensive look at Virginia participation in the Mexican War consisting of a history, muster rolls, and biographical information on each participant. J0767 - $35.00 Maryland and District of Columbia Volunteers in the Mexican War. Charles J. Wells. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 104 pp. A brief history of the War (1846-48) along with muster rolls and pension information for over 1300 individuals. W0019 - $16.00

These Were the Hessians. Bruce E. Burgoyne. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 244 pp. Hessians represented one-third of all combatants serving the Crown during the American Revolutionary War. This detailed account of their contribution to this nation's growth includes the Waldeck Articles of War, 1775 (German and English); the role of women with the Hessian units; and a bibliography. B4193 - $35.00

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Affair at Captina Creek. Harry G Enoch. (1999), 2009 5½x8½, paper, index, 214 pp. Describes a little-known incident of the American Frontier when border strife turned into open war between frontier rangers and the Shawnee in the spring of 1791. Harry G. Enoch has reconstructed the events surrounding the Battle of Captina Creek using original documents and information gained during his own travels in the region. E1112 $21.50

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American Prisoners of War Held at Halifax, During the War of 1812, Volume I and II. Harrison Scott Baker. (2004), 2005, 8½x11, paper, 2 vols., 592 pp. This work was transcribed from records of the British Admiralty pertaining to American prisoners of war held at Halifax, Nova Scotia, from June 1812 to April 1815. Entries are listed alphabetically. B3323 - $63.00

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Consigned Indifference: The Military Careers of Six Civil War Generals with Tenuous Fame. Ron V. Killian. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 428 pp. This volume examines the plight, problems, situations, etc. of: Gen. Charles P. Stone, U.S.; Gen. Charles Smith Hamilton, U.S.; Gen. Lloyd Tilghman, CSA; Gen. George Stoneman, U.S.; Gen. Evander McIvor Law, CSA; Gen. Charles Garrison Harker, U.S. K4516 $35.00 A Civil War Reenactor's Guidebook. Greg M. Romaneck. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 262 pp. This book offers living historians a treasure trove of information that will appeal to practicing reenactors, potential participant and curious spectators; with insights into not only the material world of Civil War America but also aspects of social history. R4363 - $26.50

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Civil War Stories: Tales of Everyday Soldiers and Civilians, Volume 2. Greg M. Romaneck. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 282 pp. This twovolume social history offers a unique, up close and personal look at the lives of everyday soldiers and civilians: refugees, slaves, infantryman longing to return home, and the cost of America's bloodiest war. R4599 - $27.00

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Letters to a Civil War Bride: The Civil War Letters of Captain Wolcott Pascal Marsh. Sandra Marsh Mercer and Jerry Mercer. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 552 pp. These letters, written by Captain Wolcott Pascal Marsh to his young bride during the Civil War, were written on the battlefield and give detailed descriptions of daily life in the Union Army, battle strategies, and much more. M3685 - $47.50 Confederate Casualties at First and Second Manassas. Robert E. Smith. (2001), 6x9, paper, 458 pp. This book offers the first comprehensive look at casualties in these two important battles of Manassas Plains, Virginia. It is designed around the Infantry only, however, a few names in the Artillery and Cavalry have been shown. S0703 $33.00 Battle of Plymouth, North Carolina (April 1720, 1864): The Last Confederate Victory. Juanita Patience Moss. (2003), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 372 pp. In this book you will read about the second largest battle in North Carolina. It was fought at Plymouth where the Confederates tasted their last victory. Intense drama took place during four days filled with surprise, fate, intrigue, bravery, ingenuity, hope, daring, dedication, gallantry, victory, disappointment, and defeat. M0852 - $32.00 The Forgotten Black Soldiers in White Regiments During The Civil War. Juanita D. Moss. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 64 pp. The primary purpose for this book is to reveal to many the existence of black men who have been forgotten by historians. If mention is made at all in history books of the black soldiers who had served during the Civil War, the reference is only for those having served in the USCT. M3331 - $7.50 Voices From the Past: 104th Infantry Regiment, USCT, Colored Civil War Soldiers from South Carolina. J. Raymond Gourdin. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 270 pp. In the 83 genealogical and biographical entries in this book, over 450 surnames are identified, with an index to nearly 2,000 persons. G0718 - $26.00 The Final Resting Places of the Gettysburg Commanders: A List of the Gravesites of the Corps, Division, Brigade, and Regimental Commanders Who Served at Gettysburg. Ethan F. Bishop. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 132 pp. A complete Order of Battle for the Army of the Potomac and the Army of Northern Virginia who served at Gettysburg. All known burial locations for the officers are given. B2571 - $18.50 The Gettysburg Battlefield: The Union Regimental Commanders, A Guide to the Battlefield Sites of the Union Regimental Commanders Who Were Casualties. Ethan F. Bishop. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 368 pp. Learn about the officers in direct command of the Union regiments who were casualties in the battle; from their wounding sites to their final resting places. Brief biographies are included. B3859 - $32.00

Shifting Winds of War: Indian Territory 1861-1865. Ethel Crisp Taylor. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 238 pp. Over 30,000 Western and Eastern Indians were drawn into the Civil War conflict as soldiers or auxiliaries of the United States or the Confederate States. Of these people, nearly 10,000 served in the Union in the Indian Home Guard Regiments and 20,000 plus served the Confederacy. T5179 - $24.50

The Beginning and the End: The Story of Civil War Surrenders. Dayton E. Pryor. (2001, 2005), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 500 pp. Covers surrenders prior Fort Sumter being attacked and concludes with the surrender of Indian Territory tribes, the release of prisoners of war, and the firing of the last shot in Aleutian waters on June 28. This work is complimented with maps, illustrations and a combined fullname plus subject index. P2007 - $35.00 The Rebel Scout, A Thrilling History of Scouting Life in the Southern Army. Thomas Nelson Conrad. (1904), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 108 pp. These pages offer "a faithful sketch of scouting life in the Southern Army, a life full of romance, adventure and perils..." This edition contains a new name, place and subject index by John D. Bowman. C4769 - $15.00

Saddle and Saber: The Letters of Civil War Cavalryman Corporal Nelson Taylor. Dr. Gray Nelson Taylor. 1993, 5½x8½, paper, 202 pp. Work was compiled, edited, and commented upon by his grandson. This collection of 103 letters is unique; as it is an unbroken series. Taylor graphically describes some of the 141 separate engagements his regiment was involved in. He does not dwell on battle scenes, the carnage, or statistics, however, but writes poignantly of the everyday life of a soldier. Dr. Taylor has added explanatory notes on the formation of the Ninth New York State Volunteer Cavalry in Chautauqua County, as well as on the forces influencing the movements of the Ninth New York Cavalry. T0847 - $24.00

Union Army Balloon Corps. Russell K. Dutcher III. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 206 pp. This book traces Professor Thaddeus Sobieski Constantine Lowe's formation of the balloon corps in July 1861 and provides a detailed account of its operations throughout the end of December 1863. D4785 $22.00 The Diuguid Records, 1861-1865, and Biographical Sketches. Jerry H. Markham. 2007, 6x9, paper, 434 pp. Using Mr. Diuguid's burial records (Diuguid Funeral Home, Lynchburg, Va.) and other sources, this volume provides the names of soldiers prepared for burial, burial location, date of death or burial, cause of death (as available), and for many, biographical information. M4292 - $42.00 Confederate Cemeteries, Volume 1. Mark Hughes. (2002), paper, index, 436 pp. The names of over 9,500 soldiers and civilians buried in 30 cemeteries in Virginia. Arranged alphabetically, the information about each soldier, in most cases, includes, the solder's name, company, regiment, state, and date of death or burial. Cemeteries in volume 1 include Richmond's Shockoe and Hollywood, Holston Conference at Emory and Henry College, Prospect Hill at Front Royal and Woodstock's Massanutten. In addition to burial rosters this book includes a brief history of each cemetery along with an overview of the struggle faced by Southern Women to bury the solders of the "Lost Cause. " H2050 - $35.50 Confederate Cemeteries, Volume 2. Mark Hughes. (2003), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 522 pp. This book lists the names of over 10,500 Confederate soldiers that died during the Civil War. Includes Blandford Cemetery at Petersburg, Stauton's Thornrose Cemetery, Ashland's Woodland Cemetery, the University of Virginia's Soldier's Cemetery, Woodbine Cemetery at Harrisonburg, Fredericksburg's Confederate Cemetery, and the Old City Cemetery at Lynchburg. H2345 - $44.50

Women of the War; Their heroism and selfsacrifice. Frank Moore. (1866), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 600 pp. This collection of accounts about the contributions of notable Union women during the Civil War includes: Mrs. Fanny Ricketts, Mrs. Mary A. Brady, Kady Brownell, Mrs. P. B. Hurd, Margaret E. Breckinridge, Mrs. Elida Rumsey Fowle, Bridget Divers, Mrs. Isabella Fogg, and many more. M4739 - $43.50 Civil War Stories: Tales of Everyday Soldiers and Civilians, Volume 1. Greg M. Romaneck. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 316 pp. This twovolume social history offers a unique, up close and personal look at the lives of everyday soldiers and civilians: refugees, slaves, infantryman longing to return home, and the cost of America's bloodiest war. R4598 - $29.00

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Gravesites of the Civil War Generals: Confederate, Union & Brevetted Generals Final Resting Places. Ethan F. Bishop. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 186 pp. Listed here is a checklist for the gravesites of commanders of both sides during the Civil War: 583 Union generals, 1404 brevetted Union generals, 425 full-rank Confederate generals, and 137 honorary Confederate generals. B3180 - $22.00 Tragedy At Montpelier: The Untold Story of Ten Confederate Deserters from North Carolina. Jayne E. Blair. (2003), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 130 pp. After fighting valiantly at Gettysburg, ten men from the Third North Carolina deserted, were captured and executed on the grounds of Montpelier, Virginia, the home of President James Madison. Well documented, with biographical information on the deserters and a brief history of Montpelier and the Madisons. B2370 - $15.50 Through the Valley of the Shadow of Death: The Civil War Manuscript Collection of Captain Harvey Alexander Wallace, 5th South Carolina Infantry and 19th Texas Infantry, Walker's Texas Division. Stephen Skelton. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 394 pp. This collection places you with Captain Wallace and his family, and beside the soldiers who served with him from So. Carolina and Texas. S3134 - $35.00 Civil War Letters and Diary of Andrew H. Gale of the 137th Regiment, New York State Volunteers. Richard T. Gillespie. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 194 pp. A combination of personal accounts and official records tracing the 137th Regiment's movements and activities, including battles and army transfers, from 1862 until late 1865. Civil War era photos, maps, facsimiles of some of the letters. G3278 - $27.50 With A True God Bless: Civil War Letters. Suzanne Meredith. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 130 pp. These letters speak of love, homesickness, primal fear and incredible pain-intimate thoughts expressed by people who lived and died during an era of national division. These elusive memories offer readers a different view of history, one that evokes a need to create a better tomorrow. M4471 - $18.50 Ever True: Civil War letters of Seward's New York 9th Heavy Artillery of Wayne and Cayuga Counties between a soldier, his wife and his Canadian family. Lisa Saunders. (2004), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 202 pp. Read little known details about: personal contacts with Lincoln and Seward; battles of Cold Harbor, Jerusalem Plank Road, Monocacy, Opequon, Fisher's Hill, Cedar Creek, the Siege of Petersburg, Moseby's Men, and the Shenandoah Valley Campaign. S2526 $19.50 General Henry Lewis Benning: "This was a man," A Biography of Georgia's Supreme Court Justice and Confederate General. J. David Dameron. (2001, 2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 464 pp. In the courtroom and on the field of battle, Henry Benning fought diligently for his beliefs. While Benning excelled as a military leader, his skills in the arena of law are legendary as well. D2444 - $35.00

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Play: Ever True: One Couple's Journey Through The Civil War. Lisa Saunders. 2005, 8½x11, comb binding, 44 pp. This one-act play is based on the book Ever True: A Union Private and His Wife. The letters of Charles McDowell and his wife, Nancy, display remarkable devotion to their country and each other in the midst of war's infidelities, scandals, and the ever-present threat of death. S3486 - $100.00 The Sultana Saga: The Titanic of the Mississippi. Rex T. Jackson. (2003, 2004), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 136 pp. On a cold night in late April 1865, on the mighty Mississippi River just north of Memphis, scores of unsuspecting souls suddenly found themselves desperately struggling for their lives after the boilers exploded on the riverboat steamer Sultana. Most of the men served in cavalry or infantry units from Indiana, Kentucky, Michigan, and Ohio, or cavalry units from Tennessee and Virginia. J2358 - $18.00 Benning's Brigade, Volume 1: A History and Roster of the Fifteenth Georgia. J. David Dameron. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 232 pp. Benning's Brigade is a history and roster of the individual regiments which comprised the unit. Personal reflections from diaries, journals, correspondence, and reports provide a uniquely southern perspective of the American Civil War. D2445 - $23.00 Benning's Brigade, Volume 2: A History and Roster of the Second, Seventeenth, and Twentieth Georgia Volunteer Infantry Regiments. J. David Dameron. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 494 pp. General Henry Lewis Benning described his brigade of Southern warriors as men who would simply not give up, even in the face of overwhelming odds. The mental anguish endured by the Georgian soldiers during the winter of 1864-1865 is painfully evident in their letters and journals. The regimental rosters in this book highlight each individual soldier. Personal information such as: rank; promotions; prisoner/exchange data (if captured); wounds or disabilities (hospitalization data); and either their cause of death and burial data; or parole information was gleaned from both Union and Confederate documents. D3175 - $40.00 Mosby's Fighting Parson: The Life and Times of Sam Chapman. Peter A. Brown. 2001, 6x9, cloth, index, 423 pp. A detailed life story of this Mosby ranger; also releases new information on the inner workings of Mosby's Command and its scope of operations. B0668 - $29.95

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The Assassination of Abraham Lincoln: Flight, Pursuit, Capture, and Punishment of the Conspirators. Osborn H. Oldroyd. (1901), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 330 pp. Oldroyd was a collector of Lincolniana for forty years. His book includes accounts of Lincoln's assassination, the pursuit of Booth afterward, the subsequent trials, and the people and places Oldroyd encountered on an 80-mile walk along Booth's escape route. O0360 - $25.00 Sultana, Index to Rev. Chester D. Berry's Loss of the Sultana and Reminiscences of Survivors. Kim S. Harrison. 1991, 8½x11, paper, 33 pp. Created as a useful companion to the Rev. Berry's work which was published in 1892. The Sultana is a history of a disaster that took over 1,500 lives of returning Union soldiers recently released from Cahaba and Andersonville prisons. H0006 - $10.00 Proud to Say I am a Union Soldier: The Last Letters Home from Federal Soldiers Written During the Civil War, 1861-1865. Franklin R. Crawford. (2005), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 272 pp. This unique volume contains the final correspondence written by brave soldiers who did not survive the Civil War. C3189 - $29.50 Southern Boots and Saddles: The Fifteenth Confederate Cavalry C.S.A., First Regiment Alabama and Florida Cavalry, 1863-1865. Arthur E. Green. (2005), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 230 pp. Contains transcribed military service records of 1,611 dedicated, brave Southern men who served with the Fifteenth Confederate Cavalry. These men, for the most part, came from the Gulf Coast of Northwest Florida, South Alabama and Southeast Mississippi. G3813 $40.00 The History of the 6th Ohio Volunteer Cavalry, 1861-1865: A Journal of Patriotism, Duty and Bravery. Richard J. Staats. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols, 1038 pp. Through the power of their personal letters and diaries, over one hundred voices tell their stories from beyond the grave. In addition to these moving first-hand accounts, the troopers, their relatives at home, and some of the commanders relate their experiences in a composite journal. It is the author's intent to have the Sixth Ohio troopers tell their own story at or near the time that they experienced it. An index, seventeen maps, ninety photographs, ten Harper's Weekly illustrations, a post-war epilog, and a bibliography enhance the text. S3652 - $76.00 From Pilgrimage to Promise: Civil War Heritage and the Landis Boys of Logansport. Lincoln Landis. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 432 pp. The author traces the positive spirit of a Union regiment through its assistant surgeon, Abraham Landis, and his five sons-Walter, Charles, John, Frederick, and Kenesaw Mountain. The "Landis boys" achieved national prominence in the twentieth century. L3831 - $36.00 The War of the Rebellion. Chauncey F. Grosvenor. 1994, 5½x8½, paper, 166 pp. Chauncey Grosvenor used his acute powers of observation to capture in writing some of the most important events of the great conflict. His regiment was sent to Fort Marcy, later, he went by rail to New York and by steamship to Savannah. G0049 $20.50

Forrest's Forgotten Horse Brigadier. H. Gerald Starnes. (1995), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. The wartime encounters of officers and privates of Starnes' 4th Tennessee Cavalry Regiment are traced in detail; includes a genealogical account of Col. Starnes' family. S0234- $19.50

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A Buffalo Soldier's Story. William Aleshire. (2004), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 708 pp. This is the life story of Sergeant Thomas Boyne, a native of Prince George's County, Maryland, who joined the 2nd Light Artillery Company "B" of the United States Colored Troops at Point Lookout, Maryland, on February 5, 1864 and went on to receive our nation's highest military award, the Medal of Honor, while serving in the 9th United States Cavalry during the Indian Wars. This is also the story of Boyne's comrades-African-American Buffalo Soldiers and the officers who commanded his various assigned units-who helped to open and preserve the West while performing their military duty for their country. A3140 - $66.00 They Did Their Work Bravely: Civil War Generals Buried in Pennsylvania. David L. Callihan. 2004, 8½x11, paper, 140 pp. Brief biographical sketches are provided for the 44 full rank Union generals and 1 Confederate general buried in Pennsylvania. One or more photos are provided for each grave site, as well as a map of the cemetery or directions for finding each grave site. C2501 - $22.00 Major Granville Haller: Dismissed with Malice. Guy Breshears. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 172 pp. Granville Haller was a successful military officer before his sudden and unjust dismissal from the service. Haller's struggle to restore his name and rank is told here through his writings, official reports and court depositions so that all will recognize his contributions to the nation that dismissed him with malice. B3801 - $22.50 The Cornwell Chronicles: Tales of an American Life on the Erie Canal, Building Chicago, in the Volunteer Civil War Western Army, on the farm, in a country store. John Wearmouth. 1998, 8½x11, paper, indices, 301 pp. Gives the first published eyewitness account of Black Union troops in their most glorious victory of the Civil War. A detailed account of courage and carnage at Ft. Donelson, Shiloh and the action of the 1500man African Brigade at Miliken's Bend, La. on June 7, 1863. W1083 - $46.50 Civil War and Living History Reenacting About "People of Color". How to Begin, What to Wear, Why Reenact. Mary L. Jackson Fears. 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 178 pp. This guide will inspire African-Americans to attend Civil War battle reenactments and join in the living history experience as reenactors. F2513 - $28.50 Warriors for the Working Day: A Narrative Built of Letters from the Civil War. Brian Dooley. 1991, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 105 pp. Potter family letters reveal the human element of the Civil War. The editor provides brief explanations to fill in the gaps left by the letters, and to provide an historical overview of the events described. A family tree, descriptions of the family, photographs add depth to this moving narrative. D0468 - $17.00 Across the Rappahannock. Bradley Finfrock. 1994, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 254 pp. The Battle of Fredericksburg comes to life through soldiers' diaries and letters. A very readable text is accompanied by modern photographs of the battlefield and computer drawn maps prepared by Mr. Donald Peterson of N. Y. F0045 - $27.00

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James B. Eads: The Civil War Ironclads and His Mississippi. Rex T. Jackson. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 126 pp. One of the world's most accomplished engineers in all history, who was inducted in 1920 into the Hall of Fame for Great Americans. J2477 - $16.00 The Civil War Diary of Lieutenant Robert Molford Addison, Co. E, 23rd Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, December 24, 1863 December 29, 1864. Diane E. Greene. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 190 pp. Discusses the battles and the Red River Campaign that followed. G0656 - $19.00 The Texas Navies: The Civil War in Texas and the Southwest. Roy Sullivan. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 150 pp. The Republic of Texas was its own nation for ten years after winning independence from Santa Ana at San Jacinto. A navy was needed to defend 600 miles of Texas Gulf coast from Mexico which wanted Texas back. Texans had three navies: the Impromptu, First and Second Navies. S4370 - $19.00 The Union Hole: Unionist Activity and Local Conflict in Western Virginia. David Scott Turk. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 154 pp. Focuses on the dilemmas confronted by the people of Craig, Alleghany and Monroe Counties (the last presently in West Virginia), and contains an abundance of names and biographical information valued by genealogists. T0029 - $19.50 I Seat Myself to Write you a Few Lines: Civil War and Homestead Letters from Thomas Lucas and Family. Dona Bayard Sauerburger and Thomas Lucas Bayard. (2002), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 470 pp. The first section of this book covers the Civil War years in 380 letters written by, and written to, Thomas Lucas. The second section gives eloquent descriptions of life after the war and the family's move west to Nebraska in almost 150 letters and memoirs. The third section provides brief biographical sketches of Thomas Lucas, his family, and others who are featured in the letters. S4167 - $62.00 Prisoners of War 1861-65: A Record of Personal Experiences, and a Study of the Condition and Treatment of Prisoners on Both Sides During the War of the Rebellion. Thomas Sturgis. (1912), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 90 pp. The author was a Union guard over Camp Morton near Indianapolis, Indiana in 1864, and a prisoner at Libby Prison in Richmond, Virginia in 1865. S2342 - $14.00 In View of the Great Want of Labor: The Legislative History on Employment of African Americans in the Confederate States of America. E. Renee Ingram. (1999), 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 237 pp. This reference book provides insight into extensive involvement and the role of African Americans, especially in Virginia. Contains the names of over 1,800 persons, their age, description, nativity, enlistment and assignment. I9018 - $33.00

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We Enlisted As Patriots: The Civil War Records of Battery G, Second Illinois Light Artillery. Linda Barnickel. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 172 pp. Well-documented history that contains complete muster roll information, an account of the battery's service, and a complete transcription of the battery order book. B0915 - $20.50 Bivouac of the Dead. Mark Hughes. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 346 pp. This book lists over 2,400 burial sites where United States soldiers were buried during the Civil War and the Indian Wars. All major Civil War battlefields and most western post cemeteries are included, with much never-before-published information. This book is the key to finding the reburial locations. It does not, however, provide the names of individual soldiers. H0260 - $30.50 We Are In A Fight Today: The Civil War Diaries of Horace P. Mathews and King S. Hammond. Kenneth A. Perry. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. Diaries of Horace P. Mathews (123rd N. Y. Volunteer Infantry, Co. H) and that of King S. Hammond (16th N. Y. Heavy Artillery, Co. K). P1539 - $23.50

The Civil War Letters of William A. Robinson and the Story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry. Robert J. Taylor. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 193 pp. William A. Robinson served at Antietam, South Mountain, Fredericksburg, Suffolk, Va., the Federal siege of Fort Sumter (1863), Cold Harbor, Petersburgh and Fair Oaks. Letters are transcribed in their entirety, with a history of the 89th N. Y. T1580 - $20.50 Memoirs of a Lincoln Conspirator. Samuel Bland Arnold and Michael W. Kauffman. (1995), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. Based on Arnold's diaries, it is the only full-length account of Booth's conspiracy written by one of the accused. Published as a newspaper series in 1902, it is reproduced here, along with supplementary notes, appendices, photographs. K0367 - $23.50 Dr. Samuel A. Mudd and the Lincoln Assassination. John E. McHale, Jr. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 146 pp. Describes Dr. Samuel Mudd's assistance to the disguised assassin of President Lincoln; Mudd's arrest, conviction, and imprisonment; and recent efforts to. clear his name. M1691 - $18.00 From Pastime To Passion: Baseball and the Civil War. Patricia Millen. (2001), 2007, paper, index, 140 pp. While baseball's favorite myth regarding Abner Doubleday is proven to be false, America's favorite pastime is clearly a part of American history. Ice baseball; prison camps; Albert Spalding and the quest to prove baseball's American origin; and much more are discussed. M1775 - $15.95 Recollections of a Rebel Reefer. James Morris Morgan. (1917), reprint, paper, index, 491 pp. Autobiography of an Annapolis midshipman who trained on Old Ironsides, served on the Confederate cruiser Georgia, and was later an officer in the Egyptian service. This fascinating narrative is hard to put down. M2306 - $40.00

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Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, the Confederate Units and the Indian Units. Stewart Sifakis. (1995), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. Intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. This volume details the activities of Kentucky, Maryland, and Missouri units. S0700 - $26.95 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Texas. Stewart Sifakis. (1992), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 160 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. This volume details the activities of Texas's units. S0699 - $26.95 General Reub Williams's Memories of Civil War Times. Sally Hogan. (2004), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 330 pp. Gen. Reuben Williams relates his experiences in battles and instances of camp life. Dates, anecdotes, and facts have all been preserved here as the General related them. H2517 - $24.50 My Reminiscences of the G.A.R. Richard Partington. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 186 pp. This 3-part work includes: reminiscences of the G.A.R., with brief accounts of numerous veterans, some known personally by the author; the 75th Reunion of the Blue and Gray in Gettysburg in 1938 where the author interviewed and photographed some of the veterans as he went around the encampment; and a portion of the diary kept by William H. H. Ogden, Sr. (the author's great grandfather) during the last years of his enlistment in West Virginia, 1862-1864. Numerous vintage photographs enhance the text. P2502 - $24.00 The Confederate Dead in Brooklyn: Biographical Sketches of 513 Confederate POWs. John F. Walter. (2003), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. Brief biographical sketches are devoted these Confederate POWs who are buried in Cypress Hills National Cemetery in Brooklyn and Queens Counties. W2452 - $24.50 A Grassroots History of the American Civil War, Vol. I: The Life and Times of Pvt. Ephraim Cooper One of Mr. Lincoln's First Volunteers. Richard J. Staats. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. Volume One focuses on the years from 1845 to June, 1861. The book is augmented with photos, notes, a bibliography, index and an appendix that contains rosters of the Franklin Rifles and Tyler Guards. S2373 - $25.00 A Grassroots History of the American Civil War, Vol. II: The Bully Seventh Ohio Volunteer Infantry. Richard J. Staats. (2003), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. First hand accounts of campaigns in Western Virginia, the Shenandoah Valley, the winter of 1861-1862, Winchester, Antietam, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Chattanooga, Ringgold, the Atlanta Campaign and the aftermath. Includes footnotes, bibliography and index. S2374 - $25.50 A Grassroots History of the American Civil War, Volume III: Captain Cotter's Battery. Richard J. Staats. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 270 pp. History of the war as told by citizens and soldiers from the Portage County, Ohio, area. S2237 - $30.00

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A Grassroots History of the American Civil War, Volume IV: The Life and Times of Colonel William Stedman of the 6th Ohio Cavalry. Richard J. Staats. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 428 pp. Stedman, president of the Western Anti-Slavery Society, fought in many cavalry battles on the eastern front, and at one time he commanded a brigade of Union Cavalry. He was also in the Ohio State Legislature. S2291 - $33.00 They Did Their Work Bravely: Civil War Generals Buried in Pennsylvania. David L. Callihan. (2004), 2006, 8½x11, paper, 140 pp. Brief biographical sketches are provided for the 44 full rank Union generals and 1 Confederate general buried in Pennsylvania. One or more photos are provided for each grave site, as well as a map of the cemetery or directions for finding each grave site. C2501 - $22.00 Brandy Station: A Battle Like None Other. Richard E. Crouch. 2002, 6x9, cloth, index, 296 pp. The story of the largest cavalry engagement ever fought on the American continent includes the experiences of large numbers of individual soldiers and civilians who witnessed, participated, and lived through that day. C9797 - $28.00

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Enlisted Men (the majority of the book). Entries are arranged alphabetically by surname and contain the full name, rank, place of death, date of death, cause of death, and next of kin complete with their residence. Entries for Enlisted Men additionally include the place and date of their enlistment or enrollment. G0996 - $72.00 Two Years in the Kindergarten Unit in France, 1919-1921: Glimpses into the Life of a Teacher. Rachel Clark Neumann. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 138 pp. The memoir of an intelligent, dedicated and patriotic woman. A captivating narrative history of war-torn Europe. N2160 - $12.95 To the Front and Back: A West Virginia Marine Fights World War I. Thomas Bryan McQuain. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 280 pp. Thomas McQuain survived some of the worst battles of the war before returning to Gilmer Co., West Virginia. He was an astute observer of both places and people, and his keen eye is reflected in his narrative. M3148 - $29.00 United States Catholic Chaplains in the World War. Army and Navy Chaplains Ordinariate. (1924), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 360 pp. These brief biographical sketches are presented in alphabetical order. Information includes date and place of birth, education, theological training, ordination date, military service, rank, post-war career and residence. Additionally, there is a historical sketch of Catholic chaplains in the early wars from 18981917; a necrology; a list of approved applicants; and lists of chaplains in reserve corps and serving in military and naval posts, public health and veteran hospitals after the war. A0801 - $37.50

Footsteps Across the Confederacy: Virginia, West Virginia and the Carolinas. Dave Comeau. (2005), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 364 pp. This captivating journal, written from the refreshing perspective of a Canadian with a passion for Civil War history, examines battlefields across Virginia, West Virginia, and the Carolinas. Maps, photos, a bibliography, and an index enhance the text. C0962 - $34.00

Footsteps Across the Confederacy: Missouri, Kentucky and Tennessee. Dave Comeau. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 302 pp. This captivating journal, written from the refreshing perspective of a Canadian with a passion for Civil War history, examines battlefields across Missouri, Kentucky, and Tennessee. Maps, photos, a bibliography, and an index enhance the text. C3583 - $30.50 The War of Confederate Captain Henry T. Owen. Kimberly Ayn Owen, Graham C. Owen and Michael M. Owen. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 291 pp. Henry T. Owen's story is told in his own words, but his experiences were common to thousands of men-both Confederate and Union. Many of the letters, documents, and other material published in this book are transcribed from original documents. O0969 - $30.00 Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska Civil War Veterans: Compilation of the Death Rolls of the Departments of Iowa, Kansas and Nebraska, Grand Army of the Republic, 1883-1948. Dennis Northcott. 2007, 8½x11, paper, 658 pp. Contains death records of more than 36,000 G.A.R. members, who served in regiments from 37 states and territories. N3442 - $30.00

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Iron Men, Wooden Boats. The Epic Story of American PT Boats in World War II. Howard F. West. 2005, 5½x8½, cloth, 540 pp. Naval combat narrative is the heart of this book: Guadalcanal, New Guinea, Bougainville, the Mediterranean sea, the English Channel, the Philippines - historic operations in which the PT boats would win fame, glory, and a place in history. Encyclopedic in scope, this is the definitive work on the history of PT boats. W2537 - $35.50 The Alabama Bomber Boys: Unlocking Memories of Alabamians Who Bombed the Third Reich. Donald E. Wilson. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 188 pp. This compelling account of Alabamians, who unlock their memories to relate their heroism and accomplishments in the frigid skies over Hitler's "fortress Europe," includes photographs and a list of Alabamians, their Bomb Groups, and British bomber bases. W4682 $21.00 Paddy: The Colorful Story of Colonel Harry A. "Paddy" Flint. Robert A. Anderson. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. World War II power players such as Generals Patton, Bradley, Eisenhower and others are involved in the story of Col. Harry A. "Paddy" Flint-a 1912 West Point graduate with extensive training and experience. A3645 - $30.00

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Officers and Enlisted Men of the United States Navy Who Lost Their Lives during the World War, From April 6, 1917 to November 11, 1918. Government Printing Office. (1920), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 2 vols., 812 pp. Records are grouped under Officers, Regular and Reserves; and

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The Other Side of War. Eugene Fazekas. 2005, 8½x11, paper, 154 pp. This is not a story of battles and heroism-fate stepped in more than once to keep "Fuzzy" Fazekas out of those situations while he was in the USN Hospital Corps during World War II, and as a reservist during the Korean War. The story also deals with a short period of his life after these wars. F2599 - $23.00 Fear Was Never An Option. Bob Cary. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 262 pp. The gripping, true story of some of the warriors of the Second Marine Division, who smashed the elite troops of the Japanese Empire between 1942 and 1945, and fired the first and the last shots of the ground offensive in the Pacific theater. Written by a Marine sergeant who survived the first four invasions and was training for the landing on mainland Japan when the war ended in 1945 C3227 - $24.00 On Boyington's Wing. The Wartime Journals of Black Sheep Squadron Fighter Ace. Lt. Col. Robert W. McClurg, with Leon Marketos. (2003), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 256 pp. McClurg's story in his own words, with excerpts from his wartime journals, accompanied by transcriptions of the actual combat reports from the National Archives. M4303 - $22.95 Hometown Heroes: Stories and Insights from World War II Veterans from Southeast Colorado. Donna McDonnall. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 134 pp. The author gathered the stories in this book from personal interviews with a selection of veterans living in Prowers County, Colorado. She compiled these recollections to honor those who served, and to give the reader a sense of what the veterans endured. M3837 - $20.00 Swabby: World War II Enlisted Sailors Tell It Like It Was. A Nation's Grateful Salute to the World War II Enlisted Sailor. Jack Haberstroh, Ph. D. (2003), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 716 pp. This volume is comprised of personal recollections from hundreds of World War II "Old Salts" who came from all corners of the United States to defend their country. These vivid personal memories put the reader on board with the telling of each funny incident or tragic experience relating to a shipmate or officer, the food or quarters. Hundreds of photographs and numerous delightful illustrations enhance the text. H2362 - $49.95 Swabby II: World War II Enlisted Sailors Tell It Like It Was. A Nation's Grateful Salute to the World War II Enlisted Sailor. Jack Haberstroh, Ph. D. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 666 pp. These vivid personal memories put the reader on board with the telling of each funny incident or tragic experience relating to a shipmate or officer, the food or quarters. Contains photos and illustrations. H3143 - $48.50 I Flew With Hell's Angels, Thirty-Six Combat Missions in a B-17 "Flying Fortress", 19441945. William Albertson. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. Bill Albertson skillfully combines official reports and photographs from the National Archives with his dad's memoirs, resulting in a tribute to the brave men of the 303rd. A3506 - $24.00

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World War II Fighter-Bomber Pilot, Valiant Multi-Mission Air War, What it Was Like, 3rd Edition. William B. Colgan. (1988), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 228 pp. William Colgan provides a vivid account of courageous fighter-bomber action on deadly low-altitude missions along with the detailed story and legacy of World War II fighter-bomber pilots and unit ground personnel. C4531 - $24.00 Men I Have Met In Bed. Lila Oliver Asher. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 224 pp. Autobiographical account of a U.S.O artist who traveled around the Eastern U. S. drawing sketches of soldiers too wounded to participate in the usual U.S.O. activities. Letters and narrative offer detailed, and often humorous, on-the-scene perspective of the times. A2045 - $23.00 Florida and World War II: A Personal Recollection. Jim Wiggins. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 206 pp. Florida was more immersed in World War II than any other state. Everyday life included squadrons flying practice maneuvers overhead and convoys on highways. Nazi sub attacks, prison camps, watch towers, scrap drives, and rationing are discussed. Includes a wealth of photographs. W4545 - $23.00 Victory Without Swords: The Story of Pat and Lily Okura, Japanese American Citizens in 1941 America. Robert B. Kugel, M. D. (2004), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 106 pp. This is the story of Pat and Lily Okura, and other Japanese American citizens who were caught up in the shameful circumstances following the declaration of war against Japan in 1941. The Okuras overcame prejudice and prospered. K3144 - $18.50 Stars And Swastikas: The Boy Who Wore Two Uniforms: Expanded Edition. Walter K. Schroder. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 230 pp. The author was born in Pawtucket, R.I., but when he was 9 his family moved back to Germany to escape the hardships of the Depression. At 15, he was drafted by the German army to man antiaircraft guns. In 1945, after becoming a British POW, Schroder's American citizenship was discovered, and he joined the U. S. Army as an interpreter for U. S. intelligence! S2055 - $25.00 From Pajarito to Lungchow: Memoirs of Photographic Reconnaissance Pilot Stanley A. Hardin. Dorothy Simpson. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 158 pp. Downed near enemy lines, a photographic reconnaissance pilot with an eye for detail describes tranquil beauty in China, fearing for survival of its courageous people. S2455 - $17.00 The Secret D-Day. Kenneth H Garn. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 284 pp. This is the story of a terrible tragedy that befell American soldiers and sailors just before D-Day in 1944. A convoy of LSTs (Landing Ship Tanks) was making a practice invasion on Slapton Sands in England when it was attacked by German E-boats. G2512 - $29.95 How to Stay Afloat Wearing Army Boots. William T. Melms. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 226 pp. In mid World War II Lieutenant William T. Melms was completely "at sea" when, due to a military goof-up he was given command of a 200 foot Army transport ship (later converted to an electronic surveillance vessel, and renamed the

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Pueblo). Humor abounds in this inside saga of the Army's Navy, warts and all. M2532 - $15.95 Women Airforce Service Pilots of World War II: The WASP. J. David Dameron. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 196 pp. Here, at last, is a comprehensive book that examines WASP history. This fascinating true-life story of American women in action during World War II is interlaced with an abundance of pertinent photographs and class rosters, all combined in a single, easily referenced volume. D2566 - $26.00

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Black Tuesday Over Namsi: A True History of the Epic Air Battle of the Korean War. Earl J. McGill, Lt. Col. UASF (ret.). 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 278 pp. Black Tuesday over Namsi chronicles the calamitous B-29 daylight-bombing mission flown by the 307th Bombardment Wing on 23 October 1951 against Namsi Airfield. Here, Lt. Col. McGill presents the facts and circumstances of the mission from first briefing to final landing. This thoroughly researched narrative history is enhanced by numerous photographs, a bibliography, and an index to full names, places and subjects. M4619 - $27.00

South Pacific Marine. Paul Nickerson. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 268 pp. This novel, based on historical fact, follows Gunnery Sgt. Rawlins and his squad from the war against imperial Japanese forces through the Korean War. Weapons, tactics, training, organization, and attitudes are accurately portrayed from both the American and the Japanese perspective. N5150 - $26.00 Vietnam

Headhunter One One: The Vietnam Memoir of a Recon/Observation Pilot, 219th Aviation Company. Vincent Capozzella. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 206 pp. This biography of Lieutenant Vincent Capozzella regarding his service in Vietnam (1965-66) as an Army pilot traces the build-up of U.S. forces, the desecration of enemy dead, the fallacy of the body count policy and failure of the ARVN. C4485 - $22.00 No Names, No Faces, No Pain: A Voice From Vietman. John Kildea. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 118 pp. In this riveting memoir of one operating room nurse's tour of duty in Vietnam between 1967 and 1968, conflicts abound between the author's sense of loyalty and his gut feeling that the war has somehow become a meaningless waste of life and limb. Readers will become totally immersed. K4142 - $16.50 Every Marine, 1968 Vietnam: A Battle for Go Noi Island. Robert Simonsen. (2005), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 494 pp. Few military memoirs are as powerful or moving as Every Marine-from the emergency formation of a Marine battalion at Camp Pendleton to the battlefields of Vietnam where they honed their war skills before joining the battle on Go Noi Island to engage the enemy on his own turf. S3351 - $40.00

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Delta Six, Soldier Surgeon. Richard L. Snider, M. D. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 241 pp. Dr. Snider brings to the surface the wide spectrum of human emotions experienced by those in war. Delta Six was written so that all can know and honor those lonely soldiers who suffered and died so far from home. S2384 - $23.00 Into the DMZ, A Battle History of Operation Hickory, May 1967, Vietnam. Mark A. Cauble. (2005), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 186 pp. Tells the little-known story of one of the most intense battles of the Vietnam War. The author introduces and concludes this book by examining the battle in context of the Vietnam War and the larger struggle between the West and Communism. Comprised from numerous eyewitness accounts, the battle narrative drops the reader into the thick of the action alongside the Marine riflemen. Academic research supported by military documentation provides details with maps, drawings and actual photographs from Operation Hickory. C3361 $25.00 Hooyah! UDT/Seal, Stories of the 1960s: Routine and Offbeat Exploits That Team Members Have Been Talking and Laughing About for Years. Some Are Humorous and Some Are Not. Second Edition. Richard G. "Nick" Nickelson. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 288 pp. Navy Seal Nick Nickelson relives brutal Hell Week that broke most men's spirits while strengthening others. Learn what SEALs go through and find out if you have what it takes. N4250 - $24.95 Shades of Daniel Boone, A Personal View of Special Ops and the War in Vietnam. Walter J. Jackson. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 172 pp. This is a book about Special Ops in Vietnam during the late 1960s. It is a portion of the Vietnam War as seen through the eyes of a Special Forces soldier assigned to B-50, 5th Special Forces Group (MacV, SOG). In a candid and engaging style, CSM Jackson gives examples of what missions were like and describes such things as the living conditions, equipment used, the methods, the men, the risks, the effectiveness of the operations, and his personal view of the war. J3228 - $22.50

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Gangway Regular Navy! Memoirs of Life and Humor in the United States Navy during the Cold War. Richard Merrell. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 218 pp. Covering the Cold War era from 1960-1980 with a strong focus on humor, Gangway, Regular Navy! is a historically and militarily accurate portrayal of world events during that time period M3283 - $25.00 Overboard! A Provocative History of the U.S.S. J.P. Kennedy, Jr. [DD-850]. Claire Branand. 1997, 6x9, cloth, 140 pp. Overboard! is not only a challenging documented history of the U.S.S. J.P. Kennedy, Jr., but is also a provocative narrative which provides details concerning a dramatic episode regarding a young woman who fell off the Kennedy in 1963. It tells of the ensuing lawsuit against the United States government and the results of the U.S Department of Justice investigation. B1600 - $15.00

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A Sort of Peace Corps: Wilfred Grenfell's Labrador Volunteers. Harry Toland. 2001, paper, index, 209 pp. The history of a medical mission founded in 1892 that strove for more than 80 years to serve the impoverished people of Labrador and northern Newfoundland. T1758 $21.50 The History Of The County Of Huntingdon [Canada] and of the Seigniories of Chateaugay and Beauharnois from Their First Settlement to the Year 1838. Robert Sellar. (1888), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, new index, 620 pp. Covers the complete history of this region dating back to 1673. S1929 - $44.00 Early New Brunswick (Canada) Probate Records, 1785-1835. R. Wallace Hale. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 566 pp. Detailed abstracts of all the extant probate records of New Brunswick. Gives residences, occupations, relationships, etc. H0240 - $44.50 A History of Newfoundland from the English, Colonial and Foreign Records. D. W. Prowse, Q. C. (1895), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 742 pp. From 1497 to the permanent settlement in Virginia and the landing of the Pilgrim fathers in 1620, Newfoundland was the only colony and the only possession in North America occupied and governed by Englishmen. This period of over a century is commonly overlooked by American historians. P2310 - $56.00 History Cape Negro and Blanche: Third Edition with Corrections. Joseph R. Ross. (?), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 258 pp. The book outlines early settlement and development of communities, churches, schools and commerce. Cemetery records and church information are recorded. Genealogical information is included for: Kings, Lyle, Obed, Reynolds, Smiths and Swains. R4455 - $26.00 Pictorians at Home and Abroad: Sketches of Professional Men and Women of Pictou County [Canada] - Its History and Institutions. Rev. J. P. MacPhie. (1914), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 298 pp. Lists of names and brief biographical sketches of significant figures augment many of these chapters. This text offers a rich source of names, dates, locations and statistics. In addition, numerous photographs, illustrations, a map of Pictou County, and a fullname plus subject index enhance this work. M4635 - $27.50 1901 Canadian Census Ontario, Essex South, Volume I & II. Kris Hewitt. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 478 & 330 pp. Compiled by Canadian Heritage and Genealogy Enterprises, this massive text includes extracts from the 1901 Canadian census. H1890 - $54.50 Old Quebec: The Fortress of New France. Gilbert Parker and Claude G. Bryan. (1903), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 486 pp. Covers early exploration, social and political progress, the trading companies, and Quebec in the 1800s. P0594 - $40.00

BAHAMAS

Early Settlers of the Bahamas and Colonists of North America. A. Talbot Bethell. (1937), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 238 pp. The history of the colonization of the Bahamas and the first royal Governor, Woodes Rogers, Esq., interwoven with the history of the United States. Information is provided on such diverse topics as: officers of the government; churches; schools; geology; freeing of slaves; graveyards and monuments; piracies, robberies, etc. B1249 - $23.00

CANADA

The Saint Lawrence [Canada]: Its Basin and Border-Lands. Samuel Edward Dawson. (1905) 2003, paper, index, 565 pp. A must for those interested in history and geography. Dawson relates the chief facts pertaining to the discovery and exploration of the northeastern part of the continent of North America. He begins with a geographical sketch of the area, followed by an introductory chapter, and a review of John Cabot's first two voyages. D2252 - $41.00 The Quiet Adventurers in Canada. Marion Turk. (1979, 1993), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 630 pp. The first Channel Islanders to set foot in the New World were probably fishermen who, searching for cod, found Canada. They established fisheries along all the Atlantic Canadian coast. The success of the fisheries required the Channel Islanders to settle there permanently, thus beginning many Canadian coastal settlements. Ms. Turk devotes a chapter to the contributions of Channel Islanders to the development of the Canadian Maritimes: Newfoundland, Labrador, Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Quebec, and Ontario. This reprint includes many corrections and additions sent to the author after the first publication in 1979. T0832 - $47.00

Cold War

Wooden Ships and Iron Men: The U.S. Navy's Ocean Minesweepers, 1953-1994. David Bruhn. (2006), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 416 pp. From 1953-1994, sixty-five U.S. Navy ocean minesweepers (MSOs) swept mines; searched the seafloor for downed aircraft, sunken ships, and lost munitions; carried out patrols and special tasks off strife-torn or hostile countries; and much more. B4325 - $37.50 A Pilgrim in Unholy Places. Thomas D. Phillips. (2004), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 254 pp. Mustang officer, Colonel Tom Phillips' 36-year military career encompassed the Cold War, the Cuban Crisis, Vietnam, the Gulf War, and BosniaHerzegovina. He led an isolated detachment through a terrorist raid, served during Operation Desert Storm, led troops into Bosnia, and much more. P3200 - $19.95

The Quiet Adventurers in North America (Canada). Marion G. Turk. (1983), 2007, 5½x8½, cloth, 748 pp. A genealogical dictionary that identifies thousands of known (or probable) Channel Island immigrants to America, and some of their descendants. New edition has six pages of corrections and additions. T4921 - $60.00

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The History of Stanstead County, Province of Quebec, With Sketches of More Than Five Hundred Families. B. F. Hubbard. (1874, 1988), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 402 pp. Genealogies of the pioneer families living between the mid 1700s and the late 1800s. H0123 - $30.00 Shipton, Quebec, Canada 1825 Census. Jay Mack Holbrook. 1976, 8½x11, paper, 15 pp. Shows about 20,000 residents of New England stock in some 57 English-speaking townships, including Shipton. H3307 - $5.00 Ascott, Quebec, Canada, 1825 Census. Jay Mack Holbrook. 1976, 8½x11, paper, 16 pp. Shows about 20,000 residents of New England stock in some 57 English-speaking townships, including Ascott (near Sherbrooke). H3308 - $5.00

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The Pirate Round: Early Eighteenth Century Maritime Navigation during The Golden Age of Piracy. Richard Rutherford-Moore. 2007, 6x9, paper, 128 pp. A detailed examination of the obscure and mysterious aspect of maritime navigation, 1690-1730. Pirates sailed the Persian Gulf and the Red Sea, and cruised off Africa and India. How did they find their way to all these faraway places? R3707 - $19.00 Blood Royal: Issue of the Kings and Queens of Medieval 1066-1399: The Normans and Plantagenets. T. Anna Leese. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 494 pp. Gives 4 generations of issue of each king and queen from 1066 to 1399. Genealogical data is given on 11 kings and their queens from William the Conqueror through Edward III. L0525 - $39.00 Lord Mayor's Court of London Depositions Relating to Americans, 1641-1736. Peter Wilson Coldham. 1980, 5½x8½, paper, index, 119 pp. Depositions providing unpublished information regarding American colonials or Englishmen having business interests in America. Extensive footnotes provide supplementary data. C9044 $10.00 Patronymica Cornu-Britannica; or, The Etymology of Cornish Surnames. Richard Stephen Charnock. (1870), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 176 pp. This dialect is most nearly allied to that of Bretagne and is now found only in the names of Cornish localities and in the surnames of many inhabitants of the county. C0566 - $16.00 Patronymica Britannica: A Dictionary of the Family Names of The United Kingdom. Mark Antony Lower. (1860), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 443 pp. Containing several thousand surnames; mainly English, but also Scots, Welsh and Irish; lays out the history and classification of family nomenclatures. L0456 - $34.50 List of Emigrant Ministers to America 16901811. Gerald Fothergill. (1904), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 65 pp. A list of approximately 1,200 prelates and teachers on whose behalf a warrant was issued, 1690-1811. Includes: date of birth, name of parents, and date of death, where known. F2153 - $17.00 Fragmenta Genealogica: Frederick Arthur Crisp. Reprint, 8½x11, paper, index. Volume 3 (1902), 93 pp. C0492 - $21.00 Volume 4. (1902), 98 pp. C0493 - $21.00 Volume 5. (1900), 151 pp. C0545 - $23.00 Volume 7. (1902), 180 pp. C0577 - $23.00 Volume 8. (1902), 162 pp. C0578 - $23.00 Volume 9. (1903), 148 pp. C0607 - $23.00 Volume 10. (1903), 166 pp. C0608 - $23.00 Volume 12. (1906), 154 pp. C0648 - $23.00 Volume 13. (1909), 158 pp. C0649 - $23.00

HERITAGE BOOKS

Visitation of England and Wales. Reprint, 8½x11, paper, index. Volume 8. (1900), 192 pp. H0359 - $33.50 Volume 9. (1901), 200 pp. H0404 - $33.50 Volume 11. (1903), 202 pp. H0435 - $34.50 Volume 12. (1904), 212 pp. H9436 - $40.00 Volume 13. (1905), 220 pp. H0476 - $35.00 Volume 14. (1906), 222 pp. H0477 - $35.00 Volume 15. (1908), 220 pp. H0519 - $37.50 Volume 16. (1909), 218 pp. H0520 - $39.00 Volume 17. (1911), 218 pp. H0556 - $35.00 Volume 18. (1914), 238 pp. H0557 - $42.00 Volume 19. (1917), 228 pp. H0591 - $42.00 Volume 20. (1919), 226 pp. H0592 - $37.00 Volume 21. (1921), 234 pp. H0593 - $37.00 Visitation of England and Wales: Notes. Joseph Jackson Howard and Frederick Arthur Crisp. Reprint, 8½x11, paper, index. The "Notes" series contain genealogical data on the older generations of the families discussed in the "Visitations" series, to which they are directly keyed. The bulk of the material in these volumes consists of documents, abstracts and other supporting material. Please see our website www.HeritageBooks.com for larger descriptions. Volume 1. (1896), 130 pp. H0622 - $27.00 Volume 2. (1897), 132 pp. H0623 - $27.00 Volume 3. (1898), 140 pp. H0668 - $28.50 Volume 4. (1902), 162 pp. H0669 - $28.50 Volume 5. (1903), 220 pp. H0702 - $34.00 Volume 6. (1906), 235 pp. H0703 - $34.00 Volume 11. (1915), 199 pp. H0825 - $31.00 Volume 14. (1921), 182 pp. H0876 - $39.00 A Register of the Scholars Admitted into Merchant Taylors' School, from A. D. 1562 to 1699. Charles J. Robinson. (1882), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 406 pp. Includes brief biographical information taken from Mr. Dugard's Register. R0736 - $32.00. The Plantagenet Roll Of The Blood Royal, Being a Complete Table Of All The Descendants Now Living Of Edward III, King of England: The Clarence Volume, Containing the Descendants of George, Duke of Clarence. The Marquis of Ruvigny and Raineval. (1905), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 712 pp. The author attempts to trace all the living descendants of King Edward III (1312-1377) and his consort Queen Philippa of Hainault (c1309-1369), and to show the number of descents which each descendant has. R1721 - $51.50

ENGLAND & GREAT BRITAIN

The Handy Book to English Genealogy, Third Edition. Rachael Mellen. (1986, 1987, 1990), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 248 pp. Describes the major resources for researching English ancestry in the United States and Great Britain. M3359 - $23.00 Atlas & Guide to London, 1896, with street index. Audrey Collins. (1896), 2005, 8½x11, paper, 48 pp. Contains statistical information and lists of places of interest, maps and a street index. C0097 - $15.00 English Surnames, their Sources and Significations: 6th edition. Charles Wareing Bardsley. (1898), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 612 pp. Comprehensive discussion of surname origins. chapters on patronymic surnames, locality derived surnames, surname, surnames from occupations, and nicknames. B3298 - $43.50 The General Armory of England, Scotland, Ireland, and Wales, Comprising a Registry of Armorial Bearings from the Earliest to the Present Time. Sir Bernard Burke, C.B., LL.D. (1878), 2007, 6x9, paper, 3 vols., 1324 pp. Covers some 60,000 coats-of-arms B0558 $95.00 The British Chronicles. David Hughes. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 680 pp. The fascinating story of British royalty unfolds in these pages, complete with genealogies that trace the royal line from the earliest kings of British mythology through the present monarch, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Gives new information, alternative theories, and new commentary on old topics. H3301 - $94.00 Town and County Government in the English Colonies of North America. Edward Channing, Ph.D. (1884), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 58 pp. This Toppan Prize Essay for 1883, which was awarded by Harvard University, examines the economic conditions of the colonies, local government in the mother-country, ecclesiastical systems, land systems; plus local governments in Massachusetts and Virginia. C4268 - $13.00 Jolly Old England. Armand Francis Lucier. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, index, 286 pp. A collection of news items, stories, commentaries and depositions that were published under English datelines 1720-1730. L0384 - $26.50

The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal: The Isabel of Essex Volume. The Marquis of Ruvigny and Ranieval. (1908) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 685 pp. Part of a major series; the present volume treats the descendants of King Edward IV's sister Isabel, Countess of Essex and Eu. R1821 - $48.00 The Plantagenet Roll of the Blood Royal: The Mortimer-Percy Volume. The Marquis of Ruvigny and Ranieval. (1911), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 637 pp. The present volume treats the descendants of Lady Elizabeth Mortimer, wife first of Henry, Lord Percy, K.G., called "Hotspur," and secondly, of Thomas, Lord Camoys, K. G. R1872 - $46.50

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The Plantagenet Roll Of The Blood Royal, Being A Complete Table Of All The Descendants Now Living Of Edward III, King Of England: The Anne Of Exeter Volume. The Marquis of Ruvigny & Raineval. (1907) reprint, 2 vols., full name index, paper, 828 pp. Over 300 peers are descended from Anne (Plantagenet), Duchess of Exeter. The lines from Duchess Anne are traced out in a series of Tables until the mid19th century; then, in the body of the book the descendants of the various persons last named in the Tables are set out in the order of primogeniture. The full dates of birth, marriage and death are given. R1771 - $58.50 Wills of the County of Essex [England], Volume 1, 1558-1565. F. G. Emmison. (1983), 1993, cloth, 369 pp. Records of the Archdeaconry of Essex, Archdeaconry of Colchester, and the Archdeconry of Middlesex (Essex Division) found in the Essex Record Office. E0051 - $35.00 English Men Of Action: William Dampier. W. Clark Russell. (1889) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 194 pp. A biography of a famous pirate, buccaneer, and adventurer who was born in 1652. A thorough and engaging look at a complex man of England during the 17th and 18th centuries. R2311 - $20.50

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Portraits of the English, Volume V: Working Lives. Audrey Collins. (1999), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 60 pp. The selections from Heads of the People reproduced in this volume provide a fascinating view of working class life during the early years of Queen Victoria's reign. A postman, a linen-draper's assistant, a factory child, an undertaker, and an auctioneer are presented. Illustrated C0094 - $6.50 Portraits of the English, Volume VI: Country Lives. Audrey Collins. (1999), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 56 pp. The selections from Heads of the People reproduced in this volume provide a fascinating view of the changes taking place in society. Most of the English population still consisted of country-dwellers, rather than towndwellers, at the time these chapters were written. Illustrated. C0095 - $6.50

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Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration: A British Government Redemptioner Project to Manufacture Naval Stores. Walter Allen Knittle. (1937), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 340 pp. Describes the 1709 immigration of Germans to England, and then the American Colonies; they settled primarily in N.Y., Pa., and N.C. Lists about 12,000 names. K1977 - $28.50 German Immigration to America: The First Wave. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1993), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 354 pp. This volume contains: The German Exodus to England in 1709 by Frank Reid Diffenderffer, and The German Emigration to America, 1709-1740 by Henry Eyster Jacobs. These works examine the history of German immigration and settlement in America. T0797 $31.00 German-Americana: A Bibliography. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1975), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 398 pp. Since its original publication in 1975, this book has become a standard reference to material published on German-American history. This selective bibliography lists over 5,300 sources (books, pamphlets, government publications, newspapers, periodical articles, dissertations, records, photo albums, and materials in other formats). T0120 $30.50

GERMANY

Germans to America and the Hamburg Passenger Lists: Coordinated Schedules. Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G., Kathryn Boeckel, Caren Winters. (2005), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 168 pp. Arrival and departure records from two of the best German immigration sources available today. This large-format book is arranged in tables and contains complete instructions for use. M3650 $32.00 Genealogical Guide to Tracing Ancestors in Germany. Margaret Krug Palen. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 172 pp. A basic preparation guide for research in German records. P0280 - $22.50 The First Germans in America: With a Biographical Directory of New York Germans. Don H. Tolzmann. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. For this work, Dr. Tolzmann chose to collect, into one volume, material originally published in the early 1900's which identifies and provides information on these pre1683 German settlers. Chapter 1 by Otto Lohr (1912) identifies who the first Germans were in all the colonies and refers to the most prominent individuals. Chapter 2 by Herman Schuricht (1898) provides detail on the first Germans in Virginia--who they were and their trades. Chapter 3 by John O. Evjen (1916) reveals that close to half the population of the New York settlement was German; this chapter includes a biographical directory of New York settlers, giving the names and background of a substantial number of them. T3547 - $18.00 The Story of the Palatines. Sanford H. Cobb. (1897), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. Covers the Palatinate communities along the Rhine River in Germany, and their great exodus to the American colonies in the early 1700s. C0144 $29.00 Across the Atlantic and Beyond: The Migration of German and Swiss Immigrants to America. Charles R. Haller. (1993), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 324 pp. Discusses several aspects of life of the German and Swiss immigrants to America: the mechanics of name changes; the world in which Europeans lived and the circumstances that led them to migrate; the rapid spread of Protestantism; the rise in literacy, etc. H0697 - $35.00

History, Gazetteer, and Directory of Shropshire, England. Samuel Bagshaw. (1851), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 715 pp. An alphabetical arrangement of the parishes in their respective Hundreds, and of the towns, townships, and villages. B0272 - $49.50 Portraits of the English, Volume I: Parish Characters. Audrey Collins. (1999), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 60 pp. Heads of the People was published in 1840 as a two-volume set, edited by Douglas Jerrold, who also contributed several chapters. This volume contains extracts from that work. A number of the contributors, including Jerrold, were liberal or radical journalists who went on to write for Punch, which was established in the following year. Volume I engages the reader with characterizations the beadle of the parish, the pew-opener, the country schoolmaster, the parish clerk, and the English pauper. C0090 - $6.50 Portraits of the English, Volume II: Law and Order. Audrey Collins. (1999), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 60 pp. Continues the series. Volume II engages the reader with characterizations of the policeman, the exciseman, the common informer, the judge, and the hangman. C0001 - $6.50 Portraits of the English, Volume III: In Sickness And In Health. Audrey Collins. (1999), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 60 pp. Continues the series. Volume III engages the reader with characterizations of the apothecary, the fashionable physician, the medical student, the monthly nurse, and the quack doctor. C0002 - $6.50 Portraits of the English, Volume IV: The Army and The Navy. Audrey Collins. (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 56 pp. The selections from Heads of the People reproduced in this volume provide a fascinating view of the lives of British military men in early Victorian England. The Napoleonic Wars were still within living memory at the time that these chapters were written. C0093 - $6.50

German-American Achievements: 400 Years of Contributions to America. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (2001), 2010 5½x8½ paper, fullname index, 159 pp. This is a concise survey of the role that America's largest ethnic group, the GermanAmericans, has played in American history from the 17th century to the present. T1993 - $18.50 Friedrichstal Church Records, 1698-1812. Cathryn S. Dippo. (1999), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 438 pp. This two-part work is a compilation of Friedrichstal's early church records. Book I covers 1698-1747 and Book II covers 1747-1812. The records consist of births, deaths, marriages and confirmations. D1190 - $61.00 Welschneureut Church Records, Welschneureut, Germany, 1700-1809. Cathryn S. Dippo. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, 198 pp. This volume is designed as a companion to Friedrichstal Church Records 1698-1812. Contains transcribed records for births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths from microfilm in the original French and German languages. A fullname index augments the records. D2447 - $26.00

IRELAND

Tartans for the Irish!: Suggested Tartans for Irish and Ulster Scots Names. Philip D. Smith, Jr. 2006, 8½x11, paper, spiral binding, alpha., 90 pp. A brief examination of the history of the tartan in Ireland and Irish names precede the "Tartan-Name" list. Surnames are arranged alphabetically, providing quick reference to the right tartan for you. One or more tartans are suggested for each surname. A map of Irish districts augments the text. S3590 - $20.00

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The Irish Scots and The Scotch-Irish. John C. Linehan. (1902), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 138 pp. A history of the Scots in Ulster & America with lists of settlers in each. L0788 - $16.50

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to so many people are acknowledged in this wideranging volume. C8856 - $22.00 Scotch Irish Pioneers in Ulster and America. Charles Knowles Bolton. (1910), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 412 pp. Covers the conditions in Ulster which prompted the immigration of the Scotch-Irish to the New World about 1718, and their various settlements. Concerns their settlements in Maine, N.H., Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and S.C. B0235 - $31.50 Overlooking the River Mourne: Four Centuries of Family Farms in Edymore and Cavanalee in County Tyrone. Michael Cox. 2006, 7x9½, paper, 157 pp. This study of the farms and farming families,on two thousand acres of hilly terrain in two adjacent townlands, Edymore and Cavanlee, south-east of Strabane overlooking the river Mourne, is a model in local studies. The story is based on research in one of the greatest collections of estate records in Britain or Ireland, the Abercorn Papers in the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland. C8844 - $25.00 Feis na nGleann: A Century of Gaelic Culture in the Antrim Glens. Eamon Phoenix, Padraic O Cleireachain, Eileen McAu. 2005, 8x10½, cloth, 192 pp. This book traces the origins of Feis na nGleann in that 'crease in time' between Parnell and the 1916 Rising. In a series of scholarly chapters, experts profile the historic founders of the Feis and record the history of Irish in the district. There are special sections on the traditional arts and crafts fostered by the Feis, the once famous Glens toy-making industry, the role of hurling and the rich literary legacy of the Feiseanna. P8849 - $30.00 History of the Irish Settlers in North America from the Earliest Period to the Census of 1850. Thomas D'Arcy McGee. (1851), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 188 pp. Covers the early explorations of North America, the settlements of the Irish, their role in the American Revolution and the early Federal Period, the famines of 1846-48 and the Irish in Mexico and South America. M0212 - $20.00 The Huguenot Settlements in Ireland. Grace Lawless Lee. (1936), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 294 pp. The flight of French Protestants, or Huguenots, to England and Ireland occurred in four waves that spanned three centuries and coincided with significant episodes of religious persecution. L2005 - $28.00 Irish Wills and Testaments in Great Britain 1600-1700. David Dobson. (1996), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 20 pp. These wills or testaments were probated with the Perogative Court of Canterbury in England or confirmed by the Commisary Courts of Scotland, generally that of Edinburgh. D0055 - $4.50 A Hidden Phase of American History: Ireland's Part in America's Struggle for Liberty. Michael J. O'Brien. (1919) reprint, indices, 533 pp. The role of Ireland and Irish Americans in the American Revolution; discusses Irish immigrations to Pa., N.Y., Va., N.C., S.C., and Ga. O1095 $42.50

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The Irish And Anglo-Irish Landed Gentry, When Cromwell Came to Ireland; or, A Supplement to Irish Pedigrees. John O'Hart. (1884) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 774 pp. Contains detailed family histories for Allens, Arundells, Butlers, Crawfords, Fitzpatricks, Gladstones, Harts, O'Briens, O'Rourkes, O'Tooles, Parsons, Sweneys, Warrens and many others. O1927 - $54.00

Irish Pedigrees; or, The Origin and Stem of The Irish Nation. John O'Hart. (1892) reprint, 4 vols., original surname and subject indices, paper, 1,844 pp. Volume I is comprised of the genealogies of the families which branched from that ancient stem; together with the territories possessed by the ancient Irish families in the twelfth century; a Chapter on the 'English Invasion,' and another on the 'Cromwellian Devastation' of Ireland. Volume II is devoted to families in Ireland from the 11th to the end of the 16th century with their counties of residence; Anglo-Irish and other genealogies; and sections on the Huguenots, the Palatines, and the Ulster Plantation. O1953 - $119.00

The Scotch-Irish in Northern Ireland and the American Colonies. Maude Glasgow, M.D. (1936), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 346 pp. A good general history. G0945 - $30.50 From Ulster to America:The Scotch-Irish Heritage of American English. Michael Montgomery. 2006, 6x8½, paper, 210 pp. Over the last 350 years, Ireland has sent a constant stream of emigrants to North America. This book recounts the lasting impact they made on the development of the English language of the United States from the eighteenth century to the present day. It documents nearly four hundred terms and meanings, each with quotations from both sides of the Atlantic, that were contributed to American English by these eighteenth-century settlers from Ulster. M8861 - $30.00 Irish Libraries: Archives, Museums & Genealogical Centres. Robert K O'Neill. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 445 pp. This important reference volume introduces readers and researchers to the treasury of printed and manuscript resources available in Irish libraries, archives and genealogical centres. O8828 - $20.00 (Cloth version O8830 $40.00)

Marriages in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Tuam, Ireland, 1821-1829. Helen M. Murphy and James R. Reilly, C.G.R.S.. (1993), 2010. 8½x11, paper, index, 202 pp. "The diocese of Tuam encompasses the southern part of Co. Mayo, the northern area of Co. Galway and two civil parishes along the western border of Co. Roscommon." These Irish marriage records (almost four thousand) are organized in three different sections by groom, bride, and parish. Entries in the groom's section cover the full name of the groom, full name of the bride, marriage date, place(city), and the witnesses' names. The index of brides gives her full name and the name of the groom. The parish index lists of men's names only, alphabetically by parish. "Among the restrictions imposed by the English government in an effort to eradicate the Catholic faith in Ireland, was the law of 1709 that forbade the keeping of Catholic sacramental registers of baptism and marriage. This collection is a unique treasure among the few extant Catholic registers." M3812 - $28.00

Tombstones of Ireland: Counties Down and Roscommon. Joanne C. Fisher Schmidt. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 118 pp. Selected inscriptions. S1685 - $17.00 Official Varieties and Synonymes of Surnames and Christian Names in Irelandfor the Guidance of Registration Officers and the Public in Searching the Indexes of Births, Deaths, and Marriages. Robert E. Matheson. (1901), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 94 pp. A basic explanation of name usage. M0301 - $14.00 A Tour of the Causeway Coast. Cahal Dallat. (1990) 2004, 8½x7, paper, 92 pp. A tour of the Causeway Coast is a rich and varied collection of historic photographs taken at the beginning of last century by W. A. Green. They cover the area from Ballycastle to Portrush and Portstewart, which has attracted visitors over the years, to take in the beauty of the Giant's Causeway, the beaches at White Park Bay and Portballintrae, and the many places of interest such as the ancient castle at Dunluce and the challenge of the rope bridge at Carrick-a-rede.Cahal Dallat, the accomplished county Antrim historian, author, genealogist and teacher, brings the photographs to life by sharing his knowledge of the area, its folk lore and its people. D7239 - $20.00 1916 Ireland's Easter Rising, Shots that Cracked an Empire: A Compendium of People, Places and Events. Frederick G. Fierch. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. This comprehensive guide to Ireland's 1916 Easter Rising, and its repercussions, includes: narratives, photographs, maps, biographies, gravesites, bibliographical information, book reviews and other caveats. F4487 - $21.00

The Important Role of the Irish in the American Revolution. Phillip Thomas Tucker. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 140 pp. This book focuses on the key roles played by the Irish in some of the most important and decisive battles of the American Revolution in both the northern and southern theaters. Rare, never-before-published primary source material has been incorporated into the work. T5018 - $19.50 Industry, Trade and People in Ireland, 16501950: Essays in honour of W H Crawford. Brenda Collins, Philip Ollerenshaw, Trevor Parkhill. 2006, 6x9½, cloth, 290 pp. Bill Crawford had played a key role in the development of Irish economic, social and regional history for over forty years. The essays in this book are testimony to his many spheres of influence - as teacher, archivist, curator, researcher and writer and focus on the themes in which Bill himself has been most interested: the relations between town and countryside, the linen industry and trade, land and population. His innovative use of historical sources, extensive scholarship, many publications and the enthusiasm for research which he imparts

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Clans and Families of Ireland and Scotland: An Ethnography of the Gael, A. D.500-1750. C. Thomas Cairney. (1989), 2006, 6x9, paper, surname index, 220 pp. A scholarly, but readable, presentation of the origins and history of more than 1,000 Irish and Scottish families. C0070 - $19.00

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Naturalizations of Mexican Americans: Extracts,. John P. Schmal. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, Contains extracts from naturalization documents filed by Mexican immigrants between 1860 and 1930. Includes date and place of birth, last foreign residence, names of spouse and children, date and place of marriage, port of entry and district court where the documents were filed. Volume 1, 352 pp. 311 naturalization documents. S3800 - $34.00 Volume 2, 400 pp. 371 naturalization documents. S3803 - $37.50 Volume 3, 344 pp. 313 naturalization documents. S4113 - $34.00 Volume 4, 314 pp. 265 naturalization documents. S4283 - $29.00

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In Search of Hamish McBagpipes: A Concise Guide to Scottish Genealogy. Douglas Bruce Goldie. (1992) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 116 pp. How-to guide designed for people who want to learn more of their Scottish family history, but have been confused or intimidated by other instruction manuals. G0597 - $16.00 The Book of Crests of Scottish-American Clans. Mike McLaren. (1990), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 274 pp. Covers both Scottish and ScottishAmerican crests, and depicts both ancient and modern crests of Scottish clans; 250 crests are beautifully drawn with clan name, blazon, and motto. M0401 - $30.00 Scottish Land-Names: Their Origin and Meaning. Sir Herbert Maxwell. (1894), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. Presents six highly informative lectures which provide a thorough understanding of Scottish place-names and the people, language, geography and history which produced them. M0887 - $23.00

JAMAICA

Jamaican Ancestry: How To Find Out More, Revised Edition. Madeleine E. Mitchell. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 246 pp. Hints and details on what's available and where. This updated edition guides the reader to new resources, particularly on the internet, where there are numerous sources of family history, as well as books and other materials not referred to previously. M4282 - $24.50 Selected Vital Records from the Jamaican Daily Gleaner: Life on the Island of Jamaica as seen through Newspaper Extracts, 1865-1915. Madeleine E. Mitchell. 2007, 6x9, paper, index, 584 pp. There is a bias towards St. Ann Parish and Brown's Town in Jamaica, but all island events are included. Overall life on the island is reflected in the pieces extracted. M4497 - $44.00 Selected Vital Records from the Jamaican Daily Gleaner: Life on the Island of Jamaica as seen through Newspaper Extracts, 1916-1939. Madeleine E. Mitchell. 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 584 pp. M4583 - $44.00

NORWAY

A History of Norwegian Immigration to the United States. George T. Flom, Ph.D. (1909, 1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, new index, 428 pp. The author presents the progress of immigration from Norway to this country from the earliest beginning up to the year 1848. Immigration from Norway resulted in the founding of settlements in New York, Illinois, Wisconsin, and Iowa successively. The causes of emigration, the growth of the movement, and the part in it that each district or province in Norway has played is treated fully by the author. The leaders from each district in Norway and the founders of the settlements here in the United States are named and in many cases, sketches are given of their lives. F0675 - $35.00

JEWISH

Shtetl Finder Gazetteer: Jewish Communities in the 19th and Early 20th Centuries in the Pale of Settlement of Russia and Poland, and in Lithuania, Latvia, Galicia, and Bukovina, with Names of Residents. Chester G. Cohen. (1980), 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 154 pp. Lists over 2,000 Jewish communities in eastern Europe, giving locations and lists the names of some Jews known to have lived in each community. C0248 $25.00

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Scandinavian-American Genealogical Resources. Dr. Charles Dickson. (2001), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 68 pp. This is a MUST for the genealogist researching his or her Scandinavian ancestors in the USA and Europe. Dr. Dickson has identified numerous sources of family records for each of the 5 distinct Nordic groups--the Danes, Finns, Icelanders, Norwegians and Swedes. National repositories, local libraries, and regional historical societies are all listed, including contact information and suggestions on how best to utilize the materials available at each site. A selective bibliography of books pertaining to Scandinavian culture and history is also included to suggest further avenues for research. D1810 - $15.00

The Jewish Names by Georges Massoutie, Second Edition. Translated from the French by Robert Neu. (1925), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 20 pp. N4359 - $5.00 Living in Fear on the Aryan Side. Halina Zawadzka. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 238 pp. This poignant and unique autobiography paints the dramatic picture of a young Jewish girl's fight for survival, and her miraculous salvation from the Nazi terror in Poland during World War II. Z2488 - $23.50 Americans of Jewish Descent. Malcolm H. Stern. (1958), 1978, 3rd printing, paper, 11 pp. Documented study explores the backgrounds of the Ashkenazim and Separdim who immigrated to the American continent. S0010 - $4.50

An Inquiry into the Genealogy and Present State of Ancient Scottish Surnames;With the Origin and Descent of Highland Clans, and Family of Buchanan. William Buchanan. (1820, 1994), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 362 pp. Buchanan's primary purpose in writing the book was to present the history of his own family of Buchanan; his "A Historical and Genealogical Essay upon the Family and Surname of Buchanan" comprises over half the book. But he did as well provide histories of the following clans: MacDonald, MacDougal, MacNeil, MacLean, MacLeod, MacIntosh, MacPherson, Robertson, MacFarlane, Cameron, MacNauchtan, MacGregor, Colquhoun, Lamont, and MacAulay. He also included a transcription of the "Genealogies of the Chieff Clans of the Iles. A full-name index enhances this fascinating look at Scottish history from its earliest period until the mid-1600s as seen through the development of family names. B0997 $31.50

Clans and Families of Ireland and Scotland: An Ethnography of the Gael, A. D.500-1750. C. Thomas Cairney. (1989), 2004, 6x9, paper, surname index, 220 pp. A scholarly, but readable, presentation of the origins and history of more than 1,000 Irish and Scottish families. C0070 - $19.00 The Adventures of Peter Williamson. Frances McDonnell. (1994), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 32 pp. A true story of a boy abducted and sold as a slave in the American Plantations. M0052 - $4.50 Who Were Those Celts? The German ­ French ­ Swiss ­ Italian ­ Scottish ­ Welsh ­ English ­ Irish ­ American Connection. Kevin Duffy. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. This concise 3,000-year history of the Celts is packed with facts never before assembled together in a single volume. Much of this information cannot be found even in previous books written about the Celts. With its succinct style and a minimum of jargon, this work is intended to appeal to a general readership. Its original presentation and the gems it contains make it a timeless reference work, different from any other book on the Celts. D0505 - $24.00

MEXICAN

Mexican-American Genealogical Research: Following the Paper Trail to Mexico. John Schmal and Donna Morales. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. This guide provides the everyday American with suggestions for tracing Mexican ancestors. S2139 - $21.00

The Swedish Settlements on the Delaware: Their History and Relation to the Indians, Dutch, and English, 1638-1664. Amandus Johnson. (1911), 2000, paper, illus., maps, 2 vols. 880 pp. This fascinating encyclopedic work is the most comprehensive study of Swedish settlement in America. Appendices include: Brief Biographies; Lists of Officers, Soldiers, Servants and Settlers in New Sweden, 1638-1656; Documents and Translations of Documents; and The Expeditions Prepared for New Sweden, 16471656. J1306 - $82.00

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Historical and Traditional Sketches of Highland Families and of The Highlands. John Maclean. (1895) reprint, index, 191 pp. These stories paint a picture of a Scotland in the 1600s and 1700s in whichruthlessness abounded. M0809 - $19.00

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Scottish Schoolmasters of the Seventeenth Century. David Dobson. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 40 pp. A directory of Scottish Schoolmasters between 1600 and 1700, part one. Includes spouse, type of instructor, and location and name of school. D0049 - $6.00 Mariners of Kirkcaldy, St. Andrews, and Fife, 1600-1800. David Dobson. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 110 pp. This booklet brings together information on the mariners of Kirkaldy and district largely to be found in documentary sources held in the Scottish Record Office, and is based on original research undertaken in Edinburgh and St. Andrews. D0047 - $14.00 The Greening Peerage of Scotland: A Genealogical and Historical Account of All the Peers of That Ancient Kingdom; Their Descents, Collateral Branches, Births, Marriages, and Issue. Together With a Like Account of All the Attained Peers; And a Complete Alphabetical List of Those Nobles of Scotland, Whose Titles Are Extinct. Collected From Parliament Rolls, Records, Family Documents, And the Personal Information of Many Noble Peers. Also the Paternal Coats of Arms, Crests, Supporters, and Mottoes, Most Elegantly Engraved. (1767), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 392 pp. Over 120 different titles are presented A history of the family's lineage as it pertains to the title is given for each of the entries. 96 intricately drawn coats of arms are included. P0289 - $31.00 Some Old Families: A Contribution to the Genealogical History of Scotland, with an Appendix of Illustrative Documents. H. B. McCall. (1890), 2000, 8½x11, paper, index, c354 pp. This important work of Scottish genealogy was originally published in 1890. The text is divided into eleven chapters, detailing the ancestry of eleven venerable Scottish families: Allan, Dalrymple of Waterside, Halkerston of Halkerston Beath, Hardy, Liston, McCall, Orr, Ranken of Colden, Scott of Thirlestane, Wilkie of Rathobyres and Young. For each family, the author presents a plethora of information including illustrative documents, sixteen pedigree sheets, portraits, illustrations of seals and coat of arms, traditions, anecdotes, tombstone inscriptions and extensive biographical material. M1590 - $53.00 A Directory of Scots in Australia 1788-1900. David Dobson. 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 47 pp. By the 1830's Australia was receiving a steady flow of migrants from Scotland, and by the end of the century Australia and New Zealand rivaled the United States and Canada as destinations for Scottish emigrants. D0033 - $13.50

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The Scottish Nation Volume T-Z and Supplement. William Anderson. (1876), reprint, 8½x11, paper, 193 pp. This series embraces a wide range of people. There is a complete account of the surnames, titles, baronies, and general biographies of Scotland. It is richly decorated with autographs, seals, genealogical and titular tables as well as an abundance of illustrations and portraits, all taken from authentic sources. A0381 - $29.50 Scottish Monuments and Tombstones, Volume 1. Charles Rogers, LL. D. (1871), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 552 pp. Counties covered include: Ayrshire, Berwickshire, Dumfriesshire, Edinburghshire, Haddingtonshire, Kirkcudbrightshire, Lanarkshire, Linlithgowshire, Peeblesshire, Renfrewshire, Roxburghshire, Selkirkshire and Wigtonshire. The tombstones dealt with in this work date from the 13th century. R0684 - $42.00 Scottish Monuments and Tombstones, Volume 2. Charles Rogers, LL. D. (1872), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 452 pp. Presents information from an additional 250 parishes grouped by county. R0685 - $36.00 Scottish Catholic Parents and Their Children, 1701-1705. Frances McDonnell. Index, 44 pp. An annual survey of parishes done by the Commissioners of the General Assembly or the parish ministers. M0054 - $6.50 As God Is My Witness. Brian J. Orr. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 420 pp. A gripping account of the history of the Scottish Covenanters, this original work contains vivid descriptions of events and biographical sketches of the people central to this Presbyterian movement during the 17th century. Fourteen appendices include a list of hundreds of settlers and ministers in Ulster and over 1,000 Covenanter martyrs who were executed, imprisoned and banished. O2114 $36.00 The Scots Overseas: Emigrants and Adventurers. David Dobson. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, alpha., 312 pp. Covers the areas of Aberdeen and North East Scotland; Fife, Moray and Banff; Angus and Perth; Southern Scotland, Glasgow and the West of Scotland; Orkney and Shetland, The Lothians, and the Northern Highlands. Originally published in multiple parts. D9589 - $23.00 Origin And Signification Of Scottish Surnames With A Vocabulary Of Christian Names. Clifford Stanley Sims. (1862), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 122 pp. It is hard to imagine life without surnames, but surnames were a rarity before the 11th century. A separate section is devoted to Christian names, alphabetically listed, with brief meanings provided. S1618 - $15.00

Highland Papers: Vol. II. MacPhail. (1916) reprint, paper, index, 375 pp. The genealogy of the surname of M'Kenzie since their coming into Scotland; the genealogy of the Campbells; material relating to the lands of Glassarie and their early possessors. Dates: 1240-1672; documents relating to the massacre at Dunavertie; papers relating to the estates of the Chisholm and the Earl of Seaforth forfeited in 1716. M0043 - $25.00 Highland Papers - Volume III. J. R. N. MacPhail, K. C. (1920), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 346 pp. Some of the original material and recorded tradition of Highland history. M0186 $34.00 Highland Papers: Volume IV. J. R. N. MacPhail. (1934), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 290 pp. A selection of Donald Gregory's material and documents from other sources comprise this volume. Numerous writs (1334-1632) of the Campbells. M0220 - $31.00 An Historical Account of the Settlements of Scotch Highlanders In America Prior to the Peace of 1783 Together with Notices of Highland Regiments and Biographical Sketches. J. P. MacLean. (1900), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 478 pp. This detailed tome opens with a brief history of the Highlanders in Scotland, followed by an account of Highlanders in the Colonies. Other topics include settlement in N.C., and Ga., Captain Campbell's N.Y. Colony, settlement on the Mohawk, Prince Edward Island and Pictou (Nova Scotia). M1742 - $35.00

