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Amish ...................................................................................................... 2 Anabaptism ........................................................................................... 5 Biographies and Novels ....................................................................... 6 Brethren ............................................................................................... 15 Children's Books ................................................................................ 16 Computers and Genealogy ............................................................... 20 Cookbooks ......................................................................................... 21 Europe ................................................................................................. 22 Genealogy ........................................................................................... 28 Genealogy Reference ......................................................................... 43 Genealogy Supplies ........................................................................... 49 Local History ..................................................................................... 50 Maps and Atlases .............................................................................. 67 Mennonite Culture and History ..................................................... 69 Mennonites, Russian ......................................................................... 74 Miscellaneous ..................................................................................... 74 Miscellaneous Family ........................................................................ 83 Quilts and Quilting ........................................................................... 86 Toys ..................................................................................................... 86 Videos ................................................................................................. 88 Surname Index ......................................................................................88 Author Index .........................................................................................93 Title Index .............................................................................................96

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2526. The Amazing Story of the Ausbund by Ben S. Blank The Ausbund is the oldest hymnal in the world still used today by the Amish. A history of the Ausbund and its songs and tunes, this book also covers why the Amish customs are so different from that of their Mennonite cousins who also used this hymnbook for 250 years. Read how Passau, the birthplace of the Ausbund, looked like 450 years ago when these songs of hope were written to inspire our persecuted ancestors. (120pp. Author, 2001.) $10.00 1532. The Amish by John A. Hostetler Views and lifestyles of the Amish under such headings as preaching services, family and community, Amish economy, language, folk art and beauty, courting, becoming adults, weddings, leisure, medieval music, bonnets and broad-brims, horse and buggy travel, farm and kitchen, stress and change, and hope. (40pp. illus. Herald Press, 1995.) $4.99 2106. The Amish: A People of Preservation by John L. Ruth This award-winning documentary on Amish faith and life includes excerpts of rarely recorded Amish preaching and singing. (54 minutes. video tape. Ruth, 1996.) $19.95 2. Amish and Amish-Mennonite Genealogies by Hugh F. Gingerich and Rachel W. Kreider In the process of being revised, this encyclopedia for Amish genealogists is certainly the most definitive, comprehensive, and scholarly work on Amish genealogy that has ever been attempted. It is easy to understand why it required years of meticulous record-keeping to cover so many families (144 different surnames up to 1850). Covers all known Amish in the first settlements in America and shows their lineage for several generations. (scheduled to be available in February 2007) 2073. The Amish and Their Neighbours, The German Block, Wilmot Township 1822-1860 by Lorraine Roth The German Block, located in then "Upper Canada," has a very distinct history between the 1820s and 1860 from the rest of Wilmot Twp. It was the initiative of Christian Nafziger and the persistence of the Mennonites of Waterloo that precipitated this survey. Surnames: Hunsberger, Miller, Schwartzentruber, Shantz. (118pp. illus. Menn. Hist. Soc. of Ont., 1998.) $15.00 2044. Amish Arts of Lancaster County by Patricia T. Herr A refreshing look at the role that decorative arts play in the Lancaster Co., Pa., Amish home is revealed in this book. An encyclopedic private collection of colorful and unanticipated objects associated with Amish culture are showcased in 382 color photos distributed throughout an insightful text. (160pp. illus. Schiffer Pub., 1998.) $29.95 2652. Amish Children by Phyllis Pellman Good Colorfully illustrated photos and narration explain what it is like to be an Amish child in a world where children dress like miniature adults, where they speak Pa. Dutch before English, and where they are entrusted with fieldwork and kitchen duty at a young age. (154pp. Good Books, 2000.) $19.95 1601. Amish Enterprise: From Plows to Profits by Donald B. Kraybill and Steven M. Nolt This book is the first to discuss the dramatic changes that will and have affected the Amish communities. It is based on interviews with more than 150 Amish entrepreneurs in Lancaster Co., Pa. Read about the more than 1,000 Amish-owned enterprises--some 14% boasting annual sales above $500,000. (300pp. illus. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2004.) $19.95 1484. Amish Folk Artist Barbara Ebersol: Her Life, Fraktur, and Death Record Book by David Luthy Authored by an Amish historian from Ontario, this book includes Barbara's fraktur art, letters to cousins, and a death record book. The family record of over 730 entries is the most comprehensive Amish death record book known. Barbara Ebersol (1846-1922), a victim of

genetic dwarfism, became one of the most innovative and significant Amish practitioner of decorative art. (128pp. color illus. hardcover. index. Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, 1995.) $29.95 2502. Amish Harmonica CD Contains ten songs played on the harmonica by an Amish musician. Songs include "In the Sweet By and By," "My Old Kentucky Home," "Darlin' Nellie Gray," "Amazing Grace," and others. Label also contains text on music in Amish youth culture, the Amish sound, the musician, and Amish recreational music. (CD. Harmonies Workshop, 2001.) $7.95 1605. Amish History of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, 1978-1995 by Elam D. Lapp and family History of the Lykens Valley, Pa., Amish settlement that started in 1978. Includes family information, school records, minister meetings, school board members, . . . (191pp. hardcover. index. Carlisle Pr., 1995.) $13.25 1008. Amish History of Southern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1940-1992 by John Kauffman, Melvin Petersheim, and Ira Beiler A history of the first Amish who settled in southern Lancaster Co. traced up to 1992. Surnames are Esh, Fisher, Kauffman, King, Petersheim, Stoltzfus, and Zook. Baptismal lists and chapters on tragedies, weather, school history, war time, fires, stores, and migrations. (170pp. hardcover. Authors, 1992.) $9.75 874. Amish Houses and Barns by Stephen Scott A behind-the-scenes look at events on three Amish farms, here we read of the history and cultural development of a typical Amish house and barn, one in each of the three largest Amish communities in North America. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1991.) $6.95 1168. Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse by John M. Byler This encyclopedic volume covers 236 Amish immigrants who settled in Waldeck and Hesse in Germany. Descendants of these immigrants are traced for those persons married by 1865. The most frequent surnames include Allgayer, Bauman, Beck, Bender, Brenneman, Buercky, Dieffenbach, Donner, Eash, Eckardt, Ehrismann, Farmwald, Fisher, Gartner, Gingerich, Hellmuth, Holly, Honderich, Kahn, Kempf, Kennel, Kinsinger, Kraenbull, Kramer, Mehl, Miller, Nafziger, Orendorf, Oswald, Otto, Petersheim, Roth, Schantz, Schlabach, Schwartzentruber, Shetler, Sommer, Stähly, Tice, Unzicker, Wehrey, Yoder, Yost, and Yutzy. (231pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1993.) $26.75 3. The Amish in America: Settlements That Failed, 1840-1960 by David Luthy This Amish history of 100 extinct Amish settlements is arranged by state. (It does not include settlements founded in the 1700s in southeastern Pa., nor settlements that have ceased to exist after 1960.) Each section begins with a history as to how it began and lists heads of families/spouses. (555pp. hardcover. Pathway Pubs., 1986.) $21.75 1998. The Amish in Daviess County, Indiana by Joseph Stoll Begun as a study of the Stoll Cemetery in Daviess Co., Ind., the book includes early history of the Amish and its leaders, Amish in France, stories, and more. Here are the detailed records of five Amish cemeteries. Family charts include surnames such as Graber, Raber, Stoll, Wagler, Yoder, and others. (448pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1997.) $24.00 875. Amish in Eastern Ohio by Stanley A. Kaufman with Leroy Beachy Written in conjunction with the German Culture Museum's (Walnut Creek, Ohio) exhibit of the same title in 1990, this book presents the early history of the Holmes Co., Ohio, Amish settlement and documents the historic architecture, furniture, textiles, and other household furnishings of Amish origin in that region. (52pp. illus. Tope Printing, 1991.) $12.99 44. The Amish in Switzerland and Other European Countries by Betty Miller With photos and maps, this booklet briefly tells of the origin of the Amish in Europe. It tells of early persecution, the first adult baptism, and the first Anabaptist martyr. It also lists the location of original family homes in Swit-

zerland of the common Amish family names--Hostetler, Miller, Schlabach, Schrock, Troyer, Yoder, . . . (16pp. illus. Author.) $3.50 2259. The Amish in Their Own Words compiled by Brad Igou You will laugh, cry, and be touched personally by the Amish people who write about themselves. Compiled from the first 25 years of Family Life, a monthly Amish magazine, sixteen chapters cover shunning, nonresistance, clothing, youth activities, old age, conflicts with the modern world, education, work, mutual aid, food, and lessons from life. Explore the unique world of the Amish as only they can tell it. (400pp. Herald Press, 1999.) $19.99 4. Amish Life by John A. Hostetler The Amish people, their way of life, their view of themselves and outsiders, their social institutions, family, education, unique community, customs, smallscale approach to agriculture, and their rewards, all in a book written by someone who has experienced the Amish life. (48pp. illus. Herald Press, 1983.) $6.95 2189. The Amish, Mennonite, & Hutterite Story Beginning with a brief overview of the history of the Christian church, this video traces the origins of the Anabaptist movement in 16th-century Europe, the persecution, the emergence of the Amish, Mennonite, and Hutterite sects, and their subsequent migrations throughout Europe and North America. Story is told as depicted in a gigantic, stunning hand-painted mural entitled "Behalt," which comes from a German word meaning to keep or to remember. Chronology makes it easy to show this video in segments or in its entirety. (60-min.video tape. Mennonite Information Center, 1999.) $19.95 Amish Music Variety: Hymns to Harmonica Only known professional recording rehearsed and done with permission by Old Order Amish for a popular audience. Hear the unique sounds, sacred and popular, with the Amish flair, familiar and new. Includes 4 Ausbund hymns, 2 zither numbers, a girls' trio and young people's singing in English, short excerpts of Amish preaching, "O Gatt Vater," "Let Us Pray For Each Other," "Nellie Gray," "Daddy's Hands," "His Love is an Endless Love," and more. (41 minutes) 1999A. CD. $12.95 1999B. Cassette. $9.95 454. Amish of Kishacoquillas Valley, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania by Samuel W. Peachey This is an interesting booklet on the background and settlement of the Big Valley, Mifflin Co., Pa., Amish. (48pp. 1989 reprint of 1930 edition.) $3.50 1689. The Amish: Origin and Characteristics, 16931993 by Lydie Hege and Christoph Wiebe In 1993 the Colloquium "300 Years of the Amish 16931993" took place in Sainte Marie-aux-Mines, France. This book contains 18 lectures delivered during the Colloquium (7 in French, 7 in English, and 4 in German, with summaries of each in the other two languages). They deal with the origins of the Amish in Alsace 300 years ago and explore the question of the fascination which this religious group retains to the present day. (368pp. hardcover. Association Francaise d'Histoire Anabaptiste-Mennonite, 1996.) $25.00 5. Amish Pioneers of the Walnut Creek Valley by Betty Miller Jeschke With photos and sketches, this booklet tells of Jonas Stutzman and the other Amish pioneers who were the first to settle in the eastern part of Holmes Co., Ohio. Details of the difficult life they led in Holmes Co. in the early 1800s are given. Also describes the 1757 "Hochstetler Massacre" in Pa. (36pp. illus. Author, 1994.) $3.75 2834. Amish Quilts: A Book of Postcards Featuring 30 jewel-like antique Amish quilts in all their dramatic splendor, this bound book of postcards that can be extracted and used as postcards contain colors that are sometimes bold, sometimes of subtle shades, but always remarkable in their design and rich with quilting. (Good Books, 1994.) $8.95

720. The Amish School by Sara E. Fisher and Rachel K. Stahl This is a fascinating insider's view of a typical Amish one-room school, in which children are prepared for the Amish way of life, for adulthood, and for eternity. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1986.) $6.95 876. Amish Society by John A. Hostetler The standard work on the Amish that explores their beliefs and practice and change and resistance to change. Hostetler, who was born and raised in an Amish community, takes the reader inside Amish culture and explains the nature of Amish religious beliefs and ceremonies, community and family life, mutual-aid practices, temptations, tensions with worldly values and outsiders. (435pp. illus. index. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1993. fourth edition.) $16.95 1316. The Amish Struggle With Modernity edited by Donald Kraybill and Marc Olshan Examines on a national scale the dilemmas that arise when a people--Amish--devoted to plain living face the complexities of modern life. (320pp. illus. Univ. Press of New Eng., 1994.) $22.95 2709. The Amish; Why They Enchant Us by Donald B. Kraybill This concise and authoritative overview describes both the diversity and common practices of the Amish of North America as well as some of the changes underway in their communities. Kraybill explains their puzzling practices and shows how the Amish flourish in the midst of modern society. (48pp. illus. 2003.) $7.99 1691. Amish Values: Wisdom That Works by Ruth Hoover Seitz Do the ways of the Amish offer insights for others? In this little gift book, guidelines for modern living follow each of the ten Amish values. The text offers heartfelt examples from Amish living. Captioned color photos by Blair Seitz illustrate the lifestyle of these "plain people" who choose to practice their faith apart from contemporary society. (64pp. illus. RB Books, 1996.) $9.95 1377. Amish Women: Lives and Stories by Louise Stoltzfus This generous and heartwarming book explores what it means to be a woman and to be an Amish woman. The author gathered her stories through interviews and interactions with Amish women. Meet Naomi whose favorite author is C. S. Lewis, Linda who has a career, Susie who is an artist. (123pp. illus. Good Books, 1994.) $8.95 800. Amishman Travels Around the World: The Life of Jonathan B. Fisher by H. Harold Hartzler To Europe in 1908, around the world and on a cattle boat to Europe in 1952, this booklet tells the story of Amish traveler Jonathan B. Fisher. Fortunately, Fisher kept detailed records, journals, and even a collection of signatures--some famous--from all over the world, a sampling of which are printed here. (33pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1991.) $4.50 2001. Ausbund and Lieder Sammlung Songs with Shape Notes This spiral-bound, pocket-sized "nota buch" was compiled by Ben Troyer, Jr., Jonathan Miller, and Mahlon Gingerich of Holmes Co., Ohio. Putting shaped notes to these German church hymn tunes will do much to preserve the Amish singing style by helping to familiarize young people with each of the 69 tunes in this book. Though shaped notes were chosen, a person does not need to know shaped notes to learn the songs. (110pp. spiral. Carlisle Press, 1997.) $6.00 2496. Berks County, Pennsylvania, Amish Yoder Heritage Tour compiled by J. Lemar Mast Prepared for the National Yoder Reunion, July 21, 2001, map of county shows township boundaries as well as locations of major towns. Tour stops include homesteads and cemeteries featuring families such as Kurtz, Gerber, Miller, Stoltzfus, Zug/Zook, Rickenbach, Kauffman, Yoder, Hochstetter, Stutzman, and more. Names and dates and spouses' names are given. (16pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2001.) $2.00

2563. Both Sides of the Ocean by J. Virgil Miller The history of the migrations of many Amish families in this book precedes the information in Amish and Amish Mennonite Genealogies (#2). Many of the same families are featured, but their ancestors are included for several generations before their arrival in America. Family names include Beachy, Beiler, Brenneman, Berkey, Detweiler, Erb, Esch, Eyer, Fisher, Gerber, Gnage, Guth, Hershberger, Hertzler, Holly, Hostetler, Kurtz, Lehman, Livengood, Mast, Miller, Nafziger, Rickenbach, Rupp, Schmucker, Sieber, Speicher, Stutzman, Troyer, Tschantz, and Zook. (320pp. illus. index. maps. hardcover. Masthof Press, 2002.) $24.50 1865. Driving the Amish by Jim Butterfield Learn how the Amish buy a new buggy, choose a bishop, raise their children, welcome the New Year, pay for a farm, teach eight grades at once, marry for life, etc. Delightful photos. (112pp. illus. Herald Press, 1997.) $14.99 1866. Dust Between My Toes: An Amish Boy's Journey by Wayne M. Weaver An autobiography that unravels many of the mysteries of Amish life. Dr. Weaver left the Amish for the world of medicine, but his story reveals his continuing affection for the culture he left behind. Told by an insider, this first-hand view of Amish life rings with authenticity. (233pp. Author, 1997.) $14.95 659. Early Amish Land Grants in Berks County, Pennsylvania This collection of detailed, two-color maps shows where 77 Amish landowners settled in Berks Co., Pa., in the 18th century. It shows the plots of land, names of roads and towns, and other well-marked landmarks to assist any traveler to find where his ancestor lived. Also, a biography of each landowner with details on all land transactions (number of acres, dates the land was warranted, surveyed, patented, and to whom the land was sold). A genealogy section gives names, dates, and place of residence of the family including the children and their spouses. Some of the surnames: Beiler, Kauffman, Kurtz, Stoltzfus, Zook, . . . (43+pp. 11"x14". illus. Pequea Bruderschaft Lib., 1990.) $20.00 2953. Early Amish Settlers of Geauga County, Ohio by John M. Byler This collection of information on the Amish families of Geauga Co., Ohio, covers families who lived there up to 1905. Frequent surnames in the index are: Byler, Detweiler, Gingerich, Hershberger, Hostetler, Kurtz, Miller, Schlabach, Sommers, Troyer, and Yoder. (463pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $15.00 1140. Fifty Years in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania by David S. King A short introduction gives some of the early history of Lebanon Co. Amish, but then covers families who settled there since 1941--births, baptisms, weddings, obituaries, cemetery records, schools, preachers, properties, and residences. (106pp. map. hardcover. Author, 1993.) $12.50 1452. Good Night, My Son: A Treasure In Heaven by Esther F. Smucker How does one handle a sudden, dramatic accident--an accident that takes the life of one's five-year-old son? In this true story, meet the Smucker Amish parents who live in Lancaster Co., Pa., and share their story of pain, shock, stress, doubting, and love of sympathetic family and friends, but most importantly the hope that one can experience in facing a heart-breaking loss. (88pp. Masthof Press, 1995.) $6.50

2800. Groffdale--100 Years by John J. Lapp An informative history of the Groffdale Amish District in Lancaster Co., Pa., includes the historical development, schools, major storms through the years, and even the Amish ministers' names since Hans Groff settled here in 1696. Some families who settled here include: Bawell, Beiler, Blank, Fisher, Glick, Huyard, King, Lapp, Smucker, Speicher, Stoltzfus, Yoder, and Zook. (52pp. Author, 2003.) $6.00 1755. The Guidebook to Amish Communities and Business Directory by Ottie A. Garrett This book contains a list of all known Amish communities plus illustrations, directions, and comments. Also includes number of families and church districts. Second section lists Amish businesses with their own ads arranged by state. (270pp. illus. Hitching Post Ent., 1996.) $14.95 2451. Hidden Treasures (Repeated History) Handed Down From Our Ancestors Since 1600 compiled by Amos M. King A collection of stories relating to the Amish. Read about the 1644 Marriage Law, the Thirty Years War, hardships on the sea, landing in New York, the first Amish church in America, the Burkholder family, the Hochstetler Massacre (Berks Co., Pa.), a 14-day hunt for the Cox boys, etc. Contains many tragic events. (259pp. hardcover. Amos M. King, 2001 reprint.) $13.50 1025. A History of the Amish by Steven Nolt From their beginnings in Europe through their settlement in North America, the Amish have struggled to maintain their beliefs and traditions in often hostile settings. This story surveys who the Amish were throughout 300 years. (318pp. illus. Good Books, 1992.) $9.95 2635. History of the First Amish Mennonite Communities in America by Grant M. Stoltzfus This 1954 thesis, although never published, contains a wealth of information that greatly contributed to the study of Amish history with interviews of persons born in the 19th century. Chapters on European beginnings of the Swiss Brethren and the Amish division, social and economic developments in the 17th and 18th centuries, migrations to America, planting of the first communities in Pa., and the influences of farm and family on these early settlers as they passed their faith on to future generations. (52pp. index. Masthof Press, 2002.) $8.95 1756. Holding the Line: The Telephone in the Old Order Mennonite and Amish Life by Diane Zimmerman Umble A historical study of how the Old Order Mennonites and Amish responded to the telephone from the turn of the century to now. (192pp. Johns Hopkins, 1996.) $18.95 1791. Just Plain People: Tales and Truths of Amish Life by E. R. Beachy Both storytelling and the Amish are deeply rooted in America. Out of this tradition come these amusing tales, enjoyed by many who just happen to go to church in a buggy. Formative years, romance, recreation, the English, schooling, . . . (136pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 1993.) $9.95 3115. Leider Sammlung The Leider Sammlung along with the Ausbund songbook is the most commonly used German songbook in Amish church services today. This translation includes both the German and the English. (492pp. hardcover. Carlisle Press, 2005.) $9.99 2283. Lessons For Living: A Practical Approach to Daily Life From the Amish Community by Joseph Donnermeyer and George and Marty Kreps Learn more about the Amish as they live a simple, slower, and more satisfying life, with less dependence on the latest modern gadgets. We all should scrutinize our own pattern of living and improve it. At the beginning of this century, there were about 5,000 Amish in the U. S. and Canada. (190pp. illus. Carlisle Press, 1999.) $12.95

3008. Letters of the Amish Division: A Sourcebook translated and edited by John D. Roth with the assistance of Joe Springer The letters included in this source collection have a long and complicated history written in the heat of controversy in the so-called Amish division of 1693. They circulated as a means of defending or attacking specific positions. Long after the tensions of the division subsided, these continued to be read by Amish and Mennonites. (160pp. illus. Mennonite Hist. Soc., 2002.) $10.00 616. Living Without Electricity by Stephen Scott and Kenneth Pellman This book tells how and why the Amish live without inventions other people take for granted: electricity, centralized heating, television, car, . . . (128pp. illus. Good Books, 1990.) $7.95 2852. MennoFolk; Mennonite and Amish Folk Traditions by Ervin Beck Offered here are abundant examples of Mennonite jokes, origin stories, and trickster tales, along with analysis of them in the context of Mennonite and Amish history, culture, and beliefs. It also studies Mennonite and Amish paintings on glass, family records, and considers the Mennonite relief sales as folk festivals. This is the first book to analyze such a wide range of expressive forms in Mennonite and Amish folk culture that have been learned by word of mouth. (200pp. Herald Press, 2004.) $15.99 3016. MennoFolk2; A Sampler of Mennonite and Amish Folklore edited by Ervin Beck Seventeen studies of folklore that represent small subgroups of Mennonites and Amish including bedtime stories, horse-trading stories, variety of nicknames, etc., take us on an intriguing journey. (232pp. Herald Press. 2005.) $15.99 785. Mifflin County Amish and Mennonite Story, 1791-1991 by S. Duane Kauffman Taking place in two picturesque and fertile valleys--the Juniata River and the Kishacoquillas--in central Pa., this story features the Amish and eventually the Mennonites who grew out of the Amish communities of Mifflin Co., Pa. From Europe to the earliest Amish settlements in eastern Pa. to Mifflin Co., Pa., this community was first settled by the Amish in 1791. (472pp. hardcover with dust jacket. illus. index. Mifflin Co. Menn. His. Soc., 2000 reprint.) $22.00 1715. Notecards by Susie Riehl Each notecard has a watercolor design of a quilt accented with an Amish doll. The full-color paintings were done by Lancaster Co., Pa., Amish artist Susie Riehl. Two of each of the four designs. (8/pkg. with envelopes.) $6.50 2483. On the Backroad to Heaven: Old Order Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and Brethren by Donald B. Kraybill and Carl F. Bowman Following a general introduction to Old Order culture, the authors show how each group uses a different strategy to create and sustain its identity. Answers are provided for many puzzling questions. These groups also raise fundamental questions about the nature of human society--particularly about the interplay between the individual and the group. (330pp. index. illus. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.) soft cover, $16.95; hardcover, $29.95 10. Our People: The Amish and Mennonites of Ohio by Levi Miller This revised third edition, captures the spirit, beliefs, and history of Ohio's Amish and Mennonite communities. Dress and simplicity, German and English, war and peace, farming and professions, education and schools, their rich heritage and character, and their firmly held customs and beliefs. (64pp. Herald Press, 2004.) $7.99 1408. Pennsylvania Folk Art of Samuel L. Plank compiled by James and Vivian Bonson This is a colorful collection of folk art objects made by Amishman Samuel L. Plank who was born in Mifflin Co., Pa., and also lived in Juniata Co., Pa., and McLean Co., Ill. (67pp. illus. hardcover. Kishacoquillas Valley Historical Society, 1994.) $29.95

787. Pennsylvania School History, 1690-1990 by the Lapp family This history of the Pa. Amish schools begins with the history of how Pa. was founded, where and how the school movement expanded, the many influences that developed the public school movement, detailed history of early one-room schools and then leads up to the 1950 school problems when a number of plain people--mostly Amish--were jailed. (655pp. hardcover. index. Lapps, 1991.) $32.75 824. The Peter Leibundgutt Journal by Lois Ann Mast Amishman Peter Leibundgutt/ Livengood (d. 1826) kept an interesting financial journal of personal and business transactions between 1758 and 1824. A weaver, Peter is thought to be the first Amishman to go by Conestoga wagon across the Allegheny Mountains to settle in what is now Elk Lick, Somerset Co., Pa. This journal is transcribed here along with an introduction, a listing of Peter's descendants for three generations (Beachy, Breneisen, Fike, Forney, Haag, Hardman, Kepple, Miller, Saylor, and Yoder). (118pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 1991.) $9.00 1361. Plain and Amish: An Alternative to Modern Pessimism by Bernd G. Längin Combines sprightly sketches of Amish origins with charming reports of Längin's months of living with an Amish family in Ind. A prize-winning journalist and native of Germany, Längin explains many aspects of Amish life because of his grasp of their Swiss-German language and their European customs. (416pp. Herald Press, 1994.) $17.99 11. Plain Buggies, Amish, Mennonite and Brethren Horse-Drawn Transportation by Stephen Scott A fascinating, thorough explanation of why nearly 100,000 persons in North America refuse to drive cars for religious reasons, who they are, where they live, and the ninety-some variations of vehicles. More than 100 photos. Revised. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1997.) $6.95 1400. Proceedings of the Conference Tradition and Transition, An Amish Mennonite Heritage of Obedience, 1693-1993 Topics of the Oct. 1993 Conference held in Metamora, Ill., are given here and include Ont. Amish Mennonites, Johannes Burkhalter, common origins of Mennonites and Amish, Joseph Joder, and more. (241pp. Ill. Menn. Hist. & Gen. Soc., 1993.) $10.00 683. The Puzzles of Amish Life by Donald B. Kraybill The unique blend of old and new in Amish life baffles us. These perplexing puzzles, however, are quite reasonable when pieced together in the context of Amish history. Many of the puzzles are practical, cultural compromises--bargains that the Amish have struck between traditional ways and powerful forces of modernization. (112pp. illus. Good Books, 1990.) $7.95 396. The Riddle of Amish Culture by Donald B. Kraybill Many changes have occurred in the Amish community since the first edition was published in 1989. In this revised edition, Kraybill incorporates new demographic research and new interviews he has conducted among the Amish. He also includes a new chapter describing Amish recreation and social gatherings. (400pp. illus. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2001.) $15.95 2031. Scratching the Woodchuck: Nature on an Amish Farm by David Kline A sparkling new collection of essays on nature, farming, animals, and a host of other topics that draw avid attention and seemingly limitless delight. Some chapter titles are Moles, Night-crawlers, Birds' Nests, The Joy of Butterflies, Weasel, Woolly Worms, Winter Solstice, Weather Lore, Snakes Alive, Wild Count, Fall Mushrooms, Northern Lights, Sharing Work With Children. (205pp. The University of Georgia Press, 1997.) $16.95

2136. Songs of the Ausbund edited by Edward Kline Exact, literal English translations of 69 Ausbund hymns used in Amish worship services. It also explains the origin and significance of the Ausbund, of each song and its writer (if known), and of the tune for the songs. By providing a translation of the sometimes difficult German of the Ausbund, this book makes available to a larger audience the message of the Ausbund. Read about the convictions and faith, as well as the trials and persecutions of early Anabaptists. (376pp. Carlisle Press, 1998.) $26.45 1245. Stories Behind the News by David Wagler Contains 44 short stories by an Amish newspaper reporter. Topics include gardening, fire prevention, health, animal rights, Amish in Europe, history of Amish music, "water-witching," "Buggy Driving Safety Course," and more. (512pp. hardcover. Brookside Pub., 1993.) $12.50 2830. Tennessee John Stoltzfus: Amish ChurchRelated Documents and Family Letters by Paton Yoder The translated letters (1832-1887) by and to John Stoltzfus as well as documents usher readers into the mid-19th-century world where a Great Schism occurred among the Amish as the line between compromise and rejection of religious conviction was passionately debated. This reveals a communication network stretching from Pa. to Ohio to Ind. to Iowa to Tenn. where rural settings depict Amish folkways and family life. (296pp. hardcover. Herald Press, 2004 reprint.) $24.95 2520. Tobias of the Amish by Ervin R. Stutzman This book grew out of a son's loving desire to know his father, an Amish entrepreneur, Tobias J. Stutzman, who died in a car accident when son, Ervin, was three. Ervin delved into a pool of communal memory and peeked into closets with shelves of family secrets. (352pp. illus. Herald Press, 2001.) $15.99 1164. Tricentennial Amish Tour in 1993 compiled by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast This illustrated journal is a diary of the "1993 Amish Heritage Tour" led by Lemar and Lois Ann Mast as 40 persons visited Switzerland, France, and Germany, as well as attended the French Mennonite-sponsored international conference commemorating the 300th anniversary of the Amish Movement. (26pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1993.) $5.00 14. Twenty Most Asked Questions About the Amish and Mennonites by Merle and Phyllis Good Explains and defines many of the practices, beliefs, and traditions of the various Old Order groups. Authoritative, sympathetic, and thorough, this popular paperback looks at origins, dress, pacifism, education, weddings, funerals, etc. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1979.) $6.95 1527. Two Amish Folk Artists: The Story of Henry Lapp and Barbara Ebersol by Louise Stoltzfus Engaging story of late 19th-century Old Order Amish folk artists who lived within a mile of each other in Lancaster Co., Pa.: Henry Lapp (1862-1904) built simple, yet beautiful, pieces of furniture and painted exquisite watercolors; and Barbara Ebersol (1846-1922) spent most of her life working as a seamstress and created fraktur bookplates. (119pp. illus. Good Books, 1995.) $19.95 2735. Weavertown Church History by Aaron Lapp, Jr. An interesting chronicle that traces this Beachy Amish church in Lancaster Co., Pa., giving its history from 1909, and highlighting the important issues that the church faced. Lapp provides interesting accounts of church beginnings, records, and photos. The history of the Pequea and Mine Road congregations are also included since they were an outgrowth of Weavertown. (301pp. illus. hardcover. 2003.) $20.00 15. Why Do They Dress That Way? by Stephen Scott Scott traces the historic origins and offers the religious basis with Biblical references of Amish dress. A chapter titled "My Path to Plainness" describes Scott's own journey from his conversion as a Baptist to joining with the Old Order River Brethren. (160pp. illus. Good Books, 1997.) $7.95

1945. Why Some Amish Communities Fail: Extinct Settlements, 1961-1996 by David Luthy Nine leading causes of failure are identified with an example of a former Amish community given for each. (25pp. Pathway Pub., 1997.) $1.95 3009. Writing the Amish; The Worlds of John A. Hostetler edited by David L. Weaver-Zercher Four reflective essays by Donald Kraybill, Simon Bronner, David Weaver-Zercher, and John A. Hostetler himself are in the first half of the book about Hostetler. The second half reprints in chronological order fourteen key writings by Hostetler with commentaries and annotations by Weaver-Zercher. (351pp. illus. hardcover. Pa. German Soc., 2005.) $35.00

the Dialogues Between Anabaptists and Reformers," this book is available for the first time in English and provides a unique perspective on Anabaptist origins. Yoder shares his historical research in uncovering the many dialogues between the earliest Anabaptists and the Swiss Reformers. (509pp. index. Pandora Press, 2004.) $42.00 3107. Anabaptist and Reformed Walking Tours of the Cities of Zürich and Bern, Switzerland, Volume 1 by Samuel E. Wenger This Anabaptist and Reformed walking tour guide for Bern and Zürich, Switzerland, provides a number of sites to see along with stories and glimpses of history dating back to the 1500s. Photos, illustrations, directions, maps, and stories, this is a wonderful reference for anyone whether you travel to Switzerland or not. (152pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 2006.) $14.00 1778. Anabaptist Timeline compiled by Verna Schlabach Timeline begins in 1525 in Switzerland, Netherlands, Austria, and Germany and continues through 2000. Years Significant to Anabaptist history are noted, including migrations and church beginnings for groups such as New/Old Order Amish, Apostolic Christian, Mennonite, Brethren in Christ, Evangelical Mennonite Church, General Conference, and Hutterites. (illus. chart, 11 3/4" x 25 3/4" laminated card stock.) $6.50 (plus $1.00 extra shipping) 2470. Anabaptist Visions for the New Millennium: A Search for Identity edited by Dale Schrag and James Juhnke Papers presented at a symposium entitled An Anabaptist Vision For the New Millennium: A Search for Identity, held at Bethel College, June 15-18, 2000. Writers such as C. Arnold Snyder, Ray Gingerich, Ruth Suter, Marlene Kropf, John Rempel, Linford Stutzman, and others covers topics such as a search for identity, theology and church, engaging the world, new voices, worship, and mission and evangelism. (237pp. Pandora Press, 2001.) $22.50 19. Becoming Anabaptist by J. Denny Weaver The story of the beginning of the Anabaptist movement and how it is relevant to us today, this book traces the Swiss, South German Moravian, and Dutch Anabaptist movements. Weaver maintains that in spite of the geographical and theological diversity that existed from the beginning in the Anabaptist movement, an authentic theological legacy exists today. (176pp. Herald Press, 1987.) $14.99 21. The Complete Works of Menno Simon Translated from the original Dutch and then published in 1871 by John F. Funk, this encyclopedic volume was reprinted in 198. Menno Simon(s) was the outstanding Anabaptist leader during the 16th century. His followers became known as Mennonites. (740pp. hardcover. Pathway Pub., 1983.) $17.50 2935. Dirk Willems Print 18 x 24 art print on heavy stock Probably no scene from The Martyrs Mirror is quite as memorable as that of Dirk Willems turning to save the life of the drowning deputy who had been sent to arrest him. Despite his act of Christian love, the Catholic authorities still ordered Willems to be burned at the stake. This oil painting is printed on 80# card stock and is suitable for framing or can be hung as a poster. (Scroll pub., 2004.) $6.95 (plus an additional $2.00 for flat shipping) (2941. Postcards of above print are available) 35¢ each 2585. Engaging Anabaptism edited by John D. Roth Thirteen Protestant and Catholic scholars reflect on how their understandings of the Christian faith have been shaped by their encounter with the AnabaptistMennonite tradition. Subtitled "Conversations with a Radical Tradition." (216pp. Herald Press, 2002.) $19.99 2660. From Anabaptist Seed by C.A. Snyder Subtitled "The Historical Care of Anabaptist Identity," this booklet clearly explains the most important beliefs of Anabaptism in a simple and concise manner. (54pp. Pandora Press, 1999.) $5.00

2015. Handbook to the Anabaptist Hymnal by Clarence Y. Fretz Contains interesting background information on every song in the Anabaptist Hymnal. The Anabaptists did not compose music for their hymns, but used well-known, singable melodies then in use. This explains why the life story of composers receives less attention than the life of writers of the hymn texts. Contains index of Authors, Translators and Verifiers, Composers and Sources, German Titles, and First Lines. (115pp. Author, 1989.) $7.95 2755. Hans Landis; Swiss Anabaptist Martyr in Seventeenth Century Documents by James Lowry Hans Landis, a rugged Anabaptist farmer living near Zurich, Switzerland, was executed for his faith in 1614. This book offers new information about the work, court-trials, and death of Hans Landis, as well as an insight into the religious, social, and political atmosphere of that time. His story is briefly given in the Martyr's Mirror and in a martyr ballad in the Ausbund. (248pp. illus. hardcover. Ohio Amish Lib., 2003.) $14.95 2786. In God's Image: A Global Anabaptist Family by Ray Dirks, compiler Art, photos, and stories of shared faith from 17 countries broadly cover all major regions of the world where Anabaptists live today. The photos highlight the everyday life of faith, work, family, and friends. Together the art and photos portray the backbone of church and community, the ordinary people. This is a beautiful, full-color, coffee-table book. (148pp. illus. Herald Press, 2003.) $24.99 2156. In the Whale's Belly by James W. Lowry The title of this book comes from a Christian prisoner's description of the deep dungeon of a castle. Be challenged as you read selected stories that are retold from the Martyrs Mirror of men and women who stood firm in their faith despite intense persecution and death. Most of the stories are from the time of the Reformation, and engravings also from that same time. (130pp. illus. Christian Light Pub., 1981.) $6.95 2666. Keeper of Hearts by Dianne Christner It is 1545, a dangerous time for Anabaptists, and Anna van Vissers despises Menno Simons and the other heretics who caused her father's death! Caught in a storm of rebellion, Anna faces the choice of faith and love. Who will keep Anna's heart? This is an intriguing story of romance and religious politics during a most difficult era. (304pp. Herald Press, 2002.) $14.99 2022. Landis German Song compiled by Nadine D. Holder, and trans. by Helen Bethel A 46-stanza song was written centuries ago about the last Anabaptist martyr--Hans Landis--who was drowned in the Limmat River in Zürich, Switzerland. This song tells about Hans Landis who left four children and a 60-year-old widow behind when he was executed. The song is sung in German yet today by the Old Oder Amish. (words only) (42pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1998.) $4.95 25. Martyrs Mirror by Thieleman J. van Braght This well-known record of how Christians from the first century lived their faith is traced through the centuries up through the 16th century when the Anabaptist persecutions took place. Here are stories of men and women who died for their belief. A challenge! (1,158pp. hardcover. Herald Press, 1938. Please add an extra $2.00 for postage.) $45.00. 1881. The Martyrs Mirror Made Plain: How to Study and Profit From the Martyrs Mirror by James Lowry At last, a guide to help you become familiar with Martyrs Mirror (see #25). Twelve chapters form a basic study guide. Includes two reading lists from the Martyrs Mirror with further studies on nonresistance, . . . (152pp. illus. index. Deutsche Buch., 1997.) $5.95

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2441. Anabaptist Chronology (Chart) by Richard Cryer Timeline from 1500 to 2000 showing the beginning of the Reformation, Anabaptists, Hutterites, Brethren, Quakers, various Mennonite groups, Amish, and more. Along the timeline appear references to Longenecker family members since Cryer is editor of the Longenecker Family Newsletter. (laminated chart. 11" x 17". Compiler, 2000.) $6.00 1602. Anabaptist Currents: History in Conversation With the Present edited by Carl F. Bowman and Stephen L. Longenecker Read what 22 Brethren and Mennonite scholars write about eleven topics. Each topic, or "conversation," includes one historical essay and one that focuses toward the future. Topics include sin, salvation, scripture, worship, communion (including feet-washing), language and symbolism, nonconformity, membership, the ministry, yieldedness, and mission. (319pp. Forum for Religious Studies, 1995.) $16.95 2745. Anabaptist Families From Langnau, Switzerland, 1749-1875 by Monty C. Peden This unique collection covers 232 Anabaptist families who were forced to leave Langnau, Switzerland, and settle in the Bishopric of Basel, Switzerland, where they lived for a number of generations. In 1791, these families requested and were permitted to retain their Heimat at Langnau where they and their descendants were recorded in an old church register. There are birth dates for parents and children, marriage dates, names of grandparents, places of residence, death dates, spouses of children, and spouses' Heimat. Families: Aeschlimann, Augsburger, Baumgartner, Blaser, Burkhalter, Burki, Gerber, Hofer, Hofstetter, Kipfer, Leeman/Lehman, Moser, Neuenschwander, Rothlisberger, and Schwartz. (126pp. index. Masthof Press, 2003.) $14.99 1812. Anabaptist History and Theology: An Introduction by C. Arnold Snyder This is a good survey of the latest scholarly literature providing an original and creative synthesis. (434pp. illus. index. Pandora Press, 1995.) $39.95 16. Anabaptist Letters From 1635 to 1645: Translation From the Ausbund by John Kauffman These forty letters were written by suffering Anabaptists from Switzerland to their sympathetic brethren in Holland. An interesting note is that they contain many typical Mennonite names as we have them in the U.S. today. A few names can be found in the Martyrs Mirror. (29pp. Martha K. Weaver, 1994.) $4.00 354. Anabaptist-Mennonite Names in Switzerland by Isaac Zurcher and translated by Hannes Maria Aleman Reprinted from the October 1988 Mennonite Quarterly review, this informative article will be of interest to many researchers. The index includes names such as Albrecht, Amstutz, Bausmann, Bucher, Fischer, Graf, Landis, Meyer, Steiner, Weber, and Zimmerman. (35pp. MQR, 1988.) $6.75 3032. Anabaptism and Reformation in Switzerland by John Howard Yoder Subtitled "An Historical and Theological Analysis of

1644. Menno Simons Commemorative Fraktur Full-color poster marks the 500th anniversary of Menno Simons' birth at Pingjum in Friesland. Prominently featured is a 1552 quotation from Menno on Jesus Christ as the "Prince of Peace." Traditional Pa. fraktur tulips and birds, with sketches of the church of Menno's first priestly charge at Pingjum and the "cottage" of his old age near Lubeck, Germany, embellish the design. The border contains Menno's favorite scripture--1 Corinthians 3:11--in Dutch, German, English, and Spanish. (15" x 18". Historical Committee of the Mennonite Church, 1996. mailed rolled.) $25.00 (Plus an additional $1.00 for shipping.) 1645. Menno Simons Commemorative Fraktur Notecards by Roma J. Ruth Notecards featuring a portion of the commemorative poster (#1644) marking the anniversary of Menno Simons' birth in 1496. (4 notecards/envelopes. illus. Historical Committee of the Mennonite Church, 1996.) $3.00 1973. Menno Simons: "Confession" and the New Birth translated and edited by Irvin B. Horst A powerful introduction to Menno Simons, a major Anabaptist leader and possibly the greatest figure of the Dutch Reformation. This readable volume makes vital Anabaptist sources available not only for scholarly examination but also for congregational study and for personal reflection. (53pp. hardcover with dust jacket. Lancaster Mennonite Historical Society, 1996.) $9.95 1673. Menno Simons: Places, Portraits, and Progeny This handsome volume traces the footsteps of Menno Simons (visual chronicle of his life, 1496-1561); covers the many faces of Menno (over 80 different paintings); and a visual history of the first 200 years of the Dutch Mennonites and their changing positions in society. Vivid martyr scenes are followed by rare paintings that ridicule Menno and the Mennonites. (168pp. color illus. hardcover with jacket, 1996.) $45.00 677. Mirror of the Martyrs by Robert S. Kreider and John S. Oyer Some four centuries ago, thousands of Christians died because they dared to refuse to join the state church in medieval Europe. These believers, known as Anabaptists, died public, terrible deaths as martyrs. Many of those scenes were etched on copper plates by Jan Luyken, a Dutch artist who worked in the late 1660s. Thirty of those etchings are reproduced here accompanied by courageous stories in a readable style. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1990.) $9.95 2981. Mirror of the Reformation by Titus B. Hoover, Sr. In an effort to share the beliefs and teachings of early Anabaptist leaders, this book includes chapters on the ban, shunning, baptism, Menno Simons, co-elders of Menno Simons, Dirk Philips, etc. (90pp. Author.) $4.95 1465. Praying With the Anabaptists: The Secret of Bearing Fruit by Marlene Kropf and Eddy Hall Prayer and a close relationship with God are central to a fruitful Christian life. This book offers 15 meditations and guided prayer exercises that provide directions for deepening a life of prayer for individuals or small groups. Each meditation includes a selected biblical text with reflection, words from the early Anabaptists, a hymn, martyr's prayer, and a guided prayer. (176pp. Faith and Life Press, 1994.) $12.99 1845. Profiles of Anabaptist Women: SixteenthCentury Reforming Pioneers by C. Arnold Snyder and Linda A. Huebert Hecht, Editors Provides lively, well-researched profiles of the courageous women who chose to risk persecution and martyrdom to pursue this unsanctioned religion--a religion that, unlike the established religions of the day, initially offered them opportunity and encouragement to proselytize. Derived from 16th-century government record and court testimonies, hymns, and poems, these profiles provide a panorama of life and faith experiences of women from Switzerland, Germany, Holland, and Austria. (438pp. illus. Wilfrid Laurier Univ. Press, 1996.) $32.95

2466. The Radicals (video) An unbelievable story of the beginning of the Anabaptists--the story of Michael and Margaretha Sattler and the beginnings of the Anabaptist movement in 16thcentury Europe. Michael was a monk and Margaretha a nun. Their brief marriage was ended when Michael was burned at the stake and Margaretha was drowned in May 1527 due to a faith that stood up to the most frightening atrocities. Challenges your own faith! (Gateway Films, 1989.) $24.99 2890. The Radicals (DVD. 2004) $29.99 2729. Reading the Anabaptist Bible ed. by C. Arnold Snyder and Galen Peters Reflections for every day of the year, these daily Bible readings are drawn from the passages selected by Swiss Anabaptists in their published collection of 1540. Paired with Anabaptist testimonies, this is a unique devotional source! (416pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $33.00 644. The Swiss Anabaptists: A Brief Summary of Their History and Beliefs An excellent method for studying Anabaptist history at home or in the classroom. Each chapter contains questions for discussion and for further study, vocabulary words, bibliography, and sources. Maps of Switzerland, Bern, and the Alsace are also included. (121pp. Eastern Menn. Pub., 1990.) $6.50 2504. Täuferhöle, Anabaptist Cave, Wappenswil, Switzerland by Greg Yoder The Täuferhöle (Anabaptist Cave) in Switzerland was the meeting place for local Anabaptists to worship undetected by the authorities hunting for them. Undocumented tradition tells us that as many as eighty persons worshipped in this cave as the waterfall overhead drowned out the singing. This full-color, hand-numbered, limited edition, watercolor art print is 12" x 15" in size (actual size with border is 18" x 22"). (full-color.) $25.00 (plus $6.00 shipping) 2462. "They Harry the Good People Out of the Land": Essays on the Persecution, Survival, and Flourishing of Anabaptists and Mennonites by John S. Oyer, edited by John D. Roth These essays represent a lifetime of research and reflection, ranging from topics in 16th-century Anabaptism (historiography, recantation, hymnody, congregational life, martyrdom), to Amish history and theology, to autobiographical reflections on life in a Civilian Public Service camp during World War II. (331pp. index. Mennonite Hist. Soc., 2000.) $12.00 3116. A Tour of Ten Important Anabaptist and Reformed Sites in Rural Switzerland, Volume 2 by Samuel E. Wenger Ten sites are identified to prepare you to visit: Zollikon farmhouse where the first Anabaptists were baptized; Hirzel, the home of the Landis, Bauman, and Brubaker families; Täuferhöle (Anabaptist Cave); Schallenberg Pass and Schinegg (Wenger family); Würzbrunnen Kirche; Täuferversteck; Kapelle Kehr Altevangelische Taufgesinnten-Gemeinde and Dürsrüti; Trachselwald Castle and prison; Hans Haslibacher Hof; Thun Castle; Rablock Cave near Joders Hübel; and more. (192pp illus. index. Masthof Press, 2006.) $18.00 2977. Unlocking Our Inheritance; Spiritual Keys to Recovering the Treasures of Anabaptism by Janet Keller Richards If you have ever wondered whether your heritage impacts your spiritual growth, this book is for you. Its concepts reveal how the blessings and weaknesses of the past flow down through the ages to our present day. These are powerful insights of truth to help Anabaptists better understand the positive and negative aspects of our heritage today and then release them into the radical inheritance that is ours. God can and is restoring the love and spiritual fervor of the early Anabaptists! A must for anyone who has Anabaptist ancestors. (347pp. Author, 2005.) $15.00

2793. Who Are the Anabaptists? Amish, Brethren, Hutterites, and Mennonites by Donald B. Kraybill The Anabaptists of North America sport an amazing spectrum of religious and cultural diversity--from communal Hutterites to urban Mennonites, from lowtech Amish to acculturated Brethren. Counting more than 6,000 congregations and 100 different groups, the Anabaptists are known for their strong commitments to peacemaking, service, and community. In this concise text, a leading scholar of Anabaptist communities provides a sweeping overview of their beliefs and practices as well as their similarities and differences. (48pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $7.99 2932. Will the Real Heretics Please Stand Up? by David W. Bercot Subtitled "A New Look at Today's Evangelical Church in the Light of Early Christianity," the author takes you on a journey back to the end of the first century to see what the first Christians believed and practiced at the close of the age of the apostles. A history book in one sense, it also provides a look at the problems facing the church today. Includes a section on the Anabaptists. (180pp. Scroll Pub., 1999.) $8.95 3061. Viewing New Creations With Anabaptist Eyes--Ethics of Biotechnology ed. by Roman J. Miller, Beryl H. Brubaker, and James C. Peterson A dialogue between scientists and theologically informed Christians from the Anabaptist tradition, these essays are on genetics and biotechnology from an Anabaptist perspective. (308pp. illus. Cascadia, 2005.) $23.95

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3084. Affair of the Heart by Carol Duerksen and Maynard Knepp After a tumultuous music career and the death of her twin sister Angela, Skye Martin just wanted to settle into a peaceful life among the Amish in Kansas, but after marrying Bo, she finds herself in a complicated situation with Amishman Ezra Yoder. (167pp. Willowspring Downs, 1998.) $9.9 2108. Amos H. Funk: My Life and Love for the Land by Amos H. Funk A red raspberry is named for him! The preservation and conservation of Pennsylvania's glorious farmland is due to him. Learn to know Amos Funk of Millersville, Pa., in the personal stories, speeches he has given, and articles written about him. This will certainly inspire future generations to continue the important mission of preservation of our prime farmland. (282pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $19.95 2710. Annie's Day of Light by Romaine Stauffer This historical fiction about Annie who was born in a Mennonite home in Ind. takes the reader eastward in 1892 when eight-year-old Annie and her family return to their native Lancaster Co., Pa. The rapidly changing world shaped by two World Wars, a Great Depression, two divisions in her Mennonite church, and a multitude of scientific discoveries and inventions, revolutionized the everyday lives of these ordinary people. Travel through sorrow and joy, poverty and prosperity, sickness and health, disappointment and triumph. (634pp. Author, 2003.) $12.99 2991. Another Hand on Mine; The Amazing Story of Dr. Carl K. Becker, the Pennsylvania Doctor Who Gave Up Everything to Become a Missionary Doctor in Congo by William J. Petersen This inspiring story of a Lancaster Co., Pa., native, despite all odds, dreamed of going to medical school and ended up deep in the heart of Congo's Ituri forest amidst witch doctors, superstitions, and rampant leprosy. Read of many answered prayers! (229pp. illus. Author, 2005 reprint of 1967 ed.) $14.99 2983. Aren't We Having Fun Dying?! by Gertrude M. Slabach

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Mom Slabach found out she was dying of cancer and shares her story here with love and power! Walk with her through her pain and calling out to God right up to Heaven's door. The story's candor and transparency certainly contribute to its power. (136pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $12.95 1253. Barbara: Sarah's Legacy by James Yoder The dramatic saga of the Yoder women continues in this sequel to Sarah of the Border Wars (#1159). Stubborn and determined to follow God's call, Barbara alone manages the farm left by her parents. She soon learns the price of faithfulness may be high as World War I breaks across the peaceful Mennonite-Amish community. (175pp. Faith and Life Press, 1994.) $9.95 2686. Beechwood Acres by Carrie Bender Kermit and Joy move to Beechwood Acres only to discover that someone is living in an old abandoned range shelter on their property. Then there is the visit from Joy's great-grandmother who brought a journal written by her mother when she lived in Lancaster Co., Pa., in the 1700s. Read about the Indian settlement near Weber's Thal; a man who weighed 400 pounds and built a cart because he was too heavy to ride a horse only to discover that the church leaders felt it was too worldly; and the Settlement of the Solitary (later called Ephrata Cloister) who claimed local Mennonites. Would it claim Feronica, or would she marry Yockel, her Mennonite sweetheart. Tears of joy and sorrow bring the reader to an unexpected ending! (136pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2003.) $7.95 2993. Beside the Still Waters by Grace Wenger Ebersole A collection of devotional meditations on the experiences of this mother/grandmother living near Chambersburg, Pa. They share her own life coupled with Scripture and provide insights and encouragement for your daily walk with God. (60pp. Author, 2005.) $8.00 2771. The Betrayal by Beverly Lewis This is the second installment of the fictional "Abram's Daughters" series, based on four Amish sisters living in Lancaster Co., Pa. The Betrayal continues the journey began in The Covenant (#2631). After Jonas leaves for Ohio to work as a carpenter's apprentice, Leah hopes their relationship will endure, but she finds herself challenged by an unexpected test facing their families. (358pp. Bethany House Pub., 2003.) $12.99 2833. Betty Girl and Other Animal Stories compiled by Carrie Bender Thirty plus Amish and Mennonites have shared their personal experiences in these true stories about playful and adventurous animals! Read about Anna whose horse "Betty Girl" could run like the wind; Blind Shirley's seeing eye horse who always knew when Sunday arrived; a ram who pulled off a girl's prayer kapp and ate it; a peacock who would not sleep with his mate when he lost his tail feather; a banty hen who crowed like a rooster; and "Jimmy" the crow who could talk and laugh and imitate fighting tomcats. (124pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2004.) $7.95 2192. Birch Hollow Schoolmarm by Carrie Bender Although she is well-loved, Dora, the sixteen-year-old adopted daughter of Miriam and Nate Kauffman, begins to feel the need to break away from the constrictions of Amish life. A serious accident brings her to her senses. Wanting a new start, Dora accepts a job teaching in an Amish school in Minn., where she begins to find true contentment. (192pp. illus. Herald Press, 1999.) $8.99 2443. A Bit of Heaven on the Conestoga by Lois Martin Zook