Ulster Scots and Blandford [Massachusetts] Scouts. Sumner Gilbert Wood. (1928, 1997), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 464 pp. Begins with several chapters describing how English persecution prompted a migration of impoverished Scotch-Presbyterians in the early 17th century. This hardy breed left their highland homes for the counties of Northern Ireland, where they became known as the Ulster Scots. In 1718 the continued longing for economic prosperity and religious freedom instigated another great wave of ScotchPresbyterian migration--this time from Ulster to the colonies of New England. In the next sixty years, Scotch-Presbyterians established nearly one hundred new settlements. This book touches on the origins of all of these colonial towns and on Blandford, Mass., in particular. W0632 - $36.00

Scottish Whalers. David Dobson. (1995, 1996), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 80 pp. Originally published as three books, this deals with Scottish whalers before 1800, Scots in the Arctic, Tales of Whalers, and Whalers of Dundee, 1750 to 1850. D0046 $14.00 Scottish Goldsmiths, 1600 - 1800. David Dobson. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 49 pp. Taken from a variety of Scottish archives, libraries and publications the entries may name parents, apprenticeship and location. D0056 - $7.50

A Layman's Guide to the Scottish Reformation. Brian J. Orr. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 594 pp. The Guide deals with the events of the Protestant Reformation in Scotland (15301690) and the subsequent trials and tribulations of the nascent Presbyterian Church. O3188 - $45.00

Scottish Seafarers 1800-1830. David Dobson. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 33 pp. This booklet lists all those mariners for whom an inventory or the confirmation of a testament has been recorded with either a Commissary Court or with a Sheriff Court and is now held by the Scottish Record Office. D0057 - $6.00

Tartan For Me! Suggested Tartans for Scottish, Scotch-Irish, Irish, and North American Surnames with Lists of Clan, Family, and District Tartans. Expanded Eighth Edition. Philip D. Smith, Jr. (2005), 2010, 8½x11, paper, 218 pp. Thousands of Scottish, Cornish, Welsh, Manx, Irish, and non-Celtic surnames have been added. Over 3,200 Irish and over 1,000 new surnames are included in this edition; as well as a map of Irish Districts. S3318 - $28.00

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The Gazetteer of Scotland. Rev. John Wilson. (1882), 2002, 5½x8½, cloth, alpha., 478 pp. Covers every town and village in the country, of any importance. W9007 - $25.00

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Mariners of Aberdeen and Northern Scotland, 1600-1800. David Dobson. (1993), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 90 pp. Lists of seafarers, primarily ship captains, from records in the Scottish Record Office and numerous publications. D0042 - $14.00 Mariners of Angus, 1600-1800. David Dobson. (1992, 1993, 1995), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 120 pp. Based mainly on original research in Edinburgh, Dundee and Montrose. D0045 - $15.00 History of the Counties of Ayr & Wigton [Scotland]: Vol. 2: Carrick. James Paterson. (1864), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, c488 pp. P1743 - $36.50 History of the Counties of Ayr & Wigton [Scotland]: Vol. 3: Cunninghame. James Paterson. (1866), 2002, paper, index, 2 vols., 612 pp. P1791 - $44.50 The Burgess Rolls of Banff and Elgin [Scotland]. Frances McDonnell. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 52 pp. Consists mainly of honorary burgesses, compiled from the Burgh and Court Books, tavern and other bills. M0051 - $7.50 The Mariners of the Clyde and Western Scotland 1600-1800. David Dobson. (1994), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 64 pp. This resource lists mariners and provides such information as rank, spouse, ship, and departure and arrival dates. D0044 - $8.50 Burgess Rolls of Fife 1700-1800 and St. Andrew's 1700-1750. David Dobson. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 154 pp. Attempts to identify who were burgesses of Fife of the 18th century on the eve of industrialization of the economy. D0043 - $17.00 Memorials of Angus and Mearns: An Account Historical, Antiquarian, and Traditionary, of the Castles and Towns Visited by Edward I, and of the Barons, Clergy, and Others who Swore Fealty to England in 1291-1296. Andrew Jervise and James Gammack. (1885), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., c677 pp. Enlightening historical sketches of landmarks, churches, villages, monuments and noble families of Forfar and Kincardine, Scotland. Covers over 30 families. J1438 - $47.50 The History of Galloway, from the earliest period to the present time. William Mackenzie. (1841) reprint, paper, index, 2 vols., 1433 pp. The author covers the history before the arrival of the Romans and the Saxons, then discusses the effects of the presence of these two groups on the local people, the rise of Robert Bruce and other rulers, as well as agriculture, customs, religion, political machinations, military actions, etc. M2256 - $97.50 The Mariners of the Lothians, 1600-1800. David Dobson. (1993, 1995), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 97 pp. Identifies many of the skippers and crews from the Lothians of the seventeenth century. D0034 - $13.00 Burgh of Paisley Poll Tax Roll 1695. Frances McDonnell. (1995), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 60 pp. All persons living in the Burgh of Paisley at the time are listed, as well as occupation, and in some cases spousal and parental information. M0050 $8.50

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The Parish of Urr: A History. David Frew. (1909), 2002, 386 pp. Located in the eastern district of the Stewartry of Kirkcudbright this parish contains the town of Dalbeattie. F0763 $31.00 Scottish Soldiers 1600-1800. David Dobson. (1997), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 39 pp. Lists men enlisted in the Scottish military between 1600 and 1800 giving rank, regiment, and location of post. D0041 - $6.50 Scottish Soldiers in Continental Europe. David Dobson. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 32 pp. Identifies Scottish soldiers in continental Europe before 1800. D0040 - $5.50 The Black Watch: The Record Of An Historic Regiment. Archibald Forbes, L. L. D. (1896) 2002, paper, index, 316 pp. "It was as the result of a suggestion made to the authorities by Duncan Forbes of Culloden that in 1729 it was determined on that a certain number of Highland clansmen should be embodied in the character of a species of local gendarmerie. ...The `Black Watch,' or as is its Gaelic name, `Am Freiceadan Dubh,' was the appellation given to the independent companies of which, with reinforcements, the regiment was subsequently formed. From the time that the companies were first embodied until they were regimented the Highlanders continued to wear the dress of their country. " F2195 - $27.50

The West of Scotland in History: Being Brief

Notes Concerning Events, Family Traditions, Topography, and Institutions. Joseph Irving. (1885) reprint, paper, index, 383 pp. The 61 eloquent sketches contained in this book "have for the most part already appeared in print, as prepared...for publication in the 'Glasgow Herald,' daily or weekly, and 'Evening Times.'" A MUST for anyone interested in Scottish history. Notable figures, families, events and places are the focus of individual highly detailed sketches. Queen Mary, Sir Thomas Munro, General Roy of Carluke, Lord Provost Patrick Colquhoun, the battle of Langside (1568), Glasgow burgh records, old Glasgow houses, Dumfries Rood Fair, and the Renfrewshire witches are just a few of the topics discussed. These pages are peppered with names, including: Boswell, Cranstoun, Darnley, Elphinstone, Fleming, Fullarton, Herries, Knox, Lockhart, Lollard, Maxwell, Melville, Montgomerie, Montrose, Mure, Scott, Spreull, Steuart, Stuart, and many, many more. I1924 - $31.00 Tours in Scotland: 1747, 1750, 1760. Richard Pococke and Daniel William Kemp. (1887), 2003, paper, index, 375 pp. Subjects include towns and castles; abbeys, monasteries, nunneries, and other church-related items; domestic and wild animals; occupations such as fishing, mining, carpet manufacture, and linen-weaving; trees and gardens; Romans and Picts; stone circles and barrows; and much more. Numerous people are mentioned. Dr. Pococke's travel accounts provide an interesting contribution to our knowledge of eighteenth-century Scotland. K2304 - $34.00 The Diary of the Rev. John Mill: Minister of the Parishes of Dunrossness Sandwick and Cunningsburgh in Shetland 1740-1803 with Selections from Local Records and Original Documents Relating to the District. Gilbert Goudie. (1889), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 332 pp. Mill was an energetic and enthusiastic parish minister as well as a diligent writer. This work leads the reader into the life of a minister in the far-off northern isles of Scotland. G2335 - $28.50 Birth Briefs of Aberdeen 1637-1705. Frances McDonnell. (1995), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 44 pp. From the Aberdeen Propinquity Books, these listings provide detailed information about the individual and their families. M0053 - $7.00 Register of Testaments Aberdeen [Scotland], 1715-1800. Frances J. McDonnell. (1997), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 118 pp. Testaments can be expected to reveal the name and designation of the deceased, normally the date of death, the executor, an inventory of assets, liabilities, debtors and creditors, and usually a will. M0035 - $13.50 Aberdeen Obituaries, 1748-1854. Frances McDonnell. (1996), 2000, 5 vols. in one, paper, 210 pp. The Aberdeen Journal began publishing obituaries in 1748. M0587 - $19.00 Roll of Apprentices, Burgh of Aberdeen, 1622 1796. Frances J. McDonnell. 1998, 3 parts in 1, 110 pp. M0032 - $12.50

WALES

Welsh Family Coats of Arms. Robert J. C. K. Lewis. 1995, 5½x8½, paper, 100 pp. Gives biographical and historical data, some of which date from as early as 350AD, during the days of the Roman Empire. L0156 - $25.00

Historic Districts of America: The SouthCovers: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Ralph W. Richardson. 1987, 5½x8½, paper, illus., 239 pp. Covers: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Handy paperback reference guides to districts of architectural, historical, or cultural significance. About 1,000 such districts are in each volume; they can vary from a half dozen Victorian homes to forts, mill towns or entire neig orhoods. Unique resource for the adventursome traveler, preservationists and history buffs, or anyone wanting an in-depth look at what is preserved of the good old days around the US. R0088 - $22.00

UNITED STATES

Fanning's Illustrated Gazetteer of the United States, giving the location, physical aspect, mountains, rivers, lakes, climate, productive and manufacturing resources, commerce, government, education, general history, etc. of the States, Territories, Counties, Cities, Towns, and Post Offices in the American Union, with the population and other statistics from the census of 1850, illustrated with seals and thirtyone state maps in counties, and fourteen maps of cities. (1855), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, illus., maps, 400 pp. F0371 - $31.00

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State Boundaries of America: How, Why, and When American State Lines were formed. Jerry Hansen. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 238 pp. The United States is a layer cake of interstate boundaries laid down over centuries. This definitive reference, available for the first time in one convenient volume, offers a unique approach to understanding the formation of these boundaries and the accession of states. H4456 - $24.00 A Concise Account of North America, 1765. With Preface and Appendix by his 5th Great Nephew, William Michael Gorman. Major Robert Rogers. (1765, 2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 220 pp. Mr. Gorman has modernized the text and corrected spelling. Original spelling and explanations of text corrections are included in the appendix. R4281 - $23.00 Historic Districts of America: The Mid-Atlantic - Covers: the District of Columbia, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Ralph W. Richardson. 1991, 5½x8½, paper, 309 pp. Handy paperback reference guides to districts of architectural, historical, or cultural significance. About 1,000 such districts are in each volume; they can vary from a half dozen Victorian homes to forts, mill towns or entire neig orhoods. R0395 $22.00

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Walthall, Watkins, Webb, Weeden, Wells, White, Withers, Wyatt, Yates, Young, and others. S4738 $44.00 The Families of Genery's Gap, Alabama. Madge Pettit. (1986), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 152 pp. Genery's Gap lies half in Jefferson Co. and half in Shelby Co., Alabama. Covers the early pioneers who came from the Carolinas, Virginia, and Georgia. P3008 - $18.50 Pioneers and Residents of West Central Alabama. Madge Pettit. (1988), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 354 pp. Genealogical data on about 1000 families who lived in the hill country of west central Alabama prior to the Civil War. Most came from Virginia and the Carolinas. P0125 - $34.00 Freemen And Colored Marriage Records, 18651890, Sumter County, Alabama. Gwendolyn Lynette Hester. (1996), 2008, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 322 pp. Containing over 6,000 marriage records, this book is a valuable tool to the Sumter County researcher who is examining Black genealogy. These are some of the earliest records in existence of the county's freedmen and freedwomen, and the first complete listing of all African-American marriages recorded in this county between 1865 and 1890. H0443 - $37.00 Alabama Bible Records. Jeannette Holland Austin. (1987, 2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 430 pp. A collection of 249 Alabama Bible records and 7,344 indexed names. A9611 - $34.00 Selected Final [Revolutionary] Pension Payment Vouchers 1818--1864: Alabama: Decatur--Huntsville--Mobile--Tuscaloosa. Alycon Trubey Pierce, CG. 1997, 5½x8½, paper, index, 119 pp. These are the records for the Alabama pension office, they cover Revolutionary War pensions for the most part but include other wars. P0013 - $13.50 Perry Volunteers in the Mexican War: Perry County, Alabama, First Regiment of Alabama Volunteers 1846-1847 and the Mexican War Diary of Captain William G. Coleman. J. Hugh LeBaron. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 232 pp. Adventures of a company of soldiers who served their country in Texas and Mexico at a time of nation crisis. L2267 - $24.00 First Alabama Cavalry, USA: Homage to Patriotism. Glenda McWhirter Todd. (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 442 pp. Includes: reports from the field; a chapter on General Wm. Tecumseh Sheridan; some National Cemeteries and places of death; the combat diary of Sgt. Maj. Francis Wayland Dunn; and a roster of soldiers in the regiment. T1198 - $36.50 First, For The Duration: The Story of the Eighth (8th) Alabama Infantry, C.S.A. Linda L. Green. 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 270 pp. Join the Eighth Alabama Infantry on its journey-from its organization, to the Peninsula Campaign, Second Manassas to Sharpsburg, Fredericksburg to Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Petersburg, and ultimately Appomattox. Includes rosters and transcribed notes. G4553 - $26.00

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Those Gallant Men of the Twenty-Eighth Alabama Confederate Infantry Regiment. James H. Walker and Robert Curren. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 398 pp. The authors provide a thorough listing of 1,648 men who belonged to the 28th Alabama Confederate Infantry Regiment, and describe the gallant men's lives before, during, and after the Civil War. W0740 - $33.00 Too Little Too Late: Compiled Military Service Records of the 63rd Alabama Infantry CSA with Rosters of Some Companies of the 89th, 94th and 95th Alabama Militia CSA. Arthur E. Green. (2001), 2008, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 234 pp. This unit history contains the records of 1,133 Alabama men who joined the war late, fought in battle and were captured at Blakeley, Alabama. Also included are some records for the 89th, 94th and 95th Alabama Militias. G1988 - $35.00 The Seventeenth Alabama Infantry: A Regimental History and Roster. Illene D. Thompson and Wilbur E. Thompson. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 487 pp. The soldiers' own words in diaries, letters and military reports. T1969 - $39.00 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Alabama. Stewart Sifakis. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 160 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. This volume details the activities of Alabama's units in the Confederacy. S0697 $24.95 Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census: Volume 1 for Dale, Dallas, Dekalb, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, and Henry Counties. Linda L. Green. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 168 pp. Name of owner, improved and unimproved acreage, machinery, value of farm, farm implements, and livestock. G0803 - $25.00 Alabama 1850 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census: Volume 2 for Jackson, Jefferson, Lawrence, Limestone, Lowndes, Macon, Madison, and Marengo Counties. Linda L. Green. 1999, 8½x11, paper, comb binding, index, 112 pp. G0804 - $25.00

Historic Districts of America: The SouthCovers: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Ralph W. Richardson. 1987, 5½x8½, paper, illus., 239 pp. Covers: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North and South Carolina, Tennessee, and Virginia. Handy paperback reference guides to districts of architectural, historical, or cultural significance. About 1,000 such districts are in each volume; they can vary from a half dozen Victorian homes to forts, mill towns or entire neig orhoods. Unique resource for the adventursome traveler, preservationists and history buffs, or anyone wanting an in-depth look at what is preserved of the good old days around the US. R0088 - $22.00

ALABAMA

Some Alabama Pioneers. Madge Pettit. (2001), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 254 pp. Each family is treated in its own chapter that includes local history, biographical sketches and family legends, followed by genealogical information. P1859 $22.50 Early Settlers of Alabama with Notes and Genealogies. James Edmonds Saunders. (1899), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 584 pp. The first section of this book contains recollections of the early settlers of north Alabama; touching on a wide variety of topics and numerous individuals. The second portion of the book, is devoted to Notes and Genealogies on the following families: Banks, Bankhead, Bibb, Billups, Blair, Cantzon, Clay, Coleman, Cox, Du Bose, Dudley, Dunn, Elliott, Flint, Foster, Fry, Gholson, Goode, Gray, Harris, Hill, Hopkins, Lanier, Ligon, Lowe, Manning, Maclin, McGehee, Maury, Moore, Oliver, O'Neal, Phelan, Poellnitz, Ray, Richardson, Saunders, Shelton, Sherrod, Shorter, Speed, Swoope, Tait, Taliaferro, Thompson, Tillman, Urquhart,

Alabama 1860 Agricultural and Manufacturing Census: Volume 4 for Perry, Pickens, Pike, Randolph, Russell, Shelby, St. Clair, Sumter, Tallapoosa, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Walker, Washington, Wilcox, Winston. Linda L. Green. 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 376 pp. This volume covers the counties of: Perry, Pickens, Pike, Randolph, Russell, Shelby, St. Clair, Sumter, Tallapoosa, Talladega, Tuscaloosa, Walker, Washington, Wilcox, and Winston. G5021 - $41.00

Regimental History of the 35th Alabama Infantry, 1862-1865. Leroy F. Banning. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 152 pp. Lists 726 men who served in the regiment with biographical material. B1133 - $18.00

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Miscellaneous Alabama Newspaper Abstracts, Volume 1. Michael Kelsey, Nancy Graff Floyd, and Ginny Guinn Parsons. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 262 pp. This book contains abstracts from central Alabama newspapers published from 1823 through 1869 in the counties of Dallas, Green, and Talladega. However, the information is not limited to central Alabama and includes the counties of Perry, Autauga, Wilcox, Bibb, Sumter, Montgomery, Shelby, and Tuscaloosa. The abstracts consist of marriage, death, legal and slave notices, advertisements, and a great number of names in lists of letters left unclaimed in the local post offices. K0238 - $24.50 Miscellaneous Alabama Newspaper Abstracts, Volume 2. Michael Kelsey, Nancy Graff Floyd, Ginny Guinn Parsons. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 356 pp. Abstracts from central Ala. newspapers published between 1821 and 1877. Contains a surname index with about 2,800 names, and a separate slave name index. K0589 - $33.50 Marriage and Death Notices from the South Western Baptist Newspaper. Michael Kelsey, Nancy Graff Floyd and Ginny Guinn Parsons. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. Chronologically arranged this book contains abstracts of marriage and death notices reported in the South Western Baptist from 1850 through 1862. K0338 - $22.50 Genealogical Abstracts From The Autauga Citizen, 1853, in Prattville, Autauga County, Alabama. Charlene Vinson. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 226 pp. These abstracts are a treasure trove of information on Alabama families, especially for genealogists researching ancestors in Autauga, Elmore or Chilton Counties. Advertisements with genealogical value are included. V1553 - $22.00 Genealogical Abstracts from The Banner, 1893, in Clanton, Chilton County, Alabama. Charlene Vinson. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 364 pp. All articles and advertisements of genealogical value, even those that could not be fully transcribed, have been included. Articles not possessing genealogical value have been given brief attention. All but five 1893 issues are included. V1325 - $31.00 Death and Marriage Notices from Jefferson County, Alabama, Newspapers, Volume II (1882-1906). Larry E. Caver, Jr. (2003), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 448 pp. Historical and genealogical information on individuals in Jefferson County, particularly in the Greater Birmingham area, with news items from across the state and the Southeast. C3324 - $37.50 Death, Marriage, and Probate Notices From Montgomery, Alabama, Newspapers, Volume II (1866-1875). Larry E. Caver, Jr. (2003), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 446 pp. Historical and genealogical information on individuals who resided in Central Alabama following the Civil War, as well as items for individuals residing in adjacent southern states. C3325 - $37.50

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Sumter County, Alabama: Index to Wills and Estate Administrations, 1834-1884; Register of Deaths, 1881-1892; and Cemetery Records. Joseph F. Stegall and Jud K. Arrington. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 458 pp. Includes an index of wills and estate administrations from Orphan's Court; a register of deaths (former slaves make up the majority of deaths); and countywide cemetery records of residents born before 1865. S0755 - $37.50

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Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 18501905, Volume 5. Ed Ferrell. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 306 pp. Rich in Northwest history, this volume should appeal to researchers whose ancestors may have been Alaska-Yukon immigrants. Seattle, Portland, and San Francisco were points of departure and return. These early Alaskans came to the Territory between 1880 and 1910. F2503 - $29.00

ALASKA

Frontier Justice: Alaska 1898--the last American frontier. Ed Ferrell. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 156 pp. Incidents in Alaskan history circa 1898 - the serial killer of Dawson, the shoot-out at Bear Creek, Soapy Smith and his gang, the witchcraft murder, the man eaters, the mad trapper of Rat River, a private hanging, the death of an arc ishop, etc. F0881 - $17.50 The Dangerous North. Ed Ferrell. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 160 pp. A collection of hair-raising true tales about pioneers in Alaska, the Yukon and the northern Pacific region. The author has selected 26 accounts of death and survival that chronicle the harsh realities of life on the northern frontier. F1065 - $19.00 Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 18501950, Volume 1. Ed Ferrell. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 362 pp. This work contains over 400 biographies, alphabetically arranged and full of fascinating information and family history. Most of the accounts tell of the men and women who went to Dawson, Nome, and Fairbanks during the gold rush. Many of these biographies and obituaries describe individuals who made contributions to the Territory in mining, business, exploration, government, law, religion, journalism, and civil rights. F0087 - $31.50 Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 18501950, Volume 2. Ed Ferrell. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 374 pp. The majority of these early Alaskans came to the Territory between 1880 and 1910; some finally settled in CA, OR & WA. The main sources used for this compilation were newspaper obituaries and magazine articles. Each volume is alphabetically arranged, and has over 400 biographies. F0387 - $32.00 Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 18501950, Volume 3. Ed Ferrell. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 358 pp. Volume 3 contains more than 400 additional biographies, alphabetically arranged and full of fascinating information and family history. The majority of these early Alaskans came to the territory between 1880 and 1910. The main sources used for this compilation were newspaper obituaries and magazine articles. F0701 - $31.00 Biographies of Alaska-Yukon Pioneers 18501950, Volume 4. Ed Ferrell. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 354 pp. Volume 4 contains more than 400 biographies, alphabetically arranged and full of fascinating information. The majority of these early Alaskans came to the territory between 1880 and 1910. The main sources used for this compilation were newspaper obituaries and magazine articles. F1500 - $31.00

ARKANSAS

Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume One: Covering the Counties of Arkansas, Desha, Chicot, Jefferson and Phillips. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 306 pp. This index contains abstracts of land transactions for the General Land Office over an 87-year span, and consists of information such as purchaser's name, legal description and location of the land, the amount of land in acres, the county, and date of purchase. E0902 $28.00 Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Two: Covering the Counties of Union, Bradley, and Ashley. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 348 pp. Entries include purchaser's name, legal description and location of the land, the amount of land in acres, the county, and date of purchase. Names are listed alphabetically and are thus easy to find. E0930 $30.00 Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Three: Covering the Counties of Monroe, Lee, Woodruff, White, Crittenden, Independence, Lonoke, St. Francois, Prairie and Cross. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 344 pp. E1044 - $30.00 Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Five: Covering the Counties of Washington, Crawford, and Sebastian. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 328 pp. Entries include purchaser's name, legal description and location of the land, the amount of land in acres, the county, and date of purchase. E1121 - $29.00 Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume 6: Covering: Hempstead, Howard, Nevada and Little River Counties. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 254 pp. E1533 - $24.50 Index to the Arkansas General Land Office 1820-1907, Volume Seven: Covering the Counties of Jackson, Clay, Greene, Sharp, Lawrence, Mississippi, Craighead, Poinsett and Randolph. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 212 pp. E1384 $23.50 Index to the Arkansas General Land Office 1820-1907, Volume Eight: Covering the Counties of Marion, Stone, Baxter, Fulton, Izard, and Cleburne. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2001), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 312 pp. E1801 - $28.00

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Index to the Arkansas General Land Office 1820-1907, Volume Nine: Covering the Counties of Scott, Logan, Montgomery, Pike, Sevier and Polk. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2001), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 268 pp. E1884 $26.00 Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume 10 Covering the Counties of Miller, Lafayette, Columbia, Ouchita, Calhoun and Clark. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 306 pp. E2049 $28.00 Obituaries of Benton County, Arkansas: Volume 3, 1905-1909. Barbara P Easley and Verla P. McAnelly. 1995, 5½x8½, paper, index, 513 pp. Alphabetically arranged obituary abstracts include all genealogical data given and annotations. E0196 - $41.50 Obituaries of Benton County, Arkansas: Volume 5, 1914-1918. Barbara P Easley and Verla P. McAnelly. 1995, 5½x8½, paper, index, 533 pp. Alphabetically arranged obituary abstracts include all genealogical data given and annotations. E0284 - $43.00 Obituaries of Benton County, Arkansas: Volume 6, 1919-1922. Barbara P. Easley and Verla P. McAnelly. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, index, 512 pp. Alphabetically arranged obituary abstracts include all genealogical data given and annotations. E0407 - $41.50 Obituaries of Benton County, Arkansas, Volume 8, 1926-1927. Barbara P Easley and Verla P. McAnelly. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, index, 418 pp. Alphabetically arranged obituary abstracts include all genealogical data given and annotations. E0470 - $35.50 Obituaries of Benton County, Arkansas: Volume 9, 1928-1929. Barbara P. Easley and Verla P. McAnelly. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, index, 504 pp. Alphabetically arranged obituary abstracts include all genealogical data given and annotations. E0486 - $41.00 Washington County, Arkansas, Miscellaneous Record Book, 1841-1879. Nancy Maxwell. (1997), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 148 pp. Includes "articles of incorporation of religious and fraternal organizations; apprenticeships; deeds of gift; promissory notes; slave sales and manumissions; appointments of deputy sheriffs; family birth records; and registries of local millers and the mills where they worked." M0760 - $24.00 Washington County, Arkansas, Sheriff's Census For 1865. Nancy Maxwell. (1993), 2008, 8½x11, index, 76 pp. Includes names of several (but not all) townships: Clear Creek, Elm Spring, Mars Hill, Illinois, Vineyard, Cove Creek, Mountain, West Fork, White River, Richland, Prairie, and the city of Fayetteville. Although they existed when the census was taken, Cane Hill and Brush Creek townships are not named, M0885 $18.00

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Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Florida and Arkansas. Stewart Sifakis. (1992), 2007, paper, 5½x8½, 160 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. Civil War historians and genealogists with ties to Florida or Arkansas will want to own this volume that details the activities of their units in the Confederacy S0695 - $24.95

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and the revival of their political voice in the second half of the twentieth century. S4114 $24.00 German Pioneers in Early California: Erwin G. Gudde's History. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1927), 2007, paper, index, 33 pp. California had more German-Americans than any other state in 1990. Includes Father Kino and German Jesuits; Sutter's Fort and discovery of gold, Germans in Los Angeles and San Francisco, industries, agriculture, and colonization. T1822 - $10.50 We Remember. the stories of courage and heroism, triumph and tragedy, from the men and women who served their country during World War II from the Antelope Valley, California. Dayle L. DeBry. (2004), 2008, 8½x11, paper, 286 pp. Numerous photographs enhance over 140 stories of these brave men and women from the Antelope Valley. D3182 - $35.00 Newspaper Extracts from The Marin Journal, San Rafael Marin County, California. January 6, 1881 to December 25, 1884. Marin County Genealogical Society. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, c333 pp. M2380 - $32.00 Newspaper Extracts from The Marin Journal, San Rafael, Marin County, California, January 1, 1885 to December 27, 1888. Marin County Genealogical Society. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, c278 pp. M2381 - $32.00 Newspaper Extracts from The Marin Journal, Marin County Tocsin San Rafael, Marin County, California, January 3, 1889 to December 27, 1890. Marin County Genealogical Society. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, c235 pp. M2382 - $27.00 Newspaper Extracts from The Marin Journal, Marin County Tocsin, San Rafael, Marin County, California, January 1, 1891 to December 31,1892. Marin County Genealogical Society. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 298 pp. More than vital statistics! Voter lists, orphan records, lists of letters, and notes about visiting relatives are all included. M0963 - $50.50 Newspaper Extracts from "The Marin Journal" "Marin County Tocsin", San Rafael, Marin County, California, January 5, 1893 to December 27, 1894. Marin County Genealogical Society. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 318 pp. More than vital statistics! Voter lists, orphan records, lists of letters, and notes about visiting relatives are all included. M3849 - $53.50 Newspaper Extracts from Sausalito News, Sausalito, Marin County, California, February 12, 1885 to December 26, 1890. Marin County Genealogical Society. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 364 pp. In addition to births, deaths, marriages, and business happenings, there are articles about customs, lifestyles, and priorities of the times. Several correspondents from the local townships sent in weekly news. M3848 - $47.00 Newspaper Extracts from The Marin County Journal, Marin County Tousin, San Rafael, Marin County, California, 1895 to 1896. Marin County Genealogical Society. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 356 pp. M4468 - $39.00

Index to the Arkansas General Land Office, 1820-1907, Volume Four: Covering the Counties of Benton and Carroll. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 286 pp. This index contains abstracts of land transactions over an 87-year span, and consists of information such as purchaser's name, legal description and location of the land, the amount of land in acres, the county, and date of purchase. The preface to the index reveals sources to the original records, providing the researcher with even more leads. Names are listed alphabetically and are thus easy to find, making this an excellent resource. E1096 - $27.00

ARIZONA

Arizona Territory: Yavapai County Deed Records, 1864-1870. Charlotte Dean. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, map, 199 pp. Contains abstracts of Deed Books One, Two and Three A. D1600 - $20.00

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Cemeteries of Sonoma County, California: A History and Guide. Jeremy Dwight Nichols. (2002), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 146 pp. The primary purpose of this book is to tell the story of the cemeteries in Sonoma County, California, and to enable genealogists, historians, and other researchers to locate those cemeteries. This information was compiled from library references, interviews with local residents, and most importantly, from a personal visit to each cemetery. This book is a history and guide to the cemeteries of Sonoma County, California, not an index of burials in those cemeteries. N2269 $24.50 Index and Abstracts of Wills, Sonoma County, California: 1850-1900. Sonoma County Genealogical Society. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 162 pp. Alphabetically arranged records include names of all persons mentioned in the will, residence of the deceased, age of the deceased at the time the will was signed (when available), and ages of children at the time of probate (when available). S4492 - $32.50 A Mexican-American Family of California: In the Service of Three Flags. John Schmal and Jennifer Vo. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 252 pp. Discusses the story of one family's place in California history through twelve generations from Luis Quintero to the present generation. S2448 - $20.00 The Journey to Latino Political Representation. John P. Schmal. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 228 pp. Contains a detailed description of the struggle of Latino Americans to express their political voice from 1822 to the present day; the decline of Hispanic representation in the nineteenth century

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Births, Deaths and Marriages on California's Mendocino Coast. Mendocino Coast Genealogical Society. 8½x11, paper, index. Volume 4, 1930-1939, 357 pp. 1998. M0937 - $52.50 Volume 5, 1940-1949. 1999, 495 pp. M1101 - $69.00 Volume 6, 1950-1959. 1999, 428 pp. M1289 - $61.00 Volume 7, 1960-1969. 2000, 443 pp. M1436 - $42.50 Volume 8, 1970-1979. 2000, 485 pp. M1681 - $53.50 Volume 9, 1980-1989. 2001, 566 pp. M1915 - $62.00 Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery, 1854-2007: A Listing of Burials in Fulkerson, Moke, Rural and Stanley Cemeteries now known collectively as Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery (Revised and expanded edition of 1997 listing). Santa Rosa Rural Cemetery Preservation Committee. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 242 pp. Alphabetical list of nearly 5,300 burials with a wealth of genealogical information. S4181 - $43.50

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Early School Attendance Records of Sonoma County, California, Beginning 1858. Sonoma County Genealogical Society. 2004, 8½x11, alpha., 496 pp. These school attendance records, which begin in 1858 and generally range to the 1920s, include the name of student, school attended, date of first and last school record, and in most cases, the age and grade of the student at entry and/or exit. S2506 - $50.00 Early School Attendance Records of Sonoma County, California: Volume II, 1874-1932. Sonoma County Genealogical Society. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 394 pp. These school attendance records, spanning 1874-1932, include: name of student, parent, address (or general area), school district, date or date range, age and/or grade within the date range, birth date, and left/comments. S4184 - $42.00 Sonoma County, California, Death Records, 1873-1905: 2nd Edition. Sonoma County Genealogical Society. 2000, 8½x11, paper, alpha., map, 359 pp. 9555 records from the ledgers of the Sonoma County Recorder; new userfriendly format. S1630 - $42.50 Index to Vital Data in Local Newspapers of Sonoma County, California, Volume I: 18551875. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2001, 8½x11, paper, map, 391 pp. Newspaper abstracts supplemented with cemetery inscriptions and other data for Sonoma and nearby Marin, Napa, Solano, Lake and Mendocino counties. Contains more than 17,000 entries! S1704 - $45.50 Index To Vital Data In Local Newspapers Of Sonoma County California, Volume II: 18761880. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. (2001), 2008, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 416 pp. Newspaper abstracts supplemented with cemetery inscriptions and other data for Sonoma and nearby Marin, Napa, Solano, Lake and Mendocino counties: Contains more than 18,000 entries! S1862 - $38.50 Index to Vital Data in Local Newspapers of Sonoma County, California, Volume III: 18811885. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2001, 8½x11, map, paper, 309 pp. Newspaper abstracts supplemented with cemetery inscriptions and other data for Sonoma and nearby Marin, Napa, Solano, Lake and Mendocino counties: Contains more than 13,000 entries! S1941 - $37.50 Index to Vital Data in Local Newspapers of Sonoma County, California, Volume IV: 18861890. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2003, 8½x11, paper, 355 pp. Newspaper abstracts for Sonoma and nearby Marin, Napa, Solano, Lake and Mendocino counties. S1901 - $41.50 Index to Vital Data in Local Newspapers of Sonoma County, California, Volume V: 18911899. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 394 pp. The names contained in this index are primarily residents of Sonoma County, but some residents of Marin, Napa, Solano, Lake and Mendocino can be found within these pages. Contains more than 16,000 entries! S4287 - $50.00 Index to Vital Data in Local Newspapers of Sonoma County, California, Volume VI: 19001903. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2007, 8½x11, paper, 500 pp. S4358 - $49.50

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Index to Vital Data in Local Newspapers of Sonoma County, California, Volume VII: 19041906. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2008, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 466 pp. The names contained in this index are primarily residents of Sonoma County, but some residents of Marin, Napa, Solano, Lake and Mendocino can be found within these pages. Contains more than 18,000 entries! S4512 - $46.50 Indigent Records in Sonoma County, California 1878 to 1926, Volume 1: The Indigents. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2006, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 202 pp. Contains about 1,200 applications that list: nativity; residence; marital status; names, ages, and birth places of children; reason for application; property; sobriety; income; amount of money requested; and date of request. S4135 - $32.00 Indigent Records in Sonoma County, California 1878 to 1926, Volume 2: Taxpayers Who Certified Indigent Need. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2006, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 2 vols., 436 pp. Book One gives data about the applicant, his/her family, and circumstances of the request. Book Two gives a listing of the taxpayers who supported the applicant's request for county funds. S4310 - $69.50 Militia Lists of Sonoma County, California, 1846 to 1900. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2002, 8½x11, paper, 432 pp. Covers the years 1878, 1888, 1890, 1892, 1894, and 1900, plus fragmentary lists for 1846, 1857, 1862, 1863, 1865 and 1903. S2244 - $49.00 Index To Naturalization Records In Sonoma County, California Vol. I: 1841-1906. Sonoma County Genealogical Society. 2001, 8½x11, paper, 236 pp. Over 6,600 persons applied for naturalization in Sonoma Co. S1734 - $31.00 Naturalization Records in Sonoma County, California, Volume II: 1906-1930. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. 2001, 8½x11, paper, 586 pp. Information from approx. 3,400 naturalization documents. S1968 - $65.00 Index to the Sonoma Searcher: Volume 16, No. 1 to Volume 28, No. 3 (Including Index to The Sonoma Searcher, Vol. 1, No. 1 to Vol. 15, No. 4, SCGS, August 1993). Sonoma County Genealogical Society. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 600 pp. The Sonoma Searcher has been the window on the world for the Sonoma County Genealogical Society since the Spring 1973 issue. August 1988 to Spring 2001. S2270 - $70.00

Sonoma County, California, Cemetery Records, 1846-1921Third Edition. Sonoma County Genealogical Society, Inc. (1999), 2009, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, index, 622 pp. Contains information on over 90 locations and includes a total of 11,996 names. S1208 - $83.50

1850 Federal Census: Schedule I - Free Inhabitants of Monterey County, California. Lorraine "Rain Cloud" Escobar. 1999, 8½x11 paper, alpha., 101 pp. Data is sorted in three different manners; chronologically by page number and line number, by last name, or by first name. A typical entry includes age, sex, occupation, and birthplace. E0553 - $20.00 1852 California State Census: Schedule I - Free Inhabitants of Monterey County, California. Lorraine "Rain Cloud" Escobar. 2000, 8½x11 paper, 158 pp. Data is sorted three different ways: chronologically by page number and line number, by last name, or by first name. E0554 - $26.00 Family History Research in San Diego, California. Barbara Palmer. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, c98 pp. P4115 - $14.00 The Civil War Veterans of San Diego: Including Citations to Genealogical Research Sources in San Diego, California. Barbara Palmer. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 350 pp. Cemetery and intake records from two San Diego G. A. R. posts for nearly 2,000 Civil War veterans who migrated to San Diego after the war. P3580 $56.00 The 1930 School Census of Sonoma County, California. Sonoma County Genealogical Soc. 2004, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 2 vols., 712 pp. The Statutes of California, 1929 required every elementary school district in the state to take a census of all minors under the age of 18 in October 1930, and every three years thereafter. See online catalog for fuller description. S2464 - $76.00

Pioneer Records of Trinity County, California: A Century of Facts, 1850-1950. Patricia Johnsen Hicks. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 302 pp. Births, marriages, and deaths. H1028 $46.00 Cemetery and Related Records, Smartsville Cemeteries, Yuba County, California, 18522001. Renie Riccobuano. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 284 pp. This book combines cemetery, birth, marriage, and death records, as well as information from relevant newspaper articles that relate to approximately 985 graves found in four Smartsville area cemeteries. R0919 - $26.50

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The Lost Cities of Colorado. Laurel Michele Wickersheim and Rawlene LeBaron. (2002), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 344 pp. Life in Colorado's long-vanished gold mining towns is reflected in its old newspapers, and is preserved in these pages. L2190 - $19.95 Colorado on the Eve of Statehood: An Edited Business Directory of the Pioneers who Built the Centennial State. Rawlene Briar LeBaron and Laurel Michele Wickersheim. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 262 pp. The pioneers and the towns they founded are named in the excerpts from the 1875 Colorado Business Directory, featured in this excellent guide for the historian of the Old West and Colorado. L4551 - $26.00

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History of the Colony of New Haven to its Absorption into Connecticut, 2nd Edition. Edward E. Atwater, et. al. (1902), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 806 pp. Comprehensive history of the six towns: Branford, Guilford, Milford, New Haven, Stamford and Southold (LI). Includes 130 pages of genealogical data for those towns, plus Stratford, Fairfield, Norwalk, New London and Saybrook. A0224 - $56.00

Rolls of Connecticut Men in French and Indian War, 1755-1762: Volume II, 1758-1762; Appendixes, 1755-1764. Connecticut History Society. (1905, 1994), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 488 pp. Organized by campaign, regiment, and company, these rosters give the names of soldiers and officers and their rank, dates of enlistment and discharge, and occasional additional data such as date of death. A second appendix contains information relating to the years 1755-1757 ....As stated in the previous volume these original rolls were found...in the old Seymour house in Hartford....For convenience of reference all names which appeared in the index to the preceding volume are in the index to this volume, preceded by a star." This work was first published as the Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume X. A full name index adds to the value of this work. C0971 - $38.50

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Abstracts from The Connecticut (Formerly New London) Gazette covering Southeastern Connecticut: 1780-July 25, 1782, Volume 5. Richard B. Marrin. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 264 pp. This volume of news abstracts provides a view of everyday life of the citizens of Eastern Connecticut as they experienced the turmoil of the Revolutionary War with all its victories and defeats. M5191 - $26.00

Rolls and Lists of Connecticut Men in the Revolution, 1775-1783 (1901). Connecticut Historical Society. (1901) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 375 pp. C0300 - $28.00 Lists and Returns of Connecticut Men in the Revolution, 1775-1783. Connecticut Historical Society Staff. (1909), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 502 pp. Information often includes: name, town of residence, date of enlistment or detachment, company, regiment, and duration of service. The records are arranged chronologically. This work was originally published as the Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society Volume 12. Citied in the Harvard Guide to American History. C9312 - $39.00

Mine Owners and Mines of the Colorado Gold Rush. Rawlene LeBaron. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 510 pp. This fascinating look at Colorado's gold rush is based on Thomas Corbett's 1879 classic directory of Colorado's gold, silver, and coal mines; and ore mills. It lists owners, officers, and key employees; date discovered; location; nature of the ore; etc L3135 $41.00 Colorado Pioneers in Picture and Story. Alice Polk Hill. (1915), 2008, paper, index, 580 pp. Sit back and enjoy the fascinating account of the pioneers that opened mines, built towns, created ranches and laid the foundations for civilization in this rugged wilderness before the Pilgrims arrived at Plymouth Rock! H2224 - $40.00 Hometown Heroes: Stories and Insights from World War II Veterans from Southeast Colorado. Donna McDonnall. (2006), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 134 pp. Donna McDonnall gathered the stories in this book from personal interviews with a selection of veterans living in Prowers County, Colorado. She compiled these recollections to honor those who served, and to give the reader a sense of what the veterans endured. M3837 - $20.00

Abstracts from the New London Gazette covering Southeastern Connecticut, 1763-1769. Richard B. Marrin. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 334 pp. News of Europe, England and the other colonies; local news from: New London, Groton, Stonington, Norwich, Lyme, Windham and other towns of southeastern Connecticut. Local news included weddings, deaths, shipping news, legal notices, ads and much more. M4171 - $29.50 Abstracts from the New London Gazette covering Southeastern Connecticut, 1770-1773. Richard B. Marrin. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 298 pp. News of Europe, England and the other colonies; local news from: New London, Groton, Stonington, Norwich, Lyme, Windham and other towns of southeastern Connecticut. Local news included weddings, deaths, shipping news, legal notices, ads and much more. M4552 - $28.00

Rolls of Connecticut Men in the French and Indian War, 1755-1762, Vol. 1, 1755-1757. Connecticut Historical Society Staff. (1903), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 364 pp. Organized by campaign, regiment, and company, these rosters give the names of soldiers and officers and their rank, dates of enlistment and discharge, and occasional additional data such as date of death. This was first published as the Collections of the Connecticut Historical Society, Volume IX. A full name index adds to the value of this work. C3890 $32.00 New England Family Histories: State of Connecticut. LuVerne V. Hall and Donald O. Virdin. (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 262 pp. The authors have researched and compiled a valuable bibliographic reference tool for anyone searching for New England ancestors, or researching Connecticut family histories and genealogies. It also provides a list of the major Connecticut libraries, codes to library abbreviations, a list of Connecticut genealogical societies, a bibliography, and an index of full names. H1394 - $24.50

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Old Houses Of The Ancient Town Of Norwich [Connecticut] 1660-1800, With Maps, Illustrations, Portraits and Genealogies. Mary E. Perkins. (1895), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 720 pp. All buildings on major thoroughfares are discussed. The second part is devoted to genealogical records, following the direct line of each resident to his original American progenitor. P1515 - $50.00

By "theire free act & deed": Connecticut's Land Relationship with Indian Tribes, 14962003. James P. Lynch. 2006, paper, index, 122 pp. A fascinating legal analysis of the history of Indian land rights in Connecticut. L3845 - $20.00 Gideon's Calling: The Founding and Development of the Schaghticoke Indian Community at Kent, Connecticut, 1638-1854. James P. Lynch. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 194 pp. Schaghticoke was the product of two cultures in collision and its consequences. Schaghticoke as a community did not pre-exist the advent of continuous historical contact with Europeans but was created by it. L4248 - $22.50

Abstracts from the Connecticut [formerly New London] Gazette covering Southeastern Connecticut, 1774-1776. Richard B. Marrin. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 280 pp. The New London Gazette, renamed The Connecticut Gazette in 1773, contained news of Europe, England and the other colonies; local news of southeastern Connecticut-from the Boston Tea Party to Independence Day. M4784 - $25.00 Abstracts from the Connecticut [formerly New London] Gazette covering Southeastern Connecticut, 1777-1779. Richard B. Marrin. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 334 pp. This volume of news abstracts provides a view of both the everyday life of the colonists of Eastern Connecticut and the extraordinary events of the Revolutionary War. M5017 - $25.00

The First Traders On Wall Street: The Wiechquaeskeck Indians of Southwestern Connecticut in the Seventeenth Century. John Alexander Buckland. (2002), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 302 pp. Their story is unique, although they were part of the great Algonquian Woodland peoples, and belonged to the large group of Lenape, or Delaware, Indians in the N.J. and N.Y. area. B2028 - $28.00

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Connecticut's Naval Office at New London during the War of the American RevolutionVolume II of Collections of the New London Historical Society. Ernest E. Rogers. (1933), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 430 pp. New London's fine location, with a harbor seven miles long and a mile wide, was the perfect place for the young American Navy to send out its first expedition in 1775. Nathaniel Shaw, a prominent merchant, became the Naval Agent. Many of his papers and letters are contained in this work. These letters, from the Shaw collection at Yale, comprise nearly half of this book. They provide a fascinating record of captains and their ships, cargoes, business transactions, privateering, routes of voyages, prices of goods, and news of the war. There is an alphabetical list of captains named in the mercantile letter book, a bibliography, an original fullname index and an original index of vessels. The book is illustrated with maps, portraits, historic buildings and facsimiles of documents. R1239 - $33.00 The History Of Connecticut From The First Settlement Of The Colony To The Adoption Of The Present Constitution. G. H. Hollister. (1855) reprint, paper, index, 2 vols., 533+693 pp. Covers a vast assortment of topics. Appendices, and illustrations of prominent residents enhance this work. H1923 - $80.00 A Brief History of the North Congregational Church, Amherst Massachusetts. North Congregational Church. (1927), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 48 pp. This detailed history of the North Congregational Church paints a portrait of the community and its citizens, and is a rich source of names, dates and interesting tidbits. N2872 $11.00 Inscriptions on the Grave Stones in the Grave Yards of Northampton and of Other Towns in the Valley of the Connecticut, as Springfield, Amherst, Hadley, Hatfield, Deerfield, &c. with Brief Annals of Northampton. Thomas Bridgman. (1850), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 232 pp. Inscription dates range from the mid-17th to the mid-19th century. Most towns listed are in Mass.; some are in Vt. and Conn. B0590 - $24.00

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London Counties. New Haven County and Fairfield County are represented. C0997 - $32.00 History of Redding, Connecticut--First Settlement to Present Time: With Notes On The Adams, Banks, Barlow, Bartlett, Bartram, Bates, Beach, Benedict, Betts, Burr, Burritt, Burton, Chatfield, Couch, Darling, Fairchild, Foster, Gold, Gorham, Gray, Griffin, Hall, Hawley, Hill, Heron, Hull, Jackson, Lee, Lyon, Lord, Mallory, Meade, Meeker, Merchant, Morehouse, Perry, Platt, Read, Rogers, Rumsey, Sanford, Smith and Stow Families. Charles Burr Todd. (1880), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. Includes biographical sketches. T1220 - $25.00 Litchfield and Morris [Connecticut] Inscriptions. Charles Thomas Payne. (1905), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 304 pp. Gravestone inscriptions from 12 Connecticut cemeteries. Most dates fall between the mid 18th and late 19th centuries. P0560 - $23.00 Some Historic Sites of Litchfield, Connecticut. The Litchfield Historical Society. (1933), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 16 pp. This charming guidebook with map gives a historical account of each site, along with information about former residents and descriptions of notable architecture. L3030 - $4.00

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History of Seymour, Connecticut, With Biographies and Genealogies. W. C. Sharpe. (1879), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 272 pp. Approximately one-third of the book consists of genealogies. S1389 - $30.00

Naugatuck, Conneticut Congregational Church Records, 1781-1901. Helen S. Ullman. U0045 The History Of Ancient Woodbury, Connecticut From The First Indian Deed In 1659 To 1879 Including The Present Towns Of Washington, Sout ury, Bethlehem, Roxbury, And A Part Of Oxford And Middlebury, Containing The Genealogical Statistics Of The Same, And Of Ancient Stratford, From 1639 To 1728 Volume III. William Cothren. (1879, 2000), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 872 pp. A classic history. C1544 - $59.00

Families of Ancient Wethersfield, Connecticut. Henry R. Stiles. (1904), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 2 vols., 1042 pp. Excerpted from Dr. Stiles twovolume history it contains hundreds of genealogies. S1984 - $69.50 Full Circle: A Directory of Native and African Americans, Windham County, Connecticut, 1650-1900. Marcella Houle Pasay. 2002, 2 vols, paper, 809 pp. Early natives, slaves and colored freemen residing in, and with ties to, Windham Co., Conn., and the surrounding area from 16501900; over 8500 individuals. P2015 - $57.50 Annals and Family Records of Winchester, Connecticut. John Boyd. (1873), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 632 pp. A well-written history with numerous interesting anecdotes, biographical sketches and genealogical records going well back into the early 1700s. Includes early land titles, pioneer settlers, Indians, war records, society and customs, taxable property lists, town organization, church history, business operations, temperance reform and Masonic societies. B2167 - $47.00 Family Secrets: 18th and 19th Century Birth Records Found in the Windham County, Connecticut, County Court Records and Files at the Connecticut State Library Archives, Hartford. Marcella Pasay. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 116 pp. A compilation of Fornication and Maintenance of (Illegitimate) Child suits brought to the Windham County Court from 1728 to 1847. There are over 300 cases. P1538 - $17.50 The Poor and Others To Be Pitied. Eighteenth and Nineteenth Century Selectmen's Records of Town Welfare Cases, Windham County, Connecticut. Marilyn L. Labbe. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 522 pp. Extracts from Selectmen's Records including funeral expenses, the sick and dying (most of whom are not noted in vital records), warnings out, town lawsuits, indentures, emancipations, some marriages and names of those relegated to the insane asylum. L3193 - $41.50

History of the Colony of New Haven to its Absorption into Connecticut, 2nd Edition. Edward E. Atwater, et. al.. (1902), 2009, 5½x8½, cloth, index, 806 pp. Comprehensive history of the six towns: Branford, Guilford, Milford, New Haven, Stamford and Southold (LI). Includes 130 pages of genealogical data for those towns, plus Stratford, Fairfield, Norwalk, New London and Saybrook. A4929 - $85.00 Middletown Upper Houses. Charles Collard Adams, M.A. (1908), 1989, 5½x8½, paper, index, illus., 2 vols., 848 pp. History of what is now Cromwell, Connecticut, covering 1650 to 1800, but the vast bulk of the work consists of genealogies. A0019 - $64.00

The Historical Address and Other Accounts of the Exercises Commemorating the 200th Anniversary of the Organization of the First Congregational Church, New Milford, Connecticut (1916), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 48 pp. The coverage of this four-day event reviews 200 years of history and significant events. It is liberally peppered with names. X4267 - $12.00 The Legend of Dudleytown [Connecticut] Solving Legends through Genealogical and Historical Research. Gary P. Dudley. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 126 pp. Genealogical gleanings and different variations of Dudleytown's fascinating legends have been interwoven with the step-by-step process for solving such mysteries. D1778 - $19.50

The History of Fairfield, Fairfield County, Connecticut: From the Settlement of the Town in 1639 to 1818. Elizabeth Hubbell Schenk. (1889), 1997, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 2 vols., 961 pp. A classic history with nearly 100 genealogies. S0757 - $69.00 Story of the Early Settlers of Stamford, Connecticut, 1641-1700, including Genealogies of Principal Families. History by Jeanne Majdalany, Genealogies by Edith M. Wicks and Jeanne Majdalany. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 232 pp. Chronicles the development of Stamford. Many aspects of everyday life are described. Includes outline genealogies covering the first three or four generations of the families which arrived in the 17th century. M0394 - $23.00 Jewish Cemeteries of Five Counties of Connecticut. The Cohen/Goldfarb Collection, Volume 2. Rabbi Edward A. Cohen and Lew Goldfarb. 1998, 8½x11, paper, 208 pp. Covers Hartford, Litchfield, Middlesex, Tolland and New

Inscriptions from Gravestones in the Old Burying Ground, Norwich Town, Connecticut. George S. Porter. (1933) reprint, index, 177 pp. Transcribes 1,405 gravestone inscriptions from Norwich's oldest burying ground. Gravestones predating 1700 no longer exist; the bulk of these inscriptions are from the 19th century. P9479 $19.00

First Congregational Church of Preston, Connecticut 1698-1898 Together With Statistics Of The Church Taken From The Church Records. Rev. R. H. Gidman. (1900), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 213 pp. Church statistics, grouped by ministry. G1586 - $23.50

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Jewish Cemeteries of Hartford, Connecticut: The Cohen/Goldfarb Collection, Volume 1. Rabbi Edward A. Cohen and Lew Goldfarb. Published 1995. The authors had three main objectives when compiling this book. Within the Connecticut State Library is the Connecticut State tombstone collection (c1934), called "The Hale Collection." Objective #1 was to make copies of the state tombstone collection as it pertained to Jewish cemeteries and then alphabetized those entries. Objective #2 was to correct mistakes and cover gaps in "The Hale Collection," whose compilers had very little knowledge of Jewish customs, and therefore often left out important information. Objective #3 was to bring the earlier collection up to date, adding over 60 years of new tombstone information. Each alphabetically arranged entry includes some or all of the following: cemetery, page number in "The Hale Collection," location within the cemetery, deceased's name as it appeared on the tombstone, maiden name, date of death, date of birth, parents' names, and spouse's name. Three appendices give the locations of (as well as additional information about) the cemeteries. C0368 History of Windham County, Connecticut, Volume 1. Ellen D. Larned. (1874), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 596 pp. Covers the years 1676 to 1760. L0959 - $42.50 History of Windham County, Connecticut, Volume 2. Ellen D. Larned. (1880), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 600 pp. Covers the years 1740 to 1880. L0960 - $43.00 The Windham County, Connecticut, County Court Records, 1726-1732: Abstracts of Volume I, Connecticut State Library Archives, Capitol Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut. Marcella Houle Pasay. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 184 pp. This work offers abstracts of never before published court records from a rather obscure source-an excellent resource for the pre-census era. Residences of plaintiffs, defendants and petitioners are noted along with occupations and relationships in some instances. Cases include: Debts, issue of tanning and tavern licenses, property attachments, thefts, trespassing, fornication, and petitions for new highways, just to name a few. P1683 - $36.00 Windham County, Connecticut, County Court Records, 1732-1736, Abstracts of Volume 2, Connecticut State Library Archives. Marcella Houle Pasay. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 238 pp. Important, previously unpublished, court records. P2241 - $22.50 Windham, Connecticut Probate District Records, Volume 1 (1719-1734). George Waller. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 146 pp. Probate records provide names, dates, places, and relationships that form the basis of genealogy. This district comprised the towns of Windham, Lebanon, Coventry, Mansfield, Canterbury, Plainfield, Killingly, Pomfret, and Ashford. A full name index is included. W3328 - $20.00

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The History of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut, Including East Windsor, South Windsor, and Ellington, Prior to 1768, the Date of Their Separation from the Old Town; and Windsor, Bloomfield and Windsor Locks, to the Present Time. Also the Genealogies and Genealogical Notes of Those Families Which Settled Within the Limits of Ancient Windsor, Connecticut, Prior to 1800. Henry R. Stiles. (1859), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 944 pp. The history from discovery in 1614 by the Dutch up to the 1800, and a succinct summary of the town's history from 1800 to the date of publication. Plus over 300 pages of genealogies. S0706 - $65.00

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Christiana Methodist Episcopal Church: Its History, Its People. Barbara Bryant White. 1994, 8½x11, paper, index, 159 pp. Compiled and Edited by the Church Historian. A majority of the church records abstracted here are not available elsewhere. W0090 - $27.50 Delaware Bible Records, Volume 2. Donald O. Virdin. 1992, index, 162 pp. These Bibles date mainly from the late 1700's through the early 1900's, and frequently cover three or more generations. In addition to the usual marriage, birth, and death information, newspaper clippings, hand-written notes attached to or written on the pages, and personal letters found in the Bibles are also transcribed. Some entries are supplemented by data from the author's personal files. V0560 $18.50 Delaware Bible Records, Volume 5. Donald O. Virdin and Lu Verne V. Hall. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 344 pp. These Bibles date mainly from the late 1700s through the early 1900s. V0852 - $30.50 Delaware Bible Records, Volume 6. Luverne V. Hall. (1998), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 532 pp. Most of the family records deal with the late 1700s through the early 1900s, though many extend beyond this point. H0982 - $41.50 Revolutionary Patriots of Delaware 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. 1996, 8½x11, cloth, alpha., 299 pp. Over 5000 entries; a significant aid to those seeking membership in lineage societies (DAR, SAR, SR, etc. ). P0335 - $42.00 Colonial Delaware Soldiers and Sailors, 16381776. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 240 pp. Soldiers and sailors from the area that became Delaware, from colonists arriving in New Sweden, to July 4, 1776. Names taken from many sources. P0376 - $22.00 Reconstructed 1790 Census of Delaware. Leon de Valinger, Jr. Map, 83 pp. Contains names of property owners of each Humdrd. Helps rmedy loss of 1790 census by use of tax lists. D0010 $9.50 Delaware 1870-1880 Agricultural Census: Volume 2. Linda L. Green. (2005), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 438 pp. This volume includes the counties of Kent, New Castle, and Sussex. G3829 $63.00 Colonial Delaware Records: 1681-1713. Bruce Bendler. (1992), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 85 pp. Contains rent rolls for Kent Co., 1681-1688, Sussex Co., 1681-1688; 1693 Tax Assessment list for all three counties; Kent Co. Quit Rents, circa 1701-1713 & Sussex Co. Quit Rents, 1702-1713. B0214 - $13.00 Delaware Genealogical Abstracts from Newspapers. Volume 3: Delaware Marriages and Deaths from the Newspapers 1729-1853. Mary Fallon Richards and John C. Richards. 1997, 6x9, paper, alphabetical, 288 pp. Compiled under the auspices of the Delaware Genealogical Society (Special publication # 10) from information at the Delaware Historical Society. Over 10,000 names are included in this publication. R0030 - $26.50

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Steppes to Neu Odessa: Germans from Russia Who Settled in Odessa Township, Dakota Territory, 1872-1876, 2nd edition. Cynthia Anne Frank Stupnik. (2002), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp. A biographical and genealogical sketc ook of Plains' pioneers including many family connections made available in part by the Odessa German-Russian Genealogical Library. S2120 - $19.00

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Colonial Delaware Wills and Estates to 1800: An Index. Donald O. Virdin. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 200 pp. This book is an index to colonial Delaware wills and estates to 1800 and includes the wills and estates that could be located in published works concerning Kent County, Sussex County, and New Castle County. Most of these wills and estates date from the mid1700s, but a few date back to the late 1600s. Provides the date of probate, the name of the deceased, the county, and the book and page number of the estate. V0020 - $20.50 Some Pioneer Delaware Families. Donald Odell Virdin. (1992), 2007, 8½x11, paper, indices, 272 pp. Information on the Virdins makes up about one-half of this book. The second half discusses early Delaware families of Broadway, Carter, Gilder, Lowber, Marvel, Register, Reynolds and Rodney. It includes a name index and an index of places and records cited. V0608 - $51.00 Delaware: A Trivia Guide to the First State. Alexander Shalk. 1995, 5½x8½, paper, 214 pp. Written as a celebration of Delaware's rich cultural and historical heritage, the book is set up as a sequence of quizzes, with multiple-choice questions grouped by subject. Topics range from geography to history to government to famous Delawareans. From the past to the present, from simple to challenging, the questions leave no Delaware stone unturned. S0352 - $22.50 Genealogical Abstracts from Biographical and Genealogical History of the State of Delaware. Bill and Martha Reamy. (1998), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 630 pp. The compilers have extracted data of interest to genealogists and arranged in lineages. The original was published by J. M. Runk and Company in two volumes (1,547 pp.) without a complete index. The Reamys have made Runk's work more affordable and more accessible, with an easier-to-use format and a complete index. R0469 - $62.50

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Delaware Genealogical Abstracts from Newspapers. Volume 4: Delaware Marriages and Deaths from the Delaware Gazette 18651874. Mary Fallon Richards and John C. Richards. 1998, 6x9, cloth, alpha., 224 pp. Published under the auspices of the Delaware Genealogical Society (Special publication # 11). Delaware official vital records are notably sparse. This volume attempts to fill the gap for this time period. R0036 - $23.50 Delaware Genealogical Abstracts from Newspapers. Volume 5: Delaware Marriages and Deaths from the Delaware Gazette 18751879. Mary Fallon Richards and John C. Richards, Eds. 2000, 6x9, cloth, alpha., 94 pp. R0156 - $19.00 Delaware Mortality Schedules, 1850-1880, Delaware Insanity Schedule, 1880 only. Linda L. Green. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 292 pp. The mortality schedules may be of particular importance to researchers as they provide names that are not shown on the U. S. Federal Census. Entries contain a variety of genealogical data. The insanity schedule provides name, classification and county. G3825 - $48.00

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Presbyterian Church, and St. Peters Roman Catholic Church. W0289 - $28.50 Early Church Records of New Castle County. Volume 2: Old Swedes Church 1713-1799. Horace Burr. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 424 pp. Translated. Taken from church records from Old Swedes' (Crane Hook) Church in Wilmington. B0290 - $32.00 New Castle County, Delaware, Land Records, 1673-1710. Carol Bryant. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. Abstracts of deeds etc. from Libers A, B and C. B0068 - $20.00 New Castle County, Delaware, Land Records, 1715-1728. Carol Bryant. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. Includes deeds, leases, releases, powers of attorney, appointments, mortgages, patents. Relationships are oft times revealed in the description of the property. B0481 $20.00 New Castle County, Delaware Land Records, 1762-1765. Carol J. Garrett. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 270 pp. Continues the series with deed records for Volumes U-1 and W-1. G0557 $22.00 Tax Assessments of New Castle County, Delaware, 1816-1817. Karen M. Ackerman. (1986), 2000, paper, surname index, 225 pp. Owners, acreage, improvements, names of tenants and names and ages of slaves. A0508 - $19.00 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, 1763-1769. Mary Marshall Brewer. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. This work consists primarily of deeds, but these early land records served as a "catch-all" for recordation of all kinds of documents. B0471 - $19.00 Calendar of Sussex County Delaware Probate Records 1680-1800. Leon deValinger. (1964), 2007, paper, index, 400 pp. These abstracts, arranged in chronological order, generally contain the name of the deceased, the type of record, the date of the record, heirs, officials such as executor and administrator, witnesses, and the place of the complete record. An every-name index provides easy access to all people. D3819 - $30.00 Sussex County, Delaware Will Book L: 1 January 1852-24 February 1860. Marguerite R. Moore. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 40 pp. Every name, relationship abstracted. M0336 $8.00 Sussex County, Delaware Will Book M: 8 March 1860 - 13 April 1869. Marguerite R. Moore. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 46 pp. Records are arranged by page number, and contain the full name of the deceased, names and relationships of surviving family members, and may also contain the names of executors, witnesses, etc. A full name index adds to the value of this work. M0063 - $11.50 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, 1681-1725. Mary Marshall Brewer. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 240 pp. Mainly deeds, land warrants and patents, powers of attorney, appointments, etc. Names of children and wives are frequently given. B0021 - $23.50

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Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware: Various Dates: 1693-1698, 1715-1717, 17821792, 1802-1805. Mary Marshall Brewer. (1998), 2008, paper, index, 156 pp. Concentrates on the following periods: 1693-1698, 1783, 1788, 1792, and 1802-1805. Many of the documents of the latter periods are petitions, deeds, mortgages, manumissions, bonds, etc. B0028 - $17.50 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, 1722-1731: Deed Book F No. 6. Johnita P. Malone. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 132 pp. These abstracts record land transactions, mortgages, bills of sale, deeds, bonds, and other similar transactions (1722-1731). The names of persons and properties involved, dates and locations, and relevant details or accounts are generally included. M0775 - $16.00 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, 1732-1743: Deed Book G No. 7. Johnita P. Malone. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 128 pp. A continuation of the earlier work by Malone and Brewer. Many of these records reveal family relationships. M0488 - $16.50 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, Deed Book H No. 8 (1742-1753). Johnita P. Malone. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 214 pp. These abstracts record land transactions, mortgages, bills of sale, deeds, bonds and other transactions for the period 1742-1753. M0576 $22.00 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, 1753-1763. Mary Marshall Brewer. (1998, 2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 208 pp. Covers Sussex County Deeds Volume I, which consists of deed of sales, surveys, mortgages, bonds, releases, quit claims, conveyances, and much more. B0472 - $22.00 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, 1769-1782. F. Edward Wright. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 280 pp. Many relationships are revealed in land records. Included in this compilation are landmarks and all references to persons and relationships. W0298 - $22.00 Land Records of Sussex County, Delaware, 1782-1789. Elaine Hastings Mason, F. Edward Wright. (1990), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 121 pp. M0167 - $15.00

Calendar of Kent County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800. Leon DeValinger, Jr. (1944), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 690 pp. Short abstracts of the wills and administration accounts found in the state archives, naming heirs and giving the Liber and folio number of the document. D0305 - $46.00

Delaware 1850-1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 1. Linda L. Green. (2004), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 288 pp. This volume includes the counties of Kent, New Castle, and Sussex. G3826 $44.00 Kent County, Delaware Land Records. Mary Marshal Brewer. 5½x8½, paper, index. This work consists primarily of deeds, but these early land records served as a "catch-all" for recordation of all kinds of documents. Volume 1: 1680-1701. (1996), 2008, 194 pp. B0345 - $20.00 Volume 2: 1702-1722. (1997), 2008, 174 pp. B0404 - $19.00 Volume 3: 1723-1734. (1997), 2008, 230 pp. B0416 - $23.00 Volume 4: 1735-1743. 2000, 190 pp. B0421 $16.50 Volume 5: 1742-1749. (1997), 2000, 164 pp. B0422 - $16.00 Volume 6: 1749-1756. (1997), 2000, 246 pp. B0435 - $21.50 Volume 7: 1756-1764. (1998), 2001, 304 pp. B0453 - $24.00 Volume 8: 1764-1768. (1998), 2001, 242 pp. B0452 - $22.50 Volume 9: 1768-1772. Irma Harper. (1999), 2008, 212 pp. H0083 - $21.00 Volume 10: 1772-1775. Irma Harper. (1999), 2004, 172 pp. H0014 - $20.00 Early Church Records of New Castle County, Delaware, Volume 1, 1701-1800. F. Edward Wright. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 346 pp. Includes Wilmington Monthly Meeting, Marriage Bonds of New Castle, Emanuel Anglican, Welsh Tract Baptists, some later Methodist records & some records of Pencader

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Lincoln and Emancipation in the District of Columbia. J. C. Ladenheim. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 112 pp. The book describes the passage of Lincoln's District of Columbia Emancipation Bill through Congress, the modifications made on it and its reception by the public. The problems and solutions of the Emancipation Committee, and the origin and history of Freedom Day are also covered. L5012 $15.50 District of Columbia Ancestors, A Guide to Records of the District of Columbia. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1997, 2000), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 134 pp. A detailed description of public and private records - their content and location. P0432 - $22.00

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Early Days of Washington. S. S. Mackall. (1899, 2004), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 262 pp. This charming narrative history pertains primarily to the Georgetown area of Washington, D. C. Written in the elegant prose of her times, S. S. Mackall paints a vivid portrait of Georgetown from its creation, augmented by an abundance of vintage photographs and illustrations. Prominent locations and significant figures of Georgetown and surrounding areas are discussed along with vibrant descriptions of the landscape. Names and genealogical information pepper these pages with frequent ties to Maryland and Virginia families. Mackall writes: In these days, when we are interested in old times and old things, let us go back a hundred years and unravel the golden thread that binds and holds in poetic indistinctness all that our people were doing in days long ago. Very few are left to tell the tale, and few of the old colonial places remain. Our generation reverences not the old land-marks, and they are rapidly disappearing. The old Semmes Tavern on High Street, Georgetown, where General Washington spent many hours, was destroyed about a year ago. Wesley E. Pippenger has reformatted this book and created an every name index that will delight historians and genealogists alike. M3201 - $29.00 Burial Ledger of St. Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, D. C., July 5, 1917 - August 30, 1983. Paul E. Sluby, Sr. 2008, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 90 pp. The hospital burial ledger contains over 2,900 entries regarding burials of the general patient population. Entries include: full name of deceased; date of death; date of burial; section, row, and grave number; gender, race, and remarks. S4903 - $19.50 Index to District of Columbia Estates, 18011929. Wesley E. Pippenger. 2008, 8½x11, cloth, alphabetical, 850 pp. This index provides nearly 54,000 references to estates and includes new references to over 21,000 estate administrations and hundreds of wills not previously found in published will indexes. Many of the wills were not probated in D.C. and came from other jurisdictions. P4588 - $91.50 District of Columbia: Original Land Owners, 1791-1800. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1999), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, illus., maps, 164 pp. Land records found in Faehtz and Pratt's Washington Embryo and in the United States Senate Federal Land Documents, and land records for Hamburgh and Carrollsburgh are included in this extensive and thorough examination of Washington land ownership. P0153 - $29.00 Maps of the District of Columbia and City of Washington, and Plats of the Squares and Lots of the City of Washington. (1852), 2004, 8½x11, paper, comb-binding, 162 pp. Originally published in 1852, these maps provide a highly detailed look at our nation's capitol at that time. Two fold-out maps are included. X0929 - $35.50 A Complete Guide to the History and Inmates of the U. S. Penitentiary, District of Columbia, 1829-1862. Mary C. Thornton. 2003, paper, index, 280 pp. Historical narrative with lists of convicts. T2294 - $25.00

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Pastimes in Washington: Leisure Activities in the Capital Area, 1800-1995. Robert Harrigan. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 213 pp. A history of the entertainments, amusements, and diversions that were a part of the dynamic cultural history of early American society. H2093 - $24.95 District of Columbia Free Negro Registers. Dorothy S. Provine. 1996, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 728 pp. Abstracts of official registrations. P0506 - $98.50 Freedman's Savings and Trust Company: Depositor Signature Card Entries for Washington, D. C., 1865-1868. David E. Neimeyer. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 210 pp. N0575 - $18.00 Freedman's Savings and Trust Company: Depositor Signature Card Entries for Washington, D. C., 1870-1871. David E. Neimeyer. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 284 pp. N0625 - $22.00 The Directory of Washington, D. C. - 1827. S. A. Elliot. (1827), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 108 pp. Name, occupation, and residence of each head of a family and persons in business. E0434 - $11.50 Index to District of Columbia Land Records, 1792-1817. Wesley E. Pippenger. (2009), 2010, 7x10, paper, 470 pp. These entries include: grantor, grantee, person(s) being bonded, person qualifying for military or public position, parties to civil suits, owner or property being surveyed, etc. Not included in this index are place names or other names buried within individual records.P5249 $47.00 District of Columbia Marrige Records Index, January 20, 1892 to August 30, 1896 (Marriage Record Books 31 to 40). Wesley E. Pippenger. (2009), 2010, 7x10, paper, 500 pp. This index represents marriage records for not only residents of the District of Columbia, but also neighboring Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere. P5250 - $49.00 District of Columbia Marrige Records Index, August 31, 1896 to December 17, 1900 (Marriage Record Books 41 to 65). Wesley E. Pippenger. (2009), 2010, 7x10, paper, 452 pp. This index represents marriage records for not only residents of the District of Columbia, but also neighboring Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere.P5251 - $46.00 District of Columbia Marriage Licenses. Register 1: 1811-1858. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 674 pp. Names of the bride and groom and the date of license. P0354 - $47.00 District of Columbia Marriage Licenses. Register 2: 1858-1870. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1996), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 494 pp. Names of the bride and groom and the date of license. P0017 - $34.00 District of Columbia Marriage Records 18701877. Dorothy S. Provine. 1997, index, 337 pp. Data from volumes entitled Record of Marriages in the clerk's office of the Supreme Court of the District of Columbia. P0023 - $28.00

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District of Columbia Marriage Records Index, 1877-1885. Wesley E. Pippenger and Dorothy S. Provine. (1997), 2000, 5½x8½, 518 pp. Covers Marriage Books 11 through 20. P0563 - $37.00 District of Columbia Marriage Records Index, October 20, 1885 to January 20, 1892: Marriage Record Books 21 to 30. Wesley E. Pippenger. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 534 pp. This index represents marriage records for not only residents of the District of Columbia, but also neig oring Virginia, Maryland, and elsewhere. The compiler found numerous instances where both the groom and bride resided more than a hundred miles away. This index lists names of bride and groom, place of residence if known, date of marriage (or license), book number and page number. P0851 - $39.00 Daily National Intelligencer Index to Deaths 1855-1870. Wesley E. Pippenger. 2004, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 144 pp. P3171 - $33.00 District of Columbia Interments (Index to Deaths) January 1, 1855 to July 31, 1874. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1999), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 442 pp. These death records typically contain the Register page number; name of the deceased; occupation; age in years, months, days, weeks, hours or minutes; race; nativity; date of death; and burial place. P0154 - $49.00 District of Columbia Foreign Deaths, 18881923. Wesley E. Pippenger. 2005, 6x9, paper, 300 pp. These "foreign death" records were kept when remains were handled by a District of Columbia undertaker or the remains were in other ways associated with a District of Columbia burying ground. P3186 - $29.50 Dead People on the Move: Reconstruction of the Georgetown Presbyterian Burying Ground, Holmead's (Western) Burying Ground, and other Removals in the District of Columbia. Wesley E. Pippenger. 2004, 6x9, paper, index, 546 pp. Presbyterian Burying Ground is the primary focus here. Entries for known burials and possible burials contain varying amounts of information. P3194 - $43.00 Index to District of Columbia Wills, 1921-1950. Dorothy S. Provine. 8½x11, paper, 351 pp. Lists name, year and box number at the D. C. Archives. P0001 - $37.50 William King's Mortality Books: Volume 1, 1795-1832. Jane Donovan and Carlton Fletcher. (2001), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 250 pp. Burials in the Georgetown section of Washington, District of Columbia, for which William King built the coffins (1795-1832). D1853 - $25.50 William King's Mortality Books, Volume 2, 1833-1863. Jane Donovan and Carlton Fletcher. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 140 pp. Burials in the Georgetown section of Washington, District of Columbia, for which William King built the coffins (1833-1863). D2522 - $20.00 Proceedings of the Orphan's Court, Washington County, District of Columbia, 1801-1808. Wesley E. Pippenger. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 98 pp. A series of minutes for the Orphan's Court of the City and the County of Washington, D. C.; full transcripts. P0065 - $11.00

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District of Columbia Guardianship Index, 18021928. Wesley E. Pippenger. 1998, index, 401 pp. Indexes information found in both the D. C. Archives and the National Archives; nearly 19,000 entries. P6531 - $36.00 District of Columbia Probate Records, 18011852. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1996), 2003, 6x9, paper, index, 562 pp. Detailed abstracts of 1,260 wills and listings of 3,406 estate records. P0348 $41.00 District of Columbia Death Records: August 1, 1874 - July 31, 1879. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1997), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 409 pp. Index to 21,416 certificates of death filed with the District of Columbia health officer. P0446 - $32.50 District of Columbia Indentures of Apprenticeship, 1801-1893. Dorothy S. Provine. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 387 pp. Abstracts in Vols. 1-3 and 5-6. P0028 - $38.00 Selected Final Pension Payment Vouchers 18181864: District of Columbia. Alycon Trubey Pierce, CG. 1998, paper, index, 235 pp. Records for the District of Columbia pension office, covering Revolutionary War and other pensioners; includes widows, places and length of residence. Contains more than D.C. residents. P0038 - $25.00 Compensated Emancipation in the District of Columbia: Petitions under the Act of April 16, 1862. Dorothy S. Provine. (2005), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 280 pp. Abstracts of petitions submitted by ex-slaveholders seeking monetary compensation for their slaves freed by the District of Columbia emancipation act of 1862. A typical owner's petition listed for each bondsman his or her name, age, physical description, occupations, how title was acquired, and an estimated value. P3183 - $40.00 National Intelligencer and Washington Advertiser Newspaper Abstracts. Joan M. Dixon. 5½x8½, paper, index. Entries include classified ads, presidential appointments, marriage and death notices, congressional lists, advertisements, runaway slave notices and reward postings, tax lists, notable court cases, letters, accounts of military affairs, maritime information and other noteworthy events in and around the nation's capital. Please see our website for larger descriptions. 1800-1805. (1996), 2006, 309 pp. D0392 - $26.00 1806-1810. (1996), 2006, 275 pp. D9596 - $26.00 1811-1813. (1997), 2007, 378 pp. D0658 - $32.00 1814-1817. (1997), 2007, 390 pp. D0707 - $28.50 1818-1820. (1997), 2005, 432 pp. D0830 - $32.00 1821-1823. (1998), 2006, 524 pp. D0948 - $42.00 1824-1826. (1999), 2006, 516 pp. D1086 - $41.50 1827-1829. (1999), 2006, 580 pp. D1185 - $45.50 1830-1831. 1999, 468 pp. D1309 - $38.50 1832-1833. 2000, 563 pp. D1428 - $45.00 1834-1835. 2000, 549 pp. D1602 - $39.50 1836-1837. (2001), 2006, 644 pp. D1985 - $45.50 1838-1839. (2002), 2007, 632 pp. D2186 - $44.50 1840. 2003, 478 pp. D1733 - $36.00 1841. 2003, 516 pp. D2368 - $34.00 1842. 2004, 5½x8½, 550 pp. D2520 - $44.00 1843. 2005, 652 pp. D3133 - $50.00 1844. (2005), 2006, 614 pp. D3279 - $46.00 1845. 2006, 593 pp. D4073 - $43.00 1846. 2006, 678 pp. D4072 - $48.00 1847. 2007, 674 pp. D4475 - $49.00

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1848. 2007, 536 pp. D4476 - $41.00 1849. 2007, 578 pp. D4182 - $43.00 1850. 2007, 590 pp. D4183 - $44.00 1851. 2008, 638 pp. D4569 - $47.00 1852. 2008, 640 pp. D4570 - $47.00 1853. 2008, 598 pp. D4632 - $44.50 1854. 2008, 518 pp. D4633 - $40.00 1855. 2008, 560 pp. D4771 - $42.50 1856. 2008, 512 pp. D4772 - $40.00 1857. 2009, 632 pp. D4789 - $46.50 1858. 2008, 558 pp. D4793 - $42.50 1859. 2009, 434 pp. D4792 - $35.50 1866. 2009, 696 pp. D4790 - $50.00 Jan 1, 1869 thru Jan 8, 1870. 2009, 582 pp. D4787 - $44.00 Daily National Intelligencer, Washington, District of Columbia Marriages and Deaths Notices (January 1, 1851 to December 30, 1854). Wesley E. Pippenger. (1999), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 352 pp. This work continues with transcripts of marriage and death notices--the District of Columbia began keeping public death records on 1 January 1855. P0020 - $39.50 Special Edition, The Civil War Years: Vol. 1: Jan. 1, 1861-June 30, 1863. (2000), 2007, 652 pp. D1839 - $47.00 Special Edition, The Civil War Years: Vol. 2: July 1, 1863-Dec. 31, 1865. (2000), 2007, 640 pp. D4381 - $46.00 Abstracts of the Newspapers of Georgetown and the Federal City, 1789-99. F. Edward Wright. (1986), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 119 pp. Advertisements, debtors, escaped servants and slaves, letters at post office, marriages, deaths, stray animals, and land sales W0607 - $15.00 District of Columbia Runaway and Fugitive Slave Cases, 1848-1863. Jerry M. Hynson. 1999, 5½x8½, paper, index, 145 pp. Essential data on runaways. H0069 - $14.50 The Georgetown Courier Marriage and Death Notices: Georgetown, District of Columbia, November 18, 1865 to May 6, 1876. Wesley E. Pippenger. (1998), 2000, 8½x11, index, paper, 218 pp. Predominantly news of deaths, sometimes described in detail. Marriage notices are given a routine format in general. P0073 - $31.00 Georgetown, District of Columbia, Marriage and Death Notices, 1801-1838. Wesley E. Pippenger. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 344 pp. Marriage and death notices in nine newspapers published in Georgetown during the period 18011838. P0945 - $32.00 The Georgetown Directory for the Year 1830: to which is appended, A Short Description of the Churches, Public Institutions, and the Original Charter of Georgetown, and Extracts of the Laws Pertaining to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. Wesley Pippenger. (1830), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 56 pp. to which is appended, A Short Description of the Churches, Public Institutions, and the Original Charter of Georgetown, and Extracts of the Laws Pertaining to the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal Company. Wesley Pippenger. An alphabetical name listing that includes occupation and residence, with additional material of historical interest. P3224 $10.00

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Georgetown, District of Columbia 1850 Federal Population Census (Schedule I) and 1853 Directory of Residents of Georgetown. Wesley E. Pippenger. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, map, 252 pp. Names 7,643 persons. Supplemented with a directory of persons taken from the 1853 D. C. and Georgetown Directory. P0407 - $31.50

FLORIDA

Florida's First Families: Translated Abstracts of Pre-1821 Spanish Censuses, Volume 1. Donna Rachal Mills. (1992), 2009, 6x9, paper, index, 214 pp. The translated and abstracted censuses presented in this work begin with 1786--the first year following the final British removal--and end with 1814, by which time the Anglo population was once again on the increase. None are complete: portions have been lost or destroyed; military personnel were omitted; and in some cases, families inhabiting outlying regions were originally missed or passed over. M5034 $25.00

Florida 1860 Agricultural Census. Linda L. Green. (2002), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 186 pp. Name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock, and more information available on the agricultural census. G0921 - $25.00 Florida's Unfortunates: The 1880 Federal Census: Defective, Dependent, and Delinquent Classes. Donna Rachal Mills. 1993, 6x9, paper, index, 103 pp. M0008 - $22.00 Too Late For Blood: Florida Volunteers in The Mexican War. Russell D. James. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 152 pp. In 1846, American men from every state but three joined the volunteer forces heading for Mexico. Floridians did not initially send troops to the front. Florida was a young state, having entered the Union scarcely a year earlier. By the time the Florida Volunteers arrived in Mexico, it was too late for them to give or take blood in battle. J3597 - $21.00

Seminole Indians of Florida: 1875-1879. Raymond C. Lantz. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 438 pp. "All of the information in this book has been transcribed from the records of the Department of Interior, Bureau of Indian Affairs Records, which are part of the holdings of the National Archives in Washington, DC. These annuity and per capita rolls were taken to determine the eligibility of persons of Indian descent to receive payment of monies as the result of U.S. Congressional Legislation and Treaties signed between the Indian tribes and the U.S. government." L0333 - $35.00 Florida 1850 Agricultural Census. Linda L. Green. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 126 pp. This volume includes the counties of Alachua, Benton, Calhoun, Columbia, Dade, Duval, Escambia, Franklin, Gadsden, Hamilton, Hillsborough, Holmes, Jackson, Jefferson, Leon, Levy, Madison, Marion, Monroe, Nassau, Orange, Putnam, St. Johns, Santa Rosa, Wakulla, Walton, and Washington. A list of the other types of information available on the agricultural census, and a surname index add to the value of this work. G4306 - $21.50

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Florida Land: Records of the Tallahassee and Newnansville General Land Office. Alvie L. Davidson. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 318 pp. Abstracts of claims to unsettled Florida wilderness land covering persons who were purchasing land, or receiving land, under the Florida Armed Occupation Act of 1842 or the Homestead Act of 1862. D0233 - $25.00 The History and Antiquities of the City of St. Augustine, Florida, Founded A. D. 1565. Comprising Some of the Most Interesting Portions of the Early History of Florida. George R. Fairbanks. (1858), 2003, paper, index, 221 pp. Focuses on the oldest European colonized city in the United States, from its first sighting by Juan Ponce de Leon to when it became part of the United States in 1821 up to the mid-1800s. Includes a new fullname index. F2253 - $21.50 The History of Saint Augustine, Florida, with an introductory account of the early Spanish and French attempts at exploration and settlement in the Territory of Florida. Together with sketches of events and objects of interest connected with the oldest town in the United States to which is added a short description of the climate and advantages of Saint Augustine as a health resort. William W. Dewhurst. (1885) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 191 pp. D3346 $17.50 "Census" Department of the South, November, 1864: For Jacksonville, Fernandina and St. Augustine, Florida. Ordered by the Department of the South, Hilton Head, South Carolina. Florida State Genealogical Society. 2007, 8½x11½, paper, 270 pp. A special census of eastern Florida conducted on the orders of Federal military authorities. F2208 - $35.00

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decade! Appendix includes biographical sketches of prominent Georgians and misc. items of interest. Early maps are included. S1930HB $29.50 Colonial Georgia Genealogical Data, 1748-1783. William H. Dumont. 1988, paper, index, 77 pp. Contains data unindexed in Georgia colonial records. D0036 - $7.50

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Georgia's Roster of the Revolution: Containing a List of the State's Defenders; Officers and Men; Soldiers and Sailors; Partisans and Regulars; Whether Enlisted from Georgia or Settled in Georgia After the Close of Hostilities. Lucian Lamar Knight. (1920), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 658 pp. This book contains approx. 9,000 names, and a vast assortment of interesting historical data pertaining to the Revolutionary War. It lists the names of the officers of the Georgia Battalion, February 16, 1776; the officers in the Continental Line of the Georgia Brigade (Infantry, Dragoons, Legionary Corps and General Staff); as well as officers and soldiers who made application for land under the Act of February 17, 1783. Other essential rosters are also included. K2004 - $46.00 Georgia Obituaries, 1905-1910. Jeannette Holland Austin. (199?), 2000, 5½x8½, alpha., 435 pp. Statewide abstracts from The Atlanta Georgian and The Atlanta Constitution newspapers. A0610 - $32.00 Pioneer Citizens' History of Atlanta, 1833-1902. The Pioneer Citizens' Society of Atlanta. (1902), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, c433 pp. History of the city with a 155-page biographical section. P1616 - $33.00 Georgia Bible Records, Supplement, 1772-1940. Jeannette Holland Austin. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 274 pp. Mainly from the Georgia State Archives folder collection, the Leonardo Andrea collection and the author's personal collection. A0588 - $22.00 Marriages, Deaths, Accidents, Duels and Runaways, Etc., Compiled from The Weekly Georgia Telegraph, Macon, Georgia. R. Newton Wilcox.5½x8½, paper, index. Marriage notices; death notices, accounts of accidents, duels and other tidbits of local concern bring this community to life. 1826-1828. 2004, 316 pp. W2507 - $29.50 1850-1853. 2002, 205 pp. W2162 - $25.00 1854-1857 2002, 206 pp W2248 - $24.00 1858-1860. 2003, 360 pp. W2369 - $33.00 Georgia 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 1 comprises the counties of Appling, Baker, Baldwin, Banks, Berrien, Bibb, Brooks, Bryan, Bullock, Burke, Butts, Calhoun, Camden, Campbell, Carroll, Cass, Catoosa, Chatham, Charlton, Chattahooche, Chattooga, and Cherokee. Linda L Green. (2003), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 228 pp. G3162 - $36.00 Georgia 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 2 comprises the counties of Clark, Clay, Clayton, Clinch, Cobb, Colquitt, Coffee, Columbia, Coweta, Crawford, Dade, Dawson, Decatur, DeKalb, Dooly, Dougherty, Early, Echols, Effingham, Elbert, Emanuel, Fannin, and Fayette. Linda L Green. (2003), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 238 pp. G3160 - $38.00 The Hell-Hole in Georgia. Jeffrey S. Dean. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 144 pp. The Atlanta Campaign in Paulding County, Georgia (May 22June 2, 1864), is remembered by combatants on both sides as the most desperate fighting of the entire war--a veritable "Hell-Hole." Seven maps, an "Order of Battle," endnotes, and an index enhance this work. D3377 - $18.00

1805 Georgia Land Lottery Fortunate Drawers and Grantees. Paul K. Graham. 2005, cloth, index. Documents the record of title transfer from the State of Georgia to an individual for each land lot distributed through the lottery process in 1805. G3120 - $35.00

1805 Georgia Land Lottery Persons Entitled to Draws. Paul K. Graham. 2005, 7x10, cloth, 648 pp. This list represents most of the households in the state in the year 1803 and is an invaluable substitute for Georgia's lost 1800 U.S. Federal Census. Corrects major errors and omissions found in the Wood publication. Contains: 23,940 participants, 500 non-participants. G3121 - $45.00 Georgia Families: A Bibliographic Listing of Books About Georgia Families. Donald M. Hehir. (1993), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 162 pp. This book provides, in one source, a comprehensive listing of all printed Georgian genealogies that have made their way into major library collections across the U.S. Arranged for ease of use, the entries are presented alphabetically according to surname, with a cross index to family and secondary names to help researchers find surnames that would otherwise remain buried within the text. H9800 - $20.00 The Georgians Database, Genealogical Notes. Jeannette Holland Austin. (1996), 2001, 6x9, paper, 420 pp. A collection of notes and brief genealogies pulled from newspaper records, marriages, probate records, deeds, as well as other sources. Over 4,500 entries. A0674 - $32.00 Passports Issued by the Governors of Georgia, 1785 to 1809 (also Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana). Mary G. Bryan. (1959), 5th printing, 1990, paper, 58 pp. Documents relating to individuals wishing to settle in the Indian lands in present day Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana from the Governor of Georgia. The index to this volume is found in Passports Issued by the Governors of Georgia, 1810 to 1820. B9021 - $12.00 Passports Issued by the Governors of Georgia, 1810 to 1820 (also Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana). Mary G. Bryan. (1959), 1990, paper, 58 pp. Documents relating to individuals wishing to settle in the Indian lands in present day Alabama, Mississippi, and Louisiana from the Governor of Georgia. B8028 - $12.00 Georgia Genealogical Gems. Margaret Elliott Higgins. 1981, paper, index, 190 pp. Containing twelve articles by five authors, this book sets out information regarding some French marriages, tax payers, legal notices, tax defaulters, slave owners, court records and much more. H0048 - $15.00

Discovering Genealogical Roots in Suwanee County, Florida (Late 1700's to Early 1900's). Harold Borden Bennett. (1997), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 148 pp. Based on the author's genealogical column in the Suwanee Democrat; includes how-to articles about research in the county, and transcriptions of a variety of records, including land grants; voter lists; wills; probate records; military and pension records; marriage records; tax lists; court cases; and burials. The best available source on this county. B0731 - $24.50 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Florida and Arkansas. Stewart Sifakis. (1992), 2007, paper, 5½x8½, 160 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. Civil War historians and genealogists with ties to Florida or Arkansas will want to own this volume that details the activities of their units in the Confederacy S0695 - $24.95

GEORGIA

A Gazetteer of the State of Georgia: Embracing a Particular Description of the Counties, Towns, Villages, Rivers, &c., and whatsoever is Usual in Geographies, and Minute Statistical Works. Adiel Sherwood. (1837), reprint, paper, index, 358 pp. There are countless tables of data and lists, plus brief histories of towns and settlements of note, but don't look for Atlanta; it won't exist for another

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History of the 14th Georgia Infantry Regiment. Ray Dewberry. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 136 pp. Descendents of veterans of the 14th Georgia Infantry regiment will find this book provides a living memory of their ancestors. D0913 - $17.50 Company A of the Fortieth Georgia Infantry Regiment in the Confederate Service. Dorothy Holland Herring. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 227 pp. Organized in Dallas, Paulding County, Georgia in 1862 and fought in Tenn., Miss., Ga. and N. C. H0620 - $19.00 Company C of the Twenty-Second Georgia Infantry Regiment in the Confederate Service. Dorothy Holland Herring. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. H0600 - $26.00 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: South Carolina and Georgia. Stewart Sifakis. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 322 pp. Details the activities of this states' units in the Confederacy. S0692 - $24.95 DeKalb County, Georgia, Probate Records. Jeannette Holland Austin. (1996), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 442 pp. Abstracts of Will Book A (1841-1869), Will Book B (1870-1889), Will Book C (1890-1919) and Sales and Appraisements, Book B (1852-1858). A0676 - $35.00 Georgia Cemeteries, Volume I: Fulton County. Penny Westfall. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 220 pp. Mainly 19th & 20th century inscriptions from a dozen cemeteries in Fulton County. W1342 - $22.00 Gone to Georgia: Jackson and Gwinnett Counties and their Neig ors in the Western Migration. William C. Stewart. (1965), 1999, paper, index, 326 pp. Continuation of 1800 Census for Pendleton District, SC. Examines people who followed the Great Road from Virginia and North Carolina's Yadkin country into South Carolina and northeastern Georgia. Contains the 1820 census also. S9030 - $18.00 Jackson County, Georgia Tombstones. Jeannette Holland Austin and Dorothy Holland Herring. (1969), 2001, 6x9, paper, index, 466 pp. Covers family cemeteries, church cemeteries, etc. A0710 - $35.00 1860 Paulding County, Georgia, Census. Jeannette Holland Austin. (1998), 2000, 5½x8½, alpha., 72 pp. Includes names of all household members, ages, where born, and district and town where they resided. A0618 - $12.00 Genealogy Extracted from Forest Service Court Cases in Rabun County, Georgia. Susan Lewis Koyle. (2001), 2007, paper, index, 426 pp. In 1913 the U.S. Forest Service started buying privately owned land in order to create the Chattahoochee National Forest. Because of unclear titles, it was necessary for the federal government to acquire much of this land through court proceedings. This book is a compilation of names, family relationships and other data found in the records of those proceedings. Over 6,000 names arranged in up to 6 generations of family genealogies are listed. K1756 - $32.00

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Newspapers and Periodicals of Illinois 18141879. Franklin William Scott. (1910), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 610 pp. History from the county's formation in 1734 to the end of Reconstruction in 1870, compiled mainly from original records. Included is the impact on the county of wars including the French & Indian War, the Revolutionary War and the Civil War. Also there are chapters on the courthouses, the many colonial churches, the physical features, historic homes and the various crimes and punishments in Orange County. An appendix contains a list of importations, a 1782 census, the will of President Madison, participants in the War of 1812 and the Revolutionary War, military commissions, a roster of Confederate Soldiers from 1861 to 1865, and members of the various conventions and of the Colonial House of Burgesses. S3784 - $47.50 A Gazetteer of Illinois In Three Parts Containing a General View of the State, a General View of Each County, and a particular description of each town, settlement, stream, prairie, bottom, bluff, etc.; alphabetically arranged. J. M. Peck. (1834), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 378 pp. Contains a new place-name index. P0782 - $32.00

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Yates Phalanx: The History of the Thirty-Ninth Regiment, Illinois Veteran Infantry in the War of Rebellion, 1861-1865. Charles M. Clark, M. D. and Frederick Charles Decker. 1994, 8½x11, paper, index, 419 pp. A detailed history of the regiment. D0152 - $56.50 Hard Dying Men: The Story of General W.H.L. Wallace, General T.E.G. Ransom, and Their Old Eleventh Illinois Infantry in the American Civil War (1861-1865). Jim Huffstodt. (1991), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 364 pp. Although this new work does discuss the role of the Eleventh in the various battles of the Civil War, the emphasis is on the human element of the war: how the soldiers felt, acted, and lived. The narrative allows us to follow the lives of these men, many of whom nobly leapt at the chance to defend their country, only to later learn the cost when they saw death on the battlefield for the first time. Extensive footnotes provide additional commentary to the narrative. H0510 - $32.00

Campaigns of the 38th Regiment of the Illinois Volunteer Infantry Company K, 18611863, The Diary of Elwood Patterson. Lowell Wayne Patterson. P0684

Indians of Illinois. Helen Cox Tregillis. (1983), 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, 166 pp. Selected biographies of local early Native Americans, including such well-known Indians as Big Foot, Black Hawk, Pontiac, and Tecumseh, among many others. T0502 - $26.50

History of the Disciples of Christ in Illinois, 1819-1914. Nathaniel S. Haynes. (1915), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., c685 pp. Covers each new church and ministry founded between the years 1819 and 1914. Genealogists will benefit from over 170 pages of biographical sketches of notable Disciples. H1458 - $48.00

Illinois, the 14th Colony: French Period . Helen Cox Tregillis. 2000, paper, fullname + subject index, 105 pp. This work recounts the history and contributions of the French explorers, missionaries, traders and settlers in the Illinois country and along the Mississippi River. Chapters include: "The Early French Explorers;" "Joliet and Marquette;" "Explorations by LaSalle;" "The Griffin;" "LaSalle and Tonti;" "Fort St. Louis/Starved Rock/Fort Crevecouer;" "Early Church Missions;" "Fort St. Louis at Pimiteoui;" "Village of Kaskaskia;" "Fort Chartres;" "Village of Prairie du Rocher;" and "France Loses Illinois." Another chapter, "Early Illinois French Records," contains abstracts of miscellaneous records, 16801750. T1466 - $15.00 Grand Army of the Republic, Department of Illinois: Transcription of the Death Rolls, 18791947. Dennis Northcott and Thomas Brooks. 2003, 8½x11, paper, 537 pp. This book contains death records of more than 32,000 members of the Department of Illinois, who served in Civil War regiments from thirty-six states. N3440 - $30.00 Glimpses of Glory: The Regimental History of the 61st Illinois Volunteers with Regimental Roster. Drew D. Dukett. (2000), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 170 pp. March with the 61st Illinois Volunteers through the American Civil War in the Western Theater to understand the character of the men who fought to preserve the Union during our nation's greatest challenge. D1405 - $22.50

Collections of the Illinois State Historical Society, Vol 5, Virginia Series, Kaskaskia Records, 1778-1790. Clarence Alvord. (1909), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index. A3012 Meet My Waterloo: A Midwestern American Boyhood. Lloyd R Engelbrecht. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 186 pp. Memoir of a boy growing up during WW II in a midwestern town of mostly immigrant German descendants. E2559 - $25.50 Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois, 1861-1862. Allen C. Fuller. (1863, 1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 430 pp. Lists Illinois regiments and commissioned officers. F0228 - $30.00 An Index of Headstones in Lincoln Cemetery, Chicago, Illinois. Alabama Study Group of the Afro-American Genealogy and Historical Society of Chicago. 1999, 5½x8½, paper, 577 pp. The largest African American cemetery in the Chicago area. More than 27,000 headstones from the original section of "Historic" Lincoln Cemetery. A1375 - $46.00

History of Dupage County, Illinois. C.W. Richmond. (1877, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 280 pp. This book covers the period from the first settlement in 1825 to the year the book was originally printed, 1877. A new fullname index is included. R1197 - $26.00

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Biographics and Genealogical Abstracts from Hardin County, Illinois, Newspapers, 1872-1938. Ed Ferrell. (1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 374 pp. This book helps to reconstruct some of the records destroyed in courthouse fires in Hardin Co., IL. The early newspapers of Hardin are rich in genealogical information. The first half of the book contains death notices which are arranged chronologically and often include name, dates of birth and death, and names of family members. Each entry is followed by a citation which gives the newspaper and date of the issue in which the notice appeared. The second half of the book is made up of biographies, arranged alphabetically. The information in these articles is quite extensive, detailing marriages, children, occupations, personal qualities, inventions, catastrophic weather events, Civil War service, anecdotes and more. These biographies sometimes contain oral histories and are supplemented with lists of documentation. A fullname index is included. F1290 - $32.00 History of the Early Settlers of Sangamon County, Illinois. John Carroll Power. (1876) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 2 vols., 798 pp. Biographical sketches of the individual members of the first families to settle Sangamon Co. P1018 $54.50

People and Rural Schools of Shelby County, Illinois. Helen Cox Tregillis. (1984, 2001), 2010, 8½x11, paper, indices, 248 pp. School history, 1827-1948, with sketches of 17 Shelby County School Superintendents. T1722 - $30.50

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Quincy, Illinois, Immigrants from Munsterland, Westphalia, Germany: Volume II. Michael K. Brinkman. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 432 pp. This volume contains biographical sketches of the 1,456 known immigrants who came to Quincy, Illinois from Münsterland, Germany. Entries are numbered and arranged alphabetically by surname. Indices to names and places complete this volume. B5047 - $35.00

Fergus' Directory of the City of Chicago, 1839, along with Biographical Sketches of Some of the Early Settlers of the City of Chicago. Robert Fergus. (1876), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 140 pp. This volume includes two sections: Fergus' Directory of the City of Chicago 1839 and Biographical Sketches of Some of the Early Settlers of the City of Chicago. The Directory includes city and county officers, churches, public buildings, hotels, a list of sheriffs of Cook County and mayors of the city since it was organized; together with a Poll-list of the First City Election (Tuesday, May 2, 1837) and a list of purchasers of lots in the Fort Dearborn Addition with the number of lots and the price paid in 1839. The biographical sketches cover: William H. Brown, Benjamin W. Raymond, J. Young Scammon, Charles Walker and Thomas Church. F3014 - $16.50 Fithian [Illinois]: A Diary of a Small Town. Richard Cannon. (2002), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 586 pp. A well-documented study of the village of Fithian. C2183 - $52.50 Indian Creek Massacre and Captivity of Hall Girls: Complete History of the Massacre of Sixteen White. Charles M. Scanlan. (1915), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. Witness the capture of Sylvia and Rachel Hall amidst the slaughter and mutilation of their family and friends in Illinois, followed by their captivity, rescue and subsequent lives. S2177 - $21.50

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Indiana

Civil War Veterans: Transcription of the Death Rolls of the Department of Indiana, Grand Army of the Republic, 1882-1948. Dennis Northcott. 2005, 8½x11, paper, 400 pp. This transcription of the Department of Indiana death rolls was compiled primarily from Journals in the holdings of the University of Illinois Library (Urbana) and the Library of Congress, and contains records of more than 22,000 comrades, who served in Civil War units from thirty-one states. N3441 - $30.00 Early Life and Times in Boone County Indiana. Samuel Harden. (1887) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 539 pp. History with biographical sketches of some of the prominent citizens. H2301 - $43.00

Westfall Cemetery, Copley Township, Knox County, Illinois: Cemetery Layout. Michael T. Osler. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 72 pp. Volume I contains an abstract of the actual sexton records of Westfall Cemetery. These records show all of the burials from 1845 to the present, along with notations by the caretakers showing dates for birth and death, relationships, and more. O5003 $13.00 Westfall Cemetery, Copley Township, Knox County, Illinois: Cemetery History. Michael T. Osler. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 320 pp. Volume II includes 383 obituaries out of the 660 individuals buried there. It contains 2,677 names of those interred and their surviving relatives-a complete genealogical reference book for Knox Co., the Westfall family and its 145 allied lines. O5004 - $29.00

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Hinshaw's Historical Index of Winchester, Indiana, Newspapers, 1857-1984. Gregory P. Hinshaw. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 458 pp. The organization of the entire work is an alphabetical index, which gives readers quick and comprehensive access to historical records and facts (once "lost" in Winchester, Indiana, newspapers) about nearly every topic imaginable in Randolph County history. H5013 - $37.00 Indiana Miscellany: Consisting of Sketches of Indian Life, the Early Settlements, Customs, and Hardships of the People, and the Introduction of the Gospel and of Schools. Together with Biographical Notices of the Pioneer Methodist Preachers of the State. William C. Smith. (1867, 2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 312 pp. The light-hearted narrative style of this work makes it an enjoyable and interesting read. The author covers a wide variety of topics including religion, education, politics, meetings, and the general pains and pleasures of life in early Indiana. S2229 - $26.50

The New Harmony Movement. George B. Lockwood. (1905), illus., original full name plus subject index, paper, 404 pp. New Harmony began as a German community established by disciples of the Pietist, George Rapp. Later, New Harmony became the promised land of Robert Owen's social experiment in an ideal state of society based on the supposed communism of the early Christians. It was the scene of an ambitious effort at social regeneration. Among other things, the Owenites espoused abolition and women's rights. This book gives a brief history of the Rappites followed by an in-depth study of the rise and fall of Owenism. It discusses the religious agitation in England which initiated the New Harmony Movement, the "new moral world," establishment of the preliminary society and the "permanent community," the social system on trial, community progress and community disintegration, women in New Harmony, the educational experiment, and biographical information about Robert Owen. The book gives an equitable treatment of the ideals of the movement, as well as an analysis of the causes of its collapse. Contains illustrations of the community and portraits of some of the members. L1868 - $35.50 Dearborn County, Indiana, Cemetery Records, Volume A. Milton A. Masing. 2000, 8½x11, paper, index, map, 2 vols., 878 pp. Encompasses Lawrenceburg Township and contains listings from the following cemeteries: St. John's Church, Miller, Guard Family, Rees Family, Wymond Family, Pike-Gages Family, the Greendale and Lawrenceburg Public Cemeteries and the Hardinsburg Cemeteries. M1465 - $97.00

Dearborn County, Indiana, Cemetery Records, Volume B: Aurora and Center Township. Milton A. Masing. (2000), 2008, 8½x11, paper, fullname index, 2 vols., 580 pp. Contains the following cemeteries: Riverview Public Cemetery; Lindsay, Cheek, Buffington, Cobb, Langley, Speakman, Hopping, Holman and Probst Family Cemeteries; Holman Hill Cemetery; Conwell Street Cemetery; and Northside Aurora Cemetery. M1505 - $66.50 Dearborn County, Indiana, Cemetery Records: Volume C. Milton A. Masing. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 398 pp. A typical entry includes name of deceased, kindred, date of birth, date of death, and age. Photographs and cemetery maps enhance the text M3185 - $61.00

Quincy, Illinois, Immigrants from Munsterland, Westphalia, Germany: Volume I. Michael K. Brinkman. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 322 pp. Volume I deals with the life of the emigrants in Germany, their voyage to America and their life in Quincy, Illinois. These pages offer a detailed account of the history of Quincy from the unique perspective of a Münsterland immigrant. B5046 - $29.50

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Dearborn County, Indiana, Cemetery Records, Volume D: Jackson Township, Kelso Township, Manchester Township, York Township and Addendum. Milton A. Masing. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 392 pp. Covers the northwest section of the county. Information varies for each entry, but typically includes: name of deceased, kindred, date of birth, date of death, and age. Contains photos and maps. M4672 - $42.00 The Making of a Township: Fairmount Township, Grant Co., Indiana, 1829 to 1917. Edgar M. Baldwin. (1917), 2008, paper, index, 504 pp. Heavy on biographical information about the early families in the township. B1917 - $39.50 Hancock County, Indiana, Court Records: Will Indexes, 1828-1950, Probate Indexes, 18281948, Births-Court Recorded, 1867-1919. Sue Baker, GRS. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 215 pp. All nine townships in the county are represented in these indexes. B1528 - $24.50 Hancock County, Indiana Tombstone Inscriptions: One Hundred Years, 1833-1933. Sue Baker. (1993), 2006, 5½x8½, index, 618 pp. Includes tombstone inscriptions for 92 cemeteries family, church and neig orhood. B0924 - $45.00 Hancock County, Indiana, Civil War Soldiers Plus Related Facts. Sue Baker. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 552 pp. More than 2000 names have been compiled from primary military sources, official Hancock County records, newspapers of the era, and numerous secondary sources. Wherever possible, the author has included brief biographies. B2181 - $42.00 St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Records: Baptisms, 1749-1838, Knox County, Indiana. Barbara Schull Wolfe. (1999), 2008, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 148 pp. Parents are identified. W1117 - $27.00 St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church Records: Marriages and Deaths, 1749-1838, Knox County, Indiana. Barbara Schull Wolfe. (1999), 2008, 8½x11, paper, 114 pp. Contained herein is the record of marriages and deaths in Knox County, Indiana, for the years 1749 to 1838 as documented by the St. Francis Xavier Catholic Church of Vincennes. Barbara Schull Wolfe has reorganized the records of the St. Francis Xavier Church into an alphabetical listing by surname. Marriage entries include the fullnames and maiden names of both spouses and the date on which they were married. Death records note date of death, age of the deceased, place of residence, cause of death and additional personal information whenever known. A cross-reference of deceased spouses is provided. In some cases entries include further data concerning previous marriages and racial heritage. A brief historical sketch is provided in the introduction by Robert B. Copeland. W1140 - $22.00

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History of St. Joseph County, Indiana. Chapman Publishing Company. (1880), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 1054 pp. This twovolume set is divided into two sections, The first is a history of Indiana, which includes accounts of the pre-historic races, aborigines, the French, English and American conquests, and a general review of its civil, political and military history. The second is the history of St. Joseph County that includes sketches of its cities, villages and townships; educational, religious, civil, military and political history; portraits of prominent persons and biographies of representative citizens. C2081 - $73.00

Back Creek Friends Cemetery Burial Records, Revised Edition. Ralph D. Kirkpatrick. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, maiden name index, 127 pp. A comprehensive inventory of Mississinewa Friends Cemetery, Deer Creek Friends Cemetery, Little Ridge Friends Cemetery and Oak Ridge Friends Cemetery. K1662 - $17.00 Local History And Genealogy Abstracts From Marion, Indiana Newspapers, 1876-1880. Ralph D. Kirkpatrick. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. Marriages, births and deaths are recorded, often in some detail. Local institutions, including churches and schools, continued to develop and their pastors, officers and members are often noted. Abstracts are presented alphabetically by surname. K2189 - $24.50 Local History and Genealogy Abstracts from Marion, Indiana, Newspapers, 1881-1885. Ralph D. Kirkpatrick, Ph. D. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, alpha., 272 pp. Marriages, deaths, and business enterprises of local Civil War veterans comprise much of the Marion and Grant County news from 1881 through 1885. These abstracts are presented alphabetically by surname, followed by a maiden name index. K2558 - $28.00 1880 Federal Census for Pike County, Indiana. Michael Lester Lance. 2002, 8½x11, paper, 521 pp. This enhanced census transcription recreates and clearly displays every detail included on the original 1880 census for Pike County, Indiana...page by page. L2266 - $57.50 Early Settlers of Indiana's Gore, 1803-1820. Shirley Keller Mikesell. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 414 pp. A major collection of personal data from a variety of sources. M0254 $34.50 History of St. Joseph County, Indiana. Chapman & Co. (1880), 2007, paper, index, 2 vols., 1054 pp. Two-volume set divided into two sections, The first is a history of Indiana, which includes accounts of the pre-historic races, aborigines, the French, English and American conquests, and a general review of its civil, political and military history. The second is the history of St. Joseph County that includes sketches of its cities, villages and townships; educational, religious, civil, military and political history; portraits of prominent persons and biographies of representative citizens. C2081 - $70.00 Local History and Genealogical Abstracts from Upland, Indiana, Newspapers, 1891-1901. Ralph D. Kirkpatrick. 1999, 5½x8½, paper, maiden name index, 209 pp. Includes all items of genealogical interest. K1407 - $21.50

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Reclaiming African Heritage at Salem, Indiana. Coy D. Robbins. (1995), 2004, 8½x11, paper, 234 pp. Genealogical, historical, and legal facts highlight the founding of African American communities in Salem R0325 - $47.00 Newspaper Abstracts from The Hoosier State, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana. Carolyn Schwab. 8½x11, paper, index. These abstracts of newspaper articles welcome you into the Newport community and introduce you to the people that lived there. An interesting glimpse into the area and the era. January 2, 1868 to December 25, 1873. 2005, 312 pp. S0964 - $52.00 January 1, 1874 to December 30, 1875. 2005, 292 pp. S0965 - $50.00 January 6, 1876 to December 27, 1877. 2005, 296 pp. S0966 - $50.00 January 3, 1878 to December 31, 1879. 2005, 262 pp. S0967 - $46.50 January 1, 1890 - December 30, 1891. 2008, 344 pp. S4673 - $38.50 January 4, 1888 - December 25, 1889. 2008. S4674 - $31.00 The Hoosier State Newspapers, 1880-1881. Carolyn Schwab. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 292 pp. These abstracts of newspaper articles welcome you into the Newport community and introduce you to the people that lived there, along with an interesting glimpse into the area and the era. S3177 - $49.50 Newspaper Extracts from "The Hoosier State" Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1882 to December 1885. Carolyn Schwab. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 266 pp. These newspaper abstracts introduce the people of Newport; with a glimpse of the area and the era. S4205 - $37.50 Newspaper Extracts from "The Hoosier State" Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January, 1886 to December 28, 1887. Carolyn Schwab. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, c280 pp. These abstracts of newspaper articles welcome you into the Newport, Indiana, community and introduce you to the people that lived there, along with an interesting glimpse into the area and the era. S4204 - $39.00

Newspaper Extracts from "The Hoosier State" Newspapers, Newport, Vermillion County, Indiana, January 6, 1892 - December 27, 1893. Carolyn Schwab. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 338 pp. These abstracts of newspaper articles welcome you into the Newport, Indiana, community and introduce you to the people that lived there, along with an interesting glimpse into the area and the era. S5195 - $38.00 A History of the City of Vincennes, Indiana, from 1702 to 1901. Henry S. Cauthorn. (1902) reprint, paper, index, 240 pp. Vincennes is the oldest town in Indiana. Distinguished citizens, including Gen. George Rogers Clark, Gen. Hyacinthe Lasselle, Zachary Taylor, and others are discussed. C1809 - $22.00

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German Settlers of Iowa: Their Descendants and European Ancestors, Third Edition. Margaret Krug Palen. 2009, 6x9, paper, index, 752 pp. There is great interest in genealogy today along with an increasing search for family health history. In this third edition, readers will discover a dictionary that chronicles the past centuries including wars, disease, and longevity of life. P3981 - $55.00 Amana: William Rufus Perkins' and Barthinius L. Wick's History of the Amana Society, or Community of True Inspiration. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 103 pp. Amana (the Society of True Inspiration) was a settlement of German pietists in Iowa, consisting of 7 villages along the Iowa River, founded by German mystics who traced their religious ancestry back to the pietists of the 16th and 17th centuries. Amana, established in 1854, has become one of the major tourist attractions in the Midwest. This history was originally published in 1891. Includes a new introduction and full name index. T1482 - $14.50

History of Butler County, Iowa. Union Publishing Company. (1883, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 582 pp. Follows the early settlers up to1883 with historical and biographical information. U1343 - $43.00 History of Spirit Lake Massacre! Lorenzo Porter Lee. (1857), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 50 pp. Indians descended upon the Spirit Lake, killing the men and children, capturing fourteen-year-old Abigail and three other women. She endured a terrifying ordeal of brutality and hardship on her six-week journey to the Sioux village where she was sold to another tribe, who in turn took her to Minnesota for ransom. A classic captivity account. L3405 - $6.25

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Diggin' Up Bones: Obituaries of Deerfield, Fairview, and Miscellaneous Kearny County Cemeteries, Kearny County, Kansas. Betty Barnes. (1997), 2009 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 336 pp. The vast majority of the book (about 300 pages) deals with the large Deerfield Cemetery, of which a map is provided. The second part deals with the smaller Fairview Cemetery and the final section is a miscellaneous listing of obituaries dating back to 1877, before Kearny County was organized. B0790 - $26.50 Diggin' Up Bones, Part I and II: Obituaries of Lakin and Hartland Cemeteries, Kearny County, Kansas. Betty Barnes. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 848 pp. Arranged alphabetically, the burials cover 1875 through 1994. Each entry typically contains information from the original obituary for the deceased. This can include vital records and a short biography of the deceased. B0370 - $70.00 Diggin' Up Bones, Book IV: Obituaries of Kendall Lydia German Lutheran, Lydia Lutheran, Lydia Methodist, and Shockey Cemeteries -Located in Grant, Hamilton and Wichita County, Kansas. Betty Barnes. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, map, 196 pp. Contains hundreds of entries that are then tied to extended families. B1878 - $22.00

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Kentucky Families: A Bibliographic Listing of Books About Kentucky Families. Donald M. Hehir. (1993), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 204 pp. With over 1500 Kentuckian surnames referenced in this major new work, Mr. Hehir provides, in one source, a comprehensive listing of all printed Kentuckian genealogies and family histories that have made their way into major library collections across the United States. Arranged for ease of use, the entries are presented alphabetically according to surname, with a cross index to family and secondary names to help researchers find surnames that would otherwise remain buried within the text. H0869 - $22.00 The Discovery, Settlement and Present State of Kentucke. John Filson. (1784), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, new index, 124 pp. This book tracks the settlement, natural history and topography of the nation's fifteenth state, from the first white man to land at the mouth of the Kentucky River (in 1754) to the book's original publication in 1784. F0474 $16.00 In Search of Morgan's Station and "The Last Indian Raid in Kentucky". Harry G. Enoch. 1997, 5½x8½, paper, index, append., bibl., illus., maps, 232 pp. History of the 1793 Indian raid on Morgan's Station in which a band of about thirtyfive Shawnee and Cherokee Indians attacked this small fort. E0604 - $22.00 The Founding of Harman's Station With An Account of the Indian Captivity of Mrs. Jennie Wiley: and the Exploration and Settlement of The Big Sandy Valley in the Virginias and Kentucky. William Elsey Connelley. (1910), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 236 pp. The founding of Harman's Station on the Louisa River was directly caused by a tragedy as dark and horrible as any ever perpetrated by the savages upon the exposed and dangerous frontier of Virginia. The destruction of the home of Thomas Wiley in the valley of Walker's Creek, the murder of his children, the captivity of his wife by savages and her miraculous escape were the first incidents in a series of events in the history of Kentucky which properly belong to the annals of the Big Sandy Valley. C0168 - $23.00 The Big Sandy Valley: A History of the People and Country from the Earliest Settlement to the Present. William Ely. (1887), 2007, 5½x8½, index, illus., 510 pp. Consists primarily of biographical and genealogical sketches of the families of the Ky. counties of Boyd, Lawrence, Elliott, Morgan, Magoffin, Martin, Floyd, Johnson, Pike, Perry, and Knox. E0052 - $37.50 The Personnel of George Rogers Clark's Fort Jefferson and the Civilian Community of Clarksville (Kentucky), 1780-1781. Kenneth Charles Carstens. (1999), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. Over 500 who lived, garrisoned, farmed, and died here. C1183 - $24.00 George Rogers Clark's Fort Jefferson 17801781, Kentucky's Outpost on the Western Frontier. Kenneth C Carstens. (2005), 2006, 6x9, paper, index, 270 pp. Fort Jefferson, Ky., was constructed at the command of the Virginia government. Here, for the first time, is the complete story of the fort, and the many heroes and heroines of Revolutionary America on Virginia's western frontier C3322 - $35.50

University United Methodist Church, Kansas City, Kansas, Records, 1919-2009, Members, Baptisms, Marriages, Deaths, Ministers. Lavone Johnson Anglen. 2009, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 162 pp. Information gleaned from church records includes: baptisms, marriages, deaths, memberships (from both Kansas and Missouri counties), and ministers for 1919 through 2008 and well into 2009. A5020 - $26.00

The Life and Times of Lawman Joe Thralls. Tom S. Coke. (2006), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 206 pp. Joe Thralls spent his entire career as a lawman and town leader in Wellington, a much-traveled area of the west, situated near the Chisholm Trail in Sumner County, Kansas. He was a respected member of Wellington from his arrival in 1871 till his death nearly fifty-seven years later. Sumner County, between 1870 and 1885, probably saw as much Wild West action as anywhere in the country. C3561 - $27.00 Old West Justice in Belle Plaine, Kansas. Tom S. Coke. (2002), 2007, paper, index, 168 pp. On November 14, 1884, members of the small farm community of Belle Plaine, Kansas, lynched one of its marshals after the marshal shot a citizen. This is the story of Belle Plaine's "Black Friday," its history, its players, its place in the American West. C2047 - $17.00

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Caldwell: Kansas Border Cow Town. Tom S. Coke. (2005), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. The history of Caldwell, Kansas, goes from one crisis to another, from killings to lynchings, shootouts to search parties, bank openings to bank busts. Between 1870 and 1885, its reputation as a rip snorting pleasure spot for trail drivers at the end of the trail beat all the competition. C3569 $25.50 History of Emporia and Lyon County, Kansas. Laura M. French. (1929), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 286 pp. This book traces the development of both a town and the county in which it resides from their origins in the 1850s through the original publication. The first half of the book provides a chronological account of the development of Emporia. Following this is a section detailing the growth of Lyon County's other towns: Americus, Hartford, Plymouth, Neosho Rapids, Reading, Olpe, Allen, Admire, and Miller. The remainder of the book deals with every aspect of Emporia and Lyon County life, including religion, politics, commerce, education, social organizations, local manners and customs, and even "outlaw raids and victims". F0346 - $24.50

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Revolutionary Soldiers in Kentucky. Anderson Chenault Quisenberry. (1896), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 226 pp. Lists include: Ky. citizens who were granted Revolutionary pensions up to the year 1835; Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers and Privates of "The Illinois Regiment;" and more. Q1818 - $23.00

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The Calendar and Quartermaster Books of General George Rogers Clark's Fort Jefferson, Kentucky, 1780-1781. Kenneth C. Carstens. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 376 pp. These records provide insights to the life of a frontier outpost. The Calendar provides a wealth of abstracted data. The Quartermaster Books contain 2,731 line item entries, identifying more than 280 persons. C1525 - $31.00 Kentucky Genealogical Records & Abstracts, Volume 1: 1781-1839. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 225 pp. Includes data from tax and property lists, marriage registers, church and cemetery records, wills and estates, mortality schedules, Negro censuses, military pensions, and officer lists. E0664 - $24.00 Kentucky Genealogical Records & Abstracts, Volume 2: 1796-1839. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1998), 2006, paper, index, 218 pp. Data has been gleaned from a diverse array of sources, including tax and property lists, marriage registers, church and cemetery records, wills and estates, mortality schedules, Negro censuses, military pensions and officer lists. E1024 - $22.50 A Genealogical Collection of Kentucky Birth and Death Records, Volume 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1997), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 156 pp. Over 6,600 names from 50 Ky. counties. E0677 - $21.00 Kentucky Pioneer And Court Records: Abstracts Of Early Wills, Deeds And Marriages From Court Houses And Records Of Old Bibles, Churches, Grave Yards, And Cemeteries Copied By American War MothersGenealogical Material Collected From Authentic Sources-Records From Anderson, Bourbon, Boyle, Clark, Estill, Fayette, Garrard, Harrison, Jessamine, Lincoln, Madison, Mercer, Montgomery, Nicholas and Woodford Counties. Mrs. Harry Kennett McAdams. (1929) reprint, paper, index, 383 pp. M2040 $30.50 Kentucky 1850 Agricultural Census for Letcher, Lewis, Lincoln, Livingston, Logan, McCracken, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Mason, Meade, Mercer, Monroe, Montgomery, Morgan, Muhlenburg, and Nelson Counties. Linda L. Green. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, 202 pp. Sometimes a person who is missing from the regular U. S. Census can be found in the Agricultural and Manufacturing Census, which also yields unique information about how people lived. G0865 - $22.50 Kentucky 1860 Agricultural Census Volume 1: for Floyd, Franklin, Fulton, Gallatin, Garrard, Grant, Graves, Grayson, Green, Greenup, Hancock, Hardin, and Harlin Counties. Linda L. Green. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, 220 pp. There are 46 columns of information, six of which are transcribed here: name of the owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. G0889 - $24.00

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Kentucky 1860 Agricultural Census Volume 2: for Harrison, Hart, Henderson, Henry, Hickman, Hopkins, Jackson, Jefferson, Jessamine, Johnson, Morgan, Muhlenburg, Nelson, and Nicholas Counties. Linda L. Green. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, 270 pp. There are 46 columns of information, six of which are transcribed here: name of the owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. G0890 - $27.50 Abstract of Early Kentucky Wills and Inventories, Copied from Original and Recorded Wills and Inventories. J. Estelle Stewart King. (1933), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 306 pp. Dates range from 1780 to 1840. K2003 - $28.00 Kentucky 1860 Agricultural Census, Volume 3. Linda L Green. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 202 pp. Counties of: Kenton, Knox, LaRue, Laurel, Lawrence, Letcher, Lewis, Lincoln, Livingston, Logan, Lyon and Madison. G0937 - $27.00 Kentucky 1860 Agricultural Census: Vol. 4 for Mason, Marion, Magoffin, McCracken, McLean, Marshall, Meade, Mercer, Metcalfe, Monroe and Montgomery Counties. Linda L. Green. 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 182 pp. Names only the head of the household. Unfortunately, many of the Agricultural Census records have not survived. There are 48 columns of information, six of which are transcribed here: name of the owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. G0936 - $25.50 Kentucky's German Pioneers: H. A. Rattermann's History. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 130 pp. Articles (translated from German) originally published in Cincinnati's German-American historical journal, Der Deutsche Pionier, concentrate on the pre-1848 period. T1735 $17.50 Grimes Mill, Kentucky Landmark on Boone Creek, Fayette County. Harry G. Enoch. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 208 pp. The story of those who built and tended the mill, the various commercial enterprises carried on in its shadow, and related events around it. E2031 - $23.00 Greenup County, Kentucky Will Abstracts, 1822-1860. Patricia Porter Phillips. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 318 pp. Basic abstracts. P1071 - $28.50 Greenup County, Kentucky Marriages: The First 100 Years, 1803-1903. Patricia Porter Phillips. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index. This twovolume series contains information on more than 7,000 marriages. Includes: names of bride, groom, witnesses, and person performing the ceremony; location and date of marriage; any changes in wedding plans. Personal statistics are given when available. Double weddings noted. A-K, 722 pp. P4469 - $50.00 L-Z , 712 pp. P4470 - $50.00

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Excerpts from the Earliest Mason County, Kentucky Newspapers: The Mirror 1799 and The Maysville Eagle 1818 and 1825. Rachelle Winters-Ibrahim. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 130 pp. These abstracted articles reflect their era I3190 - $20.00 Newspaper Excerpts from The Maysville Eagle, Mason County, Kentucky, 1827-1847. Rachelle Winters-Ibrahim. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 148 pp. These abstracted news articles are filled with names, dates, and events. Stolen horses, runaway slaves, debts, assault, murder, business openings, marriages, deaths, historical notes on Kentucky, politics and much more fill these pages. I3648 - $20.50 Covington's German Heritage. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 140 pp. A survey history through the World Wars. T1059 - $16.50 Lee County, Kentucky: 1900 Annotated Census. Kay A. Spencer. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 361 pp. Census data with supplemental data from other sources. S1308 - $44.50 Madison County, Kentucky, Court Order Book A, 1787-1791. Jackie Couture. (1996), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 158 pp. This collection of abstracts is largely but not solely based on the Minute Book, which was the record used to take notes while court was in session. C0594 - $21.00 Madison County, Kentucky, Court Order Book B, 1791-1801. Jackie Couture. (2000), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 320 pp. This book is an abstract of the clerk's copy of Court Order Book B. All entries have been included, but they are not an exact transcription. C1463 - $28.50 A History of Muhlenberg County. Otto A. Rothert. (1913), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 516 pp. This book tracks the history of Muhlenberg County, Kentucky, from its first white settlers in the late 18th century up through the first years of the 20th century. There are also biographical sketches of Muhlenberg men who fought in the War of 1812 or the Mexican War, and a short history of the county's militia muster. One chapter discusses the county's role in the Civil War; another includes biographical sketches of more than 20 Civil War soldiers from Muhlenberg. Mr. Rothert presents local history in accessible, conversational chapters; his writing is built upon and supplemented by many documents and accounts from inhabitants. R0454 - $36.50 Old Episcopal Burying Ground. Frances Keller Swinford Barr. (2002), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 134 pp. 600 burials from the oldest extant cemetery in Lexington, Ky. B2238 - $20.00 Nicholas County, Kentucky, Records: Stray Book 1 - 1805-1811, Stray Book 2 - 1813-1819, Stray Book 3 - 1820 - 1870 and Execution Book A - 1801-1878. Carrie Eldridge. 2001, 8½x11, paper, index, 235 pp. Stray books record animals found and claimed by residents. E0647 - $32.00

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Nicholas County, Kentucky, Property Tax Lists, 1800-1811 with indexes to Deed Books A&B (2), and C. Carrie Eldridge. 2004, 8½x11, paper, 178 pp. The first section of this research aid covers four tax years (1800, 1801, 1809, 1811) and includes: the location of properties, the name of the person who first claimed or provided surety, which type of land was taxed, and property value. The second section compares tax records for eleven years that fall within two census periods. The third section shows an expanded census for 1810, and the fourth section offers the deed book indices. E0938 - $25.50 Kentucky Reconstructed Marriage Records of Owsley County, Kentucky,1843-1910: Part 1 (A-L). Margaret Millar Hayes. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 462 pp. This book is an attempt to reconstruct as many of the missing marriage records as possible from available sources. Most of the marriage dates are estimates based on the age of the oldest child plus one year. Also included are some marriage records from surrounding counties for those couples who lived in Owsley County at one time or another during the years 1843-1910. 1998 H1058 - $37.00

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History of Louisiana, from its first discovery and settlement to the present time. E. Bunner. (1842), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. This broad history ranges far over Louisiana's past. The author covers the early exploratory expeditions of men such as Joliet and Marquette, LaSalle, and Iberville as well as the French settlements in Canada and Florida, relations and wars with the Natchez and Chickasaw Indians, the arrival of statehood, the War of 1812, and the Code Noir, or Black Code, used to regulate local African Americans. B2275 - $28.50 The First Families of Louisiana: An Index. Donna Rachal Mills. 1992, 8½x11, paper, index, 89 pp. An every name and place index to Glen R. Conrad's The First Families of Louisiana. Names and places are presented exactly as they are found in Conrad's work. M0007 - $19.00 The Men that Built Fort Claiborne in Natchitoches, Louisana: Captain Edward D. Turner's Company of the 2nd Regiment of the United States Army. Annette Carpenter Womack. (2000), 2002, 8½x11, paper, indices, 303 pp. Includes transcriptions of twenty-one muster rolls and five payrolls; compiled statistical sketches of the men, short descriptions of forts, posts and other locations, maps, abstracts from the letter books of Gov. W. C. C. Claiborne and a biography of Captain Turner. W0815 - $37.00 Tales of Old Natchitoches. Elizabeth Shown Mills & Gary B. Mills. 1994, 6x9, paper, index, 142 pp. The poignant story of the "unsung heroes" of this frontier: the humble soldier and slave, hunter and farmer, priest and peasant--and the rare noblesse--who lived and loved and warred along the banks of the fabled Red River. M0002 - $22.00 Louisiana 1860 Agricultural Census. Linda L. Green. 8½x11, paper, index. This census names only the head of household. The original census listed 46 columns of information, six of which are transcribed here: Name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. Volume 1. (2002), 2003, 254 pp. Ascension through Madison parishes. G0862 - $31.00 Volume 2. 2003, 254 pp. Morehouse through Winn parishes. G0861 - $28.00 Natchitoches 1729-1803. Elizabeth Shown Mills. (1977), 2007, 6x9, paper, index, 520 pp. Abstracts of the Catholic Church Registers of the French and Spanish Post of St. Jean Baptiste des Natchitoches in Louisiana: 1729-1803. M0010 $35.00 Natchitoches: Translated Abstracts of Register Number Five of the Catholic Church Parish of St. Francois des Natchitoches in Louisiana: 1800-1826. Elizabeth Shown Mills. (1980), 2007, 6x9, index, 498 pp. Entries include baptisms, burials, marriages; and provide names, dates, ethnicity, and, when possible, grandparents, godparents, parents, spouse, age, witnesses, cause of death, and priest. M0925 - $41.00

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Natchitoches Church Marriages 1818-1850: Translated Abstracts from the Registers of St. Francois des Natchitoches Louisiana. Elizabeth Shown Mills. (1985), 2003, 6x9, paper, index, 216 pp. Entries include bride and parents, groom and parents, date of ceremony, witnesses present, and ethnicity of spouses. M0924 - $25.00 Old New Orleans, A History of the Vieux Carre, its ancient and Historical Buildings. Stanley Arthur. (1936), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 264 pp. This narrative history of places and traditions in the Vieux Carré was "designed for whoever may be as interested in the origin of facts as in the facts themselves." Contains detailed historical sketches of buildings. Illustrated. A2722 - $26.00

Abstract of Account Information of Freedman's Savings and Trust, New Orleans, Louisiana 1866-1869. Linell H. Hardy. (1999), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 190 pp. Crucial genealogical data on African American account holders. H1137 - $22.00 Some Slaveholders and Their Slaves, Union Parish, Louisiana, 1839-1865. Harry F. Dill and William Simpson. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 202 pp. This book is organized into three general sections. The first is an abstract from the 1860 census listing the slaveholders; the second has abstracts of estate and other records concerning slaves; and third and largest section has abstracts of slave conveyances or deeds. D0617 - $20.50 Bartholomew's Song. Rebecca DeArmondHuskey. (2001), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 692 pp. Come visit an enchanting place too long overlooked in American History, where steamboats battled difficult waters to bring life to the banks of the Arkansas and Louisiana waterway known as Bayou Bartholomew. Artfully written, this narrative flows like the landscape it describes, brimming with facts, details and family names. D1937 - $44.00 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Louisiana. Stewart Sifakis. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 158 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. Civil War historians and genealogists with ties to Louisiana will want to own this volume that details the activities of their units in the Confederacy S0698 - $24.95 Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana. Donna Rachal Mills. (1890, 1985), 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 126 pp. This work is an important chapter pulled from the original Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northwest Louisiana. This book includes an everyname index to people, places, and firms discussed in both the historical narrative and the biographical sketches. M4896 - $17.00

History of Shelby County, Kentucky. George L. Willis, Sr. (1929, 1999), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. Shelby County was for a long time the geographical center of the United States, and for a longer period its center of population. W1178 - $28.50 History of Woodford County, Kentucky. William E. Railey. (1938), 2008, paper, index, 478 pp. History and biography. R2025 - $36.50 History of Trigg County, Kentucky. William Henry Perrin. (1884, 1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, inddex, 324 pp. "Trigg County..bears no mean part in the history or the importance of the State, as she bears no inconsiderable part in the history of our common country." Thus begins this thorough account of Trigg County, Kentucky, which covers everything from its topography and geology to its settlement, pioneers, industry, government, crops, growth, development, and of course its people. An extensive section at the book's end is a wonderfully detailed collection of biographical sketches of notable county residents and their accomplishments, arranged by precinct. P0040 - $29.00 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, the Confederate Units and the Indian Units. Stewart Sifakis. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. Civil War historians and genealogists with ties to Kentucky, Maryland, or Missouri will want to own this volume that details the activities of their units in the Confederacy. S0700 - $26.95

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New England Family Histories and Genealogies: States of Maine and Rhode Island. Lu Verne V. Hall and Donald O. Virdin. 2000, 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 169 pp. A bibliography of published genealogies of Maine and Rhode Island families arranged by surname; an essential finding aid. H1431 - $21.00

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Portland in the Past With Historical Notes of Old Falmouth. William Goold. (1886), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 572 pp. The author strikes a good balance among the various types of historysocial, political, religious and armed conflict. A history of Portland and the surrounding area from 1623 through the mid-19th century G0688 - $41.50 The Portland [Maine] Transcript, 1869-1870, News and Summary, Marriages and Deaths. Elaine M. Fitch. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 158 pp. Fully indexed, these Portland Transcript articles contain information of genealogical interest, such as marriages and deaths. F3272 $23.00

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History of Saco and Biddeford, with Notices of Other Early Settlements, and of the Proprietory Governments in Maine, including the Provinces of New Somersetshire and Lygonia. George Folsom. (1830) reprint, cloth, index, 352 pp. About one-half genealogical and one-half biographical material. F0047 - $31.00 Collections of the Maine Historical Society. Volume IV. Maine Historical Society. (1856) reprint, 5½8½, paper, index, 433 pp. Articles on early Maine, Indians, travels, etc. M0172 - $33.50 Maine Historical Sketches. Augustus F. Moulton, state historian. (1929) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 293 pp. A selection of articles on Maine history. M1490 - $24.50 Portland Advertiser and Gazette of Maine. Marriages, Deaths and News, From November 1838 - May 1839. Elaine Morrison Fitch. 2004, 6x9, paper, index, 218 pp. These abstracts contain shipping news, local and national news, and marriages and deaths in a chronological arrangement. Indian difficulties, the "Mormon War" and skirmishes between the local militia and Canadians make up much of the news during this interesting period. F0968 - $32.50 Calais, Maine, Families: They Came and They Went. Thelma Eye Brooks. (2002), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 238 pp. The result of eight years of research, this book studies the families listed in Book I of Calais Vital Records. The 346 families represented in this book are the families who had children's births registered in the Calais City Hall's earliest known (when this project began) book of vital records. B2135 - $32.50 The Amanda Letters: Civil War Days on the Coast of Maine. Courtney MacLachlan. (2003), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. The author has created a narrative thread which connects, supports, and amplifies the original letters written between 1861 and 1866 to Amanda Davis, a young woman from Friendship, Maine. M2371 - $22.50 An Historical Sketch of the town of Deer Isle, Maine: With Notices of Its Settlers and Early Inhabitants. George L. Hosmer. (19052 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 290 pp. Principally drawn from settlers reminiscences. H1282 - $27.00 Abstracts of Death Notices (1833-1852) and Miscellaneous News Items from the Maine Farmer (1833-1924). David C. Young and Benjamin Lewis Keene. (1997) 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 480 pp. This collection of abstracts, including birth, death and other miscellaneous news items, will be useful to both professional and amateur genealogists, not only for the information the abstracts contain, but also for the clues they give to finding further information. Alphabetically by surname. Y0599 - $40.00 Gorges and the Grant of the Province of Maine, 1622: A Tercentenary Memorial. Henry S. Burrage. (1923) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 178 pp. Commemorates the 300th anniversary of the 1622 grant of the Province of Maine. B1383 $18.50

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Grandpa's Scrapbook. Leonard Bond Chapman. 2001, 8½x11, paper, index, 413 pp. A compilation of newspaper columns covering the local history and genealogy of Portland, Westbrook and Scarborough, Maine. Includes a section on the descendants of Edward Chapman (1644-1850). H1881 - $51.00 Early Bowdoin, Maine Families and Some of Their Descendants. Jayne E. Bickford. (2002), 2008, 8½x11, cloth, index, 1082 pp. The result of thirty years of painstaking research and compilation using town records remaining after a fire in 1872, town reports, the 1790 and 1850 census records, probate and land records, family Bibles, interviews with family members, DAR records, cemetery and church records, and especially the Vital Records of Bowdoin, Maine to the Year 1892, many family genealogies and town histories. B2087 - $148.00 Frye Island, Maine's Newest Township, 17481998. Peter Huchthausen. (1998), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 298 pp. Includes Indian legends and regional adventure stories. H1045 - $29.50 Vital Records of Gray Maine to the Year of 1930. Howard G. Black, Jr. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 238 pp. Index of births, marriages and deaths. Births include date of birth, gender, number of children and father's occupation are given when possible. Marriages are crossreferenced by brides' and grooms' surnames and give date and place of marriage. Deaths supply the date and place of death, and place of birth if known. More than 6000 entries. B0886 - $23.50 Headstone Inscriptions, Gray, Maine. Howard and Sharlene Black. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 252 pp. This compilation of headstone inscriptions contains 4,166 entries from five of Gray's cemeteries: Gray Corner Cemetery, South Gray Cemetery, West Gray Cemetery, Libby Cemetery, and Elder Cemetery. B2560 - $27.00 Sesquicentennial History of the Town of Greene, Androscoggin County, Maine, 17751900. Walter Lindley Mower. (1938), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 644 pp. New preface by David C. & Elizabeth (Keene) Young. Greene, Maine, was established as an incorporated town in 1788 when it was set off from "the Plantation of Lewistown in Lincoln county. " by an act of the Massachusetts General Court. One chapter has civil lists for 1788-1938; another gives marriage records and marriage intentions for 1803-1937; two-thirds of the volume consists of genealogies of local families. M0386 - $46.50 A History of Lewiston, Maine, With a Genealogical Register of Early Families (Revised Edition). Janus G. Elder. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 508 pp. A narrative history and a family register. E0628 - $40.50 History of Limington, Maine. Robert L. Taylor. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 172 pp. Drawn from a wide variety of sources, including town records, the day books of Francis Meeds (which contain a year-by-year record of deaths in the town 1816-1845), newspapers and various private collections. The genealogy section is omitted. T0377 - $20.00

Burial Records, 1717-1962, of the Eastern Cemetery, Portland, Maine. William B. Jordan, Jr. (1987), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, index, 212 pp. Combines data from the extant stones with the burial records; 7,000 deaths and a history of the cemetery. J0067 - $23.00

Burial Records, 1811 - 1980 of the Western Cemetery in Portland, Maine. William B. Jordan, Jr. 1987, 5½x8½, paper, 164 pp. A family cemetery located at the corner of Vaughan and Bridge (Danforth) Streets in use in 1811, it was purchased by the city in 1829 and remained open until 1888. Although lots and family plots burials continued there are few burials after 1910. At the time of the first publication of this book in 1982 the cemetery suffered from the ravages of vandalism and time and was sorely neglected. J0060 Maine Cemeteries: Vol. 1. Penny Westfall. (2003), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 386 pp. This volume concentrates on the cemeteries of Falmouth and Yarmouth and is comprised of over 11,000 names. Readings are grouped by cemetery including Blanchard, McGregor, Pine Grove, Merrill, Moss Side, Yarmouth Historical, Holy Cross, Riverside, and the Pioneer Burial Ground of Yarmouth. Entries include (as available) given name, birth date and death date. Relationship information such as spouse or sibling has been listed whenever possible. W0887 - $33.50 Ties of Common Blood: A History of Maine's Northeast Boundary Dispute with Great Britain, 1783-1842. Geraldine Tidd Scott. 1991, 5½x8½, paper, index, 445 pp. Based on journals, documents, speeches, letter books, and collections of correspondence of participants on both sides of the controversy. S3541 - $37.00

Eastern Maine and the Rebellion: being an account of the principal local events in eastern Maine during the war. And brief histories of eastern Maine regiments. Contains accounts of mobs, riots, destruction of newspapers, war meetings, drafts, Confederate raids, peace meetings, celebrations, soldiers' letters, and scenes and incidents at the front, never before in print. R. H. Stanley and Geo. O. Hall. (1887, 2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 446 pp. An informative and moving narrative of eastern Maine's homefront during the Civil War. S2230 $23.95

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History of Litchfield (Maine), and an account of its Centennial Celebration, 1895, Part 1 & 2. Oliver Barrett Clason. (1897), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 753 pp. New preface by David Colby Young. Includes a brief history of the centennial; a substantial history of the town; and a very complete collection of family records on the town. C0569 - $57.00 Index to Portland Newspapers, 1785-1835. William B. Jordan, Jr. 1994, 8½x11, paper, 396 pp. About 30,000 entries. J0101 - $56.00 Vital Records of North Berwick, Maine, 18922002. Richard Roberts. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 328 pp. Divided into births, marriages and deaths, each section is arranged alphabetically, including a separate alphabetical listing of marriages by bride's name. R2456 - $32.00 Portland Soldiers and Sailors, A Brief Sketch of the Part They Took in the War of the Rebellion. B. Thurston and Co. (1884), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 56 pp. Portland's military contributions to Maine's infantry units and the First Maine Cavalry. A list of Naval officers, and a list of interred soldiers and sailors complete this work T3025 - $7.00 Early Families of Limington, Maine. Robert L. Taylor. (1991) 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 442 pp. From a variety of primary and other sources including: town and family records, genealogists, manuscripts, cemetery inscriptions, census records, newspaper obituaries and death notices, and school district polls. Genealogical information includes, when known: date and place of birth, marriage, and death; names of spouses; occupation; and general comments that help fill out the character of the people and their lives in Limington. Descendants to the third or fourth generation are given for most families. A record of deaths in Limington, covering the years 1816-1841 and 1843-1845, is also covered. T0467 - $37.00 Early Families of Raymond, Maine. Robert L. Taylor. (1998), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 220 pp. Raymond, Maine, is located about twenty-five miles north of Portland. This alphabetical listing of hundreds of families contains information not only on Raymond but also on Casco families prior to 1841. T0861 - $20.00 Sabino, Popham Colony (Maine) Reader: 16022003. Andrew J. Wahll. (2000), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 479 pp. A chronological collection of written records pertaining to the Popham Colony. W1581 - $45.00 Sands, Spindles and Steeples: A History of Saco, Maine. Roy P. Fairfield. (1956), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 496 pp. A comprehensive picture of the 1830-1950 period. F2457 - $37.00 History of St. Albans Maine 2003 Revised Edition. Gladys M. Bigelow and Ruth McGowan Knowles. (1982, 1995, 2003), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 492 pp. The history of St. Albans, from its "formative years" in the 1790s to its thriving life in the 1980s. Photos, Illustrations, and transcripts of poems, diaries, and other documents add their own "voice from the past." B2462 $40.50

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Early Families of Standish, Maine. Albert J. Sears. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 374 pp. This major work is an alphabetically arranged male-line genealogical study of the early families of Standish up to about 1810, with a brief introductory sketch of each family. Information includes (when known): date and place of birth, baptism, marriage, and death of the article's subject; names of spouses, with their birth and death dates and places, and parents' names; occupation. Descendants are often given to the third generation, but rarely to the fourth. S0501 - $32.00 Fabius M. Ray's Story of Westbrook [Maine]. Karen Sherman Ketover. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. A compilation of manuscripts and printed articles written by the late Fabius M. Ray. K1019 - $25.00

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Maryland and Delaware Genealogies and Family Histories. Donald Odell Virdin. (1993), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 120 pp. A bibliography of published genealogies of Md. & De. families arrnaged by surname. Over 800 titles on Maryland families and over 200 titles on Delaware families. V0867 - $25.50

Cash For Blood: The Baltimore to New Orleans Domestic Slave Trade. Ralph Clayton. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 704 pp. A detailed history of the trade, and a roster of slaves, slave-owners, and ships used in the trade 1800-1860 taken from the original ship manifests. A major resource. C2235 - $48.50 1783 Tax List of Maryland, Part I: Cecil, Talbot, Harford and Calvert Counties. Bettie S. Carothers. (1986, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. Gives name of owner, tract name, acreage, and number of white inhabitants. C0059 $24.00 Coloial Records of Southern Maryland: Trinity Parish & Court Records, Charles County; Christ Church Parish & Marriage Records, Calvert County; St. Andrew's & All Faith's Parishes, St. Mary's County. Elise Greenup Jourdan. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 200 pp. A compilation of vital records of Charles County: Trinity Parish and Court records (marriages, births and deaths); Calvert County: Christ Church Parish and marriage records; St. Mary's County: St Andrews Parish & All Faith's Parish records. J0428 - $20.00 "Got My Mind Set On Freedom" Maryland's Story of Black & White Activism, 1663-2000. Barbara Mills, Baltimore CORE Activist & Offincer. (2002), 2007, paper, index, 714 pp. This book was a finalist in the Organization of American Historians Liberty Legacy Foundation Award in 2003. M2268 - $44.00

Westbrook, Maine Cemeteries; Plus the Surrounding Towns of Cumberland, Falmouth, Gorham, Portland & Windham. Karen Sherman Ketover. (1996), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 460 pp. Inscriptions supplemented with obituaries, and town histories. K0401 - $37.50

Stackpole's History of Winthrop, Maine, with Genealogical Notes. David C. Young and Elizabeth Keene Young. (1925, 1994), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 2 vols., index, 998 pp. Covers all of the 253 early families in the 1790 Census for Winthrop, and adds 135 pages of new genealogical material. Y3991 - $75.50

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Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Employees; 1842 and 1852, 1855 and 1857. Edna A. Kanely. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 356 pp. The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad (known as the B&O) was "the first chartered and fully organized railroad company in the United States.." Construction began on July 4, 1828. By 1842 the B&O had reached Cumberland, Maryland (lists the persons and their pay and service); and by 1852 Wheeling, (West) Virginia (lists officers and employees services, salaries, &c). Also a section for the years 1855 and 1857. K0493 - $30.00 Maryland's Colonial Eastern Shore, Historical Sketches of Counties and of Some Notable Structures. Swepson Earle and Percy G. Skirven. (1916), 1996, 8½x11, paper, index, 215 pp. "The book is formed into nine chapters--one for each Eastern Shore county. The compilation includes a historical sketch of each county and short sketches describing nine places of historical interest in that county. " Generously illustrated. E0555 - $22.00

Maryland Freedom Papers. Volume 3: Maryland Colonization Society Manumission Book, 1832-1860. Jerry M. Hynson. (2001, 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 304 pp. The author is the 2002 James Dent Walker Award Winner. Items recorded include the name, age, and employment of manumitted slaves; the name of the grantor of freedom; any conditions attached to the grant; and the date the manumission was recorded. H0678 $28.00

People of Color: Black Genealogical Records and Abstracts from Missouri Sources, Volume 2. Teresa Blattner. (1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 178 pp. Missouri became a state on August 21, 1821, which meant free blacks could not be prevented from entering or remaining in the state. Since many other slave states restricted freed slaves and free blacks from staying within their borders, they migrated to Missouri. This is the second volume in this popular series; it gives information from the 1800s to this century, and draws from many sources. Together with Volume 1, this is an excellent research tool. B0927 - $21.50 The Life of Thomas Johnson: Member of the Continental Congress, First Governor of Maryland, and Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Edward S. Delaplaine. (1927), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 520 pp. D0687 - $35.00

Maryland as a Proprietary Province. Newton D. Mereness. (1901) reprint, 530 pp., index. History covers the Maryland Charter, the lord proprietor, development of the proprietary government, the petition of the Virginians against the Maryland Charter, boundary disputes, the Protestant Revolution of 1689, and industrial, social and political development. M0667 - $38.50

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Tales of Old Maryland: History and Romance on the Eastern Shore of Maryland. J. H. K. Shannahan, Jr. (1907), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 123 pp. Sketches gathered from the Eastern Shore of Maryland, the "Garden Spot" of the World. Many examples of Georgian style architecture from the Colonial period. S1745 - $17.00 The Western Boundary of Maryland. Charles Morrison. 1976, 5½x8½, paper, index, 110 pp. This boundary dispute began in 1736 and was the last to be settled. M0224 - $7.50 A Century of Growth, or The History of the Church in Western Maryland. Thomas J. Stanton. (1900), 2008, 5½x8½, 2 vols., paper, 320 + 198 pp. Covers Garrett, Allegany, Washington, and Frederick counties. Traces the history of Catholicism in Western Maryland, mid1700s to 1900. S2128 - $50.00 Index to the History of Western Maryland. Helen Long. (1995), 2008, 8½x11, paper, 372 pp. If you already own a copy of Scharf's History you will find this complete index to be very helpful. The original index, typical of its time, included the personal names of only those persons who were the primary subject of each biography. L0552 $34.50 Portrait and Biographical Record of the Sixth Congressional District, Maryland, Containing Portraits and Biographies of many well known Citizens of the Past and Present. Together with Portraits and Biographies of all the Presidents of the United States. Chapman Publishing Co. (1898), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, 2 vols., 873 pp. The prominent Marylanders featured in this book were mainly from Garrett, Allegany, Washington, and Frederick counties. C1784 - $57.50 Maryland Calendar of Wills. Jane Baldwin Cotton or F. Edward Wright.5½x8½, paper, index. Abstracts include all persons mentioned in the original will, names of tracts, acreage and situation or means by which a property came into the possession of the testator. Vol. 1: 1635-1685. (1904), 2007, 294 pp. C0704 $23.00 Vol. 2: 1685-1702. (1906), 1997, 336 pp. C0005 $26.00 Vol. 3: 1703-1713. (1907), 1997, 336 pp. C0006 $25.00 Vol. 4: 1713-1720. (1914), 2007, 314 pp. C0007 $26.00 Vol. 5: 1720-1726. (1917), 2007, 314 pp. C0008 $26.00 Vol. 6: 1726-1732. (1920), 2007, 324 pp. C0009 $26.00 Vol. 7: 1732-1738. (1991), 2007, 340 pp. C0010 $26.00 Vol. 8: 1738-1743. (1928), 1998, 372 pp. C0011 $29.50 Vol. 9: 1744-1749. (1991), 2007, 246 pp. W0185 $21.50 Vol. 10: 1748-1753. (1991), 2007, 350 pp. W0187 - $28.00 Vol. 11: 1753-1760. (1992), 1996, 370 pp. W0206 - $32.50 Vol. 12: 1759-1764. (1992), 2007, 304 pp. W0234 - $28.50 Vol. 13: 1764-1767. (1993), 2007, 266 pp. W0238 - $26.50 Vol. 14: 1767-1772 (1993), 2007, 334 pp. W0257 - $28.00

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Vol. 15: 1772-1774. (1994), 2007, 248 pp. W0297 - $19.00 Vol. 16: 1774-1777. (1995), 2007, 304 pp. Includes corrections and additions to earlier volumes. W0389 - $24.00 Tidewater Maryland Ancestors, 1634 to 1999. George Donald Riley, Jr. 1999, 6x9, cloth, index, 265 pp. Focuses on the Riley, Baldwin, Brewer, Cockey, Davis, Ridgely, Stockett, Tucker, Williams, Blakistone, Calvert, Cheseldyne, Dent, Farnandis, Goldsmith, Keech, Lancaster, Maddox and Sothoron in the tidewater Maryland counties of Anne Arundel, Charles, Queen Anne's, St. Mary's and Talbot. R3602 - $35.00 Old Somerset on the Eastern Shore of Maryland: A Study in Foundations and Founders. Clayton Torrence. (1935), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 598 pp. Standard reference for researching early families in present counties of Wicomico, Worcester and Somerset. Discusses early settlers and religious groups, lists hundreds of names. Based on deeds, wills; land, county court and provincial records. T0237 - 43.00 Provincial Families of Maryland. Volume 1. Vernon L. Skinner Jr. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 149 pp. Documentation on 24 families in Maryland prior to July 4, 1776. S0473 - $14.00 Directory of Maryland's Burial Grounds. Genealogical Council of Maryland. (1996), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 256 pp. Gives location of all known public and private cemeteries including church cemeteries; also single graves. Volume 1: covers Anne Arundel, Carroll, Montgomery and Prince George's Counties. Includes addresses, location of burial records, and where to find published data. G0328 - $23.00 Directory of Maryland Church Records. Edna A. Kanely, under the auspices of the Genealogical Council of Maryland. (1987), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 208 pp. A condensed summary of information collected from over 2,600 Maryland churches. The first section contains a listing of churches alphabetically arranged by county. The second section contains a listing of names and addresses of churches arranged by religion, alphabetically by county. K0003 - $18.50 Nine Pioneer Families From the Sideling Hill Area in Western Maryland: The Price, Norris, Potts, Fletcher, Watson, Nesbitt, Creek, Rockwell and Trail Families. F. Marie Waltman. (2000), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 544 pp. Thomas Price (c1610-1701) is said to have come to Maryland with the Ark and Dove expedition of 1634. Thomas Norris was born in England circa 1608, and came to Virginia circa 1630/31. Jonas Potts, born in Wales circa 1658/60, is first noticed in Pennsylvania as a witness to a marriage certificate in 1686. Illustrations and maps are included. W1697 - $64.00 Francis Scott Key: Life and Times. Edward S. Delaplaine. (1937), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 512 pp. The most definitive biography of Key ever written. D0685 - $34.00

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Early Families of Southern Maryland. Elise Greenup Jourdan. 5½x8½, paper, index. A genealogy of some families who settled mainly in St. Mary's, Prince George's, Anne Arundel, Calvert and Charles Counties in the 17th century with some lines followed to around 1800. Included are Catholic, Protestant and Quaker records of births, deaths and marriages; abstracts of wills; land records, deeds of gift, and other court records establishing family relationships. Volume 1. (1992, 1993), 2005, 368 pp. A genealogy of some families who settled mainly in St. Mary's, Prince George's, Anne Arundel, Calvert and Charles Counties in the 17th century with some lines followed to around 1800. Included are Catholic, Protestant and Quaker records of births, deaths and marriages; abstracts of wills; land records; deeds of gift; and other court records establishing family relationships. Families included are Cecil, Cissell, Hutcheson, Pile, Orme, Dickeson, Doyne, Griffith, Greenup, Hilliard, Gittings, Belt--with short chapters on selected lines of the Evans, Wright, White, Langworth, and other families. J0055 ­ $30.00 Volume 2. (1993), 2001, 270 pp. Traces the Lawrence, Skinner, Letchworth, Mariarte, Childs, Nuthall, Cowman, and Gover families, with a short section on Stephen West's family. These families are followed from the first records found for them in Maryland up to 1800. Chapters on the Plummer and Boarman families covered in Vol. 1 have been revised & expanded. Includes corrections of material from Vol. 1. J0269 - $23.00 Volume 3. (1994), 2007, 392 pp. Many Puritan families found in the very early records of southern Maryland, such as the Berrys and Prestons, became Quakers and, crossing the bay, settled on the Eastern Shore. This volume follows these and allied families including Marsh, Wenlock, Christison, Galloway, Rasin, LeCompt, Gary and Sharp up to around 1800. Also included are the families named Wells, Parran, Ashcom, Spinke, Shercliffe, Sollers, Lashley and Witten and other families who married into these lines. J0355 $31.50 Volume 4. (1995), 2007, 326 pp. Genealogies for some families who settled in St. Mary's, Prince George's, Anne Arundel, Calvert, and Charles Counties. Traces the following families from their first appearance in the records of Maryland up to, in some cases, around 1800: Sterling, Dorrumple, James, Tracey, Ransom, Speake, Rogers, Watkins, Rodham-Mason, Luckett, Tyer, Van Sweringen (and Sweringen), Brashear, Courts, Wade, Cheney, and Hawton. Also contains corrections and additions to the previous volumes. J0300 - $28.00 Volume 5. (1996), 2007, 381 pp. Genealogies for some families who settled in St. Mary's, Prince George's, Anne Arundel, Calvert, and Charles Counties. Traces the following families up to around 1800: Adams, Athey, Barton, BattenAshcomb, Cooksey, Duke, Godfrey, Gwinn, Hungerford, Middleton, Moore, Parker, Perry/Pearre, Posey, Purnell, Smoot, Tyler, and Warren. J0346 - $33.50

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Volume 6. (1998), 1999, 374 pp. The author traces the following families: Ashman, Beall (descendants of five Beall immigrants: Ninian, Robert, James, Alexander and Thomas), Barron, Boswell, Deaver, Dawkins, Dyer, Dyson, Hawkins, Howard, and Wyne. J0022 - $29.50 Volume 7. (1999), 2005, 402 pp. Covers the families of Rachel Beard, Bordley, Cage, Hill, Hollyday, Noe, Ratcliff, Richardson, Smith, Southerland, Summerland, Sunderland, Turner, and Williams. J0075 - $32.00 Volume 8. 2000, 377 pp. Includes families from Anne Arundel, Charles, Prince George's, St. Mary's, and Calvert; with some from Baltimore, Cecil counties, and from the state of Virginia. Families names that are represented are as follows: Stockett; Blizard and Fraser; Dunning; Mason; Herbert; Thorn; Dutton; Chunn; Amery; Digdon; Theobald; Foster; Nash; Briscoe; Slye; Gerrard; Swann; Allanson (Allison and Ford); Chiffin and Mariarte; Chandler and Fowke. Also corrections and additions. J0513 - $30.00 Volume 9. (2000), 2007, 356 pp. Continues the series, with the families of: Wheeler, Milstead, Covert, Winter, Lahsley, Johnson, Sothoron, Cornish, Brawner, Vowles, Dade, Doxey, Maddox, Mattox and Compton. J0617 - $28.00 Volume 10. 2001, 346 pp. Includes the families of Gary, Gray, Brett, Booker, Thomas, Diniard, Tenley, Coffer, Coleman, Freeborne, Dorrell, Ramsey, Cole, Coale, Skipwith and Hanslap. Contains additions and corrections to previous volumes. J0707 - $29.00 Abstracts of the Balance Books of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. Debby Moxey or Vernon L. Skinner Jr. 8½x11, paper, index. This series continues the search through court records for evidence of family relationships through transfers of estate. The balance books show how the balance remaining in the estate after all necessary payments had been made was distributed to the heirs or representatives. Liber 1, 1751-1755. (1995), 2002, 80 pp. M0380 $16.00 Libers 2 & 3, 1755-1763. (1995), 1997, 113 pp. S0381 - $11.00 Libers 4 & 5, 1763-1770. (1995), 1997, 157 pp. S0382 - $12.00 Abstracts of the Administration Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. Vernon L. Skinner Jr. 8½x11, paper, index. These are the reconciliations of the payments against the estate. Includes named of decedent, references, amounts, sureties, persons to whom estate was distributed, executors/administrators, creditors, legatees. 1724-1731 Libers 6-10. (1996), 1997, 230 pp. S0322 - $27.00 1737-1744. (1997), 1998, 314 pp. S9415 - $34.00 1731-1737. Libers 11-15. (1996), 1997, 259 pp. S0339 - $30.50 1744-1750. Libers 21-28. (1997), 1998, 263 pp. S0429 - $32.00 1750-1754. (1997), 2000, 263 pp. S0447 - $33.50 1754-1760, Libers 37-45. 1998, 269pp. S0005 $33.00 1760-1764, Libers 46-51. (1998), 2002, 246 pp. S0486 - $30.50 1771-1777, Libers 67-74. 1999, 319 pp. S0537 $34.50

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A Collection of Maryland Church Records. Henry C. Peden Jr. (1997), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 401 pp. This collection consists chiefly of church records of Baltimore City and County, Frederick County and Harford County. Also included are a very small number of records for many other counties. P0426 - $32.00 Directory of Ministers and Maryland Churches They Served 1634-1990: (Two Volumes). Edna Kanely. (1990), 2002, 7x10, 902 pp. The place to begin any research relating to clergy in Maryland. Provides the means to link events found in public records to religious organizations. K0201 - $75.00 Abstracts of the Inventories and Accounts of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. Vernon L. Skinner Jr. 8½x11, paper, index. 1688-1698. (1992), 1996,135 pp. S0245 - $12.00 1699-1708 Libers 25-28. 136 pp, index. S0255 $12.00 1708-1711, Libers 29, 30, 31, 32A, 32B. (1994), 1997, 136 pp. S0283 - $12.00 1711-1713, Libers 32C, 33A, 33B, 34. (1994), 1997, 110 pp. S0284 - $11.00 1712-1716 Libers 35a, 35b, 36a, 36b, 36c. (1994), 1997, 116 pp. S0299 - $11.00 1715-1718 Libers 37A, 37B, 37C, 38A, 38B, 39A, 39B, 39C. (1994), 1995, 103 pp. S0350 $11.00 Abstracts of Chancery Court Records of Maryland, 1669-1782. Debbie Hooper. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp. The author has extracted those items which reveal relationships and ages or other aspects which might aid genealogists. Frequent depositions regarding land disputes. H0331 - $19.00 Divorces and Names Changed in Marylandby Act of the Legislature, 1634-1867. Mary K. Meyer. (1991), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 118 pp. Listed alphabetically, the entries contain the name of the husband and wife, county of residence and sometimes other information such as wife's maiden name. These records may also reveal cases of bigamy, abandonment, spouses thought to be dead, adultery, custody rights, adoption and inheritance. M0526 - $14.50 Maryland Oaths of Fidelity. Bettie S. Carothers. (1989), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 112 pp. The resulting lists of jurors (i. e., those who took the Oath) and some non-jurors (i. e., those who did not take the Oath) are here in alphabetical lists for each county. Previously printed in two volumes, now one. C0401 - $14.50 Maryland Naturalization Abstracts, Volume 2: The County Court of Maryland 1779-1851, The US Circuit Court for Maryland 1790-1851. Robert A. Oszakiewski. (1996), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 373 pp. This volume covers the rest of Maryland. Each entry gives the immigrant's name and country of origin and the type of instrument. Some records include the name of the spouse, children, name of the village or town of their former country, or their profession if any. O0343 - $30.00