A story of the early Mennonite settlers of Lancaster Co., Pa. Zook focuses on the families of Hans Ulrich Huber/Hoover and Hans Graf/Groff but also includes Alexander Mack, Conrad Beissel, Indians, Eberlys, Wengers, Sauers, and others of the early 1700s. Drawings of tools and household furnishings as well as maps of the time period illustrate the book. Photos show artifacts that were used by the early settlers and preserved at the Muddy Creek Farm Library. (162pp. illus. Author, 2001.) $7.95 2955. The Books of Ruth by Victoria Matishen Relive the 20th century through the writings of a remarkable woman who kept diaries for decades since she was 19 years old. Follow Ruth Agnes (Lehman) Landis as a pioneer aviator from her second-story porch in rural Ind. until a nonagenarian as she rejoices in the Voyager landing. This true story of a Mennonite farmer's wife is delightful. (288pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $20.00 3186. The Brethren by Beverly Lewis Final book in the "Annie's People Series," this continues the story of Preacher's daughter, Annie Zook, who wishes she could ride the next cart out of Paradise. Instead, she moves in with her shunned friend, Esther, with a houseful of young children and husband, Zeke. Startling news turns the brethren upside down! (350pp. Bethany House, 2006.) $13.99 2654. Calm Before the Storm by Janice Dick This unique story of endurance and courage sheds light on the plight of Russian Mennonites. It is a sweeping tale of love and loss carrying the reader to other times and places--international intrigue at its best. (368pp. Herald Press, 2002.) $14.99 697. Chariots in the Smoke by Margaret Epp A fictional account which traces the history of one Anabaptist family from the time of the Reformation to the present. Filled with tense drama, romance, suffering, and excitement. (380pp. Kindred Press, 1990.) $12.95 2112. Christian Newcomer Letters by Jonas and Marie Eby Christian Newcomer was a minister in the Stouffer Mennonite Church in Washington Co., Maryland. His third son moved from the area to Ohio in 1833. Through letters written from father to son, learn of events in their lives from 1834-1844. Also in this publication are genealogical records of Newcomers and related families, including Shank, the family of Christian's wife, Anna. (45pp. Authors, 1998.) $5.95 458. The Christmas Surprise by Ruth Nulton Moore A girl survives an Indian raid in 18th-century Pennsylvania and discovers the way of peace as taught by the Moravians. The author is a former schoolteacher who has written 17 books. (159pp. Herald Press, 1989.) $7.99 1125. Christopher Dock, Colonial Schoolmaster: The Biography and Writings of Christopher Dock by Gerald C. Studer A paperback edition of a 1967 book by Gerald C. Studer. Dock's biography along with his classic book for educators, School Management; excerpts from Spiritual Magazine; and many illustrations bring to life Christopher Dock. (448pp. Herald Press, 1993.) $19.99 2366. Chronicles of Grace by Grace Ebersole A journal of Grace Ebersole's journey through life expressing her thoughts and prayers as she trys to understand and accept circumstances beyond her control. She found solace and stability through Bible reading, prayer, and journaling as she grappled with the stress of motherhood, death, illness, and the disabilities of a handicapped daughter. (208pp. Author, 2000.) $9.95 1489. Coals of Fire by Elizabeth H. Bauman Here are seventeen true stories about returning love for hate, good for evil. They come from various times and countries, to show the universal power of Christian love. How would you respond to soldiers with rifles demanding money; officials punishing you for not joining the army; a gang killing your family and burning your cabin? (127pp. illus. Herald Press, 1954.) $7.99

2655. Come, Daddy's Having a Stroke by Mabel Musser Stauffer Your life will be changed after reading this touching TRUE story of a Lancaster Co., Pa., family who experienced their husband and father suffering mini strokes and ultimately a major stroke. What does a family do to pull together and answer the many questions that arise after a major life change resulting in a stroke? What should you tell people who grieve and sympathize for you and your children and grandchildren? Life does change, but God provides the needed grace required to continue facing life. (85pp. illus. Author, 2002.) $7.95 1659. A Community of Memory--My Days With George and Clara by Jeff Gundy In this fascinating series of narratives, many voices of Jeff Gundy's Amish and Mennonite forebears trace their paths and chronicle their lives. Women and men speak in these pages, telling their stories and linking themselves to each other, the past, and the present. (159pp. Univ. of Illinois Press, 1996.) $15.95 2828. Compelled By Love; A Story of Grace and Love by Jim Lines Compelled by Love is a true story that will touch your heart and bring tears to your eyes. Through their concern for one little boy in a chaotic family situation, a middle-aged couple ultimately brought the Gospel to Italy and beyond. What is world missions? It could be a little boy right next door! (48pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2004.) $5.99 1952. The Confession by Beverly Lewis In this dramatic sequel to The Shunning (#1898), Katie Lapp (now Katherine Mayfield) sets out to find the ailing birth mother she has never known after experiencing the painful and frightening ordeal of shunning from her close-knit Amish family in Lancaster Co., Pa. (286pp. Bethany House, 1997.) $12.99 2859. The Cost of Passage by Heather Tekavec This historical novel is about 14-year-old Anna in Russia who wants her family to leave the devastating civil war, food shortages, and terrifying anarchists, to move to Canada. As she struggles to raise the cost of passage to Canada and help keep her family together and safe, she faces countless setbacks, tragedies, and heartaches. (118pp. Herald Press, 2004.) $12.99 2631. The Covenant by Beverly Lewis First installment of "Abram's Daughters" series, this fiction story is based on four Amish sisters living in Lancaster Co., Pa. Meet Leah who helps her father plow the fields (no sons in this family) and Sadie who is in the middle of rumschpringe (the no-rules teen years) whose freedom turns to sorrow as she is forced to keep a painful secret. But she's not the first . . . in fact, years of secrecy bind this community together . . . and there's only One who is powerful enough to set them free. (336pp. Bethany House Pub., 2002.) $12.99 2912. Crazy Quilt; Pieces of a Mennonite Life by Cynthia Yoder At age twenty-six and grappling with depression, Cynthia leaves her husband of two years and their life in N.Y.C. to search for meaning that takes her back to her Mennonite roots. As she listens to her aging grandparents, Yoder understands what she needs to do to save herself and her marriage. (188pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $14.95 2256. The Crossroad by Beverly Lewis This sequel to The Postcard (#11) continues the story of a New York journalist who had visited Lancaster Co., Pa., where he had met Amish Rachel Yoder and her little daughter, Annie. After returning to New York, journalist Philip Bradley could not forget Rachel's way of life and her cheerful Christian witness amidst his hectic deadlines and fast-paced lifestyle. (312pp. Bethany House, 1999.) $11.99 2172. Daniel by Mary Christner Borntrager An Amish community is shocked when Hildie Weaver disappears, leaving her husband, Daniel, and her young children behind. Ellie's grandson, Daniel, struggles to care for his family on the farm while working at a second job at the local foundry, a necessity to survive. This leads to events which put him at odds with the

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Amish church and he is shunned. Sequel to Ellie (#8) and Rebecca and Rachel. (160pp. Herald Press, 1991.) $8.99 2194. The Dark Sun Rises by Denise Williamson A powerful story of struggle and faith that is both challenging and uplifting as readers encounter the cultural patterns and racial hues of America's early history. It is Joseph's life, through pain, humiliation, and courage, that transforms the lives of his masters, his fellow slaves, and the beautiful housemaid, Rosa, who discovers the unconditional love of God. But will Joseph's hope of a future--of freedom--ever be realized? (480pp. illus. Bethany House Pub., 1999.) $11.99 698. The Deacon by Myron Augsburger and Marcia Augsburger Kincannon This historical novel tells the story of Elizabeth Dirks, an Anabaptist martyr who lived and died in the Netherlands in the 16th century. Her story is an inspiration to all. Left as an orphan at a convent, trained as a nun, Elizabeth questioned the meaning of life until she found satisfaction and eternal joy and life in a personal relationship with Christ. This brought her into direct conflict with her superiors and her church training. Elizabeth's eagerness to serve Christ eventually led to her martyrdom. (133pp. Kindred Press, 1990.) $7.95 2008. Dear God, I'm Only A Boy by Menno Duerksen The author's growing up years as the oldest son in a Mennonite farm family in western Okla., in the years preceding and during the Great Depression includes childhood stories; his teenage years as a mechanic's apprentice; his struggle to come to terms with the vindictive religion of his stern, whip-wielding father; incidents from Duerksen's years as a reporter in Europe after World War II. The book ends with the poignant story of his first wife's death and a "miracle" which brought a new romance. (406pp. Wordsworth, 1995.) $17.95 2858. Dearest Carrie; The Civil War Romance of a Myerstown Girl and a New Hampshire Boy by Richard Long A unique true love story based on a letter and a picture between Civil War Veteran George W. Ladd from N.H. and Carrie Deppen of Myerstown, Pa., whose only meeting was a quick glimpse of passing through Myerstown on a train. George would see Abe Lincoln twice and see the Monitor and the Merrimac, but he would not live to see Carrie again. Her picture sent to him after she picked up his address that he had thrown from the train, remained with him through a year of war of bloody battles and hours of loneliness. (62pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $10.00 657. The Deserter by Robert Koch A gripping Civil War novel of a young man working out his relationships--to his country in the midst of war, his heritage of faith, his father, and his sweetheart. The Deserter is the story of how Joseph's faith comes crashing down on him in the midst of battle--a faith that will not let him point a gun at another human being, ever. (301pp. Herald Press, 1990.) $9.99 1264. The Diaries of Peter C. Hiller, Conestoga, Pennsylvania, 1875-1898 by Pauline Benedict Eshelman These diaries reflect the life and times in Conestoga, Pa., during the late 1800s of Peter Clinger Hiller (18471898) m. Martha Hoak. Peter was a teacher/orchard farmer, sold and repaired organs, bought and sold tobacco, wrote deeds at the Lancaster County Recorder's Office, and served as a justice of the peace. Hiller's daily entries are revealing. (420pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1994.) $34.00 1016. Diary of John B. Gehman, 1851-1861, Hereford Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania compiled by Wilmer L. Reinford The writer of this diary was born in Hereford Twp., Berks Co., Pa., in 1829, and died in the same township in 1901. John B. Gehman introduces us to a time of history when men and women harvested the grain in the fields, the first locomotive arrived in 1855, Abe Lincoln was elected president in 1861, etc. (48pp. illus. index. Compiler, 1992.) $8.50

2234. Distant Thunder by Ruth Nulton Moore A story of intrigue, heroism, and self-sacrifice from 1777 through 1778, two of the most critical years of the Revolutionary War. Kate lives with her cousins, Johanna and Jacob Werner, and their three sons in the Moravian town of Bethlehem, Pa. Congress orders the town to house prisoners of war, an army hospital, and supply wagons. A sequel to The Christmas Surprise (#458). (160pp. illus. Herald Press, 1991.) $7.99 2857. Down The Hollow; A Book of Memories and Poems by Amy Jo Woerth An inspiring collection of original poems written by a 38-year-old woman who has been on kidney dialysis since 1976. Down the Hollow is a real place with lasting memories of growing up, special times, and beautiful sights--all reflective in this gift book! (188pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2004.) $22.00 1056. Earthen Vessel, James Hay, Ordinary Man by Maureen Hay Read A warm and sincere story from the heart of James Hay's daughter--the true story of her father's life from his birth in windswept Ireland through the years to an eighty-year-old man who continues to share Christ with everyone he meets. Here is a genealogy story put into a narrative form that will not only explain the hardships of emigrants who left their homeland, but will inspire you to pass on your story to your family. (188pp. illus. O.S.S., 1993.) $7.95 3145. Echoes Along the Sweetbrier by James D. Yoder Based on the book of Job in the Bible, this book is a heart-warming story depicting the hardships faced by Susanna Steiner who conceives out of wedlock; marries Reuben Maust; is abused and flees with her children; and marries Milton Leatherman to face still more problems. A sad story but one that compassionately looks at hard real-to-life issues. (272pp. Infinity Pub., 2004.) $15.95 2803. Eddies For Outdoorsmen; Inspiration From Nature and Outdoor Sports by Henry L. Youndt A collection of inspirational short stories related to nature and outdoor recreation, especially canoeing, that will not only provide appreciation for nature, but also appreciation for life. Take the time to listen to your heart, check your compass, choose your destination, and enjoy the eddies that come your way in life. (108pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $7.95 8. Ellie by Mary Christner Borntrager A captivating story for junior high through adult of the struggles and adventures of a girl growing up Amish. Ellie helped care for the babies, milked cows, shelled peas, baked homemade bread, and sewed her own cape and apron. But, she had times when she was not happy with the strict ideas of her Amish father. (168pp. Herald Press, 1988.) $8.99 3120. The Englisher by Beverly Lewis This sequel to The Preacher's Daughter continues the story that finds Annie Zook at odds with her father. Torn between her promise to stop her work as an artist and her powerful compulsion to create, Annie finds herself in deeper confusion when the mysterious Ben Harper's affection threaten to keep her from joining her father's Amish church. (346pp. Bethany House, 2006.) $13.99 1657. Eunice--She Loved Life by Don Mast A personal, gripping, and emotional, candid story of Eunice Mast who faced a lingering illness of breast cancer as a wife and mother of six children. After she and her husband helped to found Reba Place Fellowship, a pioneering commune in Illinois, the Masts moved to Woodstock, Ill., and opened theirhome to music. Eunice's inner thoughts and emotions surface in her journal entries with elaboration by her loving husband. A true story that will touch every-one who knows a cancer patient and will help both the reader and patient to better relate. (166pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1996.) $8.95

2785. Eye of the Storm by Janice L. Dick As their world is torn apart by world war, the Russian Revolution, and church and family conflicts, Katarina Hildebrandt and Johann Sudermann strive to maintain their faith in God. Meanwhile, Paul Tekanin has chosen what he thought to be the path to Utopia, but is instead finding it to be a way of darkness and death. History unfolds as these young people look desperately for a source of balance and safety within the eye of the storm and ask: where is God when life betrays? (398pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $14.99 2748. Eyes at the Window by Evie Yoder Miller This historical novel, literary and engaging, examines a close-knit community of Amish pioneers over several decades (right up to the eve of the American Civil War). Set from Spring 1810 through Spring 1861, this story is based on a true incident of a small Amish baby murdered by a suspected Amish uncle and follows early Amish settlers who moved west from Somerset Co., Pa., to Holmes Co., Ohio. This is a story of judgement and misplaced responsiblity, of attempts at love and forgiveness, and finally of grace despite unspeakable loss. (512pp. Good Books, 2003.) paperback, $11.95 3036. A Family Torn Apart by Justina D. Neufeld A story of one family's flight from the Soviet Ukraine in the early years of the Second World War. Beginning her story in her youth, Justina recreates the peace and security of growing up in a Mennonite community in Ukraine. But the outbreak of the war completely changes her life as she flees the Soviet and German armies, along with her family and community. (241pp. Pandora Press, 2003.) $22.50 24. Fire in the Zurich Hills by Joseph Stoll Historical fiction based on mandates, court records, and miscellaneous records relating to the Anabaptists in Canton Zurich between 1523 and 1533. This is a challenge for all of us as we read about the men and women who struggled to know the will of God amidst persecution. Excellent background reading before visiting Switzerland. (351pp. Pathway Publishers, 1973.) $7.50 1824. The Fire of Liberty in Their Hearts: The Diary of Jacob E. Yoder of the Freedmen's Bureau School, Lynchburg, Virginia, 1866-1870 edited by Samuel Horst Jacob Eschbach Yoder, a Pa. native, went south after the Civil War to help educate newly freed blacks. His diary offers a remarkable glimpse of daily life in the postwar South, the trials and rewards of running a freedmen's school, and the personal musings of a young man coming of age amidst great social change. (192pp. illus. index. hardcover. Lib. of Va., 1996.) $24.95 2659. Fixing Tradition; Joseph W. Yoder, Amish American by Julia Kasdorf This biography of Amish-born Joseph W. Yoder (18721956), who became a promoter of higher education, a professional musician, and a writer-publisher, skillfully blends history, genealogy and metaphor to illuminate the tensions and triumphs of an Amish-American and his artistry. Joseph was the author of Rosanna of the Amish (#12). (280pp. illus. index. Pandora Press, 2002.) $22.95 1494. Flames Across the Susquehanna by Glenn Banner Dramatic story based on historical and sometimes fictional events and persons from Civil War history, 186263 in the Susquehanna River towns of Wrightsville and Columbia, Pa. The secret workings of the Underground Railroad, a drummer boy's tales of life in the 125th Pa. Regiment, the 1863 burning of the covered bridge spanning the Susquehanna River. (265pp. illus. Columbia Hist. Pres. Soc., 1993.) $10.00 1748. A Flight to the Arctic, Bearing Good News by Frank R. King This true story of Frank's flight to the Arctic in a small plane filled with Bibles with his youngest son as co-pilot is one that is just too good to keep to himself. Meet Indians living in the remote areas of the Far North and hear the story of Barry and Frank King's trip to Eskimo and Indian villages. (110pp. illus. Author, 1996.) $9.95

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2810. Forget-Me-Not Lane by Carrie Bender Fourth book in the best-selling "Joy's Journal" series finds Kermit and Joy on a farmette in Pa. where Kermit is busy in his woodworking shop, but his heart is not in it. Kermit longs for the great outdoors on the cattle farm in Mont., but Joy is happy with family and friends in Pa. (120pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2004.) $7.95 1958. For God So Loved by Ellen Martin Set in the Ozarks, this fictional story features Joseph and Malinda and their son Josiah. They live a life of extreme poverty and alcoholism. Then an elderly pastor couple moves to the mountain. Read how God allows two families to merge through hardship and death. (17pp. Masthof Press, 1997.) $2.95 3096. The Forsaken Child by Benuel M. Fisher Sequel to The Unwanted Son, this book also is about a rejected child--this time an infant found lying in a hog pen and rescued from a large sow. John and Marie Derksen ask Sara Harder to nurse the baby where they live in a Russian Mennonite village. Little Johann is loved but loses his adoptive mother when he is only age seven and is left behind by another family who does not have the fare money to take him along to America.The Peters family adopts him and he is taken to America with them. A moving story! (158pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $8.95 3121. For the Eagle's Heart by Janice Susanna Wolf A compelling novel set in the land of the Northern Lights brings Jordie Halle, a young bush pilot from Fairbanks, Alaska, to meet Kotaa Hotch, a member of the Eagle Indian clan. Jordie's introduction to Kotaa changes her life as he is liberated from the painful memories of his past. (319pp. Novel Approach Research, 2006.) $15.00 3130. From Here . . . To There; An Illustrated Memoir of a Swiss Childhood by Ellen Carney A unique book for all ages depicting the author's childhood memories and recollections of a by-gone era in Switzerland. It reads like a diary, full of imagery and creative thought amidst beautiful hand-drawn illustrations. (96pp. illus. Author, 2006.) $29.95 2984. From Switzerland to America by Joan Landis A delightful collection of fullcolor folk-art paintings showing the author's Landis family heritage from Anabaptist Hans Landis (1553-1614) of Hirzel, Switzerland, who was beheaded as an Anabaptist preacher. The author also includes paintings on her immigrant, Johannes Heinrich and Elizabeth (Hirt) Landis, who came to Pa. in 1717 and was baptized in 1723 by Peter Becker. Widow Elizabeth married Henry Endt and moved to the Ephrata Cloister. Son, Henry Hirt Landis moved to Ringoes, N.J. Paintings of Ringoes plus descendants of families moving to Va. and Ohio are beautiful! (16pp. full color. Masthof Press, 2005.) $9.95 1181. A Fruitful Vine by Carrie Bender Miriam is 41 and alone for the first time in her life--a single woman in an Amish community where marriage and children are the norm for every woman. After seeing her aged parents through their final illnesses, Miriam is now ready to begin her own life. (208pp. Herald Press, 1993.) $8.99 2273. God Gave by Ada Mae Loump This autobiography is about the life of a Lancaster Co., Pa., schoolteacher whom God gave so many, many blessings which she shares with her readers. Also included is a brief genealogy of her Loump and Frey ancestors. (62pp. illus. Author, 1999.) $7.50 2969. God Moves Mountains One Pebble At a Time; The Healing Journey of Naomi Stoltzfus as told to Linda S. Ingham A touching story about Naomi Stoltzfus taking the bold

step of sharing painful abusive memories from her childhood and her recent healing journey. Naomi's story of recovery offers hope and encouragement to all who have been abused. Her candid openness about the pain and the long road to healing and forgiveness as an Amish lady should help many who struggle for wholeness. (180pp. Author, 2005.) $9.99 1184. Growing Up Mennonite--Memoirs of John H. Shenk, the First Twenty-Four Years by John H. Shenk This inspirational autobiography is filled with lively stories and fond memories beginning at Denbigh, Va. John and Emily (Brackbill) Shenk married and served in mission work in Knoxville, Tenn., before serving as pastor at Denbigh, Va., for 24 years. (109pp. illus. Author, 1994.) $8.95 2053. Hand Me My Pink Furry Slipper . . . I'm Going to Heaven! by Laurette M. Connelly This question-and-answer book told in story form deals with serious issues and requires sound Biblical answers. The issues are woven into a very humorous story based on the author's actual experience. The author takes the reader on a sometimes riotous journey for truth. Join her and her friend, Jolee, as they wiggle their way out of one problem into another. Feel for them as they struggle with a search for answers. Rejoice with them as they discover Jesus, the Way, the Truth, and the Life. (116pp. Author, 1998.) $10.95 1279. Healthy Families--A Healthy Church by Kenneth Good "What Families ARE, The Church IS" is the subtitle of this inspirational book to challenge Christians today. The author in his retirement years penned letters to his "son John" and tied the book together with these letters. Another appropriate subtitle would be "Nothing changes on the way to Church." (99pp. illus. Author, 1994.) $8.95 304. Henry's Red Sea by Barbara Smucker Dramatic and courageous story of refugees from Russia, this is a story of suspense--American soldiers, Russian officers, and a midnight train ride in darkened boxcars. Here is danger, escape, and deliverance; an actual event that happened in Berlin in 1946. (108pp. Herald Press, 1955.) $7.99 2664. The Herrs and Lancaster County's Other First Mennonite Pioneers by Mabel Burkholder The Herrs begins with the true story of the persecuted Swiss Anabaptist Herr family who left the Palatinate area of Germany in 1710. After a ten-week delay in London before boarding the ship Mary Hope, they finally set sail across the deep dangerous ocean. Settling in western Chester Co., Pa., they first obtained a warrant for 10,000 acres of land near the Indians--the first Mennonite settlement in what was to later become Lancaster Co., Pa. Historical fiction. (174pp. illus. Author, 2003.) $9.00 2381. Hidden Man of the Heart by Ruth Sauder This novel is based on Old Order Mennonite culture and portrays Clayton Wenger as he faces age sixteen and its adjustments in his life. Follow him through his disappointments. His faith is tested, but he picks up the pieces. He learns that following God's will brings the only true joy that outweighs the sorrows in life. (228pp. Author, 2000.) $8.60 816. Hidden Riches by H. Romaine Stauffer If you ever wondered what your immigrants experienced as they left their home in Europe, traveled down the Rhine River to the port of Rotterdam, and then sailed for about six to ten weeks across the Atlantic Ocean to a new land, this book is for you. Based on historical facts, this story follows a Burkholder family from Gerolsheim, Germany, to Lancaster Co., Pa. (144pp. illus. Christian Light Pub., 1983.) $4.95 3146. A Home for Sarah by Romaine Stauffer This true story is the story of Amos and Amanda Wenger's oldest daughter Sarah, who grew up in the Old Order Stauffer Mennonite Church and worshipped at the Pike Mennonite Church near Hinkletown, Pa. Sarah was too young to understand how the Great Depression and adverse circumstances had combined to impoverish her family. At age ten, Sarah's young happy life was suddenly shattered. For years, Sarah

was cut off from her family and moved from place to place, always longing for a home to belong. (298pp. illus. Author, 2006.) $10.50 2276. Hope in the Deepest Hollow by Martha Stoltzfus A young Amish boy left Lancaster Co., Pa., in the early 1950s and settled in a remote hollow of Breathitt Co. in eastern Kentucky. Friends and family questioned why he left a fertile and prosperous land for a desolate hill country. Was he a rebel or a missionary? This book is a collection of life experiences of Wesley and Martha Stoltzfus, two transplants from Lancaster Co., Pa., to Bowlings Creek, Kent. (154pp. illus. Author, 2005 reprint of 1999 ed.) $12.50 2018. I Am Regina by Sally M. Keehn Enthralling and profoundly stirring story, this historical fiction book is a vivid recreation of a tragic and complex period when Regina was captured by Allegheny Indians after they killed her father and brother. She only hopes that her mother, away from home on that fateful day, lives. Follow Regina as she begins a new life among the Indians but never forgets the song she and her mother used to sing together. Will they ever meet again? (240pp. Bantam, 1991.) $6.99 2872. I Don't Know . . . I Was Just A Kid by T. J. Gilday T. J. G. was raised in the "City of Brotherly Love" in a large Irish family, and tells his warm story here as only a talented storyteller can tell! Anyone who has grown up in a large family or small neighborhood will instantly relate to these memories--memories that will make you smile. (185pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2004.) $20.00 3119. In the Hollow of His Hand by Rosemarie H. Betz The author writes her life story beginning with her birth in Pomerania in 197. At age seven, she experienced the devastating bombing at Falkenburg which killed her mother and grandpa--the same day she and her five-year-old brother learned that their father was missing-in-action. A very compelling story that shows how God leads through terrible destruction. (157pp. International Training Ministry, 2006.) $12.00 2156. In the Whale's Belly by James W. Lowry The title of this book comes from a Christian prisoner's description of the deep dungeon of a castle. Be challenged as you read selected stories that are retold from the Martyrs Mirror of men and women who stood firm in their faith despite intense persecution and even death. Most of the stories are from the time of the Reformation, and engravings are also taken from books of that same time. (130pp. illus. Christian Light Pub., 1981.) $6.95 1790. It Takes a Long Time . . . To Grow an Elsie by Paul S. Kurtz This true story of a mother and grandmother is a story of a vanishing lifestyle in this portrait of abiding love between husband (C.J. Kurtz) and wife, devotion to family (lived on a farm near Elverson, Pa.) and church, hard work, intelligence, and especially humor. Paul, Elsie's son, paints a word picture here of a woman whose legacy lives on in the lives she continues to touch. (84pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1996.) $8.50 1873. Jonah: An Amish Love Story by Dean Hummel Set in east northcentral Ohio, the dynamic saga of Jonah spans almost three-quarters of a century beginning in 1923 when he was born. This stimulating Amish love story is interwoven with the authentic beliefs, mores, and style of life of Amish folks. Historical vignettes provide the backdrop for Jonah's adventures of more than seventy years. It is a love story that will hold the interest of all ages. (252pp. illus. Truax/HUM Publisher, 1997.) $8.95 3026. Jonas N. Borntrager, An Amish Bishop's Memoir by Dan J. Borntrager Family and friends share their memories of a well-loved Amish bishop including even some of Jonas' writings and personal letters, old documents, letters, records, and photos. (154pp. illus. Carlisle Press, 2005.) $8.00

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1966. A Journey Through Grief by Evelyn King Mumaw When husband John R. Mumaw passed away, how did Evelyn handle her grief and pain? Read about her wanting to talk with her husband, her pain and tears when disposing of his personal things. How did she experience closure and healing? Walk with her on this journey through grief. (40pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1997.) $3.95 1874. A Journey to the New World: The Diary of Remember Patience Whipple, Mayflower, 1620 by Kathryn Lasky Twelve-year-old Mem presents a diary account of the trip she and her family made on the Mayflower in 1620 and their first year in the New World. Includes maps and illustrations. Book has green ribbon bookmark. Juvenile fiction. "Dear America Series." (173pp. hardcov. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1996.) $10.95 2576. Joy in a Foreign Land: How a Family Can Stay Together When Their World is Coming Apart by Joan and Ron Denlinger Shortly after the birth of their first child, Joan and Ron found themselves in a foreign land, the unfamiliar and undesired world of attending to the care of a special needs child. Following the birth of their second child, also disabled, it seemed impossible for their ministry dreams to be fulfilled. Here Joan tells her gripping, true story while Ron, a pastor, adds his "Reflections" at the end of each chapter, ending with "A successful family . . . " (244pp. Authors, 2002.) $9.95 2992. Katie's Last Book--Katie Yoder Lind edited by Margaret Shetler, Loren Lind, and Mary Ellen Lind Fascinating stories about Katie's grandmother, mother, and aunts, and their "made from scratch" recipes of the late 1800s and early 1900s. Learn to know her grandparents, Jacob K. and Catherine Yoder, with the genealogy of the extended Yoder clan. Enjoy following their family trip from Iowa to Oregon and back in the rear seat of a 1918 Model T Ford. (334pp. hardcover. Editors, 2005.) $20.00 3005. Katya by Sandra Birdsell In this compelling and beautifully descriptive novel, the story of a girl in czarist and revolutionary Russia naively believes her privileged lifestyle as the dau. of a prosperous Mennonite Russian overseer cannot be destroyed. In fact, her illusions are cruelly shattered when the Bolsheviks and the Russian peasantry aggressively turn against the affluent German-rooted Mennonites. When most of her family and friends are murdered, she learns the harsh lessons of survival. This historical novel of the Russian Revolution is a reminder of a permanently vanished place, time, and way of life. (373pp. hardcover. dust jacket. Milkweed Ed., 2004.) 24.00 2666. Keeper of Hearts by Dianne Christner It is 1545, a dangerous time for Anabaptists, and Anna van Vissers despises Menno Simons and the other heretics who caused her father's death! Caught in a storm of rebellion, Anna faces the choice of faith and love. Who will keep Anna's heart? This is an intriguing story of romance and religious politics during a most difficult era. (304pp. Herald Press, 2002.) $14.99 2945. Lamplight on the Hearth by Carrie Bender This fifth and last book in the "Joy's Journal" series continues the life of Kermit and Joy who have now moved back to Montana to farm and raise their family. Kermit's work is in the great outdoors doing what he enjoys most in farming. Joy is busy with their children when a surprise arrives in the mail from Great-Grandmother Gertrude--another of Julia's old-time journals. You will cry and laugh and be inspired by George and Julia's heartaches, tough trials, and near-despair after she and the family move to Kentucky. Walk with Joy through the heartaches into the light of love and restoration of her soul. (114pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005.) $7.95

1710. Leaves From My Family Tree: Finding My Way by Stanley L. Freed Life in the villages of Elroy, Franconia, and Earlington, Pa., was quite different in the 1930s and 1940s in comparison to life today. Leaves offers glimpses of the community at that time interspersed with a number of interesting photos. This is much more than a genealogy book, although it does contain information about the Metz, Landis, Freed, Hackman, etc. (186pp. illus. Author, 1996.) $12.95 2124. Legacy, Then and Now by Ruth Bixel Miller Enjoy the many stories of changes that have taken place in the 89 years of Ruth Bixel Miller's lifetime including the foods we eat, the hats we wore, the way we communicated and traveled, and more. Read of the varied philosophies of education and periods of religious fervor. Adults will revel in memories of their childhood. (43pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1998.) $6.95 2528. The Legend of Pigeon Hills by David Lehigh Who cast a spell on Alice Spangler? Are the Dunkards witches? How did the murdered man get to the Brethren Church (Pa.) and why was a red hexagon drawn on his chest? Can a lawyer join the Brethren Church and court the minister's daughter? (124pp. Author, 2001.) $9.95 2384. The Life and Times of William Jennings, 1874-1972, A Biography by Merrill and Boots Raber William Jennings was born near Clinton, Tenn., and later found work among the conservative Mennonites in East Tenn. He married Anna Good, a Mennonite preacher's daughter, and later became a bishop and an evangelist.The saga of William Jennings' life, including his adopted Mennonite world, makes a fascinating and remarkable story. (194pp. illus. Authors, 2000.) $15.00 2719. The Life and Work of G. Irvin Lehman by G. Irvin Lehman A personal chronicle of the life of G. Irvin Lehman; a missionary overseas, as well as his tenure as a professor at Eastern Mennonite University. Dr. Lehman includes published articles, newspaper clippings to document his full life. His accomplishments include service on the Editorial Committee for the NIV Bible. (88pp. illus. Author, 2003.) $10.95 2346. A Life Displaced: A Mennonite Woman's Flight From War-Torn Poland by Edna Schroeder Thiessen and Angela Showalter This moving true story details the nightmares of life during World War II as Mennonite communities were ruined and many persons displaced. It took four decades of a peaceful life in the Saskatchewan prairies before this incredible story was recorded. (217pp. illus. Herald Press, 2000.) $22.50 3063. The Life and Times of Louise Marie Rossignol Provost and Her Husband, Eugene Provost ed. by Darrell Heppner Autobiography of Louise Marie Rossignol, born in Paris in 1884 and attended school in London. In 1905, she eloped with Gene Provost to Montreal and later moved to San Francisco, Calif. At the age of 90, Louise wrote this life story. (115pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $29.95 1792. The Life of Uncle Benny by Benuel M. Fisher Benjamin K. Fisher (1907-1993) was born to an Amish couple in Lancaster Co., Pa., and at age two was braindamaged as a result of extreme cold and measles. Read of his interest in spelling; his love for music, especially the harmonica; and his passion for eating big meals and lots of candy. His nephew describes Uncle Benny's life as an Amish bachelor. (84pp. Author, 1996.) $12.50 2612. Lilac Blossom Time by Carrie Bender This sequel to Birch Hollow Schoolmarm (#2192) is a diary kept by Dora. For a week, Dora and Matthew have a joyful reunion in Minnesota, but he has to return to Calif. The letters fly between them as Dora works for a family in Minn. She hears tales of the Old West and visits Calif. with Mrs. Worthington and sees Matthew. (174pp. illus. Herald Press, 2002.) $8.99 1291. A Little Bit of Love: Ada and Ida Stoltzfus in India, Three Years of Relief Work by Marie E. Cutman

An exciting account of twin sisters (b. in 1910) who were in India the day it gained its independence from Great Britain. Ada and Ida saw the results of fighting and riots that followed and did what they could to follow the example of the Good Samaritan. For three years, Ada and Ida gave "a little bit of love." (199pp. illus. Author, 1994. hardcover.) $14.95 2385. A Little Left of Center: An Editor Reflects on his Mennonite Experience by Daniel Hertzler A native of Berks Co., Pa., Hertzler was editor of Mennonite Community Magazine, Christian Living, Builder, Gospel Herald, etc. In this engagingly offbeat and often humorous memoir, Hertzler tells of his editing years, his larger life story, and how his theological and philosophical positions have come to place him just "a little left of center." (183pp. illus. DreamSeeker Books, 2000.) $13.95 1928. Living Waters by Ruth N. Graybill At age 88, Ruth Graybill shares her life story of working among Jewish people in Philadelphia, Pa. But this is much more than her life story from childhood till now; it is also an inspirational collection of her favorite meditations, prayers, quotes, poems, and healing promises from the Bible. (152pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $9.95 1391. Living With Conviction: German Army Captain Turns to Cultivating Peace by Siegfried Bartel The touching and inspiring story of Bartel, a young man who went to war for Germany duringWW II, was a farmer who loved horses, and a dedicated husband and father. This is a moving story of one man's struggle to overcome guilt and become convinced that the way of peace is the only alternative to war. (212pp. illus. CMBC Pubs., 1994.) $15.00 1292. The Long Green Heritage by Mrs. Dennis Reed Reprinted in a new format, this book records many pleasant memories the author had as a child growing up in the Long Green Valley northeast of Baltimore, Md. This Mennonite and Brethren settlement comes alive in the stories Reed shares of her parents and grandparents. (58pp. illus. O.S.S., 1994.) $6.00 3173. Look Who Just Came In My Door! The Life of Anna Buckwalter as told to Vivian S. Ziegler At age 94, Anna F. Buckwalter recalls growing up in the early 1900s, nursing for 70 years, struggling through the Great Depression, working with the Fresh Air program for 23 years, guiding tourists for 36 years in the "Amish Country," and taxiing Amish for 16 years. (337pp. illus. Vivian S. Ziegler, 2006.) $16.95 3147. Lucy of the Trail of Tears by James D. Yoder An accurate picture of the tragedy of the Cherokee removal to Oklahoma, this novel grabs the reader as Cherokee Lucy Drake and her injured mother are separated from Lucy's father. Lucy marries and moves to cowtown Wichita and tastes the bitterness of betrayal as she becomes a charter member of the first church in Wichita. (347pp. Infinity Pub., 2006 reprint of 1999 ed.) $17.95 2742. Majestic Oaks by Carrie Bender Kermit and Joy moved to a small farmette in Pa. near Aunt Miriam and Uncle Nate. Grandma Gertrude brings another old journal-- this time of Feronica's daughter, Julia, as she visits the Conestoga Valley where her mother grew up and was smitten with the charms of Abe Rittenhouse. Joy's Journal #3. (140pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2003.) $7.95 2934. Making a Difference by Charlie G. Haynes An inspirational story by an inspired man who has been blessed by God to touch many other people in the city of Reading, Pa. (133pp. Author, 2004.) $15.00

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2613. The Man Who Laid The Egg by Louise A. Vernon "Erasmus laid the egg that Luther hatched" is what people say, and that makes young Gerhard Koestler smile. He knows that Erasmus has influenced Martin Luther's thinking. He also believes both men are trying to serve God according to Scriptures. After young Gerhard's rich parents die and he inherits money and a castle, he arrives in Basel, Switzerland, and lives in the same house as Erasmus. In the end, Gerhard returns to his castle and not sure if he wants to be known as a Catholic or a Luther, he says, "Call me a Christian." No other name is necessary. (119pp. illus. Herald Press, 1977.) $7.99 1970. A Man Without God is Nothing by Ross M. Goldfus The faithwalk of two families across forty years is seen in this intertwining of the Goldfus and Raimundo families as the Goldfus family served as missionaries in Argentina. Original sketches accompany this vivid and colorful story as the reader sees the Spirit of God flowing through the lives of people who allow God to work through them. (106pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $6.95 1760. Mandy by Mary Christner Borntrager Mandy Schrock, with five older sisters, is pleased when she finally has a baby brother. Yet she and her close-knit Amish family are saddened to learn that Lloydie was born with a serious health problem. She resents the burden of caring for her brother. (144pp. Herald Press, 1996.) $8.99 1931. Marguerite, Journey of a Sephardic Woman: A Memoir by Gloria Sananes Stein Marguerite recounts the story of the author's mother--her childhood in Greece, a unique educational experience, emigration to America, and her life as a Sephardic Jew in Brooklyn, N. Y. Describes a 100-year odyssey in the life of a brave woman who at age eighteen worked as a reporter for a popular Greek newspaper. (198pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $12.95 2990. Margaret's Print Shop by Elwood E. Yoder A third generation printer, Margaret runs a small print shop in Germany in 1525 when she is asked to print literature for the Lutherans and Anabaptists. This historical fiction will introduce you to Conrad Grebel, George Blaurock, Hans Hut, and other early Anabaptist leaders. Will Margaret accept believers baptism and join the Anabaptists? (328pp. Herald Press, 2005.) $14.99 2540. The Marshal and the Myth: A Story of Marshal Michel Ney by M. K. Ney Marshal Michel Ney led the last French charge at Waterloo and after returning to Paris was tried for treason by the king. The details of his trial show how unjustly the proceedings were conducted. Condemned to face a firing squad, did he escape? Did the life of the solitary wanderer in America relate to the famous French general? Who is buried in the Ney grave in N. C.? Marshal Ney allegedly was executed in 1815 after the battle of Waterloo, but then a myth arose: a story of his escape to America. (208pp. Author, 2001.) $15.95 2921. The Measure of My Days; Engaging the Life and Thought of John L. Ruth by Reuben Z. Miller and Joseph S. Miller Essays in honor of the life and ministry of a prolific and creative Mennonite who is a historian, film-maker, storyteller, and pastor, who lives in southeastern Pa. (310pp. illus. Herald Press, 2004.) $22.95 2511. A Medley of Memories: The Recollections of Arvilla Shenk Bechtel transcribed and compiled by Carol Bechtel Ryan Spanning 90 years of recollections, this book includes amusing anecdotes; sketches; photos; some genealogy on the Shenk, Bechtel, and related families; selected illustrations from penmanship, birthday, and autograph books; remembered poems and songs; comments about the Great Depression; and a handwritten recipe book begun in 1928. A real treasure is her diary (1930-1952) which includes births, unusual weather, vacations, baptisms, ordinations, weddings, events at Vincent Mennonite Church, and daily life on the farm in Chester

Co., Pa. Over 300 illustrations (many in full color). (400pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2001.) $25.00 1761. Memories From My Life by Heinrich J. Friesen Read about Heinrich Friesen, born in 1901 in Rudnerweide, in Gnadenfeld, South Russia--his early life, the fears and horrors of the civil war years, the anxieties and uncertainties of the Soviet years, his marriage to Justina Warkentin, the pain of leaving parents and siblings to settle in Canada, raising six children, and a 1978 visit to Russia are combined with photos to make a fascinating story of one family. (192pp. illus. H. J. Friesen Family, 1995.) $19.50 2892. Memories of Daudy & Mommy Sensenig . . . Elam W. and Lizzie E. Sensenig by Daniel M. Sensenig A wonderful collection of stories about Elam W. Sensenig (1901-1971) and Lizzie E. Zimmerman Sensenig (1898-197) who lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Enjoy the original recipes used by Mommy Sensenig copied in her own handwriting. (189pp. Author, 2004.) $12.50 3131. Memoirs of an Immigrant's Daughter by Margaret Conte In 1911, Antonio and Rose Conte were married in Italy and emigrated to America as newlyweds. They settled in the small river town of Monongahela, Pa., where dau. Margaret records the events of this touching and richly evocative reminiscence of a large Italian family. (72pp. illus. Jade Eye Pub. Co., 2006.) $7.95 1233. A Mennonite Woman's Life by Ruth Hershey and Phyllis Pellman Good This rare collection of artistic photographs explores the world of Mennonite women--an insightful treasure. Ruth Hershey (1895-1990) of Lancaster Co., Pa., kept a box camera near her children, her homestead, her garden, and neighbors. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1993.) $11.95 2388. The Merging: A Story of Two Families and Their Daughter by Evelyn King Mumaw In this true and haunting story beginning in Switzerland in the 1600s and in its second half becoming a personal memoir of her childhood, Mumaw tells of how the two family lines came to meet and merge. The Brenneman Shenks section relates descriptive stories of Melchior Brenneman and family while the King section focuses on stories of Samuel Koenig's family. (224pp. illus. DreamSeeker Books, 2000.) $13.95 3099. Mili's Story by Emilia Koellen Born in Pa. but raised in Romania, Emilia/Mili tells her story of living as a child in Romania. Her father never went to school although he spoke five languages. Mili attended school six days a week from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Read about the effects of Communism on their family in the years to come. (8pp. Author, 2006.) $6.75 2895. Millstream Orchards Family by Carrie Bender This historical fiction continues the story of Dora and Matthew who live in Minnesota with their eight adopted children. Her journal records blessings and struggles of this family with stories from the parents' earlier days. Dora's Diary #4. (157pp. A. B. Pub., 2004.) $8.99 2482. The Mist Will Lift by Ruth Sauder This novel shows the struggle a young Old Order Mennonite girl has to obey her parents in modest appearance when her cousins accept the fashions of the time. Follow Clara as she realizes that her hope-chest dreams fade in comparison to the true meaning of life, something she cherishes more. When the mist lifts, she can see better and praise the Lord who led her there to bloom like a violet in the valley. (251pp. Author, 2001.) $9.25 1975. Mom's Story by Esther G. Livingston Provides an intimate glimpse into one of the many families (Miller) who lived in Washington Co., Iowa, in the mid-1800s. Taken from 300 pages of a handwritten manuscript and dozens of scribbled notes, the story emerges that weaves its characters through history, adding authentic homespun details about weddings

and funerals, learning the facts of life, courtship in a buggy, and deathbed scenes. (319pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $15.00 3136. Mudball Sam by James D. Yoder Historical novel about Sam, his Quaker mother and sister who are abandoned on the Oklahoma prairie. Contending against bullies and back breaking toil, Sam endures firestorms, thievery, and false arrest. He learns to forgive, pressing on to a life of hope and love. (348pp. Infinity Pub., 2006.) $18.95 1839. My Memories in Poetry and Prose: Life at Five Points, Goshen, Indiana by Paul Hoover W. Paul Hoover (born 1904) tells short stories with intriguing titles such as "Once In a Casket Should Be Enough," "The Dogs That Prayed," "Schemes For Earning Money," "Pete Teaches His Dog A Lesson . . . " Includes some poems, a few written in Pa. German. (171pp. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $11.75 1237. My Ocean is Wide by Sarah M. Weaver Read about kidnapped Lewis Riehl's hardships as a young boy forced to sail for America and how he later found a home among the Amish in Berks and Chester Cos., Pa., with families such as Zug, Hochstetler, Kurtz, and Kauffman. (229pp. David D. Miller, 2002-Third Printing.) $9.50 2979. New Moon Over Slick Rock Hollow by Martha Stoltzfus Subtitled "Notes in the Life of a Mountain Preacher's Wife," this book is a collection of the author's life in the hills of eastern Kentucky. Martha's husband, Wesley, died several years after Martha wrote her first book, Hope in the Deepest Hollow (#2276 which sells for $12.50). (220pp. Author, 2005.) $12.95 26. Night Preacher by Louise A. Vernon This story is about Menno Simons, a Catholic priest who became an Anabaptist in the 1500s. See Menno as he went about preaching through the eyes of his children, Bettje and Jan. (134pp. Herald Press, 1969.) $6.99 3086. Nobody's Kate by Carol Duerkesen and Maynard Knepp A novel of personal discovery, faith journeys, and unique relationships, journey with Kate Weaver, a single Amish woman who discovers that life in her late forties brings a spectrum of new feelings and thoughts of God and her life in rural Kansas. (205pp. Willowspring Downs, 2003.) $9.95 1795. No Strange Fire by Ted Wojtasik Six Amish barns burn to the ground one night in central Pa., leaving a 10-year-old boy critically injured. Prime suspect Jacob Hostetler is nowhere to be found. Based on a true story, this novel looks at relationships both within the Amish community and with the world. (400pp. Herald Press, 1996.) $14.99 2550. Not Regina by Christmas Carol Kauffman During the stirring times in the 1500s, Regina finds herself caught between the two religious factions in Switzerland. Her parents repeatedly warn her against the Anabaptist heresy, and the young man she loves has no doubts about the state church's claims. But why then does Zwingli's official religion fail to satisfy her spiritual emptiness? Have the heretics found a quality of life worth dying for? (229pp. Herald Press, 1997 reprint.) $6.95 1977. North to Alaska by Floyd and Mollie Yoder Two couples and five children traveling in a remodeled school bus for 9 1/2 weeks resulted in some interesting experiences. From age 69 to age 3, this group (including an Amish family) left Pa. in June 1995 to visit Alaska with many stops along the way. (182pp. illus. Authors, 1996.) $8.95 2389. Not Worthy To Be Compared by Ruth Sauder John Mark, the adopted son of Clayton Wenger, grows up and discovers he has an in-born talent to teach. Life is not easy for the young teacher, but God's hand leads him. This novel is a sequel to Hidden Man of

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the Heart (#2381) and is also set in the Old Order Mennonite culture. (297pp. Author, 2000.) $9.00 2542. October Song by Beverly Lewis With characters that are both colorful and quaint, October Song weaves together a captivating peek into the lives of Lewis's most beloved characters among the Amish people and others. Readers will be thrilled with the continuation of their favorite stories, from newlyweds Katie and Dan living in the shadow of the shunning, to Rachel and Philip expecting their first child even as he acclimates to Amish life as an outsider. (256pp. Bethany House, 2001.) $12.99 1978. Old Vernfield Remembered by Bruce P. Musselman The author recalls his growing-up days in Vernfield, Pa., during the 1930-1950s. Some chapters include history of Energy Station, the motorcycle gang, balloon-tired bikes, mischief and magistrate, Nyce Manufacturing Co., people who influenced him, visiting grandparents, etc. Foreword by John L. Ruth. (83pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $9.95 1979. The Olive Branch by S. F. Sanger and D. Hays This reprint edition has been prepared to commemorate the life and witness of Elder John Kline, a German Baptist Brethren minister, who was a significant spokesperson for the Brethren and the Mennonites in the Shenandoah Valley during the American Civil War. He was killed because of ill-sentiment toward his religious objections to participation in the war; his compassion for all persons regardless of political, racial, economic, or religious backgrounds; and his objection to slavery. (232pp. illus. 1997 reprint of 1907 edition.) $15.95 472. On Fire for Christ: Stories of Anabaptist Martyrs Retold from Martyrs Mirror by Dave and Neta Jackson Relive stories of heroic Anabaptist martyrs who accepted suffering and death rather than renounce their faith. The 15 stories selected from accounts in Martyrs Mirror were rewritten in contemporary language with fast-paced narration. Discussion questions explore present-day meaning and make this a study tool for groups and family devotions as well as personal reading. (184pp. Herald Press, 1989.) $10.99 3023. On My Way to Heaven Traveling With Grace by Vivian S. Ziegler This biography of Victor K. Ziegler (1932-2004) is an inspiring story of a successful Pa. dairy farmer; a church and community leader; world traveler; innovator; entertaining storyteller with a contagious sense of humor; and an energetic worker and positive thinker. Read about his exciting trip taking 1,000 Spanish/English New Testaments into Cuba when neither Americans nor Bibles were welcome; what happened when two-thirds of his dairy herd died from brucellosis; how God opened doors for him to meet the "Siberian Seven" in the basement of the American Embassy in Moscow; what motivated him to buy and personally finance 32 houses and 17 farms for others; how he handled the shocking news about his wife's past; how he and Grace sponsored 15 international refugee families; and much more. (432pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $19.95 2484. One Came To Stay by Veda Boyd Feel the insecurity of a young girl in a foster home in Lancaster Co., Pa. To whom does she really belong? Leta becomes a beautiful young woman and has her share of admirers. However, some of them have less than noble intentions and her attractiveness sometimes serves as a snare for the naïve teenager. Leta's marriage does not end her life of difficult relationships. This fictional story is based on actual events. (314pp. illus. hardcover. Masthof Press, 2001.) $14.50 2723. One Writer's Beginnings by Eudora Welty Eudora Welty remembers her formative years and the influences that led her to becoming a Pulitzer Prizewinning author of fiction. Miss Welty's memoirs have been seen not only as an autobiography, but as a guide for anyone who aspires to write fiction. (104pp. illus. Harvard University Press, 1983.) $10.95