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Citizens of the Eastern Shore of Maryland, 1659-1750. F. Edward Wright. (1986), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 148 pp. Tax lists of Somerset (1723), Talbot (1733), Chester Hd. (1721) Marks of Cattle of Kent, Somerset & Talbot. Petitions. Levy records of Kent, Talbot, Somerset, Queen Anne's. Militia Returns of Cecil, Dorchester, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Worcester and much more. Over 7,000 persons. W9090 - $14.50 Maryland Eastern Shore Newspaper Abstracts. F. Edward Wright. Irma Harper (v.5 & 7), 5½x8½, paper, index. Items relating to individuals living in Talbot, Dorchester, Worcester, Somerset, Caroline, Queen Anne's and Kent Counties. Vital records, legal cases, property sales and rentals, as well as amusing stories such as runaway wives. Volume 1: 1790-1805. (1981), 2007, 158 pp. W0043 - $18.00 Volume 2: 1806-1812. (1982), 1999, 166 pp. W0061 - $18.00 Volume 3: 1813-1818. (1982), 2000, 128 pp. W0044 - $14.00 Volume 4: 1819-1824. (1982), 2000, 164 pp. W0045 - $16.00 Volume 5: Northern Counties, 1825-1829. (1983), 2000, 193 pp. W0046 - $17.00 Volume 6: Southern Counties, 1825-1829. (1984), 1994, 72 pp. W0047 - $11.00 Volume 7: Northern Counties, 1830-1834. (1984), 2000, 182 pp. W0048 - $17.00 Volume 8: Southern Counties, 1830-1834. (1985), 2000, 188 pp. W0049 - $17.00 Along the Potomac River: Extracts from the Maryland Gazette, 1728-1799. Edith Moore Sprouse. 2001, 6x9, paper, index, 160 pp. The Maryland Gazette provides many more details about life in the Potomac River region than its Virginia counterpart. S0688 - $20.00

Sketches of Maryland Eastern Shoremen. F. Edward Wright. (1985), 1999, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. Genealogical extracts from Portrait and Biographical Record of the Eastern Shore of Maryland. 775 biographies. Over 11,000 names. Many biographies describe several generations, often back to the emigrant. W0056 - $23.50 Notebook On Shipwrecks, Maryland Delaware Coast. H. Richard Moale. (1990), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 272 pp. Includes sinkings that occurred between 1664 and 1975 regardless of tonnage. M0178 - $26.00

Notebook On Shipwrecks, Chesapeake Bay, 1800-1977. H. Richard Moale. 2010, 8½x11, paper, 440 pp. This account of brave men who fought the elements on their quest to make a living on the Bay is intended to be not only an historical abstract but a memorial to all those forgotten people and vessels lost in our Chesapeake Bay. Contains facsimile reprints of original documents and photographs. M5171 - $45.00

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Vanishing Islands: A Story of History's "Invisible People" on Islands in the Chesapeake Bay-How They Lived and Worked and Played. Frances Kolarek. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 190 pp. This lighthearted account of the imperiled Bay islands focuses on the sociology of these isolated islands in the second half of the twentieth century. It captures the beauty and spirit of the islands and people. K4901 - $22.00 The King's Passengers to Maryland and Virginia. Peter Wilson Coldham. (1997), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 464 pp. Some 25,000 passengers are shown alphabetically by surname in the order of the English cities or counties where condemned. Convict "runaways" compiled from MD, VA, and PA newspapers. C0582 - $32.50 1776 Census of Maryland. Bettie Carothers. (1986, 1989), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 220 pp. Includes Anne Arundel, Baltimore (Deptford Hundred, Middlesex Hundred), Caroline, Dorchester, Frederick, Harford, Prince George's, Queen Anne's, and Talbot Counties. C0088 $20.00 Free African-Americans Maryland, 1832: Including Allegany, Anne Arundel, Calvert, Caroline, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, Frederick, Kent, Montgomery, Queen Anne's, and St. Mary's Counties. Jerry M. Hynson. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 178 pp. Census records found in the Maryland State Archives. Gives names and ages. H0483 - $17.00 Maryland Deponents, 1634-1799. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1991), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 241 pp. Names of witnesses their family and personal information, and reference to government records in which the individual gave testimony. P0197 - $25.50 More Maryland Deponents, 1716-1799. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1992), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 123 pp. Mr. Peden continues this series moving back through time with more Maryland deponents. P0205 - $15.00 Maryland Deponents: Volume 3, 1634-1776. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (2000), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 296 pp. Continues the series. P0612 - $25.00 Quaker Records of Northern Maryland, 17161800. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1993), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 353 pp. Includes names and abstracts from registers and minutes of Gunpowder Meeting, Deer Creek Meeting, Baltimore Meeting, Little Falls Meeting and Pipe Creek. Counties covered are Baltimore, Harford, Carroll, and parts of Frederick and Howard. P0249 - $28.50 Immigrant Ancestors of Marylanders, as Found in Local Histories. Martha and William Reamy. (1993), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 366 pp. Data abstracted from Maryland histories that name immigrant ancestors, and information on at least one generation in America. Many entries give family residence in the old country. R0527 $29.00

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Quaker Records of Southern Maryland, 16581800. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1992), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. Information for this book has been taken from Quaker records of southern Maryland prior to 1800 at the Maryland State Archives. P0215 - $15.00 Marylanders to Carolina: Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1994), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 225 pp. This volume contains over 6,000 names drawn from thirty major sources. P0039 - $19.00 More Marylanders to Carolina: Migration of Marylanders to North Carolina and South Carolina Prior to 1800. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. P0071 - $18.50 Marylanders to Kentucky, 1775-1825. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1991), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 208 pp. A variety of primary and secondary resources were used to compile this volume: Revolutionary War pension abstracts, land records, marriage records, cemetery records, newspaper advertisements, queries from descendants, genealogical journals, etc. Approximately 900 surnames are covered. P0018 - $22.00 More Marylanders to Kentucky, 1778-1828. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1997), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 270 pp. Mr. Peden reveals additional Marylanders who migrated to Kentucky as derived from a variety of sources, including probate records, military pensions, county histories, census records, tax lists, land records, newspaper articles, genealogical magazines, queries, and family records. P0437 - $22.00 Maryland 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 1. Linda L. Green. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 264 pp. This volume includes the counties of Alleghany, Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Calvert, Caroline, Carroll, Cecil, Charles, Dorchester, and Frederick (Part One). G3828 - $38.50 Maryland 1860 Agricultural Census, Volume 2. Linda L. Green. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 328 pp. This volume includes the counties of Frederick (Part Two), Harford, Howard, Kent, Montgomery, Prince George's, Queen Anne's, St. Mary's, Somerset, Talbot, Washington, and Worcester. G4005 - $44.50

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Newspaper Abstracts of Allegany and Washington Counties, 1811-1815. F. Edward Wright. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 120 pp. Sales of property; runaway slaves, apprentices, horses and wives; marriages and deaths; appointments of administrations; stray livestock and their owners; deserters. W0025 - $16.00 Chesapeake Conflict: The Troublesome Early Days of Maryland. Gene Williamson. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 148 pp. In 1621, Wm Claiborne of England secured a position as a royal surveyor in Virginia, became a prominent official in the local government, and built up a successful fur trade, operating from Kent Island. In 1632, the English king gave a patent, which included Kent Island, to his friend Lord Baltimore. Claiborne disputed the action. The Claiborne-Baltimore conflict dominated events and issues that helped to shape the Maryland colony, and was the opening salvo in a series of disputes. W0330 - $19.00 Maryland Militia in the Revolutionary War. S. Eugene Clements & F. Edward Wright. (1987), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 260 pp. Describes events and major aspects of the militia, with over 15,000 men, most of whom did not serve in the Continental Service and appear nowhere else in publication. Excellent aid in establishing requirement for lineage societies such as D. A. R., S. A. R., etc. C0003 - $26.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Maryland 1775-1783: A Supplement. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (2000), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 246 pp. The final book of the series provides additional names and information not previously published in the compiler's earlier work in Anne Arundel, Baltimore, Cecil, Frederick and Harford counties. P0559 - $22.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Maryland 1775-1783: Second Supplement. Henry C. Peden, Jr. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 295 pp. Soldiers, sailors, privateers, and patriots from every county in Maryland are covered. Also included are many pension abstracts and soldiers from Harford County militia that have not been published before. P0771 - $25.00 Maryland Public Service Records, 1775-1783: A Compendium of Men and Women of Maryland Who Rendered Aid in Support of the American Cause Against Great Britain During the Revolutionary War. Henry C. Peden Jr. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 378 pp. The names, county of residence, nature of service and dates rendered for those who rendered aid to the Maryland government and the military by furnishing flour, corn, wheat, rye, hay, beef, mutton, pork, bacon, and other provisions, nursing the sick and wounded, boarding and clothing soldiers, riding express, repairing guns, manufacturing salt, milling grain, loaning money, providing boats, wagons, horses and cattle for public use, and making weapons. P0809 - $30.00 Colonial Maryland Soldiers and Sailors, 1634 1734. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (2001), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 408 pp. In most cases, the name of the soldier or sailor, places of residence, military and/or civil service information, dates of birth and death, probate information, including name of widow is given. P0649 - $32.00

Historic Graves of Maryland and the District of Columbia. Helen W. Ridgely. (1908, 2000), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 295 pp. With Inscriptions Appearing on Tombstones in Most of the Counties and Washington and Georgetown. R0209 - $27.00

Marriages and Deaths From the Newspapers of Allegany and Washington Counties, Maryland, 1820-1830. F. Edward Wright. (1987), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 159 pp. Extracts from the Maryland Advocate, Maryland Herald, The Torchlight, Republican Banner, The Hagerstown Mail and The Farmers' Register. Over 5,000 persons. Marriages, obituaries, and heirs listed in chancery court cases. W0276 - $16.00 Gleanings from Maryland Newspapers 1786-90. Robert Barnes. 1987, 8½x11, paper, combbinding, 76 pp. Marriages, deaths, legal notices, ads of genealogical value. B3403 - $13.00

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Westward of Fort Cumberland: Military Lots Set Off for Maryland's Revolutionary Soldiers. Mary K. Meyer. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. Appended List of Revolutionary Soldiers Granted Pensions by the State of Maryland. Lists Revolutionary soldiers who drew lots of land in Allegany County for service in the Maryland Line. Also lists Revolutionary War pensioners. M0528 - $25.00

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Confederate Sailors, Marines and Signalmen from Virginia and Maryland. Robert J. Driver, Jr. 2007, 6x9, paper, alphabetical, 524 pp. Listings of men from Va. and Md. who served as: Confederate Naval officers and sailors; Confederate Marine Corps officers and enlisted men; and Confederate Signal Corps officers, signalmen and telegraph operators. Amount of entry data varies. Includes photographs. D4279 $39.50 These Honored Dead: A Roster of over 2,500 Maryland Union Soldiers Buried in National Cemeteries. Charles Albert Earp and Peter Lowry Johnston. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 306 pp. This roster was compiled not only to remember and honor these men, but also in the belief that it will be of value to the descendants of those who so nobly served our state and our Union. E0654 - $25.00 Marylanders in the Confederacy. Daniel D. Hartzler. (1986), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 415 pp. Identifies over 11,000 serving in the Confederacy. 1,670 references: besides standard references are also letters, journals, magazines, scrapbooks, pamphlets, personal recollections. Lists individuals by name, unit, highest rank held in the War, last residence in Md., if known, and source of information. Discussion of Maryland units, lists graduates from West Point, Naval Academy, colleges and academies, physicians, clergymen, divided families. H0000 - $32.00 A Band of Brothers: Photographic Epiloque to Marylanders in the Confederacy. Daniel D. Hartzler. (1992), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 244 pp. This supplement to Marylanders in the Confederacy preserves these exciting tales by using brief biographies and vintage photographs. H3151 - $39.00 The First and Second Maryland Infantry, C.S.A. Robert Driver. 2003, 6x9, cloth, index, 581 pp. The First Maryland Infantry was formed from Marylanders who chose to cast their lot with the Confederacy against a Union government that had invaded their state and established martial law, forcing those who disagreed with the invasion of the South to join the Confederates or to submit to what they considered as tyranny. Disbanded in 1862, they quickly reorganized and gathered new recruits to become the Second Maryland Infantry. D0901 - $35.00 First and Second Maryland Cavalry, C.S.A. Robert J. Driver, Jr. 1999, 6x9, photos, 368 pp. When Maryland's Elected officials pledged allegiance to the Union, many of her sons went South. This scholarly work from a noted Civil War historian is a thorough history of two battalions of Confederate Marylanders. Detailed muster rolls. D9024 - $34.95 Medical Doctors of Maryland in the C. S. A. Daniel D. Hartzler. (1979), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 98 pp. This work records the exciting careers of two hundred and eight Maryland physicians who joined the Confederacy. These pages also preserve an authentic picture of the Southern sentiment in Maryland, along with the medical procedures and treatments of the time. H3150 - $26.00

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History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-65: Volume 1. L. Allison Wilmer, J. H. Jarrett, & George W. F. Vernon. (1898), 2007, 8½x11, cloth, 850 pp. Published under the authority of the General Assembly of Maryland in 1898 and is the standard reference for determining the unit or units in which a Marylander served in the Union Army. Taken from muster rolls of the office of the Adjutant-General of Maryland. W0002 - $88.00 History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-1865, Volume 2. L. Allison Wilmer, J. H. Jarrett, & George W. F. Vernon. (1899) 2007, 8½x11, cloth, 300 pp. Over 5,000 names of sailors and marines who were accredited to the State of Maryland during the Civil War. Records include the sailor/officers name, rank, date of enlistment and discharge, vessels they served on and remarks. W2142 - $36.50 History and Roster of Maryland Volunteers, War of 1861-1865, Index. Martha Reamy and Bill Reamy. 1990, 8½x11, cloth, 156 pp. Provides a complete index for all Maryland soldiers in the War of 1861-1865, which accompanied the two volume series. R0014 - $21.50 1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland: Volume I, Garrett, Allegany and Washington Counties. L. Tilden Moore. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 226 pp. This special schedule is a substitute for the missing 1890 U. S. Census. Each entry contains the name, highest rank held, organization, length of service, address, disability and remarks. M0764 - $32.00

Maryland's German Heritage: Daniel Wunderlich Nead's History: Daniel Wunderlich Nead's History. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1913, 1994), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 352 pp. Today, German-Americans number 26% of the population of Maryland. The foundations of this large population were laid in the colonial times when large numbers of Germans from Pennsylvania migrated to Maryland. Originally published in 1913, Nead's history, The Pennsylvania-German in the Settlement of Maryland, has become a standard text on the history of the Maryland Germans before 1800. This book demonstrates how inextricably the German heritage of Pennsylvania and Maryland are interrelated. In addition, Dr. Tolzmann has provided a historical introduction to the work along with bibliographical references for further study and research. T0064 - $30.00 German Regiment of Maryland and Pennsylvania. Henry J. Retzer. (1991), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 184 pp. From a variety of federal and state records, plus personal journals and letters. This new revised edition includes twenty pages of additional information recently uncovered by the author. R0202 - $20.50 Selected Final Pension Payment Vouchers 18181864: Maryland--Baltimore. Alycon Trubey Pierce, CG. 1997, 5½x8½, paper, index, 263 pp. In the 1960s the National Archives staff culled out selected "settled accounts" that had genealogical value from the pension payments (records not found in pension application files). These cover Revolutionary War pensions for the most part but include other wars. They include such information as remarriage of widows, places and length of residence. P0025 - $24.00 Answering the Call: The Organization and Recruiting of the Potomac Home Brigade, Maryland Volunteers, Summer and Fall, 1861. Keith O. Gary. (1996), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 312 pp. Based on the author's collection of original Civil War documents and letters, this volume provides a unique look at Marylanders who answered the call for volunteer recruits in the summer of 1861 G0521 - $28.00

1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland: Volume II, Carroll, Frederick, Montgomery, Prince George's, Calvert, Charles and St. Mary's Counties. L. Tilden Moore. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 218 pp. M0769 - $30.00

1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland: Volume III, Howard, Anne Arundel, Harford, Cecil and Kent Counties and the United States Naval Academy. L. Tilden Moore. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 175 pp. M0793 - $28.00 1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland: Volume IV, Caroline, Dorchester, Queen Anne's, Somerset, Talbot, Wicomico, and Worcester. L. Tilden Moore. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 177 pp. M0794 $28.00 1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland, Volume V, Parts I and II, Baltimore City. L. Tilden Moore. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 614 pp. M3303 $86.00 1890 Special Census of the Civil War Veterans of the State of Maryland: Volume VII Baltimore County and Baltimore City Institutions. L Tilden Moore. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 128 pp. M3178 - $28.00

Manly Deeds - Womanly Words: History of the 6th Regiment Maryland Infantry. James Fisher. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 207 pp. Part of the 6th Corps, the most famous Corps in the Union Army. F0824 - $21.00 First Maryland Artillery and Second Maryland Artillery. George L. Sherwood. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 214 pp. Both Maryland Artillery units served with distinction with the Army of Northern Virginia for nearly the entire war. Presented in the words of the members of the units whenever possible. Material was often gleaned from unpublished manuscripts. S4495 - $23.50

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The Self-Reconstruction of Maryland, 18641867. William Starr Myers. (1909) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 136 pp. A close look at the early years of Reconstruction in Maryland. Originally published as part of the Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science. M2283 - $17.00

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Annals of Annapolis: Comprising Sundry Notices of That Old City from the Period of the First Settlements in its Vicinity in the Year 1649, until the War of 1812: Together with Various Incidents in the History of Maryland Derived from Early Records, Public Documents, and Other Sources: With an Appendix, Containing a Number of Letters from General Washington and Other Distinguished Persons, Which Letters Have Never Been Published Before. David Ridgely. (1841), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, 290 pp. This fascinating historical journey begins in 1632. R4748 - $27.50 The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland. A Genealogical and Biographical Review from Wills, Deeds and Church Records. J. D. Warfield. (1905), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 604 pp. Mainly biographical; brimming with information gathered mostly from probated wills. W0217 - $44.50 Town Neck Hundred of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Gladys Nelker. (1990), 2000, 8½x11, paper, 180 pp. Traces ownership of the land into the 20th century. Abstracts of patents, deeds, equity cases, from earliest tract patented in 1652 up to 1930. Composites of the early plats are drawn in the appendices. Index including. tract names and all personal names. N0168 - $28.00 Land Grants of the Middle Neck Hundred of Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 1650-1704. Robert W. Hall. 2001, 8½x11, 320 pp. This book is a compilation of patent documents, in synopsis form, and drawings of tracts in the middle Neck Hundred from 1650-1704 H0675 - $37.50 Land Grants in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, 1650-1704: South River Hundred. Robert W. Hall. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 146 pp. This book is a compilation of patent documents, in synopsis form, and drawings of tracts in the middle Neck Hundred of Anne Arundel County from 1650-1704. H0779 - $23.00 Maryland Freedom Papers. Volume 1: Anne Arundel County. Jerry M. Hynson. (1996), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 26 pp. Most entries are Certificates of Freedom which give name of slave and owner, date of certificate, age, height, physical markings. These certificates begin in 1810. Many were "freeborn" H0333 - $14.50 High School Heroes, A Century of Education and Football at Annapolis High School, 18962003. Jane E Good. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 323 pp. Honors ordinary Annapolitans of the twentieth century, those who lived there and attended the city's public schools. G2521 - $29.95 Revolutionary Patriots of Anne Arundel County, Maryland. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1992), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 296 pp. Winner of the 1993 Norris Harris Award. Compiled as a "one volume research tool" for identifying the patriots, soldiers, seamen, and civil officers from Anne Arundel County, Maryland who serving between 1775 and 1783. P0204 - $22.00

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Heirs And Orphans: Anne Arundel County Distributions 1788-1838. Walter E. Arps, Jr. (1985), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 138 pp. Clues to relationships. Heirs, sureties, giving fractional parts of estate. A0086 - $15.00 Baltimore

Trinity German Lutheran Church Records, 1853-1877: Baltimore, Maryland. Gary B. Ruppert. (2002), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 344 pp. Contains extractions, transcriptions, and translations of data from baptismal, marriage, burial, confirmation, and communion entries in Trinity's only surviving church register which dates from 1853 to 1877. Also contains an index to every recorded individual from the register. There are roughly 26,000 entries. R0792 - $44.00 The Chronicles of Baltimore: Being a Complete History of "Baltimore Town" & Baltimore City from the Earliest Period to the Present Time. J. Thomas Scharf. (1874) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 756 pp. A work filled with interesting tidbits, as well as the major sweep of the city's history, and a great deal of info on people associated with its development. S0242 $52.00

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The African American Collection: Anne Arundel County, Maryland Marriage Licenses, 1865-1888. Jerry M. Hynson. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 78 pp. H3839 - $17.00

White Servitude in Maryland: 1634-1820. Eugene Irving McCormac. (1904, 2003), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 112 pp. Describes the early land system in Maryland, indenture, fugitive servants, the status of servants and freemen, the servant militia, and convicts. M0754 - $16.00 Annapolis: Its Colonial and Naval Story, With Selections from Diaries and Private Letters. Walter B. Norris. (1925), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 366 pp. This work is primarily a history of Annapolis prior to the Civil War, although there are two chapters which deal with the war and the period following it. Some sample chapter headings are: A Puritan Settlement in a Catholic Colony; A City of Wealth and Fashion; Clubs, Theaters and Literature; Some Tory Families and Their Homes; The Three Signers of the Declaration of Independence and Their Annapolis Homes; Stamp Act Riots and the "Peggy Stewart" Tea Party; Lafayette and Rochambeau in Annapolis, 1781; Washington Visits Annapolis; Fort Severn Becomes the Naval Academy; The Civil War and "Ben" Butler Reach Annapolis. N3223 - $32.00

FORGED BY FIRE, Maryland's National Guard at the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904. Dean K. Yates. 1992, 5½x8½, paper, index, 115 pp. An account of the Maryland National Guard's service during and immediately following the Great Baltimore Fire. Y0022 - $9.50

Reminiscences of Baltimore. Jacob Frey. (1893), 2002, 6x9, index, paper, 480 pp. An interesting history of the city as seen through the eyes of one of its constables. Recollections of 50 years of Baltimore history detailing its politics, economy, etc. F0745 - $36.00 Sketches of Citizens of Baltimore City and Baltimore County, Maryland. Sallie A. Mallick. (1990), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 240 pp. Genealogical data and significant biographical facts taken from Genealogy and Biography of the Leading Families of the City of Baltimore and Baltimore County, Maryland, originally printed in1897. About 800 sketches. M0164 - $22.00 The Index of Scharf's History of Baltimore City and County [Maryland]. Bill and Martha Reamy. (1992), 1993, 5½x8½, paper, 228 pp. In 1881 Thomas J. Scharf published his History of Baltimore City and County. In 1971, the above publication was reprinted in two (2) volumes consisting of a new Introduction, and a "rearranged" index. Bill and Martha Reamy's index has a full-name (including maiden name), subject and location. R0213 - $25.00 Design Makes a Difference: Shipbuilding in Baltimore, 1795-1835. Toni Ahrens. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 198 pp. Likely the most detailed analysis you will find about the peak of Baltimore's shipbuilding industry and the process of urban expansion. Two maps, circa 1799 and 1828, show the wharves of Fells Point and how much growth took place in the 30-year period between. A1001 - $20.50

History Of The County Of Annapolis: Including Old Port Royal And Acadia With Memoirs Of Its Representatives In The Provincial Parliament, And Biographical And Genealogical Sketches Of Its Early English Settlers And Their Families. W. A. Calnek and A. W. Savary. (1897), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 660 pp. This work contains a wealth of information on the early settlers of Canada gleaned from the Nova Scotia archives and early French writers. Chapters detailing the early history of the county are grouped chronologically from 1604 through 1756, beginning with the voyage and explorations of Demonts and ending with the seizure and dispersion of French inhabitants. Individual chapters are devoted to the townships of Annapolis, Granville, Wilmot, Clement and later settlements, religion and churches, later history (1786-1887, including the War of 1812), and listings of public officers. The second portion of the book is devoted to biographical memoirs of the members of Provincial Parliament (1759-1867), plus biographical and genealogical sketches of the county's early English settlers and grantees. A foldout map of Fort Anne, a foldout map of "General Nicholson's Plan Of The Fort In 1710", and numerous illustrations, including portraits, enhance this work. C1321 - $47.00

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Inhabitants of Baltimore County, Maryland, 1692-1763. F. Edward Wright. (1987), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 128 pp. Individuals who are not mentioned in church, probate, or land records may only be found in "occasional" lists such as the ones compiled in this work: the Baltimore County tax lists of 1692, 1694, 1695, and 1737; levy papers of 1737; livestock marks; various petitions; debt book of 1754; and lists of taxed bachelors, 1756-1763. W0010 - $15.50 Inhabitants of Baltimore County, 1763-1774. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 182 pp. Includes various tax lists of St. Thomas Parish, 1763; petitioners for removal of county seat, 1773 tax list of Baltimore Co.; letters at the post office in 1773, index to Baltimore residents in 1765, Baltimore Co. Debt Book, 1765-66; and many others. P0144 - $17.00 Northern Baltimore County, Maryland Pioneers: The Land and Their Descendants. Wayne McGinnis. (2006), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 218 pp. The author identifies the original settlers of the Seventh Election District area and follows their descendants for three generations. The bulk of the book is devoted to "Outline Descendant Trees." Photographs and maps enhance the text. M4277 - $28.00

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Baltimore County, Maryland, Deed Records, Volume 2: 1727-1757. John Davis. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 470 pp. D0503 - $38.50 Baltimore County, Maryland, Deed Records, Volume 3: 1755-1767. John Davis. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 416 pp. D9553 - $34.50 Index to the 1850 Map of Baltimore City and County. Dawn Beitler Smith. (1989), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 35 pp. Over 3,000 names from Sidney's 1850 map. S0140 - $6.00

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Baltimore County, Maryland Marriage Licenses, 1777-1798. Dawn Beitler Smith. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 210 pp. Brides' and grooms' names are listed alphabetically in this work, along with the date of issue of the marriage license. Compiled from marriage license records at the Maryland State Archives in Annapolis. S0143 $21.00 Baltimore City [Maryland] Deaths and Burials 1834-1840. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1998), 2008, paper, alpha., 418 pp. Contains information on approximately 9,000 deaths or burials in Baltimore City from 1834 through 1840 that were gleaned from newspaper obituaries, church records, burial records, cemetery records, tombstone inscriptions, interments and coroner inquests, and family records. P0074 - $33.00 Burials in Pro-Cathedral and Cathedral Cemeteries, Baltimore, Maryland, 1791-1874. Hans Grogaard and Mary Warfield of the Maryland Historical Society. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 422 pp. Burial data is presented in alphabetical order by the deceased's last name. Entries include (as available) surname, first name, date of death, date of burial, age, cause of death, and additional info. G0922 - $36.50 Index to Baptisms, Burials and Confirmations, Second German Evangelical Lutheran Church, Baltimore City, Maryland, 1835-1867. Gary B. Ruppert, MD. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 406 pp. Second German Evangelical Lutheran was one of the earliest German-speaking congregations established in Baltimore, Maryland. Fortunately, the surviving baptismal and burial registers of Second German Lutheran Church are intact from its founding in late 1835 until its closure in late 1867. The original documents are entirely in German. The author has transcribed the German entries as closely as possible from the original within the limits of legibility. The majority of this work is divided into baptisms, burials and confirmations. R3370 - $34.00 Tombstone Inscriptions of Govans Presbyterian Church Cemetery. Baltimore County Genealogical Society. 1996, 2001, 8x11, paper, index, 128 pp. Includes notes submitted by BCGS members on many of the families mentioned. B0313 - $14.50 Quaker Records of Baltimore and Harford Counties, Maryland, 1801-1825. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 338 pp. This latest volume of Quaker records encompasses Baltimore City, Baltimore County, and Harford County from 1801 through 1825. It includes abstracts of births, deaths, marriages, burials, certificates of removal, and minutes of monthly meetings held in those areas. P0604 $24.00

1783 Tax List of Baltimore County. Robert W. Barnes and Bettie S. Carothers. (1978, 1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 140 pp. Maps by George J. Horvath Jr. Owners, tracts, acreage, number of free males and white inhabitants, bachelors, paupers, surname/tract index. B0364 $19.00

Baltimore and Fell's Point Directory of 1796. Robert Barnes. (1983), 1989, 8½x11, comb binding, index, 74 pp. Directory entries include: full name, occupation, and residence. Naturalization entries contain: full name, country of origin, and an index. B0081 - $12.00 The Particular Assessment Lists for Baltimore and Carroll Counties, 1798. George J. Horvath, Jr. (1986), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 186 pp. Lists occupants, owners, types & dimensions of buildings, tract names, acreage, number of slaves. Helps replace 1800 census of Baltimore County. Includes 1804 tax list for precincts surrounding Baltimore City. H0092 - $20.50 Obstetrical Casebooks of Dr. Ferdinand E. Chatard: An Alternative Genealogical Resource for Baltimore City [Maryland], 1829-1883. Gary B. Ruppert, M.D. 2007, 6x9, paper, 250 pp. Prior to civil registration for Baltimore City in 1875, genealogical resources authenticating births are mostly limited to church baptismal registers. Alternative options are few and far between. This is one of the first, if not the only published index to medical records from 19th century physicians in Baltimore City. Not only does this book present an index to a previously unpublished primary source, but it also provides a fascinating glimpse into the risks of everyday life in a previous century. R4331 - $25.50 Baltimore City, Maryland Birth Records, 18651894. Mary K. Meyer. (1997), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 39 pp. Transcribed from the original. M0642 - $3.50 Bastardy Cases in Baltimore County, Maryland, 1673-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (2001), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 214 pp. Covers 865 bastardy cases in the county taken from county court minutes and proceedings, levy lists, and extant records of Church of England, and from the Society of Friends (Quaker) Monthly Meeting Minutes. Many cases have been annotated with additional information to help connect the defendants with known families. P0719 - $23.00 Baltimore County, Marriage References, 16591746. Robert Barnes. (1988), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 35 pp. Taken from land records, administration accounts, rent rolls, county court proceedings, and inventories. B0123 - $8.00

Index of Baltimore County Wills, 1659-1850. Robert Barnes and Bettie S. Carothers. (1987), 2005, 8½x11, comb binding, 88 pp. Full name of deceased, year of probate, book and page number. 8000 entries. B3482 - $15.50 Baltimore Life Insurance Company Genealogical Abstracts. Jerry M. Hynson. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 144 pp. Genealogical abstracts listed alphabetically with (as available) month/year and place of birth, place of residence, and occupation. Slave entries also list the name of the person insuring them. An index and appendices add to the value of this work. H0930 - $22.00 Absconders, Runaways and Other Fugitives in the Baltimore City and County Jail. Jerry M. Hynson. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 200 pp. The Runaway Docket are records of persons held in jail under formal charges of violating some phase of the Runaway Laws who were awaiting court action. The Accommodations Docket are records of persons held in jail on the request of slave owners, masters of servants and apprentices, ship's captains, and military officers. H0943 - $23.50 Baltimore [Maryland] City Jail War Docket. Jerry Hynson. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 108 pp. H4307 - $15.00 Abstracts of the Baltimore County Land Commissions 1727-1762. Baltimore County Genealogical Society. (1989), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 64 pp. Gives names of deponents and their ages as they recollect boundaries of land tracts. Family relations often given. B9124 - $8.00 Baltimore County, Maryland Deed Abstracts 1659-1750. Robert Barnes. (1996), 2002, 8½ x11, paper, index, 292 pp. Contains chains of descent for hundreds of tracts originally surveyed in what are now Baltimore, Harford, and Carroll counties. B0340 - $36.50

Baltimore Cemeteries: Volume 5, St. Mary's Cemetery. Baltimore County Genealogical Society. (1985), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 56 pp. Transcripts of the tombstones in St. Mary's Cemetery on Homeland Avenue in Baltimore, Maryland. The Marion Section of the cemetery is not included. B0125 - $7.50

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Baltimore County Cemeteries: Volume 6: Mt. Olive. Baltimore County Genealogical Society. (1989), 5½x8½, paper, index, 77 pp. Inscriptions of Mt. Olive United Methodist Cemetery, Liberty Road and Old Court Road, Randallstown. B9145 - $12.00

Departed This Life: Death Notices from the Baltimore Sun, Volume 1: 1851-1853. Walter E. Arps, Jr. 1985, paper, index, 171 pp. Provides a follow up to Hollowak's earlier series. A3389 - $ St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers, 1696-1851. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1987), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 262 pp. Mostly records of St. John's Anglican Parish, in Baltimore and Harford Counties. Births, baptisms, deaths and marriages. P0099 - $23.50 St. James Parish Registers 1787-1815. Bill and Martha Reamy. (1987), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 92 pp. Births, marriages and deaths from the Anglican parish that was created from St. John's parish in Baltimore Co. R0102 - $12.00 St. Thomas Parish Deaths and Burials, Owings Mills, Maryland, 1728-1995. (1995), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 132 pp. A collection from an alphabetical card file at St. Thomas' Episcopal Church, Garrison Forest, Owings Mills. Not all individuals recorded here were buried in St. Thomas' four cemeteries. X0304 - $16.00 St. Thomas Parish Baptisms, Owings Mills, Maryland, 1732-1995. (1996), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 283 pp. Data for St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Baltimore County. Some of the information in this book is contained in the Reamy's St. Thomas Parish Register as the dates overlap. X0644 - $23.00 St. Thomas' Parish Register, 1732-1850. Bill and Martha Reamy. (1987), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 92 pp. Records of Anglican parish created from St. Paul's in Baltimore Co. in 1742, located northwest of Baltimore City, overlooking Reisterstown Rd. Includes births, marriages, deaths, tombstone inscriptions, vestry proceedings and tax lists. R0105 - $12.00 Records of Old Otterbein Church, Baltimore, Maryland, 1785-1881. Maryland Genealogical Society. (1995), 2001, 6x9, paper, index, 184 pp. A reprint of articles from the Maryland Genealogical Society Bulletin. Otterbein began as Second Reformed Church of Baltimore, later became a United Brethren denomination, then a United Methodist Congregation. S0314 - $17.00 Vital Records Of The First Independent (now Unitarian) Church, Baltimore, Maryland 18181921. Mrs. Edwin C. Gibbons, Jr. (1987), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 56 pp. The Maryland Historical Society possesses a photostatic copy of the earliest record book of this church from which the information in this book is taken. G0507 - $12.00 The German Correspondent: Translation and Transcription of Marriages, Deaths and Selected Articles of Genealogical Interest, 18791883. Gary B. Ruppert, MD. 2008, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 2 vols., 638 pp. Contains indices to valuable information published in Der Deutsche Correspondent, one of the longest-lasting

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German-language newspapers in Baltimore. R4601 - $71.00 A Closer Look at St. John's Parish Registers [Baltimore County, Maryland], 1701-1801. Henry C. Peden, Jr. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 103 pp. Corrects errors found in the 1987 edition; covers St. John and St. George's Parish Registers, 1696-1851. The earlier, problem entries are repeated here with the corrections noted in parentheses. P0843 - $15.00 Records of St. Paul's Parish, The Anglican Church Records of Baltimore City and Lower Baltimore County, Maryland, Volume 1. Bill and Martha Reamy. (1988), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 286 pp. Records of births, marriages, and deaths for Patapsco Parish (Baltimore and Upper Anne Arundel Co. ); inventory of available records (1710-1923), pew rents, and expense accounts. R0108 - $24.00 Methodist Records of Baltimore City, Volume 1, 1799-1829. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1994), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 270 pp. Marriages, births, and deaths, and information on deaths and removals from the membership and class lists. Marriages and baptisms begin in 1799. Deaths in 1800. P0360 - $25.00 Methodist Records of Baltimore City, Maryland, Volume 2, 1830-1839. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 290 pp. From these records Mr. Peden has abstracted marriages, births, and deaths, and has extracted information on deaths and removals from the membership and class lists. A brief history of the early Methodist churches of Baltimore City is given. P0361 - $23.50 Early Catholic Church Records in Baltimore, Maryland, 1782-1800. Stanley Piet. (1989), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. Marriages, births and deaths. P0142 - $18.00 Presbyterian Records of Baltimore City, Maryland, 1765-1840. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 338 pp. Birth, marriage, and burial records for the First Presbyterian Church; Membership records for the Second Presbyterian Church 1803-1840, and the Fifth Presbyterian Church 1838-1840; Westminster Presbyterian Church Cemetery Records; Gendy Graveyard Tombstone inscriptions; and communicants and baptisms of the First United Presby. Church (Montebello) 1826-1840. An outline of the history of the Presbyterian church in Baltimore is given in the introduction. P0400 $24.00

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Index of Obituaries and Marriages in The [Baltimore] Sun, 1876-1880. Francis P. O'Neill. (2000), 2007, 6x9, paper, alphabetical, 552 pp. A typical entry includes name, age, date of death or marriage and the date and page number of the issue of The Sun where the information is found O0603 - $44.00 Maryland Mortalities 1876-1915 from the (Baltimore) Sun Almanac. Walter E. Arps, Jr. (1983), 2008, 5½x8½ paper, alphabetical, 258 pp. Death notices from around the state (mainly Baltimore City). A0254 - $25.00 Baltimore County, Maryland, Overseers of Roads 1693-1793. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 124 pp. The information contained in this book has been taken from the original records at the Maryland State Archives in Annapolis, Maryland, as pertains to Baltimore County, namely Proceedings Libers G; IS #A; GM; IS #C; IS TW #1-#3; HWS 6, 7, 9; HWS #IA; TB & TR; TB #D; BA #1-#2; TB & TR #1; TR #5-#6; BB #A; BB #B; and, Minute Books #1-#5 (plus 2 unnumbered books) for the years 1693 through 1793. P0217 - $16.00 Maryland Naturalization Abstracts, Volume I: Baltimore County and Baltimore City, 17841851. Robert A. Oszakiewski. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 458 pp. Abstracts the naturalizations, declarations of intent, reports and registrations, and other instruments filed by immigrants and recorded in Maryland County Courts between the end of the American Revolution and 1851. Each entry gives the immigrant's name and county of origin. O0377 $31.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Baltimore Town and Baltimore County, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1988), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 423 pp. Those who served in the army, navy, signers of oaths and non-signers. Vital statistics from 84 different sources; data on 12,000 men and women. When available, lists wives and children, payroll, commissions, and dates of births and marriages. P0107 - $34.50

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Revolutionary Patriots of Calvert and St. Mary's Counties, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1996), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 318 pp. This book is a research tool for locating the men and women of Calvert and St. Mary's Counties who served in the military, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom during the War. P9402 - $29.00 1800 Census of Calvert County and Charles County, Maryland. Maryland Genealogical Society. (1965, 1967), 2007, paper, 66 pp. Two counties combined into one book. M3290 - $13.00

Index of Obituaries and Marriages in the [Baltimore] Sun, 1866-1870, with Addendum, 1861-1865. Francis P. O'Neill. (1996, 2002) 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 602 pp. Marriage notices include name of bride/groom, date of marriage. Death notices include name, date of death, frequently includes age, cause of death. Entries arranged alphabetically. O0341 - $43.00

Index of Obituaries and Marriages of the [Baltimore] Sun, 1871-1875. Francis P. O'Neill. (1995), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 2 vols., 651 pp. Nearly 36,000 entries. Name of bride/groom date of marriage. Death notices include name, age, date of death, sometimes cause of death. Arranged alphabetically. O0398 - $45.50

Caroline

Heirs and Legatees of Caroline County, Maryland. Irma Harper. (1989), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 90 pp. Abstracts of Chancery Court Records (1815-1863) giving family relationships. Also included are abstracts from the Land Commissions (1774-1895) which give deponent's ages and family relationships. H0126 - $14.50

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Caroline County, Maryland, Marriages, Births and Deaths, 1850-1880. F. Edward Wright. (1981), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 114 pp. From public records and newspapers. W0773 - $13.50 Revolutionary Patriots of Caroline County, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1998), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 180 pp. Names the men and women of Caroline County who served in the military, rendered material aid to the army or navy, took the Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity, served in an office or on a committee at the town, county, or state level, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom of the American colonies from the rule of Great Britain during the war. P0479 - $19.00

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Chancery Books of Carroll County, Maryland. Virginia D. Stenley.5½x8½, paper, index. Abstracts of foreclosures, partition or sale of real estate to settle an estate, satisfy creditors, divorces etc. Every name and tract name abstracted. Volumes 1-20, 1837-1873. (1994), 2009, 206 pp. S0356 - $21.00 Volumes 21-40, 1873-1889. (1996), 1998, 182 pp. S0403 - $12.50

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The African American Collection, Indentures, Cecil County, Maryland 1777-1814. Jerry M. Hynson. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 46 pp. The records contain: name of the apprentice and any parental information found; birth date and age; name of the Master and trade (if known); beginning date of the apprenticeship; and length of time to be served. A full name index augments the records. H4112 - $12.00 Early Anglican Records of Cecil County. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1990), 2007, paper, index, 116 pp. Records of St. Stephen's Parish (North Sassafras Parish) & St. Ann's Parish (North Elk Parish). P0183 - $16.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Cecil County, Maryland. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1991), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 154 pp. This volume contains a list of men who served in the American Revolution in the Second, Eighteenth and Twentieth Militia Battalions, and in the Maryland Continental Line, as well as those who rendered material aid and signed the Oath of Allegiance. P0184 - $15.00

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History of Cecil County, Maryland, and the Early Settlements Around the Head of Chesapeake Bay and on the Delaware River, with Sketches of Some of the Old Families of Cecil County. George Johnston. (1881), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 572 pp. Covers the role of Cecil Countians in the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812. The final chapter includes sketches of these families: Churchman, Defoe, Evans, Gilpin, Hall, Hartshorne, Hyland, Leslie, Mauldin, Mitchell, Rudulph, Rumsey. J1017 - $43.00 Abstracts of Cecil County, Maryland Land Records 1673-1751. June D. Brown. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. These records are taken from the Cecil County Deed Book: Numbers two, three and four. Family relationships are frequently given. Each entry names every person and relationship found in the records. Index lists "tract names." B0484 - $26.50 Abstracts of Cecil County, Maryland Land Records, 1734-1753. June D. Brown. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 264 pp. Record abstracts from Deed Books 5 (1734-39), pp. 1-539; 6 (1739-45), pp. 1-486; and 7 (1745-53), pp. 1547. There are 8,714 entry names given in the index. B0038 - $24.50 Inhabitants of Cecil County, 1649-1774. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1993), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 260 pp. Names were gathered from land patents, naturalizations, petitioners, St. Mary Ann's Parish religious oaths, cohabitants, bachelors, sundry persons, St. Stephen's Parish pew holders, tax lists, militia list of 1740, fines, tavern licenses granted, insolvents, overseers of roads, constables, civil and military officers of 1696, bondholders, assemblymen, and alienated lands list. P0082 $23.00 Newspaper Abstracts of Cecil and Harford Counties, 1822-1830. F. Edward Wright. (1984), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 88 pp. Marriages, deaths, legal notices, property sales, chancery court cases, intentions to move, local events, any item relating to an individual is abstracted here. About 3,500 names. W0075 - $11.00 Births, Deaths and Marriages of the Nottingham Quakers, 1680-1889. Alice L. Beard. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 306 pp. Mainly from East and West Nottingham Meetings, Little Britain Meeting, Deer Creek Meeting, Eastland Meeting and the Octorara Meeting. B0147 - $26.00

Carroll Carroll County, Maryland Baseball, Men's Amateur & Semi-Pro Baseball, 1850-1999. Daniel D. Hartzler. (2005), 2008, 8½x11, cloth, index, 202 pp. This book contains detailed accounts of men's amateur and semi-pro baseball teams in Carroll County, Maryland. First-person recollections, an abundance of photographs, excerpts from newspaper articles, and an every name index enhance the text. H3366 - $63.00 [paper version H7272 - $46.00]

History of Charles County, Maryland, Written In Its Tercentenary Year of 1958. Margaret Brown Klapthor and Paul Dennis Brown. (1958, 2006), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 240 pp. Chronicles 300 years in the development of Charles County. K0160 - $24.00 Carroll County, Maryland, Marriage Licenses 1837-1899 Second Edition. Genealogy Department Volunteers, Carroll County Public Library. (1987), 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 248 pp. All entries by the CCGS were checked and rechecked for familiarity of handwriting and old Carroll County family names. Surnames for males listed by groom, with a separate surname listing for brides. C4064 - $22.00 Carroll County, Maryland Election Results for Federal, State, and Local Offices: 1837 - 2000. Charles William Albert. 2002, 6x9, paper, index, 566 pp. Compiled certain county voting results and identified all of the people whose names appeared on a ballot. A0807 - $41.00 Abstracts of Carroll County Newspapers, 18311846. Marlene Bates and Martha Reamy. (1988), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 196 pp. Items from newspapers of the region which is now Carroll County - plus items from Frederick, Baltimore & South Central Pa. B0114 - $20.00 Maps of Land Patents In Northern Baltimore and Carroll Counties. R. Carlton Seitz. (1995), 2000, 8½x11, paper, index, 170 pp. Two 18" x 30" maps of the tract boundaries, one showing the tracts from Middletown to Hoffmanville and the other covering Roller to Maple Grove. With data on original sources, and information on warrants, surveys, patents, assignments and landholders. S0317 - $33.50

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Charles County, Maryland: A History. The Charles County Bicentennial Committee. (1976), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 474 pp. Dozens of knowledgeable volunteers contributed information on a variety of topics, including agriculture and the tobacco industry, transportation and the Potomac River, towns and villages, religion and churches, government, Black history, education, sociality, folklore, and genealogy. C1610 - $35.00

History of Charles County, Maryland, Written In Its Tercentenary Year of 1958. Margaret Brown Klapthor and Paul Dennis Brown. (1958), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. Chronicles 300 years in the development of Charles County. K0160 - $24.00

Abstracts of Charles County, Maryland Court and Land Records. Elise Greenup Jourdan. paper, index. In these records: Court cases for debt, defamation, trespass, hog stealing; registration of mark for hogs and cattle; some births and deaths; appointment of officials; land records; bonded servants named. Volume 1: 1658-1666. (1992), 2007, 286 pp. J0550 - $26.00 Volume 2: 1665-1695. (1994), 2007, 200 pp. J0285 - $20.00 Volume 3: 1694-1722. (1994), 2007, 254 pp. J0352 - $23.00 Early Charles County, Maryland Settlers, 16581745. Marlene Strawser Bates, F. Edward Wright. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 418 pp. This volume contains a compilation of records which show familial relationships, ages (deponents and servants), dates of birth, marriage and death, and names of tracts. A bibliography and a full name index augment the text. B0392 - $32.00

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Abstracts from the Port Tobacco Times and Charles County Advertiser: Life in Charles County was marked by currents of change that would lead to two major events before 1900: completion of the Baltimore and Potomac Railroad in late 1872 led to the founding of La Plata, and the continuing effort to move the county seat from its two-century-old site on Port Tobacco Creek to La Plata's more promising location on the Pope's Creek Branch of the railroad. The reader will find newspaper items of historical and genealogical interest, such as local events, marriages, deaths, court cases, and real estate listings. Volume 1, 1844-1854. Roberta J. Wearmouth. (1990), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 228 pp. W0353 - $24.00 Volume 2, 1855-1869. Roberta J. Wearmouth. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. W0524 - $24.00 Volume 3, 1870-1875. Roberta J. Wearmouth. (1993), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 266 pp. W0878 - $26.00 Volume 4, 1876-1884 . (1996), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 298 pp. W0398 - $28.00 Volume 5, 1885-1893. (1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 354 pp. W1048 - $29.50 Volume 6. Roberta J. Wearmouth. 1999, 5½x8½, paper, index, 265 pp. W1304 - $25.50 Revolutionary Patriots of Charles County, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 344 pp. A research tool for locating the men and women of Charles County who served in the military, pledged their service, tendered material aid to the army, otherwise supported the cause of freedom of the American colonies from the rule of Great Britain. P0444 - $27.00

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Frederick

Early Lists of Frederick County, 1765-1775. F. Edward Wright. (1987), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 36 pp. The lists provide the names of persons that reported stray livestock on their property (17651775); the names of persons for which rent was due on land in Frederick County (1768-1769 and 1771-1772); and a petition for a road (1749). Includes a full name index. W4271 - $12.00 Tombstones and Beyond, Prospect U. M. Church Cemetery and Marvin Chapel Church Cemetery. Kathleen Tull-Burton Cavey. (1995), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 106 pp. Cemetery records of Prospect United Methodist Church and Marvin Chapel Church Cemetery, Mt. Airy, Frederick County. Includes Jacob M. Holdcraft's Field Records and Caretaker Records. C0315 $13.50 Marriage Licenses of Frederick County, Maryland: Margaret E. Myers. 5½x8½, paper, index. 1778-1810, 2nd Ed., (1994), 2006, 174 pp. 4,640 couples. M0097 - $19.50 1811-1840. (1987), 2007, 282 pp. 7,500 couples, listed by bride and groom. M0101 - $25.00 1841-1865. (1988), 2007, 270 pp. 7,000 couples. M0106 - $23.00 Newspaper Abstracts of Frederick County [Maryland]. F. Edward Wright.5½x8½, paper. Gives names and brief abstract of the item: marriages, deaths, legal notices, property sales, chancery court cases, intentions to move, local events in which persons are named.

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Revolutionary Patriots of Frederick County, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1995), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 420 pp. Marylanders from Frederick County who served in the military during the War, contributing in some way to support the freedom of the American colonies from the rule of Great Britain. P0307 - $30.00 Inhabitants of Frederick County, Maryland. Volume 1: 1750-1790. Stefanie R. Shaffer. (1998), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 204 pp. Data taken from a wide range of records held at the Maryland State Archives, including court lists, the 1761 tax list, estrays, rent due lists, and levy lists which refers to payments made by the county court. The identifying Archives Accession Numbers are included. S0084 - $18.00 Inhabitants of Frederick County, Maryland, Vol. 2: 1749-1800. Stefanie R. Shaffer. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. This work includes land patents for the years 1749-1800-- giving grantee and certificate holder names, even tracts that were unpatented; loose court papers-- with notes, accounts, labor. S0512 - $28.00 Monocacy and Catoctin, Volume 2. C. E. Schildknecht. (1989), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 694 pp. European origins with references. Bibliography of genealogies of families: Wood, Birely, Weller, Meyerhoffer, Brown, Braun, Spannseller, Weybright, Hesson, Reifsnider, Fisher, Schildknecht & Shuff. S0478 $49.50 Monocacy and Catoctin, Volume 3. C. E. Schildknecht. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 314 pp. Additions and Corrections to the History of Frederick County, Maryland by T. J. C. Williams and Folger McKinsey (1910). Clarifying, correcting and updating the history and genealogy of the Frederick Area. S0291 - $26.00 Marriages and Burials from the Frederick, Maryland, Evangelical Lutheran Church, 17431811. Frederick Sheely Weiser. (1982), 1993, 6x9, cloth, index, 183 pp. Earliest concentrated settlement of Germans in western Maryland (present Frederick County). Records of marriages and burials in the Monocacy Church of Frederick County, Maryland and in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the city of Frederick, Maryland. Burial records often give birthplaces in Europe and birthdates of early settlers. W0038 - $19.00 Records of the Evangelical Lutheran Church at Union Chapel, Liberty District, Frederick County, Maryland 1864-1945, 1946-1947; Woodsboro, Maryland, January 1, 1862 September 4, 1885; Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland, Births and Baptisms October 21, 1848 - December 26, 1885. Margaret E. Myers. (1990), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 152 pp. M0951 - $20.00

Dorchester

First Dorchester Families. Calvin Mowbray. (1984), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. Genealogical sketches of the first patentees of Dorchester County, generally limited to the first two generations. M0199 - $21.00 Early Settlers of Dorchester County and Their Lands. Calvin W. Mowbray and Mary I. Mowbray. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, maps, 2 vol. in 1, 348 pp. History of the earliest land patents and the persons to whom the land was patented 1659-1683. M0240 - $30.00 Before The Fire: Genealogical Gleanings from the Cambridge Chronicle 1830-1855. Walter E. Arps, Jr. (1983), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, comb binding, 28 pp. A3501 - $5.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Dorchester County, Maryland 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 294 pp. Names the men and women of Dorchester County who served in the military, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom of the American colonies. P0477 - $26.00

Marriages and Deaths in the Newspapers of Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland, 1820-1830. F. Edward Wright. (1987), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 106 pp. From the collections of the Library of Congress and the Maryland Historical Society. W0100 - $14.50 The Braddock Expedition and Fox's Gap in Maryland. Curtis L. Older. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. This work documents the history of Fox's and Turner's Gaps in Frederick County and the route traveled by General Braddock and George Washington in their attempt to capture Fort Duquesne. O0301 - $26.00 "Shelter From the Storm": Frederick - A Place of Refuge in the Seven Year's War. Robert Kozak. 2008, 6x9, paper, 104 pp. How the Palatine settlers in Frederick provided places of refuge for fellow Palatines; and how one family from the Palatinate provided refuge while also providing defense as the front line moved to the foot of South Mountain. Contains photos and maps. K4568 - $17.00 The Land Tracts of the Battlefield of South Mountain: Including Many Other Tracts near the Area from Land Records of Frederick County, Washington County and the Maryland Archives. Curtis L. Older. (1999), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 274 pp. Contains Civil War data on the Fox Inn, Mountain House, roads through Fox's Gap and Turner's Gap, War Correspondents' Memorial Arch, and more O0066 - $38.50

Frederick County, Maryland Church and Cemetery Records: Volume 1. Patricia A. Fogle. (1998), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 264 pp. Includes baptisms, marriages and deaths from the Jefferson and Feagaville Lutheran Parish Churches. F0571 - $23.00

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Frederick County, Maryland, Church and Cemetery Records: Volume 2 (Christ Reformed United Church of Christ, Middletown). Patricia A. Fogle. (1996), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 296 pp. Baptisms, marriages, death and burial information from the Christ Reformed United Church of Christ and tombstone readings from its old and new cemeteries. F0572 - $24.50 Frederick County, Maryland, Church and Cemetery Records: Volume 3 (Zion Lutheran and Mt. Tabor, Middletown). Patricia A. Fogle. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 478 pp. Graves and tombstones in the Zion Lutheran Congregation, including cemetery Mt. Tabor cemetery in Middletown. F0573 - $34.00 Frederick County, Maryland Church and Cemetery Records, Volume 4. Patricia A. Fogle. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 260 pp. Births and baptisms taken from the pastoral records of the Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ, Frederick, Maryland for the period 1746 to 1999. F0639 - $24.00

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Western Maryland Newspaper Abstracts, Volume 2: 1799-1805. F. Edward Wright. (1986), 2001, 5½x8, paper, index, 168 pp. From earliest newspapers of Frederick and Hagerstown. Vital records; legal notices; property sales; runaway wives, apprentices and slaves; local events; persons in Western Maryland and adjoining parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania. W0091 - $18.50 Western Maryland Newspaper Abstracts, Volume 3: 1806-1810. F. Edward Wright. (1987), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 178 pp. From earliest newspapers of Frederick and Hagerstown. Vital records; legal notices; property sales; runaway wives, apprentices and slaves; lists of letters left at post office, local events--persons in Western Maryland and adjoining parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania. W0009 - $17.50 Genealogical Abstracts from The Brunswick Herald, Brunswick, Maryland, 6 March 1891 to 28 December 1894. Patricia B. Duncan. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 345 pp. The Brunswick Herald was a four-page, weekly newspaper. The front page usually consisted of business "cards" and general entertainment articles. Subsequent pages contained advertisements and legal notices, local general and personal news, obituaries, marriage announcements, and some national and international news. Columns of local interest were submitted by reporters in various towns in Frederick County and surrounding counties of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. D0867 $28.50 Genealogical Abstracts from The Brunswick Herald. Brunswick, Maryland, 4 January 1895 to 30 December 1898. Patricia B. Duncan. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 364 pp. Advertisements, legal notices, local general and personal news, obituaries, marriage announcements, national and international news. Columns of local interest from Frederick County and surrounding counties of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Chronological order with a full name index. D3560 - $33.50 Genealogical Abstracts from The Brunswick Herald. Brunswick, Maryland, 6 January 1899 to 26 December 1902. Patricia B. Duncan. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 368 pp. Advertisements, legal notices, local general and personal news, obituaries, marriage announcements, national and international news. Columns of local interest from Frederick County and surrounding counties. D3556 - $37.00 Genealogical Abstracts from The Brunswick Herald. Brunswick, Maryland, 2 January 1903 to 29 June 1906. Patricia B. Duncan. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 328 pp. Advertisements, legal notices, local general and personal news, obituaries, marriage announcements, national and international news. Columns of local interest from Frederick County and surrounding counties of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Chronological order with a full name index. D3564 - $32.00

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Genealogical Abstracts from The Brunswick Herald. Brunswick, Maryland, 6 July 1906 to 25 February 1910. Patricia B. Duncan. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 344 pp. Advertisements, legal notices, local general and personal news, obituaries, marriage announcements, national and international news. Columns of local interest from Frederick County and surrounding counties of Maryland, Virginia and West Virginia. Chronological order with a full name index. D3565 - $33.00 Index to Administration Accounts of Frederick County, 1750-1816 (Maryland). L. Tilden Moore. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 58 pp. An index to records held by the Register of Wills Office in Frederick Co. 2169 names. M0085 $12.00 Frederick County Militia in the War of 1812. Sallie A. Mallick and F. Edward Wright. (1992), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 494 pp. Data on the veterans and their families. Muster and pay rolls, pension files, newspaper items, church records, local histories and others. M9212 - $35.00 Moravian Families of Graceham, Maryland. Henry James Young. (1942), 1999, 5½x8½, paper, index, 125 pp. Church records of mainly German families from Maryland and Pennsylvania in the congregation 1759-1871. Y0087 - $15.00 Back When: The Story of Historic New Market Maryland. Joseph F. Seng. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 242 pp. A comprehensive town history from its founding in 1793, through the Civil War, World War II, and its current incarnation as a Mecca for antique collectors. S3599 - $22.00 Early Families of Frederick County, Maryland, and South Central Pennsylvania. Steve Gilland. (2000), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. A collection of family histories relating to early families. G0605 - $20.00 Early Families of Frederick County, Maryland, and Adams County, Pennsylvania. Steve Gilland. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 104 pp. Family names: Ambrose, Boarman, Carbaugh, Dyer, Elder, Finch, Flohr, Gilland, Greene, Hagan, Kint, Klein, Kline (Cline), Livers, Shriner, Spalding, Wildasin. G0423 - $13.00

Frederick County, Maryland Church and Cemetery Records, Volume 5. Patricia A. Fogle. (2000), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. This volume lists marriages recorded by the pastors of the Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ in Frederick, Maryland, between 1756 and 1999. The names of bride and groom, date of event, and residence provided when available F0613 - $21.00 Frederick County, Maryland Church and Cemetery Records, Volume 6. Patricia A. Fogle. (1999), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 103 pp. Deaths and burials recorded by the Pastors of the Evangelical Reformed United Church of Christ, Frederick, Maryland covering the period 1788 to 1801 and 1874 to 1999. F0640 - $13.00

Frederick County Backgrounds. Steve Gilland. (1995), 2001, paper, index, 126 pp. Biographical articles published in Emmitsburg's Chronicle Newspaper in the 1930s and 40s. Covers time period of late 1700s to early 1900s. Alphabetically arranged by family name, each entry gives various biographical details. G0374 - $14.00 Abstracts of Marriages and Deaths. in the Newspapers of Frederick and Montgomery Counties, Maryland, 1831-1840. Larry Tilden Moore. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 438 pp. Covers marriages and deaths, and other subjects reported in eight local newspapers, including accidents, fires, court business, elections, official appointments, and crimes and punishments. M0478 - $34.00 Western Maryland Newspaper Abstracts, Volume 1: 1786-1798. F. Edward Wright. (1985), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 128 pp. In addition to dates and places, genealogists will acquire a sense of the lives and times of persons who lived in this region during this period. W0087 - $13.50

Harford

Biographical Record of Harford and Cecil Counties, Maryland. Chapman Publishing Company. (1989), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 522 pp. Biographies reprinted from the original book printed in 1897 entitled Portrait and Biographical Records of Harford and Cecil Counties Maryland. New and complete index of personal names by Harford County Genealogical Society. C0148 - $38.00

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Early Harford Countians. Volume 1: A to K. Individuals Living in Harford County, Maryland, In Its Formative Years. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1993), 2004, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 254 pp. Volumes 1 and 2 have been extracted from the following: Tax lists of 1774, 1776, 1778, 1783; censuses of 1776 and 1790; Dr. Archer's ledgers; Orphan's Court Proceedings; Family Bibles; Estate Administrations; registers of St. Johns, St. George's, Quaker monthly meetings of Deer Creek and Little Falls; wills; court minutes; commercial licenses; survey certificates; land records index; marriage licenses; gleanings from various publications such as the Bulletin of the Historical Society of Harford County and other periodicals and histories; list of Non-Associators and NonEnrollers in 1775; tombstone inscriptions; and other data drawn from the author's research and collections. Over 30,000 entries. P0088 - $27.00 Early Harford Countians. Volume 2: L to Z. Individuals Living in Harford County, Maryland in its Formative Years. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1993), 2004, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 536 pp. P0089 - $32.00 Early Harford Countians. Volume 3: Supplement. Individuals Living in Harford County, Maryland in its Formative Years. Henry C. Peden Jr. (1999), 2001, 8½x11, paper, 116 pp. Tax lists, marriage licenses and various publications. P0090 - $21.00 Inhabitants of Harford County, Maryland, 1791-1800. Henry C. Peden Jr. (1999), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 374 pp. A followup to Mr. Peden's 1993 massive work on Harford County, Maryland inhabitants. P0067 - $30.00 Harford County Wills 1774-1800. Ralph H. Morgan, Jr. (1990), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 153 pp. Gives names of all persons and tracts mentioned, executors, witnesses, slaves. Complete index of persons and tracts with special indexes of slaves by first names and by associated surnames. M0166 - $16.00 Heirs and Legatees of Harford County, Maryland 1774-1802. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1989), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 92 pp. Estate records including distributions when available. P0127 - $13.50 Heirs and Legatees of Harford County, Maryland, 1802-1846. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1988), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 66 pp. Distributions of estates (wills and administrations) showing heirs. P0118 - $11.00 Bastardy Cases in Harford County, Maryland, 1774-1844. Henry C. Peden, Jr. 2001, 5½x8½, index, 214 pp. Covers 348 bastardy cases in the county taken from county court records, orphans court records, general entry ledgers, indentured servant records, and court papers maintained in the county court house and at the Historical Society of Harford County. P0682 - $20.00 Abstracts of the Orphans Court Proceedings of Harford County, 1778-1800. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1990), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 104 pp. Mostly data on children bound to others, frequently giving dates of birth. Also conflicts in the settlement of estates. P0175 - $14.00

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Harford County Marriage Licenses, 17771865. Jon Livezey and Helene Davis. (1993, 2000), 2010 5½x8½, paper, 287 pp. Extracted from original records when available, courthouse records and early minister returns. Surnames of both bride & groom are arranged alphabetically. L0263 - $26.00 Harford County, Maryland, Divorce Cases, 1827-1912: An Annotated Index. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1999), 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 42 pp. Contains: names of parties, case number, date of complaint, date of decree (if indicated), and any interesting comments noted in the docket books. P3551 - $8.00 Hunter Sutherland's Slave Manumissions and Sales in Harford County, Maryland, 1775-1865. Carolyn Greenfield Adams. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 144 pp. About 2,000 based on data from more than 500 documents. A1144 - $17.00

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soldier, seaman, marine, militiaman, or minuteman in the armed forces of the Continental Congress. P0208 - $22.00

Kent

Maryland Freedom Papers. Volume 2: Kent County. Jerry M. Hynson. (1997), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 117 pp. Certificates of Freedom which give name of slave or "freeborn" African American, date of certificate, age, height, physical markings, owner. Includes manumissions made in wills. Covers 1764-1862. H0451 - $14.00 Inhabitants of Kent County, Maryland, 16371787. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 280 pp. This book contains thousands of names, with relevant information, gleaned from a wide variety of sources: debt books; land patents; the Kent County tax list of 1783; indentured orphans; county court proceedings; church records; militia lists; and the Archives of Maryland. P0286 - $23.50

St. George's Parish Register [Harford County, Maryland], 1689-1793. Bill and Martha Reamy. (1988, 2003), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. (Exclusive of records contained in Peden's St. John's and St. George's Registers.) Includes marriages, births, deaths, extracts from vestry proceedings and other. Anglican records cover the northern two-thirds of Harford [originally Baltimore] County. R0058 - $20.00

St. George's (Old Spesutia) Parish, Harford County, Maryland: Church and Cemetery Records, 1820-1920. Henry C. Peden Jr. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 242 pp. These records were taken from the microfilm copies of the original records found in the Maryland State Archives Special Collections and from cemetery records maintained by the Harford County Historical Society. P9742 - $22.50 Union Chapel United Methodist Church Cemetery Tombstone Inscriptions, Wilna, Harford County, Maryland. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1999, 2001) 2004, 8½x11, paper, 22 pp. An up-to-date listing of inscriptions. The oldest tombstone found was January 1832. The original chapel built in 1821 was used by the Methodists, Episcopalians and Quakers. P3475 - $5.00 Outpensioners of Harford County, Maryland, 1856-1896. Henry C. Peden, Jr., M. A. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 110 pp. This book contains data pertaining to Harford County, Md., outpensioners (welfare recipients) from 1856 to 1896. Entries are arranged alphabetically by the outpensioner's surname, and contain (as available) district of residence, amounts received, and to whom paid. P4000 - $20.00 Free Blacks in Harford, Somerset and Talbot Counties, Maryland, 1832. Mary K. Meyer. 1991, 8½x11, paper, index, 97 pp. A listing of some 6000 free blacks with their ages, enumerated by a law passed by the Maryland Legislature in 1832. M0529 - $13.50 Revolutionary Patriots of Harford County, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden. (1985), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 271 pp. The more than 3,600 men named in this book rendered active service in the cause of American independence between 1775 and 1783, either as an officer,

Abstracts of Kent County, Maryland Wills. Volume 1: 1777-1816. Christos Christou and John Anthony Barnhouser. (1997, 2000), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 328 pp. These are detailed abstracts, beginning at the point where the Maryland Calendar of Wills series ends. C0417 $29.50 Abstracts of Kent County, Maryland Wills. Volume 2: 1816-1867. Christos Christou and John Anthony Barnhouser. (1997), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 341 pp. C0418 - $28.00 Kent County, Maryland Marriages, 1865-1888. Jerry M. Hynson. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 68 pp. This record of marriages was derived from the Maryland State Archives microfilm #MSA M 218 and includes: names of groom and bride, with his/her age, marital status, occupation, and location if other than Kent Co.; marriage date; and date recorded. An index of brides augments the records. H3576 - $13.00 The Daybook of Alexander Kennard 1785 and 1786 Chester Town, Maryland. Karon Kennard Tanner. 2005, 6x9, paper, index, 164 pp. The Daybook of Alexander Kennard, 1785 and 1786, Chester Town, Maryland: An Account of Credits and Debits from a Dry Goods Store in the Years 1785 and 1786, Listing Names of Over Two Hundred Residents of Kent County, Maryland. Transcribed by Karon Kennard Tanner and Ron Tanner, with an Introduction by Bee Kennard. T3348 - $20.50 Historic Graves, Private Burial Grounds and Cemeteries of Kent County, Maryland. Historical Society of Kent County. (1985), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 49 pp. Inscriptions from 70 cemeteries, and descriptions related to 40 others. H0450 - $7.50 The African American Collection: Kent County, Maryland. Jerry M. Hynson. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 87 pp. The 1835 census of Negroes (names, ages, owners), an extract of the 1850 census of Free Blacks, and those who served in the U. S. Colored Troops. H0470 - $7.00

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Revolutionary Patriots of Kent and Queen Anne's Counties. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1995), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 298 pp. Those who served in the Army, Navy, signers of oaths and non-signers. Vital statistics, payroll, commissions, dates of births and marriages, when available lists wives and children. P0367 - $24.00

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Montgomery County, Maryland, Families: A Collection of Genealogies of Early Families of Montgomery County, Maryland. William N. Hurley, Jr., 5½x8½, paper, index. Having long since nearly exhausted sources of information relative to his immediate family, and having now lived in Montgomery County for nearly sixty years, Mr. Hurley turned to the study of the older families of the county, first toward those with whom he had distant family ties, and later to the more important older groups that had not been thoroughly studied. Vol. 1. 2004, 142 pp. Volume one of this new series includes a collection of various Montgomery County families of importance: Aud, Ball, Barber, Barnsley, Bennett, Bodmer, and Case. H2499 $25.00 Vol. 2. 2004, 330 pp. Includes: Cooley, Dwyer, Dyson, Fyffe, Metzger, Piles, Spates, Townsend, and Wootton. H2498 - $28.50 Guide to Selections from the Montgomery County Sentinel, Maryland. John D. Bowman.5½x8½, paper, index. Is your missing relative hiding in these pages? This compilation of selected extracts includes marriages, deaths, civil appointments, voters, jurors, significant events, and much more. Unfortunately, some issues are missing. January 1, 1856 - December 31, 1875. 2005, 244 pp. B3181 - $28.00 January 1, 1876 - December 31, 1881. 2005, 260 pp. B3281 - $27.50 January 1, 1882 - December 31, 1887. 2005, 274 pp. B3598 - $29.00 January 1, 1888 - December 30, 1892. 2006, 278 pp. B4099 - $32.50 January 1, 1893 - December 31, 1896. 2007, 296 pp. B4329 - $32.50 January 1, 1897 - December 31, 1901. 2007, 316 pp. B4393 - $29.00 Jan. 1 1901 - Dec. 27, 1912. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. B5241 - $26.50 January 1, 1902 - December 31, 1904. 2008, 258 pp. B4763 - $26.00 January 1, 1905 - December 31, 1908. 2009, 258 pp. B5011 - $26.00 Maryland Montgomery County, Maryland, 1860 Census. William Neal Hurley, Jr. (1998), 2008, 8½x11, cloth, index, 376 pp. A compilation of census records of Montgomery County in 1860, covering the five election districts then existing: Cracklin, Clarksburg, Medley, Rockville and Berry. Information recorded here includes dwelling number; family member names, ages, sex, color, occupation and place of birth; values of real estate and personal property; and comments. The book contains records for the free inhabitants in the county. H1069 - $70.00 Montgomery County, Maryland, 1880 Census. William Hurley, Jr. 1999, 8½x11, cloth, index, 680 pp. Census transcript with additions. H1319 $92.00

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1900 Population Census of Montgomery County, Maryland, together with extensive explanatory notes, cross references to other census enumerations and genealogical information from the files of the compiler. William Neal Hurley, Jr. 2000, 8½x11, cloth, index, 888 pp. Census transcript with additions. H1628 - $91.50 Montgomery Circuit Records, 1788-1988 [Maryland]. Dona L. Cuttler. (2000), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 278 pp. This book contains the records of marriages, deaths, baptisms, church membership, classes and preparatory classes transcribed from the ledgers of the Montgomery Circuit. C1427 - $37.00 Paperclips: Selected Clippings from the Montgomery Sentinel [Maryland], 1900-1950. Dona L. Cuttler. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 738 pp. Genealogical abstracts. C2236 $80.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Montgomery County, Maryland, 1776-1783. Henry C. Peden Jr. (1996), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 371 pp. This book is a research tool for locating the men and women of Montgomery County who served in the military, rendered material aid to the army or navy, took the Oath of Allegiance and Fidelity, served in an office or on a committee at the town, county or state level, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom during the Revolutionary War. P0338 - $31.50 History of Barnesville and Sellman, Maryland. Dona Lou Cuttler & Ida Lu Brown. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 160 pp. Tracks the history of these two towns. C1180 - $23.50

Montgomery

The History Of Montgomery County, Maryland, From Its Earliest Settlement In 1650 to 1879. T. H. S. Boyd. (1879), 2008, paper, index, 184 pp. Discusses the Indians, the founding of Maryland; early land grants, their order of settlement, name of patentee, and the 1879 owners; local and general events; Revolutionary War rolls; leading incidents; and principal towns and villages. B1995 - $19.50 Montgomery County, Maryland, 1860 Census. William Neal Hurley, Jr. (1998), 2008, 8½x11, cloth, index, 376 pp. A compilation of census records of Montgomery County in 1860, covering the five election districts then existing: Cracklin, Clarksburg, Medley, Rockville and Berry. Information recorded here includes dwelling number; family member names, ages, sex, color, occupation and place of birth; values of real estate and personal property; and comments. The book contains records for the free inhabitants in the county. H1069 - $70.00 The Genealogical Companion to Rural Montgomery Cemeteries. Dona L. Cuttler. (2000), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 342 pp. Covers 59 cemeteries in Hyattstown, Comus, Dickerson, Martinsburg, Sellman, Barnesville, Beallsville, Poolesville, Boyds, Clarksburg, Cedar Grove, Purdum, Damascus, Clagettsville and Browningsville. C1577 - $42.00 Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsville, Maryland. Elizabeth Frain. 1997, 5½x8½, paper, index, 337 pp. A cemetery since pre-Revolutionary times, a typical entry includes information from tombstones, internment books, burial permits and card files kept by the cemetery. F0022 - $30.00 Montgomery County, Maryland Marriage Licenses, 1798-1898. Janet D. Manuel. (1987), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 360 pp. Arranged alphabetically by bride and groom. M0489 - $30.00 Abstracts of Wills, Montgomery County, Maryland, 1776-1825. Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane Sween and Janet D. Manuel. (1977), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. The 695 wills deal with over 5,000 persons M0139 - $20.50 Abstracts of Wills Montgomery County, Maryland, 1826-1875. Mary Gordon Malloy, Jane C. Sween and Janet D. Manuel. (1986), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 240 pp. 790 wills, over 6000 names. M0096 - $20.00

Annals of Sandy Spring, Twenty Years of History of a Rural Community in Maryland. William Henry Farquhar. (1884, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 372 pp. Provides an intimate portrait of this rural Maryland community at a time of great transition. F1409 - $32.00 The History of Clarksburg, King's Valley, Purdum, Browningsville and Lewisdale [Maryland]. Dona L. Cuttler. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 318 pp. Details the history of each of these five towns as well as historic sites & buildings in each. C1852 - $27.00 Colesville [Maryland]: The Development of a Community, its People and its Natural Resources, over a period of four centuries. Ned Bayley. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. Covers the people and events of this crossroads town from pre-settlement to the present. B0004 - $16.00 The History of Comus. Dona L. Cuttler. (1999), 2007, paper, fullname plus subject index, 98 pp. Comus, Maryland, is located in upper Montgomery Co., and is bordered by Barnesville, Hyattstown and the Frederick Co. line. C1115 - $16.50 The History of Dickerson, Mouth of Monocacy, Oakland Mills, and Sugarloaf Mountain (Maryland). Dona L. Cutler. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. The history of these four areas with maps, tours of homes, and vintage photographs. It will appeal to anyone interested in the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal. C1347 - $18.50

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The History of Poolesville [Maryland]. Dona L. Cuttler and Dorothy J. Elgin. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. Spans two hundred and seventy years from the earliest land grants to the latest conveniences. This book displays 152 historic photographs. C1450 - $26.00

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Records of the Almshouse of Prince George's County, Maryland. Prince George's County Genealogical Society. 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, 164 pp. Almshouse records include: Commitment Journal, 1927-1942; Commitment Papers, 1890-1940; Pensioners, 1866-1917; Census Excerpts, 1850-1920; Burial Permits, 1909-1940; Trustees Records, 1866-1884; Almshouse Cemetery; Keepers, Overseers, and Superintendents of the Almshouse; Sheriffs, 18091950; more. P0883 - $23.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Prince George's County, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1997), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 356 pp. This volume identifies those who served in the Army, Navy, signers of oaths and non-signers. Vital statistics, payroll, commissions, dates of birth and marriage, when available. Lists wives and children. P0431 - $28.00

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Somerset County, Maryland, Orphans Court Proceedings, Volume 2: 1823-1838. David V. Heise. (1997, 2001), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 246 pp. H0433 - $22.50 Somerset County, Maryland, Orphans Court Proceedings, Volume 3: 1838-1852. David V. Heise. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 316 pp. The Orphans Court handled appointment of guardians for orphans, guardian accounts, apprenticeships, administrators' accounts of estates and disputes concerning these matters. Also, there are several accounts of Revolutionary Veterans seeking pensions. The main value of these records is the relationships it lists, both stated and implied. H0436 - $27.00

Prince George's

Indexes of Protestant Episcopal (Anglican) Church Registers of Prince George's County, 1686-1885. Volume 1: King George Parish (Records 1689-1801) & Queen Anne Parish (Records 1686-1777). Helen W. Brown. (1979), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 208 pp. These are not really indexes but an alphabetical arrangement of the vital records. B0109 - $20.00 Indexes of Protestant Episcopal (Anglican) Church Registers of Prince George's County, 1686-1885. Volume 2: St. Paul's Parish at Baden (Records begin 1831) & Prince George Parish (known as Rock Creek Parish, Records 1711-1798). Helen W. Brown. (1979), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 204 pp. These are not really indexes but an alphabetical arrangement of the vital records. B0119 - $20.00 1800 Census Prince George's County, Maryland. Maryland Genealogical Society. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 42 pp. A faithful transcription of the census. M3783 $11.00 Colonial Settlers of Prince George's County, Maryland. Elise Greenup Jourdan. (1998), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 436 pp. Vital statistics and proof of relationships of people during the Colonial period found in the land, court, and church records of the county, as well as the records of the Prerogative Court of Maryland. J0000 - $35.00 Orphans and Infants of Prince George's County, Maryland, 1696-1750. Dorothy H. Smith. (1976), 2005, 8½x11, paper, comb binding, 124 pp. Over 110 names of orphans/infants with parents/guardinas appointed. In many instances ages of children are given and sometimes dates of birth. S0536 - $15.00 Prince George's County, Maryland, Land Records, 1696-1702. Prince George's County Genealogical Society. (1976), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 104 pp. Begins the series of land records. P0580 - $14.50 The Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland. Elise Greenup Jourdan. 5½x8½, paper, index. Contains the names of all persons and the land records from this time period also include transactions involving property other than real estate and other documents such as powers of attorney, depositions, and cattle marks. 1702-1709. (1990), 2006, 84 pp. J0177 - $11.50 1710-1717. (1990), 2000, 90 pp. J0492 - $11.50 1717-1726. (1991), 2008, 134 pp. J0194 - $16.50 1726-1733. (1994), 2005, 250 pp. J0378 - $22.50 1733-1739. (1996), 2008, 174 pp. J0040 - $19.00 1739-1743. (1996), 2008, 150 pp. J0405 - $17.50

Queen Anne's

1800 Census Queen Anne's County, Maryland. Maryland Genealogical Society. (1972), 8½x11 or 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 34 pp. A faithful transcription of the census. M3619 - $6.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Kent and Queen Anne's Counties. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1995), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 298 pp. Those who served in the Army, Navy, signers of oaths and non-signers. Vital statistics, payroll, commissions, dates of births and marriages, when available lists wives and children. P0367 - $24.00

Tax Lists of Somerset County, Maryland, 1730-1740. Jean Russo. 1992, paper, index, 308 pp. Lists taxables for all the hundreds which became the counties of Wicomico, Worcester & Somerset. Listed are the names of each free male 16 years and older, widows who are chargeable for the males in her household, and slaves, 16 years and older. Each year of this period is covered except 1732 (missing) and 1737 (two hundreds missing). R0198 - $22.00

The 1798 Federal Direct Tax of Somerset County, Maryland. Tom Reedy. (1999), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. Description of land, commercial buildings, number of slaves by owner, and a description of each dwelling-house exceeding the value of $100. Lists names of occupants and owners, types, dimensions and quality of buildings, value of property, general location of property. R0077 - $21.50 Stepney Parish Records of Somerset County, Maryland. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 94 pp. Birth, deaths, marriages, confirmations of St. Bartholomews at Green Hill and St. Mary's at Tyaskin. 1709-1889. D0136 - $13.50

Saint Mary's

Deaths and Burials in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Leona Cryer. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 454 pp. Burials in 36 cemeteries. Also included are burials for the past five years in certain cemeteries in neig oring Charles and Prince George's cos., and those for the past five years in area veterans' cemeteries. C0173 - $37.50 Revolutionary Patriots of Calvert and St. Mary's Counties, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1996), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 316 pp. This book is a research tool for locating the men and women who served in the military, or in some way contributed and supported the fight during the War. P9402 - $29.00

Land Records of Somerset County, Maryland. Ruth T. Dryden. (1985), 1994, 5½x8½, paper, index, maps, 537 pp. Abstracts of deeds, patents, notes from wills and tax records, evidence of marriages, family ties. D3291 - $35.00

Somerset

Cemetery Records of Somerset County, Maryland. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 164 pp. 181 cemeteries or plots. D0137 - $16.00 Parish of Somerset: Records of Somerset County, Maryland. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 86 pp. Births, deaths, marriages, baptisms, communicants of St. Andrews Episcopal Church, St. Stephens Church, All Saints Church of Wicomico Parish. 1695-1887. Most begin around 1797. D0150 - $13.00 Somerset County, Maryland, Orphans Court Proceedings, Volume 1: 1777-1792 and 18111823. David V. Heise. (1996), 2000, 6x9, paper, index, 212 pp. H0337 - $19.00

Rent Rolls of Somerset County, Maryland, 1663-1723. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989, 1993), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 142 pp. Names of tracts, survey date, location, in the now counties of Somerset, Worcester, Wicomico & part of Sussex County, Delaware. D0133 - $18.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Worcester and Somerset Counties, Maryland 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden Jr. (1999), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 354 pp. Names the men and women who served in the military, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom during the Revolutionary War. Approximately 5,000 names. P0081 - $28.00

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Revolutionary Patriots of Talbot County, Maryland, 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1998), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 204 pp. Names the men and women who served in the military, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom during the Revolutionary War. Approximately 3000 names. P0501 - $19.00 Talbot County, Maryland, Land Records. Bernice Leonard. 1992, 5½x8½, paper, index. Abstracts of the deeds, and land commissions. Book 6: 1725-1732. 116 pp. L0223 - $14.50 Book 7: 1733-1740. 134 pp. L0224 - $14.50 Book 8: 1740-1745. 134 pp. L0225 - $14.50 Book 9: 1745-1751. 127 pp. L0226 - $14.50 Book 10: 1751-1758. 124 pp. L0227 - $14.50 Book 11: 1758-1765. 138 pp. L0228 - $14.50 Book 12: 1765-1771. 136 pp. L0229 - $14.50 Book 13: 1771-1777. 129 pp. L0230 - $14.50 Book 14: 1777-1784. 121 pp. L0231 - $14.50 Book 15: 1784-1790. 161 pp. L0232 - $14.50

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Family Bible Records In The Washington County Free Library, Hagerstown, Maryland. Marsha Lynne Fuller, CGRS. (2003), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 302 pp. This volume provides over 8,000 entries (1738-1999) followed by a handy fullname index. W0879 - $35.00 Washington County Maryland Cemetery Records. Dale W. Morrow. 8½x11, paper, index. Originally hand copied by Samuel Webster Piper. typed and indexed by Conococheague Chapter, NSDAR. Volume 1. (1992), 2007, 156 pp. Encompassing

the cemeteries of Sharpsburg District #1 (13 cemeteries) and Williamsport District #2 (8 cemeteries). M0242 - $23.00 Volume 2. (1993), 2007, 146 pp. Clearspring District 4 and Hancock District 5. M0253 - $22.50 Volume 3. (1993), 2007, 160 pp. Cavetown District 7, Rohrersville District 8, and Conococheague District. M0256 - $23.50 Volume 4. (1993), 2007, 166 pp. Funkstown District (10), Sandy Hook District (11), Ringgold District (14), Indian Springs (15), Beaver Creek District (16) and Chewsville District. M0267 - $24.50 Volume 5. (1993), 2007, 176 pp. Leitersburg District (9), Tilghmanton District (12), Keedysville District (19) and Wilson District (23). M0268 - $24.50 Volume 6. (1994), 2007, 154 pp. Downsville District (20) and Halfway District (26), Hagerstown District (21), 25 and 22 in part. Includes family cemeteries in Williamsport and Hagerstown. M0287 - $22.50 Volume 7. (1994), 2007, 176 pp. Remainder of District 22 of Hagerstown: part of Rose Hill Cemetery, St. John Episcopal Church Yard and others. M0288 - $24.50

HERITAGE BOOKS

Complete Personal Name Index to a History of Washington County, Maryland. Thomas J. C. Williams. (1992, 1995), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 300 pp. W0241 - $28.00

Wicomico

Graveyards & Gravestones of Wicomico. John E. Jacob. (1996, 1998), 2003, 5½x8½, index, paper, 136 pp. Earliest inscription from 1739. Most are from the 1800s. J0498 - $16.00 Store Accounts of John Nelms of Salisbury [Wicomico County, Maryland], 1758-1787. John E. Jacob, Jr. (1990), 2001, 6x9, paper, alpha., 88 pp. Lists persons of the Salisbury area and beyond; what they bought and what they owed. J0172 - $15.50

Worcester

Worcester County Marriage Licenses, 17951865. Mary Beth and Vanessa Long. (1990), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. Earliest known marriage licenses issued in Worcester County, MD. L0180 - $21.00 Worcester Will Books, Liber JW, 1790-1799. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 58 pp. D3394 - $12.00 Worcester Will Books, Liber JBR. 1799-1803. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 32 pp. D9503 - $9.00 Worcester Will Books, Liber JBR. 1803-1806. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 30 pp. Accounts and inventories included. D3395 $10.50 Worcester Will Books, Liber MH. 1806-1813. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 42 pp. Accounts and inventories included. D3764 $11.00 Worcester Will Books, Liber MH. 1822-1833. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 60 pp. Accounts and inventories included. D0504 $11.00 Worcester County, Maryland, Orphans Court Proceedings Volume 1, 1777-1800. David V. Heise. (1998), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 362 pp. Ages of apprentices and orphans are given. Many relationships are revealed, stated and implied. H0468 - $29.50 Worcester County, Maryland, Orphans Court Proceedings Volume 3, 1816-1832. David V. Heise. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 508 pp. Information on guardianships, apprenticeships and probate of estates involving minors, giving much genealogical information not found in other records. Index includes free Blacks and slaves, with and without surnames. H0941 - $41.00

Washington

History of Leitersburg District, Washington County, Maryland. Herbert C. Bell. (1898), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 170 pp. The plan of this work includes the original land tenure of the District, its first settlement, and material development; the origin and growth of its churches, schools, and other institutions, and of the village of Leitersburg; and a series of biographical sketches, combining much of the personal with the public history. B3481 - $18.00 Marriages of Washington County, Maryland. An Index: 1799-1860. Dale Morrow and Deborah Morrow. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. Previously published by TRACES. M0162 - $17.00 Wills of Washington County, 1776-1890. Dale and Deborah Jensen Morrow. (1992), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 41 pp. An index of wills and estate documents held in the County Clerk's Office. M0243 - $8.00 Distribution of Estates Accounts, Washington County, Maryland, 1778-1835. Dale & Deborah Jensen Morrow. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 108 pp. The Distribution Books were used until 1835 to record the settlement of estates. The decedents are arranged alphabetically and there is a surname index to other names. M0211 - $15.00 The History of the Smithsburg School, Part I, 1828-1948. Smithsburg Historical Society. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, 200 pp. A comprehensive examination of this school from its beginning as a one room school house to its 34th annual commencement. 0668s - $15.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Washington County, Maryland, 1776-1783. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1998), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 438 pp. This book is a research tool for locating the men and women of Washington County who supported the fight for freedom during the Revolutionary War. Genealogical data is included for most of the approx. 4,000 persons. The author used many primary and secondary sources. P0080 - $36.00

Washington County [Maryland] Church Records of the 18th Century, 1768-1800. F. Edward Wright. (1988), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. Lutheran and Reformed congregations frequently shared the same church building and sometimes records of the two congregations were combined. These baptism and marriage records are grouped chronologically by church and are indexed. W0115 - $18.00 St. Mary's Catholic Church Records: 18181900, Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. Marsha Lynne Fuller, CGRS. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 610 pp. Church history and records. F0770 - $42.00 African American Manumissions of Washington County, Maryland. Marsha Lynne Fuller, CGRS. (1997), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 265 pp. These transcripts, 1806-1862, include names, physical descriptions, and other data. F0716 - $25.00 Naturalizations of Washington County, Maryland, Prior to 1880. Marsha Lynne Fuller, CGRS. (1998), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 310 pp. These abstracts, 1798-1879, include name, birth date and place, date and port of emigration as well as witnesses. F0740 - $26.00 Washington County, Maryland, Obituary Locator, 1790-1943. C. William Ridenour. 2001, 584 pp. From the Daily Mail, Herald of Freedom, Hagerstown Gazette, Hagerstown Mail, Herald and Torch Light, Morning Herald and the Washington Spy. R0622 - $70.00

Cemetery Records Worcester County, Maryland. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 208 pp. D0768 - $22.00 1850 Census Worcester County, Maryland. 5½x8½, paper, 174 pp. X0490 - $11.00

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Worcester County, Maryland, Administration Bonds and Inventories, 1783-1790. Ruth T. Dryden. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 34 pp. Entries alphabetical by name. D0491 - $11.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Worcester and Somerset Counties, Maryland 1775-1783. Henry C. Peden Jr. (1999), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 352 pp. Names the men and women of the county who served in the military, or in some way contributed and supported the fight for freedom of the American colonies from the rule of Great Britain during the Revolutionary War. Approximately 5,000 names. P0081 - $28.00

2011

A Gazetteer of the State of Massachusetts. Elias Nason. (1889) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 2 vols., c792 pp. A topographical description, together with a brief historical and statistical notice, of the several counties, cities, towns, and villages of Massachusetts. N1043 - $51.50 How Firm a Foundation: William Bradford and Plymouth. John M. Pafford. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 140 pp. Opens with the birth of William Bradford in 1590, follows him to the New World in 1620, and concludes in 1691 when Plymouth became part of the Massachusetts Bay colony. Includes: British colonization, religion, government, education, Indians, and the New England Confederation. P2140 - $19.00 Historical Collections of the American Colonial Church, Volume 3: Massachusetts. William Stevens Perry. (1873), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 720 pp. Transcriptions of manuscript collections relating to the early church in Massachusetts from such sources as the Lambeth MSS, Letter Books of the Ven. Society for Propagation of the Gospel in Foreign Parts, Fulham MSS, and other original manuscripts. P0702 - $55.00 1692 Witch Hunt: The Layman's Guide to the Salem Witchcraft Trials. George Malcolm Yool. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. An account of the witch hunts from 1691 to their dramatic conclusion. Contains a wealth of information gleaned from various contemporary records, and the personal archives of descendants on both sides of the conflict. Y0565 - $18.00 The Quaker Invasion of Massachusetts. Richard P. Hallowell. (1883), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. This is a classic work of the early Quaker experience in Mass. Approximately half the volume is devoted to appendices which reproduce many relevant early documents, on the suppression of the Quakers, petitions, court testimony, and contemporary letters. H0085 $21.50 The Emancipation of Massachusetts: The Dream and The Reality. Brooks Adams. (1919), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 542 pp. Revised and enlarged edition. The history of Massachusetts' emancipation from narrow-minded religious thinking to liberalism. Narrative covers the Antinomians, the Anabaptists, the Quakers, witchcraft, Brattle Church, Harvard College, and the American Revolution. A2295 - $40.00

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Correspondence of William Shirley, Governor of Massachusetts and Military Commander of America, 1731-1760. Charles Henry Lincoln, Ph. D., ed. (1912) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 509+621 pp. Nearly 450 primary documents relating to both the Five Years' French and Indian War (1744-1749, Governor Shirley's War), and the more important Seven Years' French and Indian War (1755-1763). L2340 - $86.50 Bradford's History "Of Plimoth Plantation" from the Original Manuscript. Gov. William Bradford. (1901), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 574 pp. Corrects numerous errors and omissions which had appeared in the 1856 edition. B0296 $41.50 New England Family Histories And Genealogies: State of Massachusetts. Lu Verne V. Hall. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols, 781 pp. A master bibliography of published genealogies of Massachusetts families arranged by surname. H2070 - $55.50 Colonial Times on Buzzard's Bay. William Root Bliss. (1889), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 246 pp. Beginning with the first settlers on the shores of Buzzard's Bay, the author describes the interesting nature of these hard working, fairminded and frugal people. He follows their history up until the coming of a railroad into the same region. B2148 - $26.00 Early Generations of the Founders of Old Dunstable: Thirty Families. Ezra S. Stearns. (1911), 1986, paper, index, 109 pp. Detailed genealogies. S0078 - $12.00 Epitaphs From Graveyards in Wellesley (Formerly West Needham), North Natick, and Saint Mary's Churchyard in Newton Lower Falls, Massachusetts. George Kuhn Clarke. 1990, 5½x8½, paper, index, 236 pp. Genealogical and biographical notes. C0021 - $21.00 Remarkable High Tories: Supporters of King and Parliament in Revolutionary Massachusetts. William H. B. Thomas. (2001), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 338 pp. Their family histories are intertwined in this account of loyalist activity in Massachusetts. T1705 - $29.50 Cape Cod [Massachusetts] Annals. Marise Fawsett. 1990, paper, index, 218 pp. Perfect for those who seek an over-view of the Cape, past and present. F0321 - $22.00

MASSACHUSETTS

The Pilgrim Fathers: Their Church and Colony, With Twelve Illustrations And A Map. Winnifred Cockshott. (1909) 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 388 pp. Covers Pilgrims in England, Netherlands, and America. C2218 - $31.50 Two Christian Commonwealths: William Bradford's Plymouth and John Winthrop's Massachusetts. John M. Pafford. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. This study examines the English Reformation, its aftermath, and the resultant impact on the founding of Plymouth and Massachusetts Bay. The focus is on the efforts to build a Christian body politic with representative government and individual rights. P4231 - $24.50 Early Planters of Scituate [Massachusetts]. Harvey Hunter Pratt. (1929), 2008. 5½x8½, paper, index, 442 pp. Extensively annotation, drawing upon original documents to establish the history of the town, and biographies and family histories. P0885 - $41.00 History of Massachusetts. George Lowell Austin. (1884), 2002, paper, index, 598 pp. From the 1600s to 1883. A2249 - $47.00

Massachusetts Privateers of the Revolution. Gardner Weld Allen. (192, 19987), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 400 pp. Listings for each privateer are alphabetical by ship names and indexed with the names of commanders, crew, owners, bondsmen, and others. This work was originally published as Massachusetts Historical Society Collections, Volume 77. A0965 - $34.00 The Pioneers of Massachusetts, A Descriptive List, Drawn from Records of the Colonies, Towns, and Churches, and Other Contemporaneous Documents. Charles Henry Pope. (1900), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 566 pp. Attempts to identify all the men who came to Massachusetts between 1620 and 1650, a period of enormous influx, and follows them to their death date with a genealogical sketch. P0398 - $40.00 Every Day Life in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. George Francis Dow. (1935), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 293 pp. This wonderfully informative sourcebook has the answers to all of your questions about everyday life in the colony in the 17th and 18th centuries. D2125 - $33.50

Journal of Occurrences: Patriot Propaganda on the British Occupation of Boston, 1768-1769. Armand Francis Lucier. (1996), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 246 pp. A fascinating collection of newspaper accounts compiled by Samuel Adams and others in an effort to influence the masses, by recording the abuses of the city magistrates and the British occupying forces with an inflammatory rhetoric that vividly captures the intense feelings of the era. L0569 - $25.00

Essex County Deeds 1639-1678, Abstracts of Volumes 1-4, Copy Books, Essex County, Massachusetts. Essex Society of Genealogists. (2003), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 392 pp. This volume consists of abstracts from the first four copy books of the Essex County Deed Books. These records are a rich source of names complete with details of the transactions and the properties involved (as available). E2441 - $31.00

Essex County Deeds 1675, Abstracts of Volume 5, Copy Books, Essex County, Massachusetts. Essex Society of Genealogists, Inc. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 108 pp. These records are a rich source of names complete with details (as available) of the transactions and properties involved: names of buyer and seller, date of transaction, description of property, payment(s), and witnesses. E4543 - $17.00

Salem Witchcraft and Hawthorne's "House of the Seven Gables". Enders A. Robinson. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 404 pp. A detailed and highly readable account of the Salem witchcraft affair of 1692 in three parts. R0515 $32.50

Grand Army of the Republic: Civil War Veterans, Department of Massachusetts, 18661947. A. Dean Sargent. (2002), 2009, 8½x11, cloth, alphabetical, 528 pp. Includes brief biographical data on over 36,000 members. S2117 - $75.00

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The Essex Genealogist. Essex Society of Genealogists, Inc. reprint, 8½x11, paper, index, See www.HeritageBooks.com for contents of each volume. Volume 3, 1983. 262 pp. E0465 - $35.00 Volume 4, 1984. 266 pp. E0466 - $35.00 Volume 10, 199. 286 pp. E0567 - $35.00 Volume 11, 1991. 298 pp. E0597 - $35.00 Volume 12, 1992. 300 pp. E0598 - $35.00 Volume 13, 1993. 306 pp. E0640 - $35.00 Volume 14, 1994. 310 pp. E0641 - $35.00 Volume 15, 1995. (1995). 309 pp. E015 - $35.00 Volume 16, 1996. 2000, 284 pp. E1462 $34.50 Volume 17, 1997. 2001, 280 pp. E1700 $34.50 Volume 19, 1999. 2001. 280 pp. E1885 - $35.00 Volume 21, 2001. (2001), 2007. 270 pp. E3833 $39.00 Volume 22, 2002. (2002), 2007. 266 pp. E3832 $39.00 Volume 23, 2003. 2007. 266 pp. E4513 - $33.00 Volume 24, 2004. 2007. 256 pp. E4514 - $32.00 Volume 25, 2005. 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 228 pp. E4797 - $29.00 Volume 26, 2006. (2006), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 214 pp. E5164 - $29.00 Volume 27, 2007 (2007), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 214 pp. E5167 - $29.00 Index to Volumes 16-20 (1996-2000). 2002. 154 pp. E2032 - $23.50

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Historical Collections (Massachusetts), Volume Two. Holmes Ammidown. (1874), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 598 pp. Includes town histories of Sturbridge, Charlton and Sout ridge in Worcester County. A0437 - $41.00

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Passengers on the "Lion" From England to Boston, 1632, and five generations of their descendants. Sandra Sutphin Olney. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 844 pp. Genealogical information is given on the forty-two original passengers as well as through four additional generations of his or her descendants. O0706 - $63.00 Autobiography of Henry Fowle of Boston 17661837 (Massachusetts). David H. Kilmer. 1991, 5½x8½, paper, index, 248 pp. Mr. Fowle was a mainly self-educated man who worked at a mechanic's trade but he managed to become acquainted with some of the most famous people of his time. K0482 - $24.00 The 1848 Boston Cultivator: Marriages, Deaths and Miscellaneous Readings. Elaine Morrison Fitch. 2003, 6x9, paper, index, 542 pp. The vital records of births, deaths and marriages are a wonderful resource for family historians. The articles abstracted from this weekly newspaper are presented in chronological order for the year 1848. F0877 - $43.00 The Boston Recorder and Telegraph, 1825. Elaine Morrison Fitch. 2004, 6x9, paper, index, 370 pp. The articles abstracted from this weekly newspaper are presented in chronological order for the year 1825. They include shipping news, fires, ordinations, Indian affairs, obituaries, lists of marriages and deaths. F0927 - $32.50 Police Records And Recollections; Or, Boston By Daylight And Gaslight For Two Hundred And Forty Years. Edward H. Savage. (1873), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 411 pp. A series of vignettes, written with obvious good humor and compassion, form the bulk of this book. Sit back and enjoy this taste of city life at street level, flavored by fascinating historical tidbits, interesting incidents and colorful characters. Meet the joking Lieutenant, the drunken lecturer, and even the author's cat! Individual tales are brief, but it's hard to read just one. S2041 - $33.00 Boston Marriages From 1700 To 1751. Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. (1898) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 468 pp. A major collection drawn for town, church, and private sources. R1565 - $35.00 Boston Beginnings, 1630-1699. Jay Mack Holbrook. 1980, 6x9, cloth, alpha., 321 pp. Contains 16,256 names from every known listing of 17th-century Bostonians, thirty-four different sources in all. H0005 - $35.00 Selectmen's Minutes from 1742-3 through 1753. Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. (1887), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 330 pp. Diverse records concerning Boston residents, landowners, entrepreneurs, colonial officials, ship's captains, and others. R1546 - $26.50 Selectmen's Minutes from 1754 through 1763. Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. (1887), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 322 pp. Diverse records concerning Boston residents, landowners, entrepreneurs, colonial officials, ship's captains, and others. R1592 - $29.00

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The Early Records of the Town of Rowley Massachusetts. 1639-1672. Being Volume One of the printed Records of the Town. Benjamin P. Mighill and George B. Blodgette. (1894, c1980), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 272 pp. General affairs of the town of Rowley from 1639 to 1672 is a much worn, mutilated, and neary illegible, many leaves are missing, so that nothing remains of record before August, 1647. The printed copy begins on page 51. Another book, containing the record of the laying out of lands and division of fences, was begun in 1643. It appears herein on the first fifty pages and thence chronologically in connection with the first named record. There is a third book, styled "Book No. 1" of the town records, into which some matters of the book have imperfectly copies. Records therein, not found in the other two books, appear herein in proper order. These records have been carefully transcribed to follow the original words, letters, punctuation and blank spaces so that the reader has all the advantages that can be gained from the original, save the handwriting. M4897 - $27.00 Records of the Proprietors of the Common Lands in the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts, 1703-1795. Andrea Leonard. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. Contains transcriptions of hand-written property and boundary descriptions, as well as records from proprietors' meetings. L0572 - $22.00 Cemetery Inscriptions of the Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts, and its Villages, 1600-1900, with Corrections and Additions. Paul J. Bunnell. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 456 pp. This revised collection of 33 cemeteries is an alphabetical arrangement of inscriptions found on tombstones and in records. These cemeteries are found in Barnstable, West Barnstable, Cotuit, Marstons Mills, Centerville, Hyannis, Hyannisport, Cummaquid and Oesterville, Mass. B0176 - $36.00

The Essex Genealogist, Index to Volumes 115 (1981-1995). Essex Society of Genealogists, Inc. (1998, 2008), 2010, 8½x11, paper, 356 pp. Subject index and a fullname index to the first 15 volumes of The Essex Genealogist. E1009 $51.50

The Essex Genealogist, Index 2001-2005. Essex Society of Genealogist, Inc. 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 86 pp. This series contains genealogical items specific to Essex County, Mass., as well as general information and advice about genealogy. This master volume consists of both a subject index and a full name index to volumes 21-25 of The Essex Genealogist. E4798 $19.00 The Beechwoods Confederacy, 1709-1809. The Colonial History of Beechwoods, Middleboro, Plymouth County, Massachusetts. Kenneth Leonard. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. The author sets the stage by first discussing the expansion of Plymouth Colony (1620-1699) and the nascent beginnings of Beechwoods (16991709). L2361 - $34.50 Records of the Colony of New Plymouth in New England, Volume X: Acts of the Commissioners of the United Colonies of New England, 16531679. David Pulsifer. (1859) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 492 pp. Concerned with the response of the commissioners to various aspects of the Articles of Confederation for the United Colonies, and with disputes between the individual colonies over trade terms, deeds, land usage and Indian affairs. P1068 - $35.50

Life of a Haunted House. The Barnstable House of Barnstable, Massachusetts. Genealogy of A Real Haunted House. Paul J. Bunnell, FACG, UE. (2003), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 156 pp. Whether or not you believe in ghosts, the documentation and testimonies surrounding the history of this house raise the question: Do spiritual entities really exist? This story comes to life in 1713 and takes you right up to the present day. It covers the history and genealogy of many of the ancient families of the Cape Cod area and documents the owners of the Barnstable house over the years. B0859 - $22.50

Boston, the Red Coats, and the Homespun Patriots, 1766-1775. Armand Francis Lucier. (1998), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 460 pp. The articles document the significant occurrences of the pre-war years as well as the entire spectrum of public interest. L0999 - $36.50

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Selectmen's Minutes from 1764 through 1768. Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. (1889), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 352 pp. Diverse records concerning Boston residents, landowners, entrepreneurs, colonial officials, ship's captains, and others. R1617 - $28.00

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The Early Records of the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts, 1659-1673, Volume 4. Don Gleason Hill. (1894) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 304 pp. This work contains a misc. collection of papers, and records (principally of land grants), and a complete transcript of the Town Meeting and Selectmen's Records contained in Book Three of the General Records of the Town, 1659-1673. H1899 - $27.00 Epitaphs in the Old Burial Place, Dedham, Massachusetts. Rev. Carlos Slafter, A. M., (1888), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 54 pp. A diagram of the burial ground with an index to the location of epitaphs precedes the transcription of the epitaphs. The epitaphs typically give the deceased's full name, date of death, and age of death. Many of them also indicate the name(s) and relationships of surviving family members. S0073 - $12.00 Epitaphs in the Old Burying-Ground at Deerfield, Massachusetts. C. Alice Baker and Emma L. Coleman. (1924), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 56 pp. This work consists of exact transcriptions of the epitaphs from the Old Burying Ground at Deerfield, Massachusetts. Most of the inscriptions list the date of death in the mid-to-late 1700s, with a few in the early 1700s. B3507 - $11.00 Good Old Dorchester [Massachusetts]: A Narrative History of the Town, 1630-1893. William Dana Orcutt. (1893) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 496 pp. The author covers the Colonial times, the Provincial times, from the Revolution to the War of the Rebellion, the schools, churches and homes, and also the Modern times (1861-1893). O2063 - $37.00 A History Of The Town Of Duxbury, Massachusetts, with Genealogical Registers. Justin Winsor. (1849) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 360 pp. Duxbury was settled in 1632 by the people of Plymouth and was named in homage to Captain Standish's English estate, Duxbury Hall. More than 200 families are mentioned in the genealogical register. W1747 - $28.50 History of Easthampton, Massachusetts. Payson W. Lyman. (1866), reprint, cloth, index, 200 pp. Includes a 52 page genealogical register. L0058 $29.00 Dorchester Town Records (Massachusetts). The Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. (1883) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 329 pp. Comprises the first volume of public records for the town of Dorchester, dated as early as the 1630's and extending to the end of the 17th century. R1138 - $26.50 Vital Statistics of Easton, Massachusetts, 1864 to 1910. Births, Marriages, Deaths Extracted from Easton Annual Reports. Harry G. Woodworth. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 360 pp. Over 40 years of birth (1872-1910), marriage (1872-1910), and death (1864-1910) records. W9961 - $27.00 History of Grafton, Worcester County, Massachusetts, from its Early Settlement by the Indians in 1647 to the Present Time, 1879. Frederick C. Pierce. (1879) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 640 pp. Genealogies include character sketches, professional profiles and death notices of the oldest local families. P1928 - $49.50

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In Old South Hadley [MA]. Sophie E. Eastman. (1912), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 334 pp. From 1632 up to the mid 1800s. E2221 - $19.95 Historic Hadley: A Story of the Making of a Famous Massachusetts Town. Alice Morehouse Walker. (1906), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 158 pp. Origins, growth, and development of this New England town. "Painstaking effort has been made to search the town records, to scrutinize every historical document, and to weigh carefully familiar traditions." W1397 - $16.50 Individual and Family Records Hampden County, Massachusetts, Supplement to History of Hampden County, Massachusetts. Clifton Johnson. (1936) reprint, paper, 2 volumes, illus., fullname index, 744 pp. Originally published in 1936 as Book 3 of Clifton Johnson's local history on Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1636-1936. Contains close to 400 individual entires about citizens and families of Springfield, Holyoke and communities of Hampden County. Connects family members, estates, businesses, churches, organizations, military units, and much more not readily available information. J1192 - $49.00

The History of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Nahum Mitchell. (1840, 1983, 1997), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, new index, 456 pp. Bridgewater was the first interior settlement in Old Plymouth Colony, and as such has great historical and genealogical interest. M9036 - $36.00 Vital Statistics of Bridgewater, Massachusetts. Harry G. Woodworth. 2005, 5½x 8½, paper, 262 pp. W2540 - $29.50 The Records of the Town of Cambridge (Formerly Newtowne), Massachusetts, 16301703. Edward J Brandon. (1901) reprint, cloth, index, 397 pp. A complete transcription of the first volume of Cambridge records of Town Meetings and Selectmen's actions. B0050 - $36.00

The Cambridge of 1776. Mary Williams Greely. (1875), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 138 pp. Complete with the Diary of Dorothy Dudley, together with an historical sketch, several poems, numerous anecdotes and decriptions of people of the time. G3026 - $19.00

History of Cambridge, Massachusetts, 16301877, Index and Supplement. Mary Isabella Gozzaldi. (1930) reprint, cloth, 860 pp. This supplement to Paige's "History of Cambridge, Mass. " contains additional genealogical data gleaned from the Vital Records of Cambridge and from various church records, town histories, genealogies, and Bibles which greatly extended the genealogies. G0012 - $63.50 The History of Concord, Massachusetts: Colonial Concord. Alfred Sereno Hudson. (1904), 1999, 5½x8½, paper, index, 496 pp. Presented mainly in the form of a traveler's narrative. Covers from the origin of the town in 1635, up to 1692, at which time the Massachusetts Bay Colony became a province. H1336 - $41.00 Genealogies of Some Old Families of Concord, Massachusetts, and Their Descendants, in Part to the Present Generation. Charles Edward Potter. (1887), 2007, 8½x11, index, 168 pp. Genealogical tables include thousands of names plus the dates for births, marriages, and deaths and lists the places where births and deaths occured. More than 150 sketches. P0161 - $24.50 The Early Records of the Town of Dedham, Massachusetts, 1636-1659: A Complete Transcript Of Book One Of The General Records Of The Town, Together With The Selectmen's Day Book, Covering A Portion Of The Same Period, Being Volume Three Of The Printed Records Of The Town. Illustrated With Fac-Similes Of The Handwriting Of Four Town Clerks And Of Autographs Of Fifty Of The Early Settlers. Don Gleason Hill. (1892), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 256 pp. A sketch of Lusher, and 50 facsimile reprints of autographs, augment the text. H1813 - $25.00

History of Western Massachusetts: The Counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire, Embracing an Outline or General History of the Section, an Account of its Scientific Aspects and Leading Interests, and Separate Histories of Its One Hundred Towns. Josiah Gilbert Holland. (1855) reprint, new index, 2 vols., 1230 pp. An important early history of western Massachusetts. H0934 - $80.50 History of Western Massachusetts: The Counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire, Embracing an Outline or General History of the Section, an Account of its Scientific Aspects and Leading Interests, and Separate Histories of Its One Hundred Towns, Volume 1, Parts I and II. Josiah Gilbert Holland. (1855), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index,. An important early history of western Massachusetts. H5032 - $42.00 History of Western Massachusetts: The Counties of Hampden, Hampshire, Franklin, and Berkshire, Embracing an Outline or General History of the Section, an Account of its Scientific Aspects and Leading Interests, and Separate Histories of Its One Hundred Towns, Volume 2, Parts III. Josiah Gilbert Holland. (1855), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 688 pp. An important early history of western Massachusetts. H5033 - $50.00 The Birth, Marriage and Death Register, Church Records and Epitaphs of Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1643-1850. Henry S. Nourse, A. M. (1890), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 510 pp. Records come from a variety of sources, including: Middlesex Co. court, town records, five churches, Rev. Bartol, Judge Wilder and seven burial grounds. The everyname plus subject index lists places and persons. N0801 - $38.00

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The Proprietors' Records of the Town of Lunenburg, Massachusetts, including Fitchburg and a Portion of As y, 1729-1833. Walter C. Davis. (1897), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 388 pp. Primarily concerned with land grants, and include accounts of the initial lot divisions, the names of all the earliest known settlers and descriptions of the original estates. D1456 - $30.00 The History of Ludlow, Massachusetts: With Biographical Sketches of Leading Citizens, Reminiscences, Genealogies, Farm Histories, and an Account of the Centennial Celebration, June 1, 1874, 2nd Edition. Alfred Noon. (1912, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 590 pp. Includes history and development of the town, biographies, genealogies and reminiscences of the town, and an account of the Centennial celebration of June 17, 1874. N1215 - $44.50 The Biographical Sketches Of Prominent Persons And The Genealogical Records Of Many Early And Other Families In Medway, Massachusetts, 1713-1886. E. O. Jameson. (1886) 2002, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 208 pp. J2197 - $22.50

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A History of Natick, from its First Settlement in 1651 to the Present Time: With Notices of the First White Families, and also an Account of the Centennial Celebration, Oct. 16, 1851, Rev. Mr. Hunt's Address at the Consecration of Dell Park Cemetery. Oliver N. Bacon. (1856), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 263 pp. B2146 - $25.00 History of Needham, Massachusetts, 1700-1911: Including West Needham, Now the Town of Wellesley, To Its Separation From Needham in 1881, With Some References To Its Affairs To 1911. George Kuhn Clarke, A. M., LL. B. (1912), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 2 vols., 746 pp. C1559 - $51.50

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show up in many other records. There is a complete index in each volume. D0183 - $38.00 Provincetown, Massachusetts Census Records, 1790-1840. Edith P. Ferguson. 8½x11, paper, index, 127 pp. Complete transcriptions of Federal censuses with indexes. F0026 - $17.50 Provincetown, Massachusetts Census Records, 1850. Edith P. Ferguson. 8½x11, paper, index, 151 pp. Complete transcriptions of Federal censuses with indexes. F0027 - $20.50 Provincetown, Massachusetts, Census Records, 1860. Edith P. Ferguson. 8½x11, paper, index, 122 pp. Complete transcriptions of Federal censuses with indexes. F0052 - $17.50

Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker; Occupations in Newburyport, Massachusetts from the 1850 Census. Margaret P. Motes. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, 200 pp. There are over 4,800 individuals listed in this book. Abstracted information includes name, age, sex, occupation, color, place of birth, household and dwelling number and the area within Newburyport. The appendix lists men who went to CA (1850 Newburyport City Directory). M1823 - $20.00 History of the Early Settlement of Newton, County of Middlesex, Massachusetts, from 1639 to 1800, with a Genealogical Register of its Inhabitants Prior to 1800. Francis Jackson. (1854) reprint, cloth, index, 606 pp. About 2/3rds genealogical register of residents prior to 1800. J0041 - $44.00 King's Handbook of Newton, Massachusetts. M. F. Sweetser. (1889), reprint, paper, index, 344 pp. This handbook is a rich source of historical and statistical material, filled with notable and interesting facts, and presented in "a simple, entertaining and trustworthy manner. " Over 200 illustrations. S2042 - $29.00 History of the Town of Plymouth [Massachusetts], with a sketch of the Origin and Growth of Separatism. William T. Davis. (1885), 2001, 8½x11, paper, indices, 204 pp. Brief, informative historical sketch. Begins with the Dutch and English origins of the Separatist movement. Follows the course of events in Plymouth to the Civil War. D1713 - $30.00

Freetown, Massachusetts, Vital Records, 1686-1890. Helen Gurney Thomas. 1988, 5½x8½, paper, 484 pp. T0136 - $40.00 Charlestown Land Records 1638-1802. Record Commissioners of the City of Boston. (1883), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 286 pp. The second, revised, edition of the report on public land records of Charlestown. Some 300 entries describing land holdings, transactions and disputes. R1204 - $27.00

The Genealogies and Estates of Charlestown, in the County of Middlesex, and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 16291818. Thomas Bellows Wyman. (1879) repr, index, 2 vols., 1174 pp. This work attempts to identify all the residents of Charlestown from its first settlement until about 1818, placing them in a genealogical context. Also provides a concise summary of real estate transactions as culled from the first 139 volumes of Middlesex deeds, Suffolk County deeds, and town records. W0383 - $69.00

The Early Records of the Town of Rowley Massachusetts. 1639-1672. Being Volume One of the printed Records of the Town . Benjamin P. Mighill and George B. Blodgette. (1894, 1898, c1980), , 5½x8½, cloth, index, c600 pp. These records have been carefully transcribed to follow the original words, letters, punctuation and blank spaces so that the reader has all the advantages that can be gained from the original, save the handwriting. Also includes: Early Records of Rowley, Mass., First Record of the First Church, Copied and Communicated to the Essex Institute by George B. Blodgette, Esq. and Inscriptions from the Old Cemetery in Rowley, Mass. copied by George B. Blodgette, M.A. M0041 The Ships and Sailors of Old Salem. Ralph D. Paine. (1924), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 588 pp. This narrative history, taken from "log books, sea journals, and other manuscripts...(most of them written during the years between the Revolution and the War of 1812)," includes voyages to Japan, India, the Philippines, Guam, the Cape of Good Hope, Sumatra, Arabia, and the South Seas. P3774 - $44.00 Sout ridge, Massachusetts, Vital Records to 1850. Jay Mack Holbrook. 1981, cloth, 290 pp. All recorded births, marriages and deaths up to 1850, alphabetically by surname. The records begin at the time of incorporation in 1816, some births from as early as 1793. H0009 - $30.00 History of the Town of Sutton, Massachusetts, From 1704 to 1876: including Grafton until 1735; Milbury until 1813; and parts of Nort ridge, Upton and Auburn. William A. Benedict, A. M. and Rev. Hiram A. Tracy. (1878), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 2 vols., 838 pp. Part I, The Annals, comprises business from town records, the founding fathers, and describing early lots & boundaries, etc. Part II, The Homes of Sutton, a brief history of every home, followed by Part III, Ecclesiastical and Educational, and Part IV, Manufacturing. Part V, Genealogical, traces 104 family names, noting more than 1000 families. Part VI, Military, Civil and Statistical, contains military records, names of town officials, and statistical tables. B1632 - $69.00

The Early Records of Lancaster, Massachusetts, 1643-1725. Henry S. Nourse, A.M. (1884) reprint, index, 364 pp. Records before 1726 scanty. This collection is filled with names and covers the topics of: annals of the Nashaway Plantation, 1643-1653; town records; King Philip's War; King William's War, 16891697; Queen Anne's War, 1701-1713; Lowell's War, 1722-1726; the Book of Lands; births, marriages and deaths, 1645-1700; and an appendix gives brief information on such people as town officials and ministers. N0757 - $28.50 Myricks, Massachusetts: A Farming Settlement, A Railroad Village. Gail E. Terry. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 200 pp. An extensive history of Myricks that also includes a Myricks family genealogy. T1005 - $21.50

Records of the Town of Plymouth, Volume 3 1743-1783. William T. Davis. (1889, 1989), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 482 pp. These volumes contain a complete, verbatim transcription of the town records of Plymouth, Massachusetts for the years 1636 to 1783. They record all the formal business of the town, such as town meetings, elections, laying out of roads, and land grants by the town; vital records were kept in separate books and are not included here. These records begin early in the life of the town and continue down through the end of the American Revolution. They provide a quite detailed picture of life at the time. Here you will find the local residents registering their cattle marks, being elected hog-reeve, or to some other minor town post, receiving permission to set up fishing stages or erect a fence, listed as voting at the town meeting, receiving a grant of land or cattle, assisting in the care of widows and orphans, having a road laid out past their property, and all manner of other interesting things. These records can be very helpful because they name a great many people, some of whom probably do not

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Webster, Massachusetts Vital Records to 1850. Jay Mack Holbrook. 1980, cloth, 321 pp. Contains all recorded births, marriages, and deaths to 1850 alphabatized by surname. The records begin at the time of incorportation in 1832, but there are some births from as early as 1799. H0008 - $30.00 Vital Records of Tisbury, Massachusetts to the year 1850. The New England Historic Genealogical Society. (1910), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 244 pp. Information from town, church, and private records with cemetery inscriptions and extracts from county records. N0555 - $22.50

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This Side of Anywhere (Minnesota Farm Chronicles). Vivian Loken. (2004), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 202 pp. Growing up in the house built by her Grandfather, while not easy, ingrained in Vivian Loken a respect for simple values, an awareness of the need to worship, and a consciousness of natural resources. L2531 - $19.50 Postcards from the Old Man and Other Correspondence from Clearwater, Minnesota. Cynthia Anne Frank Stupnik. (2004), 2007, 6x9, paper, 164 pp. The poems and essays in this book are about the type of individuals, situations, and places that impressed the author as she grew up. S2523 - $21.50

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Issaquena, Itawamba, Jackson, Jasper, Jefferson, Jones, Kemper, Lafayette, Lauderdale, and Lawrence. G4511 - $41.00 Mississippi 1850 Agricultural Census, Volume 2. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 226 pp. Lists head of household, acreage and value of holdings. Covers: Leake, Lowndes, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Monroe, Neshoba, Newton, Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Panola, Perry, Pike, and Pontotoc Counties. G4679 - $30.00 Mississippi 1850 Agricultural Census, Volume 3. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 212 pp. Names only the head of the household; however, they do yield unique information about how people lived. Often, individuals who were missed on the regular U.S. census will appear on the agricultural census. Six of the agricultural census's original forty-eight columns are transcribed here: name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Rankin, Scott, Simpson, Smith, Sunflower, Tippah, Tallahatchie, Tishomingo, Tunica, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Wilkinson, Winston, Yalobusha, and Yazoo. A surname index augments the records. G4773 - $29.00 Mississippi 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 1 comprises the following counties: Lowndes, Madison, Marion, Marshall, Monroe, Neshoba, Newton, Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Panola, Perry, Pike, and Pontotoc. Linda L Green. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 248 pp. G3166 - $37.50 Mississippi 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 2 comprises the following counties: Rankin, Scott, Simpson, Smith, Tallahatchie, Tippah, Tishomingo, Tunica, Warren, Wayne, Winston, Yalobusha, and Yazoo. Linda L Green. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 246 pp. G3161 - $37.50 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Mississippi, Volume 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 238 pp. This is the first volume in a series using alternate sources devoted to reconstruction of individuals that may have been listed in the destroyed 1890 census. Data is collected between the time periods of 1881 to 1891. E2030 - $22.50 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Mississippi, Volume 2. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 254 pp. In 1921, the 1890 Population Census was destroyed by fire. Alternate sources are used to reconstruct the destroyed 1890 census. Data is collected between the time periods of 1881 to 1899. E2453 - $26.00

Some Old Houses in Westborough, Massachusetts and their Occupants. With an Account of the Parkman Diaries. The Westborough Historical Society. (1906, 2002), 2009, paper, index, 70 pp. W2129 - $13.00

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Natchez Postscripts, 1781-1798. Carol Wells. (1992), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 82 pp. Includes depositions, wills, deeds, bills of sale, declarations, reports of disagreements. Intended as an extended index to the original typescript located at the Northwestern State University of Louisiana. W0604 - $17.00 The Mississippi Basin: The Struggle in America Between England and France 1697-1763. Justin Winsor. (1895) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 484 pp. Describes the conflict surrounding the colonization along the Mississippi River and its tributaries. W2343 - $37.00 Mississippi Index of Wills, 1800-1900. Betty Couch Wiltshire. (1989), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 212 pp. A master index to over 10,000 testators from 1800 to 1900. Most wills were recorded in will books, but some were found in inventory books, marriage books, and other unusual places. W0219 - $24.00 The Woodville Republican: Mississippi's Oldest Existing Newspaper. O'Levia Neil Wilson Wiese. 5½x8½, paper, index. These abstracts include announcements of Masonic Lodge meetings, legal notices, runaway slaves, marriages and deaths, religious and community events, court proceedings, legal disputes, estate and tax sales, military appointments, elections, epidemics, murders and suicides, and other data. Volume 1: December 18, 1823 through December 14, 1839. W0365 - $26.00 Volume 2: January 4, 1840 - October 30, 1847. (1991), 2007, 294 pp. W0475 - $26.50 Volume 3: January 8, 1848 - January 9, 1855. (1992), 2007, 338 pp. W9646 - $29.50 Volume 4: June 22, 1878 - December 25, 1880. (1994), 2007, 286 pp. W0964 - $26.00 Volume 5: January 1, 1881 - December 22, 1883. (1996), 2007, 304 pp. W0452 - $27.00 Volume 6: January 5, 1884 - December 26, 1891. (2000), 2007, 370 pp. W1555 - $31.50 Pontotoc County, Mississippi, Marriage Book, 1849-1891. Hazel Boss Neet. (2002), 2008, 8½x11, paper, 178 pp. Abstracts of the marriage data. N2034 - $25.50 Mississippi 1850 Agricultural Census, Volume 1. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 396 pp. This volume covers the counties of: Adams, Amite, Attala, Bolivar, Carroll, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Claiborne, Clarke, Coahomo, Copiah, Covington, DeSoto, Franklin, Greene, Hancock, Harrison, Hinds, Holmes,

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Minnesota Pioneer Sketches: From the Personal Recollections and Observations of a Pioneer Resident. Frank G. O'Brien. (1904), 2001, 6x9, paper, index, 391 pp. An excellent history of the state from the perspective on one of its pioneers. O0735 - $33.50 Floral Home: or, First Years of Minnesota Early Sketches, Later Settlements, and Further Development. Harriet E. Bishop. (1857), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 345 pp. This work chronicles the remarkable experiences of a young teacher, Harriet Bishop, who witnessed the earliest settlement in the territory known as Minnesota. B2165 - $29.50

Outbreak and Massacre by the Dakota Indians in Minnesota in 1862: Marion P. Satterlee's Minute Account of the Outbreak, with Exact Locations, Names of All Victims, Prisoners at Camp Release, Refugees at Fort Ridgely, etc. Complete List of Indians killed in battle and those hung, and those pardoned at Rock Island, Iowa. Don Heinrich Tolzmann, (2001), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 140 pp. Much has been written about the 1862 Sioux Uprising, or Dakota Conflict, in Minnesota, as its impact was dramatic. An immediate result was the flight of nearly 40,000 people from their homes, and an est. 1000 deaths. Not for the faint-hearted, this work contains accounts of the massacres, a chronological list of massacres, casualty lists, a description of the "scalp dance," a new introduction and an original full name index. T1896 - $16.00

Memories of the Battle of New Ulm: Personal Accounts of the Sioux Uprising. L. A. Fritsche's History of Brown County, Minnesota (1916). Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (2001), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 204 pp. New Ulm, Minnesota, bore the brunt of the Sioux Uprising in 1862 during two battles, which decided the fate of what became known as the Dakota Conflict. Drawn from Dr. Fritsche's county history, this work provides a documentary history of the conflict, and elucidates New Ulmer citizen's views of the conflict. T1863 $21.00

Slaves I - Claiborne County, Mississippi. Brenda Terry. (1995). 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 206 pp. Presents names gathered from Will Book A, 1804-1833; data compiled from the Port Gibson Property List, 1846-1858; and Certificates for Slave Sales, 1858-1860. Some slaves had been purchased in Mo., Ky. and Tenn., and then taken to Claiborne County to be sold. T0269 - $21.00

Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Mississippi. Stewart Sifakis. (1995), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp. Details the activities of this states units in the Confederacy. S0693 - $26.95

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Genealogical Abstracts from Missouri Church Records and Other Religious Sources, Volume 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1995, 2008), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. In addition to basic birth, baptism, marriage and death information there are clues as to where and when people moved. The following counties are covered: Atchison, Andrew, Audrain, Benton, Boone, Bollinger, Buchanan, Caldwell, Callaway, Cape Girardeau, Carroll, Cass, Chariton, Clay, Clinton, Cole, Cooper, Crawford, Dade, Daviess, Dekauld, Gasconade, Gentry, Grundy, Henry, Hickory, Howard, Iron, Jackson, Johnson, Knox, Lafayette, Lewis, Lincoln, Linn, Livingston, Macon, Marion, Mercer, Mississippi, Moniteau, Montgomery, Morgan, Perry, Pettis, Phelps, Pike, Platte, Ralls, Randolph, Ray, Ripley, St. Charles, St. Clair, St. Francois, St. James, St. Louis, Saline, Shelby, Stoddard, Warren, E0374 - $22.00

Missouri Birth and Death Records. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 5½x8½, paper, alpha. Since the state did not have complete compliance of birth and death registration until 1911, other sources such as church, military, cemetery, tax, and probate records and newspapers from the time period are the researcher's main tools in establishing dates of birth and death. Volume One. (1995), 2005, 448 pp. E0297 $37.50 Volume Two. (1999), 2008, 230 pp. E1147 $23.50 Volume Three. (2001), 2008, 288 pp. E1752 $27.00 Volume Four. (2001), 2009, 244 pp. E1854 $25.00 Annals of St. Louis in its Early Days under the French and Spanish Dominations. Frederic L. Billon. (1886), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 532 pp. B0690 - $38.00

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Lafayette, Madison, Marion, Moniteau, Morgan, Nodaway, Osage, Pettis, Polk, Putnam, Randolph, Ray, Saline, St. Charles, St. Francois, St. Louis, and Taney. E0233 - $25.00

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Missouri Genealogical Gleanings, 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 9. Sherida K Eddlemon. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 256 pp. Counties: Andrew, Atchison, Barry, Buchanan, Clark, Clay, St. Louis, and Shelby. E2544 - $29.00

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings, 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 3. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. Counties: Andrew, Atchison, Audrain, Bates, Boone, Buchanan, Carroll, Cape Girardeau, Cass, Chariton, Clay, Dade, Dent, Franklin, Gentry, Hickory, Howell, Jackson, Jasper, Knox, Macon, Montgomery, Osage, Ozark, Pemiscot, Polk, Randolph, Saline, St. Louis, Vernon and Washington. E0552 - $27.00 Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 4. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1997), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 244 pp. Counties: Andrew, Audrain, Boone, Buchanan, Carter, Cass, Clay, Grundy, Hickory, Howell, Jackson, Macon, Maries, Platte, Randolph, Reynolds, St. Louis and Taney. The section entitled "miscellaneous connections" includes lists of Missouri graduates from West Point, Civil War Medal of Honor recipients, Missourians listed on the Vietnam War Memorial, and excerpts from the Licking Valley Register (Covington, Kentucky) and the Weekly Kansas Chief. E0805 - $24.00

Missouri 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 1. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 298 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Adair, Andrews, Atchison, Audrain, Barry, Benton, Bates, Boone, Buchanan, Butler, Caldwell, Calloway, Camden, Cape Girardeau, Carroll, Cass, Cedar, Chariton, Clark, and Clay. G5196 - $35.00

1890 Union Veterans Census: Special Enumeration Schedules Enumerating Union Veterans and Widows of the Civil War. Missouri Counties: Bollinger, Butler, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Dunklin, Iron, Madison, Mississippi, New Madrid, Oregon, Pemiscot, Petty, Reynolds, Ripley, St. Francois, St. Genevieve, Scott, Shannon, Stoddard, Washington, and Wayne. Linda L Green. (1999), 2005, 8½x11, paper, 96 pp. G3159 $25.00 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Missouri, Volume 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 272 pp. In 1921, the 1890 Population Census was destroyed by fire. Alternate sources are used to reconstruct individuals that may have been listed in the destroyed 1890 census. Data is collected between the time periods of 1881 to 1891. E2481 - $27.50 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Missouri, Volume 2. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 256 pp. E2463 $24.50 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Missouri, Volume 3. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 220 pp. E2591 - $25.00 The "Show-Me" Guide to Missouri: Sources for Genealogical and Historical Research. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 1999, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 144 pp. Libraries, government agencies, genealogical societies, museums, archives, private collections, universities and other repositories for Missouri research. E1349 - $17.00 Genealogical Gems from Early Missouri Deeds, 1815-1850. Family and Locality Information from Selected Missouri County Land Records. Marsha Hoffman Rising. 2004, 5½x8½, cloth, index, 448 pp. Includes: land partitions, deeds of gift, powers of attorney, out-of-state deeds, granting of slaves, slave manumissions, and wills and marriages. R3220 - $40.00

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 5. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1998), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 258 pp. Counties: Atchison, Buchannan, Butler, Caldwell, Cape Girardeau, Carter, Chariton, Grundy, Laclede, Madison, Morgan, Nodaway, Pettis, Polk, St. Louis, Stone, Sullivan, Taney and Texas. There is also a miscellaneous section which includes letters, military lists from several wars, mortality schedules, and much more information about Missourians. E0984 - $24.50 Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 6. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2000), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 297 pp. Counties: Audrain, Barry, Boone, Butler, Callaway, Chariton, Clark, Clinton, Cole, Crawford, Gentry, Greene, Henry, Howell, Iron, Jackson, Jasper, Lafayette, Livingston, Macon, Miller, Montgomery, Nodaway, Pettis, Phelps, Platte, Polk, St. Louis, Stone,Washington. E1656 - $27.50

Missouri Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 3. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 276 pp. This is the third volume in the series of Missouri genealogical records and abstracts. The records in this volume cover the period from 1787 to 1839, which is a frustrating period for the Missouri/Arkansas researcher, because the area changed hands so frequently. E0447 - $26.50 Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 274 pp. The following counties are covered: Andrew, Audrain, Benton, Buchanan, Callaway, Carroll, Cass, Cedar, Chariton, Clark, Grundy, Henry, Hickory, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson, Lafayette, Lawrence, Lewis, Lincoln, Linn, Maries, Monroe, Montgomery, Perry, Ralls, Randolph, St. Clair, Ste. Genevieve, Saline, St. Louis, Vernon, and Warren. E0001 $25.00 Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Volume 2. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. The following counties are covered: Andrew, Atchison, Barton, Bates, Benton, Boone, Buchanan, Chariton, Caldwell, Carroll, Cass, Christian, Clay, Crawford, Dallas, Dent, Dunklin, Franklin, Gentry, Green, Iron, Jackson, Jefferson, Johnson,

Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 7. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2000), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 252 pp. Counties: Adair, Boone, Butler, Caldwell, CArter, Christian, Clark, Clinton, Franklin, Gentry, Henry, Jackson, Jasper, Lafayette, Livingston, Miller, Mississippi, Scott, St. Genevieve, St. Louis, Schuyler, Shannon, Vernon, and Washington. E1391 $25.00 Missouri Genealogical Gleanings 1840 and Beyond, Vol. 8. Sherida Eddlemon. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. Counties: Andrew, Boone, Caldwell, Callaway, Carroll, Cass, Chariton, Christian, Cole, Daviess, Greene, Hickory, Iron, Montgomery, Newton, Nodaway, Ozark, Perry, Pettis, Platte, Putnam, Francois, Stone and Taney. E2459 - $22.50

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People of Color: Black Genealogical Records and Abstracts from Missouri Sources, Volume 2. Teresa Blattner. (1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 178 pp. Missouri became a state on August 21, 1821, which meant free blacks could not be prevented from entering or remaining in the state. Since many other slave states restricted freed slaves and free blacks from staying within their borders, they migrated to Missouri. This is the second volume in this popular series; it gives information from the 1800s to this century, and draws from many sources. Together with Volume 1, this is an excellent research tool. B0927 - $21.50 Biographical Sketches of Cooper County, Missouri. W. F. Johnson. (1919, 1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 1096 pp. Originally published in 1919 as a huge volume containing more than 350 pages of county history and more than 800 pages of biographical sketches. To allow researchers to purchase only desired material, and to keep their costs down and their books less cumbersome, Heritage Books has split this original work into two volumes, history and biographical sketches, each described below. For ease of reference, new indices have been compiled and added to both volumes. Biographical Sketches of Cooper County, Missouri contains biographical sketches for an extensive range of Cooper County notables, most born in and alive through the 19th century. Politicians, ministers, doctors, teachers, justices of the peace, land owners, local businessmen, soldiers, and good Samaritans are all represented in this cross-section of the Cooper County populace. J0973 - $76.00 Dunklin County, Missouri Marriage Records: Volume 1, 1903-1916. Linda L. Green. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 178 pp. Listed are the name of groom, name of bride, and date the marriage was solemnized. There is an index after each volume. A few colored marriages are designated. G3163 - $32.00 Dunklin County, Missouri Marriage Records: Volume 2, 1916-1927. Linda L. Green. 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 154 pp. The entries in Volume 2 of Dunklin County, Missouri Marriage Records were transcribed from microfilms of volumes 13, 14, 15, 16, 16A, and 17, comprising the dates 1916-1927. Listed are the name of groom, name of bride, and date the marriage was solemnized. There is an index after each volume. A few colored marriages are designated. G3164 $30.00 Political History of Jackson County, Missouri: Biographical Sketches of Men Who Have Helped to Make It. Marshall and Morrison. (1902) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 276 pp. A collection of biographical sketches & photographs of about 200 citizens. M0709 - $26.00

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New Madrid County, Missouri Marriage Records 1899-1924. Linda L Green. (2003) 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 226 pp. This volume contains Marriage Books 4 through 10, each of which covers approximately three to four years. Three columns list the name of the groom, name of the bride, and the date the marriage was solemnized. G3167 - $29.50 Pemiscot County, Missouri Marriage Records, January 26, 1898 to September 20, 1912, Volume 1. Linda L Green. (2000), 2005, 8½x11, paper, index, 226 pp. Transcriptions from Marriage Books 3, 4, 5, and 6. Arranged chronologically, information includes groom, bride, date, name of the person who solemnized the marriage, and surname index. G3168 - $42.50 Pemiscot County Missouri Marriage Records: Vol. 2, 1911-1922. Linda L. Green. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 308 pp. This volume contains transcriptions from Marriage Books 7, 8, 9, and 10. Arranged chronologically, the information includes groom, bride, date, name of the person who solemnized the marriage, and a surname index. G3165 - $45.50

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Nevada Civil War Claims: Legislative Reports, 1888-1900. Diane E Greene, AG. (1888-1900), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 486 pp. Facsimile reprints of legislative reports for Nevada Civil War claims submitted between April 16, 1888 and May 16, 1900. Reports offer a richly detailed explanation of conditions and events related to "the suppression of the rebellion." Numerous tables and lists are included. G0956 - $38.00

NEW ENGLAND

The History of the Indian Wars in New England from the First Settlement to the Termination of the War with King Philip, in 1677. Reverend William Hubbard. (1677, 1864, 1990), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 626 pp. Has a new historical preface, a biography and genealogical chart on Hubbard, and very extensive notes by Samuel G. Drake which identify people and places, and otherwise greatly expands on the original text. H3291 - $46.00

Customs and Fashions in Old New England. Alice Morse Earle. (1893), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, 387 pp. Writings on early American life including the following chapters: Child Life; Courtship and Marriage Customs; Domestic Service; Home Interiors; Supplies of the Larder; Old Colonial Drinks and Drinkers; Travel, Tavern, and Turnpike; Holidays and Festivals; Sports and Diversions; Books and Book-Makers; Artifices of Handsomeness; Raiment and Vesture; Doctors and Patients; Funeral and Burial Customs. E0579 $30.00

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Wayne County, Nebraska, Newspaper Abstracts, 1876-1899. Maureen M. Lee. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 539 pp. Contains: birth, marriage and death notices, suicides, homicides, crimes, data on merchants and businesses, election results, taxpayer lists, soldiers, school honor rolls, church and society info, county commissioner proceedings, court proceedings, real estate transfers, and celebrations and special events. The newspapers used are the Wayne County Review, August 17, 1876 to August 25, 1876; Logan Valley Herald, January 4, 1884 to August 8, 1884; Wayne Herald-Tribune, August 15, 1884 to December 10, 1885; Wayne Herald, January 5, 1888 to June 21, 1888; Wayne Journal, November 30, 1892; and the Wayne Republican, August 17, 1895 to December 27, 1899. L1175 $43.50 Spanish American War Veterans from Nebraska. K. H. Simmons. 2000, 5½x8½, alpha., index, 414 pp. Material from microfilm service records, and from the book "The Roster of Soldiers, Sailors and Marines Who Served in the War of Rebellion, Spanish-Am. War & World War". S0608 - $31.00

New England Annals: History & Genealogy, Vol. 1. Laird C. Towle. 1980, cloth, index, 510 pp. Contains: Early Settlements of Worcester, Mass.; Narrative of James Johnson, Indian Captive of Charlestown, N. H., 1757; Chronicles of Casco Bay; Francis West of Duxbury, Mass.; History of the Congregational Church, Hampton, N. H.; Military History of Waterbury, Conn.; Some Descendants of Digory Sargent of Boston & Worcester; Salem, Mass. Baptisms in the 18th Century; Journal of Solomon Drowne, MD, Surgeon on the `Hope,' 1780. T9019 - $39.50

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Boulder City Cemetery, Boulder City, Clark County, Nevada, 1942 to June 2000. Diane E. Greene. 2001, 5½x8½, index, 2 vols., 831 pp. Information from personal history sheets, burial transfer permits and the Boulder City Cemetery Clerk's office. Some obituaries have been added where found. G0657 - $65.00 Boulder City, Cemetery, Volume 3. Diane E. Greene. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 432 pp. This volume contains obituaries not included in the first two volumes. Also included are local newspaper articles, legislative reports and the Boulder City Municipal Code, relating to the cemetery. G4089 - $35.00

The Negro in Colonial New England 16201776. Lorenzo Johnston Greene, Ph.D. (1942, 2008), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 404 pp. Presents social repercussions, slave occupations, crimes and punishment, the slave before the law, the slave family, relationship between master and slave, slavery and conversion and the free Negro. G0994 - $38.00

Nooks and Corners of the New England Coast. Samuel Adams Drake. (1875), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 460 pp. This book contains fascinating historical vignettes about places along the New England coast. The text is profusely illustrated with nearly 300 engravings of people and places. Drake was a popular historian of the nineteenth century with many books to his credit. D0399 - $28.00 The Hoosac Valley: Its Legends and Its History. Grace Greylock Niles. (1912) reprint, index, 584 pp. Descriptions and histories of a number of settlements or districts from their earliest days to 1815 plus a section on muster rolls, treaties and political correspondence. N0686 - $42.00

Morgan County, Missouri Marriage Records, 1833-1893. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1990), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 138 pp. The entries include the names of the bride and groom, the date of the marriage, and the names of other persons involved with the ceremony. E0305 $18.00

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The Beginnings of New England or the Puritan Theocracy in its Relations to Civil and Religious Liberty. John Fiske. (1889), 2003, paper, index, 296 pp. The history of New England prior to the American Revolution. F2299 - $31.00 Captain Francis Champernowne, The Dutch Conquest of Acadie, and Other Historical Papers. Charles Wesley Tuttle. (1889), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 426 pp. Replete with engravings of ancient mansions, this wonderful work traces the ancestry and careers of several founding fathers of the Massachusetts Bay Colony, NH and ME. Beginning with a memoir of the life of the author, renowned historian and astronomer, the work contains biographies of important loyalists from King Philip's War through the French and Indian War. T1695 - $34.00 A Narrative of the Captivity of Mrs. Johnson, Together with A Narrative of James Johnson: Indian Captive of Charlestown, New Hampshire. Mrs. Susanna Willard Johnson. (1796), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 232 pp. The author describes her struggles to recover from child birth, her walk to St. Francis, the sale of captives to the French, the dispersal of her family, and her eventual return to Charlestown. Includes a roster of Charlestown residents killed or taken prisoner. J0337 - $22.00 Puritan Children in Exile: The Effects of the Puritan Concepts of the Original Sin, Death, Salvation, and Grace upon the Children and Grandchildren of the Puritan Emigrants leading to the Collapse of the Puritan Period. Gerald Garth Johnson. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 284 pp. Although the focus centers on Puritan beliefs about the place of children and the parenting practices provided for these disenfranchised children, the basic concepts and motivations of Puritanism are explained and examined with insight and detail. J2009 - $29.84 The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers: Who Came to Plymouth on the Mayflower in 1620, the Fortune in 1621, and the Anne and the Little James in 1623. Charles Edward Banks. (1929), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 198 pp. Biographical sketches of 112 passengers who sailed on the first four ships to New England.; Mayflower, Fortune, Anne and Little James in alphabetical order by ship. Each sketch contains all known facts regarding place of residence in England, parentage and ancestry of the passengers. B2021 - $20.00 Early New Englanders and Kin: A Genealogical Tree of more than 12,000 Inter-related Individuals with Roots in Early New England. Roy Burgess. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 516 pp. An alphabetical listing of people with brief genealogical data on each, and a series of miniature family group charts which show how they are all inter-related by blood or marriage. B0644 - $41.00 Immigrants to New England, 1700-1775. Ethel Stanwood Bolton. (1931), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 240 pp. Names over 2,000 immigrants; provides full names and bibliographic information and can include birth and death dates, family connections, occupations and places of origin and settlement. B2059 - $24.50

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Warning Out in New England, 1656-1817. Josiah Henry Benton. (1911), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 136 pp. The text is an explanation and history of the law and practice of warning out in the New England states. B0730 - $20.00 Biographical Notices of Distinguished Men in New England: Statesmen, Patriots, Physician, Lawyers, Clergymen, and Mechanics. Alden Bradford, LL. D. (1842) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 464 pp. Well over 300 sketches. B1297 $34.50 New England Family Histories and Genealogies: Miscellaneous New England States. Lu Verne V. Hall and Donald O. Virdin. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 209 pp. An important guide to more than 3500 published genealogies of New England families; arranged alphabetically by surname. H1486 - $20.00 The New England Historical and Genealogical Register. New England Historic Genealogical Society. Reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index. Contents of each volume are listed at: www.HeritageBooks.com. Volume 4, 1850. 388 pp. N0642 - $31.00 Volume 6, 1852. 402 pp. N0709 - $31.00 Volume 7, 1853. 388 pp. N0687 - $31.00 Volume 8, 1854. 388 pp. N0688 - $31.00 Volume 13, 1859. 387 pp. N0813 - $31.00 Volume 14, 1860. 387 pp. N0814 - $31.00 Volume 16, 1862. 397 pp. N0841 - $31.00 Volume 17, 1863. 387 pp. N0937 - $31.00 Volume 18, 1864. 409 pp. N0938 - $31.00 Volume 19, 1865. 394 pp. N0976 - $31.00 Volume 20, 1866. 398 pp. N0977 - $31.00 Volume 21, 1867. 400 pp. N9012 - $31.00 Volume 22, 1868.500 pp. N0013 - $31.00 Volume 23, 1869.504 pp. N0070 - $31.00 Volume 24, 1870. 452 pp. N0071 - $31.00 Volume 25, 1871. 414 pp. N0125 - $31.00 Volume 26, 1872. 464 pp. N0126 - $31.00 Volume 27, 1873. 464 pp. N0183 - $31.00 Volume 28, 1874.500 pp. N0194 - $31.00 Volume 29, 1875.513 pp. N9195 - $31.00 Volume 30, 1876. 497 pp. N0239 - $31.00 Volume 31, 1877. 468 pp. N0230 - $31.00 Volume 32, 1878. 456 pp. N0292 - $31.00 Volume 33, 1879. 468 pp. N0293 - $31.00 Volume 34, 1880. 445 pp. N0431 - $32.50 Volume 35, 1881. 419 pp. N0432 - $31.50 Volume 36, 1882. 439 pp. N0472 - $31.00 Volume 37, 1883. 436 pp. N0473 - $31.00 Volume 38, 1884. 476 pp. N0497 - $31.00 Volume 39, 1885. 425 pp. N0498 - $31.00 Volume 40, 1886. 436 pp. N0539 - $31.00 Volume 41, 1887. 449 pp. N0540 - $31.00 Volume 42, 1888. 432 pp. N0583 - $31.00 Volume 44, 1890. 472 pp. N0611 - $33.00 Volume 45, 1891. 546 pp. N0610 - $31.00 Volume 46, 1892. 518 pp. N0651 - $31.00 Volume 47, 1893. 595 pp. N0652 - $31.00 Volume 48, 1894. 579 pp. N9814 - $31.00 Volume 49, 1895. 576 pp. N0815 - $31.00 Volume 63, 1909. 394 pp. N1344 - $37.50 The Mayflower Descendant. Massachusetts Society of Mayflower Descendants. Reprint, 5½x8½, , index. Contain extensive transcriptions of original records, as well as compiled genealogies, and related historical articles. Please see our website for volume details.

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Volume 1, 1899. cloth, 282 pp. M9053 - $27.00 paper, 282 pp. M4856 - $27.00 Volume 2, 1900. cloth, 284 pp. M9054 - $27.00 Volume 3, 1901. cloth, 286 pp. M0092 - $27.00 Volume 4, 1902. cloth , 284 pp. M0093 - $27.00 Volume 6, 1904. cloth, 287 pp. M0132 - $27.00 paper, 287 pp. M4861 - $27.00 Volume 7, 1905. cloth , 301 pp. M9178 - $27.00 Volume 8, 1906. cloth , 300 pp. M0179- $27.00 Volume 9, 1907. cloth , 302 pp. M0201 - $27.00 Volume 10, 1908. cloth , 305 pp. M0202 - $27.00 Volume 11, 1909. 300 pp. M0249 - $27.00 Volume 12, 1910. cloth , 299 pp. M0250 - $27.00 Volume 13, 1911. cloth , 311 pp. MD13 - $27.00 Volume 14, 1912. cloth , 310 pp. M0318 - $27.00 paper , 310 pp. M4869 - $27.00 Volume 15, 1913. cloth , 301 pp. M9334 - $27.00 Volume 16, 1914. cloth , 300 pp. M0335 - $27.00 Volume 17, cloth , 1915, 316 pp. M0377 $27.00 Volume 20, 1918. cloth , 218 pp. M0403 $27.00 Volume 21, 1919. cloth , 222 pp. M0450 - $27.00 Volume 22, 1920. cloth , 224 pp. M0451 - $27.00 Volume 23, 1921. cloth , 230 pp. M0482 - $27.00 Volume 24, 1922. cloth , 221 pp. M0483 - $27.00 Volume 25, 1923. cloth , 222 pp. M0523 - $27.00 Volume 26, 1924. cloth , 224 pp. M0524 - $27.00 Volume 27, 1925. cloth , 230 pp. M0547 - $27.00 Volume 28, 1930. cloth , 237 pp. M0548 - $27.00 Volume 29, 1931. cloth , 234 pp. M0580 - $27.00 Volume 30, 1932. cloth , 245 pp. M0581 - $27.00 Volume 32, 1934. cloth , 236 pp. M0613 - $27.00 Volume 33, 1935. cloth , 237 pp. M0643 - $27.00 Volume 34, 1937. cloth , 232 pp. M0644 - $27.00

The May-Flower & Her Log: July 15, 1620May 6, 1621. Azel Ames, M.D. (1901, 1907, 1998), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 230 pp. Reformatted for Mayflower researchers and enthusiasts. Exact duplication with new preface and index. A1070 - $36.00

Fifty Great Migration Colonists to New England & Their Origins. John Brooks Threlfall. (1990, 1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 554 pp. Comprehensive biographical and genealogical studies of fifty immigrants to New England with English origins of seven, extended ancestry of sixteen more, and much unpublished material. T0685 - $44.50 A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England Containing An Alphabetical List Of The Governours, Deputy Governours, Assistants or Counsellors, And Ministers of The Gospel In The Several Colonies, From 1620 To 1692; Graduates Of Harvard College to 1662; Freemen Admitted To The Massachusetts Colony From 1630 to 1662; With Many Other of The Early Inhabitants of New England and Long Island, N. Y., From 1620 To The Year 1675: To Which Are Added Various Records, Manuscripts, And Printed Works. Reprinted with additions and corrections by Samuel G. Drake. John Farmer. (1829, 1847), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 356 pp. Sketches of distinguished individuals of New England. F1635 - $30.50

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The Winthrop Fleet of 1630: An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and their English Homes from Original Authorities. Charles Edward Banks. (1930), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 134 pp. Valuable insight into the voyage of the Winthrop Fleet and other related ships in 1630. B2058 - $18.00 New England Captives Carried to Canada Between 1677 and 1760 During the French and Indian Wars. Emma Lewis Coleman. (1926), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 890 pp. Names all the captives discovered in several decades of research. Provides biographical data on each. Extensively documented. C0257 - $60.00 Rebecca Kellogg Ashley, 1695-1757. From Deerfield to Onaquaga. Barbara L. Covey. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 178 pp. Anyone interested in the 1704 raid on Deerfield, Massachusetts, by the French and Indians will appreciate this unique account of the part-Indian children of captives Joanna and Rebecca Kellogg. Rebecca's five sons were born in Canada to a partIndian father. C4677 - $21.50 Indian Wars of New England, Volume 1. Herbert Milton Sylvester. (1910), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 530 pp. Describes the Indian tribes of New England, discusses the early settlers and their relations with the Indians, and covers the Pequod War and the wars of the Mohegans. S1041 - $38.50 Indian Wars of New England, Volume 2. Herbert Milton Sylvester. (1910), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 626 pp. Background information relevant to the hostilities is discussed in depth, including the names of the major players and accounts of many individual incidents. S1053 $45.00 Indian Wars of New England, Volume 3. Herbert Milton Sylvester. (1910, 1998), 2010 5½x8½, paper, indices, 706 pp. The extensive notes provide an abundance of further research materials. S1079 - $49.00 The Pioneers of New France in New England. James P. Baxter. (1894) reprint, 6x9, cloth, index, 450 pp. Covers the Indian Wars in New England to 1724; includes biographical data on many French, Indian, and English participants and victims. B0020 - $36.00 The New England Gazetteer. John Hayward. (1839), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 516 pp. Contains descriptions of principal mountains, rivers, lakes, bays, harbors, islands and resorts within New England. Names of the first settlers, ministers and prominent citizens. Town entries note original Indian names, geographical features, livestock, agriculture, etc. H0003 - $35.50

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New Hampshire Family Records. William Copeley. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 878 pp. Taken from the New Hampshire Historical Society's major collection of original genealogical material, this work was transcribed from over 2,000 pages of old Bible records. Over 600 surnames. C0068 - $68.00 New England Family Histories and Genealogies: States of New Hampshire and Vermont. Lu Verne V. Hall and Donald O. Virdin. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 172 pp. An abundance of genealogical works about New England families is available to the public. The authors have compiled a bibliography of these published works containing genealogies of New Hampshire and Vermont families. H1451 - $18.50 Genealogical Abstracts from early New Hampshire Newspapers. Vol. I. Scott Lee Chipman. (2000), 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 448 pp. The newspapers abstracted for this work were published between 1797 and 1831 in the towns of Walpole, Gilmanton, Gilford and Exeter, NH. Each town is treated in a separate section of the book. Large numbers of vital records from the Connecticut River Valley are the book's main feature, detailing the genealogical links between river towns in New Hampshire-Vermont and their parent-towns to the south, along the river into Massachusetts and Connecticut. C5000 - $36.50 New Hampshire Patriot and State Gazette 1824. Elaine Morrison Fitch. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 170 pp. Significant events in the lives of New Hampshire's citizens, in 1824, are preserved in these newspaper articles. People elsewhere in the United States and overseas are also recorded. F4050 - $21.00 New Hampshire Patriot & State Gazette 1835, Deaths, Marriages & Miscellaneous. Elaine Morrison Fitch. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 244 pp. Significant events in the lives of New Hampshire's citizens, in 1835, are preserved in these newspaper articles. People elsewhere in the United States and overseas are also recorded. F3846 - $30.50 New Hampshire Name Changes, 1768-1923. Richard P. Roberts. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. Some 14,000 names of New Hampshire residents were changed between 1768 and 1923. Each entry contains a date of approval, the old name, the new name, either the town name (until 1891) or the county name (after 1891), and, after 1905, whether or not the name change was divorce-related. R0500 - $30.00 New Hampshire Name Changes, 1923-1947. Richard P. Roberts. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 276 pp. The information contained in this book is taken from the compiled lists of name changes that were published in the various session laws of the General Court. R3270 - $29.50

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New Hampshire Marriage Licenses and Intentions, 1709-1961. Pauline J. Oesterlin. (1991), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2766pp. The records include the name of the bride and groom, their residences, the date of the intention or marriage, and for the out-of-state ministers, the ministers' names and residences O0530 - $27.00 The Book of the White Mountains. John Anderson and Stearns Morse. (1930) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 300 pp. In writing this informative guide, the authors relied upon their personal experiences and also made use of comprehensive research among other publications. A2217 - $20.95 History Of The Thirteenth Regiment Of New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry In The War Of The Rebellion, 1861-1865. A Diary Covering Three Years And A Day. S. Millett Thompson. (1888), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 734 pp. Unit history & rosters. T1517 - $52.00 Men of Progress: Biographical Sketches and Portraits of Leaders in Business and Professional Life In and Of The State of New Hampshire. Richard Herndon. (1898), 2003, 8½x11, paper, index, 233 pp. A treasure trove for genealogists! More than 250 biographical sketches are listed alphabetically, and a portrait of the subject augments most sketches. Biographies of these significant 19th century figures include varying amounts of information. H2223 - $30.40 New Hampshire As It Is. Edwin A. Charlton. (1855) reprint, index, 623 pp. In three parts: A Historical Sketch of New Hampshire, A Gazetteer of New Hampshire, and A General View of New Hampshire including a number of biological sketches. C0633 - $44.00 Manchester Historic Association Collections: Volume 1, 1896-1899. (c1899) reprint, index, 328 pp. - M0074 - $26.50 Manchester Historic Association Collections, Volume 2, 1900-1901. (1901), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. M0575 - $24.50 Manchester Historic Association Collections, Volume 3, 1902-1903. (1903), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 237 pp. M0624 - $25.50 Historical Relics of the White Mountains: Also, A Concise White Mountain Guide. John H. Spaulding. (1855), 2003, paper, index, 107 pp. This little volume rescues the historical relics of the White Mountains, anciently named Agiochook, from the twilight of forgetfulness. S2285 - $17.00 New Hampshire 1732 Census. Jay Mack Holbrook. 6x9, cloth, 75 pp. More than 3,000 household heads. Compilation based on the unpublished 1732 manuscript of New Hampshire ratables. H0010 - $25.00 New Hampshire Residents, 1633-1699. Jay Mack Holbrook. 1979, 6x9, cloth, alpha., 234 pp. Taken from over 100 lists of first settlers, church members, taxables, and land grantees; as well as estate valuations, minister rates, petitions, probates, and oaths of allegiance. H0001 - $30.00

The Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers in England and America (1620-1685). Martin S. Briggs. (1932), reprint, paper, index, 211 pp. The history of the Pilgrim settlers through their architectural heritage. B1511 - $24.50

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New Hampshire Genealogical Research Guide. Laird C. Towle, Ph. D. and Ann N. Brown. 1983, 8½x11, paper, index, 95 pp. Guide to genealogical research in NH. T0025 - $20.50

The Hingham Founding Fathers of Old Colony New Hampshire (Exeter II - The Origin) 1623-1655. Wayne Clark Gilman. 1995, cloth, index, illus., c185 pp. Packed with historical and genealogical information. G0163 - $27.50

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Genealogical Abstracts from early New Hampshire Newspapers. Vol. I. Scott Lee Chipman. (2000), 2008, 6x9, cloth, index, 448 pp. The newspapers abstracted for this work were published between 1797 and 1831 in the towns of Walpole, Gilmanton, Gilford and Exeter, NH. Large numbers of vital records from the Connecticut River Valley are the book's main feature, detailing the genealogical links between river towns in New Hampshire-Vermont and their parent-towns to the south, along the river into Massachusetts and Connecticut. C1550 - $65.00 Hammond's Check List of New Hampshire History. Otis G. Hammond. (1925) reprint, paper, 129 pp. A bibliographic guide to the books, pamphlets and articles which relate to the history of New Hampshire cities, towns and counties. Other topics covered include military, religion, general history and biography. H7410 - $17.00

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Colonial Era History of Dover, New Hampshire. John Scales. (1923), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 544 pp. A detailed history covering the large area encompassing the present towns Lee, Madbury, Durham, Somersworth, Newington, and Rollingsford as well as Dover. Has many biographical sketches, several 17th century tax lists, a 1740 militia roll, and a list of town officers to 1855. The second half of the book is all genealogies. S0192 - $39.50 Marriage Records of Dover, New Hampshire, 1835-1909. Richard P. Roberts. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 544 pp. The information that is reported contemporaneously and which is contained in the annual reports varies during the time period covered by this book. Entries are listed alphabetically by the surname of the groom followed by an alphabetical listing of brides by surname. R2525 - $42.50 Marriage Records of Dover, New Hampshire, 1910-1937. Richard P. Roberts. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 566 pp. The information that is reported contemporaneously and which is contained in the annual reports varies during the time period covered by this book. Entries are listed alphabetically by the surname of the groom followed by an alphabetical listing of brides by surname. R2564 - $34.00 Dover, New Hampshire, Death Records, 18871937. Richard P. Roberts. (2002), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 666 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this valuable genealogical series. Contains the typical vital information. R2054 - $47.00

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Vital Records of Effingham and Freedom, New Hampshire, 1888-2001. Richard P. Roberts. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 408 pp. A valuable, but time-consuming, source of information for events occurring after 1886. R1946 - $38.50 Exeter and Hampton, New Hampshire, 1908 Census and Business Directory. Mitchell, et al. (1908) reprint, cloth, 290 pp. M0015 - $25.50 Vital Records of Farmington, New Hampshire 1887-1938. Richard P. Roberts. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, 580 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this valuable genealogical series. Contains the typical vital records. R1860 - $42.00

Barnstead, New Hampshire Vital Records, 1887-2000. Richard P. Roberts. (2001), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 532 pp. A valuable source of information for events occurring after 1886 is the section of vital statistics, which is provided in a section of the Annual Town Reports of many New Hampshire towns. This work is divided into births, marriages and deaths; and each section is arranged alphabetically. R1991 - $41.00 Barrington, New Hampshire, Vital Records. Richard P. Roberts. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 600 pp. The quantity and type of data presented vary considerably from entry to entry, with older entries generally providing greater detail. This work is divided into births, marriages and deaths, and each section is arranged alphabetically. R1552 - $47.00 Vital Statistics of Chichester, New Hampshire, 1742-1927. William Haslet Jones. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 160 pp. Chichester, New Hampshire, was founded in 1727 but was not properly settled prior to 1756. These birth, marriage and death records have been gleaned from many sources, including old town clerk's records books, church and cemetery records, and the New Hampshire State Vital Records at Concord. Some 5000 entries were found. J1435 - $19.00 `Til Divorce Do Us Part: Marriages and Divorces from Cheshire County, New Hampshire from 1776-1899. Milli S. Knudsen. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 418 pp. K4484 Hard Time in Concord, New Hampshire: The Crimes, the Victims, and the Lives of the State Prison Inmates, 1812-1883 (Book & CD). Milli S. Knudsen. (2005), 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 560 pp. and CD-Rom. Here is the story of the prisoners, where they came from, what put them behind bars and what happened to them and their victims. A supplementary CD-ROM contains a database of all 2,100 prisoners. K3285 - $50.00 What's News in Coos County? Volume 2. Milli S. Kenney. 1996, 5½x8½, paper indices, 441 pp. Includes news clips from not only Coos County, New Hampshire, but also from western Maine, southern Quebec, northern New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and northern Massachusetts. From the Coos Republican from December 1855 through December 1859. K0575 - $37.00

Gilmanton, New Hampshire, Vital Records, 1887-2001. Richard P. Roberts. (2002), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 508 pp. A valuable source of information for events occurring after 1886. Divided into births, marriages and deaths, and each section is arranged alphabetically. R2161 - $37.50

A Memorial History of Hampstead, New Hampshire Congregational Church 1752-1902: With Appendix to Volume 1, Volume 2. Harriette Eliza Noyes. (1903) reprint, paper, index, 832 pp. N1312 - $56.50

1850 Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, Census, Part 3. Ann N. Brown. 1993, paper, index, 423 pp. A complete transcription in original order of visitation. Covers Nashville, Nashua, and Manchester. B0913 - $35.50