1033. Only One Life--My Autobiography by H. Harold Hartzler MFH readers will enjoy reading this autobiography of MFH columnist H. Harold Hartzler. Follow Harold as he was born in Fort Wayne, Ind.; grew up in Surrey, N.D.; Long Green, Md.; and Belleville, Pa. Harold's school experiences, family, joys and sorrows through World War I, high school graduation in 1926, Juniata College days, graduate research at Rutgers, marriage, professor at Elizabethtown College, Goshen College, and Mankato State College, and involvement with ASA and genealogical research. (164pp. illus. hardcover. O.S.S., 1992.) $9.95 2957. The Other Side of the Middle: A Pennsylvania Dutch Story of Family Love by Ronald Ray Schmeck A delightful fun historical novel of a Pa. Dutch family living in Berks Co., Pa. Sit yoahself down an havea cup'a coffee once't, an a piece a shoofly pie. Meet Arsenic and Peach Schlank and their family and a whole host of endearing "Dutchies." "Life really ain't so simple foah us nomoah, ain't?" says Arsenic to his wife, Peach, as they meet the new challenges of aging "on the other side of the middle." The story is set in 1983 on the Schlank farm near Reading, Pennsylvania, with family members experiencing sudden health problems, sharing and caring as family members adjust, a grandson running away from home, a daughter falling in love with a hospice volunteer, cooking Pa. Dutch foods familiar only to southeastern Pennsylvania, hay-making, ice skating, and fishing. (242pp. Author, 2005.) $10.95 3098. Orphaned; Then Embraced by the Caring Hands of an Amish Mennonite Family by George Mohler Autobiography of a boy born in N.J. in 1935, separated from his family, and raised by a Mennonite lady in Big Valley, Pa., this true story will make you laugh and cry as he later in life does re-connect with his brother and sister who he had last seen in an orphanage as a little boy. (168pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $11.95 2871. Our Flesh and Blood: A Documentary History of the Jacob Hochstetler Family During the French and Indian War Period, 1757-1765 by Beth Hostetler Mark This Jacob Hochstetler family story covers the Indian attack, house burning, three members of the family killed by Indians, and others captured--using primary sources never before published that help to provide a much better understanding of the situation in colonial Pa. when this sad event occurred. (60pp. illus. Jacob Hochstetler Family Assoc., 2003.) $7.00 2027. Our Tioga Home; Where Mountains Rise by Louella S. Stauffer assisted by Janice E. Stauffer and Yvonne M. Stauffer A true account of an Old Order Mennonite family's move from St. Mary's Co., Md., to Tioga Co., Pa., in 1971. Read of the Stauffers' work, trials, and triumphs in creating a new home out of a rundown farm, an old house, and dilapidated farm buildings. They were joined by a Snyder Co., Pa., family in an attempt to start a new settlement in the high country of northern Pa. (133pp. illus. Author, 1998.) $8.95 2129. Out To Pasture (But Not Over the Hill) by Effie Leland Wilder This charming first novel by an 85-year-old author stars Hattie McNair, a journal-keeper and eavesdropper extraordinaire. Hattie's humor and spirit make Out to Pasture an amusing and heartwarming look at the often-avoided topic of aging. Someone who thinks retirement is all "rocking chair and Medicare" is in for some delightful surprises when he meets the folks at Fair Acres Home in this book. Uplifting story no matter your age. (177pp. illus. Peachtree Pub., 1995.) $9.95 2245. Over What Hill? by Effie Leland Wilder A sequel to Out to Pasture (#2129), this short novel picks up on more adventures about Hattie McNair and her friends from the Fair Acres Home. Hattie's writing career takes an exciting turn, but she continues to record the Fair Acres Follies. As different generations draw together, Hattie's insights are as humorous and

as poignant as always. (180pp. illus. Peachtree Pub., 1996.) $9.95 2673. Peace in the Midst of Pain by Betsy Martin Brackbill Shock, pain, grief, hope--all abound in this true story of Betsy's husband's sudden death in Fla. Betsy and Ike Martin were delivering a school bus to Miami, Fla., to be shipped to their daughter in Costa Rica. Two men robbed them on the streets of Miami and murdered Ike as Betsy watched in horror. Betsy tells of the sudden shock, the intense pain, and the overwhelming grief she experienced while recovering from this unthinkable tragedy. Your faith will be strengthened! (72pp. illus. Author, 2003.) $5.00 2209. Pearl Buck's Living Legacy; The Welcome House Story by Dale Yoder This story of love and devotion begins in the winter of 1948 when Pearl Buck, the Nobel Prize-winning author of The Good Earth and other books about East Asia, was contacted by a New York adoption agency desperately searching for a home for an unwanted dark-skinned East Indian-American child. Pearl Buck responded quickly and compassionately and recruited the author's Mennonite parents to care for this one-year-old child. During the next four years, nine more Asian-American children were sponsored by Pearl Buck and raised by the Lloyd and Viola Yoder family at Welcome House in Bucks Co., Pa. (172pp. illus. Author, 1999.) $8.95 3118. Pilgrim Aflame by Myron S. Augsburger This classic story of 16th century Anabaptists Michael and Margaretha Sattler who paid the ultimate price for their faith in and obedience to Jesus Christ. In 1527 Michael is burned at the stake and Margaretha drowned. Even though Michael was not the first Anabaptist, his work and the significance of the Schleitheim Confession, may be seen as the beginning of a third and viable church in Christendom. (288pp. illus., Herald Press, 2005 reprint of 1967 ed.) $10.99 1797. Pleasant Memories, a Tribute To My Parents--Samuel R. and Elizabeth (Good) Weaver by Elizabeth W. Sauder Elizabeth tells of her parents' love for music and how they provided for and taught their six children. She also includes family history information on their Weaver and Good ancestors. Her memories and impressions of their lives will not only be of interest to this family but will provide others with a look at Mennonite family life in Lancaster Co., Pa., between 1871 and 1950. (77pp. illus. Author, 1996.) $10.00 1363. Polly by Mary Christner Borntrager This great-granddaughter of Ellie belongs to a closeknit Amish family and community in Ohio. Polly's dad says they can earn more money in Texas to pay off their farm in Ohio, but doesn't understand Polly's need for friends. (Book 7 in the Ellie's People series) (144pp. Herald Press, 1994.) $8.99 2133. Pondered in Her Heart; Hannah's Book: Inside and Outside by Elaine Sommers Rich A fictional story of Hannah Elizabeth (Schrock) Hershberger's life as an elderly woman living in a retirement home. This book is the story of a woman who is seeking to understand the meaning of her life. Recollections of Hannah's past integrate with the present becoming "the deposit of faith for the next generation." (136pp. Wordsworth, 1998.) $12.95 2211. The Postcard by Beverly Lewis A young Amish widow is struggling to put painful memories behind her when a big city journalist and a postcard from the past open her eyes--and her heart--to the possibility of healing and new love. This stirring novel is by the same author as The Shunning, The Confession, and The Reckoning. (64pp. Bethany House Pub., 1999.) $12.99 3039. The Preacher's Daughter by Beverly Lewis Explore the hearts and hillsides of Pa. Amish communities in the first book of a new series: Annie's People. Annie is the preacher's eldest dau. who desires to develop her God-given artistic talents, but how does she do that without disgracing her family? Annie lives at Paradise, Pa. (352pp. Bethany, 2005.) $13.99

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2936. The Prodigal by Beverly Lewis An alarming secret is brought to light in this fourth book of "Abram's Daughters"--fictional stories based on the Amish of Lancaster Co., Pa. Truth can be thorny, even heartbreaking, yet Leah is required to make another difficult choice. Will this secret bring further sorrow for the family? (343pp. Bethany House, 2004.) $12.99 3155. A Psalm of Joy and Lamentation; A Wife's African Memoir by Florence Rheinheimer Harnish True story of a young family who traveled to Tanzania, Africa, to serve in missions in the 1960s and 1970s under MCC's Teacher's Abroad Program, but actually they were a medical doctor and nurse team. (252pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2006.) $25.00 753. Rachel by Mary Christner Borntrager Rachel was born into a Mennonite missionary family, but at the age of seven meets her Amish grandparents. Rachel grows to love the quiet Amish way of life and the extended family sharing and caring. She attends Amish church meetings, participates in youth singings, and is courted by an Amish man. Eventually, she must choose between the Mennonite church and the Amish lifestyle and faith. Which will she choose? (158pp. Herald Press, 1990.) $8.99 2069. The Reckoning by Beverly Lewis This thrilling conclusion to the bestselling The Shunning and The Confession continues the story about a young woman shunned from her Amish home. It is a powerful portrayal of rejection and reconciliation--a deeply satisfying conclusion to the popular series "The Heritage of Lancaster County." Katie Lapp left behind her Amish ways to pursue a life she had never known, but now those same Amish roots are calling her back home. (283pp. Bethany House Pub., 1998.) $12.99 2397. The Redemption of Sarah Cain by Beverly Lewis Lydia Cottrell, eldest of five Amish orphans, made a promise to her dying mother to "keep the family together." But soon she discovers that guardianship has been granted to a virtual stranger--a well-to-do aunt from Portland, Ore., who cares little for Mamma's last wish. Will Aunt Sarah discover that Lancaster County's Amish community is not only a simpler place, but also a healing place? Contemporary fiction. (316pp. Bethany House Publishers, 2000.) $10.99 3152. Recollections of My Father--An Amish Patriarch by Jacob Glick This unique narrative about I. N. Glick who started Glick's Seeds at Smoketown, Pa., includes stories of life since the beginning of the century such as raising tomatoes by the acres, family gatherings, copies of ads in a 1905 seed catalog, grandfather clock, cranking the Model T Ford, a trip to Niagara, . . . (102pp. illus., Masthof Press, 2006.) $9.99 2096. Reflections of His Love and Care and Life and Testimony of Son Roy Laverne Denlinger by R. Elverta Denlinger Pictorial autobiography of a mother who raised her family in Lancaster Co., Pa., including a son with cystic fibrosis. She recounts descriptive stories of how God touched the family as they watched their son and brother suffer. Elverta was fortunate to have her mother's diaries that provided details of her life as a child. Read about life as a Mennonite during the Depression years; and life as an eight-year-old hospitalized for an appendectomy. (64pp. illus. Author, 1998.) $9.95 2772. Revisiting Grammie, A Memoir; Fannie Siegrist Brechbill, 1869-1937 by Jem Nolt Nelson This is the life story of the author's grandmother, "Grammie" Fannie Siegrist Brechbill (1869-1937), as remembered by her relatives and documented in her diary, along with an account of the author's family of origin. Jem Nolt Nelson, of Wilmington, Del., provides eyewitness information about the Old Order River Brethren of eastern Pa. She tells about family, farm, and small-town life among the plain people of southeastern Pa. in the first half of

the twentieth century. Nelson sustains interest with a series of family photos, a chart of family members, and sensitive probing into faith, struggles, and feelings of the main characters. An inspiring example of a family surviving the Great Depression. (158pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2003.) $14.99 954. Reuben by Mary Christner Borntrager Growing up in an Amish home is no protection from peer pressure. Reuben struggles to balance wanting to prove himself to his friends and living up to the expectations of his parents. This is book 5 in the Ellie's People series. (160pp. Herald Press, 1992.) $8.99 3004. The Revelation by Beverly Lewis Bittersweet and inspiring, The Revelation is a suspenseful fiction story of long-awaited forgiveness, undying love, and elusive second chances in Pa.'s Amish country. Concludes Abram's Daughters series. (345pp. Bethany House Pub., 2005.) $12.99 12. Rosanna of the Amish by Joseph W. Yoder True story of an Irish orphan who was raised by the Amish in central Pa. in the 1800s. Follow Rosanna through childhood, youth, courtship, marriage, and child rearing. See how her lifestyle differs from that of her Catholic brothers and sister when they visit from Philadelphia. Learn how the Amish take care of their own and even now maintain time-honored traditions. (320pp. illus. Herald Press, 1995.) $9.99 2829. The Sacrifice by Beverly Lewis Following the powerful saga of four Amish sisters through three generations in Gobbler's Knob in Pa., the sisters in this book are torn apart--Sadie by shunning, Leah by grief, Mary Ruth is swept off her feet by an Amish boy, and Hannah pursues baptism all alone. (325pp. Bethany House, 2004.) $12.99 2494. Sanctuary by Beverly and David Lewis By the same author as The Shunning, The Confession, and The Reckoning, this is another intriguing story of a woman in peril, of her husband's unflagging love, and of the tiny Amish community where she flees to. (320pp. Bethany House, 2001.) $12.99 709. Sara's Summer by Naomi R. Stucky An entrancing fiction story based on authentic details, Orphan Sara visits a Hutterite colony where her father once lived. As the summer passes, Sara discovers the beauty of this peace-loving people and learns more of her father's past. Then she must make the fateful decision to live with friends in Toronto or become a Hutterite. (140pp. Herald Press, 1990.) $6.99 2097. Sarah by Mary Christner Borntrager Sarah Troyer faces changes in her Amish family as a result of her mother's illness and death. She learns to accept a new mother and discovers what it means to work as a hired girl. (144pp. Herald Press, 1995.) $8.99 1159. Sarah of the Border Wars by James D. Yoder The midwestern frontier is torn by the turbulent struggles of pro- and antislavery forces of the mid 1800s. The violence and conflict of these border wars threaten to consume the peaceful Mennonite and Amish communities of central Missouri. Left without her husband, Sarah is forced to protect her family and her farm from rebel bushwhackers and encroaching Union forces while preserving her lifelong commitment to following Christ in the way of peace. (186pp. Faith & Life Press, 1993.) $9.95 29. The Secret Church by Louise A. Vernon The story of the Anabaptists during the Reformation. The main characters are two teenage boys who are cousins and a teenage girl whose mother is dead and whose father is the most hated man in the community. The story is about their involvement in a heretical church. (128pp. Herald Press, 1967.) $7.99 2926. The Shadow of Eternity by Carol Worthington Murphy This historical fiction book tells the story of a Mennonite boy who escapes from Berne, Switzerland, following the death of his parents who are martyred for their faith. Jakob settles with a Yoder family in the Palatinate where he grows to manhood, marries, and

has children. The exciting story continues as the family migrates to America. (398pp. Illuminati Press, 2003.) $14.50 3040. Shepherds, Servants, and Prophets by Harry Loewen Twenty-four short biographies of some of the spiritual, intellectual, and cultural Russian-Mennonite leaders who sought to serve and guide their people through the difficult period from 1880 to 1960. (446pp. Pandora Press, 2003.) $36.50 1898. The Shunning by Beverly Lewis The poignant story of a young Amish woman caught between an age-old order and today's turbulent world. Gives readers a glimpse into the traumatic, life-shaking experience known as "the shunning." (283pp. Bethany House Pub., 1997.) $12.99 1523. Special Handling: An Autobiography by Clara S. (Jennings) Raber From rural Tennessee to urban mission work in Detroit, Michigan, and elsewhere, Clara (Jennings) Raber (and her husband) has made a remarkable impact on not only her family and friends, but also the Mennonite church at large. This is a great example of how to write both an informative and exciting autobiography. See a fourpage article in the July 1995 Mennonite Family History on Clara Jennings Raber. (293pp. illus. Author, 1994.) $10.95 3093. Stages--Growing in Faith and Art by Jim Young Memoir of Wheaton College professor Jim Young as he intertwines his work in theater with his lifetime spiritual search. Jim taught at Wheaton College in Illinois for years and previously at a number of other universities mentoring many students who now act and direct all over the world. Read the stories of his experiences from his early life, family, and commitment to faith. (190pp. Aslanden Press, 2006.) $14.95 2166. Standing in the Light: The Captive Diary of Catherine Carey Logan by Mary Pope Osborne Captured by Indians the first month of 1763, young Catherine continues to write in her diary telling her Papa of the experiences she and her brother, Thomas, encounter. Read how she reconciles her Quaker upbringing with life in a Lenape Community and her eventual return to her own family in Delaware Valley, Pa. (186pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1998.) $10.95 2741. Stephen Berkey, 1818-1888; Nomad on the American Frontier by Jason S. Martin Like a patchwork quilt, the author has pieced together the story of his gt-grandfather's life on the American frontier. Stephen Berkey married twice and had 22 children intermarried into the following families: Bauman, Bergey, Bixler, Bloom, Brenneman, Good, Howard, Imhoff, Markley, Overholt, Paulin, and Yeager. (216pp. illus. Author, 2003.) $16.00 336. Stories From Grandpa's Rocking Chair by Sara Kaetler Janie enjoyed being with her grandparents and thrilled at hearing stories about life in pioneer days. Listen with Janie as Grandpa relates story after story: some sad, some humorous, but all exciting. (64pp. Kindred Press, 1984.) $4.95 3183. Stories My Father Told Us . . . That His Grandchildren and Their Children Might Know by Karl Bartsch Henry G. Bartsch (1896-1966) tells his story here intermingled with comments by his son Karl. The story begins in 1919, a little over a year after the Russian Revolution began, and continues as the family serves in African missions, with furloughs in Canada. (272pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2006.) $12.99 2461. Storm Clouds on the Shenandoah Valley: A Story of Civil War Times by David Lehigh By the time of the Civil War, Church of the Brethren families had spread from Philadelphia to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Follow the Bowman family as they reject slavery, refuse to fight, and secretly aid Negro slaves to escape to Canada whenever possible--all creating tension with their slave-holding neighbors, the Hartmans. (107pp. Author, 2001.) $6.50

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3080. A Strong Tower by Rebecca Martin Confused and frightened 16-year-old Anna Proust and her family chose to become Christians in the 1100s-- this historical fiction book describes the struggles and persecution of the Waldensians. For Anna, this trek was not only a search for refuge, but a search for truth, peace, and a strong tower for her soul as she left the Roman Catholic Church that had become obscured by error, greed, and sin. As we encounter conflict in our snug and comfortable home and church settings, do we find our security in the "strong tower" of God's Word? (193pp. ChristianLight Pubs., 2004.) $7.95 1002. The Struggle in Ferrara by William Gilbert Persecution of Christians have existed for generations, but this story, based on fact, will tear at your heart strings as you become engrossed in life in Italy more than 00 years ago. The story begins in May 1 when a tired man who appears to be a devout friar is actually a dynamic Protestant underground preacher. This story is true, exciting, suspenseful, and even horrifying as you meet the underground church in Duchess Renee's castle. Follow the growing love affair between Camille and Teresa, and discover a spy in the small group of believers. (128pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1992.) $7.99 2629. Tall Cedars Homestead by Carrie Bender A just-married Amish couple settles on a homestead in Mont. and experiences the excitement of beginning a new life together, the loneliness of distance from their family, the thrilling beauty of the nearby majestic mountains, the fear of mysterious night-time prowlers, a hostile taxpayer, and neighbors who eventually apologize--all shared amidst the four seasons experienced by Miriam "Joy" who was just a little girl in the popular "Miriam's Journal Series." In this "Joy's Journal #1," Joy has just married Kermit and moved to Tall Cedars Homestead. (128pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2002.) $7.95 2927. Ten Acres Enough: The Classic 1864 Guide to Independent Farming by Edmund Morris When Morris left the business world and bought a small farm in the early 1800s, he wrote about his experience emphasizing that agricultural success depended not on how much was grown, but instead on what and how. He contrasts country and city life, despairs over weeds and raising pigs, and writes about the joy of establishing a home. (176pp. Dover, reprint of 1864 ed.) $7.95 2431. That Blessed Hope: The Story of Daniel and Marian Weaver by J. Carl Sensening This is a story of the pilgrimage of a Lancaster Co. Mennonite family through the 20th century. Daniel Weaver and Marian Rutt were nurtured in the twin passion of missions fervor and church loyalty. They married in 1930 and reared seven children in Blue Ball, Pa. Read about the doctor who could not sleep, the upside-down nose, and the girl who resembled Jackie Kennedy, and the triumphs of parenting handicapped children. (207pp. illus. Executive Printing, 2000.) $12.95 755. Thou Art Peter: A Story of the Pioneer Peter Martin and the Woolrich Mennonites by Isaac R. Horst This illustrated biography of Peter Martin traces his life from birth in 1769 in Lancaster Co., Pa., to Woolwich Twp., Ont. Although not extensive, this is an interesting overview of Peter and Anna (Zimmerman) Martin and their seventeen children. (37pp. illus. Author, 1983.) $2.50 2169. Thy Kingdom Come; A Journey of Faith by Myrtle Long Haldeman With colorful candor and a delightful humor, this charming grandmother tells her story of life as a farm girl born in the 1920s into a strict religious home of older parents. (131pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1999.) $8.95 2792. Timber Lane Cove by Carrie Bender The story of the Petersheim family continues in book six of the "Whispering Brook" series--this time join

Nancy, Dannie, and their family as they experience daily adventures, life changes, and their abiding love for each other. (144pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $8.99 1114. "The Trail of Agony"--The Arduous Civil War Journey of David Whanger by Thomas Richard Whanger Author views this as a preliminary edition to attract information and comments for yet another edition. David Whanger was born in 1836 in Rockingham Co., Va., a descendant of Immigrant Christian Wenger of Pa. (52pp. illus. index. Author, 1993.) $16.00 708. The Trail of the Conestoga by Mabel Dunham The story of the Christian Eby family who, along with his niece Beccy and her husband Sam Bricker, took part in the Mennonite migration from Pennsylvania to Waterloo Co., Ont., Canada, at the beginning of the 19th century. They sufffered many hardships on their journey north, but through courage and endurance, they finally found a new life in Canada. (341pp. Aden Eby, 1990 reprint of the 1942 edition.) $20.00 3018. Trailblazing in Penn's Woods by Carrie Bender Dannie and Susie Petersheim delve into a box of books given to them by a neighbor and learn about Dorothea Marguerite who travels to America with her mother. Sadly, her mother dies at sea and Dorothea finds herself alone in a strange new land. Kind friends, Christian and Anna Herr give her a home in Grasdaudy Hans Herr's house near Lancaster, Pa., before she travels westward with her uncle through the thickets of Penn's Woods. A heart-rending capture by the Indians is followed by an exciting rescue by a young trapper. (114pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005.) $7.95 2295. Treasure in the Darkness by Linda Neidermyer Treasure in the Darkness is a compelling account of an honest quest to know God through a journey of pain, in the sudden death of a teenage son. Is God indeed who He claims to be? Does He actually care for us on a daily basis? Is He really there when everyone else turns away? In today's high stress culture, it is a timely narrative that calls forth hope from despair, beckoning us to a deeper life in Christ through troubles that are shattering. (107pp. Author, 1999.) $2.99 2808. Trials of the Hochstetler Family by John M. Byler The Hochstetler family begins at Winterkraut in the Bernese Oberland of Switzerland, before they were forced to flee to France and then later to America. They settled in Berks Co., Pa., and prospered along with many other Amish families until disaster struck in 1757 when the Hochstetler homestead was attacked and several family members killed, while father Jacob (age 45) and his two sons (ages 11 and 13) were captured by the Indians. Col. Henry Bouquet's papers record his conversations with Jacob Hochstetler. (149pp. Author, 2004.) $8.99 2037. Twenty-Six World Travel Adventures by Katherine Baker Travel to near and far-reaching places on our incredibly beautiful planet with Kitty Baker as she pokes into offthe-path places from Antarctica to China, to the Gobi, to Italy, to Kenya, to Philadelphia, to the Sahara, to Siberia, to Quebec, and other places where her experiences with local people make every journey an adventure. (192pp. Author, 1998.) $12.95 1573. Uncle Aaron Stauffer's Diary, 1947-1956 edited by Enos E. Stauffer Interesting excerpts from the late Aaron B. Stauffer's (1926-1995) diary is "a great tribute to Old Order Mennonite historiography, "according to historian Amos B. Hoover. It reveals the progress and struggles of more than a half century in a rather tiny and isolated Mennonite community in southeastern Snyder Co., Pa. (122pp. illus. Enos E. Stauffer, 1995.) $6.95

3095. The Unwanted Son by Benuel M. Fisher Living to the age of 89 years, Lester always gave credit to God for leading him in life from the age of eight years when his father died and he went to live with a harsh farmer who mistreated him. One night while crying to God in bed, he heard God say to run and he ran away, but did not know what he was running into. An inspiring story! (119pp. Author, 2003.) $7.95 2139. Virginia and the Tiny One by Esther Bender This true-to-life story is set in the 1850s, on a mountain plateau of western Maryland. Spending Christmas at Grandma's would be fun if only Virginia knew what was happening at home. Then on Christmas Day Papa bursts in the door announcing, "Mama's okay." There are three of them! Life has just handed Virginia a test of faith and caring. Book two in the Lemon Tree Series, for children ages 8-12. (104pp. illus. Herald Press, 1998.) $6.99 927. War-Torn Valley by Joyce Miller A presentation of life among the Mennonites of Virginia during the Civil War, this is a realistic picture of what life could be like for us, should circumstances change in America. The Blosser family lives in suspense of what will happen to Father because of the decisions he felt led to make in their difficult situations. This is a very well-written, factually accurate narrative. (256pp. illus. hardcover. Rod and Staff, 1990.) $9.90 2734. A Way Was Opened; A Memoir by Ruth Brunk Stoltzfus Ruth improvised a remarkable career as a churchwoman, family speaker, and strong business leader. Feeling a call to support Christian families, she began a nationally syndicated radio program. Ruth eventually became the first woman to be ordained by the Va. Conf. of the Mennonite Church. Born in 1915, her father, George Brunk I, and brothers were active as evangelists, educators, and leaders in the church. (344pp. illus. Herald Press, 2003.) $24.99 2490. We Never "Dated"!: A Real Love Story by Carl and Abigail Jarboe Gail (Abigail) Frohock virtually did not date either at the University of New Hampshire, or in graduate school. After hearing a talk on the significance of a mom to the teenager, she told God that she really would like to be a mom to be significant to a teenager, but that if He wanted her to get married, He would need to attract the man, because she did not know how. (150pp. hardcover. Abigail E. Jarboe's Affordable Printing, Supplies, and Advertising Specialties, 2001.) $9.99 2801. When Lightning Strikes by Hugh Alan Smith Historical fiction with a touch of romance, this story is based in Russia in 1874 where Paul is faced with the struggles of living with his aunt and her group of Hutterites. Will Paul leave Hannah, the girl with shining brown eyes, and the Hutterites and run to the wild life of the American west? (184pp. illus. Herald Press, 2004.) $12.99 2327. When Stars Begin To Fall by Denise Williamson The profound sequel to The Dark Sun Rises (#2194), this book is also unforgettable, powerful, and masterfully written. Here Mayleda comes to Philadelphia from the Delora southern plantation and marries a man who became involved in the struggles of blacks as an anti-slavery advocate. A fair-skinned Negro child of unknown origin becomes the subject of a controversy that threatens to ruin Mayleda's reputation. Their only hope to save the child from slave catchers is the Underground Railroad which plunges them into lots of danger! (480pp. Bethany House Pub., 2000.) $11.99 2855. When the River Calls by Hugh Alan Smith Sequel to When Lightning Strikes, this takes place six years after the Hutterites arrive in South Dakota from the Russian steppes. In this historical novel, Hannah's relationship with Paul appears to deepen until he abandons the colony, disappearing somewhere up the Missouri River. Adventure and excitement unfold as Hannah searches. (259pp. Herald Press, 2004.) $12.99 2141. Where Do All the Memories Go? My Life Story and Extended Family Influences, 1921-1997 by D. Lowell Nissley

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Enjoy recollections of a Mennonite pastor through pictures and script as the author takes you through C.P.S. memories and memories of Christian service. Excerpts from Civil War diaries and stories passed on from previous generations add to this unique biography. (127pp. illus. index. Nüssli Haus, 1998.) $18.95 1944. Where's Momma? by Marion Delagrange This true story written by Mabel (Smucker) Yoder's daughter (lives in Virginia) tells of her family's experiences while relating to a mother/wife/grandmother who has Alzheimers. The patient love and caring required in a round-the-clock lifestyle of living and working with someone who has this disease that produces fear, anxiousness, nervousness, and crying is a touching and effective story. (87pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $9.95 929. Whisper of Love: An Amish Romance on the Moonlit Prairie by Jewel Miller The wild, beautiful prairies of western Kans. with their sunflowers and mockingbirds seem like a paradise for Maudie, a young Amish girl. But the prairie is also hostile at times when cyclones and grasshoppers threaten her home. Whisper of Love follows Maudie through her teen years and into adulthood. (176pp. Herald Press, 1991. )$7.99 2296. Who Was First? by Grace Grove This biography of artist, designer, and toymaker Rene D. Grove tells the true story of the man who really created Micky the mouse. An interesting collection with lots of illustrations including some in color that Rene D. Grove produced. The last part of the book includes a section called "Grove Genealogy" with surnames: Buzzard, Ebersole, Engle, Grove, Heidelbaugh, Hostetter, Kraybill, Martin, Metz, Newcomber, Riekert, and Wittle. (122pp. illus. Author, 1985.) $11.95 2298. With Great Care . . . And Kindness: An AmishCountry Veterinarian by Everett E. Denlinger, VMD This Lancaster Co., Pa., veterinarian shares varied experiences that he has had as he offered his services to the community around him. Read about the world record delivery, a 13-hour house call during the Blizzard of 1956, and an unexpected treatment of an elephant! (122pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1999.) $13.95 3062. Without the Loss of One; The Story of Nevin and Esther Bender and Its Implications for the Church Today by Don, Mildred, and Titus Bender Leaders of the Conservative Mennonite Church, the Benders lived in rural Delaware, Mississippi, and the Middle East--an engaging family history with significant lessons for today's church. (274pp. illus. Cascadia, 2005.) $15.95 390. The Yoder Outsiders by James D. Yoder A powerful and moving story of a boy's spiritual pilgrimage into a Mennonite community. Ted Yoder's grandfather was silenced in the Mennonite pulpit after he purchased a parlor organ for his daughter. Two generations later, his grandson attends a Mennonite revival service and their lives are changed. Ted and his brother, Alden, need to survive some bewildering situations though. (210pp. illus. Infinity Pub., 2006 reprint of 1968 ed.) $13.95

1318. Brethren Dress: A Testimony To Faith by Esther Fern Rupel and William R. Eberly This is the first extensive treatment of the character and significance of the Brethren dress with over 220 illus. (200pp. hardcover. Brethren Encyclopedia, Inc., 1994.) $49.75 317. The Brethren Encyclopedia An encyclopedia of Brethren life, belief, practice, and history. This four-volume set is a comprehensive work of reference with more than 230 articles on family history. It contains the most up-to-date information ever assembled on all of the Brethren bodies and many illustrations never before published. This is a must for Brethren genealogists who will gain an overview of surnames, history, life, and thought. (3,126pp. hardcover. Brethren Encyclopedia, Inc., 1983, 1984.) $220.00. Please add an extra $6.00 to postage bill. 3073. The Brethren Encyclopedia, Volume 4 This new volume 4 contains a comprehensive index, covering all four volumes of The Brethren Encyclopedia plus 517 new articles about Brethren developments between 1980-2000. Additions and corrections to the first three volumes number 551 entries. Updated bibliography and many illustrations including a listing of 1,469 ministers ordained since 1980; a necrology for 1980-2000 listing 600 ministers; and additional sidebar articles of special human interest. (1,000pp. hardcover. Brethren Encyclopedia, 2006.) $80.00, plus an additional $4.00 for shipping. 1861. Brethren Heritage Tour: Switzerland, France, Germany, the Netherlands Video of a European tour featuring historic Anabaptist sites and the original hometowns of the first Brethren and includes contact with members of the Schwarzenau Heritage Society and Mennonites in Krefeld and Surhuisterveen. (45 mins. video. Brethren Encyclopedia, 1996.) $29.00 357. The Brethren in Colonial America by Donald F. Durnbaugh This volume covers the Brethren story, internal strife and schism, and their beliefs during the colonial period until the end of the Rev. War. (660pp. hardcover. Brethren Press, 1967.) $19.95 404. The Brethren in the New Nation by Roger E. Sappington This book is the classic resource in Brethren history of that period when the church moved west between 1785 and 1865. (474pp. hardcover. Brethren Press, 1976.) $19.95 1486. Brethren Society: The Transformation of a "Peculiar People" by Carl F. Bowman The author examines how and why members of the Church of the Brethren were assimilated faster and earlier than their Amish, Mennonite, or even Hutterite cousins. He shows how Brethren dealt with issues such as the salaried ministry, military service, the temperance movement, the "plain garb," etc. (491pp. illus. index. The Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1995.) $21.95 409. Counting the Cost by William G. Willoughby This is the gripping story of an 18th-century Pietist, Alexander Mack, whose religious conscience led him and a small group of followers to separate themselves from the established church in Germany. This action led to the founding of the family of churches which is now commonly referred to as the "Brethren." (176pp. Brethren Press, 1979.) $6.95 1610. Early Records of the Ambler Church of the Brethren, Ambler, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, Founded 1840 compiled by Peggy C. Cramer Church records on the following families: Campman, Cassel, Collier, Davis, Ellis, Gamble, Hagginbotham, Jones, Layman, Moyer, Schwass, Smith, and Walton. (369pp. index. hardcover. Closson Press, 1990.) $35.00 (Add $2.00 extra to postage bill.) 365. European Origins of the Brethren by Donald F. Durnbaugh Tells the story of the formation and expansion of the "New Baptists" in Europe. This book documents the persecution and suppression of this religious group and

their subsequent emigration to America. (464pp. hardcover. Brethren Press, 1958.) $19.95 1869. Fruit of the Vine: A History of the Brethren, 1708-1995 by Donald F. Durnbaugh A portrayal of Church of the Brethren life and history between 1708 and 1995, described as "thoroughly and highly readable. Yields a balanced treatment of the Brethren movement." (448pp. index. hardcover. Brethren Press, 1997.) $49.95 2204. Keeping the Embers Aglow: 100 Years of the Ephrata Church of the Brethren by Charles M. Bieber This story of the first 100 years of the Ephrata Church of the Brethren, Lancaster Co., Pa., is a continuing story of changing patterns--some shadows, some embers. It is an unfinished story, rejoicing in today but pointing to tomorrow. (200pp. illus. index. hardcover. Ephrata Church of the Brethren, 1999.) $20.00 2479. A Light in the Valley, 2001: A History of the Codorus Church of the Brethren The first section of the book is the original (1976) edition with minor updates and changes. The second section was added for the history from 1976 to 2001, and includes biographies, stories, memories, and photos from the past 25 years. Frequent names: Brillhart, Godfrey, Hartman, Keeney, Lehman, Miller, Myers, etc. (262pp. illus. index. hardcover. Codorus Church of the Brethren, 2001.) $18.00 1557. Moving Toward the Mainstream: 20th Century Change Among the Brethren of Eastern Pennsylvania by Donald R. Fitzkee This easy-to-read book takes a rare look at the changes experienced by the Church of the Brethren. A fresh look at many areas of change including leadership, nonresistance and peace, the temperance movement and politics, plain dress, and contemporary identity crises. (352pp. illus. Good Books, 1995.) $9.95 881. The Old Brethren by James Lehman This is a delightful book containing fascinating stories about pioneer Brethren families who settled rural America between 1840 and 1850. (384pp. Brethren Press, 1976.) $2.45 3088. One Who Served; Brethren Elder Charles Nesselrodt of Shenandoah County, Virginia by Terry Barkley True story of Elder Nesselrodt--one of the last of the plural free ministers of the Church of the Brethren is shared here as a serious but gentle man who was faithful and dedicated to his family, community, and church. (100pp. illus. index. Lot's Wife Pub., 1998.) $12.95 2483. On the Backroad to Heaven: Old Order Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and Brethren by Donald B. Kraybill and Carl F. Bowman Following a general introduction to Old Order culture, the authors show how each group uses a different strategy to create and sustain its identity. Answers are provided for many puzzling questions. These groups also raise fundamental questions about the nature of human society--particularly about the interplay between the individual and the group. (330pp. index. illus. Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.) softcover, $16.95; hardcover, $29.95 2461. Storm Clouds on the Shenandoah Valley: A Story of Civil War Times by David Lehigh By the time of the Civil War, Church of the Brethren families had spread from Philadelphia to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia. Follow the Bowman family as they reject slavery, refuse to fight, and secretly aid Negro slaves to escape to Canada whenever possible--all creating tension with their slave-holding neighbors the Hartmans. (107pp. Author, 2001.) $6.50 2581. Stover Brethren: The Family of Elder William Stover of Antietam by Richard R. Weber Elder Johann Wilhelm Stober (1726-1800) was born in Staffort, Germany, and died in Franklin Co., Pa. His nine children scattered to five states. This book includes the descendants of William Stover as well as his ancestors back to 1609--over 13,000 individuals

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2254. The Beliefs of the Early Brethren by William G. Willoughby An analysis of the beliefs of the Brethren Church from 1706 to 1735, this book shows how the Brethren reflected not only the major Portestant beliefs, but also specific emphases of the Pietists, Separatists, and Anabaptists. (110pp. Brethren Encyclopedia, 1999.) $39.75 972. Brethren Beginnings by Donald F. Durnbaugh This volume was first written in 1960 for a dissertation and studies the origin of the Church of the Brethren that dates to the early 1700s in Europe. (99pp. index. hardcover. Brethren Encyclopedia, Inc., 1992.) $30.00

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in nine generations. Some names that appear in the index are Barnhart, Britts, Flora, Good, Johnson, Naff, Noffsinger, Royer, Shank, Stover, Welty, Wingert, etc. (702pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2001.) $46.50 1004. Two Centuries of Brothersvalley Church of the Brethren, 1762-1962 by Rev. H. Austin Cooper Story of the historic Brueders Thal or Stony Creek Church organized by Rev. Georg Adam Martin in 1762 in Stonycreek Twp., Somerset Co., Pa.; it covers the European background of the church, colonial movements, the Ephrata and Snow Hill Cloisters, the Glades Wars, printing of the Somerset Bible, Boone Mill, etc. (544pp. index. hardcover. 1992 reprint of 1962 ed.) $39.95

be recycled. Young children will enjoy this day-in-thelife story of two barn savers while they'll be receiving an important lesson in conservation. Illustrator Ted Lewin's master touch renders the scenes authentic. (32pp. hardcover/jacket. Boyd Mill Press, 1999.) $15.95 3083. Becca by Carol Duerksen and Maynard Knepp Watch Becca as a 16-year-old Amish girl find her freedom as a teenager and leaves her family for the first time. Ride with her on her first job driving tourist buggies in Pa. Jonas Series #4. (unpaged. Willowspring Downs, 1997.) $9.95 1696. Bird in the Hand by Ken Munro A Sammy and Brian Mystery #2. When the small village of Bird-In-Hand comes to the aid of Amishman David Lapp, strange things happen. A stranger, claiming to be a brother, chases after a tattooed man. Who is The Bird? And who is setting ten fires and why? Ages 9-13. (122pp. ages 9-13. Gaslight Publishers, 1995.) $5.95 2591. The Blacksmith by Bobbie Kalman Here children will learn what a blacksmith is and what equipment and tools he used. Colorful drawings and photos illustrate the tools a blacksmith made for the farmer, the home, and other businesses. The glossary includes words as farrier, forge, vise, anvil, hardy, etc. (32pp. illus. index. Crabtree Pub. Co., 2002.) $7.95 2261. Blue Feather's Vision by James E. Knight An aged Indian chief fears that white strangers who have visited his village will return to destroy the Indian way of life. A children's book, part of the Adventures in Colonial America series. (31pp. illus. Troll, 1982.) $3.95 2262. Boston Tea Party by James E. Knight A Boston, Mass., merchant describes the American colonists' act of protest against British taxation and the tea monopoly of the East India Company. Part of the Adventures in Colonial America series. (31pp. illus. Troll, 1982.) $3.95 1697. Chatterbox for Kids Encourages even shy kids to open up, share opinions and frustrations, as well as hopes, dreams. By hearing others' responses, they learn to relate and respect others' views. Best of all, they develop better self-esteem and understanding of their place in the family and the world. It's great for big kids, too! (175 cards in box. ApronStrings, 1995.) $9.50 1320. A Child's Day by Bobbie Kalman and Tammy Evert How did children spend their days long ago? This colorfully illustrated book written especially for children examines many areas of daily life such as chores, mealtimes, school, games, toys, Sunday, a trip to town. Glossary has words such as curtsy, buckwheat, horehound, petticoat, and sampler. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1994.) $7.95 1488. Children's Clothing of the 1800s by Bobbie Kalman and David Schimpky Here is an in-depth look at the way children dressed in the 19th century. Young readers will be taken into the world of petticoats, skeleton suits, crinolines, and knickers. Beautiful artwork, period etchings, and fullcolor photos will captivate readers of any age. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1995.) $7.95 2963. Children's Historical Travel Games and Pastimes edited by Theodore Newport Fun-filled collection of activities, such as guessing games, word games, dot-to-dot, mazes, and pencil and paper pastimes. Features such favorites as Old Mother Hubbard, Geography, The Quill Pen, and Who Am I? (29pp. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 2909. Children's Life in Colonial America by Theodore Newport Describes the everyday life of typical colonial children--how they lived, games they played, how they worked, what they ate, what they wore, how they were educated, and much more. (29pp. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 3158. The Christmas Story by Carol J. Haile and Freiman F. Stoltzfus

Through calligraphy and beautiful artwork, this picture book for children and adults imagines the first Christmas taking place in an Amish community with Mary and Joseph as Amish. Imagine. . . (60pp. illus. hardcover with jacket. Firenze Press, 2001.) $27.95 2682. Circus of Fear by Kathleen Pennell A series of "accidents" has everyone in Bedford nervous about the circus that just came to town. When Amy Jo and Becky land jobs giving pony rides, they too become involved in the mystery that leads them chasing a clown. Lots of excitement in this Pony Investigators #3! (95pp. illus. Paddock Pub., 2002.) $5.95 2416. Classroom Games by Bobbie Kalman and Heather Levigne In early classrooms, teachers often had limited supplies with which to teach the students. Classroom Games (ages 6-14) describes the fun and creative activities that teachers in pioneer communities taught students good behavior as well as the three R's. Games made learning fun involving spelling, drama, music, etc. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 2000.) $7.95 2076. Colonial Kids: An Activity Guide to Life in the New World by Laurie Carlson Children of the colonial period were clever and inventive, making their own toys. Here you can learn to make a colonial-style wig and tie on an apron, mix some homemade cough syrup, churn butter, taste some candied orange peel, write a letter with a quill pen, dip candles, drink spiced cider, make a compass, etc. (142pp. illus. Chicago Rev. Press, 1997.) $12.95 860. Columbus Discovers America Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Significant moments and events in the dramatic story of Columbus's first voyage and discovery of America are done here in forty-one superb drawings. Fully captioned, ready-to-be colored illustrations. (48pp. Dover, 1987.) $2.95 2406. Conestoga Wagons by Richard Ammon The Conestoga wagon was a means of transportation for carrying goods from state to state hauling up to five tons of food, tools, mail, and other supplies. The author describes how these sturdy wagons were built, what they carried, and how the teamsters who drove them endured the difficult journey. For ages 6-10. (32pp. illus. hardcover with dust jacket. Holiday House, 2000.) $17.95 2045. Creep Frog by Ken Munro Where in Kitchen Kettle Village, Lancaster Co., Pa., is Charles Parker? The kidnapped frog isn't talking, but Zulu, the African parrot, has plenty to say. U. S. marshals want Sammy and Brian, Bird-in-Hand's amateur detectives, to find their hidden witness before Mack Roni, a thug, grabs him. For ages 9-13. A Sammy and Brian Mystery #7. (141pp. Gaslight Publishers, 1998.) $5.95 3169. The Cross Keys Caper by Ken Munro When an Indian rents the entire Beacon Hill Campground for himself and friends, a baffling mystery unfolds. #18 in the "Sammy and Brian Mystery Series." (154pp. Gaslight Pub., 2006.) $5.95 861. Cut and Assemble an Old-Fashioned Farm by A. G. Smith A turn-of-the-century era farm can be recreated here, consisting of nine full-color buildings. Buildings include a Victorian farmhouse, barn, silo, smokehouse, machine shed, outhouse, piggery, doghouse, icehouse, and corncrib. All pieces are numbered and labeled for easy and enjoyable assembly by any age. (48pp. Dover, 1983.) $6.95 862. Cut and Assemble the Mayflower by A. G. Smith A full-color paper model of the reconstruction at Plymouth Plantation that hobbyists of all ages can create. Step-by-step instructions and easy-to-follow diagrams enable beginners as well as experienced modelers to assemble a large (17-inch-long) durable model of the Mayflower. (48pp. 16 full-color plates. Dover, 1988.) $9.95

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3157. A is for Amish by Kim Gehman Knisely This beautiful children's picture book describes the Amish and the beauty of the area where they live as one reads through the alphabet. Learn about the toys Amish children play with, type of school they attend, and how they spend their free time. (32pp. illus. 2004.) $9.95 2469. Alaska Coloring Book pictures by Mollie Yoder This coloring book was made to accompany the books North To Alaska (#1977) and To Alaska In A School Bus (#2489). It has 49 pages of easy-to-color pictures of the Yoder family's trip to Alaska. They traveled in a bus and saw much wildlife along the way. (49pp. Author, 1997.) $2.75 857. American Family of the Pilgrim Period: Paper Dolls in Full Color by Tom Tierney Entertaining as well as educational, this full-color collection of eight dolls and thirty-two costumes features a family that spans three generations. Each family member comes complete with four sets of period apparel, including clothing for work and travel, for leisure wear, and for special occasions. (32pp. 40 illus. Dover, 1987.) $4.95 2188. Amish Cooking For Kids by Phyllis Pellman Good, Kate Good, and Rebecca Good Each delicious, basic recipe, clearly outlined in easyto-follow steps, is tied to a particular event or occasion in Amish life--school picnics, weddings, family reunions. . . . (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1999.) $9.95 1690. Amish Justice by Ken Munro A Sammy and Brian Mystery #3. The duo turns into a trio when Joyce Myers joins the detective team down on the farm. Is Lancaster Co. farmland worth killing for? Frank Crawford thinks so. And when the police call the attempts on his life accidents, the old farmer sends for the teenage detectives. The super sleuths discover five suspects who want the farm. (135pp. ages 9-13. Gaslight Publishers, 1996.) $5.95 1375. An Amish Quilt Coloring Book by Cheryl Benner A charming children's coloring book inspired by Amish life. Children participate in the beauty and grandeur of Amish quilts by coloring the lovely pages. Some pages highlight the geometric patterns of quilts; some present quilts in scenes from Amish life. For ages 3-6. (32pp. illus. Good Books, 1994.) $2.95 2107. An Amish Wedding by Richard Ammon It's November, the traditional month for Amish weddings, and there's plenty to do to prepare for Anna's marriage to Samuel. Beautiful art and accurate text provide a captivating look at the unique details of the Amish wedding tradition. Ages 5-10. (32pp. full color. hardcover. Atheneum, 1998.) $17.00 2260. Barn Savers by Linda Oatman High In this gentle story, a man and his young son carefully dismantle a 100-year-old barn so that all of its parts can

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1490. Daily Life in a Covered Wagon by Paul Erickson This thrilling adventure takes the reader back in time to the pioneering days of wagon trains through color photographs of real objects from the past. Discover how a typical family from Indiana traveled to Oregon, how they lived, how they dressed, what they ate, what they saw, and how they survived this hazardous journey. (48pp. illus. hardcover. Preservation Pr., 1994.) $16.95 3058. Da Volf un di Drei Piklen by Hank Hershberger For younger children, this book is written in Pa. Dutch accompanied by full-page, full-color illustrations. (35pp. color illus. Author, 2005.) $4.98 1817. Doom Buggy by Ken Munro Twenty cut-out letters are found where the stolen buggy stood. Will the letters spell murder for George Brock? Or is someone trying to scare the welder to death? Set in Bird-in-Hand, Lancaster Co., Pa., here is a mystery geared for ages 9-13 but of interest to all ages. Discover who stole the buggy and why. There is even a page of letters for the reader to cut out and arrange in a sentence to provide a clue. A Sammy and Brian Mystery #5. (145pp. Gaslight Publishers, 1997.) $5.95 2079. Early American Crafts and Occupations Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Travel back in time over 300 years for an authentic glimpse of typical occupations practiced in colonial America from the mid-17th to the late 18th century. Forty lively scenes depict a variety of trades- and craftspeople: the water cart driver, the town crier, the tinker, and many more. An intriguing window to the past! (45pp. illus. Dover Pub., 1994.) $2.95 1329. Early American Trades Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland This informative coloring book provides illustrations of 22 crafts that were once widespread in early America, but are now rarely seen. Wigmakers, farriers, glass blowers, hatters, a whitesmith, cutlers, coopers, cabinetmakers, a coppersmith, 13 other tradesmen and their tools are shown in period costume at work. (48pp. illus. Dover, 1980.) $2.95 1412. Easy-to-Make Columbus Discovers America Panorama by A. G. Smith Designed for youngsters six years and up, the curving three-dimensional panorama depicts Columbus's arrival in the New World. Included are paper models of the explorer's famous three ships as well as crew members, a village, natives, local vegetations and animal stock. Easy-to-follow step-by-step instructions explain clearly how to cut out and assemble this entertaining and instructive tableau. (16pp. Dover, 1990.) $3.50 2913. Easy-To-Make Early American Folk Dolls Book Includes instructions to make twelve historical folk dolls, such as a handkerchief doll, yarn doll, rag doll, cornhusk doll, corncob doll, spoon doll, and others. (29pp. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 1330. Exploration of North America Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland Thirty-nine realistic line drawings depict historic events that span centuries of exploration--from the arrival of the Vikings in Vinland (ca1000 A.D.) to the establishment of the colonies in Va., Md., and Mass., and the exploration of the American Far West. (48pp. illus. Dover, 1992.) $2.95 2603. Feelings, A To Z written and illustrated by Kathleen Lehigh James Benchy, a Pa. Dutch nickname for Benjamin, is the son of the author. We follow him in this colorfully illustrated hardcover book for a travelogue through the imaginative world of emotions of an eight-yearold boy. Each letter of the alphabet is illustrated with emotions beginning with that letter: dandy, dynamic, dear, disappointed, dreary, nurturing, nice, nasty, timid, trustworthy, tender, truthful, terrible. (57pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $11.95 2634. Fire, Smoke, and Secrets by Ken Munro This children's historical fiction story (ages 9-15)

based at Wheatland, Lancaster, Pa.--home of President James Buchanan (fifteenth U. S. President), follows three fifteen-year-old super sleuths as they discover why a letter written to President Buchanan in 1868 was never delivered. When artifacts disappear from the Wheatland mansion, the amateur detectives are invited to investigate the thefts. Is there a connection between the missing items and James Buchanan's letter? Secret doors and ghostly noises are usually not part of the Wheatland tours. Why now? (120pp. Gaslight Pub. 2002.) $5.95 2739. Fireball by Ken Munro Bird-in-Hand's 15-year-old super sleuths, Sammy and Brian, solve a year-old mystery of what was thought an accidental fire. It starts with a civil suit in Lancaster Courtroom 12, and is solved in part by an old newspaper found near the burned-out house. Exciting and suspenseful! (158pp. Gaslight Pub., 2003.) $5.95 1919. Fright Train by Ken Munro It started with a secret meeting on the Strasburg Rail Road. It ended with a secret at The National Toy Train Museum. Someone is engineering a plan to steal something a retired actor owns. Is it his old movie scripts? the monster costume? or is it the toy train from the 1942 cult movie, Fright Train? Sammy, Brian, and Joyce, Bird-in-Hand's amateur detectives, must switch tracks to capture the culprit. Reading level, ages 9-13; interest level, ages 9-adult. Sammy and Brian Mystery #6. (127pp. Gaslight Pub., 1997.) $5.95 1496. Games From Long Ago by Bobbie Kalman and David Schimpky Many of the games children play today--Duck Duck Goose, charades, and baseball--have been around for generations. Other games, such as shinny and jackstraws, are not as popular as they were. Games From Long Ago looks at the way board games, parlour games, and other games were played in the 1800s. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1995.) $7.95 2421. German Girl and Boy Paper Dolls by Kathy Allert This colorful paper doll collection invites you to have fun while learning about German folk culture and geography. Two adorable golden-haired youngsters from Germany come with a wardrobe of thirty-two traditional costumes: embroidered jackets and pleated skirts from the Black Forest region, as well as picturesque outfits from the Harz Mountains and other areas of central Europe. (8pp. illus. Dover Pubs., 1999.) $3.50 1336. German Picture Word Book by Hayward Cirker and Barbara Steadman Over 500 common and useful German words will be a wonderful way for the beginner to learn German. Lively pictures of familiar everyday situations and scenes include the zoo, town, farm, rooms of a house, beach, etc. The alphabetical word list is also helpful. Suitable for coloring for children and adults. (33pp. illus. Dover, 1993.) $3.95 2662. Glued Together by Irene Weaver Meet the "Brady Country Kids" down on the home farm in beautiful Lancaster County, Pa., as they go groundhog hunting with Dad, build a one-hundred foot tunnel through straw bales, learn how to milk a cow, Your mouth will water with the homemade food that the Bradys enjoy. This is the first of a series of books for ages 9 through adult that will open your heart to a family who follows God. (153pp. illus. Starlight Publishers, 2002.) $6.95 2870. Grandfather's Secret by Ken Munro This 16th Munro mystery centers around the National Watch and Clock Museum in Columbia, Pa., as young detectives Sammy and Brian, must locate a letter to right a wrong. A riddle stands in their way as they encounter a man dressed in black and a Peeping Tom who also have their eyes on "Grandfather's secret." You will be held in suspense wondering if the letter lost in time will be found in time! (143pp. illus. Gaslight Pub., 2004.) $5.95 3048. Hannah, The Magic Shelter Dog by Ray and Karin Bogardus A children's story that combines both fantasy and reality

while teaching children about animal "shelters." Written primarily for chidren ages 8-12--a colorfully illustrated book. (143pp. color illus. Authors, 2005.) $14.99 2573. Hans Brinker or the Silver Skates by Mary Mapes Dodge and edited by Kathryn Lindskoog The story of a poor brother and sister in long-ago Holland--the beautiful land of windmills, tulips, and wooden shoes. Here Hans and his sister Gretel experience championship skating, hunger and family hardship, and countless adventures. Through trials and moments of great joy, Hans and Gretel show how faith in Christ and loving sacrifice can heal families more than any amount of riches. For ages 9-13. (224pp. illus. P & R Publishing, 2001.) $7.99 3103. Hans un Yarick--Max and Moritz by Wilhelm Busch and John Birmelin "En Buweg'schicht in siwwe Schtreech" (A Story in Seven Tricks) is an illustrated Pa. Dutch story in both Pa. Dutch and English. (58pp. illus. Inkwell Ed., 2002.) $12.99 2121. Henner's Lydia by Marguerite de Angeli Lydia, a young Amish girl, lives on a farm near Lancaster, Pa. All summer she has worked on a small hooked rug to take to market with her father. But Granny's stories, stopping at Cousin Lavina's who is making apple butter, or chasing Nate's runaway pig easily distract her. (74pp. illus. Herald Press, 1998.) $15.99 2452. Historic North American Forts Coloring Book by Peter F. Copeland This excellent collection of ready-to-color illustrations of forts and citadels in North America provides authentic images of 44 of these fortifications--from as far south as Puerto Rico to the northernmost reaches of the United States and Canada. Many of these structures are National Historic Sites, and all open to the public. (48pp. illus. Dover Publications, Inc., 2000.) $2.95 2342. Hitched by Carol Duerksen and Maynard Knepp Book Two in Jonas Series. Struggle with Jonas as he searches for the meaning of Christianity and tradition, and feels his bewilderment as he recognizes that there are Christians who are not Amish and Amish who are not Christians. (137pp. illus. WilllowSpring Downs, 1999.) $9.95 2343. How A Book is Published by Bobbie Kalman How do you make a book? What does an editor do? All the answers can now be found in this book suitable for children. Discover all the secrets from book design to picture research, to how a book is printed. (32pp. illus. Crabtree, 1999.) $5.95 2510. Hurrah For Joey by Ada Mae Hoover Joey had cerebral palsy, but was born before the days of wheelchairs and therapy. Nevertheless, Joey had a happy childhood as his brothers took him wherever possible. Read this true story of a family who shared in so many ways with a son and brother who returned their love. Written on a third-to-fourth-grade level. (36pp. illus. Author, 2001.) $3.75 1029. If You Grew Up With Abraham Lincoln by Ann McGovern What if you grew up with Abraham Lincoln? What kinds of games would you play? What would school be like? This book tells what it was like to grow up on the frontiers of Ky. and Ind., and in prairie towns in Ill. during the early 1800s. Colorfully illustrated. (79pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1992.) $5.99 1061. If You Grew Up With George Washington by Ruth Belov Gross If you grew up with George Washington, what did you do to have fun? Could you hear the news on radio or TV? How did you light your house at night? What did you wear? This book tells what it was like to live in Virginia during the colonial times of the 1730s and 1740s. (64pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1992.) $5.99 1062. If You Lived in Colonial Times by Ann McGovern If you lived in colonial times, what kind of clothes would