Vital Records of Dover, New Hampshire, 1686-1850. Dover Historical Society. (1894) reprint, 5½x8½, cloth, index, 305 pp. Covers old Dover including the present towns of Lee, Madbury, Durham, Somersworth, Newington, and Rollingsford. The records contained in this volume were extracted from the early town records, 16931838, and from numerous private sources kept by ministers, churches, and private individuals. First published as Collections of the Dover, N.H., Historical Society, Vol. 1. D0002 - $21.50

Landmarks in Ancient Dover, New Hampshire. Mary P. Thompson. (1892), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 324 pp. Covering Dover, Durham, Lee, Madbury, Rollinsford, Somersworth, Newmarket, Newington, and Greenland. Identifies many localities both prominent and obscure, the people that lived there, ancient folklore and traditions, name origins, etc. A useful reference for interpreting deeds. T0499 - $29.50 Historical Memoranda Concerning Persons and Places in Old Dover, New Hampshire. Rev. Alonzo H. Quint. (1900), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 480 pp. Historical and genealogical memoranda culled from town and county records and many private sources covering from the mid1600s to the mid-1800s. Q4382 - $38.00 Vital Records of Durham, New Hampshire, 1887-2002. Richard P. Roberts. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 628 pp. This work is divided into births, marriages and deaths, and each section is arranged alphabetically. Vital statistics were not published for the years 1963 through 1967. R2492 - $35.50

The Vital Records of Hudson, New Hampshire, 1734-1985. Gerald Q. Nash, Sandra J. Martinson and Roland A. Marchand. (1997), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 606 pp. Birth records list: child's name, sex, date of birth, and, when known, child's birth position in family and the parents' names. Marriage records include male and maiden female names, and bride's and groom's parents' names. Death records contain: deceased's name, and when known, the age at death, date of death, and parents' names. N0799 $45.00 The History of Keene, New Hampshire. Gen. Simon G. Griffin. (1904) reprint, cloth, index, 792 pp. 1732-1904. G0021 - $54.50 Vital Records of Lyme and Dorchester, New Hampshire, 1887-2004. Richard P. Roberts. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 588 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical dataBirths, marriages and deaths records are arranged alphabetically. R4119 $42.00 Lyndeborough, Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, Tombstone Inscriptions 1764 1980. Ann Louise Nichols. 1984, 5½x8½, cloth, index, 190 pp. Covers the seven districts in the township plus two cemeteries in the town limits. A bibliography and appendices enhance the text. A2970s - $25.00

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Hillsborough County, New Hampshire, Court Records, 1772 - 1799. Pauline J. Oesterlin. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, index, 494 pp. The book is divided into several sections (Individuals, Institutions and Other Assorted Records, and Warnings Out); within each, records have been abstracted in index form, alphabetically by plaintiff name. O0449 $44.50

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Vital Records of Pittsburg, New Hampshire, 1904-2008. Richard P. Roberts. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 248 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this genealogical series. Births, marriages (with an alphabetical listing of marriages by bride's name), and deaths records are arranged alphabetically. R5027 - $25.00

Vital Records of Orford and Piermont, New Hampshire, 1887-2004. Richard P. Roberts. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 650 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this valuable genealogical series. Births, marriages with an alphabetical listing of marriages by bride's name, and deaths records are arranged alphabetically. R3372 $44.00 Ossipee, New Hampshire Vital Records, 18872001. Richard P. Roberts. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 656 pp. A valuable, but time-consuming, source of information for events occurring after 1886 is the section of vital statistics which is provided in the Annual Town Reports of many New Hampshire towns. This work is divided into births, marriages and deaths, and each section is arranged alphabetically. R2242 - $46.00

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Vital Statistics of Seabrook, New Hampshire, 1768-1903. William Haslet Jones. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 222 pp. Birth, death and marriage records have been gleaned from many sources; some 8,000 persons are named. Includes a copy of an 1893 map of the Seabrook area. J0872 - $23.50 The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire, 1630-1860. Robert Sayward Canney. (1997), 2008, 5½ x 8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 1206 pp. Mmarriage data for thousands of couples who married in Strafford County, NH, between 1630 and 1860; over 40,000 people are named. In addition to the names of the bride and groom, and the marriage date, the entries also specify (where known): the official who performed the ceremony, parentage, birth and death dates, the town where the marriage took place, as well as residences of the bride and groom. A list of area ministers and their locations. A small proportion of the marriages, perhaps ten percent, took place in southern York County, ME, and northern Rockingham County, NH, but are included here because of their connection with the Strafford County families. A new, informative fullname index to brides. C0158 - $75.00 The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire, Supplement, 1630-1870. Robert Sayward Canney. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. Over 4,000 entries, all containing information unique to this volume. C0681 - $25.00 The Early Marriages of Strafford County, New Hampshire, Supplement #2, 1630-1870. Robert Sayward Canney. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. This second supplement, which contains over 4,700 marriage records, presents a combination of previously unrecorded marriages and updated entries from the previous edition. C1651 - $27.50 Abstracts of the Probate Records of Strafford County, New Hampshire, 1771- 1799. Helen F. Evans. 1983, cloth, index, 252 pp. Detailed abstracts. E0037 - $33.50 Vital Records of Tamworth and Albany, New Hampshire, 1887-2003. Richard P. Roberts. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 518 pp. This work is divided into births, marriages and deaths, and each section is arranged alphabetically. There is a separate alphabetical listing of marriages by bride's name. R3172 - $39.00 Vital Records of Tuftonboro and Brookfield, New Hampshire, 1888-2005. Richard P. Roberts. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 478 pp. R4328- $39.00 Vital Records of Warren, New Hampshire, 1887-2005. Richard P. Roberts. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., index, 334 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this genealogical series. Births, marriages (with an alphabetical listing of marriages by bride's name), and deaths records are arranged alphabetically. R4305 - $31.00

Manchester in the Mirror: Abstracts from The Mirror & Farmer Newspaper, Manchester, New Hampshire (1865-1866). Milli S. KenneyKnudsen. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 344 pp. These abstracts from 1865 and 1866 cover court trials; social events such as births, marriages, and deaths; tax lists; and editorialized news items from the community. K2346 - $29.50 Moultonborough New Hampshire Vital Records. Richard P. Roberts. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 540 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this valuable genealogical series. R1665 - $39.00 The Vital Birth Records of Nashua, New Hampshire, 1887-1935. Gerald Q. Nash, Sandra J. Martinson, Roland A. Marchand. (2002), 2005, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 474 pp. The births are recorded as follows: last name, first name, date of birth, gender, birth number of child in family, father's name and place of birth, mother's name and place of birth. Colored or stillborn children are so designated. N2014 - $55.00

The Vital Death Records of Nashua, New Hampshire, 1887-1935. Gerald Q. Nash, Sandra J. Martinson, Roland A. Marchand. 2008, 5½x8½, cloth, alphabetical, 752 pp. Taken from the published City of Nashua, New Hampshire Annual Reports; entries contain: full name of the deceased, date of death, place of birth, name of father, and mother's maiden name. Nashua was originally part of Mass. N4783 - $87.00

New Castle, New Hampshire, Vital Records, 1891-1997. Richard P. Roberts. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, 301 pp. This three-part work is divided into Births, Marriages and Deaths. R1454 - $27.50 Vital Records of New Durham and Middleton, New Hampshire, 1887-1998. Richard P. Roberts. (1999), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 390 pp. Birth, marriage and death records containing the usual vital data. The New Durham records for 1890 and the Middleton records for 1891 and 1920 are not included. R1246 - $33.50 History of Newfields, New Hampshire, 16381911. James Hill Fitts. (1912), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, 2 vols., index, 785 pp. Part II of the text is genealogies. F0207 - $68.00 Newington, New Hampshire, Families in the Eighteenth Century. Henry Winthrop Hardon. 1991, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. Entries generally include birth, baptism and death dates, covenants, communions and marriages, parentage, occupations, administrations of estates, conveyed property and more. H0540 - $23.00

Abstracts of the Probate Records of Rockingham County [New Hampshire]. Helen F. Evans. (2000), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, index, 2 vols., c1824 pp. Entries are listed in alphabetical order and include: names as spelled in the original documents, estates, guardianships, accounts and titles. Items about slaves discovered in wills, divisions, etc. have been documented. This is a valuable tool for the genealogist! E1477 - $112.00 Rochester, New Hampshire Death Records, 1887-1951. Richard P. Roberts. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 616 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this valuable genealogical resource. The information contained in the annual reports varies-early records are far more detailed and comprehensive. R3570 $44.00

Vital Records of Sandwich, New Hampshire, 1887-2007. Richard P. Roberts. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetically, 482 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this genealogical series. Births, marriages (with an alphabetical listing of marriages by bride's name), and deaths records are arranged alphabetically. R5026 - $38.00

Newington, New Hampshire, Families in the Eighteenth Century. Henry Winthrop Hardon. 1991, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. Entries generally include birth, baptism and death dates, covenants, communions and marriages, parentage, occupations, administrations of estates, conveyed property and more. H0540 - $23.00

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Wolfeboro, New Hampshire Vital Records 1887-1999. Richard P. Roberts. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, 2 vols., 1277 pp. Annual Town Reports provide a rich source of genealogical data, which the author has gleaned and compiled to create this valuable genealogical series. Contains the typical vital information. R1781 - $81.00

2011

Digest and Revision of Stryker's Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Revolutionary War who were eligible to membership in The Society of the Cincinnati. James Wall Schureman Campbell. (1911), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 58 pp. This volume contains the "Roster of the New Jersey Officers of the Continental Line, Army of the Revolution, Who Were Eligible to Membership in the Society of the Cincinnati;" and the "Roster of the New Jersey Officers of the Continental Line, Army of the Revolution, Who Died in the Service, or Before the Society Was Organized. " A copy of the warrant signed at Princeton, New Jersey, September 23, 1783; a list of members of the Society of the Cincinnati in 1788; and a full name index add to the value of this work. C0033 - $7.00

HERITAGE BOOKS

Bloomfield Old and New: An Historical Symposium by Several Authors. Joseph Folsom. (1912), reprint, 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. This historical sketch is "a symposium of narratives by different authors to whom special departments were assigned. What it lacks in unity it makes up in data. It is a compendium of annals rather than an essay in history." F3009 - $22.00

West Jersey, New Jersey Deed Records, 16761721. John David Davis. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 370 pp. In March 1674, the province was partitioned into East and West New Jersey. Abstracts includes date of transaction; name, occupation and place of residence of grantor(s); name, occupation and place of residence of grantee(s); sales price, area of land involved, neig ors, chain of deed, witnesses; full name index. D3553 - $29.00

NEW JERSEY

The History of New Jersey from Its Discovery by Europeans to the Adoption of the Federal Constitution. Thomas F. Gordon. (1834) reprint, 351 pp. This thorough history was originally published in 1834 in a single, bound volume with Gordon's Gazetteer of the State of New Jersey. A new tot pp everyname index has been added. G0714 - $28.00 A Gazetteer of the State of New Jersey, Comprehending a General View of its Physical and Moral Condition, Together with a Topographical and Statistical Account of its Counties, Towns, Villages, Canals, Rail Roads, Etc. Thomas F. Gordon. (1834, 1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 300 pp. All areas and places (rivers, lakes, harbors, counties, townships, etc.) delineated on the enclosed map are given a complete entry in the gazetteer. A typical entry describes: location in relation to other towns or areas, location within the county, other towns in the area, approximate distances between places, net worth, production of goods, natural resources, bodies of water (location and approximate size), and town establishments. Entries are in alphabetical order. G9800 - $28.00 Runaways of Colonial New Jersey: Indentured Servants, Slaves, Deserters, and Prisoners, 1720-1781. Richard B. Marrin. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 372 pp. Notices of runaways provide clues for genealogists and a glimpse of how the citizens of America's first century lived. Nearly 1,500 advertisements list the names of runaways, masters, and others of colonial New Jersey, and much more. M4001 - $37.50

Abstracts of the Council of Safety Minutes State of New Jersey, 1777-1778. Richard S. Hutchinson. (2005), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 150 pp. This work preserves the names of those people who had the fortune or misfortune to appear before the Council. H2505 - $34.00

Selected Final Pension Payments Vouchers 1818-1864 (Two Volume Set): New JerseyTrenton (2 Vols., A-M and N-Z). Alycon Trubey Pierce. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., index, 2 vols., 740 pp. Records abstracted for this were created by the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury. Are in Record Group 217 at the National Archives. P0511 - $56.00

Dutch Genealogy: The Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of Bergen [Jersey City], New Jersey, 1666-1788. The Holland Society of New York. (1913, 1914, 1915, 1997), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 312 pp. Originally published in three separate New York Holland Society year books; here consolidated into a single volume. Includes birth, marriage and burial records; an historical sketch of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church; an account of the founding and early history of Bergen; membership rolls and minutes of the consistory; and brief biographical sketches of Bergen's first settlers. H0635 - $28.00

Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey. Volume 1. Charlotte Meldrum. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 300 pp. Mainly 18th century records--births, deaths, marriages, breaches of discipline, and removals-- abstracted from the records of Burlington and Mt. Holly Monthly Meetings. A full name index adds to the value of this work. M0294 - $26.00 Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey. Volume 2. Charlotte Meldrum. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 300 pp. Births, deaths, marriages, breaches of discipline, & removals, abstracted from the records of the Monthly Meetings of Little Egg Harbor, Evesham and Chesterfield. M0375 - $26.00 Early Church Records of Burlington County, New Jersey, Volume 3. Charlotte D. Meldrum. (1995, 1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 212 pp. List of members, births, deaths, certificates, marriages and minutes from Upper Springfield Monthly Meeting; Birth records, marriage licenses; births, deaths, marriages, certificates and minutes from Upper Evesham Monthly Meeting; birth records of a Quaker physician; Burlington County marriage license records; baptisms of St. Andrews PE Church, New Jersey Catholic Baptism records, 1759-1781; and Register of the Church of St. Ann's. M4954 - $21.00 Burlington County, New Jersey, Deed Abstracts: Books A, B and C. Richard S. Hutchinson. (2000), 2006, 8½x11, paper, fullname index, 140 pp. The majority of the documents recorded in these books, maintained at the Burlington County Courthouse, pertain to deeds from the 1750s through the 1790s, but also contain a rich source of genealogical information from the early 1700s. H1452 - $27.00

New Jersey During The Revolution, as Related in the News Items of the Day. Richard B. Marrin. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 414 pp. M3587 - $34.50

Documents Relating to the Colonial History of the State of New Jersey, Calendar of New Jersey Wills. A. Van Doren Honeyman or Elmer T. Hutchinson. 5½x8½, paper, index, The abstracts of wills were made from the originals in the office of the Secretary of the State, and where they are recorded a reference to the book of record is given. The wills are arranged in alphabetical order. Volume 2: 1730-1750. (1918), 2008, 708 pp. N0041 - $46.50 Volume 3: 1751-1760. (1924), 2008, 470 pp N0122 - $34.00 Volume 4: 1761-1770. (1928), 2000, 610 pp. H0034 - $49.00 Volume 5: 1771-1780. (1931), 2000, 747 pp. H0035 - $59.00 Volume 6: 1781-1785. (1939), 2008, 588 pp. H0783 - $41.00 Volume 7: 1786-1790. (1941), 2008, 334 pp. H0784 - $29.00 Volume 8: 1791-1795. (1942), 2008, 512 pp. H0785 - $39.00 Volume 9, 1796-1800. (1944), 2002, 578 pp. H0786 - $40.00 Volume 10, 1801-1805. (1946), 2008, 650 pp. H0787 - $47.00 Volume 11, 1806-1809. (1947), 2002, 497 pp. H0788 - $38.00 Volume 12, 1810-1813. (1949), 2008, 560 pp. H9789 - $42.50 Volume 13, 1814-1817. (1949), 2008, 626 pp. H0790 - $46.00

The English in America: The Middle Colonies. J. A. Doyle. (1907, 1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 580 pp. The colonies that became New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania. Includes discussion of New Netherlands, the English Conquest, the Dutch Reconquest, New York under Andros and Dongan, the Revolution in New York, New York after the Revolution, the settlement of New Jersey, New Jersey as a crown colony and the foundation of Pennsylvania. D1008 - $43.00 Passage Point: An Amateur's Dig Into New Jersey's Colonial Past. Richard B. Marrin. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 340 pp. An account of a seven-year archaeological investigation near the shoreline of a New Jersey peninsula between the Navesink and Shrewsbury Rivers. Known as Monmouth County's "Plymouth Rock", this location was the landing place for the first settlers in the region, and a major gateway for trade, in addition to being the site of battles at least three times in the Rev. War. M0777 - $28.50

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The History of Cape May County, New Jersey, 1638-1897. Lewis Townsend Stevens. (1897, 1997), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 510 pp. Portrays the gradual development of Cape May County and the progress of its people from the earliest times. Among the highlights: the aborigines, the Dutch in Delaware Bay, the settlement of the county, the whaling industry, the growth of the villages, patriots and the Revolution, the establishment of the new government, the War of 1812 and the soldiers of the Civil War. S0764 $36.00 Early Records of Cumberland County, New Jersey. Charlotte Meldrum. (1998), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. Covers Cohansey Baptist, Deerfield Presbyterian, German Presbyterian Church, Cohansey, Methodist Episcopal of Port Elizabeth, Methodist Marriages Salem Circuit, Maurice Monthly Meeting, Fairton Presbyterian, Cumberland County Marriages, Register of Moravian Missionaries in West New Jersey, New England Town Burial Ground Fairton, Baptist Church at Dividing Creek, Greenwich Presbyterian, more. M0457 - $18.00

Family Records or Genealogies of the First Settlers of Passaic Valley (and Vicinity) Above Chatham [New Jersey]. John Littell. (1852), 2007 5½x8½, paper, 508 pp. One of the early and classic New Jersey regional genealogies for Essex and Morris Counties. Please see our website for a list of families covered. L0072 - $41.00 Cedar Grove Cemetery, Cedar Grove, Essex County, New Jersey. Carol Personette Comfort. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 276 pp. Names are listed alphabetically and supplemented with facts from documented sources. C3401 - $30.00 St. Mark's Episcopal Cemetery, Orange, Essex County, New Jersey, (Near the southwest corner of Main Street and Scotland Road, Adjacent to the First Presbyterian Church of Orange). History of the Cemetery; Expanded List of Interments; and Early History of St. Mark's Church, Revised Edition. Carol Personette Comfort. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 332 pp. Improved and greatly expanded. C4770 $25.00 New Brunswick in History. William H. Benedict. (1925), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 391 pp. Information from many sources provides an extensive history. B1709 - $31.00

2011

Early Church Records Of Gloucester County, New Jersey. Charlotte Meldrum. (1996, 2002), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. Includes records of Haddonfield County which was formed from Gloucester County. Includes marriages, births, deaths and excerpts from the minutes of the two Quaker monthly meetings, Haddonfield and Woodbury--prior to 1826. Moravian Church register, 1742-1794. Marriage licenses of Gloucester, 1728-1750. Registers of St. John Episcopal, 1789 to 1800. Registers of St. Marys Church, Colestown, 1796-1800. M0347 $25.00

Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 1895 State Census, Part I: Alexandria-Junction. Patricia B. Duncan. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 204 pp. Complete transcription of the 1895 census covering Alexandria Township, Bethlehem Township, Clinton Township and the town of Annandale, Clinton Borough, Delaware Township, East Amwell Township, Franklin Township, the Borough of Frenchtown, High Bridge Township, Holland Township, and Junction. D1310 - $34.00 Hunterdon County, New Jersey, 1895 State Census, Part II: Kingwood-West Amwell. Patricia B. Duncan. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 225 pp. Complete transcription of the 1895 census covering Kingwood Township, the City of Lambertville (First, Second and Third Wards), Lebanon Township, Raritan Township and the town of Flemington, Readington Township, Tewksbury Township, Union Township, and West Amwell Township. D1332 - $34.50 Middlesex County, New Jersey, Deed Abstracts Book 1. Richard S. Hutchinson. (2000), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 146 pp. Contains the Middlesex County clerk's handwritten recordings of deeds, listed as they were presented. H1434 $27.50 Abstracts Of The Deaths And Marriages In The Hightstown Gazette, Richard S. Hutchinson. This chronological collection of abstracts spans a ten-year period, with the exception of papers from the Civil War years of Nov. 1862 to Sept. 1865, which have never been microfilmed and are presumed missing. 18 April 1861-28 December 1871. (2000), 2007, 8½x11, index, paper, 134 pp. H1661 - $20.50 Vol. 2, 1872-1877. (2001), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 162 pp. H1858 - $24.00 Vol. 3 January 1878-29 December 1881. (2002), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 144 pp.. H2074 $21.00 Vol. 5 January 1882-31 December 1885.. 2002, 8½x11, paper, index, 128 pp.. H2213 - $21.00

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Salter's History of Monmouth and Ocean Counties New Jersey, Embracing a Genealogical Record of Earliest Settlers in Monmouth and Ocean Counties and Their Descendants. Edwin Salter. (1890), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 550 pp. Contains such miscellany as a list of persons who contributed to the purchase of Monmouth from the Indians, mostly men from Rhode Island and Long Island; list of officers and soldiers from old Monmouth who served in the Revolutionary War. Also soldiers who fought in the Civil War. 80-page Genealogical Record section of the first settlers. S0438 - $39.50

Old Times in Old Monmouth: Historical Reminiscences of Old Monmouth County, New Jersey: Being a Series of Historical Sketches Relating to Old Monmouth County (now Monmouth and Ocean), New Jersey. Edwin Salter and George C. Beekman. (1887, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 488 pp. Consists of historical articles, arranged chronologically, that were originally contributed by Edwin Salter to the Monmouth Democrat, 1873-1874, and subsequently added to by Judge Beekman. Also contains detailed accounts of the famous battle of Monmouth, and a mass of genealogical information, including founding families, extracts from wills, inventories, court records and misc. church and military records, and material relating to the Scotch immigration to the area in the late 17th century. S1228 - $38.00

Monmouth County, New Jersey, Deeds - Books A, B, C and D. Richard S. Hutchinson. (2000), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 162 pp. Early settlers (many were persecuted Quakers) originated from Long Island, Barbadoes, Rhode Island and Massachusetts. Early entries list names of original settlers along with the number of lots they purchased, and offer a glimpse of the tribulations they faced. H1479 - $28.00

History of Salem County, New Jersey: Being the Story of John Fenwick's Colony, the Oldest English Speaking Settlement on the Delaware River. Joseph S. Sickler. (1937), reprint, 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 402 pp. This publication starts around 1675 (the history of the Dutch and Swedes) to the turn of the century, pulling from local newspapers, church material, etc. S0476 $34.00

Early Church Records of Salem County, New Jersey. Charlotte D. Meldrum. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 328 pp. Contains birth, marriage, death and baptism records; with some marriage license records. The earliest records are from 1686 and run through 1800. Information was gleaned from three Quaker meetings, a Lutheran church and a Presbyterian church. M0325 - $26.00 Sussex County, New Jersey, Marriages. Howard E. Case. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 364 pp. Sussex County has few marriages on record for the late 1700s; most entries in this book have dates in the 1800s. The entries give the date of the marriage and the names of the bride and groom. C3702 - $29.00

Inscriptions on Tombstones and Monuments in the Burying Grounds of the First Presbyterian Churchand St. John's Church at Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1664-1892. William Ogden Wheeler and Edmund D. Halsey. (1892, 1997), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 360 pp. Basic reference work for early families of the Elizabethtown area. Entire tombstone transcription given. Original map is not included. W0441 $31.50

Abstracts of the Deaths and Marriages in the Hightstown Gazette, 7 January 1886-26 December 1889. Richard S Hutchinson. 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 108 pp. Within this 4-page weekly paper one can find the history of the people, their community, and their entire state. News from other states was also carried, especially if it reflected on residents who had migrated elsewhere H3153 - $29.00

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The Historical Directory of Sussex County, New Jersey. Edward A. Webb. (1872), 2007, paper, index, 168 pp. "A brief summary of events from its first settlement" is followed by a description of each of the 13 townships and their more than 40 villages, interesting stories, churches, shops and industry the towns possessed, and notable inhabitants. The second half of the book gives the names and post office addresses of all freeholders in each township, and closes with a business directory of the whole county, subdivided by village. W3672 - $17.50 One Hundred Years of the "Sussex Register" and County of Sussex (New Jersey), 1813-1913: Record of Historical, Biographical, Industrial, and Statistical Events During a Century. Whitfield Gibbs. (c.1913), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 108 pp. A history of the county and the newspaper with biographies of prominent citizens. G3557 - $20.00 History of Union County, New Jersey. F. W. Ricord. (1897) 2002, paper, index, 2 vols., 711 pp. The early history of Union Co., significant events, the city of Elizabeth and former French residents, and much more. Brief histories of Rahway, Plainfield, Springfield, Westfield, New Providence, Summit, Fanwood, Union Township, and Cranford are included. Brief biographical sketches of significant figures, and numerous illustrations augment the text. R1792 - $57.00 Biographical Sketches of the Sheriffs of the County of Union in the State of New Jersey, 1857-1993: With Compiled Lists of the Constabulary of Some Select New Jersey Towns, 1669-1876. Russell K. Dutcher III. 1993, paper, 105 pp. Sketches for the 32 men who held the office since 1857, and all the constabulary that could be found in town and county records back to colonial times. D0836 - $18.00

2011

The Story of Old Saratoga: The Burgoyne Campaign, to which is added New York's Share in the Revolution. John Henry Brandow. (1919, 2000), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 576 pp. Military History, Civil History and New York's role in the Revolution. About one quarter of this book deals with Burgoyne's campaign in 1777. B1510 - $43.00

HERITAGE BOOKS

Moravian Journal Relating to Central New York, 1745-1766. Edited by Rev. Wm. M. Beauchamp, S.T.D. (1916), 1999, c.260 pp., new fullname index. This volume reprints a number of journals kept by Moravian missionaries describing their experiences with the Onondaga Indians and other tribes of the Five Nations inhabiting Central New York. Their journals serve as a fascinating cultural study examining tribal social structure, interaction between members of the Five Nations, and the evolution of economic and political relations with Europeans during the French and Indian War years. B1311 - $22.50

The Register of New Netherland, 1626-1674. Edmund B. O'Callaghan. (1865), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 220 pp. The author has identified the name, location and date of service of every Dutch official to serve in New Netherland until the end of Dutch authority in 1674. O2226 - $23.50 Angels in the Gate: New York City and the General Slocum Disaster. Karen T. Lamberton. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 404 pp. Contains personal recollections of survivors, their families, and others involved in the tragic fire aboard the steamboat, General Slocum, and its aftermath. Includes the most complete listing of victims, survivors, and their families ever compiled L3827 - $36.00 William C. Bouck: New York's Farmer Governor. Edward A. Hagan, Mark Sullivan, Lester Hendrix. (2006), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 90 pp. Before he became governor, he served as canal commissioner from 1821-1840 and was instrumental in the making of the Erie Canal. This biography describes his youth, public service, and careers as farmer, canal commissioner, governor, and elder statesman. H3836 - $18.00 The Old New York Frontier: Its Wars with Indians and Tories, Its Missionary Schools, Pioneers and Land Titles, 1614-1800. Francis Whiting Halsey. (1901), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 470 pp. Covers: Indians and Fur Traders; Missionaries and the French War, 1650-1769; Land Titles and Pioneers, 1679-1774; The Border Wars Begun, 1776-1777; Overthrow of the Frontier, 1777-1778; The Sullivan Expedition, 1779; Last Years of the War, 1780-1783; and The Restoration of the Frontier, 1782-1800. H0409 $37.00 The Border Warfare of New York During the Revolution; Or, The Annals of Tryon County. William W. Campbell. (1849), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 406 pp. This work contains an account of the main events which occurred on the frontier of New York during the Revolution, particularly at Cherry Valley. Appendices include biographical sketches, speeches, letters, and documents. C0612 - $32.00 A Bibliography of New York State Communities, Third Edition. Harold Nestler. (1990), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 314 pp. A bibliography covering about 2,500 books and pamphlets on New York history at the local level, published mainly between 1900 and 1987. Omits works the history of the State as a whole and on major cities. N3330 - $27.50

Squadron A: A History Of Its First Fifty Years, 1889-1939. Association of Ex-Members of Squadron A. (1939), 2010, 6x9, paper, 438 pp. Covers training of this remarkable cavalry regiment; escort duty; parades; service on the Mexican border, in the Spanish-American War and World War I; the Roll of Honor; the Roll of Service for World War I; and much more. Illustrated. A3503 - $48.00

The Refugees of 1776 from Long Island to Connecticut. Frederic Gregory Mather. (1913) reprint, 2 vols., 1204 pp, profusely illus., index, paper. Consists of three major parts: 1) a history of the war with emphasis on New York, Connecticut, and the refugees; 2) a major collection of genealogies of hundreds of refugee families; 3) documents relating to the refugees including claims for services or damages paid by New York, and records of military service by the refugees. M0342 - $60.00

The Hudson from the Wilderness to the Sea. Benson J. Lossing. (1866), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 500 pp. Description and history of the Hudson River, and the communities along its banks, from its origins to the Atlantic. Based on a trip the author made in 1859 with a small group of friends. Illustrated with over 300 engravings made from the author's drawings, historical sites, and personages. L0645 - $35.00 A Dangerous Woman: New York's First Lady Liberty: The Life and Times of Lady Deborah Moody (1586-1659?). Victor Cooper. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 198 pp. A brilliant portrait of a woman driven by her own beliefs and values to make a positive difference in the world. In 1643 she started the town of Gravesend (currently a part of New York City's Brooklyn) with a charter granting residents religious freedom. She was the first woman in North America to establish a self-governing religiously-tolerant township and the first woman to vote as a householder in an election. C0303 - $19.50 Early Settlers of New York State: Their Ancestors and Descendants, Volumes I-VI (set). Janet Wethy Foley. (1934-1939), 1999, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 2 vols., 1304 pp. Reprint of an outstanding monthly genealogical magazine; includes biographical sketches, lists of early settlers, and much more. F1398 - $87.00

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Westing: Personal Narratives of Life on the Rayado, New Mexico Frontier. Andrew Wahll. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 198 pp. The story of Rayado, on the southwest frontier, as recounted by women and men who were there and recorded their impressions and observations; a detailed look at the locale, daily life, and events in the region. W5043 - $22.50

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Year Book of the Holland Society of New York, 1906. The Holland Society of New York. (1908, 1995) 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 386 pp. Important collection of marriage and baptism records from the Registers of the Reformed Dutch Church of Albany covering 1725-1749. H0274 $32.00 Tory Spy: A New York Frontier Family's War Against the American Revolution. Daniel D. Lovelace. 2009, 5½x8½, paper,. Thomas Loveless and his family were ordinary people swept up by social and political forces. Tory Spy analyzes this "Loyalist Dilemma," making use of British and American documents of the period. Illustrations, maps, appendices, footnotes, and an index are included. L5025 - $31.00

New York in the Revolution as Colony and State. James A. Roberts. (1897), 2003, paper, indices, illus., maps, 261 pp. Records of men who served in the Revolutionary War taken from the old muster and pay rolls; New York furnished 41,633 men during the War. R2284 - $26.50

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Thistle and Eagle. Karen Kirkpatrick. 2001, 8½x11, paper, 96 pp. These families arrived in the mid-1800s and created a community and church in the wilderness. Several of the families were related by marriage like the Bells, Alstons, Lauders, Lockharts, Orrs, Hannas, Laings, Kirkpatricks, Frenches and Burnetts. K1621 - $18.50 New York City Court Records, 1760-1797: Genealogical Data from the Court of Quarter Sessions. Kenneth Scott. 1983, cloth, index, 250 pp. National Genealogical Society Special Publication #52. S0052 - $22.00 Gazetteer of the State of New York. J. H. French. (1860), reprint, paper, index, 1 vol. in 2, 752 pp. Embracing a comprehensive view of the geography, geology, and general history of the State, and a complete history and description of every county, city, town, village, and locality. A classic work of immense use to N. Y. research. F2281 - $53.00 The Place Names of Historic Sleepy Hollow & Tarrytown [New York]. Henry Steiner. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 222 pp. Over 350 articles that describe the places and place names of Sleepy Hollow and Tarrytown, N. Y. S0961 - $24.00 The Story of The Bronx. From the Purchase Made by the Dutch from the Indians in 1639 to the Present Day. Stephen Jenkins. (1912), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 568 pp. J2338 $41.00

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Old Calvary Cemetery: New Yorkers Carved in Stone. Rosemary Muscarella Ardolina. (1996), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 590 pp. Contains 5,315 transcriptions of headstones from the mid19th to mid-20th centuries. More than 90% of the headstones cite Irish birth. A0453 - $80.00 New York City Court Records, 1797-1801: Genealogical Data from the Court of Quarter Sessions. Kenneth Scott. 1988, cloth, index, 148 pp. National Genealogical Society Special Publication #56. S0056 - $24.95 New York City Court Records, 1801-1804: Genealogical Data from the Court of Quarter Sessions. Kenneth Scott. 1988, cloth, index, 160 pp. National Genealogical Society Special Publication #57. S0057 - $24.95 A History of the City of Brooklyn, Including the Old Town and Village of Brooklyn, the Town of Bushwick, and the Village and City of Williamsburgh. Volumes I, II, and III. Henry R. Stiles. (1867- 70), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 3 vols., 1554 pp. Starts with Hudson's first visit to Manhattan, the formation of the Dutch West India Company, and the establishment of New Netherlands as a province. S0804 - $92.00 Nineteenth Century Apprentices in New York City. Kenneth Scott. 1986, 6x9, cloth, 474 pp. Abstracts of 35 volumes of New York apprenticeship registers. National Genealogical Society Special Publication #55 S0055 - $27.00 Long Island Genealogical Source Material, (A Bibiography). Herbert F. Seversmith and Kenn Styker-Rodda. (1962), 1987, 7x10, cloth, 121 pp. Definitive work containing over 800 items. A National Genealogical Society Special Publication. S0024 - $18.00 Early Marriages from Newspapers Published in Central New York. By William M. Beauchamp, Selected and Arranged by Grace Beauchamp Lodder of the Syracuse Public Library with an appendix: Manlius, New York Obituaries and Marriages in the early 1800s, Supplied by H. C. Durston, Village Historian, Manlius, New York. William Beauchamp. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 130 pp. Early 1800s marriages and obits from Manlius and Syracuse, New York newspapers. B0832 - $15.00 Staten Island Wills and Letters of Administration, Richmond County, New York, 1670-1800. Charlotte Megill Hix. (1993), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 276 pp. As found in the Surrogate's Court New York County, New York. The New York Historical Society, 1892-1908, and The Staten Island references found in the New Jersey Colonial Documents. H0811 - $26.50 Staten Island Church Records. Tobias Alexander Wright. (1909), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 352 pp. Includes: "Records of the Dutch Reformed Church of Port Richmond, S.I.: Baptisms from 1696 to 1772. United Brethren Congregation, commonly called Moravian Church, S.I.: Births and Baptisms, 1749 to 1853; Marriages, 1764 to 1863; Deaths and Burials, 1758 to 1828. St. Andrews Church, Richmond, S.I.: Births and Baptisms from 1752 to 1795; Marriages from 1754 to 1808." W0759 - $27.50

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Aid to Finding Addresses in 1890 New York City Police Census. Howard M. Jensen. (2003), 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 290 pp. Helps fill the gap for the lost 1890 Federal Census. It covers the county of New York which in 1890 included Manhattan, the West Bronx and a few adjacent islands. J0880 - $35.00 American Vital Records from the Baptist Register, 1824-1829 and the New York Baptist Register, 1829-1834. Elizabeth Hayward. (1991), 1996, 8½x11, paper, index, 105 pp. Abstracts of deaths and marriages from a newspaper published in Utica, N. Y. but area of interest embraces the eastern U. S. H9834 - $12.50 Membership Records of Seventh Baptists of Central New York State, 1797- 1940s. Ilou M. Sanford. (1994), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 134 pp. Covers: admissions, births, baptisms, deaths, dismissals, excommunications, places of origin, parents, spouses, by groups. Membership records include: Brookfield Group (1st Brookfield, Leonardsville, West Edmeston), DeRuyter, Scott Area (Scott, Lincklaen, Truxton, Preston, Norwich, Ithaca, Newport, Otselic), Verona (1st Verona, 2nd Verona, Syracuse), and the Adams Center Area (Adams Center, Houndsfield, Watson, Richland, Diana, Pinckney). S0015 - $27.00 First Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Church Membership Records, Alfred, New York. Ilou M. Sanford. 1995, 8½x11, paper, index, 106 pp. Register of the first seventy years (1816- 1886) of the First Alfred Seventh Day Baptist Church located in Alfred, N. Y. with a wealth of biographical material concerning early Rhode Island families and the movement of Seventh Day Baptists as they migrated west. S0182 - $22.00

Civil War Record of the 144th Regiment New York Volunteer Infantry. James Harvey McKee. (1903, 1994) 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 446 pp. A personal history of the Regiment that was recorded in the war diaries and letters of officers and soldiers of the 144th Regiment from Delaware Co., New York. Includes a complete roster. M9007 - $36.00

Landmark History of New York. Albert Ulmann. (1901), reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 297 pp. This charming guidebook takes the reader on a journey through New York City's past by visiting its most historic sites. U2157 - $25.50

The Legend of Cushetunk: The Nathan Skinner Manuscript and the Early History of Cochecton. Barbara J. Sivertsen and Barbara L. Covey. 1993, 5½x8½, paper, index, 95 pp. Cushetunk was the Indian name given to the Upper Delaware River valley from the present town of Cochecton, NY. Genealogical, historical, anecdotal information about the pioneer and Revolutionary War days (1754-1783. ) S0787 - $17.00

Marriages from The Saugerties Telegraph 18461870 and Obituaries, Death Notices and Genealogical Gleanings from The Ulster Telegraph 1846-1848. Audrey M. Klinkenberg. (1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 438 pp. Divorce and separation notices, news reports of tragedies (shipwrecks, fires, executions, etc. ) that involved a resident or former resident of the area. K1078 - $35.00 Genealogical Data from the New York PostBoy, 1743-1773. Kenneth Scott. (1970), 1980, cloth, index, 188 pp. Abstracts covering New York and other colonies. National Genealogica Society Special Publication #35. S0035 - $18.00

Records of the Reformed Dutch Church in New Amsterdam and New York, Marriages from 11 December 1639 to 26 August 1801. Samuel S. Purple. (1890, 2003), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 366 pp. This collection of marriage records gives: the names of the bride and groom, the date of marriage (day, month and year), and the place of marriage. The list is in Dutch with some words, phrases and abbreviations translated into English. Also of interest is a list of ministers of the church and the dates they served. P0795 - $30.50

The De Forests and the Walloon Founding of New Amsterdam. Lucy Garrison Green. (1916) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 99 pp. The first families who colonized New Amsterdam at the southern tip of Manhattan Island; a group of Belgian-French Protestant refugees called Walloons, under the leadership of Jesse De Forest who were there before the Dutch. G2336 - $14.50 Genealogical Notes of New York and New England Families. Sebastian V. Talcott. (1883), reprint, paper, index, 786 pp. 18,000 individuals, as well as a section of source records pertaining to families of the region. T1956 - $55.00 Cattaraugus County, New York Surragate Court Abstracts: Guardianship Edition. Susan E. Stahley. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 416 pp. This book contains abstracted information from the first seventy-eight boxes of guardianship records (early 1800s to 1920s) in the Cattaraugus County Surrogates Court. Every name found in the original document has been included. S4676 - $34.50

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Westchester Patriarchs: A Genealogical Dictionary of Westchester County, New York Families Prior to 1755. Norman Davis. (1988), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 338 pp. The family articles are arranged in alphabetical order. Each article gives a concise summary of the essential genealogical data on one family with dates and places of birth, marriage, and death, names of parents, spouses, and children, occupations and places of residence to the fullest extent possible. Isolated lineages and individuals who have not been connected are also included. D0118 - $30.00

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The Way We Were, The History and Genealogy of the Town of Collins: The Civil War Era - Volume Two, 1852-1900. Linda and Charlie Munro. 2010, 6x9, paper, 408 pp. M5192 - $32.50 Town of Union New York: Civil War Enrollment & Troop Records. Suzanne Meredith. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 172 pp. Information on soldiers from official enrollment lists of 1862 and 1864, the Complete Record of troops furnished to serve, compiled in 1865, and the personal list of volunteers from the Town of Union Supervisor records. M3317 - $23.00 New York Soldiers in the Civil War, A Roster of Military Officers and Soldiers Who Served in New York Regiments in the Civil War as Listed in the Annual Reports of the Adjutant General of the State of New York, In 1894 the state of New York began publishing rosters of soldiers who served in New York regiments in the Civil War, resulting in 43 published volumes of service records from 280 regiments, battalions and batteries of infantry, cavalry, artillery and engineers. Over 393,000 names of Civil War officers and soldiers were listed along with their service records. Volume 1, A-K. Richard A Wilt. 1999, 8½x11, paper, 404 pp. W1141 - $58.00 Volume 2 L-Z. Richard A Wilt. (1999), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 398 pp. W1209 - $57.00 Troops Furnished By The Town Of Adams, New York, For Service During The War Of The Rebellion, 1861-1865. Mark W. DeLawyer. 2002, paper, index, 99 pp. Contains (as available): full name, place of residence, date and place of birth, mustered-in date, rank and regiment, race, marital status, names of parents, military actions, mustered-out date, date and place of death, place of burial, more. D2012 - $15.50 From Rochester to Winchester: The Regimental History of the 22nd New York Cavalry 18641865. Michael G. Burns. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. This regiment was involved in the Wilderness, the Wilson Railroad Raid, the Shenandoah Valley Campaign, and Waynesboro. It includes the diary of Seth M. Hall, Private, Co. M, who died at Salisbury Prison. B0586 - $23.00 The Griffith Letters: The Story of Frank Griffith and the 116th New York Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War. Joan Metzger. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 370 pp. Frank Griffith's plainspoken letters tell of his training, travels, guard duty, battles, hospital life, temptations faced by soldiers, and his strong views on slavery, religion, temperance, and the Union cause. Illustrated. M2557 - $34.00 Squadron A: An Informal History of its Second Half-Century of Service: A Sequel to the History of Its First Fifty Years. Edward L. Bimberg. (2005), 2008, 6x9, paper, 202 pp. This inspiring history of Squadron A highlights its contributions to our nation's security, from the horseback service in the early years, through overseas duty in World War II, to the coolheaded response of its active men to the crisis on September 11, 2001 and deployment to Iraq in 2004. B3504 - $32.00

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Those Who Served, Those Who Waited: WWII Experiences as told by the Veterans and Civilians of Brewster/Southeast, New York. Dolores Stephens. (2003), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 342 pp. First-hand accounts from Brewster residents describe WWII invasions, bombing missions, crash landings, chance meeting of friends, and life on the home front. Includes Southeast Honor Roll, 1939-1945, KIA list, and many photographs. S2484 - $32.00 Fort Ontario: 250 Years of History, 1755-2005. George A. Reed. (2007), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 142 pp. This book covers all periods of Fort Ontario's rich history from the French and Indian War until the end of World War II. It contains a list of all units serving at the fort, and families that lived at the fort after the war. Contains illustrations, photographs, a bibliography, and appendices. R3812 - $25.50 Minutes Of The Commissioners For Detecting And Defeating Conspiracies In The State of New York: Albany County Sessions, 1778-1781. Victor Hugo Paltsits, editor. (1909, 1910), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 3 vols., 1104 pp. Loyalist laws passed for the repression of disaffection and disloyalty in the state. P1718 - $72.00 Our Ancestors of Albany County, New York. Sherida K Eddlemon. 5½x8½, paper, index.This alphabetical list spans the late 18th through early 20th centuries and is drawn from city directories, censuses, and meeting records from school districts and fraternal lodges. When possible, entries may contain some of the following information: dates and/or places of birth, death, and/or marriage; names of parents, spouse and/or children; fraternal order, comments, residence, and naturalization date. Volume 1. 2004, 172 pp. E2474 - $20.00 Volume 2. 2004, 192 pp. E2504 - $26.00 To Save the Union: Volunteers in the Civil War from Centerville, Hume and Granger Townships, Allegany County, New York. Robert N. Colombo. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 346 pp. This book is about the men from the rural townships of Centerville, Hume and Granger (Allegany County, New York) who volunteered or were drafted to fight in The War Between the States. C4394 - $38.00 Early History of Friends in Cayuga County, New York. Emily Howland. (1888), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 42 pp. This historical sketch of the early history of Friends in Cayuga County, New York, was read by Miss Emily Howland before the Cayuga County Historical Society on April 8, 1880. It covers the years 1795 through 1828, and examines the followers of George Fox and their lives. H0708 - $10.00 Deaths at Auburn Prison, Cayuga County, New York, 1888-1937. Mark W. DeLawyer. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 165 pp. This unique family history resource contains entries for approximately 700 persons who died in Auburn Prison between 1888 and 1937, with the added bonus of a fullname index. Records are arranged chronologically. D1918 - $20.50

The Personalities of Melvin Hill Cemetery, Phelps, Ontario County, New York. David L. Burnisky. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 382 pp. All of the more than 230 individuals interred in this cemetery have been thoroughly researched. Entries are supplemented with photos and family lineages. B0383 - $33.00

Genealogical Gleanings from New York Fraternal Organizations, Volume 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. Information on each member generally includes individual's name, organization, and an additional piece of data such as residence, occupation, location of lodge, or his position in the organization. Lengthier entries may include the names of parents, siblings, spouse, children, and other household occupants. E2471 - $25.50 Genealogical Gleanings from New York Fraternal Organizations, Volume 2. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., index, 242 pp. Entry lengths vary, but generally include the individual's name, and the name of the organization to which he belongs. Residence, occupation, location of lodge, position in the organization, or names of other household occupants may also be included E3591 - $26.00 The Story of Old Fort Johnson, New York. W. Max Reid. (1906), 2008, 5½x8½, indices, 360 pp. "Old Fort Johnson" was the home of the famous Sir William Johnson, Major General and Indian Commissioner during the French and Indian War, Pontiac's Rebellion and the beginning of the Revolution. This is the story of Sir William Johnson, his family and the people who circulated in their lives and influenced early American history. More than fifty illustrations; original full name index. R0889 - $31.00 Muster Rolls of New York Provincial Troops, 1755-1764. Edward F. DeLancey. (1891), 2007, 5½x8½, index, 636 pp. Transcriptions of the muster rolls of the various regiments and smaller units raised by the province of N.Y. for service in the Seven Years' War, otherwise known as "The Old French War." D0300 - $46.00 The Way We Were, The History and Genealogy of the Town of Collins: Becoming a Town Volume One, Pre-Historical Through 1852. Linda and Charlie Munro. 2008, 6x9, paper, 390 pp. The first of four volumes presents an overview of the area comprising the town of Collins from pre-civilization through the year 1852 when present geographical town lines were finalized. M4759 - $33.00

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A Directory of Cayuga County Residents Who Supported Publication of the History of Cayuga County, New York. Mary K. Meyer. (1879), 1995, 5½x8½, paper, index, 153 pp. Identifies some 2400 individuals. M0835 - $17.50

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The History of the Several Towns, Manors, and Patents of the County of Westchester, from its First Settlement to the Present Time. Rev. Robert Bolton. (1881) reprint, new index, illus., maps, 4 vols., c1740 pp. After the first publication of this history in 1848, the author received a mass of new information and corrections. He spent 29 years revising it, rewriting more than two-thirds of the original book, adding many old documents, and bringing the work up to date. He was working on it up to the day of his death, after which his brother published this revised edition. This massive work holds a vast amount of historical and genealogical material relating to Westchester County, New York. Broken down into individual town histories, the information dates to the early 1600s and contains many family histories, pedigree charts, Revolutionary War rosters, lists of civil officials, illustrations and town maps, census information, Indian history, treaties, deeds, histories of schools and churches, some tombstone inscriptions and town anecdotes. The original two volumes have been split into four volumes by Heritage Books, Inc., and include a new surname index. This set is an essential resource for anyone interested in the early history or genealogy of this region in New York. B3229 - $98.00

Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 1, Town Ledger, 1821-1865 (Cattle earmarks 1820s1884). Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson and Matthew H. Ottinger with Ashley M. Jensen. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index. This volume contains a record of the Town of Wilmington minutes, plus much more. Names have been faithfully transcribed. H4547 - $33.50

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Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 7, Emma Hinds' Scrapbook, 1877-1881. Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson, and Janet Pederson. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 144 pp. Information from the Essex County Republican gossip column may be of particular value as the period of 1877-1881 falls before Wilmington's civil vital records begin H0959 - $23.50 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 8, Dr. E. A. Robinson's Receipt Book, 1881-1882. Harold E. Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson and Janet Pederson. 2005, 6x9, paper, index, 172 pp. Entries include date, page number, patient's name, and treatment, as well as payment and amount. Includes a full-name index. H0958 - $22.00 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 9, Wilmington School Records, 1822-1900. Harold Hinds, Jr. and Tina Didreckson. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 384 pp. H3835 - $41.50 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 10, Tax Assessment Records, 1850-1869. Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson and Erika Paulson. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 250 pp. For every year, the owner's name, acreage, value of real estate, and assessment is given for each piece of real estate owned by a town resident; plus a variety of other data. H4173 - $31.00 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 11, Tax Assessment Records, 1871-1890. Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson and Erika Paulson. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 282 pp. These transcribed tax records (1871 and 1875-1890) include: resident landowners and renters; dog taxes; and more. Endof-year Town Supervisor's report is appended for most years. H4548 - $34.00 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 12, Tax Assessment Records, 1891-1900. Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson and Erika Paulson. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 228 pp. These transcribed tax records (1871 and 1875-1890) include: resident landowners and renters; dog taxes; and more. Endof-year Town Supervisor's report is appended for most years. H4546 - $30.0 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 13, Wilmington Voting Records, 1860-1900. Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson and Erika Paulson. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 258 pp. A wide variety of elections are enumerated. The 1890 data is particularly useful, given the loss of the 1890 U.S. census. Some males appear on poll lists but not census records. H4174 - $32.00

History of Chautauqua County, New York, from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time; with Numerous Biographical and Family Sketches. Andrew W. Young. (1875), 1990, 5½x8½, paper, index, 996 pp. A history of the region and county, with histories of each town in the county. Includes numerous biographical and genealogical sketches. Y0400 - $51.00

Soldiers of the American Revolution Who at One Time Were Residents of, or Whose Graves Are Located in Chautauqua County, New York. Chautauqua County, N. Y., Chapters, National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution. (1925), 2002, paper, index, 78 pp. In order to pay tribute to these soldiers, members of the New York Chapters of the DAR have painstakingly researched both military and personal records such as official pension papers, family records, local history, and early local newspapers. This volume provides a list of all the soldiers by DAR chapter, then provides a detailed accounting of each soldier. Also provided is the location by township and cemetery of each soldier's grave. An appendix provides additional names of those soldiers about whom little is known from the records. C2082 - $13.00 Revolutionary War Veterans, Chenango County, New York. Nelson B. Tiffany. 5½x8½, paper, alpha. Volume I, A-B. 1998, 197 pp. T0913 - $22.50 Volume II, C-H. 1998, 381 pp. T0914 - $33.00 Volume III, I-R. 1998, 359 pp. T0942 - $31.50 Volume IV, S-Z. 1998, 287 pp. T0943 - $26.50

History of New Paltz, New York, and Its Old

Families (from 1678 to 1820), Including the Huguenot Pioneers and Others who settled in New Paltz previous to the Revolution. Ralph Lefevre. (1903), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 610 pp. Includes genealogies of the pioneer families L0629 - $44.00 The Records of the Reformed Dutch Church of New Hackensack, Dutchess County, New York. Maria Bockee Carpenter Tower. (1932), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 333 pp. Verbatim transcript of the register of the Reformed Church at New Hackensack, 1757-1906; detailed. T1444 - $28.50 Erie County, New York, Obituaries as Found in the Files of the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society. Martha and Bill Reamy. (1992), 2000, 8½x11, paper, index, 346 pp. Includes not only obituaries of residents of the Buffalo and Erie County area, but those of many former residents who had moved out of the area. R0641 - $45.00

Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 2. Harold E Hinds, Jr. and Tina Didreckson. (2003), 2010 8½x11, paper, 166 pp. This volume presents a transcription of the surviving serial manuscript records, 1830-1900, for the Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York. H0895 $24.00

Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York: Volume 3. Harold E Hinds, Jr. and Tina Didreckson. 2004, 8½x11, paper, 208 pp. Transcriptions of surviving serial manuscript records, 1830-1900. H0896 - $27.00 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York: Volume 4. Harold E. Hinds, Jr. and Tina Didreckson. 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 242 pp. This fully indexed volume includes population and other census schedules. H0897 - $29.00 Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York, Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 6, Wilmington Cemetery Records, 1804-2003. Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina Didreckson, Nancy Cressey and Robert Cressey. 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 204 pp. H3834 - $28.50

Town of Wilmington, Essex County, New York Transcribed Serial Records, Volume 21, Haselton Blacksmith Ledger. Harold Hinds, Jr., Tina M. Didreckson with Ashley M. Deering, Miranda K. Tjaden. 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 156 pp. The blacksmith ledger (found in the old Warren/Haselton house) reveals a complex web of commercial relations and transactions at the subtown level. H5029 - $25.00

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Linen Threads and Broom Twines: An Irish and American Album and Directory of the People of the Dunbarton Mill, Greenwich, New York, 1879-1952 Volume 1 - The Album. William T. Ruddock. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 194 pp. Greenwich became the site of the Dunbarton flax spinning mill in 1880, bringing hundreds of Irish laborers and others lured by prosperity and steady employment offered by the mill and gave the town a special character that lives on today. Documents the history and traditons of the people of the people who worked in the Dunbarton mill. R0770 - $22.00 Linen Threads and Broom Twines: An Irish and American Album and Directory of the People of the Dunbarton Mill, Greenwich, New York, 1879-1952 Volume 2. William T. Ruddock. 1997, 5½x8½, paper, index, 414 pp. Includes genealogical data on some 1900 individuals. R0771 - $35.00 Historical Sketches of Franklin County, New York: also its several town with many short biographies. Frederick J. Seaver. (1918) 2003, paper, index, 2 vols., 865 pp. Franklin Co. during the 19th century. S2312 - $59.00 History of Jefferson County, New York. Franklin B. Hough. (1854), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 601 pp. Lists earliest settlers, every town officer, every court action, every church formed in this county's first 50 years of growth. Includes histories of banks, societies, academies, War of 1812, the Patriot War and more. H0732 - $41.00 Tombstones of the Irish Born: Cemetery of the Holy Cross, Flatbush, Brooklyn. Joseph M. Silinonte. (1994), 2006, 8½x11, paper, alpha,, 112 pp. Lists alphabetically all the tombstones where there was at least one name associated with an origin in Ireland-over 5400 names! Has cemetery history. S0077 - $25.00 The Social History of Flatbush, and Manners and Customs of the Dutch Settlers in Kings County [New York]. Gertrude Lefferts Vanderbilt. (1881) reprint, paper, index, 400 pp. Covers the initial settlement by the Dutch through the conversion to English rule in 1664 to the American Revolution of 1776. V2314 - $32.50 New Woodstock and Vicinity, Past and Present. Anzolette D. Ellsworth. (1901), 2000, 5½x8½, 222 pp. An intimate history of the New Woodstock community, located just south of the village of Cazenovia: early settlement, churches, mills, schools, etc. E0606 - $22.00 Cazenovia Past and Present (Madison County, New York): A Descriptive and Historical Record of the Village. Christine O. Atwell. (1928), 1992, 5½x8½, paper, 64 pp. A0842 $6.00 Vital Statistics from Chittenango, New York, Newspapers, 1831-1854. Clara Metcalf Houck. (1970), 1994, 5½x8½, paper, index, geographical locator index, 172 pp. Includes records of Chittenango and of other areas of Madison County as well as from more than 40 other New York counties and several states to which Madison County natives had moved. H0830 - $20.00

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Madison County, New York Soldiers in the War of 1812. William H. Tuttle. 1994, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 52 pp. From the Tattles file unpublished records of Madison County, New York veterans of the War of 1812. Lists pensions, claims against the State for clothing and equipment expenses of veterans, local sources such as cemetery inscriptions, newspaper items, etc. T0839 - $8.00 Cemetery Inscriptions of Madison County, New York, Volume 1. Mary K. Meyer and Joyce C. Scott. (1960), 2001, 8½x11, paper, index, 88 pp. All 28 cemeteries in the towns of Fenner and Nelson at that time. M0706 - $10.00 The Mystery of the Muller Mansion. Robert J. Hubbard. (1893), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 26 pp. The Muller Mansion in Madison County, New York, was "built in 1808 by a French refugee, of supposed noble blood, who lived there some six years. Was this refugee the Duke of Orleans, Louis Philippe? Or, the Duke of Berri? An intriguing slice of history! H4269 - $10.00 Abstracts from Madison County, New York, Newspapers in the Cazenovia Public Library. Mary K. Meyer. (1991), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 356 pp. Abstracts from the Cazenovia Pilot, 1808-c1850 and from The DeRuyter Gleaner in the 1880s. M0772 - $30.00 Deaths, Births, Marriages from Newspapers Published in Hamilton, Madison County, New York, 1818-1886. (1958, 1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. Abstracted from newspapers filed in the archives of Colgate University, Hamilton, Madison County, New York. S3296 - $30.00 The Early Welsh Settlers of Oneida County (New York). Erasmus W. Jones. 5½x8½, paper, 13 pp. Lists early Welsh settlers to Oneida County, from N. Eng. & Penn. J0621 - $3.50 A History of Deerpark in Orange County, New York. Peter E. Gumaer. (1890, 1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. Begins withearly settlement and traces more that 150 years of the lives, customs, and characteristics of its citizens, as well as its history. Family histories of the first settlers profile both their ancestors and four generations of their descendants G0082 - $23.00 The Early Records of the First Presbyterian Church at Goshen, New York from 1767-1885. Charles C. Coleman. (1933), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 214 pp. This volume contains the earliest extant vital statistics from the records of this Orange County church: marriages, 1776-1885; register of members, 1767-1850; deaths, 18051850; baptisms, 1773-1851. C3222 - $23.50 Spafford, Onondaga County, New York. George Knapp Collins. (1902), 1992, 5½x8½, paper, index, 284 pp. Cemetery inscriptions of the town of Spafford with added genealogical information on many area families including those following the Mormons westward. C0831 - $30.00 Deaths and Marriages, 1850-1860 from the Files of the Syracuse Chronicle, the Daily Standard and the Madison Observer. Minnie L. Kellogg. 1995, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. An important resource for Onondaga, Madison and surrounding New York counties. K0829 - $32.00

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Pioneer Families of Orange County, New York. Martha and Bill Reamy. (1993), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 326 pp. Lineages taken from old, unindexed local histories; includes lists of inhabitants, taxpayers, military rosters, etc. R0601 - $39.00 Supplement to Revolutionary Soldiers of Onondaga County, New York. William Beauchamp. (1914), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 27 pp. Additions and corrections to Revolutionary Soldiers Resident and Dying in Onondaga County. B0827 - $5.00 Minisink Valley Reformed Dutch Church Records 1716-1830. The New York Genealogical and Biographical Society. (1913), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 396 pp. A history of four Dutch Reformed churches in the Minisink Valley. Transcriptions of baptism and marriage records from Minisink, Machackemeck and Walpeck churches. N0556 - $30.50 Early Families of Otsego County, New York, Volume 1. Martha Reamy. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 298 pp. Data excerpted from various early county histories, biographies, atlases, newspapers, etc. R0660 - $26.00 Pioneer History of Orleans County, New York. Arad Thomas. (1871) reprint, indices, 476 pp. The early history of Orleans Co., on the south shore of Lake Ontario (c. 40 miles east of Niagara Falls). T0957 - $39.00 Studies of the Niagara Frontier. Frank H. Severance. (1911), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 442 pp. What distinguishes this book from most regional histories is the compilation of literary narratives from various early visitors, giving it an artistic vitality. The first third of this volume is the Niagara region as seen through the eyes of poets, writers and artists. Of course, to get a more scrutinizing view of the area, one must next see it through the eyes of scientists, geographers and geologists. The last third of the book is a series of narratives of 18th-century visitors and explorers, which gives one a well-rounded impression of the Niagara. S0845 - $33.00 Pioneer History of Sodus Point, New York. Isabella Cook. (1915), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 28 pp. The area and its development; the Pultney Estate and the burning of Sodus Point during the War of 1812. C0705 - $6.00 A Collection of Abstracts from Otsego County, New York, Newspaper Obituaries, 1808-1875. Gertrude Audrey Barber. (1993), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. Several volumes of newspaper abstracts, now in one volume with a single index. B0798 - $25.00 Otsego County New York Geographical and Historical: From the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time With County and Township Maps From Original Drawings. Edwin F. Bacon. (1902), 1993, 5½x8½, paper, index, 79 pp. Covers all 24 townships with a history of each township, lists of the earliest settlers and from whence they came, with data on the villages in each township regarding schools and churches. B0840 - $12.50

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Abstracts From History of Cherry Valley From 1740 to 1898 and The Story of the Massacre at Cherry Valley (New York). John Sawyer and Mrs. William Little. (1890), 1993, 5½x8½, paper, index, 47 pp. S0669 - $8.00 The Old Burying Ground at Sag Harbor Long Island, New York. Dorothy I. Zaykowski and Members of the Committee of the Old Burying Ground. (2003), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 120 pp. Data on 334 persons buried here from 17671870 which include 22 Revolutionary War Patriots and "prison ship" victims. Z2347 - $17.50 History Of Schenectady (New York) During The Revolution, To Which Is Appended A Contribution To The Individual Records Of The Inhabitants Of The Schenectady District During That Period. Willis T. Hanson. (1916), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 304 pp. Includes individual records of service for militiamen and continental soldiers. H1587 - $28.50 History of Schoharie County and Border Wars of New York, Containing also a Sketch of the Causes Which led to the American Revolution and Interesting Memoranda of the Mohawk Valley. Together with much other historical and miscellaneous matter never before published. Jeptha R. Simms. (1845), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 692 pp. Illustrated with more than thirty engravings. S0393 - $57.00 History of Schoharie County, New York, 17131882. William E. Roscoe. (1882), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 560 pp. Typical history with biographical sketches of notable citizens are scattered throughout. R9060 - $82.00

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Marriage and Death Notices from Schuyler County, New York Newspapers. Mary Smith Jackson and Edward F. Jackson. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. This volume contains marriage and death notices abstracted from microfilm copies of newspapers available at the New York State Library. Information has been abstracted from the Havana Journal (1853-1887), the Watkins Democrat (1878-1900), the Watkins Express (1871-1900), and the Watkins Review (1896-1900). These newspapers were all published in Schuyler County, New York, but they include many notices for people living in the nearby counties of Seneca, Cayuga, Yates, Tompkins, Tioga, Chemung, and Steuben, as well as for people who moved out of state. Vital records were recorded by the Town Clerk in New York State beginning in 1885, however not all marriages and deaths were recorded until 1906 when it became mandatory. J3173 - $26.00 Marriage and Death Notices from Seneca County, New York Newspapers, 1817-1885. Mary S. Jackson and Edward F. Jackson. (1997), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. Marriage and death notices from eight local newspapers from Seneca Co. ranging from 18171885. J0710 - $20.00

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Obituaries, Death Notices & Genealogical Gleanings from the Saugerties Telegraph, Volume 5: 1880-1884. Audrey M. Klinkenberg. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 922 pp Many more obituaries and more world news items are covered here than in previous volumes. These fascinating news items paint a vivid portrait of life, and its hazards, in the 1800s. A full name index is included. K3815 - $68.00 1850 Census for the Town of Howard, Steuben County, New York, and Genealogical Data on the Families Who Lived There. Mary S. Jackson and Edward F. Jackson. 2004, 5½x8½, index, paper, 384 pp. Abstracts from 1850 census, bible, family and cemetery records, and wills. Birth and death dates and places, marriages, names of spouse and children, burials, some ancestry, and migration. J0914 - $33.50 Marriage Notices from Steuben County, New York, Newspapers 1797-1884. Mary S. Jackson and Edward F. Jackson. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 484 pp. Contains nearly 8,000 marriage notices for Steuben county, New York relating to newspaper accounts for 17971884. J0995 - $46.00 Death Notices from Steuben County, New York Newspapers, 1797-1884. Mary S. Jackson and Edward F. Jackson. (1998), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 380 pp. Nearly 7,000 death notices from sixteen different newspapers. Includes notices for surrounding counties and Pennsylvania, and people who moved to other towns in New York or to other states. Often includes age or birthdate, names of family members, place of residence, occupation or burial place. J0996 - $32.50 The Wills of Suffolk County, Long Island [New York], Liber A, 1787-1798. George M. Easter. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 118 pp. Important probate records. S1703 - $15.00 Directory, 1887-1888 of Tioga County, New York. W. B. Gay. (1887), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 248 pp. This comprehensive work is divided into two parts. The gazetteer covers the historical aspects of Tioga County. About 70 pages are given over to a general history of the county, the settlement going through the late 1800's. Following this are town histories covering: Barton, Berkshire, Candor, Newark Valley, Nichols, Oswego, Richford, Spencer, and Tioga. Several chapters, or parts thereof, are written by contributing authors. A new, every-name index gives researchers easy access to nearly 10,000 people listed in the historical section. The directory covers the years 1887-1888, providing the name of the individual or firm (in alphabetical order), address, and business or occupation. This section is organized by town. G4894 - $24.00 Historical Gazetteer, 1785-1888 of Tioga County, New York. W. B. Gay. (1887, 1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 622 pp. The town histories covering: Barton, Berkshire, Candor, Newark Valley, Nichols, Oswego, Richford, Spencer, and Tioga. Several chapters, or parts thereof, are written by contributing authors. A new, every-name index gives researchers easy access to nearly 10,00 people listed in the historical section. G4895 - $46.00

"our ancient & Loving ffriends": The Town of Southampton, New York's Relationship with the Shinnecock Indians, 1628-1920. James P. Lynch. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 178 pp. This historical writing focuses principally upon the relationship between what historically became known as the Shinnecock Indians, the government of Great Britain and her colonial policies, the province and later state of New York, and most importantly, the proprietors and inhabitants of the Town of Southampton, Suffolk County, New York. Diagrams and maps enhance the text. L5024 - $21.50

Trustees Records of the Town of Southampton, New York: (Part Two), 1741-1826. Harry D. Sleight. (1931) 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 468 pp. These transcripts paint a vivid portrait of life in this area during this era, providing a clear idea of the priorities and significant issues of the town and its inhabitants. S2156 - $37.50

Obituaries, Death Notices and Genealogical Gleanings from the Saugerties Telegraph 18481852, Vol. 1. Audrey M. Klinkenberg. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp. The abstracts given here from The Saugerties Telegraph published in Ulster County, New York are almost entirely death notices of one form or another. Some are garnered from obituaries and others from notices or news items. Because many of the notices were copied from other newspapers, the geographic coverage extends throughout the northeastern States, although the bulk of the notices pertain to Ulster County. The abstracts are arranged chronologically and there is a name index. Where another newspaper is identified as the source of the notice, a citation is given which may lead to additional data. K0252 - $20.00 Obituaries, Death Notices, and Genealogical Gleanings from The Saugerties Telegraph: Volume 2, 1853-1860. Audrey M. Klinkenberg. (1990), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 252 pp. The abstracts given here are almost entirely death notices as garnered from obituaries, notices or news items. Many of the notices were copied from other newspapers, so the geographic coverage extends throughout the northeast, but most notices pertain to Ulster County. K0406 - $24.00 Obituaries, Death Notices & Genealogical Gleanings from the Saugerties Telegraph: Volume 4 1871-1879. Audrey M. Klinkenberg. 2001, paper, index, 713 pp. These obituaries may be the only record of death for many residents of Ulster and Greene counties, New York, and surrounding areas because they predate the state civil collections of death records. K1833 - $50.00

Chronicles of Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow (New York). Edgar Mayhew Bacon. (1897, 1999), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 214 pp. From the Legend of Sleepy Hollow to the capture of John André (Benedict Arnold's co-conspirator); and from the first Dutch settlement to the American Revolution, these charming villages have been the scene of historical drama. B1335 $23.00

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Marriages and Deaths from Tompkins County, New York Newspapers. Mary Smith Jackson. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 356 pp. Marriage and death notices abstracted from 1827 to 1885. Includes notices for those living in nearby counties of Seneca, Cayuga, Yates, Schuyler, Tioga, Chemung, and Steuben. J3174 - $34.00 The History of Ulster County, New York. Alphonso T. Clearwater. (1907), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols, 986 pp. This first half of this work is a general history of Ulster County with separate essays on the history of each town. The county history section includes location and topography, the aboriginal people, pioneer settlements and patents, and a great deal of military and regimental history, including extensive muster rolls from the French and Indian War and the Revolutionary War. This half also contains the history of each religious denomination in the county, plus the bench and bar, medical profession, newspapers, Masons, schools and shipping. The second half of the book consists of biographical sketches. C1943 - $65.00 The History of the Town of Marlborough, Ulster County, New York: From the First Settlement in 1712 by Captain Wm. Bond to 1887. Charles H. Cochrane. (1887), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 248 pp. Best history available on this historic town along the majestic Hudson; includes genealogies of many old families. C0735 - $20.50 Notices from Washington County, New York, Newspapers, 1799-1880: Death Notices. Mary S. Jackson and Edward F. Jackson. (1995), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 484 pp. Vital records from local newspapers - pre-civil registrations. J9337 $37.50 Marriage Notices from Washington County, New York, Newspapers, 1799-1880. Mary S. Jackson and Edward F. Jackson. (1995), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 450 pp. Nearly 7,000 marriage notices including neig oring counties of New York and Vermont, and of people formerly of Washington County who moved to other parts of New York or to other states. J0342 - $36.00 Fitch Gazetteer of Washington County, New York, Volume 1. Kenneth A. Perry. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 638 pp. The numerous genealogical entries and family records featured trace the growth of the original families who arrived in the 1760s and the New England settlers who arrived just prior to the Rev. War, carrying their descent several generations; covers to the War of 1812. P1090 - $47.00 Fitch Gazetteer of Washington County, New York, Volume 2. Kenneth A. Perry. 1999, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 534 pp. From the Revolutionary War to Civil War. P1113 - $40.50 Fitch Gazetteer of Washington County, New York, Volume 3. Kenneth A. Perry. 1999, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 592 pp. From the Revolutionary War to the Civil War. P1143 $47.00 Fitch Gazetteer of Washington County, New York, Volume 4. Kenneth A. Perry. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 656 pp. Time period covered: late 1700s to the Civil War and Reconstruction period. P1182 - $49.00

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Early Wayne County [New York] Settlers And Their Rhineland Origins. Lloyd Espencheid. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 24 pp. Background of the Germans who settled in this area of Wayne County [New York], near the Erie Canal. Some clues to westward migration to Ohio. E0841 - $5.00 Genealogical Abstracts from Palmyra, Wayne County, New York, Newspapers 1810-1854. S. D. Van Alstine and Harriet Wiles. 1996, 8½x11, paper, index, 243 pp. Originally transcribed by S. D. Van Alstine, with additions by Harriet Evretts Wiles. Edited by Mary Keysor Meyer. V0836 $32.00 Palmyra, Wayne County, New York. The Women's Society of the Western Presbyterian Church. (1994), 2001, index, 33 pp. Brief history of the early settlement and of each church in Palmyra. W0645 - $8.50

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Alexander, Gen. Robert Irwin, John McKnitt Alexander, Rev. Hezekiah Balch, Hezekiah Alexander, Capt. Zaccheus Wilson, Neil Morrison, Richard Barry, John Flennikin, William Graham, Matthew McClure, John Queary, Ezra Alexander, Waightstill Avery, Col. William Kennon, Col. James Harris, David Reese, Henry Downs, John Foard, Charles Alexander, Robert Harris Sr., Maj. John Davidson, Col. Ezekiel Polk, Capt. James Jack, Rev. Cummings, Gen. Joseph Graham, and Gen. George Graham. G1564 - $23.00 Some Neglected History of North Carolina, Being an Account of the Revolution of the Regulators and of the Battle of Alamance, the First Battle of the American Revolution. William Edwards Fitch, M.D. (1905), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 326 pp. This volume presents a history of the remarkable insurrection which developed in western North Carolina in 1771. The difficulties began several years earlier when the residents of the Piedmont region became dissatisfied with their lack of representation in the colonial Assembly. After their petitions for justice were ignored, a general state of disorder developed. The rebels formed a para-military unit called the Regulators which was defeated by Gov. Tyron's forces in a bloody battle at Alamance Creek near Hillsboro in May of 1771. Several of the rebels were executed for treason; and the remainder, along with all the residents of the area, were required to sign an oath of allegiance. The author's account reproduces numerous contemporary petitions, laws and other papers, and is extensively documented. There are several illustrations and a complete index. F0177 - $32.00 The Heritage of Blacks in North Carolina, Volume 1, 1990. North Carolina AfricanAmerican Heritage Foundation. 1990, 8½x11, cloth, 504 pp. First known attempt by any group or individual to collect the personal genealogical studies of a statewide group of Afro-Americans and present the materials in volume form. Forward by Alex Haley. This collection of AfricanAmerican stories contains representations from 85% of North Carolina counties. N0012 - $45.00 Western North Carolina: A History, 1730-1913. John Preston Arthur. (1914), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 734 pp. Includes sections on Robert Love, founder of Waynesboro, and John Sevier, the first governor of Tennessee. Public lands, Indian lands, land speculation and land grants are discussed. Separate sections are devoted to Daniel Boone, Indian relations and the Revolutionary War. A county history section includes brief sketches of prominent inhabitants and a listing of principal office holders in the county. A1280 $52.00 North Carolina 1780-81: Being a History of the Invasion of the Carolinas by the British Army under Lord Cornwallis in 1780-81. David Schenck, LL. D. (1889), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 516 pp. Exciting narratives and battle maps are presented for: Camden, King's Mountain, Cowpens, Guilford Court-House, Hobkirk's Hill and Eutaw Springs. During the war, the North Carolina Legislature voted to raise several regiments of continental troops, six battalions of Minute Men and three Light Horse companies. The names of all of the officers for these units are listed here. S1441 - $37.00

The History of the Several Towns, Manors, and Patents of the County of Westchester, from its First Settlement to the Present Time. Rev. Robert Bolton. (1881) reprint, new index, illus., maps, 4 vols., c1740 pp. After the first publication of this history in 1848, the author received a mass of new information and corrections. He spent 29 years revising it, rewriting more than two-thirds of the original book, adding many old documents, and bringing the work up to date. He was working on it up to the day of his death, after which his brother published this revised edition. This massive work holds a vast amount of historical and genealogical material relating to Westchester County, New York. Broken down into individual town histories, the information dates to the early 1600s and contains many family histories, pedigree charts, Revolutionary War rosters, lists of civil officials, illustrations and town maps, census information, Indian history, treaties, deeds, histories of schools and churches, some tombstone inscriptions and town anecdotes. The original two volumes have been split into four volumes by Heritage Books, Inc., and include a new surname index. This set is an essential resource for anyone interested in the early history or genealogy of this region in New York. B3229 - $98.00

Marriage and Death Notices from the Newark, New York, Weekly Courier, 1869-1873. Harriet Wiles. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, index, 70 pp. An important work in an area where no official vital records were kept until c1900. W0828 - $10.00

History of the Pioneer Settlement of Phelps and Gorhams Purchase and Morris' Reserve (New York). Turner, O. T0736

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North Carolina--South Carolina Bible Records. Jeannette Holland Austin. (1988), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 750 pp. Births, marriages and deaths found in approximately 450 family Bibles. A0595 - $47.00

The Mecklenburg [NC] Declaration of Independence, May 20, 1775, and Lives of Its Signers. George W. Graham, M.D. (1905, 2000), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. Brief biographical sketches of the signers (and a few spectators) include: Gen. Polk, Col. Abraham Alexander, Dr. Ephraim Brevard, Col. Adam

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Sketches of Western North Carolina, Historical and Biographical. Cyrus L. Hunter. (1877), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 390 pp. This work relates principally to the Revolutionary period in the western and southwestern half of the state, particularly in Mecklenburg, Cabarrus, Rowan, Iredell, Lincoln, Gaston, Cleaveland, Burke and Wilkes counties, with some mention of the adjoining sections of South Carolina. H0382 $29.50 The Mecklenburg Declaration. Craig L. Heath. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 464 pp. Never before published, this book examines the controversy surrounding the alleged "Declaration of Independence" by the citizens of Mecklenburg County, N. C., in 1775. H2570 - $30.00 A History of the North Carolina Third Mounted Infantry Volunteers: March 1864 to August 1865. Ron V. Killian. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 100 pp. Ron V. Killian's history discusses the brief but sensational career of the Third Mounted Infantry from its inception up to the occupation of Asheville, NC in 1865. Until now, little material has been published on the role of the Third Mounted Infantry in the pacification of the Tennessee/North Carolina mountain region. K1605 - $14.00 The History of Mecklenburg County 1740-1900 (North Carolina). J. B. Alexander. (1902, 1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 514 pp. Interspersed throughout the historical narrative of the book are dozens of brief biographical sketches of prominent citizens. One chapter lists the rosters of all "Twenty-One companies Furnished by Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, in the War of 1861-1865." A0469 - $34.50 In Full Force and Virtue: North Carolina Emancipation Records, 1713-1860. William Byrd III. (1999), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 374 pp. Covers petitions where masters expostulate to the court the reasons for wishing to free their slaves. The petitions reveal relationships between cultures and races, and many depict relations on an intimate level. B1241 - $54.00 Villainy Often Goes Unpunished: Indian Records From The North Carolina General Assembly Sessions, 1675-1789. William L. Byrd III. (2002), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 321 pp. Transcripts are arranged chronologically and by record type: Colonial Court Records (1675-1775); General Assembly Sessions records (1709-1776); and General Assembly Sessions records (17771789). B2046 - $29.00 For So Long as the Sun and Moon Endure: Indian Records from the North Carolina General Assembly Sessions & Other Sources. William L. Byrd III. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 332 pp. This book contains records pertaining to the Tuscarora Indians of N.C. and N.Y., General Assembly Sessions Records, Indian related papers from the Governor's office, and laws relating to the Indians of N.C. B3588 - $32.50 North Carolina Wills and Inventories. J. Bryan Grimes. (1912), 2008, paper, index, 586 pp. Presented in alphabetical order, the wills span the 18th century. Fewer inventories than wills are published. The estate inventories list all kinds of property, such as livestock, furniture, books,

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cookware, flatware, glassware, linens, parcels of land, etc. The inventories are dated from the 17th to the 18th centuries. G0853 - $42.00 Carolina Families: A Bibliography of Books About North and South Carolina Families. Donald M. Hehir. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 382 pp. With over 1400 Carolina surnames referenced in this major work, Mr. Hehir provides, in one source, a comprehensive listing of all printed Carolina genealogies and family histories that have made their way into major library collections across the U.S. No genealogist working with Carolina families should be without this timesaving volume on his or her shelf. H0036 - $32.00 North Carolina--South Carolina Bible Records. Jeannette Holland Austin. (1988), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 750 pp. Births, marriages and deaths found in approximately 450 family Bibles. A0595 - $47.00 History of the German Settlements and of the Lutheran Church in North and South Carolina From the Earliest Period of the Colonization of the Dutch, German and Swiss Settlers to the Close of the First Half of the Present Century. Gotthardt D. Bernheim. B3306 North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 1. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 202 pp. Lists head of household, acreage and value of holdings. Covers: Alamance, Alexander, Anson, Ashe, Beaufort, Bertie, Bladen, Brunswick, Buncombe, Burke, Cabarrus, Caldwell, Camden, and Carteret Counties. G4571 $28.00 North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 2. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 222 pp. Lists head of household, acreage and value of holdings. Covers: Caswell, Catawba, Chatham, Cherokee, Chowan, Cleveland, Columbus, Craven, Cumberland, Currituck, Davidson, Davie, and Duplin Counties. G4573 $30.00 North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 3. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 224 pp. Lists head of household, acreage and value of holdings. Covers: Edgecombe, Forsythe, Franklin, Gaston, Gates, Granville, Greene, Guilford, Halifax, Haywood, Henderson, Hertford, and Hyde Counties. G4579 - $30.00 North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 4. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 220 pp. Lists head of household, acreage and value of holdings. Covers: Iredell, Johnston, Jones, Lenoir, Lincoln, McDowell, Macon, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Moore, Nash, New Hanover, Northampton, Onslow, and Orange Counties. G4581 - $29.50 North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 5. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 198 pp. Lists head of household, acreage and value of holdings. Covers: Pasquotank, Perquimans, Persons, Pitt, Randolph, Richmond, Robeson, Rockingham, Rutherford, Sampson, Stanly, and Stokes Counties. G4629 - $28.00

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North Carolina 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 6. Linda L. Green. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 190 pp. Lists head of household, acreage and value of holdings. Covers: Surry, Tyrrell, Union, Wake, Warren, Washington, Watauga, Wayne, Wilkes, and Yancey Counties. G4628 $27.50 North Carolina Extant Voter Registrations of 1867. Frances Holloway Wynne. 2001, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 278 pp. W0646 - $37.00 Against the Peace and Dignity of the State: North Carolina Laws Regarding Slaves, Free Persons of Color, and Indians. William L Byrd III. (2003), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 490 pp. The evolution of North Carolina's Slave Codes begins in 1669, and for the most part, ends in 1862 - a perfect example of man's inhumanity to man. Read this book and weep. B2480 - $38.00

North Carolina General Assembly Sessions Records: Slaves and Free Persons of Color, 1709-1789. William L. Byrd III. 2001, 5½x8½, paper, 226 pp. Includes: Magistrates or Special Courts for slaves, owner's claims for executed slaves, runaway slaves, outlawed slaves, slave rebellion, clandestine trading with slaves, hiring of slaves, petitions relative to the Revolutionary War, importation of slaves from the Caribbean and Africa, Quaker petitions, emancipation petitions, and many other diverse records. B1963 - $22.00

Marriages and Death Notices in Raleigh Register and North Carolina State Gazette 18261845. Carrie L. Broughton. (1947), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 402 pp. The material has been arranged in two parts: Part 1, Marriages; and Part 2, Deaths. The entries have been made as brief as possible, listing each name alphabetically, giving date of marriage or death, place of residence, the paper and date of publication. Marriage entries include the names of both bride and groom as well as the place of marriage. Part 1 contains about 8,000 entries and Part 2 contains about 4,000 entries. These are some of the most important extant vital records for antebellum North Carolina. B1996 - $31.50 Portsmouth the Way It Was: Island History, Volume III. Ellen F. Cloud, (1996), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 194 pp. A small, now uninhabited island southwest of Ocracoke Island, Portsmouth was once a thriving seaport serving the North Carolina coast. An account of the early history of the island offers information never before documented. The author is an Ocracoke native who traces her lineage back to the earliest settlers. C3830 - $22.50 North Carolina Slaves And Free Persons Of Color: Burke, Lincoln, And Rowan Counties. William L. Byrd III and John H. Smith. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 290 pp. Records are grouped by county and category, including: petitions to sell slaves, hiring of slaves, miscellaneous records, weapons permits, depositions, cohabitation records, deeds of gifts of slaves, criminal actions, patrol records, bills of sale, bastardy bonds, stealing of slaves, transporting of slaves, letters of intent regarding slaves, runaways, coroner's inquests, civil actions, trading with slaves, mortgage of slaves, and petition Ex Parte. B1530 - $28.00

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North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Hyde and Beaufort Counties. William L. Byrd III and John H. Smith. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 330 pp. Includes: Criminal Actions, Civil Actions, Patrol Records, Hiring Agreements, Sale of Slaves, Bills of Sale, Division of Slaves, Deeds of Gift of Slaves, Miscellaneous Records, and Unlawful Marriages of Slaves. B2029 - $29.50 1820 Federal Census North Carolina. Dorothy Williams Potter. 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 524 pp. Lists over 78,000 heads of household and is believed to embody the most complete printed source material for the period. P0947 - $53.00 The Moravians in North Carolina. An Authentic History. Rev. Levin T. Reichel. (1857), 2008, paper, index, 206 pp. A historical work that begins by looking at North Carolina in 1752, this work has large print and a new fullname index. It is easy to follow and interesting for those desiring additional knowledge of North Carolina's early history. R2259 - $23.00 Alleghany County, North Carolina, Marriages, 1849-1900. George Henry Latham. (1996), 2007, 8½x5½, paper, index, 362 pp. These marriage records are arranged alphabetically by the groom's surname, typically showing for each marriage the day, month and year it took place; the groom's name, age, residence and the names of his parents; and the bride's name, age, residence and the names of her parents. An index of brides is included. L0480 - $30.50 Bladen County, North Carolina, Tax Lists: 1768 through 1774, Volume I. William L. Byrd III. 1998, 8½x11, paper, 182 pp. The devastation of Bladen County's records by fires has created a void. These early tax lists provide information and insight into many of the early families that would have otherwise been lost to posterity. There are 3000 items and five volumes contained in this collection alone. Old Bladen County was also home to many of the ancestral families of the Lumbee Indian Tribe of North Carolina. They will be found listed variously as Whites, Mulattoes, and Mixt Bloods. Also listed are Free Persons of Color: wives and other females listed as taxables. B4250 - $20.00 Bladen County, North Carolina, Tax Lists: 1775 through 1789, Volume II. William L. Byrd III. (2000), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 274 pp. The text consists of full transcriptions of loose papers which include wills, deeds, confiscation papers, oaths of allegiance and old tax lists. Slaves' names abound and members of the Lumbee Indian tribe of North Carolina are listed variously as whites, mulattos and mixed bloods. B1426 - $34.50 Bute County, North Carolina Land Grant Plats and Land Entries. Brent H. Holcomb. (1974), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 130 pp. Bute Co. was formed from Granville Co. in 1764, and abolished in 1779 to form Warren and Franklin Counties. During its existence, 103 land grants were issued. This volume contains facsimile reprints of original land grant plats and 345 abstracted land entries. H1689 - $22.00

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North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Chowan County, Vol. One. William L. Byrd III. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. Grouped by category: Magistrates Court Records, Civil Actions, Criminal Actions, Gun Permits, Patrol Records, Bills of Sale, Free Persons of Color, Hiring of Slaves, Division of Slaves, and Miscellaneous Records. A table of cases for criminal and civil actions and a glossary of legal terms augment this work. B2182 - $24.50 North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Chowan County, Vol. Two. William L. Byrd III. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 410 pp. Crime and punishment. Records include: Civil Actions (1757-1819); Criminal Actions (17771817); and Miscellaneous Records containing, sales and hiring of slaves. B2460 - $35.00 Forsyth County (North Carolina). Adelaide L. Fries. (1898), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 150 pp. This small book gives a remarkably detailed history of the people and the establishment of Forsyth County, the home of Winston-Salem. Discusses the county militia, the Civil War and the formation of township lines. North Carolina's secession is covered, as well as Forsyth County's role in the Civil War. F1236 - $18.00 An Annotated Digest of Will Book A Guilford County, North Carolina, 1771-May Court 1816. Jane Smith Hill. (2005), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 256 pp. This book contains a digest of all but a few of the wills of Guilford Co., North Carolina, from its inception in 1771 to May Term of Court in 1816. It includes an alphabetical list of slaves, and a list of locations. H4438 - $32.50 Abstracts of the Wills and Estate Records of Granville County, North Carolina, 1833-1846. Trudie Davis-Long. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. Entries typically include the full name of the deceased, and may contain names of the executor, spouse, guardian, children, witnesses, slaves, or others. D4083 - $17.50 Abstracts of the Wills and Estate Records of Granville County, North Carolina, 1846-1863 by Zae Hargett Gwynn. Trudie Davis-Long. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. Entries typically include the full name of the deceased, and may contain names of the executor, spouse, guardian, children, witnesses, slaves, or others. Property division is often listed. D4594 - $24.00 North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Iredell County. William L. Byrd III and John H. Smith. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 210 pp. Includes: Civil Actions, Criminal Actions, Miscellaneous Records, and Petitions to Sell Slaves. Includes a table of cases for criminal and civil actions, a full name and subject index, and a glossary of legal terms. B2088 - $23.00 1850 Census of Johnston County, North Carolina. Helen R. Marler. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 316 pp. A transcription arranged in numerical order by household. Entries include name; age; gender; race; profession, occupation or trade of each male over 15 years of age; and place of birth of head of household. M1680 - $26.50 Johnston County, North Carolina, Marriages, 1764-1867. Charlotte D. Meldrum. (1994), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 210 pp. 4,355 marriage bonds and records. Abstracted from records of the

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North Carolina Department of Archives and History. M9281 - $18.00 Minutes of the Jones County, North Carolina, Court of Common Pleas and Quarter Sessions, 1826-1841. Nancy Bryan Aiken. (2002), 2008, 8½x11, paper, indexes, 302 pp. A detailed historical/sociological background to the records in the introduction. Records offer names and dates, along with historical and genealogical data. Includes slave ownership, law terms, North Carolina geography and people who were active in the court, author notations, list of references, and a map of Jones County in 1865. A2044 - $37.00 Annals of Lincoln County, North Carolina: Containing Interesting and Authentic Facts of Lincoln County History Through the Years 1749 to 1937. William L. Sherrill. (1937), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 572 pp. A potpourri of info about Lincoln County, including news items, biographies, family history, military registrants and church history, among other items. S0871 $41.00 North Carolina Slaves And Free Persons Of Color: McDowell County. William L. Byrd III and John H. Smith. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 344 pp. These pages contain a wealth of information transcribed from obscure and fragile, original documents housed at the North Carolina State Archives. Every attempt has been made to transcribe the complete collection, including partial or fragmented documents. Records are grouped by category, including: Criminal Actions, Civil Actions, Petition Exparte, and Miscellaneous. A table of cases for criminal and civil actions and a glossary of legal terms augment this work. B2289 $30.50 North Carolina Slaves And Free Persons Of Color: Mecklenburg, Gaston, and Union. William L. Byrd III and John H. Smith. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 262 pp. A table of cases for criminal and civil actions, a full name and subject index, and a glossary of legal terms augment this work. B1851 - $23.50 History of Mecklenburg County [North Carolina] and the City of Charlotte, from 1740 to 1903. D. A. Tompkins. (1903, 1904), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 670 pp. Informative local history, originally published in two separate volumes. The text is divided into a "narrative" section, providing a general overview of Mecklenburg County's history, and the appendix, which offers a more detailed look at a number of significant events that occurred in the county as well as a considerable body of genealogical data. This edition is profusely illustrated and the original indices for each section have been retained. T1345 - $46.00

Christoph Von Graffenried's Account of the Founding of New Bern (North Carolina). Vincent H. Todd. (1920, 1999), 5½x8½, paper, index, 436 pp. Contains Graffenried's personal accounts of experiences, written in French and in German, with complete translations in English. The accounts describe the ocean voyage, his difficulties providing food and necessities for the colonists, relations with the Indians, conditions between the English colonists and the Indians, descriptions of the country, his intricate business dealings and much more. T1390 - $33.00

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A History of New Hanover County (North Carolina), and the Cape Fear Region, 17231800. Alfred Moore Waddell. (1909), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 252 pp. New Hanover was established as a precinct in Bath County in 1729. This work covers the history of the region from about that time down through the American Revolution. The author apparently intended to continue his work, this volume being marked "Volume I;" however, no subsequent volumes were published. Although this history touches on most of the usual topics, identifies the early plantations and their owners, and mentions the various communities in the county, the emphasis is on events during the Revolutionary War era and on Wilmington. There is a map and several illustrations of people or sites mentioned in the text. W0268 - $25.00 The True Republican, or American Whig: "The Truth Our Guide - The Public Good Our End." 1809 CE, Wilimington, North Carolina, USA. Joseph E. Waters Sheppard. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 88 pp. This newspaper is a unique study of coastal North Carolina during the early nineteenth century, especially the Cape Fear region. S4593 - $20.00 North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Pasquotank County. William L. Byrd III. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 460 pp. Interactions between Blacks and Whites are displayed on both an antagonistic and intimate level, and are dramatically played out through crime and punishment. Criminal cases are filled with intrigue-murder, felonies, trading with slaves and harboring slaves. B3284 - $37.50 North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Perquimans County. William L Byrd III. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 432 pp. Interactions between Blacks and Whites are displayed on both an antagonistic and intimate level, and are dramatically played out through crime and punishment. Criminal cases are filled with intrigue-murder, felonies, trading with slaves and harboring slaves B3326 - $37.00 Sketches of Pitt County, North Carolina, A Brief History of the County, 1704-1910. Henry T. King. (1911), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 276 pp. This rather typical county history names many residents in the main text, and has a fifty-page addenda providing biographical sketches of prominent citizens. This informaiton is now made more usable by the addition of a name index. There are numerous maps, engravings and photographs. K0322 - $26.50 Richmond County, North Carolina Court Minutes: Court of Pleas and Quarter Sessions, Minute Book 1, 1779-1786. Lee G. Barrow. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 186 pp. This complete transcription includes lists of jurors, executors, county officers, road crews, and information on deeds and court cases--over a thousand individuals are named. All individual and place names are indexed. B4494 - $22.00

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A History of Rowan County, North Carolina. Reverend Jethro Rumple. (1881), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 428 pp. Based on official courthouse records, private documents, and the personal recollections of many who have since been gathered to their fathers, Rumple's work has all the characteristics of a well-formulated county history. Chapters are devoted to the following subjects: Original settlers; county organization; the courthouse; early settlers in Salisbury; Indian wars; early churches; the Revolution; old families on the Yadkin River; old families of Rowan; the War of 1812; and the roll of Rowan County soldiers in the Confederate Army. R1203 - $32.50 Oakdale/Union Hill Cemetery, Salisbury, North Carolina. A History and Study of a Twentieth Century African American Cemetery, Second Edition. Reginald W. Brown. 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 304 pp. This edition contains over 1,600 burials, with a brief colonial history of the area, a chain of title beginning in 1761, indexed burial records, a grave locating system, maps and much more. B4760 - $35.50 North Carolina Slaves and Free Persons of Color: Stokes and Yadkin Counties. William L Byrd III and John H. Smith. (2001), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 236 pp. Covers: Free Persons of Color, Civil Actions, Criminal Actions, Petition Exparte, Mortgage of Slaves, Sales of Slaves, Weapons Permits, Coroner's Records, Hiring of Slaves, Patrol Records, etc. B1880 - $22.00 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: North Carolina. Stewart Sifakis. (1992), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 204 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. This volume details the activities of North Carolina's units in the Confederacy. S0696 $24.95

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The Ohio Country Between the Years 1783 and 1815. Charles Elihu Slocum. (1910, 1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 322 pp. A vast tract of land lying east of the Mississippi River, south of the Great Lakes, and north of Florida was ceded to the United States by the British in the Treaty of Paris which ended the Revolutionary War. However, the British were slow to evacuate the area and continued to encourage the Indians to thwart American settlement of the region. It was not until the end of the War of 1812, which was fought largely in this region, that the United States gained complete control of the area. This work provides a history of the northern part of this region from the early French explorations down through the War of 1812, but with emphasis on the period from the Revolutionary War through 1814. S9473 - $29.50 Biographical and Historical Memoirs of the Early Pioneer Settlers of Ohio, with Narratives of Incidents and Occurrences in 1775. S. P. Hildreth. (1852) reprint, 549 pp, new index, paper. Consists mainly of biographical sketches of thirty-five men who were the first settlers in Washington County. There are also chapters on the founding of Athens County, and on the initial settlement of Amestown in Athens, County. Most of the people were from New England. H0422 $36.50

Colonial and State Political History of Hertford County, North Carolina. Benjamin B. Winborne. (1906). W0949 -

Report of the Secretary of State to the Governor of Ohio: Jail Reports Covering the Years 1852, 1853, 1854, and 1855. Ohio Secretary of State. Any jailbirds in your tree? Covers Ashland, Ashtabula, Belmont, Champaign, Clark, Delaware, Fairfield, Geauga, Greene, Hamilton, Hancock, Harrison, Henry, Highland, Jefferson, Lorain, Meigs, Miami, Morrow, Muskingum, Ottawa, Paulding, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Tuscarawas, Warren, Washington, Wayne & Williams Counties. A0103 - $16.00

Wachovia in North Carolina, 1752-1902. John Henry Clewell, Ph.D. (1902) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 366 pp. A detailed history of the settlement of the Winston-Salem area based on the original Moravian records. There are some membership lists, enumerations of early settlers, and extensive quotations from original sources. Attractively illustrated. C0387 - $27.50 History of Wake County, North Carolina. Hope Summerell Chamberlain. (1922, 1998), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 312 pp. The history of Wake County from its beginnings in the 1700s to the book's original publication in 1922. Includes some biographies. C1042 - $28.00

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The Celoron Expedition to the Ohio Country, 1749: The Reports of Pierre-Joseph Celoron and Father Bonnecamps. Andrew Gallup. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 110 pp. Celoron wrote of how he dealt with the Native Americans and conducted his assignment to oust the English. Bonnecamps detailed the flora, fauna and other aspects of natural science, as well as activities of the expedition. G0606 - $14.50

Annual Report of the Secretary of State to the Governor of Ohio, Appendix B: Return of the Number of Deaf and Dumb, Blind, Insane and Idiotic Persons, May, 1856. Ohio Secretary of State. (1987), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. This reprint of Appendix B of the 1856 Annual Report of the Secretary of State to the Governor of Ohio, relays the names of deaf and dumb, blind, insane, and idiotic persons in eight-two counties of Ohio as of 1856. The information contained in this tabulation is extremely detailed considering the time period. The inclusion of age, birthplace, name of parents, and the birthplaces of the parents should prove very helpful to anyone finding a person of interest within. All the columns are clearly labeled and are self-explanatory. As of 1856, Ohio had eighty-eight counties and eightytwo of those submitted names; the following counties did not comply: Athens, Belmont, Butler, Gallia, Hancock, and Henry. O3089 - $23.50

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Ohio Families: A Bibliographic Listing of Books About Ohio Families. Donald M. Hehir. (1993), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 416 pp. This book provides, in one source, a comprehensive listing of all printed Ohioan genealogies and family histories that have made their way into major library collections across the U.S. Many of the books deal with multiple familes, some with non-Ohio roots. Arranged for ease of use, the entries are presented alphabetically according to surname, with a cross index to family and secondary names to help researchers findsurnames that would otherwise remain buried within the text. Also included is a separate bibliography of titles on microfilm at the Library of Congress. H9895 $34.50

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Further Materials on Lewis Wetzel and the Upper Ohio Frontier: The Historical Narrative of George Edgington, Peter Henry's Account, The Narrative of Spencer Records, The Reminiscences of Stephen Burkham. Jared C. Lobdell. (1994), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 116 pp. Draper Manuscript materials relating to warfare on the Upper Ohio between the end of the French and Indian War (1754-1763) and Anthony Wayne's victory at Fallen Timbers (1794). L0073 $20.00 The Life and Times of Lewis Wetzel: Revised and Second Edition. Clarence Brent Allman. (1939), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 256 pp. Filled with exciting adventures, crafty escapes, and violent battles against the backdrop of an untamed early American wilderness. A0204 - $25.50 Frontier Advance on the Upper Ohio, 17781779. Louise Phelps Kellogg. (1916), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 522 pp Iincluding letters, journals, reports, depositions, recorded speeches, treaties, portraits, maps, etc. Together with the inclusion of extensive annotation and a wellinformed introductory essay provided by the editor these documents can be read together as a surprisingly coherent and entertaining whole. K0048 - $40.00 Frontier Defense in the Upper Ohio, 1777-1778. Rueben Gold Thwaites, LL.D. (1912), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 368 pp. T0780 - $32.00 The Early History of the Maumee Valley. John E. Gunckel. (1902), 2001, 6x9, paper, index, 102 pp. A history of the struggles and conflicts for the possession of the Northwest Territory. Taken from the muster rolls, orders, letters, manuscripts, and personal interviews with men who were participants in the engagements and battles bought along the lines of the early frontier, and which finally centered in the Maumee Valley and on Lake Erie. G0738 - $12.00 Oberlin Colony [Ohio]: The Story of a Century. Wilbur H. Phillips. (1933), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 328 pp. Contains information on: 6 precincts - Hyden, Badcreek, Morrowbone, Whiteoak, Cutshin, and Wooton; 1298 households; 6722 individuals. Indexed by alphabetized surname with every individual listed and their birth year. P1491 - $26.50 The Native Tribes of Ohio. Helen Cox Tregillis. (1993), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 138 pp. The area north of the Ohio River became a melting pot for many Native American tribes as colonists pushed on from the east and south. This book is about the rich history of these tribes. T0925 $19.00

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Historical Collections of Ohio: An Encyclopedia of the State: History both General and Local, Geography with Descriptions of its Counties, Cities and Villages, It's Agricultural Manufacturing, Mining and Business Development, Sketches of Eminent and Interesting Characters, Etc., with Notes of a Tour Over it it 1886, Volume 2. Henry Howe, LL.D. H5235 - $62.00 Ohio's German Heritage. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 32 pp. Traces the basic outlines of German immigration and settlement in the history of Ohio from before the Revolutionary War down to the present era. There is a list of further pertinent reading material in the select bibliography. T2035 - $11.00

Index to Ohio Pensioners of 1883. W. Louis Phillips. P0056 -

Ohio And Her Western Reserve, With a Story of Three States Leading to the Latter, from Connecticut, by Way of Wyoming, Its Indian Wars and Massacre. Alfred Mathews. (1902), 2005, 2010 paper, index, 374 pp. Chronicles Connecticut's expansion westward, and the role Conn. played in the region we now call Ohio. Ohio, as a state, is traced to the end of the 19th century. M1869 - $33.00

The Picturesque Ohio, A Historical Monograph. C. M. Clark. (1887, 1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. Contains a lavish portrait of the mighty Ohio, "mountain-born and valley-fed," as it plows its way from its origins in Pittsburgh, PA, through the heart of bucolic middle America, to its final emptying into the Mississippi River at Cairo, IL. The author gives an enterprising description of the grand scenery one might encounter on a voyage down the Ohio, while still maintaining a candid assessment of the geography and history of the Ohio, its tributaries, and environs. Historical recountings begin with the discovery of the river in 1643 by La Salle. Tidbits include such things as a typical bill of fare and cabin construction techniques. The section entitled "Early Settlements" is most useful in terms of tracing family lines and ancestors; it includes abstracts of the memoirs and diaries of both settlers and soldiers, which give brilliant insight to life in pioneer Ohio. C9983 - $25.00

Ohio Annals: Historic Events in the Tuscarawas and Muskingun Valleys. Mitchener, C. H. (1876), 1993. This is the story of how a handful of settlers and a few brave missionaries carved a civilization out of a primitive and dangerous wilderness which came to be known as the state of Ohio. There are first hand accounts of settlers' encounters with the Lenape, Seneca, and Mingo tribes and their traditions and also short biographies of their fearless leaders, Captain White Eyes, Cornstalk, and Tecumseh, to name a few. Also provided are tales of the earliest settlers, the Moravian Germans, the French, and the brave missionaries Zeisbeger and Heckewelder who converted some Indians to Christianity all along the early western border. This book also contains the death rolls of over 400 early settlers, lists of early lawyers, county officers, land owners, and the members of three constitutional conventions. A new index gives the reader access to the great wealth of early Ohio settlers' names buried within the lists and in the text of the book. Starting with the geological history of the land itself and ending with a review of Ohio's rise to political power in the late 1800's, this highly engaging and mostly anecdotal history keeps you on the edge of your seat all the way through. M3888 Roster of the Ohio Soldiers in the War of 1812. Adjutant General of Ohio. (1916), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 270 pp. Ohio furnished 1759 officers and 24,521 enlisted men distributed over 464 companies of infantry, 13 cavalry troops, and one artillery battery. A9198 - $25.00 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Ohio Edition, Volume 1. Sherida Eddlemon and Patricia P. Nelson. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 296 pp. Data is collected between the time periods of 1881 to 1891. E2518 - $29.50 Early Ohioans and Their Critters: "Painters," "Polecats," "Gallinippers," Et Cetera. Barbara Stickley Sour. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 340 pp. This collection chronicles a variety of situations with both wildlife and settlers' livestock. These actual accounts of the harsh life on the Ohio frontier were gleaned from journals, diaries, memoirs, books, and periodicals S2533 - $33.00

History Of Brown County, Ohio: Biographical Sketches [Section V from the original]. W. H. Beers and Company. (1883, 1996), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. From the original 1883 publication, which ran over 1,000 pages, Heritage Books, Inc. has already reprinted sections dealing with the specific histories of Brown County and each of its townships. This book presents "Part V" from the original volume, a collection of nearly 1,000 biographical sketches of prominent men in each of the Brown County townships. A surname index has been added, in which such names as the following appear: Baird, Brown, Campbell, Cochran, Davis, Day, Devore, Dunn, Ellis, Evans, Jones, Marshall, Martin, Miller, Moore, Smith, Thompson, White, Wilson, and Young. B0427 $30.00

Historical Collections of Ohio: An Encyclopedia of the State: History both General and Local, Geography with Descriptions of its Counties, Cities and Villages, It's Agricultural Manufacturing, Mining and Business Development, Sketches of Eminent and Interesting Characters, Etc., with Notes of a Tour Over it it 1886, Volume !. Henry Howe, LL.D. (1902), 5½x8½, paper,paper, 2 vols., 986 pp. H2583 - $66.00

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Trans-Allegheny Pioneers (West Virginia and Ohio): Historical Sketches of the First White Settlers West of the Alleghenies, 1748 and After. John P. Hale. (1886), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 356 pp. Ingles and Draper Settlements and families, explorations along the Virginia border from the Alleghenies to the Ohio; from New River-Kanawha to the Monongahela. H1385 - $28.50 I Belong to the 116th: A Narrative of the 116th Ohio Volunteer Infantry during the Civil War. Gerald Earley. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 318 pp. Composed of yeomen from the "butternut" portion of Ohio, the 116th Ohio Volunteer Infantry fought with distinction in some of the fiercest battles of the Civil War. E2529 - $25.00 History of Athens County, Ohio, and Incidentally of the Ohio Land Company and the First Settlement of the State at Marietta, With Personal and Biographical Sketches of the Early Settlers, Narratives of Pioneer Adventures, etc. Charles M. Walker. (1869), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 618 pp. W0582 $46.00 Will Abstracts, Belmont County, Ohio, Vols. A, B, and C (1810-1827). Lorraine Indermill Quillon. (2000), 2007, 6x9, paper, index, 336 pp. Abstracts names, dates, relationships, property and relationships for the period. Q0585 - $28.00 Will Abstracts Belmont County, Ohio, Volumes D, E, and F (1827-1839). Lorraine Indermill Quillon. 2006, 6x9, paper, index, 420 pp. This is the second volume in a series. Entries typically include names and dates gleaned from letters testamentary or letters of administration; appraisal, sale, and final settlement data. Q4078 - $32.00

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Butler County, Ohio, Land Records, Volume 2: 1816 - 1823 and Miami University Land Leases 1810 - 1823. Shirley Keller Mikesell. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. Typical entries includes type of transaction, grantor(s) and grantee(s) with place of residence for one or both of the parties; the section, township and range of the property; date of the transaction and recording; signers and witnesses; and miscellaneous. Three types of lots were available: the Oxford town inlot; the larger (four or five acre) outlot adjoining the town; and the farm or country lot, which averaged 100 acres. These lease records contain the lot numbers and the names of the leaseholders in chronological order. Like Volume One, this work includes a brief history of Butler County, with maps of Symmes' Miami Purchase of 1788 and the Congressional lands of 1800 as contained in early Butler County, and the Butler County townships. The appendix explains some of the terminology used in land records, including the "Military Range" and "School Lands." An everyname index is included. M0698 - $27.00

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History of Clinton County, Ohio, Containing a History of the County; Its Townships, Cities, Towns, Schools, Churches, Etc.; General and Local Statistics; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of the Northwest Territory; History of Ohio; Map of Clinton County; Constitution of the United States, Miscellaneous Matters, Etc., Etc. W. H. Beers. (1882), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 1256 pp. Volume One contains the history of Clinton County, and the histories of the Ohio townships of Wilmington and Union. The Volume Two covers the histories of the other townships in Clinton County: Adams, Chester, Clark, Greene, Jefferson, Liberty, Marion, Richland, Vernon, Washington, Wayne and Wilson. Includes some biographical sketches. B2123 - $82.00

Deed Abstracts, Belmont County, Ohio: Volumes A, B, C (1800-1811). Lorraine Indermill Quillon. (2001, 2007), 2010 6x9, paper, index, 250 pp. Full abstracts of deeds. Q0623 - $26.00 Deed Abstracts Belmont County, Ohio, Volume G (1817-1820). Lorraine Indermill Quillon. 1998, 6x9, paper, index, 141 pp. Q0039 - $20.00 Deed Abstracts Belmont County, Ohio, Volume D, E, and F (1811-1817). Lorraine Indermill Quillon. 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 266 pp. This index to deeds and other transactions recorded in the deed books of Belmont County contains names of witnesses, neig ors, and previous owners, in addition to the usual grantors and grantees. Includes extensive full name index and numerous plats. Q4554 - $26.00 Butler County, Ohio, Land Records, Volume 1: 1803-1816. Shirley Keller Mikesell. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 296 pp. These abstracts generally contain the following information: type of transaction (most are deeds but there are also quitclaims, mortgages, etc.); grantor(s) and grantee(s) with the place of residence for one or both of the parties; the section, township and range of the property; date of the transaction and date of the recording; signers and witnesses; and miscellaneous tidbits such as "Final payment due," "no wife's signature" and "Land now lived upon by." M0666 - $27.00

Index of Death Notices Appearing in the Cincinnati Daily Times, 1840 - 1879. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (1994), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, index, 288 pp. Death notices in the Cincinnati Daily Times frequently contained information about the deceased and their survivors. Because of space considerations not all of the vital information in the death notice is contained within this index. What it does contain is the name of the deceased, sorted alphabetically by last name, the date(s) that the death notice appeared in the newspaper, and the actual date of death and age, if published. The page number where the original notice can be found is included and if the place of birth was included in the notice, an * appears to left of the page number. H0063 - $41.00

Historical Collections of Coshocton County, Ohio A complete panorama of the county, from the time of the earliest known occupants of the territory unto the present time, 1764-1876. William E. Hunt. (1876, 1993), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 296 pp. Contains about thirty pages dedicated to brief biographical sketches plus "many scores of sketches" scattered throughout the text. A new every-name index has been added to aid researchers. H9875 - $27.00 Our Ancestors of Cuyahoga County, Ohio: Vol. 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon and Patricia P. Nelson. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 150 pp. Brief entries, most from the 1800s, are listed alphabetically by surname. Data such as occupation; date or place of birth, marriage, or death; naturalization date; parents; or residence may also be included. The information source is listed for each entry. E2543 - $20.00

Index of Death and Other Notices Appearing in the Cincinnati Freie Presse, 18741920. Jeffrey G. Herbert. 1993, 2 vols., 8½x11, paper, 701 pp. This major compilation contains the name, date of death (if published) and date of notice, age of person, the newspaper page on which the notice was printed, maiden names for married women, and the city of birth, if mentioned. The index contains the names of over 38,000 people who died between 1874 and 1920. Both the original German spelling of a name, and its English equivalent are given when available. Words frequently found in death notices are given in a list in both English and German. H0803 $88.50 Columbiana County, Ohio Newspaper Abstracts Volume 2. Carol Willsey Bell, CG. (1987), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 154 pp. This latest volume of newspaper abstracts by Mrs Bell includes articles of genealogical and historical interest taken from the New Lisbon Journal, 18671876. Articles cover such items as marriages, births, and deaths, arrests, accidents, biographical, sketches, petitions, divorces, elopements, court proceedings, and family reunions. An index gives easy-access to names. B0079 - $24.00

History of Delaware County and Ohio: Containing a Brief History of the State of Ohio, From Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, Embracing Its Topography, Geological, Physical And Climatic Features; Its Agricultural, Stock-Growing, Railroad Interests, Etc.; A History of Delaware County, Giving An Account Of Its Aboriginal Inhabitants, Early Settlement By the Whites, Pioneer Incidents, Its G. O. L. Baskin and Co. O1994

St. Peter's Episcopal Church, Delaware, Ohio: The First One Hundred Years, 18171918. A Collection of Documents and Genealogical Data. Mary Anne Denison Cummins. (1993), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 398 pp. This book contains a transcript of the church's Vestry Minutes of 1817-1918, which name pew-holders as well as all vestrymen. A list of marriages from church records, courthouse records and newspaper notices follows. The final chapter, biographical sketches of almost every person named in the Minutes, is a treasure trove. The obituaries usually tell where and when the decedent was born, the parents' names, the wife's maiden name, where surviving children had settled, and the daughters' married names. C0926 $34.00

Index to Franklin County, Ohio Guardianships and Estates1803-1850. Phillips, W. Louis. 1984. P9045 -

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Franklin County, Ohio Adoptions, 1852-1901. W. Louis Phillips, C. G. (1988), 2007, 8½x11, comb binding, 72 pp. The abstracts included in this compilation identify the adoptees, the natural and adoptive parents, the adoptee's new name if the name was changed, and the date of the adoption. A reference code identifies the source where the complete record can be found. P0093 $16.50 Pioneer and General History of Geauga County With Sketches of Some of the Pioneers and Prominent Men. The Historical Society of Geauga County. (1880, 1994), 2010, 5½x8½, index, 870 pp. This book is a compilation of histories, township by township, of Geauga Co., Ohio, whose creation dates back to 1805, and whose settlement reaches even farther back, into the eighteenth century. The book opens with a general county history, which includes its establishment, geography, government, settlement, and just about every other conceivable aspect of its development and daily life. Transcriptions of historical speeches add to the flavor of the reading. Following this chapter are sections dealing with each of the county's sixteen townships, which are packed with details like those mentioned above, plus biographical sketches of notable citizens and local anecdotes. Paper. H0102 - $71.00 Cloth. H5158 - $92.00 Greene County, Ohio: Past and Present. Arthur R. Kilner. (1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 384 pp. A keepsake for anyone who has visited or lived in Greene County. Illustrated with approximately 150 photographs and a county map; includes an everyname index. K0659 - $32.00 Index of Death Notices Appearing in the Cincinnati Commercial, 1858-1899. Jeffrey G. Herbert. 1996, 8½x11, 2 vols., paper, 665 pp. Between 1858 and 1899, the Commercial published death notices of local citizens on a daily basis. These death notices are of great value to genealogical researchers since the city of Cincinnati did not keep any records of deaths prior to 1865, and until 1908 the records that were kept were not exhaustive. The information contained in each entry is name, death date, age, maiden name, publication date(s) and page number. The author has included an alphabetical list of women by their maiden names. H9419 - $85.00

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Hamilton County, Ohio Citizenship Record Abstracts, 1837-1916. University of Cincinnati. (1991), 2009, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 438 pp. These abstracts cover original and restored Declarations of Intention to Naturalize, and the subsequent papers for 25,000 people. U0421 $52.00 Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records Springfield Township Cemeteries. Ohio Genealogical Society, Hamilton County Chapter Staff, O2754 -

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Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1808-1849. Jeffrey G. Herbert. (1998), 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 2 vols., 654 pp. This index contains almost 23,000 marriages which occurred in Hamilton County before 1850. The primary base of information for this index is the restored marriage license applications and returns. Church records were checked when available and permitted. This index is arranged alphabetically in two sections, first by groom and then by brides. H1039 - $87.00 Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1850-1859. HCOGS. (1998), 2008, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 2 vols., 860 pp. This index contains over 30,000 marriages which occurred in Hamilton County during the 1850s; it reconstructs and supplements as much data as possible for the time period from January 1850 until December 1859 (records lost in an 1884 county courthouse fire). Sources include the restored marriage license applications and returns that are available at the courthouse, and also Protestantische Zeitblatter, a newspaper which published some marriages starting in January 1853. Alphabetical entries include the names of the bride and groom, date of marriage and source of marriage information. You can find marriages easily by searching either the brides' or the grooms' list. H1075 - $112.50

Wills Filed in Probate Court, Hamilton County, Ohio, 1791-1901 2 Volume Set. Hughes, Lois E. 1991. There are 15,126 original wills for Hamilton County, Ohio, for the period 1791-1901. They are housed in the Ohio Network Collection of the Archives & Rare Books Department of the University of Cincinnati Libraries. As part of a departmental project, volunteers from the Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society abstracted these wills, and Lois E. Hughes of the Archives & Rare Books Department staff compiled the data for this publication. The following information is included in this alphabetically arranged work: testator, location of the will within the U.C. collection, place of residence of testator, data filed, executor, and beneficiaries. An index to executors and beneficiaries is included. H3542 -

Hamilton County, Ohio, Church Death Records, 1811-1849. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (2000), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, index, 240 pp. This new index has been compiled from the death and burial records of twenty-four churches in Hamilton County, Ohio. It contains nearly 11,000 deaths recorded in the death and burial registers of individual priests and ministers before 1850. H1504 - $32.00

Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume I, 1865-1869. Lois E. Hughes. 1992, 8½x11, paper, 599 pp. Includes approximately 20,000 records copied from the Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Registers received from Probate Court. Information included: names of the deceased listed alphabetically, death date, age, color, marital status, cause of death, occupation when known, last residence, length of residence, previous residence in some cases, physician, undertaker, and interment. Glossary of medical terms. H0676 - $81.00 Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Records, Volume II, 1870-1873. Lois E. Hughes. 1992, 8½x11, paper, 2 vols., 359+588 pp. This massive volume includes copied from the Hamilton County, Ohio, Death Registers received from Probate Court. All pertinent information in the Death Registers is recorded here. Includes names of the deceased listed alphabetically, death date, age, color, marital status, cause of death, occupation when known, last residence, length of residence, previous residence in some cases, physician, undertaker, and interment. Glossary of medical terms. H3677 - $123.00

Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriage Index Volume 1, 1817-1845. Lois E. Hughes. 1994. The records listed in this informative book were copied from handwritten indexes received from the Hamilton County Courthouse. The volumes are dated as early as 1808. The records have been copied exactly as they were written, and many of the records are spelled phonetically. Since the bride and groom are recorded separately, a crossindex was created so readers who do not know the name of their ancestor's spouse can compare volume number, page number, and date to find a match. H0939

Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1860-1869. Jeffrey G. Herbert. (1997), 2010 8½x11, paper, 652 pp. Reconstructs 85% of the lost data. During this period, about 27,000 marriages took place in the Hamilton County area; this collection contains over 23,100 of them. H0616 - $60.00 Restored Hamilton County, Ohio, Marriages, 1870-1884. Jeffrey G. Herbert. 1994, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 1038 pp. This index is an attempt to reconstruct as much of the burned record data as possible. During these years approximately 41,000 marriages occurred in the Cincinnati, Hamilton County area. This index contains over 36,800 marriages or close to 90% of the total number. The marriages are listed alphabetically by grooms' last name. Each entry contains the date the notice appeared and the source in which the information may be found. When possible, records were verified with other sources to avoid misspellings and other typographical errors associated with records found in newspapers. A brides' name index has been included as well. H0139 - $127.00

The French Five Hundred and Other Papers. William G. Sibley. (1901, 1997), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 308 pp. This book sprang from the desire of the author, a newspaper editor in Gallipolis, Ohio, to write about some subjects that particularly interested him at greater length than allowed by the constraints of newspaper journalism. Consequently several seemingly unrelated subjects are treated in this four-part work. The book is primarily about Gallipolis, which is in the south central part of the state. The French 500 were a group of immigrants who migrated first to Virginia and then to Gallipolis, settling it in 1790. is a very readable book written in a pleasing style--at times rather like an editorial piece--with something for almost everyone. An everyname index has been added for convenience. S0746 - $28.00

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Hamilton County, Ohio Burial Records, Volume 5, Crosby and Whitewater Township Cemeteries. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (1993), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 80 pp. "Whitewater township was named in 1803 as a territorial division of Hamilton County, Ohio to include all that part of the county west of the Great Miami river. In 1804 this area was subdivided again to form Crosby township. Today Whitewater township is bounded on the west by Dearborn County, Indiana, on the north by Harrison and Crosby townships and on the east and south by the Great Miami river. Crosby township is bounded on the south by the Great Miami river and Whitewater township, on the west by Harrison township, on the north by Butler County, and on the east by the Great Miami river, separating it from Colerain township. "A brief history and status report for the cemeteries in the above named townships is given in the introduction together with the existing records. A list of standard abbreviations and their meaning, as used to record information about burials, is also included." Row and/or section and lot are given when available. H0917 - $18.50

Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records: Volume 7: Springfield Township Cemeteries. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (1994), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 428 pp. For this major work, gravestone readings were recorded for all known burial sites in Springfield Township except for Arlington and Landmark Memorial Gardens. The burials in Beech Grove Cemetery are mostly of Afro-Americans and this is the first time these records have been published. H0081 - $54.50

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Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Volume 11: Columbia Township - Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. Mary H. Remler. (1998), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 294 pp. Mary H. Remler, Editor. This work compiles readings of headstones and markers for 25 Columbia Township cemeteries. Records are divided into sections by burial ground and are preceded by brief histories of the grounds and churches around which they are established. Each entry consists of a complete reading of an inscription, including the deceased's name, date of birth, date of death, and assorted information concerning family, military service, and in some cases the condition of markers themselves. The grounds examined in this work include: St. Michael Catholic Cemetery, United Afro American Cemetery, Columbia Pioneer Baptist Churchyard, Pleasant Ridge Presbyterian Churchyard, Armstrong Chapel Methodist Churchyard, Fulton Mechanics Cemetery and others. 1998. H1062 - $44.00 Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Volume 12: Calvary Cemetery. Hamilton County Chapter OGS. (2000), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 318 pp. Calvary Cemetery is located in the Cincinnati, Ohio, suburb of Evanston and covers thirteen acres. The first burial was recorded in November 1865; over 17,000 interments have since been made and the grounds remain active. This new work reprints Calvary Cemetery's burial records in their entirety, cross-referenced with readings from headstones and markers to ensure accuracy. Records are arranged alphabetically by surname and contain (wherever available): full name of the deceased, date of birth, date of death, age at time of death and date of interment, with cemetery section, lot and row numbers. Their surnames, as well as those of allied family members, are included in the "Additional Family Related Surname Index" which closes this volume. A map is included showing the locations of all burial grounds in Hamilton County, followed by plats of Calvary Cemetery. H1433 - $38.50 Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Vol. 13: First German Protestant Cemetery of Avondale & Martini United Church of Christ Records. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (2001), 2009, 8½x11, paper, index, 170 pp. The record books for the First German Protestant Cemetery were written entirely in German, and listed the names of all persons buried there. The Martini United Church of Christ was founded in 1851, and the second portion of this work is devoted to burials in their churchyard, with additional listings of burials moved to other sites. Records are grouped by burial place, including: the Martini churchyard, misc. other sites, Spring Grove Cemetery, Vine Street Hill Cemetery, Baltimore Pike Cemetery, and Walnut Hill Cemetery. H1729 - $26.00

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Index of Death Notices Appearing in the Cincinnati Volksblatt. 1846-1918 [Hamilton County]. Hamilton County Chapter Ohio Genealogical Society. (1998), 2008, 8½x11, paper, 524 pp. Over 33,000 names. This index furnishes a comprehensive alphabetical list, with the full name of the deceased, the date of notice, date of death, the age and maiden name. H0891 $60.00 Index of Death Notices and Marriages Notices appearing in the Cincinnati Daily Gazette, 18271881. Jeffrey G. Herbert. (1992), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 2 vols., 854 pp. This volume is divided into two sections, death notices and marriage notices. Both sections are arranged alphabetically by last name. The marriages are entered under both the bride's and groom's names. Included in the introductory material are Reported Death Totals for Cincinnati (1828-1881), list of Cincinnati cemeteries in 1850 (name and address), list of Revolutionary War Soldiers (as mentioned in obituaries), members of the Pioneer Association of Cincinnati in 1858, and a list of marriage licenses issued by Gov. St. Clair from November 1795 to May 1796. H0755 - $102.00 German Chronicle in the History of the Ohio Valley and its Capital City, Cincinnati, in Particular. Emil Klauprecht. (1864), 1992, 8½x11, paper, indices, 284 pp. Packed with information about the Ohio Valley area; filled with names, places, events, and battles. T0703 - $39.50 Personal Memories Social, Political, and Literary, with Sketches of Many Noted People, 1803-1843 [Cincinnati, Ohio]. E. D. Mansfield. (1879), reprint, paper, index, 356 pp. The early days of Cincinnati and the West through the eyes of a West Point graduate, and Cincinnati Daily Gazette editor. M2305 - $29.50

Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Vol. 8: Sycamore Township Cemeteries. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (1994), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 232 pp. A compilation of information and burial records for all known cemeteries in Sycamore Township, with the exception of Rest Haven Memorial Park. Included are a large number of names from records that do not have grave markers in Hopewell and Reading Community Cemetery. H0105 - $32.00

Cincinnati's German Heritage. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. 1994, paper, 429 pp. The Survival of an Ethnic Community: The Cincinnati Germans 1918 through 1932 and The Cincinnati Germans after the Great War, plus a bibliography and newspaper directory. T0986 - $33.00

Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Volume 9: Union Baptist African American Cemetery. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. 1997, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 878 pp. The Union Baptist Church, founded in 1831, is the oldest African American Baptist church in Ohio. Over 30,000 burial listings recorded. Each entry includes, when available, first and last names of the deceased, birth place, age, date and place of death, marital status and names of kindred. H0638 - $97.00

History of the City of Toledo and Lucas County, Ohio. Clark Waggoner. (1888) reprint, 1151 pp., 4 vols., illus., maps, new index, paper. Provides a record of events and particularly the names of the individuals who brought about said events. W0636 - $60.00

History of Hancock County (OH) from Its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time, together with reminiscences of pioneer life, incidents, statistical tables, and biographical sketches. D. B. Beardsley. (1881) reprint, paper, index, 472 pp. The first permanent settlement in what is now Hancock Co., OH took place about 1815. The first third of this book presents a general history of the County, while the final two thirds. gives a history of each of its townships and communities. The township histories name many of the early settlers, and contain over 120 biographies, as well as lists of local officials, etc. B3188 - $36.00

Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Volume 10, Green Township. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. 1998, 8½x11, index, 202 pp. Burial grounds examined in this work include Bridgetown Protestant Cemetery, Green Township Cemetery, St. Aloysius Gonzaga Churchyard, St. James of White Oak Cemetery, and more. H0856 - $30.50

Hamilton County, Ohio, Burial Records, Vol. 14: Harrison Township. Hamilton County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (2001), 2007, 8½x11, paper, 186 pp. Edited by Hazel L. Berry and Mary H. Remler. Contains data gleaned from Harrison Park Cemetery, Glen Haven Cemetery, Woodlawn Cemetery, Old Baptist Cemetery, and what became St. John The Baptist (Catholic) Cemetery. H1753 - $29.00

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Historical Collections of Harrison County in the State of Ohio, With Lists Of The First Land-Owners, Early Marriages (To 1841), Will Records (To 1861), Burial Records Of The Early Settlements, And Numerous Genealogies. Charles A. Hanna. (1900, 2001), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 650 pp. This extensive history "is concerned chiefly with the record of names and events connected with the first thirty years of the century..." Topics include the Scotch-Irish, Quakers, Germans and Virginians, the first settlers in Eastern OH, early days in Cadiz, and area churches. Contains illustrations, a map of Harrison Co. (1900), transcriptions of county land records; and 128 pages of brief genealogical sketches. H1811 - $47.00

A History Of Knox County, Ohio, From 1779 To 1862 Inclusive: Comprising Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes And Incidents Of Men Connected With The County From Its First Settlement: Together With Complete Lists Of The Senators, Representatives, Sheriffs, Auditors, Commissioners, Treasurers, Judges, Justices Of The Peace, And Other Officers Of The County, Also Of Those Who Have Served In A Military Capacity From Its First Organization To The Present Time. And Also A Sketch Of Kenyon College, And Other Institutions Of Learning And Religion Within The County. A. Banning Norton. (1862), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 459 pp. N1563 - $30.00 A Record of the Revolutionary Soldiers Buried in Lake County, Ohio, with a partial list of those in Geauga County and a membership roll of New Connecticut Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution. Mary E T Wyman. (1902) reprint, 2010 index, 106 pp. Typical information includes date and place of birth and death, military service, rank, burial place, names of spouse and children, wherever known. W1217 $14.00 Lucas County, Ohio, Index to Deaths 18671908. Jana Sloan Broglin. (2003), 2009, 8½x11, paper, 312 pp. The 39,900+ entries found in this volume were taken from microfilms of the five volumes of death records located in the Lucas County, (Toledo) Ohio, Probate Court. Column headings in this text are: name, date of death, and volume and page of the original entry. B2458 $34.50

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The History of Marion County, Ohio. Leggett, Conway, and Co. Staff,. (1883, 1992), 2010 5½x8½, cloth, index, 916 pp. Alphabetically arranged biographical sketches of the founding families. The amount of information varies in the sketches, but each includes some or all of the following: head of family with place and date of birth and his or her parents' names and origins; places of residence; schooling; occupation; marriage date; death date; name(s) of spouse(s); spouse's parents' names and origins; spouse's birth date; children (occasionally children's birth and death dates and spouse's names); political and religious affiliation; military service; community activities. In addition, histories of townships frequently include lists of town officers, businessmen, religious society members, Masonic lodge members, association members, public school teachers, physicians. A separate section on military history includes a Civil War soldiers' roster. A general history of the county covers geographical features, Indians, early settlement, pioneer life, reminiscences of prominent citizens, transportation, religion, the press, politics, etc. For reasons of economy we exclude from this printing the first 200 pages of this volume, which are stock histories of the northwest territory and the state of Ohio. L5156 - $95.00

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Early Deed Abstracts of Marion County, Ohio. Books One-Four: 1821-1832. Jane Peppler. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 229 pp. A basic resource. P0036 - $29.00

Pioneer History of Medina County, Ohio. N.B. Northrop. (1861, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 236 pp. This informative history looks at the early settlement of Medina County with particular interest taken in the establishment of communities, public improvements, and the key figures and families responsible for the development of the region. Statistical data is included on population and the local economy with the text principally divided into chapters recounting the origins of individual towns and townships. The townships of Brunswick, Chatham, Guilford, Lafayette, Granger, Harrisville, Hinckley, Liverpool, Homer, Litchfield, Medina, Montville, Sharon, Wadsworth, York and Westfield are the subjects of their own historical surveys. N1184 - $24.00

Germans To Marion County, Ohio and Their Ancestors. Allen L. Potts. (1996), 2010, 8½x11, paper, alphabetical, 236 pp. The author's search for his wife's German ancestors turned into this collection of known first-generation German immigrants to Marion County, Ohio. The author's intent is to provide future researchers with a source from which to begin their own family adventure such as the one he originally set out on. In his facthunting he used various Marion County records such as census, probate and cemetery records, as well as county histories and also village parish records. P0603 - $34.00

The Pioneer History of Meigs County [Ohio]. Stillman Carter Larkin. (1908) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 224 pp. Treats all the usual topics, but is especially rich in family sketches. In addition to the many family articles there are a variety of lists of civil officers, heads of households in 1820, and a roster of settlers 17871814. L0214 - $17.50 Dayton's German Heritage: Karl Karstaedt's Golden Jubilee History of the German Pioneer Society of Dayton, Ohio. Don Heinrich Tolzmann, editor. (2001, 2005), 2010, 8½x11, paper, 124 pp. Includes biographies and photos of 80 of Dayton's foremost citizens. T1774 - $23.50

Andreas & Baskin's Illustrated Historical Atlas of Lucas and Part of Wood Counties, Ohio. The Lucas County Chapter of the Ohio Genealogical Society. (1857) reprint, 11x14, spiral bound, index, 136 pp. Originally published in 1857, this beautifully rendered atlas provides detailed maps of the city of Toledo, Ohio and the surrounding country of Lucas and Wood Counties. Accompanying the maps is an account of the settlement of Ohio and the continuing development of the region. Complete lists of the original patrons are included as well as a directory of businesses and professionals. L1094 - $30.00

News from Marion: Marion County, Ohio, 1844-1861. Sharon Moore. (1995), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 216 pp. The author took the newspapers from Marion County, cut out all the political writings, news from far-off places, and repetitive advertising; and then, created an every name index of what was left. Researchers can find the names they need quickly and easily, while those interested in Marion history or American culture still have the relevant and interesting parts of the newspaper to browse through. Ms. Moore has tried to retain the original flavor of the newspapers she culled by keeping spelling and grammatical corrections to a minimum. She purposely did not change any names, even if she thought they were misspelled. In addition to any information relevant to genealogical and historical research, Ms. Moore has included some of the poetry, jokes, and moral lecturing, which reveal the optimistic tone of some editors and the carping, baiting tone of others. Formatted to look like a newspaper, the book is in three columns, with headlines and datelines for every article. M0343 $33.00

Early Dayton With Important Facts and Incidents From the Founding Of The City Of Dayton, Ohio To The Hundredth Anniversary 1796-1896. Robert W. Steele and Mary Davies Steele. (1896, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 300 pp. The authors have gathered a wealth of information from conversations and correspondence with descendants of pioneers, historical texts, periodicals and Dayton academy records. Brief accounts of individual early settlers provide insight into daily life in Dayton and offer an abundance of names and events. Chapters detailing the evolution of Dayton are grouped by date, and touch on numerous inhabitants. Dayton's involvement in the Civil War is given individual attention. Numerous photos, illustrations and maps enrich this work. The final chapter is devoted to historical and statistical tables. S1233 - $28.00

Pioneers and Their Homes on Upper Kanawha. Ruth Woods Dayton. (1947) reprint, 320 pp., illus., bibl., index, paper. This history deals primarily with the upper valley from its origin near Gauley Bridge west past Charleston to Davis Creek. It provides a wealth of historical and genealogical information on dozens of early families, and is very attractively illustrated with over a dozen drawings. An appendix gives additional genealogies, and military and other lists. D0516 - $22.00

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Pioneer Life in Dayton [Ohio] and Vicinity, 1796-1840. John F. Edgar. (1896), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 310 pp. The first houses on the banks of the Miami, built from dismantled barges and dugouts, to the christening of the "Gem City" of Ohio, every aspect of Dayton's development is treated. Names culled from land patents, deeds, public records, family collections and correspondence, forming a considerable body of valuable genealogical data for this region that was for so many years on the very outskirts of the American frontier. E1276 - $28.50 Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Common Pleas Court Records Civil and Probate. Shirley Keller Mikesell. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 326 pp. One of a series of three volumes of early Montgomery County, Ohio inhabitants from official records. M0601 - $28.00 Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Marriage and Divorce Records 1803-1827, Early Deeds Recorded Late, Election Abstracts, Obituary of an Early Settler. Shirley Keller Mikesell. (1992), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 216 pp. First of a series of three volumes regarding Montgomery County, Ohio early inhabitants. M0751 - $22.00 Early Settlers of Montgomery County, Ohio: Genealogical Abstracts from Land Records, Tax Lists, and Biographical Sketches. Shirley Keller Mikesell. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. Drawn from many sources. M0495 - $27.00

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The History of Union County, Ohio, Containing a history of the County. W. H. Beers and Company. (1883), 2007, paper, index, 3 vols., 1417 pp. Written by residents of various townships within Union County, Ohio, this text is one no Union County researcher should be without. B0534 - $92.00

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The History of Wyandot County, Ohio, Volume 1: A general history of the county. Leggett, Conaway and Company. (1884), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 304 pp. Originially published as one large volume it is here split into 2 individually available parts. L0061 - $37.00 The History of Wyandot County, Ohio, Volume 2: A history of its townships. Leggett, Conaway and Company. (1884), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, ndex, 642 pp. Originially published as one large volume it is here split into 2 individually available parts. Includes numerous biographical sketches. L0079 - $53.50

The History of Warren County, Ohio, Containing a History of the County; Its Townships, Towns, Schools, Churches, etc.; General and Local Statistics; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; Map of Warren County; Constitution of the United States, Miscellaneous Matters, etc., etc. W. H. Beers and Company. (1882, 1994) , 2010, paper, index, 2 vols., 938 pp. This two-volume edition covers Warren County, Ohio, the next county northeast of Cincinnati. Portraits of 50 key figures of the county are included. Christopher Gist, Indians, pioneer life, snakes and leeches, the revival of 1801, and first visit of Shaker missionaries are among the many topics. Important firsts for the county politically and economically are also discussed. B0978 - $75.00

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Guide to the Historical Records of Oklahoma (Revised Edition). Bradford Koplowitz. (1997), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, 236 pp. Identifies and describes public records which span the 1880's through 1920 for county governments, municipal governments for cities over 5,000 people, and for smaller cities of historical significance. Covers earliest settlement as well as Native American records. K0730 - $22.00 Abstracts of the Early Deeds of Cleveland County, Oklahoma: Book 1, June 1889 - July 1893. Ann Jacobs and Lisa Sheppard. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, 115 pp. Includes the book and page number of the deed, the name(s) of the grantor/seller, grantee/buyer, date of the contract, date of filing if noted, property description, type of instrument, pertinent commentary contained in the deed, and any witnesses listed on the original deed. S0810 - $14.50

History of Seneca County (Ohio), From the Close of the Revolutionary War to July, 1880. William Lang. (1880, 1999), 2010, paper, index, 770 pp. Text is replete with biographical sketches of notable citizens, often noting family members and accompanied by portraits. Chapters cover an array of topics, including the Battle of the Thames, Indians, early settlers, early structures, and more. L1387 - $54.00

History of Seneca County, Ohio. Warner, Beers and Co. (1886, 1994), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 1032 pp. Containing a History of the County, its Townships, Towns, Villages, Schools, Churches; Industries, etc.; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; Biographies; Statistical and Miscellaneous Matter, etc., etc. Ohio researchers will treasure this extremely detailed book, and genealogists will find much material in the sections that deal with pioneers. A separate biographical section is particularly rich in family history, and is followed by an indispensable list of original land entries. We have omitted the first 184 "boiler-plate" pages of the original book, which consisted of the History of the Northwest Territory and the History of the State of Ohio. W0050 - $65.00 Portrait and Biographical Record of Stark County, Ohio containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens. Chapman Bros. (1892), 2002, paper, index, 442 pp. Biographical and genealogical information on about 400 individuals. C2251 - $34.00

History of Wayne County, Ohio: From the Days of the Pioneers and First Settlers to the Present Time. Ben Douglass. This Heritage Classic is intended as a record of the leading features and events of Wayne County, Ohio. The book covers the period of its first settlement to the time it was written n the mid 1870s. "Wayne County, in view of her conspicuous prominence in the sisterhood of the State, demanded that her traditions and her history be written. In the name of her pioneers and that their memories be not lost; of her first white inhabitants of the forest and stream, and to secure from oblivion a chronicle of the most important events of her first settlers and first settlements, furnishing withal, a continuous narrative of her wonderful strides from wildernesslife to the imposing spectacle of her present position, the writer undertook the work." This volume has chapters covering: The North-Western Territory, topography, geology, archaeology, Indian history, agriculture, Johnny Appleseed, Indian campaigns, public officers, churches, soldiers of the Civil War, and much more. A new surname index has been included. (1874, 1994), 2010, 5½x8½, index, 936 pp. paper, D0995 - $54.50 cloth, D5154 - $97.00

Warren County's [Ohio] Involvement in the Civil War. Dallas R. Bogan. 1991, 228 pp., index, paper. Since there is no official roster records pertaining to Warren County soldiers, the material in this book has been compiled from books, letters and miscellaneous sources accessible to the author. The book features: mini biographies, letters, hist sketches of regiments, death rolls and cemetery rosters, discharges and honor rolls. B521 - $17.90 Pioneer Scrap-Book of Wood County, Ohio, and the Maumee Valley. Charles W. Evers. (1910), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 274 pp. The purpose of this book is to preserve to the people of Wood County and the Maumee Valley some of the historic facts and interesting incidents of its early days and to present them in an entertaining and readable form. E2151 - $24.50

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The Conquerors: Historical Sketches of the American Settlement of the Oregon Country, Embracing Facts in the Life and Work of Rev. Jason Lee, the Pioneer and Founder of American Institutions on the Western Coast of North America. Rev. A. Atwood. (1907), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 326 pp. Tells the story of western settlement from the perspective of the missionaries - who preceded most other settlers offering a unique view of the history of the Oregon Territory. A0057 - $27.00

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Pennsylvania Genealogies And Family Histories: A Bibliography of Books about Pennsylvania Families. Donald O. Virdin. (1992), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 274 pp. This bibliography lists about 2,800 books which contain genealogies and histories of families from Pennsylvania, who may have also had ties to other states as well. Each book is listed under the surname of the primary Pennsylvania family which it covers; the names of allied families are listed in the cross-reference index. V0590 - $37.00

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The Pennsylvania Germans: Jesse Leonard Rosenberger's Sketch of Their History and Life. Don Heinrich Tolzmann. (1923, 1998), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 220 pp. Aan introduction into the life and times of Germans who settled in Pennsylvania. The first permanent all-German settlement was established in America in October 1683 at Germantown, which is now a part of Philadelphia. Germantown would then become the German-American center into the 19th century. This book describes immigration from Germany and the hardships immigrants encountered, pioneer life, religion and education, manners, customs and dress. Chapters discuss the distinctiveness of the Mennonites as Pennsylvania Germans, and proverbs and superstitions. Finally there is a short chapter devoted to gleanings of old records, which deals primarily with the Rosenberger family, beginning with the pioneer Heinrich Rosenberger. T0971 - $22.00 The Histories of the Pennsylvania and Central Pennsylvania Conferences of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Charles R. Miller and William L. Raker. 1968, 6x9, cloth, index, 660 pp. The merger of the Pennsylvania Conference and the Central Pennsylvania Conference occured on January 1, 1965. With the merger it was determined to simultaneously publish the histories of both Conferences in a single volume. It includes highlights from the Pennsylvania Conference minutes, church histories, ministerial personnel, and charges. M4818 - $25.00

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History, Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations who once Inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neig oring States. Rev. John Heckewelder. (1819, 1876), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 450 pp. Heckewelder (1743-1823), Moravian missionary to the Indians on the Susquehanna, became an expert on their history, manners, customs, and language, all of which he describes. H0411 - $34.00

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Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania. Sherman Day. (1843), reprint, paper index, 2 vols., 708 pp. The first section is a brief outline history starting with Indian tribes through first Dutch and Swedish settlers and then provides a brief history of the colony of William Penn. Next, arranged alphabetically, are county by county historical descriptions. Sources include: personal and secondary accounts, anecdotes, and numerous sketches. D0267 - $49.00 History of Counties of McKean, Elk, Cameron and Potter, Pennsylvaniawith biographical sketches, including their early settlement and development; a description of the historic and interesting localities; sketches of their cities, towns and villages; portraits of prominent men; biographies of representative citizens; outline history of Pennsylvania; statistics. J. H. Beers and Company. (1890) reprint, paper, index, 3 vols., 1362 pp. Each county has its own chapter wherein is described its general history, its townships' histories, and biographical sketches of some of its citizens. Portraits are scattered throughout the book. Nearly 7000 different family names. B0960 - $82.50 Maps Showing the Development of Pennsylvania. Land Office Bureau. 13 pp. Seventeen maps showing Pennsylvania development from 1651 to 1900. Includes county information sheet. X6298 - $5.00 Passengers and Ships Prior to 1684. Volume 1 of Penn's Colony: Genealogical and Historical Materials Relating to the Settlement of Pennsylvania. Walter Lee Sheppard, Jr. (1970), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, indexes, 258 pp. This is the definitive work on early passenger lists to the Delaware River. The volume contains reprints, reprints with corrections and additions, and original articles pertaining to shipping and passengers arriving during the first years of the founding of Pennsylvania. S0664 - $26.00 Penn's Colony: Genealogical and Historical Materials Relating to the Settlement of Pennsylvania. Volume 2: Welcome Claimants-- Proved, Disproved, and Doubtful, with an Account of Some of Their Descendants. George E McCracken. (1970), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 678 pp. A Critique of all available evidence regarding 304 alleged passenger; traces their genealogies for three generations. M0397 - $46.50

Skulking in the Woods: Irregular Warfare in Pennsylvania During the Seven Years' War. Benjamin G. Scharff. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. Each battle and campaign of the Seven Years' War is examined in detail, revealing the importance of discipline, experience, leadership, decision-making, pure luck and overall strategy; as well as the actual contribution of the irregular warriors. S3708 - $24.50

The German and Swiss Settlements of Colonial Pennsylvania: a study of the so called Pennsylvania Dutch. Oscar Kuhns. (1901), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 268 pp. Covers the German settlement of Pa. down to the Revolutionary War. Discusses Europe in the 1700s, settlements made in Pa., and every-day life of the immigrants. Llists German surnames giving information on origins, meanings, and English equivalents. K0197 - $25.00

Encyclopedia of Pennsylvania. Hiram H. Shenk, LL. D. (1932, 1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 600 pp. The contents of this single-volume encyclopedia are numerous and varied. Topics include architecture, art, biography, business, geography, government, history, industry, lore, medicine, newspapers, science, sociology, towns, etc. Biographical sketches of many of Pennsylvania's sons and daughters make up half the volume; dates span the 17th to 19th centuries. Appendices include a listing of Pennsylvania townships and a listing of Pennsylvanians in Who's Who in America. S0968 $44.00

Bedford County, Pennsylvania Quarter Sessions, 1771-1801. Gerald H. Smith. 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 360 pp. Abstracts of these Quarter Sessions dockets contain: administrative entries, such as oaths of office; governmental entries, such as petitions for roads; as well as petty and serious criminal offenses. Certain items of historical interest are fully transcribed. S5253 $31.50 Mother Cumberland: Tracing Your Ancestors in South-Central Pennsylvania. A Genealogical Guide to 10 counties: Bedford, Blair, Centre, Cumberland, Franklin, Fulton, Huntington, Juniata, Mifflin and Perry. 2003 edition. Raymond M. Bell. (1989), 2003, 72 pp. Identifies source materials. Charts and maps show county and township lines. Military units in Revolution and sources on military service. Updated edition. 0388s - $9.95

History of Doylestown, Old and New, from its settlement to the close of the Nineteenth Century, 1745-1900. W. W. H. Davis. (1904), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 484 pp. D3790 $38.50 Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania. H. Frank Eshleman. (1917), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 390 pp. This book chronologically traces the history of the settlers of the Schuylkill and Susquehanna valleys, with particular reference to the German-Swiss Mennonites or Anabaptists, the Amish and other non-residentsects. E1012 - $33.00 The Pig Iron Aristocracy, The Triumph of American Protectionism. Quentin R. Skrabec, Ph.D. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 186 pp. The "Pig Iron Aristocracy" of Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, and Pennsylvania not only was the foundation of American manufacturing, but the root of our present day political parties. S4515 - $22.00 History of the Western Insurrection in Western Pennsylvania commonly called the Whiskey Insurrection. H. M. Brackenridge. (1859), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 356 pp. This uprising took place between July and November of 1794 when the fledgling Federal government set a new excise tax on whiskey to which the local farmers took strong exception. The present work includes many affidavits from local residents; new name index added. B0139 - $29.50 Newspaper Abstracts from the Philadelphia Repository, 1803. Elaine Fitch. 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 126 pp. Full of stories and anecdotes of people and places throughout the country and news of interest to the people who lived in the city, and it provides insight into nineteenth-century life. Like a diary, it records not only marriages and deaths. F3197 - $21.50

Genealogies, Necrology and Reminiscences of the "Irish Settlement". Rev. John C. Clyde. (1879), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 422 pp. This book is a record of those Scotch-Irish Presbyterian families who were the first settlers in the "Forks of the Delaware" now Northampton County in Pennsylvania. The Genealogy section contains nearly 300 family names. The Necrology section contains all the inscriptions on the tombstones in the old Settlement graveyard. The Reminiscences section gives a more detailed look at the Settlement itself. Items included in this section are the date of the Settlement, the Settlement in the French & Indian War and the Revolutionary War, the minutes of the Settlement academy, Rosebrughs family history, and the relations between the settlers and the Native Americans, along with many other interesting articles. C1020 $34.00

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Some of the First Settlers of "The Forks of the Delaware" and Their Descendants. Being a translation from the German of the Record Books of the First Reformed Church of Easton, Pennsylvania, from 1760 to 1852. Translated by the Rev. Henry Martyn Kieffer, D.D., Pastor of the Church. (1902), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 480 pp. The records are presented as they appeared in the original books; chronologically arranged and categorized into baptisms, deaths and burials, and marriages. The author inserted notations and comments within the actual records to indicate when a new pastor took over the record-keeping duties. This helps to account for the variations in name spellings and the difficulty of reading some of the handwritten entries. K0313 - $35.50 History of the Early Settlement of the Juniata Valley. U. J. Jones. (1856), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 416 pp. Detailed recitation of actual events based on first-hand accounts. J0807 - $31.00

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Welsh Tract of Pennsylvania: The Early Settlers. Charles H. Browning. (1990), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 296 pp. Lists those who arrived in 1682 or soon thereafter and gives genealogies of some of their descendants. B0171 - $25.50 Welsh Settlement of Pennsylvania. Charles H. Browning. (1912), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 630 pp. The first Welsh Quaker families arrived in 1682. Old manuscript records trace the establishment of the Welsh Tract through deeds, maps, account ledgers and biographical sketches. Genealogists will find plenty of names in the property descriptions and the lists of meeting house subscriptions; some genealogical info extends into the late 1800s. Historians will appreciate the detailed accounts of the daily life, customs and traditions of the original inhabitants of the Welsh Tract. B1063 - $44.50 Genealogical Abstracts of the Laws of Pennsylvania and the Statutes at Large. Candy Crocker Livengood. (1990), 2001, 6x9, paper, index, 356 pp. Name changes, children being legitimized for inheritances, divorces and annulments, oaths of allegiance, and other information abound. L0176 - $32.00 The Story of the Wyoming Valley. S. R. Smith. (1906), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 104 pp. The conflict between Pennsylvania and Connecticut over the disputed lands of northern Pennsylvania and early settlement in the area. S0750 - $12.00 Early Times on the Susquehanna. Mrs. George A. Perkins. (1870), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 302 pp. Conflict between Conn. and Pa. over valley land, Queen Esther of the Seneca Indians, Sullivan's expedition against the Indians in 1779, the township of Asylum, Athens township, Claverback, and Milltown. P1298 - $28.00

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Indian Warfare in Western Pennsylvania and North West Virginia at the Time of the American Revolution, Including the Narrative of Indian and Tory Depredations by John Crawford, the Military Reminiscences of Captain Henry Jolly, and the Narrative of Lydia Boggs Shepherd Cruger. Jared C. Lobdell. (1992), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 162 pp. Indian Warfare in Western Pennsylvania and North West Virginia at the Time of the American Revolution, Including the Narrative of Indian and Tory Depredations by John Crawford, the Military Reminiscences of Captain Henry Jolly, and the Narrative of Lydia Boggs Shepherd Cruger with notes by Lyman Copeland Draper L0653 - $19.50 Connecticut's Pennsylvania "Colony": Susquehanna Company Proprietors, Settlers and Claimants, Vol. 1 The Proprietors. Donna Bingham Munger. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 228 pp. An overview and database of information about Company proprietors or shareholders as found in the Susquehanna Company Minute and Account Books. M4238 - $40.00 Connecticut's Pennsylvania "Colony": Susquehanna Company Proprietors, Settlers and Claimants, Vol. 2 The Settlers. Donna Bingham Munger. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 184 pp. The Settlers makes the task of searching multiple sources manageable and the information understandable by merging thirty-two lists of settlers into one database. M4239 - $35.00 Connecticut's Pennsylvania "Colony": Susquehanna Company Proprietors, Settlers and Claimants, Vol. 3 The Claimants. Donna Bingham Munger. 2007, 8½x11, paper, alpha., 188 pp. Presents proprietors and settlers who claimed and received Pa. title to their tracts. Includes names of those who drew lots in the certified townships and chain of title to the claimant. M4247 - $35.00 To Serve Well and Faithfully: Labor And Indentured Servants In Pennsylvania, 16821800. Sharon V. Salinger. (1987), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 206 pp. Thousands crossed the Atlantic to labor as bound workers in the Quaker colony. What became of them after they had served their time? S1666 - $20.00 Old Westmoreland: A History of Western Pennsylvania during the Revolution. Edgar W. Hassler. (1900), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 206 pp. This history of the Fort Pitt area focuses on the crucial time, 1775 to 1783, when the pioneers of this region suffered great hardships due to weather, Indians, and the British. H1027 - $22.50 Names of Persons Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania 17761794. John B. Linn and Wm. H. Egle, M. D., eds. (1890), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 118 pp. This list was taken from The Pennsylvania Archives, Volume 3. Occupation, residence or country of origin is sometimes given. L0306 $15.50

The Reading Militia in the Great War. J. Bennett Nolan. Deals with the historyies of Company I (later known as Company D, 150th Machine Gun Battalion, Forty-second Division, AEF) and Company A (later known as Company B, 108th Machine Gun Battalion, Twenty-eighth Division, AEF). A majority of the soldiers in these units were from Reading, Pennsylvania. N3127 History of That Part of the Susquehanna and Juniata Valleys, Embraced in the Counties of Mifflin, Juniata, Perry, Union and Snyder, in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Everts, Peck and Richards. (1886), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 3 vols., 1618 pp. Here is an exhaustive study of central Pennsylvania, beginning with over 400 pages of general history. The rest of the work is make up of large sections devoted to each county. These sections usually give an overview of the civil history, with lists of members of the bench and bar, medical profession, societies, churches, educational institutions and agricultural granges. Highly detailed chapters for each township contain comprehensive biographical sketches and miscellaneous information: places of local interest, property descriptions and anecdotes. E0441 - $112.50 Immigration of the Irish Quakers into Pennsylvania: 1682-1750. Albert Cook Myers. (1902), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 504 pp. This history follows the Irish Quakers from their origins in Ireland to their settlement in Pennsylvania. Counties involved include: Bucks, Montgomery, Delaware, Chester, Lancaster, and York, Pa.; New Castle Co., Del.; and Cecil Co., Md. M1021 $37.50 The Histories of the Pennsylvania and Central Pennsylvania Conferences of the Evangelical United Brethren Church. Charles R. Miller and William L. Raker. 1968, 6x9, cloth, illistrated, index, 660 pp. The merger of the Pennsylvania Conference and the Central Pennsylvania Conference occured on January 1, 1965. With the merger it was determined to simultaneously publish the histories of both Conferences in a single volume. It includes highlights from the Pennsylvania Conference minutes, church histories, ministerial personnel, and charges. M4818 - $25.00

Early Pennsylvania Land Records Minutes of the Board of Property of the Province of Pennsylvania. William Henry Egle. (1893), reprint, paper, index, 2 vols., 788 pp. Covers 1687-1732. For each property the board assessed, a history of the tract is given, providing a considerable amount of genealogical information about the family. E2279 - $62.50

The Indian Wars of Pennsylvania: An Account of the Indian Events, in Pennsylvania, of the French & Indian War, Pontiac's War, Lord Dunmore's War, the Revolutionary War and the Indian Uprisings from 1789 to 1795. C. Hale Sipe. (1929, 2005), 2010 5½x8½, paper, indices, 826 pp. This work is a comprehensive historical overview of Pennsylvania history (17551795). S1492 - $63.00

Register of Marriages and Baptisms performed by Rev. John Cut ertson, 1751-1791. S. Helen Fields. (1934), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 326 pp. 600 marriages and over 1800 baptisms performed mainly in Penn. F1998 - $27.50 Notes on the Settlement and Indian Wars of the Western Parts of Virginia and Pennsylvania from 1763 to 1783. Rev. Dr. Joseph Doddridge. (1912), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 320 pp. A wealth of first-hand information on the settlement of this area. D0127 - $26.00

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State of the Accounts of the County Lieutenants During the War of the Revolution, 1777-1789, Volume One, Part A. William H. Egle. (1896), reprint, paper, 387 pp. These accounts give the names of individuals owing money to the State of Pennsylvania, the amount paid. Originally one volume, Egle's State of the Accounts has been split into two, each to be published separately by Heritage Books, Inc. This is the first volume which includes A Brief View of the Treasury of Pennsylvania, 1775-1781, and State of the Accounts of the Treasury of Pennsylvania, 17821785. E0157 - $30.00 Selected Final Pension Payment Vouchers 18181864: Pennsylvania. Kathryn McPherson Gunning. (2003), 2008, 6x9, paper, 2 vols., 794 pp. Reflects payments made by the Philadelphia and Pittsburgh pension offices to veterans (chiefly of the Revolution but also of the War of 1812 and wars in Florida and Mexico), their widows, or their surviving children. Abstracts includes dates of death, remarriages of widows, identities of survivors, and residence. G0885 - $68.00 Record of Pennsylvania Volunteers in the Spanish-American War, 1898. Thomas J. Stewart. (1901), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 948 pp. Originally published by the Adjutant General's Office of Pennsylvania. This is a list of all soldiers and sailors from the state who served in the war. Entry includes the name, residence, date of enrollment, rank, promotions, date of death or discharge, and unit histories. S0734 - $60.00 Abstracts of South Central Pennsylvania Newspapers. F. Edward Wright. 5½x8½, paper, index. From the Carlisle Gazette & York Advertiser (& its successor, the York Recorder); with issues from Franklin & Adams County newspapers when available. Property sales; estate administrations; runaways; slaves, apprentices, horses & wives; marriages & deaths; persons with letters at the post office; fires, robberies, parades, missing horses, etc. All local names & events abstracted. Volume 1, 1785-1790. (1988), 2007, 177 pp. W0093 - $18.00 Volume 2, 1791-1795. Martha Reamy. (1988), 2007, 190 pp. R0121 - $17.00 Volume 3, 1796-1800. (1988), 2007, 190 pp. W0122 - $16.00 Early Families of Lancaster, Lebanon and Dauphin Counties, Pennsylvania. Keith A. Dull. (1997), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 164 pp. Families traced from early 1700s into mid1800s: Biehlmajer, Ehrhardt, Friesner, Fuesser, Griffith, Grimm, Horauff/Harruff, Haushalter, Hess, Houtz, Kern, Maurer, Miller, Moser, Mueller, Neff, Schaack/Schock, Schwingel, Shope, Stein, Dester/Tester, Weidman. D0420 - $18.00 Gentleman Trooper: How John C. Groome Shaped America's First State Police Force. Harry G. Toland. 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. T4340 - $16.00

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Annals of Buffalo Valley, Pennsylvania. John Blair Linn. (1877), 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 640 pp. Residents, taxpayers, marriages and deaths on a year by year basis. Describes settlement and development of the area, and includes numerous excerpts from early diaries and journals. Appendices list officials at the state and local level; deaths beginning in 1826; a military roster for 1861-1865; and Civil War soldiers buried in Union County cemeteries. L0206 - $45.00 The Blue Mountain Legion: A History of the Hamburg Unit of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard. Craig A Kleinsmith. (2005), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 316 pp. Comprehensive history of the Hamburg unit of the Pennsylvania Army National Guard, presented in chronological order, covers 1755-1989. Includes transcripts of original records and muster rolls. K3282 - $32.00 Abstracts of Adams County, Pennsylvania Wills 1800-1826. Kevin Greenholt. (1988), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 76 pp. Heirs, relationships, executors, witnesses, dates wills were written and probated, etc. G0061 - $13.50 The Unwritten History of Braddock's Field (Pennsylvania). George H. Lamb. (1917), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 342 pp. Known simply as Braddock, this little town just outside of Pittsburgh has been the scene of many historic events. It was the site of General Edward Braddock's famous defeat by the British in 1755, at the beginning of the French and Indian War. Thirty-nine years later, several thousand grain distillers and their sympathizers gathered at Braddock's Field to protest the tax on whiskey, in what became known as the Whiskey Rebellion, which was quelled when President Washington called up 15,000 troops to march toward the town. L1237 - $26.50 The Boys of Braddock: The Genealogy of a Town that Changed Industrial History. Quentin R. Skrabec, Jr., Ph. D. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 240 pp. The great steel-making town of Braddock, Pennsylvania, traces its history to the bloody defeat of General Edward Braddock in the French and Indian War. Braddock was hometown to some of America's greatest steel manufacturing industrialists. Other "wars" then would be fought on Braddock's Field: wars of egos and ideals, labor wars, and contests of manufacturing prowess between behemoth blast furnaces. A captivating rags-to-riches story, woven together from a little history, a little metallurgy, and a little industrial management. S2516 - $26.00 Seekers from Europe to California: from material collected by Virginia D. Wright Parry. Suzanne Parry Lamborn. 2001, 8½x11, paper, 194 pp. Quaker records and genealogies of families from Europe to Pennsylvania and beyond. Families: Allison, Asper, Baldwin, Blackburn, Brown, Cadwallader, Cleaver, Cook, Davis, Farquhar, Garretson, Griest, Griffith, Harris, Hussey, Hutton, Jones, Kirk, McMillan, Miller, Penrose, Thomas, Tyson, Underwood, Wierman and Wilson. L3635 - $20.00 Biographical Review of Pittsburg[h], Pennsylvania and the vicinity: Containing the Life Sketches of Leading Citizens. Biographical Review Publishing Company. (1897), 2002, 6x9, 547 pp. B0814 - $40.00

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Susquehanna Squire: The Story of William Lloyd. Dufour Woolfley. 2005, 6x9, paper, index, 188 pp. Romantic hero or scoundrel? William Ambrose Lloyd (1772-1848) was a colorful, early nineteenth century entrepreneur who came to America from England at middle age and quickly advanced himself financially and socially through industry, imagination, and force of personality. W3593 - $28.00

Allegheny

History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, Including its Early Settlement and Progress to the Present Time. A. Warner and Co. (1889), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index 4 vols., 1548 pp. The early settlement and evolution of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, to the year of 1889. The history gives the reader a feel for Western Pennsylvania during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Towns, villages, and cities such as Pittsburgh and McKeesport are described. Society, economy, and important events are detailed with portraits, genealogies, and biographies of some of its prominent men and representative citizens. W0062 - $95.00 The Historical and Other Relations of Pittsburgh and the Virginias. William A. MacCorkle, LL.D. (1916), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 32 pp. Mr. MacCorkle's eloquent address touches on the French occupation of the Ohio Valley and the incidents following the defeat at Fort Necessity; the Dunmore War; the Quebec Act of 1774; the treaty with the Indians at Fort Dunmore in 1775 and much more... M4270 - $10.50 Will Abstracts of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania: Will Books I through V, 17891844. Helen L. Harriss and Elizabeth J. Wall. 1986, 8½x11, paper, 255 pp. Working from the original dockets, the compilers abstracted all pertinent information from each will in the first five will books. H4360 - $25.00 Marriage Records of Squire Isaac and Joseph F. Mayes [Allegheny Co. Pennsylvania]: October, 1811 to June, 1844 and May, 1862 to February, 1887. Helen L. Harriss, Elizabeth J. Wall, Betty Treat Petrich. 1978, 8½x11, paper, 258 pp. Prior to 1885, many thousands of couples from West Virginia, Ohio, and other states eloped to Pennsylvania, eager to be wed in a state which did not require a marriage license. West Alexander, a small village just inside the western Pennsylvania line soon gained a reputation as a "Gretna Green." The local Justices of the Peace became famous as "Marring Squires." Contains over 3600 of their marriages. H4361 - $25.00

Bedford

Indian Eve and Her Descendants: An Indian Story of Bedford County, Pennsylvania. Emma A. M. Replogle. (1911), 2001, cloth, photos, 128 pp. An early history of some of the families that settled in Bedford County. 0846s - $15.00 Bedford County 1779 Tax List and 1784 Census. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 98 pp. Lists of the following persons that were taxed: house or land holders, inmates, freemen, and nonresidents. Listings were taken exactly as written in the published Third Series of Pennsylvania Archives. X0151 - $15.00

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Extracts from the Bedford Gazette, Bedford County, Pennsylvania, Sept. 1832 - Sept. 1836. Caryl A. Mitchell. (1998), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 156 pp. M0474 - $15.00