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you wear? Would you go to school? What would happen if you didn't behave? This book tells children what it was like to live during the years 1565 to 1776. (80pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1992.) $5.99 1097. If You Lived With the Sioux Indians by Ann McGovern If you lived with the Sioux Indians, would your parents be strict? What could you make out of a buffalo? What would be the bravest thing you could do? This book tells children what it was like to live as a Sioux Indian in North and South Dakota during 1800 to 1850. (80pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1992.) $5.99 777. If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620 by Ann McGovern An older children's book, this challenges the reader with the following questions: If you sailed on the Mayflower, what could you take with you? What would you do when you reached shore? (80pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1991.) $5.99 778. If You Traveled on the Underground Railroad by Ellen Levine Between 1830 and 1860, thousands of southern slaves escaped to the north to freedom. This book clearly depicts the many dangers persons experienced on this mysterious railroad, how it worked, who rode on it and why its very name meant freedom. (64pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1993.) $5.99 818. If You Traveled West in a Covered Wagon by Ellen Levine Another in the Scholastic series for children, this nicely illustrated book answers questions that children have about traveling west in the 1840s. What was a wagon train? Where would you sleep? What would you eat? What about seeing wild animals, sending a letter, having fun, doing chores, etc.? (80pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1992.) $5.99 1389. If Your Name Was Changed at Ellis Island by Ellen Levine Ellis Island was opened in 1892 as a center for immigrants coming to live in America. If you were an immigrant: Would everyone in your family come together? How long would you stay at Ellis Island? (64pp. illus. Scholastic, Inc., 1993.) $5.99 2382. Immigrants by Martin W. Sandler For ages 8 and up, this book has over 100 vintage photos, posters, and paintings from the archives of the Library of Congress to remind us of what becoming American meant to millions of people. Read about the people who, particularly between 1870 and 1920, crossed a wild and dangerous ocean in search of freedom and opportunity in a new land. (92pp. illus. index. HarperCollins Pub., 2000.) $10.99 2575. Jamestown: New World Adventure by James E. Knight Two English children are told the story of their grandfather's experience as one of the original Jamestown colonists of 1607. The story includes Chief Powhatan, Captain John Smith, the Indians, and others. Read how the colonists dealt with food shortage. (32pp. illus. index. Troll Communications, 1982.) $3.95 3170. Joanna's Journey by Rebecca Martin A day from Fayette Co., Pa., to Fairfield Co., Ohio, in 1803, was a long journey of danger and adventure for Joanna Huber and her family. They started off with a Conestoga wagon drawn by four horses, but when they come to Pittsburgh, they load everything onto a flatboat and float down the Ohio River amidst the Indians, bears, and river pirates! Ten-year-old Joanna learns that God's love is the guiding light! (170pp. Carlisle Press, 2006.) $9.99 1965. Jonathan's Journal by Ken Munro Can Sammy and Brian solve a 200-year-old mystery? The journal holds two secrets. As Bird-in-Hand's teenage sleuths investigate the meaning behind the odd mixture of letters and numbers, they receive anonymous notes. Many questions arise. Where is the jeweled necklace? Why did Karen disappear when Scott Boyer arrived in town? For ages 9-13. A Sammy and Brian Mystery #4. (123pp. Gaslight Publishers, 1996.) $5.95

3154. Just Like Mama by Beverly Lewis From taking on the morning milking to egg gathering and berry picking, Susie Mae tackles all of Mama's daily tasks with gently amusing and genuinely touching results. Encourages children to be "just like Jesus." (32pp. Bethany Backyard, 2002.) $14.99 2241. The Last Safe House: A Story of the Underground Railroad by Barbara Greenwood This wonderfully illustrated book tells the story of the Underground Railroad, as seen through the eyes of Eliza, a young runaway slave, and Johanna, a girl whose family gives slaves refuge. Stories, information, and activities bring history to life in this moving portrayal of slavery and friendship, cruelty and kindness, prejudice. (119pp. illus. Kids Can Press, Ltd., 1998.) $10.95 2454. Life in a Medieval Castle and Village Coloring Book by John Green This fascinating book combines the creative fun of coloring with an exciting sense of discovery as it portrays many facets of life during the Middle Ages. Forty-two drawings depict daily life in castle, village, monastery, field, and forest, evoking the excitement and pageantry of tournaments, castle sieges, banquets, battles, and fairs. (44pp. illus. Dover Publications, Inc., 1990.) $2.95 2973. Life of the Ancient Celts by Hazel Richardson The Celts were a legendary people that ruled the extensive region stretching in all directions from present-day Austria. Known as ferocious warriors, the Celts were also skilled forgers of iron. The discovery of salt also allowed the Celts to become wealthy through trade with the rest of Europe until their eventual ruin by Roman conquerors. Most 18th Century immigrants to America are descended from the Celts, and will learn a lot about their history in this colorful and easy-to read book. (32pp. illus. Crabtree, 2005.) $8.95 3049. Lizzie by Linda Byler Based on actual happenings, this story of a five-year-old Amish girl unfolds in Pa. where she lives with her Dat, Mam, and sisters, and their small white kitten. Any age will enjoy this peek into the everyday realities of being an Amish girl. (Buggy Spoke Series #1) (282pp. illus. Author, 2003.) $10.95 3050. Lizzie and Emma by Linda Byler Story continues with Lizzie and Emma, two Amish girls in the farm community of eastern Pa. Though very different, they still have moments of close kinship and acceptance along with spats and conflict. (Buggy Spoke Series #2) (334pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $10.95 3052. Lizzie and Mandy by Linda Byler Lizzie Glick's life is a happy mixture of family, friends, and hard work, until Dat decides to move to a new settlement. Lizzie's struggles grow into an exciting anticipation of new adventures and challenges. (Buggy Spoke Series #4) (330pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $10.95 3051. Lizzie's Carefree Years by Linda Byler Join Lizzie as she discovers the bumps of growing up, questions, feels, rethinks, and finally decides on the joys and conflicts of learning about life. (Buggy Spoke Series #3) (332pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $10.95 3060. Lizzie's Teen Years by Linda Byler Lizzie enters her teen years with new jobs: "mauding," grading eggs, and even teaching school; joins the longanticipated youth group, and learns more about God's will for her life. (Buggy Spoke Series #5) (306pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $10.95 3097. A Look at Raising Turkeys A full-color children's book about the Winand family and their farm where they raise turkeys. (56pp. color illus. Author, 2006.) $12.95 2207. Making Memories by Janette Oke With rich description and breathtaking full-color oil illustrations, this unforgettable picture book will stir your senses and touch the hearts of young children, parents, and grandparents alike. (200pp. illus. hardcover. Bethany House, 1999.) $14.99

3104. Mammi Gans--Mother Goose's Nursery Rhymes by John Birmelin A delightful book of Mother Goose's nursery rhymes in both Pennsylvania Dutch and English! (62pp. illus. Inkwell Ed., 2003.) $12.99 2457. The Medallion's Secret by Ken Munro The Great Spatini needs his stolen medallion back for his mind-reading act at the Fulton Opera House, Lancaster, Pa. What secret does the mystic medallion hold? Is it responsible for Spatini's ability to read minds, make spoons bend, and make solid objects disappear? After the medallion disappears from The Great Spatini's dressing room, Sammy and Brian are on the case. Birdin-Hand's 15-year-old super sleuths collect plenty of facts but no clues. Reading level, ages 9-13 (#11 in the Sammy and Brian mystery series). (129pp. Gaslight Publishers, 2000.) $5.95 2458. Missing Money by Kathleen Pennell Amy Jo Ryan and her new neighbor, Becky Allison, deliver newspapers on their ponies, Ginger and Oreo. Mrs. Martin, a sick elderly customer, discovers that someone has stolen $100 from her purse. To make matters worse, Mrs. Martin can't remember where she's hidden her money box which holds her life savings. The girls draw up a plan to trap the thief ... but will the thief trap the pony investigators instead? This book is #1 of the Pony Investigators series. (88pp. illus. Author, 2000.) $5.95 2208. More Than Moccasins: A Kid's Activity Guide to Traditional North American Life by Laurie Carlson More than 100 illustrated crafts and activities are packed inside to help kids creatively learn about Native American life. Make an Iroquois headdress, fried squash blossoms, or "turtle shell" rattles! Amidst all of the fun, readers will appreciate the traditions and skills handed down from the first people who settled North America. (190pp. illus. Chicago Review Press, 1994.) $12.95 3022. The Mysterious Baseball Scorecard by Ken Munro A baseball scorecard is handed to Sammy and Brian with a cryptic message pointing to a two-year-old burglary. The cold case heats up as the boys in this 17th book of the "Sammy & Brian" series, venture into the world of baseball memorabilia collectors. The story revolves around the Clipper Magazine Stadium in Lancaster, Pa., as Andy, a former umpire, holds a secret, unknown even to himself. Interest level: ages 9-adult. (151pp. Gaslight Pub., 2005.) $5.95 2607. The Mysterious Guest House by Ken Munro An expensive and dangerous weekend at the Smoketown Village Guest House in Lancaster Co., Pa., opens up new doors for amateur sleuths, Sammy and Brian, as they uncover another mystery. Written for ages 9-13, this is #13 in the "Sammy and Brian Mystery Series." (108pp. Gaslight Pub., 2002.) $5.95 3166. The Night Before Christmas; Pennsylvania Dutch and English trans. by Thomas C. Zimmerman and Solomon Delong; ed. by Walter Sauer Full-color illustrations complement this favorite children's story in English and Pennsylvania Dutch! (18pp. illus. hardcover. 2005.) $14.99 2127. The Number Game by Ken Munro Sidney Thomas, being chased by the Lancaster (Pa.) police, must make a hasty decision. Where can he hide one million dollars in diamonds at Root's Country Market and Auction? The mystery begins at the Conestoga Auction with a one-dollar bid. Bird-in-Hand's amateur detectives, Sammy and Brian, become suspicious when the bidding soars to $300. Is it the painting or the empty vase that holds a secret? And . . . who is the masked man? Can you solve the mystery before the amateur sleuths in this eighth Sammy and Brian Mystery? (141pp. Gaslight Pub., 1998.) $5.95 1517. Old-Time Toys by Bobbie Kalman and David Schimpky Until the mid-1800s, most children's toys were homemade, often whittled from a chunk of wood on a winter's night. Later came a wide variety of toys, from rocking horses to porcelain dolls to automated coin banks to magic lanterns. Read about these 19th-century

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playthings, photographed from toy museums. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1995.) $7.95 1355. A One-Room School by Bobbie Kalman Read about school days of long-ago--the daily routine, rules, school supplies, games, discipline, special events, the three R's, and more. Prepared for children of today, this book will also be enjoyed by those who were children years ago. Colorfully illustrated. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1994.) $7.95 2769. One Tiny Twig A genealogy picture book for children, this story is about Emily Twig who celebrates her 14th birthday and receives a family heirloom. This inspires Emily and her grandfather to solve a mystery in the Twig family history. From the cemetery to the courthouse to Ellis Island, the clues and the excitement mount as Emily unravels the mystery of her gt-gt-gt-grandfather. (32pp. hardcover. Mesquite Tree Press, 2003.) $19.95 2701. The Phantom Stallion by Kathleen Pennell The talented "Pony Investigators" secure a job at Shamrock Stables cleaning out stalls when Flash O' Lightning, a valuable race horse, disappears in the middle of the night. What an exciting plot as the vanishing horse is found in the middle of some real danger! Pony Investigators #4. Ages 8-adult. (120pp. illus. Paddock Pub., 2003.) $5.95 2556. Pioneer Church by Carolyn Otto and illus. by Megan Lloyd When the European settlers journeyed to the New World, it was often for religious freedom. A church was usually the first to be established, serving as a meeting place, a school, a hospital, and, always, a place of worship. Based on a real church in Brickerville, Lancaster Co., Pa. Pioneer Church is the story of Old Zion Church--one of the first American churches--and the community who built it. Early pastors were Christian Weiler, W. T. Gerhard, and George B. Raezer. (32pp. illus. hardcover. Henry Holt Co., 1999.) $16.95 2425. Pioneer Dictionary by Bobbie Kalman and Jane Lewis From apothecaries to knickers to zithers, this book is a fascinating picture dictionary of the early pioneers' way of life and the often curious items they used. Each letter features a number of entries to give children (ages 6-14) a broad overview of pioneer life. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 2000.) $7.95 2426. Pioneer Recipes by Bobbie Kalman and Lynda Hale This beautifully illustrated cookbook introduces children (ages 6-14) to the pioneer kitchen and features recipes from the many immigrant groups who built this land. Fascinating text describes how they prepared their meals and gives step-by-step instructions, safety rules, and useful tips on preparing delicious recipes. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 2000.) $7.95 2132. A Pioneer Sampler by Barbara Greenwood Weaving together fiction and fact, Barbara Greenwood tells stories about the Robertsons, a pioneer family living on a backwoods farm in 1840. The author describes the daily tasks of pioneer cooking, slaughtering hogs, and operating a grist mill. A must-have for anyone with even the remotest interest in this period of history. (240pp. illus. glossary. index. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1994.) $10.95 2394. Pioneers by Martin W. Sandler With the hopeful cry of "Westward, ho!" thousands of Americans throughout the 1800s packed everything they owned into covered wagons and traveled west--risking all to seek land and opportunity in the wilds of the great American frontier. (93pp. illus. index. HarperCollins Pub., 1994.) $10.95 2248. Plain Pig's ABCs: A Day on Plain Pig's Amish Farm by Phyllis Pellman Good Plain Pig lives on an Amish farm. She will show you what her home is like with its corners and hide-away spots and long stretches for looking around. From A to Z, Plain Pig finds fun, eats plenty, and can spot an adventure anywhere. Ages 3-6. (24pp. Good Books, 1998.) $6.95

2350. Preacher by Carol Duerksen & Maynard Knepp Book Three in the Jonas Series finds Jonas Bontrager the owner of a racehorse named Preacher, and facing dilemmas that only his faith can explain, and only his faith can help him endure. (128pp. illus. WillowSpring Downs, 1996.) $9.95 1718. The Quilted Message by Ken Munro A Sammy and Brian Mystery #1. The whole village was talking about it. Did the Amish quilt contain more than just twenty mysterious cloth pictures? The pressure was on for Bird-In-Hand's two teenage detectives, Sammy and Brian, to solve the mystery. Was Amos King murdered because of the quilt? Who broke into the country store? It was time for Sammy and Brian to unmask the intruder. (76pp. ages 9-13. Gaslight Publishers, 1994.) $5.95 2516. Reflecto Man by Kathleen Pennell A mysterious stranger wearing reflective sunglasses has moved into the old Johnson place. Against the police officer's orders, the two pony investigators return to the quarry where danger awaits them. Pony Investigators #2. (95pp. illus. Author, 2001.) $5.95 872. The Relatives Came by Cynthia Rylant What fun! Going to visit relatives (cousins, uncles, aunts), all the good times playing, visiting, discovering! The visitors in this story settled in everywhere throughout the house, laughing and making music and hugging everyone from the kitchen to the front room. And they stayed for weeks. This book takes warm delight in the time the relatives came--when two sides of a family made one roomy middle. (illus. Bradbury Press, 1985.) $5.99 1241. Reuben and the Fire by Merle Good and P. Buckley Moss Reuben is an Amish boy who with his friends, Sam and Ben, see his neighbor's barn on fire. Several days later the neighborhood gathers for a barn-raising and Reuben attends. The reader gets inside the world of the Amish with adventure, a sense of place, and humor. (32pp. illus. hardcover. Good Books, 1993.) $14.95 2258. Reuben and the Quilt by Merle Good Reuben's family would make a beautiful quilt to sell at the auction to raise money for an operation needed by their neighbor on the next farm. But the colorful Log Cabin quilt disappears before they have a chance to give it away. This hearty Amish family faces a new adventure! Ages 4-8. (32pp. hardcover. Good Books, 1999.) $16.00 2351. Runaway Buggy by Carol Duerksen and Maynard Knepp This book sweeps the reader into the world of an Amish youth trying to find his way "home." Not only does Runaway Buggy pull back a curtain to more clearly see a group of people, but it intimately reveals the heart of one of their sons struggling to become a young man all his own. Jonas Series #1. (135pp. illus. WillowSpring Downs, 1997.) $9.95 13. The School Picnic by Jan Steffy An informative picture book about a day in the life of the Amish. Steffy accurately shows the fun children have with simple pleasures during the last day of school. (32pp. hardcover. illus. Good Books, 1987.) $12.95 2428. Schoolyard Games by Bobbie Kalman and Heather Levigne Because settler children were expected to help with chores at home, there was often little time for play. Recess time at school gave children the opportunity to play schoolyard games. Colorful illustrations in this children's book (ages 6-14) help explain early versions of skipping, hopscotch, clapping games, string and hoop games, group games, hiding games, ball games, marbles, tops, and more. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 2000.) $7.95 3068. The Secret Passage by Kathleen Pennell Amy Jo and Becky discover a hidden door leading to a series of underground tunnels. Before the girls can escape

the tunnel to warn the police of a fiendish underground plot, the girls are caught in a trap where there seems no possible way to escape. (Pony Invetigators #5) (108pp. illus. Paddock Pub., 2005.) $5.95 2518. Secret Under the Floorboard by Ken Munro A Sammy and Brian Mystery #12. Joshua Glick, a twelve-year-old Amish boy, learns that his shunned brother is involved in a blackmail scheme. Reading level: ages 9-13. Interest level: 9-adult. (150pp. Gaslight Publishers, 2001.) $5.95 1895. Selina and the Bear Paw Quilt by Barbara Smucker When the Civil War breaks out, Selina and her Mennonite family decide to flee their peaceful Pa. farm for a new life in Canada. This beautifully illustrated story brings a little-known aspect of American history to life. (32pp. illus. Crown Pub., 1995.) $6.99 367. Settler Sayings by Bobbie Kalman Have you wondered how some of the sayings we use today originated? Phrases such as: apple of one's eye, don't count your chickens . . . , don't let the bedbugs bite, goose bumps, nest egg, put through the mill, rule of thumb, too many irons in the fire, etc. Written for children, but adults will enjoy reading about phrases they've used not knowing the origin. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1994.) $7.95 2292. Seventh and Walnut by James E. Knight A night watchman who is also the town crier in colonial Philadelphia, Pa., talks about the daily life in the city, its leading citizens, and important landmarks as he shows a visitor to Chestnut Street. (31pp. illus. Troll, 1982.) $3.95 2215. Skippack School by Marguerite de Angeli In 1750 in Pa., mischievous young Eli recently arrived in America with his Mennonite family from Germany and tries to adjust to his new life and especially the teaching methods of his schoolteacher, Christopher Dock. A Newbery Medal Winner. (88pp. color illus. Herald Press, 1999.) $15.99 2355. Slickfester Dude Tells Bedtime Stories: Life Lessons From Our Animal Friends by Carol Duerksen (and Slickfester Dude) True stories of animals on a farm in central Kansas. Slickfester is a black cat whose one leg has been permanently folded across his chest. The stories are written as though Slickfester actually tells Duerksen a bedtime story every night. (86pp. illus. WillowSpring Downs, 1997.) $9.95 793. The Story of the Statue of Liberty by Betsy and Giulio Maestro A colorful children's picture book with striking drawings on the development of the Statue of Liberty. Since she was erected in the New York Harbor in 1886, the Statue of Liberty has welcomed millions of immigrants to the New World, a beautiful symbol of hope and freedom. (47pp. Mulberry Books, 1986.) $6.99 2399. The Story of the Underground Railroad by Peter F. Copeland Coloring book includes 44 illustrations which tell the story of the "underground railroad" helping thousands of slaves escape from Southern states to the North and Canada. Scenes include shocking views of slave pens, "below decks" aboard a slave ship, a family being seized by "slave catchers," refugees arriving at a "safe house," and more. (48pp. illus. Dover Publications, 2000.) $3.95 3085. Swede by Carol Duerksen and Maynard Knepp Against his wishes, Henrick Svensson leaves Sweden and comes to the U.S. as an exchange student, thinking he can make the year bearable by chasing girls and ignoring the rules. Home is in Kansas with wheatfield prairies, church-going Mennonites, and bonneted Amish in their buggies. Surprisingly, he finds friendship with an old Amish man. Follow his journey as Henrick celebrates life and "gets found." (168pp. Willowspring Downs, 2000.) $9.95

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2790. The Swing; A Storybook to Color by Jean Sweigart A delightful coloring book for children with an inspiring story about a swing used by a little girl and her brother and what happens to that swing as the years go by. What a delightful end to a story that all ages can identify! The beautiful illustrations lend themselves for all ages to personalize this timeless tale. (28pp. illus. Author, 2003.) $8.99 2324. Thee, Hannah! by Marguerite de Angeli It seems that nine-year-old Hannah is always getting into scrapes as she struggles to grow up as a good Quaker girl in Philadelphia just before the Civil War. Catch a glimpse of Quaker life as she and her family go to Meeting and to market, host a gathering of Friends, and enjoy ice skating, and other pasttimes. Will Hannah ever learn to be contented as a Friend? Delightful book for ages 4-10. (112pp. Herald Press, 2000.) $15.99 2218. The Tin Box by Ken Munro After Sammy and Brian find a tin box buried in a cellar wall, five people from North Carolina arrive in Birdin-Hand, Pa. They're all looking for Shawn Walker. One of "The North Carolina Five" doesn't want him found. A mysterious note from Shawn Walker takes the fifteen-year-old amateur detectives to a bookstore where they confront a blackmail plot. A Sammy and Brian Mystery #9. (142pp. Gaslight Publishers, 1999.) $5.95 2489. To Alaska in a School Bus by Mollie Yoder In 1955, Floyd and Mollie Yoder from Pa. took their five children on a trip to Alaska in a school bus with Daniel Miller as driver. This book is the adventures of the Yoder children, ages 3-10 years old, touring national and state parks along the way. Children's edition of the book, North To Alaska (#1977). (265pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $8.95 2463. The Toy Factory by Ken Munro Sammy, Brian, and Joyce must keep the government's top secret decoder from falling into the wrong hands. When John Moore's huge teddy bear is stolen from his shop porch and then appears at the toy factory, a series of mysteries begins that the super sleuths must solve one at a time. Reading level 9-13 (#10 of the Sammy and Brian mystery series). (154pp. Gaslight Publishers, 2000.) $5.95 2928. Toys & Games From Times Past . . . and Still Enjoyed Today by George Rice Ways to have fun in years gone by are illustrated and discussed: cat's cradle, dice games, dominoes, fox and geese, hopscotch, jacks, jump rope, marbles, nine pins, pick-up sticks, quoits, shinny, solitaire, tic-tactoe, etc. (28pp. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 2433. Travel in the Early Days by Bobbie Kalman and Kate Calder With few roads and bridges, travel was slow, difficult, and often dangerous in the early days. Settlers had to find creative ways of getting around. This book for ages 6-14 describes the hazzards people faced while traveling long ago. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 2000.) $7.95 3149. Treasure Hunt; A Shenandoah Valley Mystery by Eunice Geil Smith An adventure story full of mystery and biography, this book is written for 10-to-13-year-olds. In the winter of 1959, 11-year-old Maggie stumbles across an old syrup can in the cellar of her family's isolated farmhouse in Virginia's Shenandoah Valley. Inside the rusted container, she finds a diary written during the Civil War by her great-grandfather. Maggie investigates a puzzling mystery in the old house and finds clues to a long-hidden family secret. (120pp. Herald Press, 2006.) $9.99 2357. Twins by Carol Duerksen and Maynard Knepp Identical in appearance, twins Skye and Angela Martin also shared awesome musical abilities. Almost everyone in their home community of Gary Co., Pa., had heard of them. The twins traveled separate paths as they grew

older, but a bond tied them together. A bond that made Skye dedicate "You're My Sister" to Angela at every concert she sang. A bond that nothing could ever sever. Book One in Skye Series. (183pp. WillowSpring Downs, 1997.) $9.95 2587. We Came to North America: The Germans by Greg Nickles Illustrates the coming of the Germans to America with sections on search for religious freedom, the journey across the ocean, settling in America, German music and food, and traditions and festivals. Prepared for children, the book includes a glossary and also mentions Mennonites, Amish, Hutterites, Germantown, Russian Germans, Conestoga wagon, Pa. Dutch, and more. (32pp. illus. index. Crabtree Pub. Co., 2001.) $8.95 2797. Where Did Your Family Come From? by Melvin and Gilda Berger A colorful illustrated book for children explaining the many reasons for immigration using four families: Russian, Mexican, Italian, and Korean. The authors show why immigrants come to America, the process by which they are able to come, and some of the contributions that immigrants have made to the United States. (48pp. illus. Ideals Children's Books, 1993.) $3.95 2297. The Winter at Valley Forge by James E. Knight A soldier chronicles the harsh winter as the colonial soldiers, led by General George Washington, spend the winter at Valley Forge, Pa., during the American Revolution. A children's book, part of the Adventures in Colonial America series. (31pp. illus. Troll, 1982. $3.95) 1947. Yonie Wondernose by Marguerite de Angeli This affectionate and humorous portrait of a spirited Amish boy yearning to grow up has thrilled young readers for over 50 years. Author/illustrator Marguerite de Angeli authentically captures the Lancaster Co., Pa., Amish lifestyle. Great gift for children. (48pp. illus. Herald Press, 1944.) $14.99

2375. Family History Documentation Guidelines The Silicon Valley PAF Users Group has become widely known for its original guidelines, first published in 1992. When the methodology for storing sources documentation changed dramatically with recent software releases, the users group recognized a need for revising the guidelines. The new edition details recommendations, instructions, and examples for entering source documentation. It provides help for differentiating between sources and note entries, includes sixteen tables in eight chapters and appendices, and is referenced with an extensive index. (104pp. Silicon Val. PAF Users Group, 2000.) $14.50 2341. The Genealogist's Virtual Library: Full-Text Books on the World Wide Web by Thomas Jay Kemp Lists free full-text genealogy books on the Internet and helps to easily locate more than just synopses or listings. It identifies thousands of genealogies/biographical local histories and shows helpful time-saving information and available items for specific interests. CD-ROM with easy-to-use hot links to all sites in book. (268pp. Scholarly Resources Books, 2000.) $27.95 2310. Genealogy on CD-ROM by Marthe Arends Shows the researcher what is available on CD-ROM in genealogical references, biographies, historical references, dictionaries, journals, newspapers, geographical finding aids, immigration and naturalization records, military records, compiled family histories and genealogies, indexes, and Bible records. (266pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $29.95 2408. Genealogy Online by Elizabeth Powell Crowe Quickly and effortlessly sort through all the family history information available on the Internet with the help of this book. You'll find information on fifty great sites to start your genealogical search, comprehensive coverage of the popular Family Tree Maker Software, tips for accessing information from the Library of Congress, and more. (335pp. McGraw Hill, 2000.) $19.99 2203. Instant Information on the Internet! A Genealogist's No-Frills Guide to the 50 States and the District of Columbia by Christina K. Schaefer A guide to the most important genealogy sites on the Internet, giving addresses (URLs) of the best web sites for genealogical research in each of the fifty states and the District of Columbia. Designed specifically for speed and convenience, it provides access to the top tier of genealogy resources on the Internet. This is a wonderfully balanced research tool--a guaranteed winner! (86pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $9.95 2455. Long-Distance Genealogy by Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer How does a researcher obtain records or copies of original records? Valuable tips are given on the Internet, periodicals, books, and CD-ROMS. There is a section on hiring a professional genealogist. Several lists of useful addresses for correspondence are also included. (246pp. index. Betterway Books, 2000.) $18.99 1976. Netting Your Ancestors: Genealogical Research on the Internet by Cyndi Howells Clear, no-nonsense approach answering the most fundamental questions about genealogy research on the Internet: How do I get online? What type of information is available? The answers to these questions, rendered in plain English, will help you discover many genealogical resources and finding aids. (182pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1997.) $19.95 2028. PAF Help-Guide by Diane M. Anderson Provides a simple and effective hands-on tutorial for using Personal Ancestral File 3.0M. It details essential techniques for successfully using Personal Ancestral File including: entering genealogical information, printing reports, adding genealogy from other genealogical databases, creating lists of selected names and info from a family history, and more. (89pp. Heritage Quest, 1998.) $14.95 1903. Turbo Genealogy: An Introduction to Family History Research in the Information Age by John and Carolyn Cosgriff

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2436. The Complete Beginner's Guide to Genealogy, the Internet, and Your Genealogy Computer Program by Karen Clifford This manual for modern genealogy ties the fundamentals of genealogical research to computers and web sites on Internet. With our growing reliance on electronic databases, computer programs, and Internet resources, genealogical research, for all practical purposes, will never be the same. This book shows how to combine traditional research methods in the National Archives, the LDS Family History Library, and other major resource centers with today's technology. (376pp. illus. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001.) $24.95 2405. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Online Genealogy by Rhonda McClure From genealogical basics to surfing the Web, here are insider tips to access dozens of resources to find out about your ancestry. It also has codes and acronyms used by professional genealogists and guidelines for mapping out your own personal genealogical search plan. This book will help you organize both your paper and computer files for easy cataloging and access. (398pp. index. Alpha Books, 2000.) $19.95 2232. Cyndi's List: A Comprehensive List of 70,000 Genealogy Sites on the Internet by Cyndi Howells This second edition is now in two volumes--twice the size of the first edition and twice as helpful. Designed to reduce the time you spend online by narrowing the focus of your search, it has more than 70,000 categorized and cross-referenced links in more than 140 categories covering more than 430 individual web sites. Second edition. (1,665pp. 2 vols. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001.) $89.95 (Add $3.00 extra to postage bill.)

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A handy guide to research methods for beginning genealogists. Investigative techniques and sources of information are covered, along with invaluable computer software and hardware pointers and up-to-date information on genealogical networking via computers. (206pp. Ancestry, 1997.) $17.95 1989. Virtual Roots 2.0: A Guide to Genealogy and Local History on the World Wide Web by Thomas Jay Kemp This revised and updated book guides the reader along the information highway and focuses on the sites that will be most helpful to genealogists and local historians. Internet users will save time and money by knowing where to go for answers and what they will find. Lists sites of the best archives, genealogical and historical societies, and family associations around the world. (311pp. Scholarly Resources, 2003.) $29.95. (Free CD ROM with easy-to-use hot links to all sites in the book.) 2326. Web Publishing For Genealogy by Peter Christian Looks at what is involved in publishing one's genealogy on the Web and offers guidance in how to get started. In plain English, Mr. Christian explains what the World Wide Web is, why the Web is especially useful for genealogists, how Web pages work, what you need for Web publishing, and the process of Web publishing itself. Then, as simply as possible, he discusses HTML, and other Web-authoring tools, as well as text editors, word processors, GEDCOM conversion tools, and genealogy software. (73pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $10.95 2736. Writing Space: Computers, Hypertext, and the Remediation of Print by Joy David Bolter A clear and thorough discussion of the computer as a medium for writing, illustrating the relationship of print to new media. This revision of Mr. Bolter's original book by the same title incorporates the Web and other current standards of electronic writing. (214pp. illus. index. Lawrence Erlbaum Assoc., 2001.) $32.50

Pa. The 300 dishes range from Pumpkin Cream Soup to Susquehanna Riverman's Pot Pie, from Sour Cream Chicken to Pasta with Arugula and Potatoes, and from Espresso Mousse to Strawberry Snowbank Pie. (300pp. Good Books, 1989.) $13.95 3143. Countryside Cooking and Chatting: Traditional Recipes and Wisdom from the Amish and Mennonites by Lucy Leid Traditional favorite recipies from Old Order Amish and Mennonite kitchens across the U.S. and Canada--along with some charming folk wisdom. Recipes include Honey Oatmeal Bread, Little Spatzlein, Sausage Zucchini Bake, Grandmother's Spaghetti Soup, and more. (380pp. spiral. Herald Press, 2006.) $19.99 2911. Country Store Recipes by Elizabeth Grace Hawke Country stores once served as the gathering place for the community. The country or general store served as the post office, a place for a game of checkers, potbellied stove storytelling, and exchanging recipes: gingerbread, buttermilk pie, corn chowder, apple butter, and more. (29pp. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 2846. Early American Recipes Authentic recipes from an early American kitchen-- recipes brought to the new world from many countries and adapted for the modern kitchen. Two principles were always critical for the recipe to be included in this booklet: ingredients must be easy to get and must appeal to the entire family. This is an excellent variety of historical recipes. (32pp. illus. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 1019. Favorite Recipes From Quilters by Louise Stoltzfus More than 900 favorite recipes from quilters across North America, this mouth-watering cookbook will be enjoyed by anyone whether you like quilts or not. Each recipe has been identified with the submitter's name, place of residence, and the name of the quilt pattern they were working with at the time they submitted recipes. (329pp. Good Books, 1992.) $14.95 2604. A First Cookbook For Children: With Illustrations to Color by Evelyne Johnson and illustrated by Christopher Santoro A beginning cookbook designed especially for children that adds the fun of coloring to the joy of cooking. Sixty recipes include muffins, meat loaf, pizza, fish, cakes, chicken, cookies, pancakes, etc. (48pp. illus. Dover Pubs., 1983.) $3.95 2570. Fix-It and Forget-It Cookbook: Feasting With Your Slow Cooker by Dawn J. Ranck and Phyllis Pellman Good With a slow cooker, you can run errands while preparing your meals and prepare for potluck meals. With its slow, moist heat, the cooker works wonders with less expensive ingredients. Over 800 recipes. (283pp. Good Books, 2000.) $13.95 39. From Amish and Mennonite Kitchens by Phyllis P. Good and Rachel T. Pellman Delicious, traditional recipes in this easy-to-follow collection produces dishes that are sturdy and basic, yet full of flavor, affection, and warm memories. (420pp. Good Books, 1984.) $15.95 2919. Homestead Recipes by Elizabeth Grace Hawke This is a collection of varied recipes from the homestead kitchen: potato pancakes, raised doughnuts, corn soup, egg drop soup, pumpkin soup, corn bread, shepherd's pie, fried rabbit, venison steak, porridge pudding, apple brown betty, spiced cider, and more. (29pp. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 465. The Hutterite Community Cookbook by Joanita Kant This cookbook captures the current cuisine of one of North America's traditional communal groups. Many of the recipes have been handed down for generations. The original recipes with their huge quantities for Hutterite dining halls are printed next to a suggested adaptation of the recipe for an average family. Also included is the role of food among the Hutterites, and a

brief introduction to these unusual communities. (224pp. good Books, 1990.) $12.95 1967. The Joys of Sharing: Conestoga Mennonite Church by members of the congregation What started as a cookbook with recipes shared by great-grandmas, grandmas, and children (even some grandpas and daddys) has resulted in a unique collection of homemade craft ideas, tips and hints passed from generation to generation, country cooking recipes, and even a section titled "Conestoga Kids Create." Beautifully illustrated, it also contains inspirational journal entries. (178pp. illus. Conestoga Mennonite Church, 1997.) $10.00 1100. The Kauffman Family Cookbook Read the story of Anna Grace Snyder who married Norman Leroy (Roy) Kauffman in 1909. They moved from Ia. to a Mennonite community in Mont. Meet family members as you try tantalizing recipes such as Taco Soup, Apple Streusel Muffins, Venison Roast, Gingerbread Waffles, Stuffed Pork/Lamb Chops, Snicker Bar Cake, Huckleberry Pie, Rhubarb-Banana Parfait, and even Bachelor's Delight. (154pp. index. Cookbook Pub., 1992.) $10.00 40. The Kitchen Scrapbook by Irene Horst This illustrated cookbook is more than just a cookbook. A unique combination of recipes, facts on food, and inspirational pieces makes this an interesting book to read and use in the kitchen. (59pp. Share-A-Care Publications, 1988.) $4.00 1149. Lancaster County Cookbook by Louise Stoltzfus and Jan Mast Old-time traditional Pa. Dutch recipes are assembled here from cooks all over Lancaster Co. who submitted their favorite recipes. Easy-to-prepare and pleasant to the palate, recipes cover pepper cabbage, chicken potpie, creamed celery, apple dumplings, whoopie pies, funnel cakes, and shoo-fly pies. A collection of essays also profiles particular Lancaster Co. villages and sections of Lancaster City. (251pp. illus. Good Books, 2003.) $15.95 41. Mennonite Community Cookbook by Mary Emma Showalter The one cookbook, among many, that is a must for every kitchen, especially if you have Mennonite roots! Most of these 1,100 mouth-watering recipes came from handwritten notebooks and cards cherished by Mennonite cooks. Many old-time recipes. (494pp. spiral. Herald Press, 1950, repr. 1985.) $19.99 725. Mennonite Country-Style Recipes and Kitchen Secrets: The Prize Collection of a Shenandoah Valley Cook by Esther H. Shank A collection of over 1,100 recipes and a legacy of kitchen know-how for inexperienced young adults caught up in the whirl of fast foods and busy schedules. Even experienced cooks will find helpful the hundreds of tips for success. (680pp. spiral. Herald Press, 1987.) $21.99 675. Mennonite Foods and Folkways From South Russia, Volume I by Norma Jost Voth Explores the food traditions which developed when Mennonites from eastern Europe settled in the Soviet Union. Their flavorful cooking blended with their Ukrainian neighbors' food to create delectable and distinguishing dishes. This thoroughly researched collection of recipes is laced with memories from these people and their North American descendants. (480pp. illus. Good Books, 1990.) $18.95 836. Mennonite Foods and Folkways From South Russia, Volume II by Norma Jost Voth A Russian Mennonite herself, Norma interviewed persons whose lives have spanned from Chortitza in south Russia to Newton, Kansas, from the Molotschna to Winnipeg, Manitoba. Their memories of orchards and gardens, "Faspa" at weddings, food preservation, and wheat harvest fill this volume. In addition, there are more than 100 recipes (different from those in Volume I), as well as typical menus and for special occasions. (288pp. Good Books, 1991.) $14.95

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36. Amish Cooking Practical and economical recipes can be found in this book for mixes, breakfast cereals, soaps, lotions, crackers, etc. There is also a section on canning, meat preserving, and practical household hints. (331pp. hardcover. Pathway Pub. 1987.) $8.75 935. Amish Cooking compiled by a Committee of Amish Women This is a collection of over 800 old-time recipes from Amish country kitchens--Zucchini Squash Cake, Turnip Salad, Molasses Drop Cookies, Corn Fritters, Dandelions and Eggs, Smear Kase, Elderberry Custard, the famous Shoo-Fly Pie, and many more. Also, tips on curing meat, making cheese, preserving fruits and veggies, and using leftovers. (320pp. spiral. Herald Press, 1992.) $17.99 2794. The Best of Amish Cooking by Phyllis Pellman Good Traditional and contemporary recipes adapted from the kitchens of Old Order Amish cooks, this book with colorful illustrations makes a perfect gift. Good interviewed Amish grandmothers and dipped into old books, diaries, and recipe books for her sources. (224pp. Good Books, 2003. illus.) $15.95 801. The Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals by Phyllis Pellman Good and Louise Stoltzfus This practical, easy-to-use cookbook is full of recipes which may be made without elaborate preparation. It contains more than 800 recipes with ideas for finger foods, one-dish meals, health-conscious cooks, crosscultural dishes, and small recipes for entertaining at home, as well recipes to serve many people. (304pp. Good Books, 1991.) $15.95 456. The Central Market Cookbook by Phyllis Pellman Good and Louise Stoltzfus Favorite recipes from the standholders of the nation's oldest farmer's market, Central Market in Lancaster,

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2285. Mennonite Recipes From the Shenandoah Valley by Phyllis Pellman Good and Kate Good Known for its piercing mountain ranges, its soft hilly pastures, and its Civil War secrets, Virginia's Shenandoah Valley is also home to thousands of Mennonites. This unique cookbook shares hundreds of uncommonly tasty recipes, gathered from a comforting food tradition, rooted in the old South. Enjoy the color photos of the community and its people, and historic sketches of many of the Valley's small towns. (300pp. illus. index. Good Books, 1999.) $14.95 1886. More Treasured Mennonite Recipes: Food, Fun, and Fellowship From the Mennonite Relief Sales, Series II Published in cooperation with Mennonite Central Committee, this cookbook includes recipes such as apple rolls, farm bread, pineapple punch, verenika, borscht, strawberry parfait pie, lime stick pickles, carrot casserole, calzone, barbequed kraut, roast pig. (224pp. illus. index. Fox Chapel Pubs., 1996.) $12.95 42. More-With-Less Cookbook by Doris Janzen Longacre Five hundred recipes from Mennonite kitchens on how to eat better and consume less of the world's limited food resources. All recipes have been tested by professional home economists. Written for those who care about their own health and the food needs of others in the world. th Anniversary Edition. (332pp. spiral. Herald Press, 2000.) $19.99 2975. Old Pioneer Recipes by Elizabeth Grace Hawke Through the foods they ate, we are able to learn much about pioneer life in America--how they explored the vast stretch of wilderness; how they learned to grow certain vegetables from the Native American Indians; and how they raised their crops and tilled their lands. Recipes for breakfast, soups and stews, breads, main dishes, desserts, and beverages. (29pp. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 2601. Pennsylvania Dutch Cook Book by J. George Frederick Here you will find 358 recipes that show the Pa. Dutch tradition at its strongest, all dishes with the unique savor that distinguishes them from their occasional counterparts in other cooking systems. In addition to a chapter called "Around the Food Season with my Grandmother at the Farm," there are recipes: Dutch Doughnuts, Quaker Biscuits, Jerusalem Chicken Salad, Scrapple with Spinach, Dutch Fried Green Tomatoes, Pretzel Soup, Moravian Coffee Cake, Rhubarb Jam, Sweet Watermelon Pickle, and more. (186pp. index. Dover Publications, 1971.) $6.95 1157. Pennsylvania Dutch Country Cooking by William Woys Weaver Written by a well-known food historian and internationally-acclaimed writer, this illustrated book tells the fascinating story of the history and culture of this famous cuisine, and also includes over 100 recipes from Pa. German cooks. (192pp. illus. hardcover. Pa. Ger. Soc., 1993.) $30.00 2617. The Pennsylvania Heritage Cookbook by Kyle Nagurny Pa. is a place rich in cultural tradition and strong in its food heritage. This book explores fourteen cultures: Native American, Italy, France, Germany, Poland, Ukraine, Ireland, Scotland, China, India, Greece, Africa, Middle East, and Mexico. It explains the arrival of each immigrant group in Pa. and the ways each contributed to Pa.'s diverse food history. Easy recipes from Italian wedding soup to shoo-fly pie makes this an easy-to-follow ethnic cookbook full of traditional recipes. (209pp. Stackpole Books, 1998.) $16.95 2807. Quick Home-Cooked Meals by Maryann Zepp Recipes to use in your microwave that are amazingly simple, tasty, nutritious, and fast. Most can be made in 0 minutes or less. (188pp. illus. Good Books, 2004.) $15.95 3067. Recipes & Reminiscing; A Collection of Over 500 of the Best Amish and Mennonite Recipes compiled by Carrie Bender Wholesome and tasty casseroles for family reunions,

hearty meat and potato meals for working bees, delicious and easy dishes for summertime picinics, old-fashioned favorites for the fun-filled frolics, scrumptious desserts, and lots more. (234pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005.) $9.99 2675. Recipes From the Old Mill; Baking With Whole Grains by Sarah E. Myers and Mary Beth Lind Simple grains yield rich breads that range from light to chewy. These breads offer incontestable food value and flavor in more than 180 recipes for breads, sweet rolls, international grain dishes, and desserts. (252pp. illus. Good Books, 2002.) $13.95 3171. Simply in Season compiled by Mary Beth Lind and Cathleen HockmanWert Tasty, tempting recipes to feed both your body and spirit with nutritious food. This is a challenging new way of considering food as you find dependence on God. (352pp. spiral. Herald Press, 2005.) $19.99 2679. The Wooden Spoon Cookbook by Miriam Miller Three generations of Amish cooks share their favorite recipes from Bob Andy Pie to Soft Batch Cookies. Sketches and stories about Amish homes and everyday activities compliment the authentic time-tested recipes. (196pp. Carlisle Press, 2000.) $10.95

This reference book covers histories of the congregations in Germany: Darmstadt, Durlach, Frönsburg, Hochburg, Hofstätten, Nassau-Weilburg, Lower Palatinate, Upper Palatinate, Waldeck, and Zweibrücken. The majority of the book includes families of Detweiler, Eyer, Gerber, Güngerich, Guth, Habecker, Hauter, Hochstättler, Holly, Imhof, Jordy, Kennel, Kinzinger, Müller, Nafziger, Oesch, Reidiger, Ringenberg, Roggy, Unzicker, Wagler, Zehr, etc. (380pp. illus. index. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1995.) $19.50 45. The Amish-Mennonites of Waldeck and Wittgenstein by Hermann Guth Genealogical data on the Swiss Amish-Mennonite families who settled in the Waldeck and Wittgenstein areas of West Germany. Most of these families lived here between 1750 and 1850, and then from 1830 to 1860 emigrated to Canada and the United States. Genealogical data on the families includes names, dates, residence in Germany, and even Swiss origins. (60pp. index. illus. M.F.H., 1986. $7.50) 3107. Anabaptist and Reformed Walking Tours of the Cities of Zürich and Bern, Switzerland, Volume 1 by Samuel E. Wenger ThisAnabaptist and Reformed walking tour guide for Bern and Zürich, Switzerland, provides a number of sites to see along with stories and glimpses of history dating back to the 1500s. Photos, illustrations, directions, maps, and stories, this is a wonderful reference source for anyone whether you travel to Switzerland or not. (152pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 2006.) $14.00 2745. Anabaptist Families From Langnau, Switzerland, 1749-1875 by Monty C. Peden This unique collection of never-before-published data covers 232 Anabaptist families who were forced to leave Langnau, Switzerland, and settle in the Bishopric of Basel, Switzerland, where they lived for a number of generations. In 1791, these families requested and were permitted to retain their Heimat at Langnau where they and their descendants were recorded in an old church register. Families: Aeschlimann, Augsburger, Baumgartner, Blaser, Burkhalter, Burki, Gerber, Hofer, Hofstetter, Kipfer, Leeman/Lehman, Moser, Neuenschwander, Rothlisberger, and Schwartz. (126pp. index. Masthof Press, 2003.) $14.99 354. Anabaptist-Mennonite Names in Switzerland by Isaac Zürcher and trans. by Hannes Maria Aleman Reprinted from the October 1988 Mennonite Quarterly Review, this informative article will be of interest to many researchers. The index includes names such as Albrecht, Amstutz, Bausmann, Bucher, Fischer, Graf, Landis, Meyer, Steiner, Weber, and Zimmermann. An interesting collection! (35pp. MQR, 1988.) $6.75 2893. An Adventure in Europe; The 2004 European Heritage Tour An illustrated pictorial directory with journal entries of the 35 persons who participated in the October 2004 "European Heritage Tour" led by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast. Anabaptist and Mennonite sites were visited plus many villages where participants' ancestors lived in the 1600s and 1700s. Switzerland, Germany, and France were visited. (31pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2004.) $5.00 2840. Ancestors in German Archives; A Guide To Family History Sources by Raymond S. Wright III This massive complilation surveys all record holdings in about 2,000 public and private archives of the Federal Republic of Germany. Within each state chapter, all entries are arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the city where the archive is located including: name and address, phone, fax, e-mail, jurisdiction of the archives, organization of its records, published guides and description of the collection, emigration records, records of churches, civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths, census records of cities and towns, military records, etc. (1,198pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2004.) $85.00 (plus $2.00 additional to shipping charge)

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43. Address Book for Germanic Genealogy by Ernest Thode Contains addresses of U.S. genealogical and historical societies, archives, German-American language newspapers, maps, and ship records. Sources in Europe cover 265 German archives, 769 municipal archives (Germany, Austria, Switzerland), religious archives (Catholic, Jewish, Protestant), 246 genealogical historical societies in Europe, genealogical publishers, etc. (196pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1997. 6th ed.) $24.95 2781. Alsace-Lorraine: Atlantic Bridge to Germany by Linda M. Herrick and Wendy K. Uncapher New maps (from 1876-1898 era) show the majority of more than 5,600 places named in this book. Each place is identified by German and French names, Kreis (country), Bezirk (government district), and what years there are records available at the Family History Library. (192pp. Origins, 2003.) $20.00 3031. Alsace-Lorraine Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. Sometimes when researching, you can read every letter in the town name except the first; or else the page is torn or eaten away, the ink faded, or the initial letter overly artistic. Then begins the process of guessing what the first letter or syllable is. This book offers a quick solution to the problem for names in Alsace-Lorraine. You can construct the name letter-by-letter backwards, using the legible letters and working from the end toward the beginning. If the name as you first spell it cannot be found on a map or in a gazetteer, compare it to other names in the reverse alphabetical index and you will likely find the correct version. (100pp. GRT Publications, 2005.) $9.95 1434. Alsatian Connections, Vol. I by Doris Wesner Emigrant names found in this book were derived primarily from church books and civil records for the Krumme Elsace (Hilly Alsace) region of France located near the Lorraine border. From 1793 to 1871, it was part of France, and after 1871 went back to Germany until 1944 when it returned to France. (474pp. hardcover. Closson Press, 1995.) $39.95 1533. Amish Mennonites in Germany: Their Congregations, the Estates Where They Lived, Their Families by Hermann Guth

2831. Baden: Atlantic Bridge to Germany by Linda Herrick and Wendy Uncapher The Atlantic Bridge to Germany series by Charles M. Hall, has been completely revamped with new maps (beginning in 180). Every placename in Baden was checked in Meyers Orts- und Verkehrs-Lexikon des Deutschen Reichs and is identified here. The first twenty-nine pages contain information dealing with history, geography, websites, books of interest, several maps showing historical divisions, and more. This book is a necessary addition to all serious German researchers' libraries, or for anyone working on locations in Baden--the lands scattered on both sides of the Rhine River. (152pp. Origins, 2004.) $20.00 1010. The Baden Emigration Book (including emigration from Alsace) compiled by Cornelia Schrader-Muggenthaler This reference source covers over 7,000 emigrants from Baden and Alsace who came to America in the 18th and 19th centuries. Here you'll see records from the General Lands Archives in Baden that have never been published before. Entries include birth- place, birth year, and emigration date as well as the source. (196pp. hardcover. Closson Press, 1992.) $22.95 2473. Baden Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. Sometimes when researching, you can read every letter in the town name except the first; the page is torn or eaten away, the ink faded, or the initial letter overly artistic. Then begins the process of guessing what the first letter or syllable is. This book offers a quick solution to the problem for names in Baden, Germany. You can construct the name letter-by-letter backwards, using the legible letters and working from the end toward the beginning. If the name as you first spell it cannot be found on a map or in a gazetteer, compare it to other names in the reverse alphabetical index and you will likely find the correct version. (60pp. GRT Publications, 2000.) $9.95 3101. Bavaria Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert What do you do when you cannot read every letter in an old book or letter? This series will help you identify the source for anyone living in Bavaria. (288pp. GRT Pubs., 2006.) $19.95 3142. Beginner's Guide to Germanic Genealogy by Lois H. Edwards Easy-to-read book on how to tackle Germanic research using worksheets provided in the book, plus timelines, spelling variations, maps, sample documents, and helpful bibliographies. Chapters on German surnames and given names; historical and political geography; emigration; immigration; migration using Myers Orts and maps; and German church records. (100pp. Germanic Gen. Soc., 2005.) $16.00 400. Beginning Your Family History in Great Britain by George Pelling Provides the beginner with the basic information he needs to carry his research back to the 16th century in Great Britain. This seventh edition was completely revised and updated. (96pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $9.95 1207. Bernese Anabaptists and Their American Descendants by Dr. Delbert L. Gratz This book holds a wealth of information discovered in archives and libraries in Europe. Early history of the beginnings of Anabaptism in the Bernese area of Switzerland is given, followed by emigration stories as people fled to the Alsace and the Palatinate in the 17th century. Genealogy and history is combined, with examples of family names, stating where they lived in Switzerland before emigrating to other parts of Europe and later to America. The appendix lists Anabaptists who fled from Bern to the Palatinate in the 1670s; Bernese Anabaptists found in Basel in the early part of the 18th century; Anabaptists in Commune Florimont, France, in 1791; Anabaptists in Canton Bern in 1823; and Bernese Anabaptist-Mennonite congregations in America. (219pp. index. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1994.) $18.95

2951. Beyond Germanna by John Blankenbaker For fifteen years from 1989 to 2003, John Blankenbaker published 917 pages of the newsletter Beyond Germanna. All of the printed pages with some added info is placed on this CD. (CD. Author.) $30.00 2563. Both Sides of the Ocean by J. Virgil Miller The history of the migrations of many Amish families in this book was accessed from many European sources. Family names include Beachy, Beiler, Brenneman, Berkey, Christener, Detweiler, Engel, Erb, Esch, Eyer, Fahrni, Fisher, Frey, Gerber, Gingerich, Gnage, Goldschmidt, Gungerich, Guth, Habecker, Hershberger, Hertzler, Holly, Hostetler, Imhof, Joder, Johns, Kauffman, Keim, Kennel, King, Kinsinger, Kurtz, Lehman, Livengood, Mast, Maurer, Miller, Mischler, Nafziger, Rickenbach, Roggy, Rupp, Schantz, Schlabach, Schmucker, Sieber, Speicher, Stutzman, Troyer, Tschantz, and Zook. (320pp. illus. index. hardcover. Masthof Press, 2002.) $24.50 2889. Brandenburg Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert The territory that would eventually be called Brandenburg was first a frontier, then an electoral principality, and then a province of Prussia. This index constructs the name letter-by-letter backwards using the legible letters in order to help researchers find a location. (105pp. GRT Pubs., 2004.) $9.95 1254. Brethren From Gimbsheim in the Palatinate to Ephrata and Bermudian in Pennsylvania by Annette K. Burgert This book lists 1 emigrants who left Gimbsheim (north of Worms in the Palatinate). It begins with those who left between 179 and 171. A few settled at Ephrata, Pa., and some went to York Co., Pa. Families who emigrated included: Bayer/Beyer, Beissel, Beltzer, Christ, Haag, Jung, Koenigmacher, Kraus, Lohmann, Niess, Schallus, Schneidmann, Schwartzbach, Traub. (37pp. index. AKB Publications, 1994.) $12.00 2506. The Christian Traveler's Guide to Germany Over sixty Christian heritage sites offer insights for enjoying your visit to German churches and cathedrals; public squares and rolling hillsides; great works of art, literature, and architecture; and sites from the life of Martin Luther. Here one can see firsthand the places where believers through the centuries lived and died, shaping our world with their faith. (238pp. illus. Zondervan, 2001.) $16.99 1951. A Collection of Upwards of 30,000 Names of Germans, Swiss, Dutch, French, and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776 by Israel Daniel Rupp Contains 319 ships'passenger lists with over 30,000 names arranged chronologically according to date of arrival; lists names of ships on which the passengers arrived and the places from which they emigrated. Appendices list over 1,000 early settlers who landed at a port other than Philadelphia, but who later came to Pa. from N.Y., N.C., and Georgia. This second revised and enlarged ed. also includes an index to ships. (583pp. illus. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2006 reprint of 1876, 1931 ed.) $35.00 2474. Deciphering Handwriting in German Documents: Analyzing German, Latin, and French in Vital Records Written in Germany by Roger P. Minert A systematic instruction for deciphering German handwriting for researchers on all levels of expertise. Features a brief, scholarly review of the history of handwriting styles and alphabets in German-speaking regions of Europe; introduction of modern computerized, normed sets of alphabet characters representing the old fraktur and gothic handwriting alphabets. (182pp. illus. index. GRT Pubs., 2001.) $26.95 2657. Early Eighteenth Century Palatine Emigration by Walter Allen Knittle The author's exploration of the 1709 immigration of Germans to England, and then the colonies, explains the causes and nature of this mass-exodus from the war-ravaged Rhine Vallery. Stranded for a time in London, while their fate was debated by politicians,

land speculators and even the Queen, they eventually resettled in diverse regions of the British Empire, including Ireland and America. (320pp. Heritage Books, 2001.) $28.50 53. Eighteenth Century Emigrants From GermanSpeaking Lands to North America, II: The Western Palatinate by Annette K. Burgert This study of 18th-century German emigration to America covers families who lived in that part of the Palatinate that borders Saarland today. "Swiss Origins From the Rieschweiler Parish Records" lists some Mennonites. Appendix is titled "Zweibrücken Manumissions Protocoll." (405pp. indexes. hardcov. Pa. Ger. Soc., 1985.) $40.00 1915. Eighteenth Century Emigrants From Langen-selbold in Hesse to America by Annette K. Burgert The emigration from Langenselbold and nearby villages in Germany started in 1709, when the first group left for England, arriving in New York in 1710. More than 70 families came directly to Pa. with a few arriving before 177 when the ship passenger lists start. Some families: Beck, Dressler, Eckert, Faust, Fischer, Hahn, Koch, Lamm, Leinbach, Lerch, Reber, Roth, etc. (192pp. illus. hardcover. AKB Pubs, 1997.) $27.50 1492. Eighteenth Century Emigrants From Pfungstadt, Hessen-Darmstadt to Pa. by Annette K. Burgert The earliest arrival from this village appears to be Johann Nicolaus Crössman who arrived in 1718, and the last group appears on a ship in 17. Several of these immigrants were founding members of the Lutheran congregations at Trappe, in Montgomery Co. and at St. Paul's (Blue) Church in Saucon, Northampton Co. (today Upper Saucon, Lehigh Co.). Some families included are Crössman, Erdman(n), Windemuth, etc. (58pp. illus. index. AKB Pubs., 1995.) $15.00 1017. Eighteenth Century Emigrants From the Northern Alsace to America by Annette K. Burgert Each family group record in this impressive volume includes the name(s) of the immigrant(s), ship arrival data, European villages of origin (including earlier Swiss residences where given), data on each family from the European church registers, as well as information on many of the 68 families after their arrival in America. (690pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1992.) $49.50 1268. Eighteenth Century Register of Emigrants from Southwest Germany edited by Professor Werner Hacker Over 30,000 emigrant records appear in this volume featuring emigrants who left the areas of Rhine-Palatinate, Saarland, and Baden-Würtemberg bound for America. Name, birth year (when known), place of origin, emigration date, profession, destination, and source are included. This collection was compiled by a retired judge over a 24-year period using immigration data, tax records, bondage release papers, bills, . . . (516pp. hardcover. Closson Press, 1994.) $45.95 55. Emigrants From Eppingen to America in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries by Annette K. Burgert Over 400 emigrants left Eppingen, Germany, in the 18th and 19th centuries, bound for America. This book covers eight new families in addition to the twenty previous families covered in Mrs. Burgert's out-of-print work: Eighteenth Century Emigrants From German-Speaking Lands to North America, Volume I: The Northern Kraichgau (#52). Mennonites: Bachmann, Brenckmann, Dürrstein, Fechter, Hecker, and Schwab. (40pp. maps. index. AKB Pubs., 1987.) $13.50 2823. Encyclopedia of German-American Genealogical Research by Clifford Neal Smith and Anna Smith Background information on German customs, Germanic tribes and dialects, classes of German surnames, early settlement of Germany, German church records, state vital records, land records, occupational records, court records, municipal records, censuses, Jews, heraldry, manuscript sources in Europe and America, and German ethnic religions: Amana, Apostolic, Brethren (River), Dunkers, Evangelical, German Evangelical, German

Reformed, Lutheran, Mennonite, Moravian, Roman Catholic, Schwenkfelders, United Brethren, . . . . (273pp. index. hardcov. Gen. Pub. Co., 2003 reprint.) $45.00 2914. England Research Outline Provides all kinds of hints and clues to doing English research: methodology, major resources, archives in England, etc. Excellent resource! (Family History Library.) $5.95 2404. European Heritage Tour 2000 Written by tour participants, this journal highlights a tour which focused on the Horst-Hurst-Hursh family roots. The group of 41 members traveled through Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Liechtenstein, and France. (28pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2000.) $5.00 1656. Finding Italian Roots: The Complete Guide for Americans by John Philip Colletta This guide describes the resources available here in the U. S. for tracing your Italian immigrant ancestor, and how you can tap into the wealth of information available in the town halls, archives, churches, and libraries of Italy. Glossary of key Italian terms. (130pp. illus. maps. Gen. Pub. Co., 1993.) $11.95 2916. Finding Record of Your Ancestors, Part A-- France, 1792 to 1800 Explains how to search church and public records to find ancestors who lived in France between 1792 and 1800. (Family History Library, 2004.) $7.50 2805. Finding Your German Ancestors; A Beginner's Guide by Kevan M. Hansen A valuable introduction to German records, high-lighting excellent sources to research in Germany or with German records. Also offers a solution to one of the largest dilemmas: shifting national and regional borders which means that the types of records available vary from region to region. (80pp. illus. Ancestry, 1999.) $6.95 1495. Following the Paper Trail: A Multilingual Translation Guide by Jonathan D. Shea and William F. Hoffman The uniqueness of this book is to show actual documents in 13 European languages, guiding readers in unlocking the information held in your family documents. The languages are divided by linguistic family: Germanic (German, Swedish), Romance (French, Italian, Latin, Portuguese, Romanian, Spanish), Slavic (Czech, Polish, Russian), and Other (Hungarian, Lithuanian). (241pp. illus. hardcover. Avotaynu, 1994.) $29.00 2918. France Research Outline Provides all kinds of hints and clues to doing French research: methodology, major resources, archives in France, etc. Excellent resource! (Family History Library.) $5.95 414. From Privileged to Dispossessed: The Volga Germans, 1860-1917 by James Long A social and economic history of the German settlers who emigrated to the Volga region after Catherine the Great's invitation in 1763 and continued there until their deportations in 1941. Among the books written in the last 20 years about this ethnic minority, this is the first to extensively use rare Russian language materials from Soviet research libraries. (337pp. hardcov. index. Univ. of Neb. Pr., 1988.) $40.00 2753. Genealogical Data Relating to the German Settlers of Pennsylvania and Adjacent Territory by Edward W. Hocker Subtitled "From Advertisements in German Newspapers Published in Philadelphia and German-town, 1743-1800." Information not available in any other source will be found here, from gossip to true events about one's ancestors. (243pp. index. Clearfield, 2003 reprint of 1980 ed.) $25.00 1614. Genealogical Guide to Tracing Ancestors in Germany by Margaret Krug Palen A helpful pocket guide packed with useful information for anyone researching German ancestors. It is filled with advice and suggestions including how to understand the old German script records. (156pp. index. illus. Heritage Books, 1995.) $20.50

1704. Genealogical Research in England's Public Record Office: A Guide for North Americans by Judith Prowse Reid The book provides a general introduction to major PRO record classes. The records referred to in the book date mostly from the 1600s onward. Topics covered include emigration/immigration records; censuses; nonconformist church records; birth, death, and marriage records; and military, taxation, and court records. (164pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996.) $22.50 2420. A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Germanic Ancestors: How To Find and Record Your Unique Heritage by S. Chris Anderson and Ernest Thode In an easy-to-use format, this book provides background history to help one understand and place one's ancestor's emigration in context. It illustrates the logical progression of genealogical research providing word lists, form letters, archival listings, document examples (in script), and Family History Library information. (191pp. illus. Betterway Pubs., 2000.) $18.99 610. German-American Names by George F. Jones This second edition explains the meaning of names borne today by Americans derived from the German language or its dialects. It also deals with the Americanization of some of those names, explaining the social and historical phenomena that contributed to the distinctive character of German-American names. (320pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1998.) $25.00 2182. German for Beginners by Angela Wilkes This humorously illustrated, colorful book offers beginners their first introduction to the German language. Specially designed to make language learning easy and fun, German for Beginners guides its users through a series of everyday situations and provides a thorough foundation in basic, practical German. Grammar and pronunciation are clearly explained, while challenging puzzles aid the active use of the German language. (50pp. illus. hardcov. Passport Books, 1987.) $11.95 945. German Genealogical Queries and Research Reports Pertaining to Baden-Württemberg and Other Germanic Regions by Prof. Dr. Burkhart Oertel Thousands of cards showing records of families who lived in southwestern Germany were tapped into when Dr. Oertel of Germany agreed to answer 334 queries from members of the Pa. Chapter of Palatines to America.This card file identifies over 4,000 Muellers/ Millers, 2,000 Brauns, 1,200 Webers, 1,000 Wagners, 1,000 Schneiders, 600 Zimmermans, 500 Roths, 500 Beckers, 400 Grafs, 250 Funks, 200 Kauffmans. (738pp. indexes. hardcov. Pa. Chapter, Palatines to Am., 1992.) $35.00 (Add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 2200. German Genealogy Research Guide This Farmily Archive CD combines four outstanding books designed specifically for Americans who are researching their German ancestry--In Search of Your German Roots, Address Book for Germanic Genealogy, German-English Genealogical Dictionary, and German-American Names. Having all four of these books together in one CD gives you quick, easy, and comprehensive access to German resources. (CD. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $39.99 2754. The German Immigration into Pennsylvania Through the Port of Philadelphia From 1700 to 1775 by Frank Reid Diffenderffer Concentrating on the Palatines, this historical study deals with immigration, the causes, migration patterns, leading figures in the movement, and the disposition of the immigrants. A large portion of the book deals with the redemptioners--those who bound themselves to service as payment for the trip to America. (328pp. illus. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 2003 reprint). $35.00 2155. German Phrase Book A small handbook to fit in your pocket containing the essential words and phrases for every traveler to Germany. Organized by subject, one finds everyday phrases, public transportation, shopping, menu guides, emergencies, health, etc. (144pp. DK Pub., 1998.) $6.95

2477. German Professions of the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries, Volumes I and II by Robert Rabe Vivid descriptions of various job types, with real examples of real people and places involved in the different jobs. This expanded edition with both volumes bound together contains chapters on women's professions, German guild information, physicians, life in the 18th and 19th centuries, blacksmiths, shepherds, clockmaker, book binder, steeple warden, charlatans, chimney sweep, alms collector, etc. (188pp. Author, 2001.) $25.00 418. The German Researcher by Fay S. Dearden and Douglas Dearden This fourth edition has been revised and enlarged with even more information on how to get the most out of an LDS Family History Center. Find out how to use a German Ancestor Research Form, how to locate and verify ancestors' towns, how to use microfilms and microfiche records, how to translate German records, and old Gothic script, how to write letters, and how to use the FamilySearch computer system. Contains maps, sample of records, Gothic Script alphabet, and more. (81pp. Family Tree Press, 1995.) $15.25 3064. German and Swiss Settlers in America, 1700s1800s--CD This CD is a collection of the most authoritative works on German and Swiss immigration including Pennsylvania German Pioneers, the most complete collection of colonial passenger lists ever published, and several works devoted to Palatine immigration and the later emigration from Bremen. About 300,000 individuals are referenced--most settled in the Carolinas, Georgia, Louisiana, N.Y., Pa., and Tex. (CD. Gen. Pub. Co., 2005.) $39.99 1550. Germanic Genealogy: A Guide to Worldwide Sources and Migration Patterns by Edward R. Brandt, Mary Bellingham, Kent Cutkomp, Kermit Frye, Patricia A. Lowe Includes country by country guide to the sources; current German postal codes; worldwide Germanic migration patterns; Jewish, Catholic, Lutheran, Mennonite history and sources, historical and modern maps, including boundary changes, German naming patterns and place names, etc. Chapter on computers and genealogy. (517pp. index. Germanic Gen. Soc., 1997.) $32.00 1501. Germany Research Outline Provides all kinds of hints and clues to doing German research: methodology, major resources, archives in Germany, etc. Excellent resource! (52pp. Family History Library, 1995.) $5.95 2 2 0 1 . G ro s s g a r t a c h , Wu e r t t e m b e r g , t o Pennsylvania: Some Early Colonial German Immigrants by Annette K. Burgert The emigration from Grossgartach brought immigrants to Pa. before 1727. One of the emigrants from this village was an ancestor of President Dwight David Eisenhower, and several other immigrants were related to his ancestor. Immigrant surnames documented in this text include Baumann, Dallmer/Talmer, Dörr/Deer, Glass, Gugler/Kugler, Karnnagel, Kauffmann/Stecher, König/King, Land/Long, Müntz/Mintz, Nagel, Schäffer, Sprecher, Weber. (128pp. illus. index. hardcover. AKB Pub., 1999.) $22.50 1455. Heirlooms of Ireland: An Easy Reference to Some Irish Surnames and Their Origins by Joseph F. Osborne Over 2,500 Irish surnames appear in this directory giving the variants, language from which the surname is derived, the century in which the surname can be traced in Ireland, the county in Ireland where the surname originated, a brief definition of the surname, etc. Contemporary and 16th-century maps. (183pp. Clearfield Co., 1995.) $24.95 2379. Hesse Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert A German family history researcher knows the frustration: the name of the town cannot be deciphered because

the first letters are missing. Using this reverse alphabetical index, one can read from the end of the name toward the beginning and quickly find the right name in Hesse. (53pp. illus. index. GRT Publications, 2000.) $9.95 2478. Hesse-Nassau Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. This book will help researchers reconstruct name places of Hesse-Nassau, Germany, in reverse fashion if a first letter is missing, ink is faded, or the letter is overly artistic. If the name cannot be found as you first spell it, compare to other names in the reverse alphabetical index. It is indispensable to family researchers. (82pp. GRT Publications, 2000.) $9.95 3082. Hopeful Journeys; German Immigration, Settlement, and Political Culture in Colonial America, 1717-1775 by Aaron Spencer Fogelman Of all the early people who first lived in Colonial America, the Germans may have been the largest group. This first comprehensive history of 18th-century North America, uses pictures and sources never seen outside of Germany as migrant groups are traced from their origins to their places of final settlement in the colonies. (257pp. illus. index. hardcover. Univ. of Pa. Press, 1996.) $35.00 2780. How to Read & Understand Meyers-Ortsund Verkehrs-Lexikon des Deutschen Reichs: Meyers Geographical and Commercial Gazetteer of the German Empire by Wendy K. Uncapher Meyers Orts- is a gazetteer of German place names, some 210,000 of them. If a place had a name and had someone living there it most likely will appear in Meyers Orts-. A gazetteer combines all places from all over the German Empire into one list. The German Empire was at its largest during the time Meyers Orts- was published in 1912. This new guide includes the kind of information that can be found in Meyers Orts- and how to understand it, important tips on how to use Meyers Orts, suggestions on how to locate hard-to-find towns, a dictionary of about 500 abbreviations and words commonly used, and more. (24pp. Origins, 2003.) $8.00 169. If I Can You Can Decipher Germanic Records by Edna M. Bentz This well-recognized book includes charts on the German and Danish alphabet, relationships from adopted child to male cousin, 110 different illnesses found in German church records, 433 occupations and titles, and sections on practicing the ABC's, use of umlauts in surnames, and genealogical terminology and symbols. Most of the easily-readable charts begin with the German script, go to the German word, and then to the English word. (85pp. Author, 1999.) $17.75 426. In Search of Your British and Irish Roots: A Complete Guide to Tracing Your English, Welsh, Scottish, and Irish Ancestors by Angus Baxter Whether you conduct your research in person or by mail, this celebrated manual will guide you in finding your ancestors in Britain or Ireland. Detailed instructions are provided for locating records abroad and shows how easy it is to do it by mail--or on a vacation trip! (320pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $18.95 61. In Search of Your European Roots by Angus Baxter Chapters on thirty-one different countries cover information on church, state, and provincial records, accessibility of these records, and the ways in which they affect your research. Detailed data is given on the archival sources of each country. Third edition. (328pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001.) $18.95 62. In Search of Your German Roots by Angus Baxter This 4th edition book helps the reader to not only trace his German ancestry in Germany, but in all the German-speaking areas of Europe. It explores the resources of the LDS Church, then covers sources and archives in the old country. There is a list of family archives, a list of genealogical associations in Germany, and a list of German genealogical associations in the United States. (116pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001.) $12.95

1505. Ireland Research Outline A publication by the Family History Library providing all kinds of hints and clues to doing Irish research: methodology, major resources, archives in Ireland, etc. An excellent resource to add to your library! (52pp. Family History Library, 1995.) $5.95 2920. Italy Research Outline Provides all kinds of hints and clues to doing Italian research: methodology, major resources, archives in Italy, etc. Excellent resource! (Family History Library.) $5.95 989. A Journey Through Europe compiled by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast This pictorial journal of a fifteen-day tour of Luxembourg, Germany, Switzerland, and France emphasizes Amish and Mennonite European roots and describes the "1992 Amish Heritage Tour" enjoyed by 33 persons from seven states. (20pp. illus. MFH, 1992.) $4.00 2716. Kingdom of Saxony Place Name Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. A listing of the towns within the boundaries of the Kingdom of Saxony as they existed from 1871 to 1918. An invaluable tool to genealogists, Dr. Minert provides the names of the towns in both alphabetical and reverse alphabetical order. The reverse alphabetical order of towns takes the guesswork out of deciphering proper names in church and civil records when the initial letter is illegible. (74pp. GRT Pubs., 2003.) $9.95 2638. Lands of the German Empire and Before by Wendy Uncapher A reference for the lands that ended up in the German Empire using timelines, points of interest, alternate names, and easy-to-read maps. (137pp. illus. glossary, index. Origins, 2000.) $18.00 2023. Let's Learn German Picture Dictionary This has been created by leading language educators with a carefully controlled vocabulary of the words most commonly taught in beginning German classes. Consists of 30 large colorful scenes that illustrate more than 1,500 basic words. These fun-filled scenes are designed to encourage children to spend time discovering each topic. Also contains two dictionaries, one beginning with German words and one with English words. Easy-to-follow pronunciation guide. (n.n. illus. index. hardcov. Passport Books, 1996.) $9.95 2707. Life in Germany by William Howitt and William Dawson Selected portions come from: The Rural and Domestic Life of Germany (1842); German Experiences: Addressed to the English; both Stayers at Home and Goers Abroad (1844) by William Howitt: and German Life in Town and Country (1901) by William Harbutt Dawson. These articles provide a fascinating look into life in Germany in years gone by. (49pp. Origins, 2003.) $10.00 64. Locating Your Pennsylvania German Ancestor in Europe by Annette K. Burgert Advice on locating your ancestral village of origin in Europe, this monograph mentions a number of points to check without visiting Europe. A helpful summary of possible sources. (9pp. AKB Publications, 1983.) $3.00 2387. Master Index to the Emigrants Documented in the Published Works of Annette K. Burgert Revised and updated, this index now includes names from 18 published volumes of 18th- and 19th-century emigrants that have been compiled by Burgert. The index includes the surname and given name of the emigrant, followed by the year of emigration when given, and a short citation for the work in which the emigrant appears. (84pp. spiral. AKB Publications, 2000.) $12.95 2480. Mecklenburg Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert This book will help researchers reconstruct name places of this German province in reverse fashion if a first letter is missing, ink is faded, or the letter overly artistic. It is a remarkable research tool--a real time saver. (56pp. GRT Publications, 2000.) $9.95

1152. Mein Reich ist Nicht von Dieser Welt; 300 Jahre Amische, 1693-1993 by Horst Gerlach In German, Gerlach traces the beginnings of the Amish movement in Switzerland, their development and contribution to agriculture in Europe, and their spread throughout Europe as well as their eventual decline. A short portion covers the Amish in North America. This is the most comprehensive book on the Amish in Europe. (272pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1993.) $30.00 1515. Mennonite Heritage Tour--1995 compiled by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast This illustrated journal is a diary of the "1995 Mennonite Heritage Tour" led by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast and Leroy Beachy as 38 persons visited Switzerland, Germany, France, Belgium, and Holland, and walked the streets their ancestors walked and rode down the Rhine River as their ancestors experienced. (32pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1995.) $6.00 Models of European Architecture These models, printed on colorful cardboard, are ready to be cut out and assembled. A wonderful activity for young and old alike! 1050. Thun Castle .cm long x 0cm wide x 0cm high scale: 1:160cm $34.80 1051. Falkenstein Castle 0cm long x 19cm wide x 1cm high scale: 1:160cm $11.80 1053. Bärenfels Castle 19cm long x 16cm wide x 16cm high scale: 1:200cm $11.80 1055. Marksburg Castle 8cm long x 0cm wide x cm high scale: 1:160cm $28.80 1060. Hornmoldhaus cm long x 1cm wide x 11cm high scale: 1:160cm $11.80 1203. Frechshaus Forchheim 8cm long x 11.cm wide x 1cm high scale: 1:160cm $11.80 2093. 1998 Mennonite Heritage Tour edited by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast Visit the homeland of your European ancestors through this illustrated journal. Join the group of 25 persons as they walked the streets of their ancestors in Switzerland, Germany, France, Belgium, and Holland. Personalized diary entries give you insight to this tour led by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast and Leroy Beachy. (23pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1998.) $4.00 2289. 1999 European Heritage Tour Journal edited by Lemar and Lois Ann Mast Visit the homeland of your European ancestors through this illustrated journal compiled by the May 1999 tour participitants who walked the streets of their ancestors in Switzerland, Germany, Austria, France, and Holland. Personalized diary entries accompanied with original sketches. (24pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1999.) $4.00 2126. Nineteenth-Century Emigrants From BadenWurttemberg, Volume 1: The Enzkreis by Brigitte Burkett, CGRS The information so meticulously gathered by the author in this publication will help thousands of people find the hometown of their German immigrant ancestors. For many others it will provide the clues needed to find the German hometown. This volume centers on the nineteenth century, but will be helpful whether your ancestors emigrated to America in the eighteenth century, nineteenth century, or even in the twentieth century. Surnames include: Bauer/Baur, Baumann, Baumgartner, Becker, Burkhard, Dürr, Fischer, Graf, Haller, Hoffmann, Kammerer, Kolb, Maier, Mayer, Metzger, Müller, Neff, Scheible, and Stahl/Stähl/Stähle. (450pp. index. hardcover. Picton Press and Pa. Palatines to America, 1997.) $45.00 66. Notes on Research Sources for 18th Century Emigration From the Swiss Cantons of Basel-Land, Basel-Stadt, Bern, & Zurich by Annette K. Burgert Helpful information on the archival holdings in certain Swiss cantons that greatly contributed to the 18thcentury emigration. These notes were compiled by the author during personal visits to these archives. Even

if you don't plan to visit Switzerland, this information is valuable before you write. (8pp. AKB Publications, 1993.) $3.00 67. Notes on Research Sources for Emigration Studies From Archives and Societies in Southern Germany by Annette K. Burgert Offers pointers in locating your ancestor's village of origin in Europe. Concentrates on archives and societies in southern Germany that have such records. Those archives covered are in the following cities: Speyer/Rhein, Kaiserslautern, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, and Darmstadt. (8pp. AKB Publications, 1993.) $3.00 1674. One Farm, Two Wars, Three Generations by Erica Hege Shirk Philipp and Emma Hege of France wrote their story for their grandchildren, telling them of life on the "Schafbusch" farm near the German border in the Alsace, France, during the first half of the 20th century. A daughter, Erica, has compiled this book to capture the significant family events of her Mennonite parents who survived two World Wars, but not without war's pain and tragedy. With their sixteen children, Philipp and Emma experienced two stressful evacuations from their farm. Each time they returned home, they were a different nationality. Inspiring story of faith. (87pp. illus. Author, 1996.) $9.95 2352. The Origin and Signification of Scottish Surnames by Clifford S. Sims This classic arrangement of the most common Scottish surnames mentions the name of the family founder, when available, and coat-of-arms, when held, for each surname. Sims' surname derivations are based on localities, baptismal names, trades, offices, professions, and so on. (122pp. Clearfield Co., 2000 reprint of 1862 ed.) $23.00 2391. Palatinate Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert Helps you to determine whether a town was in the Bavarian Palatinate, Germany, by checking the spelling of extracted names for correctness; an entire place name from an abbreviation; complete a place name for which the last letters are missing. The reverse index will help you to complete a place name for which the first letter(s) is/are missing; check the spelling of extracted names for correctness, avoid checking out potentially hundreds of names in gazetteers to discover which name(s) might end with the few letters that are identifiable. (51pp. GRT Pubs., 2000.) $9.95 68. Palatine Mennonite Census Lists, 1664-1793 by Hermann and Gertrud Guth and J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast Census lists of Swiss-German Mennonite families living in the Kurpfalz, now part of the Palatinate and Kraichgau in Germany. Villages and estates where these families lived lie on both sides of the Rhine River between Karlsruhe and Mainz. Heads of families are listed as living in villages or estates during these years. Other data recorded includes age, financial situation, occupation, number of sons and daughters, and servants. A glossary, every-name index, maps, and over fifty photos of villages, churches, . . . (116pp. index. illus. Masthof Press, 1987.) $12.50 2349. Palatine Origins of Some Pennsylvania Pioneers by Annette K. Burgert Contains emigrants from more than thirtyPalatine (Germany) villages. Included for each immigrant is the Palatine village of origin, translated family data from the German records, data about arrival in America, and (when found) additional family data on the earliest generation(s) from American records. More than sixty of the families from this region arrived before 1727, when the Pa. passenger lists start; this is the most difficult group to locate and identify in both European and American records. (576pp. illus. index. hardcover. AKB Publications, 2000.) $45.00 (plus $1.00 extra shipping)

2661. Passenger Liners From Germany, 1816-1990 by Clas Broder Hansen This fully illustrated book covers the development of the German passenger liners from paddle steamers on rivers and lakes to the great car ferries and "dream ships" of our time. Many of these brought immigrants to America. Over 300 photos, many in color. (192pp. hardcover. illus. 2003.) $35.00 1105. Polish Roots by Rosemary Chorzempa This book begins with an examination of Polish-American resources touching first the records kept by the Polish-American family, then veers off into a discussion of the standard records employed in genealogical research. Names of libraries and archives. (262pp. illus. maps. Gen. Pub. Co., 1993.) $19.95 2725. Pomerania Place Name Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. A listing of the towns within the boundaries of the province of Pomerania as they existed from 1871 to 1918. An invaluable tool to genealogists, Dr. Minert provides the names of the towns in both alphabetical and reverse alphabetical order. The reverse alphabetical order of towns takes the guesswork out of deciphering proper names in church and civil records when the initial letter is illegible. (92pp. GRT Pubs., 2003.) $9.95 2924. Posen Place Name Indexes: Indentifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert Located at the eastern extent of the German language territory, Posen was annexed in 1871 to Prussia. This index constructs the name letter-by-letter backwards using the legible letters in order to help researchers find a location. (100pp. GRT Pubs., 2004.) $9.95 2728. Province of Saxony Place Name Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. A listing of the towns within the boundaries of the Province of Saxony as they existed from 1871 to 1918. An invaluable tool to genealogists, Dr. Minert provides the names of the towns in both alphabetical and reverse alphabetical order. The reverse alphabetical order of towns takes the guesswork out of deciphering proper names in church and civil records when the initial letter is illegible. (80pp. GRT Pubs., 2003.) $9.95 71. Record Keeping and Archives in West Germany by Maralyn A. Wellauer The "source book" on libraries and archives in West Germany with chapters on Repositories, Organization of the Archives, Primary Sources (17-19th centuries), and Tracing a Pedigree Before the 16th Century (sources pre-dating parish registers). (54pp. Roots International, 1987.) $10.00 2999. Records of the Lutheran Church, Herschberg, Germany, 1755-1839 by Robert C. Greiner The church records of Herschberg includes entries for baptism, marriage, death, and confirmation, and reveal the names of families who emigrated in the 1830s to Stark and Portage Cos., Ohio. Includes villages of residence, occupations, and illnesses. (200pp. index. Author, 2005.) $18.00 2525. Researching in Germany: A Handbook for Your Visit in the Homeland of Your Ancestors by Roger P. Minert and Shirley J. Reimer Compiled specifically to prepare those of German ancestry to travel abroad to research their German family history. Especially geared to family historians, the book focuses on Germany, but also offers many tips for research in other German-language regions of eight other European nations. Charts, tables, and lists of data every family historian needs for successful research abroad. (264pp. illus. Lorelei Press, 2001.) $15.95 923. The Rhine and Its Legends by Alfred J. Pearson This illustrated guide to the castles along the Rhine River both illustrates and describes these fortresses that have been seen for generations, even by our immigrant ancestors who sailed down the Rhine River. Today visitors can also see these castles. Most of the

European Heritage Tours that the Masts lead to Europe even sleep in one of these castles along the Rhine River. (34pp. MFH, 2001 reprint of 1919 edition.) $4.00 2731. Rhineland Place Name Indexes by Roger P. Minert A listing of the towns within the boundaries of the Rheinprovinz as they existed from 1871 to 1918. An invaluable tool to genealogists, Dr. Minert provides the names of the towns in both alphabetical and reverse alphabetical order. The reverse alphabetical order of towns takes the guesswork out of deciphering proper names in church and civil records when the initial letter is illegible. (134pp. GRT Pubs., 2003.) $9.95 839. Say It in German by Juliette Victor-Rood The fastest, most easy-to-use method ever devised for finding the phrases you need instantly. This revised and enlarged edition contains over 2,200 practical entries on subjects such as travel directions, hotel, restaurant, common signs, shopping, sightseeing, etc. Also has an extensive food list and menu guide. Pocket-sized. (232pp. Dover Publications, 1988.) $3.95 2580. Schleswig-Holstein (With Bremen, Hamburg, and Lübeck) Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. Have you been frustrated with brittle documents that seem to tear just at the crucial spot where a German place name is printed? Now you can resume your research by using the reverse alphabetical index to complete the missing letters in the place name. (119pp. illus. GRT Pubs., 2002.) $9.95 2854. The Scotch-Irish in America by Henry Jones Ford This reprint of a long out-of-print classic volume, begins with a detailed discussion of the events leading to the Scottish migration to Ulster in the 17th century, followed by the causes of the secondary exodus of these same "Scotch-Irish" to North America before the end of the century. Entire chapters are then devoted to the Scotch-Irish settlements in New England, N.Y., the Jerseys, Pa., and along the colonial frontier. (607pp. index. Clearfield Co., 2004 reprint of 1915 ed.) $49.95 2360. Scottish Ancestry: Research Methods for Family Historians by Sherry Irvine Presents many research facilities and sources available for Scottish research in North America and explains how to access records in Scotland that date back to 1600. Chapters cover records of the Church of Scotland, tax records, using the census, and more. Includes list of helpful addresses and web sites. (253pp. revised second edition. index. Ancestry, Inc., 2003.) $19.95 2925. Scotland Research Outline Provides all kinds of hints and clues to doing Scottish research: methodology, major resources, archives in Scotland, etc. Excellent resource! (Family History Library.) $5.95 2322. Second Stages in Researching Welsh Ancestry edited by John and Sheila Rowlands Aims to make readers more aware of some little-known Welsh sources and the special uses that may be applied to the information found in these sources. Chapters relate to different occupations, surnames, old documents, maps, estate records, and family histories. (348pp. illus. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $21.95 Ships From Scotland to America, 1628-1828: Volumes I and II by David Dobson Designed specifically to identify immigrant ships, this book lists hundreds of ships that sailed from Scotland to North America between 1628 and 1828. As there are few official records of emigration for this period, this book is based primarily on contemporary newspapers published on both sides of the Atlantic. This book contains the names and the ports and dates of departure and

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arrival of a vast number of ships carrying emigrants from Scotland to America prior to 1828. Volume II of this series is based largely on sources found in the Exchequer now housed in the National Archives of Scotland. These records also identify vessels, masters, and cargoes on which duty was charged. Such records are virtually complete from the year 1742, and though designed to raise income for the government through custom duties, they do sometimes refer to passengers. Volume I: Item #2557A. (127pp. hardcover. Genealogical Pub. Co., 2002.) $20.00 Volume II: Item #2557B. (173pp. hardcover. Genealogical Pub. Co., 2002.) $22.50 2630. A Social History of Hesse: Roman Times to 1900 by Dan C. Heinemeier A pictorial comprehensive history of how people lived, worked, ate, and housed themselves in all areas of Hesse, Germany, including Hesse-Nassau, RhinelandHesse, etc. Focusing on the common citizens, not the kings and princes, this is an excellent interpretation of life among the Germans who settled in Pa. Topics: life in the small villages, Protestant Reformation impact on life on the land, Thirty Years' War and its hardships on the common folk, relationship of farmers to their landlords, ancient three-field system of agriculture, emigration over the centuries, introduction and evolution of crops (grains, potatoes, fodder), half-timbered framing techniques, and design and use of kitchen stoves. (380pp. illus. Heinemeier Pubs., 2002.) $29.95 (Add extra $1.00 for postage.) 2356. Spelling Variations in German Names: Solving Family History Problems Through Applications of German and English Phonetics by Roger P. Minert This book fills a crucial gap in the self-help German research literature. It clearly explains how the various spellings of German surnames and place names occur, historical notes on spelling and grammar, examples of vowel and consonant changes among German dialect regions, and shows changes from Europe to North America. Special features include sample names, illustrations from genuine vital records, and a "troubleshooting chart." (88pp. GRT Publications, 2000.) $16.45 388. The Story of the Palatines: An Episode in Colonial History by Sanford H. Cobb This book begins with an account of the Palatinate communities along the Rhine River in Germany, describing their great exodus to the American colonies in the early 1700s, and their settlement in the Carolinas, Virginia, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and New York. The emphasis is on N.Y. with briefer accounts of the settlements around Berks Co., Pa., and other colonies. (336pp. Heritage Books, 1988 reprint of the 1897 edition.) $27.00 2294. The Surnames of Wales by John and Sheila Rowlands As the high incidence of a small number of surnames in Wales appears to be a major stumbling block in Welsh genealogical research, the authors have developed this book to provide the reader with a detailed insight into the origins and occurrence of common Welsh surnames. Some consideration of those surnames which are associated with particular locales will help suggest a likely place of origin within Wales. (229pp. illus. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $19.95 1174. Swiss Emigration Book 1 by Cornelia Schrader-Muggenthaler Book 1 includes names of emigrants from the 18th and 19th centuries who migrated from and through Switzerland to America. Sources of documentation include emigration records and passport lists from the cantons of Solothurn, Basel, and Aargau. It contains the names of approximately 7,000 emigrants with origins in Switzerland, Germany, Italy, and France. (216pp. hardcover. Closson Press, 1993.) $22.95 1569. Swiss Russian Mennonite Families Before 1874 by Dr. James W. Krehbiel This volume covers over 1,600 persons in 1 families who emigrated from Volhynia, Russia, to South Dakota, and Kansas in 187. The family genealogies begin in the Palatinate, Alsace, and Montbéliard and are traced (as many as five generations) through Austria, Poland,

and Russia, until the four Mennonite congregations arrived in the U.S. Surnames: Albrecht, Dirks, Flickinger, Goering, Graber, Kaufman, Krehbiel, Müller, Ortmann, Preheim, Riess, Schrag, Schwartz, Senner, Strauss, Stucky, Sutter, Voran, Waltner, Wedel, Zerger. (332pp. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1995.) $18.50 2868. Switzerland Place Name Indexes by Roger P. Minert This CD-ROM of Switzerland place names is in both English and German and is compatible with any PC Windows browser. It includes an alphabetical list of all Swiss towns, reverse alphabetical lists of all Swiss towns, customized indexes, and a parish search capability. (CD. GRT Pubs., 2004.) $9.95 2504. Täuferhöle, Anabaptist Cave, Wappenswil, Switzerland--Print by Greg Yoder The Täuferhöle (Anabaptist Cave) in Switzerland was the meeting place for local Anabaptists to worship undetected by the authorities hunting for them. Undocumented tradition tells us that as many as eighty persons worshipped in this cave as the water-fall overhead drowned out the singing. This full-color, hand-numbered, limited edition, watercolor art print is 12" x 15" in size (actual size with border is 18" x 22"). See page 6 for illustration of this print. (full-color.) $25.00 (plus $6.00 shipping) 3116. A Tour of Ten Important Anabaptist and Reformed Sites in Rural Switzerland, Volume 2 by Samuel Wenger Ten sites are identified to prepare you to visit: Zollikon farmhouse where the first Anabaptists were baptized; Hirzel, the home of the Landis, Bauman, and Brubaker families; Täuferhöle (Anabaptist Cave); Schallenberg Pass and Schinegg (Wenger family); Würzbrunnen Kirche; Täuferversteck; Kapelle Kehr Altevangelische Taufgesinnten-Gemeinde and Dürsrüti; Trachselwald Castle and prison; Hans Haslibacher Hof; Thun Castle; Rablock Cave near Joders Hübel; and more. (192pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 2006.) $18.00 1853. Trace Your Irish Ancestors by Sean E. Quinn This helpful book helps you trace your Irish ancestors, gives sources for genealogical research, county information, the National Archives, parish registers of the churches, census returns, a detailed list of genealogical repositories in Ireland, and more. (121pp. Irish Genealogy Press, 1996.) $12.50 2325. Tracing Your Irish Ancestors by John Grenham Not since Margaret Falley's Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research, written in the 1960s, has therebeen a book on Irish genealogy that combines all the best features of a textbook and a reference book, carefully explaining the elements of Irish research and providing an indispensable body of source materials. Designed for the novice to the accomplished researcher. It is the most comprehensive and authoritative book on Irish genealogy. (396pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2006.) $24.95 959. Tracing Your Scottish Ancestry by Kathleen Cory Informative guide to Scottish ancestry, this book is packed with information and advice on basic research techniques. It focuses on the holdings of two principal Scottish record repositories, the General Register Office at New Register House, and Scottish Record Office. (228pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $16.95 2325. Tracing Your Irish Ancestors by John Grenham Step-by-step instructions in the location and use of Irish genealogical records including civil birth, marriage, death, land, parish, and county records. A new chapter has been added that deals specifically with the Internet. This is an excellent textbook and reference book, expertly describing the various steps in the research process while at the same time providing an indispensable body of source materials for immediate use. (550pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2006.) $24.95 3015. Transatlantic Voyages, 1600-1699 by David Dobson Using primary and secondary sources in Europe and America, Dobson has compiled evidence of voyages from Scandinavia, Germany, Netherlands, France,

Scotland, Ireland, Wales, and the Channel Island bound for North America and the West Indies from 1600 through 1699. (114pp. illus. Clearfield Co., 2004.) $12.50 1164. Tricentennial Amish Tour in 1993 compiled by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast This is an illustrated journal of the "199 Amish Heritage Tour" led by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast with Leroy Beachy in August 199 as 0 persons visited Switzerland, France, and Germany to see where their Amish ancestors lived and worked before coming to the "New World." Part of the journey included attending the French Mennonite-sponsored international conference commemorating the 00th anniversary of the Amish Movement, 169-199. (26pp. illus. MFH, 1993.) $5.00 1574. Was Isch Dini Nahme? What Is Your Name?--A Collection of Swiss Family Names by Delbert L. Grätz About 0 more names were added to this revised edition of the study of Swiss Mennonite names. Corrections and additions were also made to the original entries in the first edition. Find your surname in the "Family Names" lists--derived from first names, place names, characteristics, animal names, or occupations. Also includes the name of the town in Switzerland where the surname originated. (96pp. index. Masthof Press, 1997.) $8.95 1311. Welsh Family History--A Guide to Research edited by John Rowlands An illustrated handbook on Welsh genealogy covering the social, cultural, religious, and linguistic background of Wales and the ways in which this can affect family history research. (316pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1994.) $19.95 2582. Westphalia (With Hohenzollern, Lippe, Schaumburg-Lippe, and Waldeck) Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert Hunting for a place name in this area of Germany? Check the place name index. If you do not know the first few letters of your place name, check the reverse alphabetical index. (126pp. GRT Publications, 2002.) $9.95 3041. West Prussia Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. Sometimes when researching, you can read every letter in the town name except the first; or else the page is torn or eaten away, the ink faded, or the initial letter overly artistic. Then begins the process of guessing what the first letter or syllable is. This book offers a quick solution to the problem for names in West Prussia. You can construct the name letter-by-letter backwards, using the legible letters and working from the end toward the beginning. If the name as you first spell it cannot be found on a map or in a gazetteer, compare it to other names in the reverse alphabetical index and you will likely find the correct version. (88pp. GRT Publications, 2005.) $9.95 928. Where Once They Toiled: A Visit to the Former Mennonite Homelands in the Vistula River Valley by Edward R. Brandt This illustrated story describes a 1991 visit to the Vistula River Valley in Poland in search for ancestors. The heart of this Mennonite settlement was in the Danzig (Gdansk)--Elbing (Elbleg)--Marienburg area where Brandts, Nickels, Penners, Rempels, and Sparlings lived. (28pp. illus. MFH, 1992.) $5.50 2584. Who Were the Celts? by Kevin Duffy This reprint covering 3,000 years of history provides everything a researcher wants to know about the Celts from 1000 B.C. to the present including the Germans, French, Swiss, Italian, Scottish, Welsh, English, Irish, and American connections. (250pp. illus. index. Heritage Books, 1996.) $24.00