2011

Bucks County, Pennsylvania Deed Records, 1684-1763. John David Davis. (1997), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 528 pp. Ten deed books are abstracted in this volume. Entries are listed chronologically and an index of full names is included. D0779 - $42.00 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Miscellaneous Deed Dockets, 1785-1857. Thomas G. Myers. (2004), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 446 pp. Abstracts of transactions recorded in Miscellaneous Docket Volumes 1-12. Each entry contains a summary of the transaction, the volume and page where recorded and the date of the transaction (which may differ from the date the transaction was recorded). M0935 - $36.50 Bucks County, Pennsylvania Miscellaneous Deed Dockets 1857-1900. Thomas G. Myers. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index 538 pp. Include: powers of attorney, releases of executors and administrators, releases of guardians, dower releases, assignments of property, bills of sale, marriage certificates, pre-nuptial agreements and articles of marriage separation. M4106 - $39.50 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Miscellaneous Deeds 1687-1910. Thomas G. Myers. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 426 pp. Abstracts of miscellaneous transactions (mixed in with real estate transfers recorded in the regular Docket series) containing genealogical info: dower releases, powers of attorney, releases of executors and administrators, releases of guardians and assignments of property. M4555 - $35.00 Bucks County, Pennsylvania Orphans' Court Records. Thomas G. Myers. 5½x8½, paper, surname index. Entries contain file number, name of decedent, place of residence or death, date of death and occupation when given, dates of court petitions, etc. 1685-1852. (1999, 2000), 2010 654 pp. M0042 $44.00 1852-1900. (2002), 2006, 556 pp. M0765 - $40.00 1930 Census Index: Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Thomas G. Myers. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 429 pp. Names over 34,000 individuals. A typical entry consists of the name of the person, volume, district, page & line number. M0813 - $32.50

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Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Will Abstracts. Thomas G. Myers. 5½x8½, paper, surname index. Name of decedent, place of residence at the time the will was written, date the will was written, occupation if given, names and relationships of those mentioned in the will, names of executors and witnesses, and the date the will was probated. 1825-1870. Thomas G. Myers. (2000), 2007, 560 pp. M0574 - $38.00 1870-1900. (2002), 2008, 722 pp. M0799 - $50.00

Berks

Early Families of Berks, Bucks and Montgomery Counties, Pennsylvania. Keith A. Dull. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 158 pp. The following families are traced from early 1700s into mid-1800s: Baehli, Theil Bohn/Dilbone, Doll/Dull, Engel, Geri, Griesemer, Heilmann/Hahlman, Boeb, Herb/Harp, Herring, Hillegas, Kiggins, Pickel, Scharfenstein, Schuch, Stophlet, Wartenbe. D0419 - $17.50 Abstracts of Berks County [Pennsylvania] Wills. Based on the work of Jacob Martin and John P. Smith. 5½x8½, paper, index. Contains the names of persons mentioned in the original will, witnesses, dates when written and proven, executors, guardians, trustees, and references to land and other property. 1752-1785. (1993), 2007, 232 pp. M0079 - $19.00 1785-1800, (1996), 2007, 242 pp. M0327 - $21.50 1800-1825. (1996), 2007, 394 pp. M0334 - $32.50

Cambria

History Of The Johnstown Flood [Pennsylvania]: Including All The Fearful Record; The Breaking of The South Fork Dam; The Sweeping Out Of The Conemaugh Valley; The Overthrow Of Johnstown; The Massing Of The Wreck At The Railroad Bridge; Escapes, Rescues, Searches For Survivors And The Dead; Relief Organization, Stupendous Charities, Etc., Etc., With Full Accounts Also Of The Destruction On The Susquehanna And Juniata Rivers, And The Bald Eagle Creek. Willis Fletcher Johnson. (1889), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 473 pp. Eeyewitness accounts by flood survivors g - tales of the enormous wall of water, the rushing whirlpool of debris, the fire at the stone bridge, acts of extraordinary valor, relief efforts, and more. Hundreds of names in this historical narrative. J1715 - $35.00 Cambria County Pioneers: A Collection of Brief Biographical and Other Sketches Relating to the Early History of Cambria County, Pennsylvania. James M. Swank. (1910), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 146 pp. Biographical sketches of prominent men make up the larger part of the book. S0890 - $18.00

"Beyond the Blue Mountain": Bartholomew Pastoral Records. Carolyn Zimmerman Johns. (2001), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 214 pp. Rev. Bartholomew was a minister in the German Reformed Church from May 1861 until Aug. 1894. This book was compiled from his pastoral records and contains records of 1,968 births and baptisms, 1,191 marriages, and 1,360 funerals. He served in nine churches located in Carbon and Lehigh counties, Pennsylvania. J1892 - $29.00

Tax List of Berks County [Pennsylvania] of 1767. Pennsylvania Archives. (1989), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 88 pp. Includes counties of Schuylkill, Northumberland (most), Montour, Columbia (part), Lycoming (part), Clinton (part). X0129 - $12.00

Centre

History of Centre and Clinton Counties, Pennsylvania. John Blair Linn. (1883), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 807 pp. Contains the history of Centre and Clinton Counties in Pennsylvania from the beginning of the counties to 1883. L2039 - $69.00

Bucks

Bucks County, Pennsylvania Church Records of the 17th and 18TH Centuries, Volume 2: Quaker records: Falls and Middletown Monthly Meetings. Anna Miller Watring and F. Edward Wright. (1994, 1998), 2003, 5½x8½, paper, index, 395 pp. Includes marriages, births & deaths; certificates of removal, breeches of discipline, registers, and minutes. W0270 - $34.00 Abstracts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania Land Records, 1684-1723. Charlotte D. Meldrum. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 162 pp. Names of owners, adjoining property owners, heirs, wives, etc. giving relationships of heirs; gives history of the land back to the original patent. M0393 - $18.00 Abstracts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Land Records, 1711-1749. June D. Brown. (1998), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 232 pp. Deeds, leases, releases, mortgages, agreements and declarations of trust from one of Pennsylvania's original counties. Includes references to all persons found in the land records In original page order; includes index. B9023 - $23.00

Chester

History of Chester County, Pennsylvania, with Genealogical and Biographical Sketches. J. Smith Futhey and Gilbert Cope. (1881), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols. Plus CD, 1082 pp. A general history of the county with over three hundred pages of brief genealogical and biographical sketches of residents. F0206 $107.00 First Families of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Volume 1. John Pitts Launey. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 196 pp. Families covered include: Allen, Baldwin, Bonsall, Green, Hibberd, Marshall, Mendenhall, Newlin, Palmer, Pyle, Roman, Sharpless, Townsend, Trimble and Vernon. L0015 - $19.50

Records of the Courts of Quarter Sessions and Common Pleas of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 1684-1700. (1943), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, index, 448 pp. Transcriptions of original records in a volume of the Courts of Quarter Sessions and Common Pleas. X0475 - $36.00 Abstracts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Wills. F. Edward Wright. 5½x8½, paper, index. Gives names of persons mentioned in wills, decedent, heirs, trustees, guardians, witnesses, executors, debtors, relatives and references to property being devised. 1685-1785. (1995), 2007, 190 pp. W0372 - $19.50 1785-1825. (1998), 2007, 346 pp. X0158 - $28.00

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Abstracts of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Land Records: Volume 1, 1681-1730. Carol Bryant. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 272 pp. Deeds, mortgages, bonds, leases/releases, and land patented in 1681 (recorded as deeds in 1688). Recorded dates begin in 1688 with apparent gaps in 1714 (only 2 entries) and 1715. Clues to relationships and British origins. B0442 - $23.50 Volume 2: 1729-1745. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 226 pp. B9008 - $20.00 Volume 3: 1745-1753. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. B0449 - $21.50 Volume 4: 1753-1758. (1998, 1999, 2003), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 211 pp. B9026 - $23.00 Volume 5: 1758-1765. (1998), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 378 pp. B0033 - $30.50 Early Church Records of Chester County, Pennsylvania. Volume 2. Charlotte Meldrum and Martha Reamy. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 234 pp. Marriages, births, and deaths, and removal certificates of Uwchland Monthly Meeting (1720-1800), East Vincent Reformed Congregation (baptisms only: 17331789), Goshen Monthly Meeting (1722-1800), and New Garden Monthly Meeting (1685-1800). M0159 - $23.00 Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Based on the Work of Joseph Martin. 5½x8½ paper, index. Names of testator, heirs, trustees, guardians, executors, and other persons named in the will; dates proved, etc. 1713-1748. (1993), 2007, 192 pp. M0261 - $17.50 1748-1766. (1994), 2007, 212 pp. M0363 - $18.00 1766-1778. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 166 pp. M0309 - $18.00 1778-1800. (1998), 2007, 358 pp. M0001 - $30.50 1801-1825. (1998), 2007, 526 pp. M0465 - $42.00 First Families of Chester County, Pennsylvania: Volume 2. John Pitts Launey. (2000), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. Families covered in this volume include: As ridge, Bail(e)y, Bennett, Cloud, Garrett, Gilpin, Harvey, Hollingsworth, Hoopes, Meredith, Painter, Peirce, Way, Woodward, and Yarnall. Information on early churches and meeting places is also provided. L0581 - $23.00 Tax List of Chester County, Pennsylvania 1768. F. Edward Wright. (1989), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 137 pp. Includes present-day Delaware County. Lists persons taxed, i. e., householders or landholders and tenants; residents in the household of another who worked for the landowner and other related information. W0130 - $15.00

2011

Marriages and Deaths of Cumberland County, [Pennsylvania], 1821-1830. F. Edward Wright. (1991), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 158 pp. Taken from newspapers and church records held by the Library of Congress and the Cumberland County Historical Society. W0186 - $18.00 Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18TH Century. F. Edward Wright. (1994), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 182 pp. Existing church records: Presbyterian; Lutheran; German Reformed; a few Episcopal; pastoral records of Reverends Bucher, Cut ertson and Cooper; plus other sources. W0279 - $18.00 Abstracts of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Wills 1750-1785. F. Edward Wright. (1992), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 126 pp. Names of heirs and other persons contained in will, references to land and other possessions. W0053 $15.50 Abstracts of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania Wills, 1785-1825. F. Edward Wright. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. Entries typically include the full name of the decedent, occupation, and place of residence, names of heirs and other persons contained in the will; and frequently, references to land and other possessions. W0454 - $30.00 History of the Big Spring Presbyterian Church, Newville, Pennsylvania, 1737-1898. Gilbert E. Swope. (1898), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 230 pp. A set of baptism, marriage and church membership lists of one of the oldest churches in "Old" Cumberland County, Pennsylvania - an absolute must for research on the Scots-Irish in that area. S0530 - $19.50

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Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Volume 1. John Pitts Launey. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 318 pp. Chiefly the Quaker records of Chester Monthly Meeting of the southern part of the county. Includes registers of marriages, births and deaths, certificates, minutes, acknowledgments, and disownments. L0424 - $26.00 Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2. John Pitts Launey. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 378 pp. Records from Concord Monthly Meeting, Forks of Brandywine Presbyterian Church, Brandywine Baptist Church, and Middletown Graveyard. L0439 - $30.50 Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Volume 3: The Welsh Tract. John Pitts Launey. (1997), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 336 pp. This volume contains records from the Radnor-Haverford-Merion Monthly Meeting and the Darby Monthly Meeting, with births and baptisms from the St. David's Protestant Episcopal Church. L0440 - $26.00 History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, From the Discovery of the Territory Included Within its Limits to the Present Time. George Smith. (1862), 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 583 pp. A history of the county through the Revolutionary War. Many people are named in text, plus a long chapter of biographies with useful lists including tithables of 1677, taxables of 1722, and an enumeration by towns of those who suffered at the hands of the British. S0466 - $54.00 Wills of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, 17891835. Robert G. Swift. (1998), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, index, 254 pp. Names of heirs and other persons contained in the will, references to land and other possessions. S0464 - $22.50

United States Direct Tax of 1798 - Tax Lists for Cumberland County, Pennsylvania . Wilbur J. McElwain. (1994), 2010, 8½x11, paper, indices, 244 pp. Tax lists for the area of presentday Cumberland Co., Penn. Over 2,000 properties are listed. M0118 - $38.00 Index to Associators and Militia of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania An Index to Pennsylvania Archives, Fifth Series, Volume VI. Jane Dickens. 1998, 5½x8½, paper, 118 pp. An index to various muster rolls. D0480 - $11.00

Erie

Gazetteer and Business Directory of Erie County, Pennsylvania, 1873-1874. Hamilton Child. (1873) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 359 pp. Amity, Concord, Conneaut, Corry City, Elk Creek, Erie City, Fairview, Franklin, Girard, Greene, Greenfield, Harbor Creek, Le Boeuf, McKean, Mill Creek, North East, Springfield, Summit, Union, Venango, Washington, Waterford, and Wayne. C2083 - $32.00

Delaware

A History of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, and Its People . John W. Jordan, LL.D. (1914), , index, 2 vols., 1377 pp. The first half of this work is a comprehensive narrative history of the county from its colonization up to the early twentieth century. Including: accounts of the establishment of all the townships, boroughs and historic landmarks in the region; churches; schools, public and private; lists of judges and lawyers; lists of physicians; newspapers and their publishers; members of Congress, county officials; and lists of participants from the county in the Civil and Spanish-American wars. The second half comprises the Family and Personal History section with close to 600 pages of genealogical information on native families, much of which was confirmed by members of the families themselves before the book went to print. J0046 - $79.50

Cumberland

History of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. P. A. Durand and J. Fraise Richard. (1886), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 606 pp. Excerpted from a book which originally included a history of Pennsylvania and Adams Co., this section stands alone as the history of the county from the earliest pioneers. Recounts the organization of the townships and boroughs, chapters on the courts, the military, physicians, churches and schools in the county. Of special interest to genealogists: biographical sketches, tax lists, and early landowners. D0396 - $44.00

The History of Erie County, Pennsylvania From its First Settlement. Laura G. Sanford. (1894, 1991), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 502 pp. S0511 - $39.00

Fayette

Early Families of Somerset and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania. Keith A. Dull. (1996), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 126 pp. A compilation of genealogies for the families of Doll, Boudemont, Schlater, Lohr, Kessler, Schwingell, Shultz, Boyd, Glatfelter, Engle, Weimer, and others. 1585493244 D0324 - $16.00 Genealogical and Personal History of Fayette County, Pennsylvania. John W. Jordan, LL. D., and James Hadden. (1912), 2007, 5½x8½, paperm index, 2 vols., 939 pp. More than 500 genealogical sketches trace the regions leaders from the 17th to the 20th century. J0488 - $78.50

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Franklin

Mary Eliza Easton Diary, Loudon, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. Diane E Greene, AG. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 136 pp. Mary Eliza Easton (1851-1908) as a native of Fort Loudoun. Her diary preserves many details of daily life; weather conditions, the cost of every merchandise, the price of produce. The author transcribed Miss Easton's diary for its historical content regarding the Path Valley. G0944 - $19.50 Records of the Congregation of Trinity Reformed/United Church of Christ, Waynesboro, Franklin County, Pennsylvania 1828-2003. Patricia A. Fogle. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, 176 pp. Marriage, birth, and death records presented chronologically with a full name index. Includes a list of pastors of the Waynesboro Congregation from 1818-2003. F2539 - $22.00 Biographical Annals of Franklin County, Pennsylvania. (1905), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols., 1026 pp. Genealogical Records of Representative Families, Including Many of the Early Settlers, and Biographical Sketches of Prominent Citizens. X0216 - $58.00

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Cemetery Records of Martic Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Jenne Renkin. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 142 pp. Contains abstracts from the tombstones of the following cemeteries: Muddy Run Presb. Rawlinsville, Marticville Meth., Mt. Nebo Presb., Mt. Nebo Meth., Flory Mill Family, Bethesda Meth., Rawlinsville Meth., Rawlinsville Mennonite, Clearfield Methodist., Colemanville Methodist. R0448 - $17.00 A Record of the Officers, Enlisted Men and Nurses of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, in the World War, 1917-1918. (1932), 2001, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 297 pp. X0739 - $22.00 Revolutionary Patriots of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania. Henry C. Peden, Jr. (1998), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 342 pp. Each entry gives rank, company, battalion, dates and places of service, and any other notes contained in the muster rolls. In some cases, places of residence and dates of death are indicated. P0497 - $27.00 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Wills. 5½x8½, paper, index. These wills were abstracted under the auspices of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania in the early 1900s. Every name mentioned in the original will is abstracted. A full name index adds to the value of this work. 1732-1785. (1995), 2006, 332 pp. X0496 - $28.00 1786-1820. (1995), 2008, 342 pp. X0320 - $27.50 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Land Records, 1729-1750, and Land Warrants, 1710-1742. Marsha Martin. (1998), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 204 pp. Names of owners, adjoining property owners, heirs, wives, etc., giving relationships of heirs; history of the land back to the original patent. M0163 - $20.50

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Marriage and Death Notices Transcribed From the Pages of the Lebanon Valley Standard. Robert A. Heilman. (1995), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 298 pp. Founded in 1871, the Lebanon Valley Standard was a weekly newspaper that covered events in Berks, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Schuylkill Counties, Pennsylvania, until its shut-down in 1879. This book is a compilation of marriage and death notices, arranged in chronological order, from 1871 to 1879. Reported marriages and deaths took place in the above-listed counties; occasionally, marriages and deaths of former residents were also reported, from as far away as Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, and Ohio. This book makes an exceptionally good reference, because it catalogs marriages and deaths prior to 1885, the year that Pennsylvania began keeping official records. Over 1,500 marriage notices and more than 1,700 death notices are contained in these pages. Notices are transcribed "as is" from their original publication, and an every name index provides easy access to the more than 6,000 names herein. H0181 - $28.00 Lehigh Records of Egypt Reformed Church, Lehigh County, Pennsylvania 1734-1834. Charles R. Roberts. (1905, 1995), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 178 pp. Translated by Charles R. Roberts with notes. Harrisonburg, Pennsylvania (1905). Another direct reprint from the Pennsylvania Archives and another first every name index! R0532 - $20.00 Luzerne

Index of Part II Biographical Sketches from the History of Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Donald L. Winans. (1996), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 358 pp. An every-name index of persons mention in the Biographical Sketches, when mentioned, the year of birth, year of death, and the names of the parents. W0344 - $29.50

Lancaster

Biographical History of Lancaster County (Pennsylvania): Being a History of Early Settlers and Eminent Men of the County. Alex Harris. (1872), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, 640 pp. Contains hundreds of biographical sketches of men who lived in Lancaster County from its early settlement down to about 1870. H3245 - $39.50 History of Lancaster County, to which is Prefixed a Brief Sketch of the Early History of Pennsylvania. I. Daniel Rupp. (1844), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 580 pp. This book covers the earliest settlement in the region (including Delaware Bay and River); period prior to 1729 when Lancaster County was formed; and from then to the early 1800s. Contains a new fullname index. R0295 - $41.00 Marriages and Deaths in the Newspapers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1821-1830. F. Edward Wright. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. From issues held by the Lancaster County Historical Society & the Library of Congress. Entries of different newspapers sometimes conflicted as to ages, dates, spelling of names etc. Disparities are noted. W0131 - $20.00 Marriages and Deaths in the Newspapers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1831-1840. F. Edward Wright. (1988), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 188 pp. From issues held by the Lancaster County Historical Society and the Library of Congress. Entries of different newspapers sometimes conflicted as to ages, dates, spelling of names etc. Disparities are noted. W0120 - $17.00 Baptismal and Marriage Records. Rev. John Waldschmidt, Cocalico, Moden Krick, Weisseichen Land and Seltenrich. Gemeinde. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1752-1786. Luther R. Kelker. (1906), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. A treasure chest of early records. K0531 - $18.00

Lebanon

Lebanon County, Pennsylvania, United States Direct Tax of 1798for the Bethel Township, East Hanover Township, Heidelberg Township, Lebanon Township, Londonderry Township. Gladys Bucher Sowers. (2004), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 190 pp. Provides a snapshot of every 1798 land and property owner in the five townships which now comprise Lebanon County. Information on family homesteads, surrounding buildings, acreage owned, and the value of the property are included. S0821 - $28.00

Lycoming

History of Lycoming County, Pennsylvania, 1892. John F. Meginness. (1892), 2008, 5½x8½, cloth, index, 1490 pp. Beginning with the region's "Aboriginal Occupation" (dating back into the early 17th century), the text chronicles the settlement and development of the county through the book's first publication in 1892. The last ten chapters--more than 500 pages--contain biographical sketches of prominent residents; surnames include Allen, Artley, Bailey, Baker, Bastian, Bennett, Crawford, Fague, Gamble, Hall, Harris, Hay(e)s, Hill, King, Lundy, Marshall, Metzger, Miller, Reed, Smith, Thomas, Weaver, Wilson and many others. M0428 - $166.00

Marriages Reported by Der Libanon Demokrat: A German-Language Newspaper Published at Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Robert A. Heilman. (1990), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 128 pp. English-language abstracts of marriage notices from this weekly German-language newspaper, 1832- 1854. Covers Lebanon, Berks, Lancaster, Dauphin and Schuylkill counties. More than 1,000 marriages involving about 2,500 people. H0361 - $18.50

Montgomery

Historical Collections Relating To Gwynedd: A Township of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania. Howard M. Jenkins. (1884), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 430 pp. Genealogical chapters are devoted to the families of: Evans, Roberts, and Foulke. Other early families are covered by brief sketches and include: Morgan, Cleaver, Jones-Lewis, Spencer, Jenkins, Hoxworth, Castner, Roberts, and Jones. J1739 $34.50

Deaths Reported by Der Libanon Demokrat, a German Language Newspaper Published at Lebanon, Pennsylvania, 1832-1864. Robert A. Heilman. (1990), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 134 pp. There about 1,000 death notices naming about 1,400 people primarily in Lebanon, Berks, Lancaster, Dauphin and Schuylkill counties. H0410 - $18.00

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Abstracts of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Wills 1784-1823. Ellwood Roberts. (1998), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 440 pp. Names of testator, heirs, trustees, guardians, executors and other persons named in the will; dates will was written and proved. R0455 - $35.50 Marriages and Deaths of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1685-1800. Charlotte Meldrum. (1999), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 242 pp. Records kept by churches in Montgomery County, Pa. beginning in 1685; includes Quaker, Lutheran, Presbyterian, and Reformed church records. M0065 - $21.50 A Monograph of the New Goschenhoppen and Great Swamp Reformed Charge, 1731-1881. C. Z. Weiser, D. D. (1882), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. Goschenhoppen, in the Perkiomen Valley of Pennsylvania, includes borough of East Greenville and villages of Green Lane, Sumneytown, Red Hill, and Pennsburg. Names of pastors, members, and others. W0384 - $22.00

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York

Index to the Probate Inventories of York County, Pennsylvania, 1749-1850. David A. Paup and Brenda L. Paup. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, 168 pp. Entries are arranged alphabetically by surname of the deceased followed by date taken, and township. Some entries contain miscellaneous information such as spelling variations of the surname, occupation, name of spouse, or other items of interest. P0239 - $17.00

Potter

Potter County, Pennsylvania Potpourri. Maureen M. Lee. 5½x8½, paper, surname index. A four volume series is planned, each covering five years, comprise this vast collection of selected articles from The Potter Enterprise of Coudersport, Pennsylvania from 1880 to 1899. Includes births, marriages and divorces, deaths, crimes and court minutes, disasters, etc. These are not simply newspaper abstracts, but entire articles selected for their genealogical and historical value. Chronological. Volume 1, The Years 1880-1884. Maureen M. Lee. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 500 pp. L4103 $39.50 Township Tidings, from Potter County, Pennsylvania. Maureen M. Lee. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index. Contains selected neig orly articles from The Potter Enterprise of Coudersport, Pennsylvania: who's moving in/out or visiting, those taken ill, local business, church activities, etc. Volume 1, 1880-1884. 2007, index, 304 pp. L4104 - $25.50

Abstracts of York County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 1749-1819. F. Edward Wright. (1995, 2005), 2010 5½x8½, paper, index, 414 pp. Gives names of persons mentioned in wills, decedent, heirs, trustees, guardians, witnesses, executors, debtors, relatives, references to property being devised, and dates will was written and proved. W0387 - $32.00 Early Families of York County, Pennsylvania, Volume 1. Keith A. Dull. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 156 pp. The following families are traced: Baehli, Bahn, Biehlmajer, Bortner, Dubbs, Gaertner, Gans, Gerberich, Hoffman, Keller, Kleinfelter, Kramer, Kunckel, Lanius, Lightfoot, Miller, Ruhl, Schenck, Scherer, Schmidt, Schultz, Seitz, Shaffer, Sprenckel. D0062 - $18.00 Early Families of York County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2. Keith A. Dull. (1995), 2006, 6x9, paper, index, 160 pp. The following families are traced from early 1700s into mid-1800s: Arechtler, Bieri, Diehl, Ehrhardt, Friesner, Grimm, Hamann, Hildebrand, Keller, Kroeller, Kull, Oechner, Ragg, Schaffer, Schonhaler, Seitz, Simon, Stabler, Swartz, Welk D0312 - $18.00 Early German Settlers of York County, Pennsylvania. Revised Edition. Keith A. Dull. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 412 pp. Lineages of German families in Codorus, Dover, Manchester and Shrewsbury. D0160 $32.00 Marriages and Deaths from the York Recorder, 1821-1830. F. Edward Wright. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 90 pp. Notices of death and marriages which occurred in York and surrounding Maryland and Penn. counties. Taken from extant copies at the Library of Congress. W0007 - $13.50 History of the Kreutz Creek Charge of the Reformed Church. Walter E Garrett. (1924), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 286 pp. Detailed history beginning in 1729; covers Reformed and Lutheran churches and their ministers. Contains tombstones from Kreutz Creek and Canadochly cemeteries in York Co. G1755 - $25.00 100 Years at Warrington: York County, Pennsylvania, Quaker Marriages, Removals, Births and Deaths. Margaret B. Walmer. (1989), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 334 pp. This important work contains: abstracts of the marriage records of Warrington Monthly Meeting for 1748 to 1854, including the names of all witnesses who signed the certificates; abstracts of the Certificates of Removal issued or received by York Monthly Meeting for 1787 to 1857; and a consolidated list of births and deaths from the records of Warrington (1745 to 18--) and Menallen (1775 to 1857) Monthly Meetings. W0269 - $29.00

Philadelphia

Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, Land Records 1706-1713. Mary M. Brewer. (2000), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 172 pp. From Philadelphia City Hall Deed Book E3. B0594 $18.00 Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills. F. Edward Wright.5½x8½, paper, index. Every name mentioned in the will is abstracted, land tract names, residence and occupation of the deceased when given. 1682-1726. (1995), 2007, 304 pp. W0302 - $26.50 1726-1747. (1995), 2005, 302 pp. W0311 - $27.00 1748-1763. (1997), 2007, 290 pp. W0057 - $25.50 1763-1784. 1998, 326 pp. W0456 - $25.50 1777-1790. (1998), 2007, 302 pp. W0458 - $26.00 1790-1802. (1998), 2007, 388 pp. W0459 - $31.00 1802-1809. (1998), 2007, 284 pp. W0460 - $24.00 1810-1815. (1998), 2007, 236 pp. W0461 - $18.50 1815-1819. (1998), 2007, 222 pp. W0462 - $17.50 1820-1825. 1998, 296 pp. W0463 - $23.00 United States Direct Tax 1798: Tax Lists for the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: Upper Delaware, Lower Delaware, High Street, Chestnut Street, Walnut and Dock wards. Wilbur J. McElwain. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 281 pp. This book is a compilation of these tax lists for six wards in the city of Philadelphia. Information in the tax lists includes the property owner and occupant, a source reference, the type of property, the size and description of the buildings and lots, the assessed value, and the tax due. M1194 - $45.00 United States Direct Tax of 1798: Tax Lists for the City of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: New Market Ward. Wilbur J. McElwain. 2000, 8½x11, paper, index, 308 pp. This book is a compilation of tax lists for New Market Ward in the City of Philadelphia. The properties are organized by street and in the order that they existed on the street, providing an overview of the social and economic characteristics of the neig orhood. Most of the original rolls for New Market Ward are lost, but various derivative lists provide the name of the owner and occupant, the assessed valuation, and the tax to be paid for every

Somerset

Early Families of Somerset and Fayette Counties, Pennsylvania. Keith A. Dull. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 126 pp. A compilation of genealogies for the families of Doll, Boudemont, Schlater, Lohr, Kessler, Schwingell, Shultz, Boyd, Glatfelter, Engle, Weimer, and others. 1585493244 D0324 - $16.00

Washington

History of Washington County, [Pennsylvania]: From its first Settlement to the Present Time. Alfred Creigh. (1870, 2001), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 584 pp. Sketches of all the townships, boroughs, and villages and a full account of the Mason and Dixon Line, the Whiskey Insurrection, Indian warfare, etc. C0677 $43.00

Wayne History of the Township of Mount Pleasant, Wayne County, Pennsylvania: A discourse delivered on Thanksgiving Day, November 22, 1855. Samuel Whaley. (1856, 2002), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 100 pp. A compact narrative that covers the history of Mount Pleasant Township from its earliest inhabitants and natural features through its early settlement by whites as well as the township's further progress and development. W2315 - $16.00 Westmoreland Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania, 1783 Census. (1990), 2002, 5½x8½, paper, index, 84 pp. Gives name of household head, number of cattle, number of tracts owned, single persons. X0173 - $12.50

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Menallen [Pennsylvania] Minutes, Marriages and Miscellany: Quaker Records, 1780-1890. Margaret B. Walmer. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 274 pp. Minutes begin in 1780; they include such topics as requests for membership and appointments. Marriage certificates are chronological and indexed as to husband, wife and parents. Burial records include graveyards at Menallen, Friends Grove, and Huntington in Adams County, and from Redlands in York County; inscriptions from the other graveyards were obtained from lists in the possession of Menallen Meeting. W0656 - $28.00 Tax List of York County, Pennsylvania 1779. F. Edward Wright. (1989), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 168 pp. Includes present-day Adams County. W0132 - $18.50

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Bristol, Rhode Island's Early Settlers. Dorothy C. Saunders. 1992. Bristol was originally considered part of Plymouth Colony, then Massachusetts, and, finally in 1746/1747, Rhode Island. The town was a major boat-building center and "became one of the most important ports in New England." "Many of these early Bristol settlers were the sons of original immigrants to Plymouth Colony in the Cape Cod area, or [of] Lynn, Ipswich, and Boston in the Massachusetts Bay Colony. Some of these families stayed in Bristol for one or more generations before their children or grandchildren moved on to Connecticut and New York State." Settlement in the mid-western states often followed. Information for this work was taken from several sources: Bristol's vital records and records from its two churches (Congregational and St. Michael's Episcopal), and from Bristol County's probate records. The families covered are those of the eighty-one settlers who attended the town's first meeting in 1681 as well as those who were the original proprietors of the Mount Hope Lands that became Bristol. Two, occasionally three, generations are covered. S3649 - $23.50 Narragansett Bay: Its Historical and Romantic Associations and Picturesque Setting. Edgar Mayhew. (1904), 1999, 5½x8½, paper, indices, 377 pp. The author collected material for this manuscript by examining old records, visiting famous landmarks and towns, and cruising among the islands. B1392 - $30.00

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From Providence to Fort Hell: Letters from Company K, 7th Rhode Island Volunteers. Robert Grandchamp. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 174 pp. Letters of six soldiers are presented exactly as written, along with historical narrative and identification of those mentioned in the text. This unvarnished view of one small group of men at war includes a roster, images, bibliographical notes, and an every name index. G3743 - $21.00

SOUTH CAROLINA

History of Old Pendleton District (South Carolina) with a Genealogy of the Leading Families. R W Simpson. (1913, 1988), 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 246 pp. This area of northwestern South Carolina encompasses the present Anderson and Pickens counties. A 70 page history of the region and hundreds of genealogical sketches. S0124 - $25.00 Genealogical Abstracts from the South Carolina Gazette, 1732-1735. Moran, Alton T. 1987. This collection of genealogical data includes all mentions of local residents beginning with the first issue of the Gazette on 8 January 1732 through 27 December 1735. The data runs the gamut from the usual marriage and death notices to all kinds of interesting tid-bits such as notices of runaway slaves, advertisements, auctions, and stolen or strayed animals. M3070 Early Pee Dee Settlers, (Two volumes in One). John M. Gregg. (1993), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 648 pp. This work is a compilation of individuals who settled in the Pee Dee region of South Carolina before 1790. It is an attempt to consolidate available biographical and genealogical information in one source. It identifies more than 5,700 of the individuals who settled or were born in this area before the first census of 1790. They are listed alphabetically along with the known dates of their residence and if known, the following information: spouse, children, origin, occupation, specific area, sources of information on the entry, Revolutionary War service, and miscellaneous information. G0912 $49.50

RHODE ISLAND

New England Family Histories and Genealogies: States of Maine and Rhode Island. Lu Verne V. Hall and Donald O. Virdin. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 169 pp. A bibliography of published genealogies of Maine and Rhode Island families arranged by surname; an essential finding aid. H1431 - $21.00 The Narragansett Historical Register. James N. Arnold, Editor. Reprint, paper, index, illus. A repository of facts. Town records, leaders, Indians, churches, poets and poetry, cemeteries, soldiers, natural history, early settlers, extracts from diaries, origin of names and words, essays, anecdotes, and genealogical sketches, notes and papers. Volume 2. (1883-4), 339 pp. A0026 - $28.50 Volume 3. (1884-5), 336 pp. A0098 - $28.50 Volume 5. (1884-5), 368 pp. A0510 - $29.50 Volume 6. (1888), 404 pp. A0511 - $32.00 Volume 7. (1889), 432 pp. A9535 - $26.00 Volume 8. (1890), 352 pp. A0536 - $29.50 Volume 9. (1891), 200 pp. A0537 - $19.50 History of Barrington, Rhode Island. Thomas Williams Bicknell. (1898) reprint, paper, index, 2 vols., 617 pp. A major history with biographical sketches. B1302 - $48.50 The Hessian Occupation of Newport and Rhode Island, 1776-1779. Walter K. Schroder. (2005), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 222 pp. Portrays the events of the Rhode Island campaign, which lasted from Dec. 8, 1776 to Oct. 25, 1779. From the occupation of Newport to the Battle of Rhode Island, troop movements, and much more are examined in detail. S4074 - $25.00

Providence: 1630-1800 -- Women Are Part Of Its History. Barbara Mills. (2002), 2009 5½x8½, paper, index, 438 pp. A true history of Providence cannot be written without acknowledging that women, as well as men, carved this new city out of the wilderness, shaped it, and gave it a permanence of which to be proud. Women--white colonists, Native Americans, indentured servants, and slaves. The women's role was so crucial from the beginning that it might be fair to say there would never have been a Providence if the men had not brought their wives and children with them when they came to this new land. M2078 - $27.95

"With their usual ardor", Scituate, Rhode Island and the American Revolution. Robert Grandchamp. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. The Scituate Militia saved Providence from capture in December 1775; helped drive the British out of Narragansett Bay in 1776, and faced the enemy in their own state in 1778. Scituate also contributed over one hundred men to the Continental Army. G4091 - $18.00 Selected Final Pension Payment Vouchers, 1818-1864: Rhode Island. Kathryn McPherson Gunning. 1999, 8½x11, paper, indices, 356 pp. Abstracted from Records of the Accounting Officers of the Department of the Treasury in Record Group 217 at the National Archives. An appendix includes vouchers for S. C. found in the R. I. boxes. G0027 - $35.50

History of Bristol, Rhode Island: The Story of the Mount Hope Lands. Wilfred H. Munro. (1881), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 410 pp. Historical narrative from visits of the Northmen to War of 1812 and more. Genealogical information is presented in the form of records from churches, lists of freemen, businessmen, selectmen and constables. M0827 - $39.00

Remember Me. The Civil War letters of Lt. George Robinson and his son, Sgt. James F. Robinson of "The Glenn", Hamburg, South Carolina 1861-1862. Richard L. Beach. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 92 pp. Remember Me is a chronicle of the early months of the Civil War told in letters by Lt. George Robinson and his son, Sgt. James F. Robinson. Original spelling and capitalization has been retained to add another dimension to the lives of these two men. Their story is private in nature as the letters were written to inform and comfort those loved ones at home concerned for their health and safety. "I'am well and so is Jim and in good spirits-excitement runs high-we have just recd our arms, fine ones." As such, these men give the modern reader not only a glimpse of history from a first-hand point of view, but also the inner thoughts of both an officer and an enlisted man in one volume. B0503 - $16.00

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The Huguenots of Colonial South Carolina. Arthur Henry Hirsch, Ph.D. (1928), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 398 pp. Although there may have been a few scattered French Huguenots who settled in South Carolina earlier, the first group to arrive came in 1669 and was the forerunner of many others. Provides some historical background to their emigration and detailed discussions of their settlements at Charleston, Santee, St. Thomas, St. Dennis, the Orange Quarter, St. John's Berkley, St. Stephen's, Purrysburg, and Hillsboro. There is an extensive discussion of their religious and political affairs, and of their role in the development of the colony. A great deal of biographical data is presented, including a chapter on prominent families, and numerous reproductions of portraits. This volume is very well documented, has an extensive bibliography, an appendix with unpublished letters and documents, and a complete index. H3099 $33.00 South Carolina 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 1. Linda L. Green. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 306 pp. Six of the census's original fortyeight columns have been transcribed here: name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. Volume One covers the districts of Abbeville, Anderson, Barnwell, Beaufort, Charleston, Chester, Chesterfield, Colleton, Darlington, Edgefield, and Fairfield. G4092 - $31.50 South Carolina 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 2. Linda L. Green. (2005), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 194 pp. Six of the census's original forty-eight columns have been transcribed here: name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. Volume Two covers the districts of Georgetown, Greenville, Horry, Kershaw, Lancaster, Laurens, Lexington, Marion, and Marlboro. G4136 - $22.50

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Letters to Lauretta. Jerome J. Hale and Joseph Bray, Jr. (1993), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 348 pp. Elizabeth Pettigrew's letters to her niece, Lauretta Gulledge, span the period 1849-1861 and relate news of church, social life, health and customs of family and friends in Darlington /Florence, South Carolina. Also included are letters by Lauretta's son, Samuel Gulledge, a Confederate soldier, telling of life in camp, longing for home, and concern for his family. H0894 - $30.00 The History of South Carolina Under the Proprietary Government, 1670-1719. Edward McCrady. (1901), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 2 vols, 772 pp. This history spans the fifty-year period from the settlement of the colony under the Royal charter to the overthrow of the Proprietors' rule in 1719. The progress of the colony is traced from Old Town on the Ashley to the city of Charleston. M3221 - $59.00 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: South Carolina and Georgia. Stewart Sifakis. (1995), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 322 pp. Details the activities of this states' units in the Confederacy. S0692 - $24.95

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1850 Beaufort District South Carolina Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 2000, 8½x11, paper, 114 pp. Complete transcription of the Free Schedule U. S. Federal Census. Current counties of Beaufort, Hampton, Jasper, and parts of Allendale, South Carolina. J3349 - $20.00 1790 Charleston District, South Carolina Census: Complete Transcription of the 1790 United States Federal Census for the Charleston District, South Carolina. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 66 pp. Parishes of St. Phillip and St. Michael; St. John, Collenton; St. James, Goose Creek; St. Andrew; St. Thomas; St. James, Santee; Christ Church; St. Bartholomew; St. John, Berkeley; St. Stephen and St. George included in the census for Charleston District, South Carolina in 1790. J3624 - $20.00 1800 Charleston District, South Carolina Census: Complete Transcription of the 1800 United States Census for the Charleston District, South Carolina. Current counties of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester, South Carolina. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 48 pp. J0006 - $20.00 1810 Charleston District, South Carolina Census: Complete Transcription of the 1810 United States Census for the Charleston District, South Carolina. Current counties of Berkeley, Charleston and Dorchester, South Carolina. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1999, 8½x11, paper, index, 54 pp. J0007 - $20.00

Minutes of the Vestry of St. Helena's Parish, South Carolina, 1726-1812. A. S. Salley, Jr. (1919) reprint, 5½x8½, paper, index, 296 pp. Records elections of church officers, financial transactions, matters of church discipline, assistance to sick and poor members, investigations of illegitimacy, children being bound out, etc. S0204 - $21.50 Early Barnwell South Carolina Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, index, 53 pp. Transcription of Federal Census Records for Barnwell District, 1790 Orangeburg District South, plus the 1800 and 1810 Barnwell District for South Carolina. Current counties of Bamberg, Barnwell and portions of Aiken and Allendale. J0102 $20.00 1820 Barnwell District South Carolina Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 53 pp. Transcription of Federal Census Records for the current counties of Bamberg and Barnwell and most of Aiken and Allendale, South Carolina. J3621 - $20.00 1850 Barnwell District South Carolina Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 2000, 8½x11, paper, index, 211 pp. Complete transcription of the Free Schedule U. S. Federal Census. Includes the current counties of Bamberg and Barnwell and most of Aiken and Allendale. J3298 - $20.00 Early Beaufort South Carolina Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 51 pp. Transcription of Federal Census records for Beaufort District South Carolina in 1790, 1800 and 1810. Current counties of Beaufort, Hampton and Jasper, South Carolina. J3622 - $20.00 1820 Beaufort District, South Carolina Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 48 pp. Complete transcription of Federal Census records. Current counties of Beaufort, Jasper and Hampton, South Carolina. J3623 - $20.00

Charleston, South Carolina, Residents, 1782-1794. Carroll Ainsworth McElligott. 1988, 8.5x11, 149 pp., bibl., index. Information on the residents of Charleston as derived from city directories of 1782, 1785, 1790, and 1794. The entries generally include the name and occupation of the head of the household. M3255 - $17.50

Marriage and Death Notices from the Charleston Observer, 1827-1845. Brent H. Holcomb. (1980) 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. The Observer was a Presbyterian newspaper which published denominational news, and marriage and death notices from a wide area. Although the bulk of the notices pertain to South Carolina, many relate to North Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama. H0419 - $28.50 Early Records of Fishing Creek Presbyterian Church, Chester County, South Carolina, 17991859, with Appendices of the visitation list of Rev. John Simpson, 1774-1776 and the Cemetery roster, 1762-1979. Brent H. Holcomb and Elmer O. Parker. (1980), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 204 pp. Both the visitation list and the records of sessions are facsimiles of the originals. H0507 - $23.00 A Guide to the Pre-Civil War Land Records of Colleton County, South Carolina. Carroll Ainsworth McElligott and Ronald J. McElligott II. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 143 pp. This book is an alphabetical collection of "Abstracts of Land Records executed prior to 1 January 1866 from the Direct Index to Deeds, 1865-1974." Six hundred ninety-four names are listed as grantors; and four hundred fifty names are listed as grantees. Each entry contains the name of grantor, name of grantee, date the instrument was recorded or rerecorded, book and page number where the

A Sketch of the History of South Carolina, To the Close of the Proprietary Government by the Revolution of 1719. McCarter & Co.. M3743 South Carolina 1860 Agricultural Census: Volume 3. Linda L. Green. (2005), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 228 pp. Six of the census's original forty-eight columns have been transcribed here: name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. Volume Three covers the districts or counties of Newberry, Orangeburg, Pickens, Richland, Spartanburg, Sumter, Union, Williamsburg, and York. G4137 - $25.00 South Carolina Papers: Volume 1TT of the Draper Manuscript Collection. Craig L. Heath. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 36 pp. This volume contains an agreement for exchange of American soldiers held prisoner by the British; a list of the American officers held at Charleston; an account book (1777-78); and muster rolls of Capt. Harman Davis's company (1778-79) H3288 - $6.00

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instrument is recorded, kind of instrument, and description of property. Information not available in the Direct Index is indicated by three dashes (--). The records are arranged alphabetically by grantor and are followed by a glossary and a grantee index. M1607 - $17.00 Early Colleton, South Carolina Census: Complete Transcription of the Federal Census Records for 1790 Charleston District, 1800 Collenton District and 1810 Collenton District. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 45 pp. Includes 1790 Charlestown District with St. Bartholomew's, St. George's Dorchester, St. Paul's and St. John's Collenton Parishes of South Carolina. The 1800 Collenton District Census includes St. Bartholomew's, St. George's Dorchester and St. Paul's Parishes. The 1810 Collenton Census is described also. J0008 - $20.00 1820 Colleton, South Carolina Census: A Complete transcription of Federal Census Records. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 36 pp. J0009 - $20.00 Edgefield County, South Carolina, Probate Records. Carol Wells, 5½x8½, paper, index. This covers approximately the years 1800-1850. Don't rule it out if your people came earlier or later, or if the names you are researching begin with a different letter.

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Deed Books 32 and 33. (2000), 2007, 186 pp. W1554 - $19.00 Deed Books: Deed Books 34 and 35. (2000), 2004, 168 pp. W1668 - $17.50 Deed Books 36, 37 & 38. (2001), 2007, 190 pp. W1807 - $19.00 Deed Books, 39 and 40. 2006, 270 pp. W4120 $23.50 Deed Book 41. 2007, 148 pp. W4339 - $17.50 Edgefield County, South Carolina: Deed Books 42 and 43, 1826-1829. Carol Wells. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 238 pp. In addition to names, dates and land descriptions, these deed abstracts reveal: ties to other areas; clues to family wealth; names of children, spouses, mothers, slaves, neig ors; kinship, etc. Chains of title reach back to the eighteenth century original grantees. W4509 - $24.50 Edgefield County, South Carolina Deed Books 44 and 45, Recorded 1829-1832. Carol Wells. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 202 pp. In addition to names, dates and land descriptions, these deed abstracts reveal: ties to other areas; clues to family wealth; names of children, spouses, mothers, slaves, neig ors; kinship, etc. Chains of title reach back to the 1700s. W4779 - $22.50 1820 Edgefield District, South Carolina Census: Complete Transcription of the United states Census with Full Name Index. Lawrence E. Jarrell. (1998), 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 86 pp. Edgefield District was created from Ninety-Six District on 1 January 1800 and contained all the area of current Edgefield and Saluda Counties, the eastern portions of Greenwood and McCormick Counties, and a portion of western Aiken County. Under the constitution of 1868, Edgefield District was eliminated. 2,160 entries. J0899 - $20.00 Early Edgefield District, South Carolina, Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. (1998) 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 116 pp. J0898 - $20.00 Kershaw County, South Carolina Minutes of the County Court, 1791-1799. Brent H. Holcomb. (1986), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 164 pp. Kershaw County was formed in 1791 from the counties of Fairfield, Lancaster and Richland. Of interest to genealogists are the many entries pertaining to orphans, wills, estates, etc. H3509 $20.00

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McLaurins, McCall, Hawley, Weatherly, McRae, Hinshaw, McLeod, McLucas, Bennett, Stubbs, Moore, McInnis, Huckabee, Matheson, James, Williams, Bedgegood, Pugh, Breeden and Adams. In the chapter on the "Confederate War" there are rosters listing more than 800 soldiers. T0713 $29.00

A History of Marion County, South Carolina, From its Earliest Times to the Present, 1901. W. W. Sellers. (1902, 1997) 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 684 pp. This history, first published in 1902, contains hundreds of pages of genealogy in addition to its historical coverage. A new surname index has been compiled to make this already valuable work more useful to the researcher and casual reader alike. S0727 - $49.00 The History of Orangeburg County, South Carolina, From its First Settlement to the Close of the Revolutionary War. A. S. Salley, Jr. (1898) reprint, 572 pp., illus., maps, index, paper. This history presents Orangeburg County from its early beginnings through the Revolutionary War. A variety of county records appear, such as an account of the first settlement made by a white person in 1704, at what is now called Lyons Creek. Also, marriages, births and deaths, as recorded by the Revs. Giessendanner from 1737 to 1761, are included. Closing the book is a thorough military history including listings from rosters and order books, transcripts of military orders, and accounts of expeditions and battles which date from 1682 to 1781. S0442 $38.00

Early Orangeburgh, South Carolina Census: Complete Transcription of the Federal Census Records for the Orangeburgh District South Carolina. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 88 pp. 1790 Orangeburgh Census includes the current counties of Barnwell, Bamberg, Calhoun, Lexington, Orangeburgh, and most of Aiken and Allendale. The 1800 Orangeburg Census includes the current counties of Calhoun, Lexington, Orangeburg, and parts of Aiken. The 1810 Orangeburgh Census included the current counties of Calhoun, Orangeburg and parts of Aiken. J0012 - $20.00 1820 Orangeburgh, South Carolina Census. Lawrence E. Jarrell. 1998, 8½x11, paper, index, 46 pp. Complete Transcription of Federal Census Records for the Orangeburgh District South Carolina. Current counties of Calhoun and Orangeburg and northern part of Aiken. J0013 $20.00 1800 Census of Pendleton District, South Carolina. William C. Stewart. (1963), 1993, 7x10, paper, indices, 178 pp. Most of the settlers during this early period came from the southern area of Virginia and the northern part of North Carolina, and most - by necessity considering the lack of roads and the opening of new lands - went to Northeast Georgia and eventually Alabama and Mississippi. For these reasons the nores rely heavily on the Virginia and North Carolina records. The addition of notes to the census adds immeasurably to the value of this work. S9026 $13.00

Genealogical Abstracts of Edgefield, South Carolina Equity Court Records. Carol Wells. (2002, 2005), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 92 pp. Equity records are a rich source of genealogical facts. In the course of settling disputed or complicated inheritances, names of stepchildren, half siblings, maiden names, deceased husbands, first, second, third spouses, and extended family relations may all be part of testimony. Other official records and family bibles cannot compare with the revelation of troubles and relationships found in Equity Court holdings. In many suits dozens of pieces of evidence have been compressed into a few paragraphs of names, dates, situation, and decree. Although one suit concerns a transaction made in 1736, most problems fall between 1790 and 1820. W2100 - $14.50 Boxes One Through Three, Packages 1­106. Carol Wells, (2004), 2005, 128 pp. Surnames beginning with "A" and "B". W2519 - $19.50 Boxes Four Through Six, Packages 107-218. Carol Wells. 2006, 140 pp. Surnames beginning with "B" and "C" W3581 - $15.50 Edgefield County, South Carolina: Deed Books. Carol Wells.5½x8½, paper, index. Please visit www.HeritageBooks.com for full descriptions and contents of these volumes. Deed Books 13, 14, 15. (1997), 2007, 142 pp. W0600 - $16.50 Deed Books 19, 20, 21, & 22. (1997), 2007, 190 pp. W0704 - $19.50 Deed Books 16, 17, 18. (1997), 2007, 160 pp. W0670 - $18.00 Deed Books 23, 24, 25, 26. (1998), 2007, 166 pp. W0888 - $18.00 Deed Books 27, 28 and 29. (1998), 2007, 224 pp. W1073 - $23.00 Deed Books 30 and 31. (1999), 2007, 222 pp. W1317 - $24.00

History of Marlboro County, South Carolina. J. A. W. Thomas. (1897, 1997), 2010, paper, index, 318 pp. The book presents chapters on the county's early history and settlers; industrial affairs of the early settlers; the American Revolution and the build-up toward it; operations on Pee Dee; Bishop Gregg; members of the legislature; Scottish settlers; the town of Clio; the courthouse; Bennettsville; Brightsville; Blenheim; the "Confederate War"; early ministers; Baptist, Methodist and Presbyterian churches; the town of McColl; Adamsville; educational matters; "The Colored People"; 1886; "Down to the Twentieth Century"; and families such as David, Evans, Wilds, Hodges, Irby, Pegue, Rogers, Brown, Magee, Carloss, Mason Lee, Coxe, Townsend, Henagan, Bruce, Kolb, Pouncey, Cochrane, Spears, Vining, Terrell, Thornwell, Gillespie, Ellerbe, Forniss, Pledger, Thomas, Parker, Ammons, Fletcher, Easterling, Ayer, Covington, Eden, Meekins, Wilson, Campbell, McColls,

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The People's Journal, Pickens, South Carolina, 1894-1903, Historical and Genealogical Abstracts. Peggy Burton Rich. (1991), 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 408 pp. Contains abstracts of births, deaths, marriages, sheriff's sales, clerk of court sales, mortgagee's sales, final estate settlements, notices to creditors and debtors, and a variety of other records, as published in The People's Journal. This regional newspaper covered events in Pickens, Oconee, and Anderson Counties, and to a lesser degree in Greenville and Spartanburg Counties. These accounts have preserved a vivid portrayal of the picturesque lifestyle of the area. This work is enhanced by a bibliography and an index to full names, places and subjects. R0428 - $43.00

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Cavaliers of the Dakota Frontier. Wayne Fanebust. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 458 pp. In the 1850's, the American West was ablaze with land speculation, and the way west was paved by the lofty ambitions of town site speculators who laid the crude foundations for today's cities and towns. This account is presented as a series of inter-connected essays within a larger narrative. F4915 - $37.00

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Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers, Volume 1, 1791-1808. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1988), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 390 pp. These abstracts from the earliest newspapers published in Tennessee are a genealogical goldmine for researchers attempting to locate early settlers because there is no complete, extant census until 1830. The material abstracted includes the usual marriage and death notices, but also all other references to local residents such as notices of estate settlements, delinquent taxpayers, announcements of goods and services for sale, notices of runaway spouses and slaves, etc. from 8 papers. E0098 - $30.00

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Tennessee Genealogical Records and Abstracts, Volume 1: 1787-1839. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1998, 2005), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, surname index, 256 pp. In this new volume Ms. Eddlemon aims to "close the gap left by census records" by providing researchers with a blend of rare tax lists, marriage records and other early source materials including the 1835 pension roll (surnames A-B). This volume contains useful information for the following counties: Bledsoe, Bradley, Blount, Franklin, Gibson, Grainger, Henry, Jackson, Lauderdale, Maury, Overton, Roane, Sevier, Sumner, Washington and Wilson. E1074 - $25.50 Tennessee Records: Bible Records and Marriage Bonds. Jeannette Tillotson Acklen. (1933), 2007, paper, index, 540 pp. This work contains a large collection of Bible records from private families throughout Tennessee. The Bible records found in these pages list marriagees, births, and deaths. Some of the entries include deeds, wills and obituaries, historical notes, biographical sketches and other pertinent information important to the gathering and maintenance of family records. A2121 - $39.50 Tennessee Families: A Bibliography of Books about Tennsee Families. Donald M. Hehir. (1996), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 220 pp. With over 1,500 Tennessean surnames, Mr. Hehir provides, in one source, a comprehensive listing of all printed Tennessean genealogies and family histories that have made their way into major library collections across the U.S. The author researched library listings and catalogs covering many genealogical libraries, including the Library of Congress, the National Genealogical Society Library and the Library of the Daughters of the American Revolution, along with historical association libraries from Massachusetts to California. Many of the books deal with multiple families, some with non-Tennessee roots. Arranged for ease of use, the entries are presented alphabetically according to surname, with a crossreference index to family and secondary names to help researchers find surnames that would otherwise remain buried within the text. No genealogist working with Tennessee families should be without this time-saving volume. The author has also added an appendix with helpful hints on "Accessing the Library of Congress records via the internet." H0517 - $22.00

History of Spartanburg County (South Carolina), Embracing an Account of Many Important Events, and Biographical Sketches of Statesmen, Divines and Other Public Men and the Names of Many Others Worthy of Record in the History of Their County. J.B.O. Landrum. (1900) reprint, new index, paper, 781 pp. A general history of the county with civil lists. About 475 pages are dedicated to biographical sketches of 97 prominent figures from the early history of the county and their descendants. Has a long list of Confederate soldiers. L3514 - $43.00

The Cemeteries of Northern Richland County, South Carolina. David Kyle Rakes. (2002), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 412 pp. The author has documented 213 cemeteries and the surveys include name, date of birth, date of death and any other information that may be on the headstone. R2097 - $35.50

Genealogical Abstracts from Tennessee Newspapers, Volume 2, 1803-1812. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1989), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 250 pp. These abstracts from the earliest newspapers published in Tennessee are a genealogical goldmine for researchers attempting to locate early settlers because there is no complete, extant census until 1830. The material abstracted includes the usual marriage and death notices, but also all other references to local residents such as notices of estate settlements, delinquent taxpayers, announcements of goods and services for sale, notices of runaway spouses and slaves, etc. from 7 papers. E0215 - $25.00

History of Williamsburg, South Carolina Something About the People of Williamsburg County, South Carolina, from the First Settlement by Europeans About 1705 Until 1923. William Willis Boddie. (1923), 5½x8½, paper, index, 620 pp. Overall, Boddie's History of Williamsburg is a mixture of historical narrative, in the style of county histories of bygone times, and various lists of officials and genealogical source materials. Genealogists will delight in the lists of colonial will abstracts from 1735-1745, Revolutionary soldiers, Williamsburg residents in 1790, taxpayers in 1811, and officers and enlisted men in the Confederate Army. In all, approximately 9,000 individuals are cited by Mr. Boddie. B4707 -

Genealogical Abstracts From Tennessee Newspapers 1821-1828. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 1991, 5½x8½, paper, 266 pp. In this, her third volume of Tennessee newspaper abstracts, Mrs. Eddlemon has again attempted to capture all names of local residents from all types of announcements, ads, and notices. They are drawn from three early Tennessee newspapers, all of which predate the first complete Federal census, and hence, are of great genealogical interest. The material includes lists of delinquent taxpayers, dead letters at the post office, runaway spouses and slaves, and all kinds of sales of goods and services, in addition to the usual marriage and death notices. The papers covered in this volume are: The Jackson Gazette, 1825-1828, The Sparta Review, 1823-1825, and The Knoxville Register, 18211822. E0525 Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume I. Marjorie Hood Fischer. (1986), 2007, 6x9 cloth, index, 544 pp. This work is an absolute gold mine for anyone who is researching the State of Tennessee. The compiler has gone to the Court Minutes to dig out all the gems of genealogical information. In many cases, this is the only record that exists to show birth dates, death, divorce, naturalization, and much more. Most of the court minutes have no index, or at best only a partial index, so it took a page-by-page reading to find this information. Included in Volume One are records from Blount, Davidson, Dickson, Fayette, Giles, Greene, Hardin, Haywood, Hickman, Humphreys, Lincoln, Putnam, Rutherford, Washington and Williamson counties. If you don't have ancestors in these counties, this book can still help you. There are references to people in many other counties and in many states. They show relationships and migration paths. F3274 - $45.00

Winton (Barnwell) County, South Carolina Minutes of County Court and Will Book 1, 1785-1791. Brent H. Holcomb. (1989), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 182 pp. Winton County, formed in 1785, was renamed Barnwell County in 1868. "This volume contains a transcription of the court minute book, which includes a tax list for the year 1787, and abstracts of the instruments in Will Book 1." H3510 - $30.00

Notable Men of Tennessee for 1833 to 1875: Their Times and Their Contemporaries. Oliver P. Temple. (1912), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, 467 pp. T4702 -

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Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume II. Marjorie Hood Fischer and Ruth Blake Burns. (1999), 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 430 pp. Miscellaneous abstracts from County Court Minute books Bedford, Claiborne, Dyer, Fentress, Jackson, Madison, McMinn, Obion, Roane, Robertson, Sevier, Stewart, Washington and Wilson counties F1376 - $36.00 Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume III. Marjorie Hood Fischer and Ruth Blake Burns. 1989, 6x9, cloth, index, 540 pp. Counties of Anderson, Bradley, Carroll, Decatur, Grainger, Johnson, Macon, Marion, Monroe, Rhea, Tipton and Warren. About 19,000 names. F0001 - $35.00 Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume IV. Marjorie Hood Fischer. (2000), 2008, 6x9, cloth, index, 610 pp. This volume contains information abstracted primarily from the Tennessee court records of Cannon, Chester, Cocke, Cumberland, Gibson, Hawkins, Lake, Lewis, Marshall, Moore, Sequatchie, Union, and Van Buren counties. F1501 - $53.00 Tennessee Tidbits, 1778-1914, Volume IV. Marjorie Hood Fischer. (2000), 2008, 6x9, paper, index, 608 pp. This volume contains information abstracted primarily from the Tennessee court records of Cannon, Chester, Cocke, Cumberland, Gibson, Hawkins, Lake, Lewis, Marshall, Moore, Sequatchie, Union, and Van Buren counties. F4621 - $45.00 Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census for Montgomery, Morgan, Obion, Overton, Polk, Rhea, and Roane Counties. Linda L. Green. (2000), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 94 pp. G3821 - $21.50 Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census: Vol. 2, Robertson, Rutherford, Scott, Sevier, Shelby and Smith Counties. Linda L. Green. 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 116 pp. There are forty-six columns of information, six of which are transcribed here. The six are: name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. G3822 - $27.00

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Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 5. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 280 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Stewart, Sullivan, Sumner, Tipton, Van Buren, Warren, Washington, Wayne, Weakley, White, Williamson, and Wilson. G5197 - $34.00

Tennessee 1860 Agricultural Census, Volume 1. Linda L. Green. (2003), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 200 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume includes the counties of Anderson, Bedford, Benton, Bledsoe, Blount, Bradley, Campbell, Cannon, Carroll, and Carter. G3819 - $23.50 Tennessee 1860 Agricultural Census, Volume 2. Linda L. Green. (2004), 2006, 8½x11, paper, index, 202 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume includes the counties of Cheatham, Claiborne, Cocke, Coffee, Cumberland, Davidson, Decatur, Dekalb, Dickson, Dyer, and Fayette. G3820 - $23.00 Tennessee Records: Tombstone Inscriptions and Manuscripts. Jeanette Tillotson Acklen, et. al. (1933), 2005, 5½x8½, paper, index, 538 pp. In addition to an exhaustive listing of tombstone inscriptions, one will find some interesting historical and biographical sketches herein. Data has been gleaned from a variety of sources. A2144 - $39.50 Forgotten Soldiers: History of the 2nd Tennessee Volunteer Infantry Regiment (USA) 1861-1865. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1996), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 288 pp. This is the story of one of many Southern units that fought for the preservation of the Union. This book is based almost entirely on primary sources such as the Official Records of the War of Rebellion and muster rolls in the National Archives. The first third of the book presents an interesting and thorough background (fully annotated), and a brief history of the regiment, and then details of the regiment's organization. The bulk of the book is an appendix which summarizes the service records of 1,401 men who served with the 2nd Tennessee. N0571 - $27.50 Forgotten Soldiers: History of the 4th Regiment Tennessee Volunteer Infantry (USA), 18631865. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1995), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 172 pp. Many people may be unaware of any support for the Union in Tennessee during the 1860's and may be surprised to learn of the important role played by soldiers from East Tennessee. Based almost entirely on primary sources, this history relates the events in the record of the 4th Regiment. By examining the service records of 1,040 soldiers, Nikazy is able to give particular attention to personal detail and chronicle the lives of men from Greene, Grainger, Carter, Johnson, Cocke, and Washington counties. There is biographical data on both the officers and soldiers that include enrollment, rank, promotions,

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age, wounds, discharge and other pertinent information. N0241 - $19.00 Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Tennessee. Stewart Sifakis. (1995), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 212 pp. This work is intended to be the companion set to Frederick H. Dyer's Compendium of the War of the Rebellion for the Confederacy. Civil War historians and genealogists with ties to Tennessee will want to own this volume that details the activities of Tennessee's units in the Confederacy. S0694 $29.95

1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: East Tennessee Edition, Volume 3. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index,. E4069 1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: East Tennessee Edition, Volume 2. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 5½x8½, paper, index,. E4070

1890 Genealogical Census Reconstruction: Tennessee, Volume 1. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (2004), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., 250 pp. In 1921, the 1890 Population Census was destroyed by fire. Alternate sources are used to reconstruct individuals that may have been listed in the destroyed 1890 census. Data is collected between the time periods of 1881 to 1891. E2473 - $24.00

History of the Lost State of Franklin. Samuel Cole Williams. (1933, 2002), 2010, paper, index, 396 pp. No other movement for separate statehood reached, the stage attained by Franklin, that of a de facto government, waging war, negotiating treaties and functioning for a term of years in the three great departments that mark an American State, the legislative, executive, and judicial. Genealogical and biographical information is included here as well. Of the leaders, a fuller account is given. For some of these, even, this is a rescue of their names and deeds from near-oblivion. W2066 - $33.50

History of Middle Tennessee Baptists: With References to Salem, New Salem, Enon and Wiseman Associations. J. H. Grime. (1902), 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 581 pp. Contains sketches of associations, churches, deceased ministers and deacons, with ministerial directory; also chapters on separate Baptists, Christian Baptists, and feet washing. Numerous illustrations. G0643 - $37.00 Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Volume One: 1836 and Beyond. Sherida K. Eddlemon. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 122 pp. The 22 churches whose records were abstracted for this book were located in Arkansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Mississippi, Missouri, and Tennessee. These early church records are an untapped rich resource for the genealogical researchers. The records in this book include marriages, births, baptisms, communions, deaths, and registers of deacons and lay members. E0255 - $16.00

Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 3, Anderson to Franklin Counties. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 368 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Anderson, Bedford, Benton, Bledsoe, Blount, Bradley, Campbell, Cannon, Carroll, Carter, Claiborne, Cocke, Coffee, Davidson, Decatur, DeKalb, Dickson, Dyer, Fayette, Fentress, and Franklin. G5175 - $40.00 Tennessee 1850 Agricultural Census: Volume 4. Linda L. Green. 2010, 8½x11, paper, index, 348 pp. Information includes name of owner, improved acreage, unimproved acreage, cash value of the farm, value of farm implements and machinery, and value of livestock. This volume covers the counties of: Gibson, Giles, Grainger, Greene, Grundy, Hamilton, Hancock, Hardeman, Hardin, Hawkins, Haywood, Henderson, Henry, Hickman, and Humphreys. G5170 - $26.00

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Historical Sketches of the Holston Valleys, Tennessee. Thomas W. Preston. (1926, 1997), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, c190 pp. Tthis book traces their history from the time when they were inhabited by the aboriginal predecessors of the Cherokee Indians. Contains chapters on the Cherokees, the Scotch-Irish of the Holston Valleys, the Trans-Alleghany Country, the beginning of Kingsport, Christian's campaign into the Cherokee Country, Dunmore's War, the Cherokees on the Warpath, the State of Franklin, the first Declaration of Independence, laws framed by our Forefathers, three decisive battles, geology of the Kingsport District, the Unaka National Forest, the Camp Meeting, the Jacksons in Sullivan County, and Frontier roads. P0721 $24.00 Past Times: Obituaries, Marriages and Other Selected Articles from the Maryville Times, Maryville, Tennessee, 1884-1890. Caleb G. Teffeteller. 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 192 pp. The Maryville Times newspaper covered the Maryville, Blount County area located in East Tennessee. Contains numerous obituary and marriage notices as well as weather events, social gatherings, family reunions and community happenings. Over 2,000 people are mentioned in these pages. The information on people who lived in Blount County prior to and during 1890 is of particular importance because the 1890 census was lost in a fire in Washington, D.C. T4580 - $22.00 Past Times: Obituaries, Marriages and Other Selected Articles from the Maryville Times, Maryville, Tennessee, Volume II, 18911895. Caleb G. Teffeteller. 2009, 5½x8½, paper, index, 380 pp. Contains obituary and marriage notices as well as other articles of interest such as weather events, social gatherings, family reunions and community happenings. Over 2,000 people are mentioned. T5015 - $32.50

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Carter County, Tennessee Record Abstracts, Marriages 1871-1920. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1992), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, alphabetical, 326 pp. These abstracts were taken from records held at the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Entries include the typical information. N0765 - $27.00 Carter County, Tennessee Record Abstracts, Death Records 1908-1925. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1992), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 486 pp. These abstracts were taken from records held at the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Entries include the typical information. N0738 - $38.00 Carter County, Tennessee, Deaths: 1926-1934. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1994), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 342 pp. N0953 - $30.50 Original Surveyor's Record Book, 1836-1887, Coffee County, Tennessee. Dorothy Williams Potter. 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 400 pp. Includes complete transcriptions and plat drawings made from the original volume located in 1976 at the Coffee County Court House. The only source for these important documents. P0948 - $43.00

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Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book H: 1809-1821. Mary Sue Smith. 2000, 5½x8½, paper, index, 163 pp. The third volume of Tennessee deed book records. There are no Federal censuses in existence for Tennessee prior to 1820, with the exception of 1810 for Rutherford County. Entries are dated and arranged in the order that they were recorded in the deed book, with a citation to the original page where they can be found. S1481 - $18.50

Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes, Volume 1, 1783-1792. Carol Wells. (1990), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 264 pp. These court minutes are important because few records survive from this formative period in Tennessee history when Davidson County encompassed all of middle and western Tennessee. They are also important because many people are mentioned in the court minutes who do not appear in other records. County court responsibilities went beyond the hearing of lawsuits; roads and ferries had to be provided, brands and marks registered, orphans cared for, estates settled, and many other details of life handled in an orderly manner. In addition to providing a wealth of genealogical information. A name index is included W0328 $26.00 Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes: Volume 2, 1792-1799. Carol Wells. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 256 pp. Few records survive from this formative period in Tennessee history when Davidson County encompassed all of middle and western Tennessee. They are important because many people mentioned in the court minutes do not appear in other records. W9461 - $25.50 Davidson County, Tennessee, County Court Minutes, Volume 3, 1799-1803. Carol Wells. (1991), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 226 pp. This third volume of county court minutes provides a glimpse into the early years of the fledgling state. "Constant creation of new roads and ferries reveal the influx of new settlers to middle Tennessee. Unfamiliar names appeared in the minutes as the justices of the peace dealt with disputes, orphans, poverty, estates, wills, sales, apprentices, licenses, and the multiplicity of other matters that fell to their jurisdiction. The index lists surnames, places and organizations mentioned in the text. W0538 $23.00

Davidson County, Tennessee Deed Book P: Personal Property Deeds, 15 Nov. 1821-13 Feb. 1829. Mary S. Smith. (1997), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. A companion book to the author's Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Books "T" and "W": 1829-1835. This volume transcribes personal property deeds for Davidson County, Tennessee, from 1821 to 1829, identifying family members (and relationships) for both white and black families. Records include deeds of trust, deeds of gift, deeds of transfer, bills of sale, mortgages, marriage agreements, powers of attorney and other agreements. These records are particularly full of slave sales and therefore a most valuable resource for African-American researchers. Slaves are listed by family units; ages and physical descriptions are included. Listing of the home furnishings, books in the home library, and early business inventories down to the last set of sheets in the Nashville Inn. S0784 - $21.00 Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book T and W, 1829 - 1835. Mary Sue Smith. (1994), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 394 pp. The work includes transcripts of deeds and new indexes of the data. The author of this book has endeavored to make every recorded name accessible, via index, to aid the researcher. These records identify family members (and relationships) for both white and black families in Davidson County between 13 February 1829 and 27 August 1835, a time when the census identified only the white "head of household;" a time when many wills identified only the husband, leaving his property "to my beloved wife and children;" a time when there was no other record for the slave family. S0069 $33.50

Davidson County, Tennessee, Deed Book Z: Personal Property Deeds, September 5, 1835 January 2, 1838. Mary Sue Smith. 2004, 5½x8½, paper, index, 296 pp. S2491 - $29.00 Dickson County, Tennessee Cemetery Records Part I and II: Revised Edition. Marjorie Hood Fischer. (1967), 1991, 8½x11, paper, index, 2 vols., 465 pp. Filled with data from backyard gravestones and forgotten family plots, as well as established cemeteries. Originally compiled by Jill K. Garrett and Iris H. McClain. Entries are arranged alphabetically. All pertinent information on the stones is listed. F1987 - $55.50

Blount County, Tennessee, Chancery Court Records, Book 0 and Book 1, 1852-1865. Albert W. Dockter, Jr. 1992, 5½x8½, paper, index, 172 pp. Brief abstracts of cases involving property disputes, divisions of estates, and creditor's claims, naming all parties involved and relationships where stated. Part II contains divorce proceedings. D0589 - $20.00 Blount County, Tennessee, Chancery Court Records: Book 1, part II, 1866-1869. Albert W. Dockter, Jr. 1994, index, 269 pp. Brief abstracts of cases involving property disputes, divisions of estates, creditor's claims, etc. naming all the parties involved and relationships where stated. Part II contains divorce proceedings. Book 1, part II, 1866-1869 (Divorces 1860-1937 and Monroe County Chancer Court Records 1832-1852). D0024 - $25.50

Estate Settlements of Blount County, Tennessee, Naming HeirsExtracted from: Execution Book II, Chancery Court, February 1872-February 1893; Execution Book II, County Court, April 1893-February 1915; and the Workbook of James A. Greer, Clerk and Master, Chancery Court, 1885-1890. Albert W. Dockter, Jr. 1996, 5½x8½, paper, index, 112 pp. D0395 - $16.00

Dickson County, Tennessee Marriage Records, 1817-1879. Sherida K. Eddlemon. 1989, 5½x8½, paper, 102 pp. Marriage records taken from the marriage bonds and marriage registers. Parties named include ministers and bondsmen where given in the original records. The data are chronologically arranged and there is a surname index. E0271 -

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Abstracts of Giles County, Tennessee: County Court Minutes, 1813-1816, and Circuit Court Minutes, 1810-1816. Carol Wells. (1995), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. These chronologically arranged records were abstracted from two surviving county court minute books and one circuit court minute book dating from before 1820. In the absence of census records for early Tennessee, and considering the destruction of many other early records, the information obtained from these three small books is an important discovery for genealogists. W9372 - $21.50

Greene County, Tennessee, Death Record Abstracts, Volume 1: 1908-1918. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1997), 2006, 5½x8½, paper, index, 350 pp. This work contains over 8,000 death record abstracts. Typically included in each of the early records are the name of the deceased, age at death, cause of death, date of death, and a death record number which corresponds to the reference number on file in the Tennessee State Library and Archives. Additional information which appears in many of the later records includes place of burial of the deceased, parents' names, informant's name and place of residence, and place of birth of the deceased if outside Greene County. N0660 $30.00 Bakerville Review Abstracts (Humphreys County, Tennessee), Volume II, 1897-1898. Marjorie Hood Fischer and Ruth Blake Burns. 1985, 6x9, cloth, index, 240 pp. F0104 - $20.00 Bakerville Review Abstracts (Humphreys County, Tennessee), Volume III, 1898-1899. Marjorie Hood Fischer and Ruth Blake Burns. 1985, 6x9, cloth, index, 240 pp. F3692 - $20.00

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Humphreys County, Tennessee, Marriage Records, 1861-1888. Marjorie Hood Fischer and Ruth Blake Burns. 1984, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. Arranged alphabetically by grooms. Brides and grooms separately indexed. F3689 - $15.00

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Haywood County, Tennessee, Marriage Records: Books 1,2,3,4,5,6,7, & 8; 1859-1878. Marjorie Hood Fischer. 1987, 8½x11, paper, index, 126 pp. The records in this book were transcribed from microfilm. The book is arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the groom. There is an index showing brides and bondsmen. F3691 - $15.00 Abstracts of Death Records for Johnson County, Tennessee, 1908 to 1941. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1992), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 486 pp. This new compilation contains about 6,500 records, and gives the name and place of birth of the child, names and places of birth of the parents or the names and places of residence of the informants, name-spelling variations as they appear in the original record, and the cause of death as originally stated in the records. N3665 $38.50 Superior Court of Law and Equity Mero District of Tennessee, 1806-1809. Mary Sue Smith. 2004, 8½x11, paper, index, 268 pp. Covers all of the area of what is now known as "Middle Tennessee. " Many of the people named may not be found in other documents. Includes date, surname, given name, title (plaintiff or defendant, admin., etc. ) and, if stated, the charge, plea and rules of the court. S0926 - $32.00

Superior Court of Law and Equity Mero District of Tennessee, 1803-1805, Middle Tennessee. Mary Sue Smith. (2001), 2011, 5½x8½, paper, index, 264 pp. The legal records abstracted in this volume pre-date any surviving census of the region. S1861 - $26.00 Morgan County, Tennessee 1850 Census. Larry R. Spurling and Lee M. Cross. 1985, 8½x11, paper, surname index, 80 pp. Complete transcription. S0053 - $18.00

Morgan County, Tennessee Cemetery Inscriptions. Lee M. Cross and Larry R. Spurling. (1986), 5½x8½, paper, index, 215 pp. This collection of cemetery inscriptions fro numerous large and small cemeteries in Morgan County, Tennessee contains about 9,700 inscriptions from over seventy cemeteries. It includes the old cemetery at Wartburg and the Wartburg Memorial Gardens. The field work for this work was completed in 1973. C3018 Rhea County, Tennessee Circuit Court Minutes, September 1815-March 1836. Carol Wells. (1994), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 180 pp. These circuit court minutes give the names of residents and transients, as well as people in other counties and other states. Most of the cases involve unpaid leases, but other business includes deeds, divorces, powers of attorney and criminal offences. W0468 - $21.00 Rhea County, Tennessee, Tax Lists 18321834, and County Court Minutes, Volume D: 1829-1834. Carol Wells. (1996), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 176 pp. Records of this type help genealogists place their ancestors in the context of historical events as well as the social environment in which they lived. Names of persons who can be found in no other records, persons of no wealth of land, persons never mentioned in a will, persons never sued, might readily be found in county court minutes, because the county justices kept order in most aspects of everyday life. W0554 - $21.00

History of Roane County, Tennessee, 18011870. Emma Middleton Wells. (1927, 1999), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 350 pp. Wells' history is divided into five sections, the first four of which constitute a source-book of genealogical material: early tax lists and lists of voters, militiamen, justices, and veterans of the Revolution and the War of 1812, marriages, church members, and communicants. The fifth section comprises scores of family histories, with references to more than 10,000 persons. W1225 $30.00 Robertson County, Tennessee, Court Minutes, 1796-1807. Carol Wells. (1992), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 274 pp. The information, chronologically arranged, includes the names of the officials who were present at each session and the names of the parties involved in the court proceedings. Records of meetings could include appointments to offices, applications for licenses, petitions, descriptions of deeds, new roads and property boundaries, sales of slaves, etc. W0734 $26.50

Hawkins County, Tennessee, 1830-1850 Censuses. Lawson, Rowena. 1987. The first white settlement was made in 1769 while the area was called Spencer County, North Carolina. The first families were Joseph Kinkead and John Long who settled in upper Carter's Valley. The county of Hawkins was created in 1787 and stretched from Virginia to below Chattanooga. The North Carolina general assembly had approved the creation and named it for Benjamin Hawkins who was a senator from North Carolina and was also Superintendent of Indian Affairs for the region. The town of Rogersville was established in 1789 and was named for Joseph Rogers, an emigrant from Ireland. It was referred to as Hawkins Courthouse in journals written by travelers in the area in early days. L3057 Humphreys County, Tennessee, Marriage Records, 1861-1888. Marjorie Hood Fischer and Ruth Blake Burns. 1984, 5½x8½, paper, index, 218 pp. Arranged alphabetically by grooms. Brides and grooms separately indexed. F0101 - $15.00 Humphreys County, Tennessee, Records Tax Lists 1837-1843 and Marriages 1888-1900. Marjorie Hood Fischer and Ruth Blake Burns. 1987, 8½x11, paper, index, 182 pp. F0102 $18.00

Superior Court of Law and Equity, Mero District of Tennessee, 1810-1813, Middle Tennessee. Mary Sue Smith. (2006), 2007, 8½x11, paper, index, 190 pp. Covers all of the area of what is now known as "Middle Tennessee." Many of the people named may not be found in other documents. Includes date, surname, given name, title (plaintiff or defendant, adm., etc.) and, if stated, the charge, plea and rules of the court. S4090 - $33.00

History of Sweetwater Valley, Tennessee. William B. Lenoir. (1916, 1998), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, index, 442 pp. Lenoir's History of Sweetwater Valley is an admirable blend of regional history and family history, providing the researcher with a twin perspective of Monroe County, Tennessee. Background chapters dwell at length on Sweetwater pioneers, early settlers and settlements, churches, towns, schools, lodges, railroads, etc. Lenoir has included, moreover, genealogies of some fifty-five early Sweetwater families. L0904 - $35.00 Index to McMinn County, Tennessee, Tax Lists, 1829-1832 and 1836, and Detail From 1836 Tax List. Harald Reksten and Reba Boyer. (1996), 2010, 5½x8½, paper, 136 pp. About onehalf of the book is an everyname index of names from all lists--1829 to 1832 and 1836--which directs the researcher to page numbers in the original sources. The rest of the book contains tax lists. The original tax list arrangement for the years 1829 to 1832 have alphabetical listings of captains of military companies; for 1836, a listing arranged numerically by district is provided--all with page

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Robertson County, Tennessee Marriage Book 2, 1859-1873. J. Mark Lowe. 2002, 5½x8½, paper, alpha., index, 174 pp. Covers the period of the Civil War and the earliest recording of marriages between former slaves. A marriage bond book is extant for April 1859 through July 1865 and that information is included. Marriage Book 2 and the loose marriage originals used in compiling this volume are found at the Robinson County Archives. L0805 - $18.00

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Sullivan County, Tennessee, Cemeteries. Karen L. Sherman. (1991), 2010, 8½x11, paper, 220 pp. The author took a first-hand approach to compiling a list of seventy-nine Sullivan County cemeteries and the people buried therein, traveling all over the county "armed" with field glasses, topographical maps and hearsay about cemetery locations". S3537 - $30.00 Sumner County, Tennessee, Court Minutes, 1787-1805 and 1808-1810. Carol Wells. (1995), 2008, 5½x8½, paper, index, 364 pp. Sumner covered a large area which is now divided into many other counties. For the period 1787-1805 nearly 4300 names are listed on 38 index pages. A separate 12-page index follows the section covering 1808-1810. Since the first surviving Federal census for Sumner County is that of 1820, court minutes are important in determining who was present as well as what they were doing. In the minutes are found names of witnesses, bondsmen, adjoining landowners, county officials, and others. Heirs, children, remarried widows, and transients may all appear in minutes and nowhere else. W0295 - $31.50 Unicoi County, Tennessee, Death Record Abstracts, 1908-1936. Eddie M. Nikazy. (1997), 2007, 5½x8½, paper, index, 362 pp. Records for the years 1908 through 1912 did not record the names of parents and in 1913 deaths were not recorded. Beginning in 1914, the State imposed more stringent recording requirements and the records included parents' names, the name of the informant, and place of burial. The [everyname] index contains 9,010 names. N0747 - $28.50 United States Direct Tax of 1798 Tax Lists for Washington County, Pennsylvania. Wilbur J. McElwain. (1997), 2008, 8½x11, paper, index, 308 pp. Tax lists for the area of present-day Washington County, Pa., divided into 22 townships. M0743 - $40.00

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