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2492. Württemberg Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert If you are having a problem in reading names of places in this German province because a first letter is unreadable due to faded ink or the letter is overly artistic, or for whatever reason, this book will be helpful. (114pp. GRT Publications, 2000.) $9.95 1374. Your English Ancestry: A Guide For North Americans by Sherry Irvine This guidebook is especially helpful to North Americans because it suggests methods "for a logical research routine for family historians based in North America." It guides the researcher in selecting the most efficient way to find appropriate records. (263pp. revised edition. index. Ancestry, 1998.) $19.95

scendants through today up to five generations in some families. The Blosser ancestry is also given for five more generations back to the Blosser immigrant. (96pp. illus. maps. Author, 1993.) $18.00 2471. Ancestors and Descendants of David Franklin Greiner of Mount Joy Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Robert C. Greiner David F. Greiner (1858-1934) m. 1) Elizabeth B. Lutz and m. 2) Clara S. Lehman. This book centers on their descendants but also contains some of the descendants of Martin Greiner (ca1702-ca1742) as well as other Greiner family lines. Frequent names in the index are Gantz, Greiner, Helman, Kohler, Nauman, and Nein. (212pp. index. illus. Author, 2001.) $18.00 3129. Ancestors and Descendants of Eli and Fannie (Troyer) Nisly, 1864-2005 by Eli Lloyd Mast Eli Nisly (1864-1941) and Fannie Troyer of Kans. raised their Amish-Mennonite family in Hutchinson, Kans. Their 13 children m. into the following families: Hochstetler, Mast, Miller, and Yoder. (201pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2006. $17.95) 1732. Ancestors and Descendants of Henry M. Hoover and Barbara W. Nolt by Lester M. Hoover Henry Hoover (1842-1907) was a Mennonite farmer who lived at Groffdale, Lancaster Co., Pa. He and Barbara had four children. Their descendants have surnames such as Good, High, Hoover, Martin, Sauder, Weaver, and Zimmerman, etc. (165pp. index. Author, 1995.) $11.95 2653. The Ancestors and Descendants of Isaac B. Weaver and Barbara H. Nolt by Luke H. Weaver and David M. Weaver Family history and genealogy of Isaac B. Weaver (1869-1916) married to Barbara H. Nolt (1870-1900) of Lancaster Co., Pa., including their ancestors and descendants. Frequent surnames: Brubaker, Burkholder, Hoover, Martin, Nolt, Sensenig, Shirk, Stauffer, Weaver, Zeiset, and Zimmerman. (148pp. Authors, 2002.) $12.00 1077. The Ancestors and Descendants of Joseph Nice (1791-1874) and His Wife, Mary Clemmer (1794-1882) by Hazel N. Hassan Joseph Nice, descendant of Hans Newes, the 1698 Germantown, Pa., immigrant from Krefeld, Germany, lived with his family in New Britain Twp., Bucks Co., Pa., until ca1850 when he moved to Medina Co., Ohio. Joseph and Mary's sons married into the families of Detwiler, Kratz, Miller, and Smith. Some lived in Kans. (400pp. illus. index. Author, 1993.) $25.00 1513. Ancestors and Descendants of Martin H. Martin and Lydia Martin, 1846-1990 by Leonard E. Sensenig This Martin family genealogy lists over 1,600 names primarily from Lancaster Co., Pa.: Brubaker, Burkholder, Eberly, Horst, Huber, Kulp, Martin, Nissley, Nolt, Rohrer, Rutt, Sensenig, Shirk, Snyder, Stauffer, Weaver, Wenger, Zeiset, and Zimmerman. (132pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1990.) $14.50 2943. The Ancestors and Descendants of Menno C. Beachy and Fannie Christner by Esther L. Petersheim Stories, pictures, names, and dates in this genealogy of Menno Beachy (1889-1925) and Fannie Christner (1894-1985) who lived in Pa. Surnames: Beachy, Christner, Detweiler, Hochstetler, Howe, Miller, Millisock, Yoder, and Zook. (58pp. illus. index. Author, 2004.) $6.95 602. The Ancestors and Descendants of Michael and Lydia Sensenig, 1814-1989 by Leonard E. Sensenig A Pa. Sensenig family history tracing the ancestors of Michael Sensenig (1814-1874) and both of his wives, Lydia Weaver (1811-1844) and Lydia Stauffer (18191891); and listing their descendants up to today. (86pp. Author, 1989.) $6.50 2224. The Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel King Petersheim and Malinda Stoltzfus Mast compiled by Esther L. Petersheim The family line of Samuel Petersheim (1892-1975) and Malinda (Mast) Petersheim (1895-1978) includes direct ancestors tracing back to the Petersheim and Mast immigrants. Along with genealogical records of direct

descendants, memories of Sam and Linnie's children and grandchildren recall what life was like during their lifetime. Index includes surnames such as Good, Lantz, Martin, Mast, Shank, Witmer, . . . (45pp. index. Author, 1999.) $6.95 2862. Ancestors of Bishop Uriah A. Mast and Lizzie J. Slabaugh and Their Descendants by Barbara Ann Weaver This book is a wonderful compilation of the family research on her ancestral lines with information given on the early generations and show how she is descended from the immigrants: Beiler, Beurki, Blank, Burkholder, Detweiler, Esch, Gnaegi, Hershberger, Hertzler, Hochstetler, Hooley, Keim, Kuhns, King, Kurtz, Lehman, Miller, Overholzer, Rickenbach, Ringenberg, Schrock, Seiler, Speicher, Stahly, Stutzman, Troyer, Weaver, and Yoder. The rest of the book then covers the descendants of Uriah A. Mast (1903-1984) and Lizzie Slabaugh (1905-1993) who had 14 children who married into the following families: Beechy, Burkholder, Chupp, Hochstetler, Miller, Slabach, Stump, Troyer, and Yoder. (162pp. index. Author, 2004.) $12.99 1210. Ancestral Line of John Musser Weber and Descendants of John Musser Weber and Elizabeth (Gehman) Weber by Lester Weber Over 600 descendants are listed in this genealogy of John and Elizabeth Weber's family. The Webers are traced from Anabaptist George Weber (1578-after 1649) to John Musser Weber (1868-1955). John and Elizabeth's children married into the following Pa. families: Horning, Martin, Musser, Sensenig, and Shirk. (100pp. illus. index. Author, 1993.) $10.00 2074. Anniversary History of the Family of John "Hannes" Miller, Sr., by J. Virgil Miller Illustrated history of John or Hannes Miller, also known as Indian John, Wounded John, and even Crippled John, gives the genealogy of this family as well as other Amish-Mennonite families in Europe and America. Surnames: Beachy, Berkey, Blough, Bontrager, Brenneman, Eash, Fike, Garver, Gindelsberger, Gnagey, Hershberger, Hinckle, Hochstetler/Hostetler, Kauffman, Keck, Keim, Kimmel, Klingaman, Lehman, Lewis, Livengood, Livingston, Menges, Meyers, Miller, Mishler, Mosser, Musser, Plank, Sala, Saylor, Schrock, Schultz, Seese, Shaulis, Smiley, Speicher, Stevanus, Stutzman, Sutter, Thomas, Troyer, Weaver, Weiler, Weirich, Wingard, Yergin, and Yoder. (126pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 1998.) $9.95 604. The Batdorf Family History by Virginia Batdorf Exhaustive family history on the Batdorf family beginning with Immigrant Johannes "Peter" Batdorf who died on his way to the "new world." His widow, Anna, and her two children settled at Schoharie, N. Y., in 1710, and later moved to the Tulpehocken, Pa., area. This book traces all of Anna's son's (Martin Batdorf) descendants to today which amounted to 1,300 families and a 12,100-name index. (268pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005 reprint of 1990 ed.) $18.00 2536. The Bauman Letters by Violet Bauman Imagine saving every chatty family letter which comes into your mailbox. Edna Stauffer Bauman did. These letters form the basis for this book. Follow the life of Amos S. Bauman (1854-1911) and his children and grandchildren through letters written to his son Israel and Israel's son William. Amos was born in Waterloo Co., Ont., and later moved to Iowa and then to Alberta. He was a bishop in the Stauffer Mennonite Church and later joined the Mennonite Brethren in Christ. (250pp. illus. Author, 2001.) $20.00 2856. Beginnings: The History and Genealogy of an Amish-Mennonite Family From New York by Roland John Lyndaker This genealogy started because the family wondered who Joseph Lyndaker's real father was--tradition passed down that it was instead Bechler, but no one knew much more or wanted to talk about it. The interesting story is here plus lots more including the genealogy of the Bechler family back to the 1550s in Erlenbach, Switzerland, where Jacob Amman was born. Families covered here include: Abersol/Ebersol, Baechler, Beller, Burki, Erb, Fahrni/Farney, Gerber, Grodi, Gungerich/Gingerich, Hirsch/Hersh, Hirschi,

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888. The Abraham and Susan (Alderfer) Price Family edited by Gladys Price (Nyce) Mease This genealogy traces the Prices back to Jacob Price, born in Prussia at the end of the 17th century. He fled to Germantown, Pa., and then to Lower Salford Twp. (now Montgomery Co., Pa.) where the family settled. It also traces the Alderfer ancestors with many photos. (121pp. illus. index. Nyce Man. Co., 1991.) $15.95 2467. Adam Miller and Barbara Koger Family Record of Massanutten, Today Elkton, Virginia by Floyd R. and Kathryn G. Mason Adam Miller (170-178) m. Anna Barbara Koger. They had four children and lived in Virginia. Adam came to America in 17 and settled in Lancaster Co., Pa., before moving to Page Co., Va. Their descendants have names such as Andes, Bowers, Conrad, Good, Harris, Jones, Knicely, Martin, Prather, Rhodes, Showalter, Trout, Zigler, etc. (268pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $50.00 1770. Additions to Troxell and Shisler Families by Irene Baker Old letters, photographs, and other valuable information is included in this update of A Portrait of Our Ancestors--Volume II (#1769). (203pp. illus. hardcover. Selby Pub., 1996.) $30.00 78. The Albrechts This fifth edition of the Albrecht family history was issued on the sesquicentennial anniversary of their arrival in America (186-1986). Immigrant Christian Albrecht (1779-1843) and Elizabeth Engel's children married into the following families: Ackerman, Burkey, Gingerich, Ioder, Orendorff, Roggy, and Zierlien. (154pp. index. illus. hardcover. 1986.) $16.00 2961. Ancestry and Descendants of Aaron Weaver Martin and Susanna "Susie" Hollinger Weaver by Robert Martin Weaver The marriage of Aaron and Susie brought together three dominant family lines in the early Mennonite communities in Pa.: Martin, Weber, and Hollinger. This book gives early history of these three families beginning in Europe traced up to today. Other frequent surnames include: Buckwalter, Dombach, Good, Groff, Herr, Horst, Sensenig, Weaver, and Wenger. (158pp. illus. index. Author, 2005.) $20.00 936. The Ancestors and Descendants of Amos W. Martin and Elizabeth H. Martin by Elizabeth S. Martin and Raymond S. Martin Amos and Elizabeth Martin were born in the 1840s near Weaverland, Lancaster Co., Pa., and farmed and raised a family of 12 children in Salisbury Twp. The book contains biographical information for their descendants. Frequent names in the index include Eaby, Hoover, Leaman, Martin, Mast, Reifsnyder, Sauder, Sweigart, and Wanner. (133pp. hardcov. index. illus. Gateway, 1992.) $16.00 1123. Ancestors and Descendants of Bishop John Blosser by Timothy Hobert Blosser Bishop John Blosser was a leader in the Mennonite Church in the early 1900s. This book traces his de-

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Janssi/Jantzi/Yancey/Yousey, Kennel, Kunkle, Liechti, Leindecker, Maurer, Mosimann, Nafzger/ Nafziger, Oesch/Esch, Rocke/ Roggie, Schallus/Shaulis, Springer, Vercler/Virkler, Zehr. (80pp. hardcover. illus. index. Author, 2004.) $40.00 624. The Bennage-Bennetch Family History, 17321985 compiled and edited by Betty Jane (Bennetch) Wise and David Lee Wise A family heirloom piece for the Bennetch family beginning with history of Immigrant Simon Bennage/Bennetch who came from France and settled in Berks Co., Pa., in 1732. Genealogy and photos of descendants include many surnames, such as: Brubacher, Hains, Snyder, Stump, and Wiest. (229pp. hardcover. illus. Authors, 1985.) $23.00 1911. Bishop Jonas H. Martin: His Life and Genealogy by Raymond S. Martin and Elizabeth Martin Jonas Martin (1839-1925) was a Mennonite bishop in Lancaster Co., Pa. Read about the church schism in 1893 when Jonas became leader of the conservative group opposed to Sunday schools and the English language. The genealogy section includes Jonas's descendants as well as charts of his ancestors and the ancestors of his two wives. Surnames: Burkholder, Good, Hoover, Martin, Reiff, Weaver, Zimmerman, and more. (269pp. illus. index. hardcover. Authors, 1985.) $16.75 626. Blough Family History by Marjorie Blocher Kinsey A compilation of some of the descendants of Jacob Blough (1736-1811) and Christian Blough (17431777) who emigrated to Pa. in 1750, and settled in Somerset Co., Pa., in 1767 and 1788. Starting with the unpublished material of S. S. Blough (1868-1962), much material has been added, covering branches of the family he did not research. Material is included on the descendants of John J. Blough (1827-1901) family who settled near Waterloo, Ia., as well as others. (265pp. hardcover. Author, 1989.) $22.00 2301. Blue Ridges, Green Valleys, and Graybills by A. Lois Norris Graybill Collection of Graybill and related Swiss family history including the Krehbiel family in Zaziwil, Switzerland, where they fled from in 1671. Ancestors and descendants of John and Hannah (Borndraeger) Graybill are traced as they moved in 1870 from Lancaster Co., Pa., to Botetourt Co., Va. Surnames: Angle, Armentrout, Armstrong, Barnhart, Bishop, Booze, Bowman, Brillhart, Brubaker, Crumpecker, Ebersole, Eller, Eshelman, Farrell, Flora, Garman, Garst, Gish, Graber, Graybill, Horst, Kaufman, Nofsinger, Smith, Snader, Sutter, Terrell, Vogt, . . . (528pp. illus. index. hardcover.) $35.00 (Add $2.00 extra to postage bill.) 82. Bomberger, Lancaster County Roots, 1722-1986 edited by Barbara Nissley Miller An illustrative family history on the descendants of Immigrant Christian Bomberger who left Eschelbronn, Germany, in 1722 and settled with his wife and eight children in Lancaster Co., Pa. Frequent surnames in index: Brubaker, Bucher, Hershey, Miller, Nissley, Nolt, Oberholtzer, Rohrer, and Weaver. (232pp. index. Author, 1987.) $18.25 2193. A Branch of the Snaders: Descendants of Daniel H. Snader (1866-1899) and Mary Rissler (1868-1939) by Raymond Snader A genealogical record of Daniel H. and Mary (Rissler) Snader, this book includes information about Daniel's father and grandfather as well as his descendants born up until March 1999. Daniel and Mary Snader lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Surnames: Auker, Becker, Detwiler, Gehman, Good, Greenly, Martin, Sensenig, Weaver. (56pp. illus. index. Author, 1999.) $6.00 355. A Branch of the Zimmerman Offspring of Glause Zimmerman in Europe and His Children Who Came From Europe by Ezra and Maria Zimmerman, Ervin M. Zimmerman, and Enos N. Zimmerman Records of twelve generations (over 12,000 families) covering 325 years of Zimmerman family history and genealogy truly make this an encyclopedia for not only this family. A sampling of related surnames include

Burkholder, Eberly, Good, Hoover, Hurst, Martin, Nolt, Reiff, Sensenig, and Weaver. (1,486pp. index. Authors, 1988, 2nd edition.) $40.00 (Please add an additional $3.00 to postage bill.) 1860. Branches of the Beachy Tree by Ezra Beachy Jonas S. Beachy (1860-1952) married Fannie Miller and had 12 children in Sherwood, Ohio, and Indiana. Includes their descendants as well as an ancestral chart of Jonas and Fannie that has names such as Beachy, Gnagy, Hostetler, Troyer, and Yoder. (48pp. illus. Author, 1985.) $5.00 490. The Brenneman History by Albert Gerberich Reprint of the well-known 1938 Brenneman history with two indexes (every-name index and geographic location index) is one of genealogy's classics! (1,217pp. hardcover. index. 1938, reprinted 1988.) $56.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 2505. Brenneman-Keagy Roots and Branches by Helen Ummel Harness Names the ancestors and descendants of Daniel Brenneman (1834-1919) and wife, Susannah Keagy (1839-1908). Surnames appear as: Beery, Burkholder, Funk, Huber, Gochnauer, Good, Miller, Schenk, Steiner, and others. Twenty-three ancestral lines have been traced to their Swiss Mennonite origins and one line to his Scotch-Irish ancestry. A narrative of each lineal ancestor tells the story of his life, activities, and migrations. (288pp. illus. index. Author, 2001.) $30.00 1081. The Brubakers and Their Lands in East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Landis H. Brubaker Read about Hans Brubaker, Jacob Brubaker, Hans Jacob Brubaker, Bishop Jacob Brubaker, Bishop John H. Brubaker, Andrew Brubaker, and others. See photos of homesteads and cemeteries and diagrams of tracts of land. Some land in Lancaster Co., Pa., had been in the Brubaker name in the same family for 264 years. (20pp. illus. Brubaker Family Assn., 1993.) $6.50 1992. The Bucher Family, 1681-1997 by Gladys Bucher Sowers Copies of documents show proof of the Hans Bucher (1681-1762) family living at Wurtzershaus near Schwarzenburg, Switzerland. Genealogical records and other info. is given on his son Benedict Bucher (1722-1787) and descendants. Surnames: Brubaker, Dohner, Fry, Gingrich, Heisey, Horst, Houck, Kettering, Mohler, Reist, Rockey, Royer, Ruth, Snyder, Wenger, and Yundt. (59pp. illus. index. Author, 1997.) $14.00 358. By the Grace of God by Nancy Burkholder Hess A "potpourri" of stories and records of the Burkholder and Heatwole families in their flight from Switzerland and Germany and in their coming to America. Here are colorful stories about their Civil War journeys through Pa. and life in Va. (260pp. index. illus. Hess Book Co., 1979.) $12.50 1914. Carl and Christina Miller Family by Lillian L. Miller and Esther Mable Yoder Family history and genealogy of the Müller family who came from Germany to America in 1852 where they joined the Amish church in Lancaster Co., Pa. Later, they moved to Wayne Co., Ohio, but eventually settled in Va. Seven generations of descendants from Carl Miller (1818-1899) and Christina Aschinger (1825-1901) are covered. Surnames: Blankenship, Brown, Conner, Eyman, Friedt, Gish, Gouker, Grimm, Hahn, Hause, Harper, Kime, Marks, Mast, Millingdrip, Musser, Phillips, Shank, Showalter, Stroup, Stuff, Withrow, Yoder, and Zook. (190pp. illus. hardcover. index. Authors, 1997.) $19.95 1698. Christian Fike and His Descendants by Merilyn B. Fike Morrow This encyclopedic genealogy of Christian Fike concentrates on the families of sons John (1750-1829) m. Barbara Dellenbach, Christian Jr. (1761-1851) m. Christiana Livengood, and Jacob (ca1768-1841) m. 1) Eve Moyer and 2) Mary Barnhouse. Families: Blough, Frantz, Frazee, Friend, Glover, Gnagey, Griffith, Guard, Hamstead, Lichty, Maust, Meyer/Myers, Miller,

Schrock, Thomas, and Weimer. Other surnames: Biser, Blough, Frantz, Lichty, Martin, Maust, Miller, Myers, Sisler. (1,348pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $42.00 (Plus an extra $3.00 for shipping.) 729. Christian Schmucker, A Colonial Pennsylvania Farmer by Jane L. S. Davidson A biography in story form of Immigrant Christian Schmucker who came to America in 1752. The Schmucker history begins in Switzerland and is traced here with lots of background information as the family moved from Grindelwald, Switzerland, to the Alsace, and then on to America. (106pp. illus. bibliog. Author, 1976.) $13.35 457. Christian Schmucker, Stalwart Pioneer by Silas J. Smucker An excellent biography with updated information on Christian Schmucker, born in Grindelwald, Canton Bern, Switzerland, and arrived in Philadelphia Sept. 23, 1752. Contains background history of the area where he lived in Switzerland. Extensive footnotes provide an excellent basis for further research on Christian Schmucker and other Amish Mennonite families originating in that part of Switzerland. (44pp. Author, 1986. $3.00) 1211. Christian Strickler Sherk: His Ancestry and Descendants by Morris N. Sherk Christian Strickler Sherk, son of Immigrant Joseph and Susanna (Strickler) Schürch, was born in 1773. He married Martha Magdalena Rohrer and had ten children who married: Eby, Flory, Gochenauer, Greider, Hoffman, Mumma, Musselman, Nissley, and Schlott. Also European history of the Sherks. (294pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1994.) $21.00 2075. Clement Witmer Martin and Mary Zimmerman Martin, Ancestry and Descendants, 1858-1998 by Lester Hoover Early history of the Martin family including European information and ancestry back to Immigrant Christian Martin complements the main part of this book giving the descendants of Clement and Mary (Zimmerman) Martin of Lancaster Co., Pa. Of their thirteen children, eight survived to marry: Gehman, Hoover, Horst, Martin, Shirk, Weaver, and Zimmerman. (186pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $10.95 3021. A Combined Landis/Landes Genealogy Report of the Descendants of Hans Landis and Katharina Schinz by Samuel E. Wenger New data from Dr. Werner Baumann, a Swiss historian and expert on Hirzel farm families (many of whom were Anabaptists) are traced in this book with as many as eight generations of descendants. The main emphasis is on the Landis family, but there are many other references to related families: Bowman, Brenneman, Bruppacher, Buckwalter, Derstine, Freed, Hackman, Halteman, Moyer, Oberholtzer, Pfister, Stauffer, and Strickler. (192pp. illus. index. Author, 2005.) $26.95 2814. Conley--Connelly; Descendants of Thomas Connelly, Rapho Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Frances W. Waite This family history concentrates on the Conley/Connelly family including Thomas Connelly's daughters, Anna Catharine who married Peter Kemmerer and Rachel who married Christian Gibbel. By the fourth generation, the following surnames appear: Connelly, Coover, Eby, Eckerd, Fink, Gibble, Gipe, Grimes, Groom, Gruber, Hamacher, Hassler, Huntsberger, Kemmerer, Kohr, Lantz, Lichtenberger, Mosey, Nissly, Prescott, Prowell, Reigart, Repman, Rife, Shuler, Stetler, and Stouffer. (564pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2004.) $55.00 1379. The Continuing Story of the Solomon and Lydia Smith Miller Family by Virginia Smith Poling and Newton L. Poling Solomon Miller was born in Md. in 1797 and in 1833 moved with his family to Seneca Co., Ohio. In 1852, the family with 14 children moved to Allen Co., Ohio, and became active members of the German Baptists. This book continues the story with new information to The Story of Solomon and Lydia Smith Miller and Their Children (#131 for $18.50) published in 1988. (103pp. Author, 1994.) $12.00

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1129. Corrections and Additions to Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler by Harvey Hostetler Contains typographical errors, wrong information, and data returned too late to be included in the 1912 edition of Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler. Published a year after the book, this booklet was intended to be pasted in the back of each book. If you have a DJH (#96) book, you need this booklet to help clear up the confusion you may have encountered in tracing your lines. (20pp. Jacob Hochstetler Fam. Assn., 1992.) $1.75 2811. Dan and Emma Eberly; Their Descendants and Their Ancestors by William R. Eberly Daniel S. Eberly (1864-1949) and Emma Snoke (18741941) had fourteen children covered in this book along with their descendants. Dan and Emma lived in Ind. The fourteen children married into the following families: Armstrong, Arnold, Bailey, Black, Boyd, Frain, Heaston, Kline, Mellott, Mishler, Mock, Morehead, Ramer, Rothenberger, Roush, Stage, and Warstler. (193pp. illus. index. Author, 2002.) $22.50 1540. The Daniel Beachy Family of Aurora, West Virginia: Their Lineage and Life Stories by M. Marie and Paul H. Yoder Daniel Beachy (1820-1897) married Elizabeth Yoder and lived near Accident, Md.; later moving to Aurora, W. Va., where Daniel served as an Amish minister and bishop. They had fourteen children whose descendants married into families such as: Bender, Brenneman, Hershberger, Lichty, Miller, Orendorf, Stutzman, Swartzentruber, and Yoder. Read from their journals, diaries, letters, and hear the stories handed down through the generations. (280pp. illus. index. Authors, 1995.) $15.00 717. Daniel J. Hochstetler and Barbara C. Miller and Their Descendants From 1842 to 1990 by Dan A. Hochstetler A family history of DJH (#6155) family covering 1,380 families with 160 pages of Amish history. European background information on Hochstetlers and Millers from Canton Bern, Switzerland. (660pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1990.) $22.25 90. Daniel Mullet Family History and Records, 1854-1984 by Ora A. and Fanny Graber Family history and genealogy of the descendants of Daniel Mullet (1854-1923) and Susanna Yoder (18561934) of Nappanee, Ind. Their children married into the following families: Bontrager, Chupp, Graber, Hochstetter, Mast, Miller, Stutzman, and Yoder. (78pp. illus. index. Authors, n.d.) $8.25 89. Daniel W. Martin Family History, 1691-1974 by Irene L. Martin Ancestors and descendants of Daniel W. Martin (18261896) married to Magdalene Stauffer and Magdalena Auker of Lancaster Co., Pa. Their children married into the following families: Auker, Bowman, Fox, Oberholtzer, Sensenig, and Weaver. (82pp. Author, 1975.) $5.75 1442. The David and Anna Miller Story David Miller (1805-1889) married Ann(a) Longenecker and lived in Conoy Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. They had fourteen children. Index includes names such as Brubaker, Ebersole, Good, Keener, Kraybill, Longenecker, Miller, Nissley, Rutt, Stoner, Weaver, Yoder, Zimmerman, etc. (430pp. illus. index. hardcover. 1979.) $9.00 2368. Deacon Henry S. Burkholder (1872-1920) by Russell B. Strite and James L. Strite Henry Burkholder married Mary G. Horst and had seven children. They lived in Washington Co., Md. Ancestral charts for Henry and Mary include Lehman, Whisler, Sollenberger, Huber, and other lines. Index contains names such as Burkholder, Diller, Horst, Hunsecker, Martin, Strite, etc. (48pp. index. Russell B. Strite, 2000.) $14.50 3144. Deacon Isaac Hoover Nolt and Lydia Weaver Burkholder, Their Ancestors and Descendants, 18722006 by Harry N. Leinbach Family history of Isaac H. Nolt (1872-1946) and Lydia Burkholder (1870-1948) of Lancaster Co., Pa., with chapters on their Nolt, Stoner, Hoover/Huber, Burkholder, and Weaver ancestry, as well as on all their descendants. Their eleven children m. into the following families:

Hoover, Horning, Martin, Shirk, Weaver, Witmer, and Zimmerman. (538pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2006.) $26.99 977. Descendants and Ancestors of Amos and Priscilla Stoltzfus Kauffman by Sandra R. Kauffman This genealogy traces the ancestors and descendants of Amos S. Kauffman (1901-1992) married to Priscilla E. Stoltzfus (1905-1946) who were members of the Old Order Amish and lived near Ronks, Pa. Their children married Beiler, Buch, Overly, Stoltzfus, and Wilkenson. Also contains excerpts from a diary that Amos's daughter, Mattie, kept. (416pp. illus. Author, 1992.) $40.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 1212. Descendants and Ancestors of Johann Martin Borntraeger of Treysa, Province of Hesse, Germany; Althornbach, the Palatinate, Meyersdale and Johnstown, Pennsylvania The early Bontrager families descended from 1767 Immigrant (Johann) Martin Borntraeger have been added here by Dan A. Hochstetler. Frequent names of descendants include Bontrager, Christner, Eash, Hostetler, Mast, Miller, Schmucker, Schrock, Yoder. (291+pp. index. hardcover. 1993 repr. of 1923 ed.) $22.50 2538. The Descendants and Family History of Samuel and Lydia Gehman by Isaac W. Gehman The author traces the Gehman family from its origin in Oberthal, Switzerland, to America in 1754 to Adamstown, Pa., quickly through three generations to Samuel (1871-1949) and Lydia and their descendants. With the history of Samuel and Lydia and accompanying photos, the story of the family grows for four more generations. Some frequent names in the index include Gehman, Hoover, Horning, Horst, Newswanger, Nolt, Sensenig, Weaver, and more. (190pp. illus. index. Author, 2001.) $10.00 2336. Descendants and History of Georg Petersheim Family compiled by Petersheim Descendants Georg Petersheim came to America in 1810 and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Contains early European information as well as maps and copies of documents. Appendix has information on Miller, Stoltzfus, Good, Schwartzendruber, Ebersol, Roth families, etc. Index has surnames such as Esh, Fisher, Gascho, Gingerich, Kauffman, Miller, Petersheim, Smucker, Zook, etc. (528+pp. illus. index. hardcover. Pequea Publishers, 1979.) $11.75 2837. Descendants of Aaron A. Yoder and Mary D. (Hochstetler) Yoder, 1878-2000 by Rose Edna Yoder Stories and memories including ancestry of both the Yoders and Hochstetlers are followed by family data on all the descendants of Aaron and Mary Yoder who had nine children and lived in LaGrange Co., Ind., before moving to Dodge City, Kans. Their children married into the following families: Borntreger, Byler, Miller, and Stutzman. (335pp. index. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $18.00 1213. The Descendants of Abiah and Lydia (Zook) Byler Abiah Byler (1859-1928) married Lydia Zook and lived in Belleville, Pa. This book is a genealogy of their descendants, many of whom are from the following families: Byler, Peachey, Swartz, Yoder, and Zook. Ancestral charts for Abiah and Lydia are also included, as well as photos and biographical sketches. (51+pp. index. illus. n.p., 1993.) $11.50 2838. Descendants of Ammon H. Miller and Lizzie J. (Miller) Miller, 1878-1996 by Rose Edna Yoder and Mary Jane Swartzentruber Stories and memories begin this book followed by family data on all the descendants of Ammon H. and Lizzie Miller who moved from Kans. to Del. and had ten children married into the following families: Bontrager, Byler, Mast, Miller, Riehl, Sensenbaugh, and Troyer. (359pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $16.00 1326. Descendants of Amos Lapp and Mattie (Smucker) Lapp, 1857-1993 by Bennie C. Yoder and Susan A. Kinsinger This family history covers the descendants of Old Or-

der Amish Deacon Amos Lapp (1857-1932) married to Mattie Smucker (1860-1934). Families: King, Lapp, Miller, and Stoltzfus. (274pp. index. hardcover. Authors, 1993.) $9.95 359. Descendants of Amos M. and Bertha F. Nolt Redcay by Ruth M. Redcay Amos Redcay (1880-1949) was a Mennonite farmer who lived near New Holland, Pa. This indexed genealogy contains information on dates, address, occupation, and church affiliation for each of Amos Redcay's descendants. (35pp. illus. Author, 1987.) $5.00 93. Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler and Christian Stutzman by Rev. Harvey Hostetler Over 15,000 family units appear in this encyclopedia of Mennonite and Amish families, all descendants of Christian and Barbara (Hochstedler) Stutzman, first printed in 1938. Names, dates, residences, church affiliation, occupation, and children's names and dates for most family units. The three indexes are useful, one an index of families by post offices. (1,391pp. hardcover. Gospel Book Store, 1998 reprint.) $40.50 (Please add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 1542. Descendants of Bishop Jacob Eash, Born in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, A.D. 1774 by Levi Eash Jacob Eash's father, also the same name, arrived in Pa. in 1751 and located in Berks Co., Pa., and later moved to Dauphin Co., Pa. Jacob Eash was the first ordained Amish bishop in Somerset Co., Pa. He was m. to 1) Susanna Miller (d. 1842) and 2) Barbara (Miller) Schrock. Surnames: Ashe, Beachey, Blough, Bontrager, Foust, Goughnour, Helsel, Hershberger, Hostetler, Kauffman, Kropf, Lehman, Marner, Miller, Petersheim, Schrock, Stutzman, Troyer, Weaver, and Yoder. (670pp. hardcover. Selby Pub., 1995 reprint of 1934 edition.) $42.00 2770. Descendants of Caspar and Rebecca (Barger) Strahl of Berks County, Pennsylvania by George W. Andrews Subtitled "With Observations on Other Ancestral Quaker Families," this genealogical collection concentrates on the Strahl family--Immigrant Caspar Strahl came to America in 1750 from Germany. Caspar m. Rebecca Barger and had nine children born in either Alsace Twp. or Robeson Twp., Berks Co. They were members of the Robeson Monthly Meeting (Quakers). Families: Barger, Burr, Lee, Tompkins, Williams, and Yocum. (82pp. 2000.) $8.00 3046. Descendants of Christian D. Troyer and Catherine Beachy, 1840-2000 by Henry C. Miller Genealogy of Christian D. Troyer (1840-1903) married to Catherine Beachy who lived in Holmes Co., Ohio, and had twelve children who married into the following families: Beachy, Coblentz, Raber, Schlabach, Speicher, and Yoder. (464pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $24.00 978. The Descendants of Christian J. and Magdalena (Hershberger) Hostetler by Larry L. Hostetler Early Hochstetler history and family stories (230 pages) precede the main genealogical section of this encyclopedia of Hostetlers covering the descendants of C. J. Hostetler (1830-1925) and Magdalena (Hershberger) Hostetler (1835-1925) buried at Shelbyville, Ill. The most frequent surnames include: Baer, Baker, Birky, Blosser, Brown, Christner, Eash, Eigsti, Gingerich, Headings, Hostetler, Kenagy, Kropf, Lantz, Martin, Miller, Ropp, Schrock, Smucker, Swartzentruber, Troyer, Ulrich, Unzicker, Werner, Yoder, and Zook. (640pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1992.) $28.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 361. Descendants of Christian M. Sauder and Direct Ancestors, 1766-1988 compiled by Samuel and Laura Weaver An interesting genealogy that in addition to Christian's family gives the descendants of Barbara Good Sauder, Magdalena Martin Sauder, and Lizzie B. Weaver Sauder. It also contains a brief history of the Sauder family as well as information on Casper Sauder (17661816). Christian M. Sauder is buried in Lancaster Co., Pa. Families: Burkholder, Hoover, Martin, Nolt, Weaver, and Zimmerman. (128pp. Author, 1988.) $6.50

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2551. Descendants of Christian Shirk: Tanner and Preacher of Shirktown by Sarah Elizabeth Shirk Christian Shirk (1796-1870) married in 1827 to Elizabeth Hoffman (1805-1862) and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. He was ordained a minister at Churchtown Mennonite in 1837. They had ten children. Families: Bauman, Baxter, Bechtel, Beiler, Bewley, Bingeman, Binkley, Bowman, Brubacher, Burkholder, Clemmer, Cressman, Diem, Eberly, Good, Haines, Hoover, Hornberger, Horst, Hunsberger, Kraft, Martin, Mast, Messner, Nolt, Oberholtzer, Reiff, Ringler, Sensenig, Shantz, Sherk/Shirk, Stoltzfus, Sweigart, Weaver, Wise, Witmer, and Zimmerman. (539pp. index. hardcover. 2001.) $30.00 2337. The Descendants of Daniel Lehman by Daniel R. Lehman A family history of Daniel Lehman (1776-1847), a native of Mt. Joy Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa., who settled in Greene Twp., Franklin Co., Pa., in 1796, was ordained a minister at the Chambersburg Mennonite Church in 1832, and is buried in the Lehman Family Cemetery on his farm. Frequent surnames: Burkholder, Ebersole, Horst, Lehman, Martin, Shetter, Wadel, etc. (429pp. index. illus. hardcover. Author, 1983.) $19.95 1491. Descendants of David J. and Magdalena Hochstetler by Daniel E. Hochstetler This third and updated edition of over 2,000 families descended from David J. and Magdalena Hochstetler contains family history, maps, photos, cemetery listings, and family data. Both David and Magdalena descend from the 1738 Immigrant Jacob Hochstetler had 10 children and 70 grandchildren. (512pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1995.) $19.50 731. Descendants of David Renno Smoker and Lydia Stoltzfus Smoker, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania edited by Jane L. S. Davidson Some European history on the Schmucker family appears in this genealogy, but most of the book traces the family of David Renno Smoker who was a gt-gt-grandson of Immigrant Christian Schmucker. A biography of Immigrant Christian, John Schmucker, Daniel Smucker, Joshua Smucker, and David Renno Smoker are unique with personal signatures. (57pp. index. Author, 1978.) $6.00 492. Descendants of Eli and Nathan Chupp by Mrs. E. Hochstetler and Mrs. Dan Chupp Twenty-one pages of updated information are included in this reprint of the Chupp family. Eli and Nathan Chupp were the sons of Frederick Chupp who immigrated with his parents from Germany in 1809 at age twelve. They settled in Allegheny Co., Pa. (131pp. ca1950, reprinted 1989.) $15.00 2529. Descendants of Emanuel J. Schrock and Catherine J. Troyer, 1864-2000 by Paul A. Keim Emanuel (1868-1947) was a well-known Amish bishop in Holmes Co., Ohio, where most of his descendants reside today. A large fold-out genealogy chart, a birthday calendar of everyone in the book, history, and stories are included. Frequent surnames: Beachy, Hershberger, Keim, Miller, Schrock, Troyer, and Yoder. (264pp. hardcover. index. Author, 2001.) $25.00 1742. Descendants of Francis B. and Magdalena Musser Weaver, 1835-1996 by Lester M. Hoover Francis and Magdalena Weaver had six children. This book includes all their descendants with a brief history of each generation since 1640. Also contains biographical sketches, family reunion pictures, and notes of the Weaver family. Names include Boll, Bowman, Gingrich, Good, Heller, Horst, Landis, Leaman, Martin, Newswanger, Shirk, Stauffer, etc. (160pp. illus. index. Author, 1996.) $11.95 2592. Descendants of Frank W. Hurst, 1863-2000 compiled by several of Frank W. Hurst's descendants and their spouses Contains a brief history of the ancestors of Frank Hurst, starting with Joseph Hurst (b. ca1710) of Mauer, Germany, through five generations. Frank W. Hurst (1863-1940) married three times and had eight children. He was an ordained minister in the Weaverland Conference of the Mennonite Church in Lancaster Co., Pa. His descendants have shared their

memories of him in this book. Families: Burkholder, Hoover, Horning, Horst, Hurst, Martin, Nolt, Sensenig, Weaver, and Zimmerman. (266pp. index. hardcover. Carl Martin, 2002.) $12.75 2586. The Descendants of Hans Lauer/Lower by Jack Akerboom After more than fifteen years of research, this family can now trace their origins back to about 1600 in Germany. The immigrants arrived in 1737. Most descendants are covered up to today. Major surnames in the every-name index: Batdorf, Butdorf, Dieffenbach, Fisher, Holstein, Iricck, Kaser, Knoop, Lauer, Lower, Miller, Smith, Snyder, Spangler, and others. (808pp. index. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $35.00 (Add an additional $2.00 to postage bill.) 1176. The Descendants of Henry E. and Sarah Ann Rhoads by Melvin H. Rhoads, Paul L. Rhoads, and Elizabeth L. Yarnall This genealogy begins with Immigrants George and Anna Maria Roth and gives the Roth/Rhoads chronology beginning in 1740. The index includes surnames: Brown, Freese, Herb, Hoffman, Levengood, Mauger, McCann, Miller, Rhoads/Roth, Sassman, and Specht. (105+pp. illus. hardcover. index. 1993.) $30.00 1543. The Descendants of Henry Gibbel compiled by Ira W. Gibbel Henry Gibbel was born in 1717 in Germany and died in 1789 in Lancaster Co., Pa. Families: Behm, Bender, Bollinger, Connelly, Eby, Haller, Hossler, Huhn, Hummer, Kiefer, Kinsey, Longenecker, Royer, Schank, Smith, Stoneroad, Stroh, Teller, Wenger, Widder, Wolf, etc. (598pp. index. hardcover. 1995.) $38.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 362. The Descendants of Jacob and Susan Ulrich, 1817-1986 by Lloyd G. Ulrich Jacob and Susan emigrated from Switzerland to Elizabeth Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. This book contains information on the descendants of all nine children to the present with their birth and death dates and, whenever possible, the place of burial. Surnames: Becker, Bender, Clay, Dissinger, Ditzler, Engle, Hollinger, Kauffman, Landis, Ober, Roth, Ruhl, Shearer, Shenk, Snyder, Steffy, Stoner, Wagner, and Zimmerman. (334pp. index. illus. hardcover. Author, 1986.) $8.50 493. Descendants of Jacob D. Mast From Years 1832-1952 by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto A record of 317 families descending from Jacob D. Mast of Mt. Hope, Ohio, this book with a complete index covers a period of 200 years. Jacob D. Mast (18321875) is the great-grandson of Jacob Maust, 1737 Swiss immigrant who settled in Berks Co., Pa. (79pp. Selby, 1952, reprinted 1989.) $10.00 95. Descendants of Jacob Good by Rufus Good Traces 1732 Immigrant Jacob Good's descendants through his two sons: Peter who lived in Cumberland Co., Pa., and Jacob who lived in the Shenandoah Valley, Va. Jacob, at the age of twenty, first settled near Weaverland, Pa., and later moved to Bowmansville, Pa. This is an update of A Lineage of Jacob Good and His Brother Christian Good. (314pp. Author, 1987.) $10.00 96. Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler, the Immigrant of 1736 by Rev. Harvey Hostetler Over 9,000 family units are listed in this volume of Immigrant Jacob Hochstetler's descendants, concentrating on sons John, Joseph, and Christian. Names, dates, residences, church affiliations, occupations, and children's names and dates are given for most family units. First published in 1911. (1,191pp. hardcover. Gospel Book Store, 1988.) $33.75 (Please add an extra $2.00 to postage.) 656. The Descendants of Jacob Hostetter of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Volume I: David K. Hostetter by Morris D. Hostetter The Descendants of Jacob Hostetter concerns a previously unresearched branch of the Hostetter family which established itself in Franklin Co., Pa., between 1790 and 1795. This first volume covers the descendants of Jacob Hostetter's grandson, David K.

Hostetter; includes four generations of his Hostetter ancestry back to Oswald Hostetter, the immigrant of 1732. The appendices give David K. Hostetter's Fike, Stauffer, Kreider, and Brechbill ancestry. (335pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1989.) $30.00 2866. Descendants of Jacob J. & Mary (Nisley) Coblentz, 1835-2003 by Henry N. and Edna Miller and others With an interesting European history at the beginning of this book, this is a great collection of data on the Coblentz family begining with Jacob J. (1835-1909) and Mary (Nisley) Coblentz. Only three of their eight children grew old enough to marry and those three children each married a Miller. Other surnames covered include: Byler, Hershberger, Hochstetler/Hostetler, Jackson, Kauffman, Mast, Schlabach, Shetler, Shrock, Troyer, Weaver, Wingard, and Yoder. (478pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2003.) $28.00 572. Descendants of Jacob J. Yoder by Mrs. Dan A. Hostetler A reprint of the Jacob J. Yoder and Rebecca Blank Kauffman Yoder family history which traces the family from Somerset Co., Pa., to Holmes Co., Ohio, in 1826, and then to Johnson Co., Iowa, in 1854. (105pp. Author, 1951, reprinted 1989.) $12.50 1381. Descendants of Jacob Markley of Skippack, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania Jacob Markley married 1) Barbara Dodderer and m. 2) Barbara Kausch. He had 13 children and died in 1784. Families: Benner, Boyer, Hunsicker, Markley, Nyce, Schwenk, Zieber, and others. (47pp. index. index. Adams Apple Press, 1991.) $6.50 3078. Descendants of Jacob Raber, 1794-2005 by Emanuel H. Yoder This book covers almost 18,000 families descended from Immigrant Jacob Raber who came to America in 1837. Frequent surnames: Beachy, Miller, Raber, and Yoder. (1,349pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2005.) $32.99 850. Descendants of Jacob Swartzentruber by Alvin L. and Edna (Miller) Maust Jacob Swartzentruber was born in 1833 in Waldeck, Germany, and was buried near Grantsville, Md., in 1881. A reproduction of his will appears in the first part of the book along with family stories of grandparents, farming, reunions, circle letters, etc. Families: Beachy, Eash, Kauffman, Maust, Miller, Swartzentruber, and Yoder. (175pp. index. Authors, 1990.) $5.00 2566. The Descendants of James Carrell and Sarah Dungan: 1690-1928 by Ezra Patterson Carrell James Carrell emigrated to America ca1690-95 from Ireland. This book contains a brief synopsis of Carrell's possible ancestors along with a telling of their early days in Richboro, Pa. Families: Brown, Cornell, Foulke, Gamble, Hough, Johnson, McCarty, Williams, etc. (708pp. index. hardcover. illus. originally printed in 1928.) $75.00 (Add an additional $3.00 to postage bill.) 2567. Descendants of James Carrell and Sarah Dungan His Wife: Volume II A continuation of the first volume (#2566), here you will find additions and new information for Generations Three through Thirteen. Also contains the Carrell coat of arms with an explanation, as well as photos of the Carrell family homestead in Bucks Co., Pa. Familes: AcMoody, Barnes, Brenchley, Brown, Cornell, Culbert, Day, Gilbert, Hart, Higley, Johnson, Krier, Moyer, Smith, Thompson, Williams, etc. (1,223pp. index. illus. hardcover. Carrell Family Assn., 2001.) $75.00 (Add an additional $3.00 to postage bill.) 2338. The Descendants of Joh Matthias and Susanna Barbara (Lauer) Theiss, Deiss, Tice, Dice by Jack Akerboom Traces the family origins of the Theiss/Deiss/Tice/Dice family back to 1600 in Germany, their immigration to America in 1730, and the descendants of eight children to the present day. The two-volume set contains over 50,000 names--all fully indexed. Surnames: Allen, Baeshore, Behney, Bennett, Bland, Bodkin, Bowers, Caplinger, Colaw, Dahmer, Dice, Dolly, Gerberich, Good, Hammer,

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Harman, Harper, Hedrick, Homa, Judy, Kile, Kilmer, Kimble, Kisamore, Lambert, Line, Lough, Mallowo, Miller, Nelson, Roberson, Ruddle, Sholly, Shuey, Sites, Smith, Thompson, Tice, Wagoner, Walmer, Warner. (1,648pp. 2 vols. hardcover. index. illus. Author, 2000.) $70.00 (plus $5.00 extra shipping) 3081. The Descendants of Johann Peter Klinger and Catharina Steinbruch by Max E. Klinger Over 6,000 descendants are given here including most of the prominent families of the historic Mahantango Valley in the heart of the Pa. Dutch region. The origins of Klinger's Church and Klingerstown are discussed as well as numerous photos of historic homes and gravesites. This is a wonderful source for anyone interested in Mahantango/Lykens Valley history and genealogy. (430pp. illus. Sunbury Press, 2005.) $32.95 1263. Descendants of Johannes and Catharine Thomas of Frederick County, Maryland by George Andrews This family history touches a number of families, including: Aasen, Arnold, Beard, Betts, Cole, Funk, Johnson, McKee, Meyer, Newcomer, Reese, Slee, Swihart, Tombaugh, Toms/Thomas, Thompson, and Wertenberger. Other families: Baker, Bosserman, Clinger, Driver, Eier, Fawcett, Leib, and Snyder. (42pp. Author, 1994.) $9.00 1655. Descendants of John and Anna Myers Brubaker, 1750-1995 by Marwin E. Brubaker and Margaret Brubaker Eller A cross-referenced, indexed genealogy of the family of John Brubaker (ca170-ca18) and his wife Anna Myers. Their first six children were born in Lancaster Co., Pa., while the last two were born in Franklin Co., Va. Information on Brubakers in Europe and their immigration to America. Frequent surnames include Bowman, Brubaker, Johnson, King, Moore, Smith, Stern, Wolf(e), etc. (808+pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $39.95 (Add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 2047. Descendants of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter by Gayle Edwin Spitler Honeyman and Linda Kay Stephens McDaniel This biographical and genealogical account of the family of John and Susanna (Ulrich) Deeter, Brethren pioneers of Morrison's Cove, Bedford Co., Pa., had children who migrated to the Miami Valley of Ohio. Children were Susannah Rench, Elizabeth Kensinger, John, Daniel, Abraham, Barbara Teeter, Hannah Burns, Catharine, and Samuel. This book covers nine generations including the female lines of descent. (782pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1998.) $50.00 (Add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 581. The Descendants of John Eby Hershey and Anna Mellinger Hershey edited by Noah L. Hershey This family history also features the Hershey origins in Europe, their settling in America, a variety of family memories, maps, and thirty-six photos. Part Two lists the descendants of John Eby (1830-1906) and Anna (Mellinger) Hershey who lived in Paradise Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. (133pp. hardcover. Author, 1989.) $30.00 1814. Descendants of John Hawkshaw of Louisburgh, County Mayo, Ireland, Through His Second Son, James Hawkshaw (1795-1848) by Evelyn Hawkshaw Rogers The only known definitive book on the Hawkshaw family that began in mid-seventeenth century Ireland. Also identifies resources in Ireland to aid family historians in tracing their ancestors. (145pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $36.00 979. Descendants of Jonas Maust by Evan and Ada Maust Jonas Maust, a descendant of Jacob Mast, was born in 1830 in Keim, Pa., and died in 1916 at Salisbury, Pa. He married Barbara Miller. Frequent names include Beitzel, Bender, Gnagey, Maust, Miller, and Yoder. (198pp. index. hardcover. Authors, 1992.) $12.00 2815. Descendants of Jonathan Koenig; A Genealogical Compilation by Earl Charles Koenig

This family history is a compilation of the descendants of Jonathan Koenig (1846-1912) and Carolina Fink. Jonathan was a gt-grandson of Immigrant Samuel Koenig. Biographical information on individual family members are given. Most frequent surnames are: Bausher, Berger, Billman, Blatt, DeLong, Dreibelbis, Kline, Koenig, Lesher, Miller, Mohn, Naftzinger, Strausser, Yeager, and Zimmerman. (152pp. illus. index. Author, 2004.) $12.50 2078. Descendants of Joseph Shirk--Inventor- Surveyor (1820-1902)--and Esther Horning compiled by Sarah Elizabeth Shirk Updates the information provided in The Family Record of Joseph Shirk and his wife Esther Horning Shirk, compiled by Noah M. Shirk in 1966. There are approximately 9,400 descendants of Joseph and Esther, including eight generations. This book has been assembled by generation, with the index in alphabetical order by the last name of each descendant was given at birth and includes surnames such as Brubacher, Buckwalter, Burkholder, Eberly, Eby, Fox, Good, High, Hoover, Horning, Horst, Leid, Leinbach, Martin, Newswanger, Nolt, Oberholtzer, Ramer, Reiff, Rissler, Sauder, Sensenig, Shirk, Snyder, Stauffer, Weaver, etc. (708pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1998.) $18.00 (plus $1.00 extra shipping) 1327. The Descendants of Peter and Sophia (Lauer) Ruth by Jack Akerboom and Anna Ruth Salzman This encyclopedia of family history on the Ruth family is a collection of thousands of names representing years of research. Early history of both the Ruth and Lauer/Lower family is traced to Germany. The Peter Ruth/Roodt family arrived in Pa. in 1733. In 1761, Peter Ruth of Cumru Twp., Berks Co., Pa., was naturalized declaring he had observed communion at Hain's Church in Berks Co., Pa. Children married: Epler, Hain, Krick, Moser, and Schell. (1,004pp. hardcover. Akerboom, 1994.) $17.50 (Plus an additional $3.00 to postage.) 99. Descendants of Peter M. Newswanger and Lydia Burkhart by Donald Newswanger Maps, charts, and photos document this family history of Peter and Lydia (Burkhart) Newswanger's descendants. Peter (1866-1900) is the son of Peter Newswanger (1829-1899), descendant of Immigrant Emanuel Newswanger who settled in Lancaster Co., Pa., in the 1750s. Early history of the Newswanger family dates back to Switzerland in 1357. (42pp. Author, 1986.) $5.00 2195. The Descendants of Philip Steele (1758-1827) and His Wife Susannah Ochs (1767-1854) compiled by Patricia K. Johnson Beginning with highlights about immigrant George Steele, this book records the descendants of Philip Steele (b. ca1758 in Somerset Co., Pa.) through the ninth generation. Families: Brown, Clark, Dreibelbis, Hostetler, Keim, Reinhardt, Stewart, etc. (290pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $36.00 1815. Descendants of Samuel G. Sauder and Elizabeth Eaby compiled by Mabel Sauder Weaver and R. Clair Weaver Samuel Sauder (1842-1925) married Elizabeth Eaby, had six children, and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Their descendants have surnames such as Martin, Sauder, Sensenig, etc. A brief history of the Casper Sauder family in Lancaster Co., Pa., is included here. (62pp. illus. Authors, 1982.) $6.75 1410. The Descendants of Samuel L. and Catherine (Yoder) Plank by J. Donald Plank Samuel L. Plank (1821-1900), a great-grandson of Immigrant Melchior Plank, m. Catherine Yoder and lived in Pa. This book covers the first three generations and then includes all known descendants of Samuel and Catherine (Yoder) Plank. Surnames are Amberg, Esh, Garrett, Hartzler, Hendricks, Lehman, Payne, Peachey, Plank, Yoder, and Zook. (154pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1994.) $18.50 2233. Descendants of Samuel S. Eash and Susan J. Miller compiled by Ora E. Eash This book contains the genealogical records of the family of Samuel S. Eash (1864-1945) and Susan J. Miller (1863-1949). A pedigree chart of Samuel's an-

cestors is also included going back to the mid-1700s. Families: Beachy, Bontrager, Borkholder, Christner, Fry/Frye, Helmuth, Kauffman, Mast, Otto, Schlabach, Schmucker, Troyer, Whetstone, Yoder, and others. (76pp. index. Author, 1994.) $11.95 2417. The Descendants of Solomon J. and Sarah "Sadie" Mast Kauffman by Elmo Kauffman The Kauffman genealogy begins in Canton Bern, Switzerland, with an Amish preacher, Isaac Kauffman (b. 1653), who landed in Philadelphia, Pa., in 1737 and settled in the new Amish settlement in Bern Township, Berks Co. Bishop Jacob Mast, who was the greatgrandfather of Sadie Mast, settled in the same Amish settlement as the Kauffmans. Solomon Kauffman and Sadie Mast were married in 1891 and lived the rest of their lives near Benton, Ohio. (53pp. illus. index. Carlisle Printing, 1999.) $8.50 805. Descendants of Valentin and Christina Becker of Warwick Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by George W. Andrews Valentin and Christina (Hess) Becker emigrated from Germany to Pa. in 1729 on the same ship that Alexander Mack, Sr., brought his congregation of Dunkers to America. This book traces male Becker/Baker lines and lists children of the females. (59pp. Author, 1991.) $8.50 3138. Descendents, Family History, and Memories; Reuben Sensenig Zimmerman, 1872-1936, and Maria Sensenich Wanner, 1873-1955 by Grace A. Zimmerman Although the book traces the descendants of Reuben and Maria's descendants, information is also given on their ancestors: Burkholder, Eby, Martin, Sensenig, Wanner, Wenger, and Zimmerman roots. Their 13 children m. into the following families; Fry, Gress, Horst, Leid, Schweitzer, Sensenig, Sweigart, and Wanner. (88pp. illus. index. Author, 2005.) $35.00 2552. Dewalt Novinger's Legacy: The Novinger Family in the United States From 1737 to 2001 by James G. Novinger More than 7,500 names and dates of Novingers along with their spouses and children were compiled over the past twenty-four years. Descendants covered in this book are of Dewalt (1737-1826) and Mary (Woodside) Novinger of now Dauphin Co., Pa. Frequent surnames in the index include Anderson, Arbuthnot, Babb, Baer, Barron, Becker, Beil, Bordner, Bowman, Boyer, Brown, Cain, Carnagey, Clark, Cook, Daniels, Davis, Feidt, Forney, Funk, Good, Green, Hills, Hoffman, Holzman, Hoy, Johnson, Jones, Keefer, Koppenheffer, Lebo, McCracken, Miller, Myers, Niece, Novinger, Romberger, Smith, . . . (462pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2001.) $35.00 3167. DNA Search for the Small Y Bey; America, Switzerland, and Beyond by Allen R. Beiler and Dr. Omar C. Yoder DNA analysis was used to study the possible chromosomal connections between various Beiler-BeyelerBoiler-Byler families. This study demonstrated that by combining the older techniques of genealogical research with the new scientific advances in genetics, descendants can be traced to a common ancestor centuries ago. (98pp. illus. 2006.) $29.95 2369. Douts Family History of Mt. Nebo, Pennsylvania: 1700-2000 by Rebecca W. Miller Henry Douts (1857-1915) married Annie Hackman and they raised eleven children in Mt. Nebo, Lancaster Co., Pa. Frequent names in the index include Douts, Hedricks, Miller, Railing, Trimble, Winters. (184pp. illus. hardcover. index. Author, 2000.) $40.00 1746. An Ebersole Story: The Ancestry and Descendants of Abraham D. Ebersole (1822-1892) and Anna Rutt (1827-1904) by Robert S. Kreider, David J. Rempel Smucker, and Roy H. Umble Abraham and Anna Ebersole had nine children and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa., and Whiteside Co., Ill. Abraham was ordained to the ministry for Science Ridge Mennonite Church, Sterling, Ill. Contains obituaries; Ebersole Reunion statistics; Aebersolds of Emmental, Switzerland, and the family's immigration to Pa. (114pp. spiral. illus. Ebersole Family Assoc., 1996.) $20.00

1956. Echoes From the Weaverland Valley: Ancestry and Descendants of Benjamin B. Weaver by Lamar W. Leinbach and Lydia H. Leinbach Chapter one of this book gives a brief account of the origins of the Weaver/Weber family, while chapter two covers the history of the John B. Weaver (18871967) family. John was the son of Benjamin B. and Mary Ann (Lichty) Weaver. He married Lydia High and raised eight children in Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Descendants married into the following families: Burkholder, Herr, Hoover, Hurst, Leinbach, Martin, Rutt, Sensenig, Shirk, and Weaver. (117pp. illus. index. Authors, 1997.) $16.00 2445. Echternach Family History Report: Our German Ancestors and American Descendants compiled by Samuel E. Wenger Features fourteen generations of Echternachs who settled in Lancaster Co., Pa., during the late 18th and early 19th centuries and also includes information about their European ancestors and other related material. Names like Echternach, Espenschied, Kern, Schaubach, Wirth, and others appear in German villages such as Siefersheim, Wonsheim, and Gumbsheim, and ironically several of the family names appear once again on American soil in Strasburg, Lancaster Co., records where they were reported as German immigrants during the late 18th and early 19th centuries. (412pp. illus. index. spiral. Author, 2001.) $35.00 2268. Elam W. Sensenig Family History 1901-1999 compiled by D. M. Sensenig Four generations of the descendants of Elam (Weaver) Sensenig, 1901-1971, and Lizzie (Eberly) Zimmerman, 1898-1972, are compiled here with brief descriptions of the Sensenig and Zimmerman ancestries. Frequent surnames in the index include Burkholder, Hoover, Leinbach, Martin, Newswanger, Nolt, Shirk, and Weaver. (118pp. index. Author, 1999.) $14.00 2475. Eld. Jeremiah H. Garst and His Descendants by Floyd R. and Kathryn G. Mason Prepared for the July 2000 reunion and celebration of the 1750 immigration of Dewald Gerst, Sr. Jeremiah Henry Garst (1845-1897) m. 1) Nancy Grisso and m. 2) Lucy Davis. They had six children and lived in Roanoke Co., Va. Index includes names such as Beard, Garst, Kinzie, Murray, Showalter, Snuffer, Thompson, . . . (27pp. hardcover. illus. index. Authors, 2000.) $25.00 2476. Eld. Samuel Garber and Elizabeth Miller of Augusta Co., Virginia by Floyd R. and Kathryn G. Mason Samuel Garber (ca1756-1817) m. Elizabeth Miller and had 14 children. Samuel was born in York Co., Pa., but later lived in Va. Descendants have such names as Bacon, Bowman, Brubaker, Coffman, Garber, Lair, Sherfy, Smith, etc. (162pp. index. illus. hardcover. Authors, 2000.) $41.75 3159. Emanuel & Lizzie Martin Family Record, 18792006 by Marlin E. Sensenig Names, dates, addresses, and other data are included for all the descendants of Emanuel H. Martin (1879-1971) and Lizzie L. Martin (1880-1936) of Lancaster Co., Pa. Their nine children m. into the following families: Eberly, Hoover, Horning, Martin, and Weaver. (176pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2006.) $19.95 100. The Emile & Susanna (Ebersol) Arthaud Family (1765-1987) by Dr. John Bradley Arthaud Emile (1806-1887) and Susanna Arthaud, both born in France, first lived in Ontario, Canada, before moving to Indiana and then later to Iowa. Researchers interested in the Ebersol, Neuhauser, Blank/Plank, Lebold, and Schwartzentruber families will find some new European data. Susanna was the daughter of Christian and Susanna (Neuhauser) Ebersol who were married in 1812 in Imling, France. Early French records are mentioned throughout the appendices. (104pp. index. Author, 1987.) $25.00 2372. Eschbach-Eshbach-Eschbaugh-Aeschbacher by Edwin Eshbach Christian Eschbach (1737-1809) is the progenitor of the Berks-Montgomery Co., Pa., Eschbach/Eshbach family. He settled in what is now Barto, Pa. His father was 1737 Immigrant Peter Eschbacher/Aeschbacher. Christian's

brother Johann is thought to be the ancestor of the Lancaster Co. Eschbach/Eshbach family. The early Eschbachs were Mennonite. This book also includes research relating to the Northumberland, Lehigh, and Blair Cos. families, as well as the Ashbaugh family. Index includes names such as Aeschbacher, Ashbaugh, Brenner, Eschbach and variants, Foust, Geissbuhler, Hallman, Kegrise, Koch, Kolb/Kulp, Longacre, Miller, Moyer, O'Neil, Rauch, Stahl, and Yoder. (268pp. index. illus. Author, 2000.) $18.00 1493. The F. Christian and Anna Eleanora (Zafft) Ortmann Family History, 1800-1902 by Marnette D. (Ortman) Hofer Four Ortmann brothers who settled in Poland came with other Swiss Volhynian Mennonites migrating out of Russia in 1874 to settle in South Dakota. Family histories are included with photos of intermarriages (among others) with the following South Dakota and Kansas families: Schrag, Graber, Mueller, Goering, Preheim, Senner, Kaufman, and Stucky. (466pp. illus. index. hardcover. Pine Hill, 1993.) $50.00 (plus an extra $1.00 for shipping) 2080. Family History and Genealogy of Pioneer Jacob (1698-1771) Beiler-Boiler-Byler by Allen R. Beiler Three hundred years of Beiler/Boiler/Byler history and genealogy abound in this encyclopedic collection of over 13,000 names compiled over a period of nine years. Immigrants Jacob and Veronica Beiler and their five children arrived in Pa. in 1737. Their five children and Jacob's other children to his second marriage, Elizabeth Kallen, m.: Esterloe, Fisher, Kauffman, Kisch, and Yoder. (680pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $39.95 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 733. Family History of Christian Burkholder, 17461990 by Paul Z. Burkholder Christian Burkholder (1746-1809) married Anna Groff, granddaughter of Pioneer Hans Groff, and lived near Farmersville, Lancaster Co., Pa. Christian came to America in 1754 and later was ordained minister. Frequent surnames: Hoover, Horst, Martin, Nolt, Reiff, Sensenig, Shirk, Weaver, Wenger, and Zimmerman. (537pp. hardcover. index. Compiler, 1990.) $15.95 494. Family History of Christian Schmucker and Catherine Christner by Mrs. George Hoover This reprint covers the descendants of Christian Schmucker, born in 1856 in Howard Co., Ind. Christian was the grandson of John and Mary (Klopfenstine) Schmucker, 1823 immigrant. (40pp. 1957, reprinted 1989.) $7.50 1443. Family History of Daniel E. and Fannie (Borntrager) Nissley Descendants by Verna Yoder Daniel (1871-1938) married Fannie Borntrager and had seven children. In addition to this family's genealogy, the book also includes excerpts from the Sugarcreek Budget regarding Haven and Hutchinson, Kansas, as well as obituaries. Frequent surnames of descendants are Bontrager, Mast, Nissley, and Yoder. (128pp. index. Author, 1993.) $10.00 1020. Family History of Joni Miller and His Descendants by Emanuel J. Miller The genealogy of Joni J. (1824-1913) and Susanna (Hostetler) Miller's fourteen children was published in 1942. Now it has been reprinted with ten pages of additional history of the Millers from Switzerland that has not previously been printed. The early history begins with 1742 Immigrant Christian Miller. The index includes frequent names such as Bontrager, Chupp, Lambright, Miller, Schrock, and Yoder. (123pp. index. Dan A. Hochstetler, 1992.) $8.50 1820. Family History of Nathaniel Z. Martin, 18411992 by Richard B. Martin and Elva Hunt Martin Nathaniel Martin (1841-1923) married Maria M. Sauder and had seven children who lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Names: Burkholder, Hoover, Martin, Sauder, Shirk, and Weaver. A brief history of the early Martin family in Lancaster Co. plus the wills of Abraham Martin (17651847) and Henry S. Martin (1807-1875). (288pp. index. illus. Elva Martin, 1993.) $20.00 2375. Family History of Noah B. Weaver and Wives by Paul M. Weaver

Noah Weaver (1894-1984) m. 1) Lena S. Martin and m. 2) Annie W. Sauder. They had eleven children and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Book lists their descendants and includes brief ancestry of their Sauder, Sensenig, Martin, Weaver, and Burkholder lines. (46pp. illus. Author, 2000.) $11.00 101. Family History of Noah P. Miller and Mary M. Swartzentruber by Jacob M. Miller A family history of Noah P. Miller (1858-1918) and Mary Swartzentruber's descendants, this book includes names (all indexed), dates, residences, church affiliations, etc. Noah P. Miller is a descendant of Peter Miller (1756-1818) and Mary Stutzman. (243pp. hardcover. Author, 1987.) $10.75 2081. The Family of Elam Esch Mast and Rebecca Maude Kurtz by Dot Moss Elam Mast (1891-1973) and Rebecca Kurtz (18911969) lived near Morgantown, Pa., where they had ten children, married to: Bollinger, Brown, Jones, Lausch, Martin, Mast, Redcay, Stoltzfus, Weaver. (66pp. illus. Author, 1998.) $12.50 1821. Family of Harry E. Sauder, 1870-1969 by R. Clair Weaver This is the record of the descendants of Harry E. Sauder and Mary Catherine Erb who were married in 1895. They had 14 children and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Also includes lines back to Casper Sauder and Nicholas Erb. (23pp. Author, 1970.) $2.00 1613. The Family of John Ecker and Elizabeth Engel Ecker by Virginia and Newton Poling John Ecker, Sr., was born in 1747 in Chester Co., Pa. He and Elizabeth moved ca1800 to Frederick Co., Md. Because of their relationship to the Crumbacher family (Elizabeth's mother was a Crumbacher), they settled near Windsor and reared a family of seven children there. Frequent surnames in index include Demuth, Ecker, Miller, Naill, Strine, Williar, etc. (53pp. index. illus. Authors, 1995.) $16.75 2997. Family of Peter and Elizabeth (Yoder) Hershberger (1810-2002) by David Miller The Amish-Mennonite Hershberger family descend from Immigrant Christian Hershberger who came to America in 1737 with his family and settled in Berks Co., Pa. This impressive volume covers the descendants of Peter and Elizabeth (Yoder) Hershberger who had four children. Families: Beachy, Bontrager, Burkholder, Byler, Chupp, Coblentz, Gingerich, Hochstetler, Kempf, Lambright, Lee, Lichty, Mast, Miller, Mullett, Petersheim, Raber, Schlabach, Schrock, Schwartz, Shetler, Shrock, Slabaugh, Stutzman, Swartzentruber, Troyer, Wengerd, Yoder, and Zook. (1,100pp. index. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $39.50 (Plus an additional $3.00 postage.) 1783. The Family of Samuel Gross (1749-1831) of Manchester in York County, Pennsylvania by George Paul Gross This history of an early farm family starts with the arrival in America of Samuel's father, Theobald Gross, and is developed through three major branches and one secondary branch, for Samuel's four sons, and through shorter branches for daughters at every generation level. The index contains over 3,000 entries, including names such as Hake, Hoke, Luckenbaugh, Metzger, Miller, Smith, Smyser, and Wilt. (134pp. hardcover. illus. index. Author, 1996.) $26.00 1957. Family Record of Abraham J. Speicher and Catherine B. (Yoder) Speicher and Their Descendants, 1882-1996 by Mary E. Laughman Abraham J. Speicher (1882-1952) was born in Neb., the son of Christian and Barbara (Yoder) Speicher. He had nine children whose descendants have names such as Hostetler, Speicher, Yoder, and Zook. (71pp. index. illus. Author, 1996.) $7.95 1444. Family Record of Amos Jay Miller and Barbara D. (Bontrager) Miller by Verna Yoder Amos (1876-1960) and Barbara (1878-1962) had seven children. Surnames of their descendants include Beechy, Lehman, Miller, Nissley, Yoder, etc. (56pp. index. Author, 1990.) $6.00

102. The Family Record of Daniel J. Schmucker and His Descendants by Owen E. Borkholder Genealogy covering some 1,000 families, all descendants of Daniel J. Schmucker, the son of Jacob and Magdalena (Yoder) Schmucker, and grandson of John and Mary (Klopfenstein) Schmucker. Following the detailed European background, the family of Daniel J. Schmucker is given with children marrying the following families: Borkholder/Burkholder, Hershberger, Hochstetler, Makemson, Schrock, and Yoder. (320pp. Author, 1987.) $15.50 898. Family Record of Jacob B. Reist and Mary Peifer Reist of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania compiled by Mrs. Mary R. Rohrer and Mrs. Roy E. Sauder Jacob Brubacher Reist (1844-1933), a descendant of Peter and Anaclore Boyer Reist, married Mary Peifer in 1865 and raised their family of ten children near Manheim, Pa. The daughters married into these families: Buckwalter, Garber, Landis, Mummau, Hershey, Metzler, Stoner, and Witmer. (118pp. hardcover. illus. Authors, 1979.) $6.00 1867. Family Record of Jonas S. Beachy and Fannie Miller by Ezra Beachy Jonas S. (1860-1952) and Fannie (Miller) Beachy were members of the Old Order Amish Church. They lived in Ohio, Texas, Ind., Iowa, Ill., and Mich. Their twelve children and descendants carry surnames such as Beachy, Bontrager, Gingerich, Miller, Yoder, . . . (177pp. illus. Author.) $5.00 2749. Family Record of Joseph and Elizabeth Horning by Lester G. Weber This is a detailed listing of the descendants of Joseph Gehman Horning (1855-1931) and Elizabeth Good Horning (1852-1937) buried in the Bowmansville Mennonite Cemetery in Lancaster Co., Pa. Their ten children married into the following families: Bowman, Gehman, Good, Musser, Sauder, Shelly, and Weber. (hardcover. Author, 2003.) $20.00 1086. The Family Record of Joseph Y. Kurtz and Descendants by Julia A. Miller and Tura M. Hostetler Over 00 families--all descendants of Joseph Y. Kurtz (1860-191) married to Lizzie S. Yoder (1861900)--are listed in this book. Although most of the book is names and dates, a major section titled "Reliving Bygone Happenings" is a wonderful collection of stories written by family members reminiscing of their parents and grandparents. It is stories like these that help make our ancestors "real people." (70pp. two indexes. Authors, 1993.) $7.50 367. Family Record of Moses and Lavina Horning by Lester G. Weber Moses Musser Horning (1830-1906), a descendant of Bentz Horning, married Lavina Musser Gehman and lived at Bowmansville, Pa. Information on their ancestral lines and their descendants is included as well as church denominations for each descendant. Frequent names in the index are Fox, Horst, Martin, Musser, Nolt, Sensenig, and Zimmerman. (608pp. hardcover. Author, 1988.) $18.00 2832. Family Record of Philip Bawel and Grace Bawel and Their Descendants Philip and Grace Bawel came to America in 1854 and settled in Baltimore, Md. Their son, Henery, joined the Amish Mennonite Church and settled in Mifflin Co., Pa. Henery and Cathern had ten children who married into the following families: Byler, Fisher, Gascho, Kauffman, Peachey, Peight, Yoder, and Zook. (74pp. illus. index. 1986.) $3.00 2915. The Family Record of Samuel B. & Lydia (Weirich) Miller by Wilma Hochstetler and Larry D. Miller The 2,863 descendant families of this Amish couple (1855-2003) appear here with European ancestors, a collection of 80 stories from the families' migrations across America and some old Pa. Dutch songs still sung today. (391pp. index. hardcover. Authors, 2003.) $25.00 1180. Family Record of Solomon S. Beachy and Susie J. (Miller) Beachy, 1855-1993 by Norma Beachy

The Beachy ancestry of Solomon S. Beachy is traced back to Immigrant Peter Bitsche followed by stories and memories related to the 352 families descended from Solomon and Susie Beachy. (203pp. Author, 1993.) $13.35 1702. Family Tree of John Annas Miller: Six Generation Family History by Henry C. Miller John Annas Miller (b. 1752) was the son of Indian John Miller who was shot through the hand during the 1757 Hockstetler Massacre. He married Veronica C. Yoder and they had nine children. This book contains only the names of their descendants, no dates. (75pp. Author, 1992) Also sold with this book is Genealogy Index Family History of John Annas or Indian Miller and Our Ancestors by the same author. Names are arranged according to surnames which include Mast, Miller, Schlabach, Troyer, Yoder, etc. (150pp. hardcover. Author, 1994) (set of two volumes) $14.00 3123. First Farm on the Right b y L o re t t a " J a n e " Stoltzfus This pictorial memory of the George Ernst and Leah Weaver Martin Lehman family is much more than a family history. The events of the author's life at home are weaved throughout the genealogy to provide a rich picture of growing up in the Lehman homestead along the Harrisburg Pike in Lancaster County, Pa. She also writes about the Godly guidance that the children learned from their parents as they also exemplified the word of God daily. (123pp. illus. Author, 2006.) $25.00 2340. The Five Sisters: Our Sechrist Heritage, 17051999 by Mary E. Rutt The five sisters were daughters of Amos (1844-1909) and Sara Elizabeth (Craley) Sechrist who raised their seven children in York Co., Pa. This book lists both their descendants as well as Sechrist ancestry. Frequent names in the index include Burkholder, Gehman, Hursh, Hurst, Martin, Nolt, Rutt, Sensenig, Stauffer, Weaver, Wenger, Zimmerman, etc. (560pp. illus. index. hardcover. Walter Shaub, 2000.) $39.95 2751. The Four Goff Brothers of Western Virginia by Phillip G. Goff and Roy L. Lockhart Four Goff brothers, James, John Turton, Thomas, and Salathiel Goff forged into the western Virginia frontier in the 1770s into what is now Loudoun Co., Va., and Hardy Co., W.Va. Descendants today are disbursed across the U.S. with concentrations in W.Va., Ken., Ind., Iowa, Mo., Ohio, Ill., Kans., Tex., Neb., Md., and Pa., and married the following families: Bolyard, Boyles, Bush, Denny, Hardman, Heck, Moats, Riddle, Springston, Stockwell, Sudduth, and Swetnam. Over 250 Goff grandchildren were born between 1792 and 1861. (401pp. illus. hardcover. Authors, 2003.) $30.00 2050. The Frederick Young Family edited by Marialice Myers Hollinger Beginning with the immigrant family Pierre and Madeline Armingeon, this book traces nine generations of descendants of their third son, Godfrey, born July 8, 1749. Godfrey, known as Fredersick Young, lived and died in Lancaster Co., Pa. Many of the early descendants made their homes in eastern Ohio. Each descendant is numbered to aid in tracing their ancestry and many include biographies, addresses, and phone numbers. Pictures and charts are included as well as an index with names such as Brumbaugh, Bucher, DeLong, Ebie, Kurtz, Myers, Smith, Snyder, Williams, Young, etc. (304pp. hardcover. index. illus. Author, 1998.) $64.00 2309. Fretz Family History, Vol. IV by Franklin Fretz Volume IV of this Fretz Family History does not duplicate the first three volumes but rather adds to them with

additional Fretz history, reunions, lots of photos, map of Fretz landmarks tour, and 8,000+ additional Fretz descendants in the genealogy section. (672pp. index. illus. Fretz Family Assoc., 2000.) $30.00 (Add an extra $1.00 to postage bill.) 3057. From Switzerland to America; The Story of the Schlabachs by Ervin Schlabach Addresses the historical origins and Christian convictions of the Amish and Mennonite Schlabachs in Europe with full-color illustrations. Immigration documents and church records document this heritage. (209pp. illus. hardcover with jacket. Author, 2005.) $16.00 1333. From Troubled Times by Howard E. Krehbiel This grandfather's story tells the true story of Swiss and German families who were forced to leave their homeland because of their faith. This story is based on letters (some given word for word) and other documents based in 1792 and describes his own grandfather to his grandchildren. The grandfather was Peter Krehbiel I forced to leave Switzerland by 1671 and who settled at Weierhof in the Palatinate (Germany) in 1682. (54pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1994.) $6.50 2643. The Gayman/Gehman/Gahman Family With Emphasis on the Daniel Gayman and Anna Landis Family Who Settled in Cumberland County, Pennsylvania by Richard L. Miller Daniel Gayman (ca1771-1849) m. Anna Landis (17741848) lived in Lancaster Co., Pa., before purchasing a 130-acre farm in 1806 in Frankford Twp., Cumberland Co., Pa. Daniel's ancestry is traced back to two Gehman immigrants who were first cousins. Overviews of other major Gayman/Gehman families are also included. Most frequent surnames in this book: Baer, Bowers, Bricker, Hawbaker, Hissong, Heckendorn, Hoover, Landis, Lehman, Meyers, Miller, Myers, Ocker, Rotz, Shope, Stouffer, Thursh, Wenger, and Wingert. (801pp. hardcover. illus. index. Author, 2002.) $40.00 (Plus an extra $2.00 for shipping.) 2084. Gehman Family Directory, Part I: The Descendants of Abraham and Elizabeth (Bechtel) Gehman by Paul F. Gehman This first part of the Gehman Family Directory traces the male descendants of Abraham (b. ca177) and Elizabeth (Bechtel) Gehman, the oldest son of Hereford Twp., Berks Co., Pa., Pioneer Christian Gehman. Other surnames listed in the index include Derstine/Dirstine, Freed, Moyer, Rice, Swartley, Yoder. (118pp. index. illus. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $16.00 2376. Gehman Family Directory, Part II: The Descendants of Johannes "Hannes" (John) and Anna Stauffer Gehman by Paul F. Gehman Contains information on the Gehmans in the U.S. and Switzerland today; the Canadian Gehmans; the Bally Gehman; Berks Co., Pa., Pioneer Christian Gehman (d. 177); and the descendants of Johannes "Hannes" (John) and Anna Stauffer Gehman. Frequent surnames: Bergey, Cassel, Freed, Gehman, Hoffman, Keller, Landis, Lapp, Longacre, Miller, Moyer, Oberholtzer, Stauffer, Updegrove, and Yoder. (118pp. index. illus. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $19.95 2625. Gehman Family Directory, Part III: The Descendants of Jacob and Anna Maria (Fretz) Gehman by Paul F. Gehman Focusing on the Macungie, Lehigh Co., Pa. Gehman families, this book covers the descendants of Jacob Gehman (17-1811) and Anna Maria Fretz (176118) who resided near Seisholtzville, Hereford Twp., Berks Co., Pa. Jacob Gehman was the third son of Christian Gehman who arrived in America in 17. Frequent surnames in their descendants: Butterweck, Dierolf, Fretz, Gehman, Hassler, Heist, Hilbert, Hippenstiel, Johnson, Koch, Lambert, Luckenbach, Miller, Rapp, Renninger, Rosenberger, Schantz, Schultz, Smith, Snyder, Taylor, Wilke, and Ziegler. (102pp. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $23.00

2954. Gehman Family Directory, Part IV: The Descendants of Isaac and Elizabeth Gayman by Paul F. Gehman Isaac Gayman/Gehman (1755-1819) and his wife, Elizabeth, are bu. in Northumberland Co., Pa. They had four children: John Jacob (1789-1845) of Dauphin Co., Pa.; Carl/Charles (1792-1816); Elizabeth (b. 1799) m. Andrew Ryan, Sr., of Dauphin Co., Pa.; and Leah (ca1802-1879). This book gives the history and genealogy of these descendants. Isaac was the eleventh child of Christian and Magdalena Gehman of Berks Co., Pa. (66pp. index. Author, 2004.) $16.99 609. A Genealogical History of the Cassel Family in America Being the Descendants of Julius Kassel or Yelles Cassel of Kriesheim, Baden, Germany by Daniel Kolb Cassel A renowned Mennonite preacher in the Palatinate, Yelles or Julius Cassel was born before 1618 and died ca1681. His son Johannes settled at Germantown, Pa., in 1686. This book gives his descendants and also contains biographies of prominent descendants. (465pp. hardcover. index. Selby Pub., 1989, reprint of 1896 edition.) $35.00 1416. A Genealogical History of the Detweiler, Detwiler Family by Elizabeth A. Smith Part I of the history of the Detweilers in Montgomery Co., Pa., covers the four generations of descendants of Hans and Susanna Detweiler. Part II covers the descendants of the thirteen children of Johannes and Anna (Reiff) Detweiler who had names such as Cassel, Conner, Kolb, Landes, Longacre, etc. (774pp. index. illus. hardcover. Fam. Hist. Pub., 1993.) $40.00 (Add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 2185. The Genealogical History of the Stoltzfus Family in America, 1717-1972 by Wilmer D. Swope This booklet contains interesting family facts of the Jonathon and Lydia (Esh) Stoltzfus family of Buffalo Valley, Pa. (55pp. illus. 1972.) $6.50 1386. Genealogical Record of Reverend Hans Herr and His Direct Lineal Descendants by Theodore Herr Reprint of the 1908 edition with a 15-page appendix of "Corrections and Supplemental Data to the Families of the Herr Brothers and Their Children to No. 38," by Dr. Philip E. Bedient, plus an up-to-date survey of sources of conflicting information. A short historical introduction on the Herr family precedes the major body of the book covering Herr descendants for ten generations to 1908. Families: Bachman, Bowman, Brackbill, Brenneman, Brubaker, Carpenter, Eshleman, Funk, Good, Groff, Hershey, Hess, Kauffman, Martin, Miller, Neff, Rohrer, Shenk, and Weaver. Index to the Genealogical Record of Reverend Hans Herr and His Direct Lineal Descendants (#1346) sells for $12.50. (800pp. hardcover. LMHS, 1994.) $30.00 (Add an extra $1.00 to postage bill.) 2051. A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Christian and Hans Meyer and Other Pioneers . . . ("Moyer Family History") by Rev. A. J. Fretz Christian Meyer settled in Montgomery Co., Pa., and died ca171. He and his wife Barbara had six children. Familes: Clymer, Detwiler, Fretz, Funk, Hunsberger, Meyer, Moyer, Myers, Shelly, and Wismer. (639pp. index. hardcover. illus. Fretz Family Assoc., 1998 reprint of 1896 ed.) $30.00 1182. A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Henry Stauffer and Other Stauffer Pioneers by Rev. A. J. Fretz Historical and biographical sketches and illustrated with portraits. Familes: Fretz, Haldeman, Kratz, Stover, Strawn, Troemner, Walton, Yost, etc. (371pp. illus. hardcover. 1993 repr. of 1899 ed.) $37.00 2571. Genealogy and More: The Family Story of Christian Zimmerman Martin (1893-1961) and Alva Mabel Myer (1892-1942) by Grace Elizabeth Garber Martin The first nine pages list the seven generations of C. Z. Martin's Martin ancestral line. He and his wife raised ten children in Lancaster Co., Pa. Read about his life as a minister at the Columbia Mennonite Mission. Frequent names in the index include Herr, Martin,

Smucker, Weaver, Zimmerman, etc. (63pp. illus. index. Author, 2001.) $10.00 104. The Genealogy of Henry and Froenika Neuschwanger Who Arrived in North America From Germany in 1846 by Weldon D. and Barbara L. Neuschwanger Organized through the sixth generation, this book contains family group sheets, documents, obituaries, pictures, etc. Also included are the descendants of Abraham and Elizabeth (Doney) Shellenberger, Diener, Ebersole, Graybill, Lapp, Miller, Yoder, Zook. (580pp. Author, 1988.) $25.00 (Add an extra $1.00 to postage bill.) 1142. Genealogy Record of David M. Mast & Elizabeth K. Stoltzfus by Virginia M. Hertzler This Mast family history was compiled by a descendant of David Miller Mast (1868-197) married to Elizabeth K. Stoltzfus. All of their descendants' names, birth and death dates, spouse's name, church, occupation, parents' names, and other tidbits are here for the following surnames: Good, Graybill, Hertzler, Horning, King, Kniss, Longenecker, Martin, Otto, Rohrer, Sensenig, Stoltzfus, Swartley, Weaver, Yoder. (41pp. Author, 1993.) $6.25 1826. George C. Deeter, Sturdy Pioneer, Whitley County, Indiana; Descendant of Abraham and Elizabeth Shively Deeter of "Dry Barrons" Morrisons Cove, Bedford County, Pennsylvania by George W. Deeter The author is a grandson of George C. Deeter (18019) and here records a memorable record of this Deeter family. George, the son of Daniel and Anna (Bollinger) Deeter, grew up in Darke Co., Ohio, and moved to Whitley Co., Ind., as an early pioneer. (62pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $14.95 105. George F. Roupp Freündschaft by Paul E. Roupp George F. Roupp (18-190) emigrated from Germany in 18, along with his widowed mother and six brothers and sisters. In 1878 they moved from Pa. to Turner Co., Dakota Territory, where George was the first house schoolteacher for the German Russian Mennonites. In 1891 the Roupps moved to McPherson Co., Kan., and in 1898, to Harvey Co., Kan. (151pp. index. illus. Author, 1986.) $20.75 1418. The Glattfelders in America: The Descendants of Two Brothers, Johan Peter and Casper Glattfelder; and Their Uncle, Hans Heinrich; and Others by Don and Jeanine Hartman This genealogy begins with Felix Glattfelder, Sr. (16-1709) of Switzerland. Frequent names in index: Clodfelder/Clodfelter, Eyster, Folckommer, Gladfelter, Hamme, Hovis, Koontz, and Shoaf. (498pp. index. hardcover. Family Hart, 1993) $45.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 1754. Glaube, Hoffnung, und Liebe--Faith, Hope, and Love by Gary Good A true story of faith, hope, and love that truly abounds in this illustrated history of the following families, all with roots in the small town of Eich, Germany: Fox/Fuchs, Mink/ Münk, Reich, Rüßler/Rissler, and Seibel. It is appropriate that this book is published now--10 years after the founding of the Pike Mennonite Church in Lancaster Co., Pa. (166pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 1996.) $9.95 1337. Goldner Ancestors by Richard D. and Kathryn A. Hott The Guldner/Goldner family is traced in this family history as they settled in 17 on the south side of the Blue Mountains in Lehigh Co., Pa., and as they move to Northampton and Carbon Cos. in Pa. and then westward. The eight Goldner children of Immigrant Hans Jacob Goldner (1710-1777-81) married the following families: Gingel, Herter, Kunkel, Lorentz, and Seip. (193pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1983.) $25.00

2422. The Greiders of the Chiques Valley: Ancestors and Descendants of Michael Greider (c. 1755-1802), Martin Greider (c. 1761-1822), John Greider (c. 1764-1830), and Jacob Greider (c. 1766-1802) of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Donald M. Grider This history begins with Immigrant Michael Greider who occupied land near the present-day city of Lancaster, Pa., ca1722/23 and whose descendants settled in what became East and West Hempfield and Rapho Twps. The spelling of the surname Greider was changed in some families to Grider, Kreider, or Kreiter. Families: Baer, Brubacher, Charles, Harnish, Herr, Landis, Musser, Nissley, Snavely, Stauffer, etc. (565pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $50.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 2663. The Groff Book, Volume 1 by Clyde L. Groff, Walter B. Groff, and Jane Evans Best There were seven Hans Groffs who lived and died prior to 1760 in what is now Lancaster County, which is really difficult to convince researchers that their line is not necessarily the line of Hans Groff of Earl-176. Many of the relationships are, of necessity, based on the circumstantial evidence and should be considered as clues, not proof. (433pp. index. illus. hardcover. Groff History Assoc., 1985.) $65.00 1828. The Groff Book, Volume 2: A Continuing Saga by Jane Evans Best This second volume connects as accurately as possible the first five generations of Pennsylvania Groff families in The Groff Book: Volume 1: A Good Life in a New Land to the generations of these families who lived in Europe before coming to North America, and also to generations of these families living today. Briefly outlines six related families including Bär, Gutt, Herr, and Meyer. The first three generations have been repeated in Volume 2, and the fourth and fifth generations are included where there were additions or corrections, or to provide continuity to the present. (278pp. index. illus. hardcover. Groff Hist. Assoc., 1997.) $30.00 1222. The Growing Generation of Jacob M. Miller, 1869-1992 by Ella J. Miller Jacob Miller's father left Somerset Co., Pa., for LaGrange Co., Ind., ca186. Here are ancestral charts for Jacob and his wife, Polly Troyer, who had six children. Surnames of their descendants, predominantly Amish, include Lehman, Mast, Miller, and Yoder. (76pp. index. Author, 1993.) $8.25 2806. The Grumbackers and Related Families of Sumiswald, Bern, Canton, Switzerland by Robert L. Crumbaker Hans Grumbacher (1708-1744) arrived in America in 1733 and settled in East Coventry Twp., Chester Co., Pa. This genealogy record traces Hans' ancestry in Switzerland to the 1500s. Other early Swiss families: Aeschbacher, Burkhart, Gehman/Goumann, Gungerich, Luthi, Niederhauser, Oberli, Pfister, Reist, Rufenacht, Schuerch, Walti, Wymann, and Wysler. (60pp. illus. Virginia Poling, 2004.) $19.95 2738. Hammerstädt/Hamstead Descendants by Norma Hamstead Obier This exhaustive family history illustrated with a variety of old family photos begins with Johannes Hammerstädt of Kurhessen, Germany. The book covers many of the descendants of his son, Johannes (1775-1837) m. Maria Elisabeth Seim. Common surnames include: Arbogast, Burgess, Cosner, Cunnington, Evans, Fike, Hammerstädt, Hamstead, Hesse, Johnson, Judy, Martin, Muntzing, Williams, and Woods. (362pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2003.) $30.00 88. The Hans Crumbacker Family, 1733-1800 by Virginia S. Poling and Newton L. Poling The story of the German Baptist Brethren Crumbacker family from 1733 when Hans Crumbacker landed in Philadelphia, Pa., to about 1800. Five of his children moved to Frederick Co., Md., and two stayed in Chester Co., Pa. Revised edition of 1988 book. (32pp. Authors, 1996.) $16.75 2054. Hans George Fulk and Jacob Seiler Family Workbook by John H. Stangarone, Sr., and Stewart R. Saylor

This genealogy in outline format traces the four Somerset Co., Pa., siblings that married Saylor siblings between 1814 and 1818. The workbook format is designed to assist the reader in diagramming family relationships. Surnames: Livengood, Maust, Miller, Smith. (241pp. index. Author, 1997.) $20.00 2861. A Helping Hand; The Story of the Amos B. and Anna (Hoover) Sauder Family by Paul E. Groff This well-illustrated family history is truly a compliment to the Sauder family and is certain to be treasured. Amos B. Sauder (187-19) and Anna N. Hoover (1876-1916) had eight children who married into the following families: Bersole, Groff, High, Reist, and Weaver. Two chapters on the Sauder and Hoover ancestors are helpful. (160pp. illus. index. Author, 2004.) $20.00 1706. The Henckel-Teter (Dieter) Connection by Kenneth F. Moist This genealogy and family history shows the close relationship of the Henckel and Teter families in early America. Rev. Anthony Jacob Henckel emigrated to America in 1717 and died in 178 near Germantown. Early history on this family and descendants is covered, followed by data on the Johann Georg Dieter family. They arrived in Pa. in 177. (154pp. illus. index. Author, 1996.) $14.95 1023. Henrich and Maria Clemmer of Franconia, Pennsylvania by Abram L. Clemmer and edited by Arlan Clemmer and Jorene Clemmer Henrich Clemmer arrived in Pa. in 170 and settled in Franconia where he was instrumental in the beginning of the Franconia Mennonite Church. He had nine children and this book traces his descendants to about 19. Some 7,000 names are included. (472pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1992.) $35.00 2574. Henry and Ella Stoner Groff Family by Paul E. Groff Lavishly illustrated, this history is about the family of Henry Snavely Groff (188-198) who married Ella Snyder Stoner. They lived near Ephrata, Lancaster Co., Pa., and were buried at Metzler Mennonite Cem. With much storytelling, the author relates this couple's ancestors as well as their descendants. Frequent names in the index include Groff, Landis, Martin, Sauder, Stoner, Wenger, Zimmerman. (92pp. illus. index. Author, 2001.) $13.50 1223. Henry and Susanna Rudisill Hursh, Their Ancestors and Descendants Many stories, documents, remembrances, and letters from descendants of Henry and Susanna (Rudisill) Hursh accompany the dates and names of this genealogy of their descendants. Henry was a son of Peter Hursh who came to Pa. in 1731 with his brothers, Joseph and Michael, and his mother, Barbara. (161pp. illus. hardcover. Hursh/Horst/Hurst Family Organization, 1994.) $30.00 2691. Herber-Hallman Roots and Branches by Helen Ummel Harness Although concentrating on Herber and Hallman families, this book also traces connecting families to ancestors--a wonderful source for anyone with the following surnames in their ancestry: Becker, Bergey, Bürki, Clemens, Clemmer, Detweiler, Gotwals, Hallman, Harley, Herber, Hiestand, Hunsberger, Meyer, Reiff, Sellen, and Tyson. (225pp. illus. index. Author, 2003.) $28.00 611. Hershey Family History compiled by Henry Hershey This contains genealogical information on the descendants of third-generation Jacob Hershey (1742-1825) who lived in Dauphin Co., Pa., and later moved to Lancaster Co., Pa. A brief biographical sketch of Andrew Hershey (1702-1792) includes a copy of his will. Brackbill, Groff, Kreider, Ranck, Weaver, . . . (291pp. hardcover. Selby Pub., 1989 reprint of 1929 edition) $29.00 1456. Hershey, Huber, Hoover, Lyle, Floyd, Park, Gregerson 1680-1986 by Merle W. Gregerson The author's mother, Winifred Fern Ensign, was adopted and did not learn of her natural parents until 1940. At that time, she pursued her natural line and found

the information in this booklet. It follows the Hershey family from Andrew Hershey (b. 1702 in Appenzell, Switzerland), who came to America in 1719, until the 1900s. In addition to vital data are selected biographical sketches of individual family members, including the migration of Christian Hershey of Lancaster, Pa., and the Kurtz, Breneman, Hoover, and Eby families to Iowa. (20pp. Author, 1987.) $5.50 422. The Hertzler-Hartzler Family History by Silas Hertzler A welcomed reprint, this standard Amish and Mennonite genealogy traces 8,77 families descended from 170 Immigrant Jacob Hertzler of Berks Co., Pa. (773pp. hardcover. Selby Pub., 1989 reprint of 1952 edition.) $49.00 1343. Higgins Ancestors by Richard D. and Kathryn A. Hott John Higgins lived in Scioto Co., Ohio, and Wells Co., Ind. The Ditzler family is traced to Adams Co., Pa., the Brickley family to Berks and Perry Cos., Pa., and to Immigrant Thones Kunder/Conard/Kunders who came to Germantown, Pa., in 168. Also the Chalfont, Hafflich, Haverstock, and Wolfcale families. (228pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1985.) $25.00 2275. History and Descendants of Eli A. Troyer and Mary M. Miller 1868-1997 by David E. Miller The descendants of Eli Troyer (1868-1938) and Miller (1872-1947) of Apple Creek, Ohio, are recorded here with brief histories of the Troyer ancestry dating to Immigrant Michael Troyer and Mary Miller's ancestry. Frequent surnames are Byler, Gingerich, Hershberger, Nisley, Swartzentruber, Wengerd, Yoder, Zook, and others. (234pp. hardcover. index. Carlisle Pr., 1998.) $14.00 108. History and Descendants of Josiah Martin and Sarah Clemmer Illustrated genealogy of Josiah Martin (1845-1918) who lived in Waterloo Co., Ont., and later in Osceola Co., Ia., and South Haven, Mich. Includes two chapters on David Martin, 1727 immigrant to Lancaster Co., Pa., written by Ira D. Landis and Ezra Martin. (75pp. 1988.) $6.00 1619. History and Descendants of the William H. and Lydia G. Weaver Family by Anna Weaver Reed and Virginia Weaver Martin William Weaver (1874-1930) married Lydia Good (1877-1973) and they raised eight children. William was a schoolteacher and his family lived north of Churchtown, Lancaster Co., Pa. Read about their ancestors: Benjamin W. Weaver, Michael Witwer, Henry Weber. Descendants have surnames such as Gehman, Martin, Newswanger, Reed, Weaver, etc. (141pp. illus. Authors, 1995.) $9.00 374. History and Genealogy of Jacob M. Horst and Magdalena Weaver by Carolyn Horst Brubaker Contains an informative section on the European background and immigration of the Horst family by Clarke E. Hess. Ancestral history begins with Joseph Horst (1723-1804), the European immigrant, and also contains ancestral charts for Jacob and Magdalena Horst. The genealogy contains all known descendants of Jacob and Magdalena Horst. (143pp. hardcover. Author, 1985.) $15.75 375. History and Genealogy of the Brubaker, Brubacher, Brewbaker Family in America, Vol. I by Phares Brubaker Gibble The "first" book every Brubaker descendant and researcher should add to his library, this book is an encyclopedia of all the main branches of Brubakers for several generations. An index is also available under Index to History and Genealogy of the Brubaker, Brubacher, . . . (#718). (93pp. Eastern Pa. Brubakers, 1979 reprint.) $13.50 462. History of Abram D. Heatwole of Rocky Hollow by Sandra G. Heatwole An interesting account of Abram D. and Lydia Heatwole and their descendants of Shenandoah Valley, Va. The Heatwoles are traced back to 1615 in Germany. (109pp. illus. Author, 1988.) $35.00 1344. History of the Annual Reunions of the Hertzler-Hartzler Family by Leon E. Hertzler The Hertzler-Hartzler Family Reunion met for 70 years

from 1924-1994 with three years off over WWII. This illustrated history depicts many of the Reunion's activities; all the leaders' names; a separate chapter on "The Northkill Amish Burial Ground at the Hertzler Homestead, Hamburg, Pa.," where Immigrant Jacob Hertzler (first Amish-Mennonite bishop in America) is buried; and two songs written by J. W. Yoder. (38pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1994.) $5.00 2804. A History of the Christian Raber Family by Merrill and Boots Raber Featuring six generations of Rabers, this book begins with Christian Raber (b. 1730) m. Anne Adam who lived in France. Their grandson, Christian Raber (1784-1848) and family came to America in 1837 and settled in Hamilton Co., Ohio. This historical narrative accompanied by numerous pictures is a wonderful combination of genealogy and history! (215pp. illus. Authors, 2004.) $25.00 495. History of the Descendants of Abraham Beery by Joseph H. Wenger This reprint covers Abraham Beery's descendants through six generations. Abraham was born in 1718 and emigrated in 1736 from Switzerland to Pa. (328pp. hardcover. Selby Pub., 1905, reprint 1989.) $32.00 491. A History of the Descendants of Abraham Breneman by Charles D. Breneman This reprint covers Abraham Breneman's descendants through seven generations. Abraham Breneman was born in Lancaster Co., Pa., in 1744, and settled near Edom, Rockingham Co., Va., about 1770. (566pp. hardcover. index. Selby Pub., 1939, repr. 1992.) $38.00 3027. History of the Family of Andrew Borntrager (ca1752-1798) by Herbert J. Hostetler Andrew Borntrager is the son of 1767 Immigrant Johann Martin Bornträger (1723-ca1768) who was born in Germany and came to America with several young children and a wife who died enroute over the ocean. The stories shared in this family history precede the genealogy of descendants who married into the following families: Greybill, Longstreet, Pefley, and Spitler. (114pp. illus. index. Author, 2005.) $11.00 1146. History of the Freed Family by Isaac G. Freed This 1919 history of the Freed family is now republished with a helpful every-name index. Paul, John, and Paul Freed, Jr., arrived in Philadelphia, Pa., ca1727. Frequent names include Bergey, Freed, Landis, Moyer, Smith, Stover, and Yoder. (159pp. Adams Apple Press, 1991.) $20.00 463. History of the John High Family of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Levi High John High (1769-1823) and Elizabeth Brown (17671855) married and had twelve children. The Highs came from Switzerland to Clement, Chester Co., Pa., and then moved to Sorelhorse. Eight generations of their descendants include surnames: Eberly, Martin, Newswanger, Weaver, and Zimmerman. (211pp. index. spiral. Author, 1996.) $12.00 1095. History of the Lambert Family From Jugenheim in Rheinhessen by Christene Lambert Bertram The purpose of this book was to make available Lambert family information from the records of the Evangelical Church in Jugenheim in Rheinhessen, West Germany, from 1700 to 1829. Other records are also included. Frequent names found in the book are Baker/Becker, Beydler, Diel, Grabill, Hall, Larrick, Smith, Trout, Wendel, and Yager. (248pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1993.) $34.00 2055. Hochstetler, Update Vol. I by John R. Showalter This volume updates and corrects Rev. Harvey Hostetler's two famous family histories: Descendants of Jacob Hochstetler (#96) and Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler and Christian Stutzman (#93). It is ideally used in conjunction with them. More than 10,000 families or individuals from the original books are updated with the help of 100 researchers. It is fully cited with over 10,000 footnotes, and the index contains entries for each spouse and named child (over 22,000 entries), but not for parents of spouses. Over 3,000 Miller and 2,000 Yoder entries. (1,350pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1998.) $29.00 (Please add an additional $2.00 to postage bill.)

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2665. A Homeland Tour of Valentine, Peter, and Daniel Espenschied and Their Forefathers by Samuel E. Wenger With some early European history, the Espenshade family emphasized here settled in Dauphin Co., Pa. Valentine (Felty) and Elizabeth Espenshade and their descendants appear in Part I. Part II covers the descendants of Peter and Daniel Esbenshade who settled in Strasburg, Pa. Surnames: Brubaker, Eby, Herr, Lantz, Leaman, LeFevre, Weaver, and Winters. (140pp. Author, 2002.) $15.00 1283. Hoover--Three Generations From Washington County, Maryland, to Rockingham County, Virginia by Joanne and Kenneth Hoover The John Hoover covered in this book was one of the first Mennonites to settle near Ringgold in Washington Co., Md. His home was a place of worship for those who formed what was to later become Stouffer's Mennonite Church. The book concludes with his grandson Christian who built the Newcomer Chapel of the United Brethren in Christ Church in Bridgewater, Va. Early data from primary sources regarding their land transactions make this monograph useful for anyone with ancestry in these areas as well as families of Gehr, Grossnickle, Harbaugh, Harsham, Hoffman, Mentzer, Shank, Spessard, Sprenkel, Stauffer, Stotler, Tomes, Welty, . . . (30pp. illus. Authors, 1994.) $10.00 911. The Huber-Hoover Family History by Harry M. Hoover Anyone with Huber or Hoover ancestry can probably trace their roots to Immigrant Hans Huber who is thought to have arrived in Lancaster Co., Pa., in 1710. Hans Hoober, as he signed his will, died in 1750 and is buried at Groffdale, Pa. Many of his descendants (some traced through eleven generations) are listed in this reprint of the 1928 edition. Frequent surnames: Basehoar, Bear, Bowman, Brackbill, Brubaker, Burkholder, Bushong, Eby, Horst, Martin, Myers, Sensenig, Wenger, and Zimmerman. (335pp. illus. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1992 reprint of 1928 edition.) $14.00 1059. The Huber-Hoover Family History Index compiled by Jerri Lynn Burket This every-name index was compiled from Harry M. Hoover's The Huber-Hoover Family History printed in 198 and reprinted in 199. This will certainly make the names in this book more accessible. See #911 above. (96pp. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1993.) $9.95 1663. The Hunsbergers by George Hunsberger Mennonite brothers Hans, Jacob, and Ulrich Hunsperger settled in Franconia, Montgomery Co., Pa., in 171. Another unrelated immigrant, Peter Hansberger, settled in Dauphin Co., Pa., in 177. Covers Hunsberger families whose ancestors cannot be traced to the four known immigrants. Two volumes plus an index of 8,000 names. (1,779pp. illus. hardcover. 3 vols. Gateway Press, 1995.) $112.00 (plus an additional $3.00 for shipping) 109. I Shall Pass Through This World But Once: A Genealogy of the Enos M. Yoder Family by Alice Schlabach and Martha Schlabach Enos M. Yoder (1883-1966) married Anna Beachy as his second wife. Anna did a splendid job of writing circle letters and keeping records. Her diary begins in 1925 and continues to 1978. (251pp. Pilgrim Publishers, 1986.) $11.75 2056. Iams of America: Landed Gentry of Maryland: Patriots, Pioneers, and Successful Americans edited by Ralph D. Reynolds, M.D. A complete family genealogy of the 17th-century landed gentry of Maryland, William Eyoms, is known to also have his name spelled as Iam and Ijams. Many more variations have also appeared through the generations with "Iams" as the most popular, likely due to the popularity of the Iams Pet Food. (581pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $39.95 2743. Index of Unnumbered Persons in Rev. Harvey Hostetler's Descendants of Barbara Hochstedler and Christian Stutzman by John R. Showalter Invaluable tool to those researching the descendants of Barbara Hochstedler and Christian Stutzman. In the original work, families were given numbers, although

thousands of children and unmarried adults were never numbered nor indexed. This index covers those individuals not previously published. (310pp. Author, 2003.) $11.00 110. Index to Bishop Jacob Hertzler and His Family by Ken J. Heeter Every-name index of Paul V. Hostetler's book, Bishop Jacob Hertzler and His Family, published 1976. (6pp. Indexed in 1986.) $3.00 718. Index to History and Genealogy of the Brubaker, Brubacher, Brewbaker Family in America, Vol. I compiled by Ruth S. Becker Every-name index of Phares Brubaker Gibble's History and Genealogy of the Brubaker, Brubacher, Brewbaker Family in America, Vol. I, reprinted 1979. (22pp. East. Pa. Brubaker Assoc., 1978.) $6.75 1346. Index to the Genealogical Records of Reverend Hans Herr and His Direct Lineal Descendants by Theodore W. Herr The so-called "Herr Book" by Theodore W. Herr first printed in 1908 on 791 pages now has a completely new every-name index which is almost three times the size of the index in the first edition which listed only blood descendants of Hans Herr (1639-1725). All spouses' names and their parents' names are indexed. (125pp. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1994.) $12.50 2863. Index to the Mast Family History compiled by Jerri Lynn Burkett This every-name index to the 1911 Mast Family History by C. Z. Mast, was compiled because the original book's index was not complete. Researchers using the first book missed connections because persons were not included in the first index. Reprinted in 1989, this 825-page book (#382) sells for $35.00. (96pp. Masthof Press, 2004.) $5.95 111. Index to the Three Zug (Zook) Brothers of 1742 and Their Male Descendants to 1850 by Ken J. Heeter Every-name index of Paul V. Hostetler's book, The Three Zug (Zook) Brothers of 1742, published in 1982. This index also contains the 1768 Amish almsbook which is included in Hostetler's volume. (12pp. indexed in 1984.) $3.00 1964. Jacob A. Martin, His Ancestors and Descendants by Paul H. Martin This Martin genealogy begins with Christian Martin (1669-1762) and covers the author's visit to Eriswil, Switzerland, where the Martins lived before emigrating to the Kraichgau in Germany and later coming to America. The author traces his Martin ancestry as they lived in Europe and then emigrated to Pa. where they settled in Lancaster Co. and Franklin Co. Surnames: Clemmer, Comer, Eby, Frey, Hackman, Horst, Martin, Moyers, and Stoltzfus. (67pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1997.) $9.95 2057. Jacob and Justina: Pilgrims--The Odyssey of a Family by Carl E. Hansen The author shares a touching story of his maternal grandparents, Jacob and Justina Friesen, through the sufferings of war and famine in Russia to their hard toil in forcing a living out of the dust bowl soil of western Canada during the "dirty thirties." Jacob Friesen (1898-1985) and Justina Warkentin (1896-1967) had fourteen children who intermarried with Biehn, Broadfoot, Derbecker, Derstine, Dyck, Grove, Hansen, Roth, Visser, and Weber. (202pp. illus. index. Author, 1998.) $13.95 2583. Jacob J. Dyck Am Trakt to America; Sixty Years of Silence by D. Frederick Dyck and Alice Sitler Dyck Published in two parts, the first part gives the history and genealogy of the descendants of Jacob J. Dyck and Marie G. Harder. Jacob J. Dyck was born in 1881 in Russia and left in 1907 for Kansas. Claassen and Harder family history is also included. Part II tells what happened to those persons who remained in Russia--stories of contacts made after sixty years of silence; stories of slave labor camps; old photos of families, homes, and churches. Maps and graphs enhance the history of each family. There are even color photos of family heirlooms, some brought from West Prussia. (390pp. illus. 2000.) $35.00

3108. The Jacob Mast Family in Salisbury Township by Anna Skiles and Joan Lorenz Jacob Mast (1738-1808) and Magdalene Holly had a grandson, Jacob (1801-1892), the first child of Christian Mast, who m. Fanny Reeser in 1822 and lived in Salisbury Twp. north of Cains in Lancaster Co., Pa. Genealogy charts, maps, and photos tell the story of this farm where descendants lived today. #3 of occasional Historical Papers. (18pp. illus. Hist. Soc. of Salisbury Twp., 2006.) $4.00 2715. The Jacob S. Kurtz Family by Lydia Kurtz Baer Family history and genealogy of Jacob S. Kurtz (18681923) married to Lydia Mast (1870-1961). Includes ancestors and descendants. Common surnames: Mast, Kauffman, Smoker, and Beiler. (67pp. illus. index. Park View Press, 1981.) $2.00 2090. Jacob Siemens Family Since 1685 by Elma Schemenauer This book explores the ancestry of Jacob Siemens, born in 1862 in the Mennonite settlement of Chortitza, Ukraine. Early Mennonite surnames included are: Bergman, Dyck, Enns, Friesen, Janzen, Neufeld, Sawatzky, and more. Altogether there are about 800 people in the book. (200pp. illus. index. Farland Pr., 1998.) $27.75 1506. The Jeremiah H. Piper (1856-1928) Family by Kathryn M. Piper Witmer and Richard L. Miller The Pipers from Franklin Co., Pa., married into the following families: Baker, Calderilla, Morrison, Myers, Richardson, Shearer, White, Wingert, Witmer, and Yundt. (58pp. illus. index. Authors, 1995.) $16.00 667. Joachim Nagel and His Descendants by Marion Nagle Rhoads and Janet Snyder Welsh This Nagel family history contains data on over 2,550 descendants of Joachim and Catharine (Geiss) Nagel who emigrated from Germany in 1749. The family settled in present Berks Co., Pa. Much more than just names and dates, there is also biographical information on each family, especially for the earlier generations. Nineteen Nagel ancestral charts. (295pp. index. hardcover. Authors, 1990.) $30.00 2278. The Joe and Phoebe Roth Gascho Story by Joseph A. Gascho The first part of this book contains the story of Joe and Phoebe Gascho, married in 1998 in Milford, Neb., and their seven children. The Gascho ancestors came to the midwest (Ill.) from Germany in the mid-1800s. More than 30 pictures and illustrations add to this unique family history. Surnames indexed include Birkey, Eigsti, King, Lauber, Unzicerk, Wagner, and Zimmerman. (95pp. illus. index. Gascho Books, 1995.) $10.00 1924. Joel B. Miller History by The Joel B. Miller Reunion Committee Includes "The Miller Story" by Alta Elizabeth Schrock and "The Joel B. Miller (1811-85) and Catherine Brenneman (1813-70) Genealogy" by Ada Maust. Joel Miller was an Amish bishop who lived at Grantsville, Md. His descendants have surnames: Beachy, Beitzel, Bender, Brenneman, Eichorn, Fisher, Hershberger, Hostetler, Kinsinger, Martin, Maust, Miller, Orendorf, Peachey, Schrock, Shetler, Stutzman, Swartzendruber, Tice, Warfel, Weaver, Yoder, Zook. (514pp. illus. index. hardcover. J. Miller, 1997.) $20.00 3102. The Joh. Georg and Eva Harter Family--250 Years in the United States by Robert D. Harter Johan Georg and Eva Harter of Frederick Co., Md., had 11 children and are thought to have come to America in 179. This impressive reference set on the Harter family traces descendants beginning with the oldest son, Christian Harter (17-18) who d. in Preble Co., Ohio. Surnames: Arthur, Barnhart, Bookwalter, Brower, Brubaker, Campbell, Clark, Deardorff, Eller, Flora, Goodykoontz, Harmon, Harter, Johnson, Knowles, Lesh, Mikesell, Miles, Miller, Ray, Replogle, Shively, Skiles, Smith, Weddle, and Wolf. (2 volumes. index. illus. Author, 2006.) $88.00 plus $3.00 extra shipping 2091. Johann Jacob Klahr of Grossbundenbach, Germany, and Berks County, Pennsylvania, and

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Some of His Descendants by Rex O. Matthews This family history on the Klahr/Klar family who were Swiss immigrants provides European background, but emphasizes 1752 Immigrant Johann Jacob Klahr who settled in Berks Co., Pa., where he first purchased land in 1756. Some surnames include: Bashore, Beck, Becker, Hughes, Klahr, Klinger, Lengle, Miller, Moyer, Myers, Peiffer, Sausser, and Shouse. (208pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $10.00 79. And Johannes Begat Christian, The Descendants of Johannes and Christian Frey of Franklin County, Pennsylvania by Constance Cordell An interesting family history with lots of photos (many of them old) that gives the story of the Freys, concentrating on the descendants of Christian Frey, Sr. (1785-1873), son of Johannes and Anna (Kendig) Frey, who moved to Franklin Co., Pa., in the 1790s. Christian Frey, Sr., first married Maria Oberholzer and second Anna Martin Schwartz. Their children married into the Ebersole, Lehman, and Long families. (155pp. illus. index. Author, 1985.) $10.00 377. John Burkhart Family History, 1747-1985 by Raymond N. Ulrich Family history of immigrant Jacob Burkhart (17471821) m. Mary Hershey with children married: Copas, Detweiler, Good, High, Leaman, and Sauder. (565+pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1985.) $18.00 1390. John Crumbacker, Son of Hans Crumbacker and Eve Filler Crumbacker of Loudon County, Virginia, and Their Descendants by Virginia and Newton Poling The first in a series of books about the children of Hans Crumbacker of Chester Co., Pa., who moved to Frederick Co., Md., in the 1760s-1770s. John and Eve Crumbacker moved to Loudon Co., Va., ca1786. Their children moved to Ohio, Ill., Nebr., and Iowa. (119pp. illus. Authors, revised 1997.) $18.00 3019. John D. Hochstetler and Jemima Detweiler Family History, 1904-1994 by Lydia Ann Miller John D. Hochstetler (1877-1971) was the son of Daniel M. and Magdalena (Schlabach) Hochstetler of Nappanee, Indiana. This book covers the descendants of John D. married to Jemima Detweiler (1882-1962). Their thirteen children married into the following families: Burkholder, Glick, Hochstetler, Kuhns, Miller, Schmucker, Schwartz, and Troyer. (74pp. index. hardcover. Author.) $10.00 2092. Joseph and Elizabeth: A Sourcebook: The Lives and Ancestry of Joseph Shellenberger Shoemaker (1854-1936) and Elizabeth Sechrist Brubaker (1856-1931) by Robert Kreider, Jakob Miller, and Eileen Roth From 1895 to 1925 Joseph Shoemaker was a major leader in the Mennonite Church as bishop, conference moderator, writer, mission board secretary, chair of the publication board, hymn writer, evangelist, and perhaps the most widely traveled Mennonite leader of his day. Shoemaker, Shellenberger, and Brubaker families as well as Joseph's family. (145pp. illus. Shoemaker Fam. Assoc., 1998.) $30.00 1625. A Journal of Bygone Years: History of the Huyards by David E. Huyard Amishman David Huyard (1907-1989) tells the story of his family, beginning with his great-grandfather Samuel Huyett of Lancaster Co., Pa. Samuel's grandson, David's father, Isaac Huyard, grew up in the Lutheran faith and worked in an Amish community. He married Mary Zook in 1891. (51pp. illus. Grace Press, 1995.) $5.00 1508. Kaufman-Kauffman: The House of Maidencreek by Frank Llewellyn Kaufman and Odette J. Mordant Kaufman Anne Kaufman arrived in America ca1700 with her sons Jacob and David. Anne and Jacob bought land in Germantown, Pa., while David settled in Oley Twp., Berks Co., Pa. David's second son Johannes married Susannah Barnet of Maidencreek Twp., Berks Co., Pa. Includes family names such as Dunkel, Ernst, Hawkins, Hottenstein, Kling, Schnure, Sell, Stahl, and Wolfe. (567pp. hardcover. Gateway Press, 1992.) $46.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.)

1509. Kaufman-Kauffman: The House of Oley by Frank Llewellyn Kaufman and Odette J. Mordant Kaufman Anne Kaufman arrived in America ca1700 with her sons Jacob and David. Jacob settled in Germantown, Pa., while David married Veronica Hoch and settled in Oley Twp., Berks Co., Pa. David and Veronica had six children. The descendants are traced to the present day. Surnames: Foust, Miller, Sanders, Scott, Smith, Snyder, Steuart, Stover, Tice, Truitt, and Voneida. (1,204pp. hardcover. Gateway Press, 1994.) $88.00 (Add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 1925. Kemmerer Past to Present: The History and Genealogy of Heinrich Kemmerer (1740-1801) by Narona Kemmerer Gebert The history begins with Frederick Kemmerer settling in Lehigh Co., Pa. His son Heinrich married Anna Maria Rischell and had ten children. Index includes names such as Apple, Bachman, Backenstoe, Benner, Butz, Druckenmiller, Gerhart, Grant, Housel, Kemmerer, Kline, Miller, Moyer, Reichard, Ritter, Roth, Schantz, Schell, Stauffer, Troxel, Whitmire, etc. (534pp. hardcover. index. illus. Author, 1997.) $29.50 (Plus $1.00 extra shipping.) 116. King Family History by H. Harold Hartzler This two-volume encyclopedia of King and related families begins with Immigrant Samuel Koenig married to Anna Yoder. It then continues to cover a few of their descendants and their family up to 1984. The two indexes are a valuable asset. (1,441pp. Author, 1984.) $35.00 (Plus an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 117. Knit Together in Love, Moses Schlabach (18591932) and Lydia Yoder (1868-1959), Their Ancestry and Their Descendants by John M. Slabaugh This is much more than a family history on Moses Schlabach's descendants. Families: Blank, Detweiler, Hershberger, Hochstetler, Jotter, Kauffman, Miller, Mishler, Schlabach, Swartzendruber, Troyer, and Yoder. Moses Schlabach's children married into the following families: Lauver, Martin, Miller, Sommers, Swartzendruber, Troyer, and Yoder. (170pp. Author, 1987.) $11.75 2383. Koffroth Family History by Willis Adrian Koffroth Gerhart Koffroth (1707-1796) left Kaffroth, Germany, for America in 1731. He and his wife raised their eleven children in Lancaster Co., Pa. Besides Coffroad/Koffroth variations, the index contains names such as Brown, Fellenbaum, King, Lowry, Miller, Parmer, Smith, Thompson, Whitaker, Zook, etc. (494pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $35.00 2315. Kohl (Cole) Family History by Sue (Kohl) Soulliard Based on the descendants of George Kohl--the German immigrant who settled in Cumru Twp., Berks Co., Pa., in the 1700s--this book contains stories, maps, tavern petitions, taufscheins, genealogies, and over 100 photographs. Many of these families remained in Pa., while others moved west to Iowa, Ill., Kans., and other midwest states. A section titled "Related Families" covers the Messner, Roth, Sheeler, Soulliard, . . . families. (244pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $39.95 Krefeld Immigrants and Their Descendants: A Collection of Family Information; A Series of Surname Publications compiled by Iris Carter Jones These publications feature the original German/Dutch immigrants who settled southeastern Pa. (Germantown area). William Penn's land grant in the New World brought many Mennonites and Quakers. Along with Penn's English and Welsh Quakers, he made land available to dissenters from Europe. The first to arrive in 1683 were aboard the Concord. These thirteen families included Luckens and Tysons (Doors). 1351. Vol. I, #1, Luckens-Luken(s)-Lukin(s) (40pp.) $8.00 2205. The Kurtz Family Sojourn: A Brief History and Genealogy of Pioneer Abraham Kurtz and His Descendants, ca1720-1998 by Harold R. Kurtz Surnames of Lancaster Co., Pa., families in addition to the Kurtz family: Brubaker, Burkholder, Eberly, Ebersole, Fox, Glick, Good, High, Hoover/Huber, Horning, Horst/Hursh/Hurst, Martin, Miller, Musser,

Nolt, Oberholtzer, Reiff, Sensenig, Shirk, Showalter, Weaver, Wenger, Wise, Zeiset, Zimmerman. (373pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1999.) $17.95 380. The Lauver Legacy of Life and Love by John Mark Slabaugh A book on the Lauver family, this time on the author's parents, Jacob and Emma (Graybill) Lauver, including all of their descendants and ancestors. A sampling of their Mennonite ancestors which have historical information on each include Bar, Bowman, Dohner, Graf, Hauser, Hostetter, Huber, Kolb, Light, Nash, Oberholtzer, Shelly, Steiner, and Wanner. (180pp. index. Author, 1989.) $11.75 2978. The Lehman Family, 1556-18th Century; Langnau, Switzerland, in the Emmental by Joyce Lemon Dunn This reference book on the Lehman family traces families from 1556 to today referencing a lot of early European records with commentary on other Lehmans and their relationship. Frequent surnames include: As(ch)hliman, Bürcki, Gerber, Hofer, Hofstetter, Jost, Moser, Müller, Neüenschwander, Rötlisperger, and Schwartz. Two large fold-out genealogy charts also appear at the back of the book. (168pp. index. Masthof Press, 2005 reprint of 2003 ed.) $10.95 1229. The Lehman Families of Langnau, Switzerland by David L. Habegger This book focuses on seven early Lehman families from Langnau, Switzerland: Ulrich Leemann, Peter Leemann, Hans Leemann, Michael Lehman m. Anna Boegly, Hansen Leeman, Christen Lehmann m. Barbara Blaser, and Hansen Lehmann married A. Mosimann. Many Swiss Mennonite families named Lehman began arriving in Ohio and Ind. about 1819. (42pp. index. Masthof Press, 1994.) $5.50 3109. A Lehman, Layman Genealogy Handbook by Earl R. Layman This comprehensive summary of all known early Lehman families by all spellings is authenticated by DNA tests. Families are grouped with help from the results of 70 y-chromosome DNA tests. Included are known European origins for over ,000 persons. (258pp. index. hardcover. Author, 2006.) $25.00 1877. Leiby Genealogy and History, 1565-1996: The Ancestors and Descendants of Daniel L. and Mary Steigerwalt Leiby The ancestor of the Leiby family in America is Friedrich Leiby who arrived in 1733. He and his family settled in Oley, Berks Co., Pa. Frequent names in the index include Bachert, Bensinger, Breiner, Gerber, Heisler, Hunsicker, Killian, Klingaman, Krell, Leiby, Merkel, Payne, Reed, Scheitrum, Schock, and Zimmerman. (213pp. illus. index. hardcover. 1996.) $25.00 1150. Leid Family History, 1821-1993 by Lewis M. Leid and Aaron W. Leid This family history with stories, names, dates, pictures, maps, and an index is the story of Andrew and Mary (Eby) Leid's descendants. Andrew Leid (1821-1900) and Mary Eby (d. 1853) had two children: Samuel and John. Andrew had three more children with his second wife Sarah Frank: Andrew, Milton, and Adam. Frequent surnames found in the book include Brubaker, Burkholder, Fox, Hoover, Kilmer, Leid, Martin, Newswanger, Nolt, Weaver, and Zimmerman. (118pp. illus. index. Authors, 1993.) $14.00 119. The Lengacher-Steury Family History by Joseph Stoll A family history on the Lengacher and Steury families, including the story of their immigration and settlement in Allen and Daviess Counties. Most of the book covers the descendants of Johannes and Anna (Knecht) Lengacher. (550pp. hardcover. Author, 1988.) $41.25 2282. The Leonard and Addie Grove Garber Family by Hope Kauffman Lind and Joseph A. Gascho The first part contains the actual story of Leonard and

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Addie, married in 1893, and their descendants. They raised their family in Minn., but many of their ancestors hailed from Lancaster Co., Pa. The second part contains ahnentafel listings of their ancestors back to the 1490s with surnames such as: Bar/Bare, Bomberger, Eshleman, Funk, Graf/Groff, Hershey/Hirshi, Hosteter/Hoffstetter, Kendig/ Kundig, Rohrer, Schneider/Snyder, Steiner, and Swartz. (240pp. illus. index. Gascho Books, 1999.) $20.00 2818. Letters From Lydia by Virginia Smith Poling This collection is a compilation of letters written by members of the Solomon Miller family from 1856 to 1877. Solomon Miller had died in 1864 and two of his children and their families had left Ohio and moved westward. Most of the letters were written to Nathan and Elmina Miller and tell how families migrated westward. (37pp. Author, 1988.) $6.00 1969. Levi G. and Anna B. Witmer Ancestors and Descendants, 1834-1997 by Lester M. Weaver and Joyce M. Martin This book traces the family of John and Maria (Schallenberger) Witmer of Bern, Switzerland. Great-grandson Levi Gehman Witmer and his wife Anna (Brubaker) lived in the Ephrata/Akron area of Lancaster Co., Pa. Among their thirteen children was Esaias, minister at Metzler and Groffdale Mennonite Churches. Family names include Brubaker, Burkholder, Good, Groff, Hernley, Hollinger, Horst, Landis, Martin, Stauffer, Wanner, Wenger, and Zimmerman. (220pp. illus. hardcover. Authors, 1997.) $35.00 120. Little Foxes, The Volpel/Felpel Family in America by Anna Mary (Nolt) Long A family history of the Felpel/Volpel family beginning with Immigrant Christian William Felpel (1835-1908) who arrived in America in 1872. Settling in Lancaster Co., Pa., the children who married joined the following families: Bromell, McClaraghan, Snader, and Stauffer. (113pp. index. illus. Masthof Press, 1982.) $10.00 915. A Long Long Tree by Anna Mary Long Five chapters focus on the Branner, Harpine, Garber, Miller, and Long families, with much of their early history in Va. The first generation of Longs listed are John Long (1761-1838) and his wife Frances Miller. Frequent names in the index: Chandler, Fansler, Long, Messick, Strawderman, Weatherholtz, Wine, and Wise. (202pp. illus. index. Author, 1991.) $25.00 1189. Love God and Your Neighbor--The Life and Ministry of Christian Engel by Steven R. Estes Christian Engel has been best remembered as a semi-legendary figure who organized the first Amish congregation west of Ohio and the first German-speaking congregation in Ill. This book also covers Engel's Mennonite neighbors in Ill. There is no index, but frequent surnames include: Bally, Belsley, Burky, Camp, Donner, Engel, Garber, Kennell, Nafziger, Roggy, Ruvenacht, Schertz, Smith, Strubhar, Stuckey, Sweitzer, Thorpe, Unzicker, and Virkler. (139pp. IMHGS, 1993.) $10.00 2125. A Lowenberg Genealogy: Descendants of Abraham Löwenberg (1737-1785) by Howard E. Krehbiel Abraham Löwenberg, a baker in the village of Göllheim, Germany, is the ancestor of hundreds of descendants in America today. Surnames: Baer, Barth, Bechtel, Becker, Bergdolt, Beutler, Clemenson, Detweiler, Doescher, Ellison, Galle, Gingerich, Goering, Hammett, Handrich, Harper, Hege, Honadel, Jantzi, Kauffman, Krehbiel, Lichti, Löwenberg, Maust, Meyer, Staufer, Troyer, Weber, and Zimmer. (269pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $25.00 588. Martin H. Heller Family History by Marvin and Betty Ann Landis A family record of the descendants of Martin H. Heller (186-19) and Katie Burkholder (196-19), but also giving the Heller family history beginning in Europe in 1617. The Buchen, Burkholder, and Heller families are traced back to the immigrants. (97pp. Author, 1989.) $8.50 382. Mast Family History by C. Z. Mast This hardcover family history not only traces the descendansts of 170 Immigrant Jacob Mast (178-1808) of Berks Co., Pa., but also traces Blank, Johns, Miller, Smucker, Stoltzfus, and Zug immigrants for several generations. This book is one of the first Amish-Men-

nonite genealogies published in the U.S. with footnotes identifying many other Amish-Mennonites. The old photos, most unavailable today in original form, offer insight into life at the turn of the century. (825pp. Masthof Press, 2005 reprint of 1911 edition.) $35.00 (Index #2863 available for $5.95.) 431. Matthias Miller and His Seventeen Children by Floyd R. Mason This first edition of a Miller family history is a working copy. Matthias Miller (1743) m. 1) Susanna Catherine Mueller; 2) Catherine Aullenbach; 3) Mary Elizabeth; and 4) Anna Maria Moyer-Shaffer. His immigrant parents were Jacob and Catherine Miller. (33pp. Compiler, 1986.) $6.00 821. A Memorial History of Peter Bitsche by Samuel M. Peachey This genealogy traces the descendants of Peter Bitsche from 1767 to 1892. Immigrant Peter came to America from Switzerland in 1767 and had one daughter and three sons: Moses, Abraham, Peter, and Anna. He died in Somerset Co., Pa. Frequent names are Beachey, Hershberger, Livengood, Miller, Peachey, and Yoder. (205pp. index. Andrew J. A. Miller, 1982.) $6.75 3044. Memories & Descendants of Michael W. Martin (1878-1948) & His Three Wives, Magdalena M. Zimmerman (1880-1904) and Mary S. Zimmerman (1883-1910) & Anna W. Martin (1879-1969) compiled by Anna Martin Shirk and Lois Shirk Johnson An exhaustive genealogy and family history of the descendants of Michael W. Martin of Lancaster Co., Pa., this book includes memory stories of the family, direct genealogical line for the Martins back to the 1600s, and some pictures. Michael W. Martin's children m. into the following families: Burkholder, Hoover, Martin, Oberholtzer, Rissler, and Sensenig. (451pp. illus. Author, 2005.) $19.95 2318. Mennonite Family History Surname Index VI Family names (surnames) with names and addresses of researchers (Mennonite Family History subscribers) studying these families. This is a good way to find out who else is researching the same families you are so you can correspond and share. E-mail addresses are provided along with the mailing address (if available). (46pp. Masthof Press, 2000.) $6.50 2737. Mennonite Family History Surname Index VII Family names (surnames) with names and addresses of researchers (Mennonite Family History subscribers) studying these families. E-mail addresses are provided along with the mailing address (if available). (35pp. Masthof Press, 2003.) $5.00 3188. Mennonite Family History Surname Index VIII Family names (surnames) with names and addresses of researchers (Mennonite Family History subscribers) studying these families. E-mail addresses are provided along with the mailing address (if available). (26 pp. Masthof Press, 2006.) $5.00 636. The Merkey Family of Bethel and Tulpehocken Townships by Sandra Kauffman This book traces the descendants of Hans David Merkey through his son John Merkey who married Hannah Heckman. Hans David settled in Bethel Twp., Berks Co., after arriving in Philadelphia in 1736. Families: Balsbaugh, Ebling, Frantz, Gibble, Kline, Ziegler. (288pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1990.) $30.00 433. Michael Miller of 1692 and Many of His Descendants by Floyd R. Mason This first edition was printed to invite feedback and new information in order that a larger volume could be printed in the future. Michael Miller married Susanna Agnes Bechtel. You'll find 500 descendants with a guide to many other books that give names and other info on a million-plus of Michael's descendants. (25pp. index. Compiler, 1986.) $5.00 1298. The Michel Richard Family; Graber, Richard, Riche, Widmer Ancestors and Descendants by Kent E. Richard This genealogy and family history will be appreciated by many Graber, Richard, Riche, and Widmer

descendants. Ancestral lines are traced to France and Switzerland, some back to the 1600s. Frequent surnames are: Conrad, Eicher, Fahrni, Frey, Gerig, Graber, Hochstetler, Kauffmann, Klopfenstein, Kraibuhl, Lugbill, Ramseyer, Richard, Riche, Roth, Schindler, Schlunegger, Schmucker, Steiner, Stoll, Weiss, and Widmer. Part II covers the descendants of Michel (1787-1863) and Magdalena Richard. (144pp. illus. index. Author, 1994.) $14.75 122. Miller Family History, Descendants of Solomon S. Miller and (1) Mary Hershberger, and (2) Barbara Christner, 1828-1981 by Oscar R. Miller Solomon is a brother to the Eli and Isaac in book #123. A historical introduction to the Miller family by J. Virgil Miller is included. The family is of Amish descent. Descendants live in Ohio, Indiana, etc. (87pp. index. Author, 1981.) $7.50 123. Miller Family History: Two Volumes in One Book: Descendants of Eli S. Miller and Marie Kauffman; Descendants of Isaac S. Miller and (1) Rachel Troyer and (2) Fannie Erb, 1821-1981 by Oscar R. Miller Of Amish descent, the family is scattered, with many in Ohio and Indiana, but others as far west as Washington and California, as well as quite a few in Canada. Introduction by Virgil Miller. (126pp. index. Author, 1981.) $7.50 590. Monroe K. Garman's Descendants, 1856-1989 by Erla M. Martin A genealogy on the author's Great-grandfather Monroe K. Garman, tracing his descendants for five generations. Two photographs show the homesteads of Monroe and his wives. (107pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1989.) $9.25 124. Mosemann Family Directory by John H. and Ruth Mosemann A most commendable compilation of family history on nearly 3,000 descendants of Jacob Mosemann (1795-1876) and Magdalena Frey (1802-1868), 1852 immigrants from Germany who settled in Lancaster Co., Pa. (161pp. hardcover. Gateway Press, 1987.) $15.00 1556. The Moses H. Yoder Family History by Ernest and Willa Yoder Moses H. Yoder was the youngest son of Christian "Kiefer Christ" and Esther (Hertzler) Yoder of Mifflin Co., Pa. Moses m. 1) Barbara Kauffman and 2) Elizabeth Slabaugh. Their children married into the following families: Bontrager, Butz, Hershberger, Marhofer, Miller, Schmidt, and Shenk. (340pp. illus. index. Authors, 1995.) $25.00 1235. The Moyer Family, 1790-1993: Descendants of Phares R. Moyer and Cora M. (Hottenstein) Moyer by Earl and Dona Moyer Phares Moyer (1884-1953) and his wife had seven children and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. This book, the 50th anniversary edition, begins with Phares's greatgrandparents, John and Elizabeth Moyer. (61pp. illus. index. Compilers, 1993 reprint of 1978 edition.) $10.00 2348. My Yoder Roots Run Deep by Ruth F. Yoder Baker Part One is the descendants of Samuel K. (18321900) and Leah Yoder. Part Two is the descendants of Jonathan N. (1832-1901) and Leah Yoder. Part Three is the descendants of Eli Z. (1849-1927) and Susanna Yoder. Their Yoder ancestry goes back to Christian Yoder (1700-1775). These families lived in Mifflin Co., Pa. Their descendants have surnames such as Byler, Hostetler, Kanagy, Peachey, Stoltzfus, Yoder. (286pp. index. illus. hardcover. Author, 1999.) $25.00 918. The Neff-Näf Family: A History of the Descendants of Henry Neff, Manor Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by William A. Neff A genealogy of Henry and Barbara Neff of Hempfield and Manor Twps., Lancaster Co., Pa., and their descendants, this book corrects many earlier historical assumptions. More than 2,700 individuals are listed, dating back to the early 1700s with excellent European coverage. Two fold-out maps identify and locate the original Neff land patents from the Penns. (480pp. illus. index. hardcov. Neff & Assoc., 1991.) $38.00

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2064. New Buds on a Brubaker Branch: An Update for Descendants of William Henry Brubaker, 18541928 by Dale L. Brubaker William Henry Brubaker was the son of Henry K. Brubaker and lived in Freeport, Ill. He m. 1) Mary Belle McKibben and m. 2) Alice (Miller) Bamberger. Read about his ancestors as well as his descendants. Surnames: Brubaker, Cartwright, Denlinger, Herrier, Kreider, McKibben, Samuelson, Sawyer, Shoemaker, Waller. (280pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $30.00 469. The Nice Family History: Descendants of Bishop John T. Nice (1858-1931) and Elizabeth (Dutcher) Nice (1864-1950) of Morrison, Illinois by Hazel Nice Hassan Begins by briefly recounting that the "te Neues" family had lived near Krefeld, Germany, at Lürrip since at least 1296. Includes a short history of Hans Neuss of Germantown, Pa.; migration of John Tyson Nice's parents from Franconia, Montgomery Co., Pa., to Medina Co., Ohio, to Whiteside Co., Ill.; and Dutcher family. (120pp. illus. index. Author, 1983.) $10.75 3038. Nolt Family History 1771-1969 by Enos N. Zimmerman This long overdue reprint contains new information on the Nolts' origins in Europe and America as well as some updated data on the 3,700+ Nolt descendants covered in this second edition. Descendants are included for Jonas K. and Magdalena (Buckwalter) Nolt who lived in Lancaster Co, Pa. Jonas K. Nolt (1771-1838) and his wife had five children who married into the following families: Burkholder, Hurst, Musselman, and Wenger. (911pp. Harry Leinbach, 2005.) $25.00 (Plus additional $2.00 for shipping.) 711. Novy-Garwood Family Record and Connections by Dr. Frederick George Novy and Marguerite Novy Lambert Over 8,000 names are traced in this hardcover family history covering the following primary names, many of whom are traced to their immigrant ancestor: Bartlett, Bishop, Bruner, Bull, Callender, Colver, Criley, Davenport, Detwiler, Garwood, McGown, and Sypherd. This is a compilation of a father and daughter's research dating back to the late 1800s. (412pp. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1990.) $37.00 2162. Oberholtzer and Nash Family Histories by Rev. A. J. Fretz This is a 1985 reprint of A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of Martin Oberholtzer and A Genealogical Record of the Descendants of William Nash of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. A general index is included for both family lines. Families: Durstine, Fetz, Leatherman, Meyers, Moyer, Mumma, and Overholt. (348pp. illus. index. Westmoreland-Fayette Historical Soc., 1985 reprint.) $30.00 1415. The Oberholtzer Book: A Foundation Book of Oberholtzer Immigrants and Unestablished Lines edited and compiled by Barbara B. Ford This encyclopedia of Oberholtzer/Overholser/Overholt immigrants' families and the first four or five generations of most, include families who settled in Pa. in Adams, Bedford, Berks, Bucks, Chester, Juniata, Lancaster, Lebanon, and Montgomery Cos.; in Ohio in Columbiana, Fairfield, Northampton, and Preble Cos.; in Va. in Giles and Rockingham Cos.; and in Ont. (424pp. illus. hardcover. Overholser Family Assoc., 1995.) $29.50 2724. Only A Twig; A Branch of the Zugs/Zooks From Pennsylvania by Lois Ann Zook European history of the Zugs/ Zooks is given in this genealogy and family history, but most of the book concentrates on Immigrant Moritz Zug's descendants; specifically the descendants of Moritz's grandson, Abraham Zook (1780-1853). Common surnames include: Beeghly, Beiler, Bigelow, Blough, Byler, Christensen, Detwiler, Esh, Fisher, Fry, Hertzler, Hooley, Kauffman, King, Kurtz, Lantz, Martin, Mast, Miller, Overholt, Peachey,

Plank, Sharp, Smucker, Stoltzfus, Troyer, Weaver, and Yoder. (211pp. illus. reprint of 1979 ed.) $10.00 1558. The Other Hertzler-Hartzlers by Emanuel Cassel Hertzler Many Hertzler and Hartzler families were not listed in Hertzler Genealogy . . . , 1885, or The HertzlerHartzler Family History, 1952 (#422). Here the history of the "other" Hertzlers is presented: names, dates, employment, church, community organization memberships, address, if deceased, date of departing and place of burial--for the descendant and spouse. The immigrant for this group was Johannes Hertzler who came to America in 1750 and settled in Lancaster Co., Pa. Surnames: Breneman, Brubaker, Eby, Funck, Herr, Hershey, Kreider, Newcomer, Paules, Sherrick, Strickler, Weaver, and more. (608pp. index. hardcov. Masthof Press, 1995.) $24.50 (Please add $2.00 extra to postage bill.) 1628. Our Children's Heritage--The Families Click/Hess/Miller/Graybill/Edgecomb/Provo/Leaman; Volume I: Click, Hess, Miller, Miller Ancestors by Maurice A. Click and Lois (Graybill) Click Volume I of this well-researched family history traces the ancestry of Charles Andrew Click and Frances Rebecca Miller for fifteen generations from Virginia to Maryland, Pennsylvania, Austria, Germany, and Switzerland. Most common surnames include Ahlbaugh, Arnold, Burner, Click/Glick, Flory, Garber, Groff/Grove, Hess, Miller, Sanger, Snowberger, Stauffer, and Wine. The appendix includes ancestor charts for Bodkin, Cupp, Diaz, Gaither, Graybill, Guiton, Howdyshell, Long, Rexrode, Senger, Wiggins, Wright, and Wuesthoff. (232pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1995.) $29.95 2095. Our Pennsylvania German Families by Edna (Joan) B. Chelson The story of Pennsylvania ancestors against the backdrop of European and American history is found in these 600 pages filled with information on families who settled primarily in Berks Co., Pa. Family names: Baer, Boyer, Faust, Glicker, Gring, Grub, Hemmig, Hetrich, Hettinger, Hill, Himmelberger, Kemmerer, Leininger, Long, Schauer, Waldschmidt, Wenrich, and more. (600pp. maps, photos, index. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $35.00 (Please add an additional $2.00 to postage bill.) 1238. Our Spangenberg/Spangenburg Heritage by Oren Edward Spangenburg and Robert Maurice Spangenburg A history of the Spangenberg/Spangenburg family as they left Germany. In 1753, John August Spangenberg, a nephew of August Gottlieb Spangenberg, the founder of the Moravian Church in America, arrived at Philadelphia, Pa. European history precedes the genealogy of Spangenberg's descendants. Surnames: Beers, Kizer, Neighbor, Reilly, Shaffer, Spangenberg, and Swingle. (247pp. illus. index. hardcover. O. E. Spangenburg, 1993.) $40.00 2627. Partenheimer, Parthemer, Parthemore Family History--1545-2002 by Walter L. Jebens and Udo P. Krauthausen This family has been traced to one common ancestor born ca1545 in Germany. Over 6,000 numbered descendants, spanning 17 generations can be traced to today. One large branch immigrated to America in 1744 and initially settled in Lancaster and Dauphin Cos. of Pa. In the 1800s, other branches came from Germany and settled in Pa.; Mass.; Ind.; Mo.; and Wisc. A personalized section on the methodology for developing this family history with insights regarding the content, descendant numbering, and format of the book. (480pp. index. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $49.00 (Add extra $1.50 for postage.) 2671. The Path of Faith: A 300-Year Heritage; The Shenk Family, New Danville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by John S. Shenk, II Three hundred years of the land, property, and family histories surrounding the New Danville Mennonite Church in Lancaster Co., Pa., comprise this book illustrated with color photos. The Shenk and Stoner families are central with other surnames: Brenneman, Burkholder, Charles, Dombach, Groff, Harnish, Haverstick, Herr, Hess, Huber, Kendig, Kreider, Landis,

Lefever, Martin, Mellinger, Miller, Myers, Reinhart, Snavely, Stehman, and Thomas. (576pp. illus. index. hardcover.) $49.95 1808. A Pellman Family History: LeRoy S. and Elizabeth Lauver Pellman and Their Children, Ancestors, and Descendants by Hubert R. Pellman A central Pa. family of eight, born between 1918 and 1935, collaborate on a family history reaching back to their European ancestry (mostly German, Swiss, and Dutch). A wonderful example of a formal genealogy balanced with anecdotes and narratives in a larger social context. Frequent surnames include Graybill, Lauver, Pellman, Redekop, Saner, Yoder, and Zendt. (284pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $24.00 3077. The Pennsylvania Relations of Dwight D. Eisenhower by Lawrence Berger-Knorr Traces the former president's lineage back to Germany and England and focuses on those descendants who lived in Pa.: Boone, Eisenhauer, Matters, Miller, Romberger, and more. (illus. Sunbury Press, 2005.) $29.99 2514. Peter Bögli-Elisabeth Amstutz: Ancestors and Descendants, 1776-2000 by Kent E. Richard Part I traces the Bögle/Beugli, etc., family and the Amstutz family back to Canton Bern, Switzerland. Part II lists nearly 5,500 known descendants of Peter Bögli and Elisabeth Amstutz. This family has spread from Moron, Switzerland, to many countries of the world. Includes 186 photos, maps, and index. Families: Amstutz, Bögli, Gerber, Haueter, Hofstetter, Lehman, Liechty, Martin, Neuenschwander, Nussbaum, Sommer, and Zuercher. (410pp. illus. index. Author, 2001.) $25.00 1519. The Peter Good Family Book, 1530-1995 by Dale K. and Verlene Vaughn Weber Begins with Andreas Gutt (b. 1530) of Switzerland. Peter Good (1837-1910) was a descendant of 1717 Immigrant Jacob Good who settled in Lancaster Co., Pa. Peter married Rebecca Myers and they lived in Franklin Co., Pa., and moved to Kans. and Iowa. Families: Deemy, Gelsinger, Meyers/Myers, Plum, and Summers. (93pp. illus. index. Authors, 1995.) $19.50 1563. Peter Jacob & Katharina (Sudermann) Willms: Their Ancestors, Lives and Descendants by Peter A. Willms Peter Jacob Willms (1879-1945) and his wife Katharina were born in the Molotschna Mennonite Colony in Ukraine, Russia, and had eleven children. In 1926 they and their children traveled to Latvia, England, Canada. Read of their life in Russia, their hardships, experiences with war--stories handed down and memories shared by their grandchildren. Surnames: Toews, Cornelson, Neufeld, Hildebrand, Martens. (69pp. illus. 1995.) $15.00 824. The Peter Leibundgutt Journal by Lois Ann Mast Amishman Peter Leibundgutt/ Livengood (d. 1826) kept a financial journal of personal and business transactions between 1758 and 1824. A weaver, Peter is thought to be the first Amishman to go by Conestoga wagon across the Allegheny Mountains to settle in what is now Elk Lick, Somerset Co., Pa. The journal is transcribed here along with an introduction, a listing of Peter's descendants for three generations (Beachy, Breneisen, Fike, Forney, Haag, Hardman, Kepple, Miller, Saylor, and Yoder), an every-name index. (118pp. illus. index. M.F.H., 1991.) $9.00 1520. The Philip Brown Family of Tulpehocken Valley by Shirley M. Brown, Jeremy Lutz, and William Shuey This is a compilation and history of the descendants of Immigrant Johan Philip Braun/Brown who settled in Tulpehocken Township, Berks Co., Pa. Contains a 19,000 every-name index, birth and death dates, baptisms, and marriages for all family members and spouses. Related names: Artz, Bashore, Bender, Deck, Emerich, Fidler,

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Fisher, Gassert, Glick, Heffner, Hoffman, Hower, Klick, Lutz, Miller, Moyer, Schaeffer, Snyder, Staudt, Tice, Wagner, Walborn, Wolf, Yoder, . . . (722pp. illus. Author, 1995.) $48.50 (Add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 2515. Pilgrimage of Faith: The Journey of an Anabaptist Family This video is a slide show, produced in 1992 to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the first Amish Yoders in America. (45 minutes. Producer Virgil E. Yoder.) $20.00 712. Pitchforks and Pitchpipes: A Portrait of a Lancaster County Mennonite Family by Esther Mae Longenecker Hiestand A unique memory book of stories given by forty-four first-cousins, the grandchildren of Christian Garber Longenecker and Lavina Royer Bender, and the gtgt-gt-gt-gt-grandchildren of Ulrich Longenecker who was the first Longenecker to come to America from Switzerland. These Longenecker cousins are farmers, teachers, preachers, and college professors, who express their creativity in words, and handiwork. (498pp. hardcover. illus. 1990.) $35.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 1769. A Portrait of Our Ancestors--Vol. II, Troxell by Irene Baker This history and genealogy of the descendants of Abraham Drachsel/Troxel (b. ca1717 in Germany) centers around what is today Lebanon Co., Pa. Other families covered in this book first printed in 1988 include Beal, Brightbill, Ensworth, Hoffman, Joray, Jury, Keck, Krider, Long, Parrish, Shisler, Umholtz. (380pp. illus. hardcover. Selby Pub., 1996.) $42.00 2726. The Posterity of Jacob and Mary (Funk) Driver (1800-1996) by Clerice Fisher This family history book covers the Driver and Funk families back eight generations to the immigrant ancestors. These families primarily lived in Rockingham County, Va., before moving to Allen County, Ohio, in 1852. Surnames include: Bailey, Beck, Carroll, Caryer, Fisher, Flora, Garrett, Grover, Haugh, Hitchcock, James, Jolliff, Layman, Miller, McDowell, Rakestraw, Rumble, Smith, White, Wood, Zehrbach and many more. (800pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2003.) $50.00 127. Reiff Families in America by Harry E. Reiff This impressive-looking volume lists descendants of Jacob Reiff (1698-1782), son of Immigrant Hans George Reiff who came to America before 1720. Jacob and Anna Maria Reiff had three children: George Reiff III m. Elizabeth Hendricks, Jacob Reiff m. Catharine Schneider, and Catharine (Reiff?). A brief description of the two major 18th-century family groups, a list of other 18th-century Reiff immigrants, and a short section on possible European origins. (557pp. hardcover. Gateway Press, 1986.) $35.00 474. Reiff Family History, 1735-1982 by Eli E. Reiff, Jr. and Amos H. Reiff Reiffs, Horsts, Wengers, and other familiar Lancaster Co., Pa., surnames appear here tracing the family of Jonas Reiff m. Anna/Nancy Horst. (328pp. hardcover. index. Pequea, 1982.) $13.00 2633. Reiff to Riffe Family in America, Vol. II by Fred J. Riffe This encyclopedia of Reiffs lists the ancestors and descendants of three Mennonite Reiff brothers: Hans, John Jacob, and Abraham thought to have been born in 17th century Germany or Switzerland. Emigrating to Pa. in the early 1700s, this book traces families from 1500 through 2002. (600pp. index. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $40.00 3007. The Relations of Milton Snavely Hershey by Lawrence Berger-Knorr Milton Snavely Hershey (1857-1945) had no heirs, but he had many Pa. German cousins (including many Mennonites). This book details the ancestry of Milton Hershey and nearly 10,000 relations spanning the 1500s in Switzerland to the present day. Families: Baer/ Bar/Barr/Bear, Barkey, Beidler, Betzner, Bomberger, Brackbill, Brubacher/Brubaker, Bucher, Buckwalter, Cassel, Diehl, Dohner, Ebersole, Eby, Erb, Fox, Gehman, Good, Groff, Hackman, Herr, Hertzler, Hess, Hoover, Horst, Kauffman, Kendig, Kreider, Kurtz,

Landis, Long, Martin, Mellinger, Meyer, Miller, Musser, Ober, Ranck, Shenk, Sherk, Stauffer/Stoffer/Stouffer, Strickler, Trump, Weaver/Weber, Wolf, and Zimmerman. (571pp. index. Sunbury Press, 2005.) $29.95 128. Revealed Life of Nicholas Stoltzfus (out of the Archives of Zweibrücken) by Ernest Drumm A colorful booklet on the Stoltzfus family, this collection concentrates on 1766 Immigrant Nicholas Stoltzfus, who settled in Berks Co., Pa. (24pp. Levi Stoltzfus.) $3.00 2427. Roeders in the Hosensack Valley of Lehigh County, Pennsylvania by Dorothy Nace Tharpe The families of the three sons of Johannes Roeder who moved into the Hosensack Valley, Lehigh Co., in 1787 are featured here in a wide range of subjects: German migration, maps, Samuel Roeder's baptismal certificate, his descendants, death and funeral customs, churches where they worshipped, signatures, etc. Surnames: Antrim, Beidler, Boyer, Derr, Guldin, Harlacher, Krauss, Krull, Long, Stauffer, and Young. (64pp. illus. Author, 2000.) $25.00 3020. Rohrer History; Ancestors and Descendants of Israel Rohrer, 1600s-2004 edited by Norwood F. Shank This impressive Rohrer family history not only offers genealogy and family history of the Rohrer family today, but traces back to European history and even includes excellent full-color photos. The book does concentrate on the descendants of Israel Rohrer (18201894) m. to Anna Hess (1826-1909), both of whom were bu. in Dayton, Va. Families: Denlinger, Hershey, Rhodes, Showalter, and Wenger. (653pp. index. hardcover. Books of Merit, 2004.) $40.00 1035. Roots and Branches of the Herrfort/Herford Family by Jo Ann Herrfort A pictorial history and genealogy of the John and Magdalena (Erb) Herford family and the Andrew and Barbara (Wagler) Herrfort family, with roots in Alsace, France, who immigrated in the 1850s to Ontario. Frequent surnames include Albrecht, Bedford, Bishop, Furlong, Herrfort, Jantzi, Kuepfer, Ramseyer, Schlabach, Streicher, Yousey, and Zehr. (335pp. illus. index. Author, 1992.) $25.00 129. Roots: Continuing Generations: John Risser Hess, 1828-1897 by Paul Ervin Roupp A history of the Hess family beginning with the Hesses in Switzerland in the 1500s to 1712. Immigrant Hans Hess of Lancaster Co., Pa., to Rev. John R. Hess and his descendants to today. (232pp. illus. Author, 1980.) $20.00 1365. The Rosenberger Family of Montgomery County by Edward Mathews Historical and genealogical sketches on the Rosenberger/Rosenberry family of Montgomery Co., Pa., is a compilation of all Mathews' research on the Rosenbergers and early residents of Hatfield Twp., Montgomery Co., Pa. (56pp. illus. index. Adams Apple Press, 1994 reprint of 1892 edition.) $15.00 642. The Sangrey Family History: The Descendants of Mary and John Sangrey, 1788-1838 by Abram Warfel Sangrey Many related Lancaster Co., Pa., families can be found in this well-illustrated Sangrey family history including Breneman, Brubaker, Conrad, Ebersole, Gerlach, Good, Hess, Kolb, Martin, Miller, Mylin, Oberholtzer, Shenk, and Tyson. (175pp. illus. index. Author, 1989.) $24.75 1676. Schäublin and Thommen Emigrants from the Canton of Basel, Switzerland by George W. Andrews Two Schäublin/Shively families and two Thommen families from Switzerland are covered, including several earlier generations in America. They primarily settled in Lancaster Co., Pa., and Frederick Co., Md. Wonderful European resource data! (47pp. illus. Author, 1996.) $9.95 2134. Schowalter Heritage, Series 1--Vol. 1, Christian Schowalter, Pleasant View, Martindale, Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

by Pam Brown This Showalter book (first of a series) highlights the descendants of Christian Showalter and sons Jacob and John from Earl Township, Lancaster Co., Pa. Each subsequent book will focus on an immigrant, whether the individual was an adult or child at time of immigration. Surnames found in Series 1, Volume 1, include Good, Groff, Kurtz, Martin, Oberholtzer, and Sensenig. (122pp. spiral. index. Showalter Her., 1998.) $35.00 2293. Schowalter Heritage, Series 2, Vol. 1, Schowalter Families of Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Pam Brown Christian and Barbara (Shirk) Showalter are highlighted with an introduction to Christian's life in Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa., and his migration to Letterkenny Twp., Franklin Co., Pa. Surnames include Gerhart, Houlen, McCloud, Schlabach, Shirk, Whisler, Whitmore. An introduction to the descendants of Johannes and Christena Schowalder (Cocalico Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa.) provides an insight of the life and times of Johannes and Christena. Surnames include Ammon, Eberly, Gensemer, Hirneisen, Keske (Caskey), Reinhold, and Wenrich. (118pp. spiral. index. Author, 1999.) $35.00 1242. Schweizer Familien Lehmann . . . 1569-1850, Lehmann im Saarpfalz-Kreis, 1720-1990 by Artur Lehmann This genealogy focuses on the Swiss/Saar Palatinate Lehmann, Anken, and related families, and contains information on the Lehmann family in the Swiss Amtsbezirk Signau with major related surnames Hofer, Lüthi, Moser, Salzmann, Schneider, Stauffer, Steiner, Weber, Zaugg, etc., from 1569-1850. It also covers family members who migrated to the Saar Palatinate with names such as Eschmann, Hock, Krebs, Leibrock, Rüfenacht, Schleppi, Wagner, and more, 1720-present. Contains 33 Swiss and German maps. (348pp. hardcover. illus. Author, 1990.) $66.00 2958. The Search For My Kauffman Ancestors Through the Cobwebs and Shadows of Antiquity by Robert Jesse Kauffman This family history traces Isaac Kauffman from Switzerland and France to his Amish descendants in East Whiteland Twp., Chester Co., Pa., and later to Mifflin Co., Pa., and Ohio. Maps, deeds, wills, inventory and vendue sales records, help to tell the story of the following families: Byler, Hartzler, Hooley, Hostetler, King, Kurtz, Lapp, Mast, Miller, Yoder, Zug, . . . (392pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2004.) $28.50 2884. 1737 Immigrant Jacob Mast by Eli Lloyd Mast This Mast family history concentrates on Jacob Mast who immigrated to America in 1737. Some European history of Guggisberg, Switzerland, and areas they settled in Pa. are included before the genealogy beginning with Jacob Mast (1705-1772). Surnames include: Beiler, Christner, Eash, Gerber, Gingerich, Hershberger, Hochstetler/ Hostetler, Joder, Kaufman, Mast, Maust, Miller, Moist, Nisley/Nisly, Schlabach, Stutzman, Troyer, and Yoder. (92pp. index. illus. Author, 2004.) $11.95 2034. Shank Family Record by Floyd R. Mason Christian Shank lived in Germany. Michael Shank and Mary came to and lived in Lancaster Co., Pa. Michael Jr. and Adam are carried forward eleven generations. Very limited as only a few lines are followed. (24pp. Author, 1992.) $6.95 447. Sherk-Shirk Freundschaft 1732-1982 by Lyle Sherk This book follows the journey of Casper Schirch/Sherk from Rotterdam to his eventual purchase of land in present Lebanon Co., Pa. It portrays the difficulties faced by Mennonites in Europe in this era and earlier (1732). Sherk follows the lineal descent of the children who remained in Lebanon Co., Pa., but also those who went elsewhere to Indiana, Ohio, Canada, etc., giving more emphasis on those who stayed in Pa. (102pp. illus. index. Author, 1982.) $20.00 1896. The Shertzer Family From Michelfeld by Noah Brubaker and Richard Shertzer Philipp Schertzer, the progenitor of the Shertzer line covered in this book, settled in Manor Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa., on what later became Lots 0 and in the

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borough of Millersville. Early families intermarried with this family include Breneman, Eshelman, Funk, Henry, Herr, Hershey, Haugendobler, Miller, Newcomer, Schock, Wertz, and Young. (106pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 1997.) $10.95 1409. The Shetter Family Tree by Lois Ann Mast The genealogy and family history of the Johannes Schetter (1761-1815) family, this Franklin Co., Pa., Mennonite family is traced from Johannes m. to Anna Stouffer. All descendants of Isaac L. Shetter (18441926) and Barbara B. Huber (1839-1922) are given. Surnames: Brubaker, Burkholder, Byers, Ebersole, Halteman, Horst, Lehman, Martin, Patterson, Shank, Shetter, Sollenberger, Wadel, and Yeager. (105pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 1994.) $9.95 2430. Shirks On Fraktur by Russell and Corinne Earnest This booklet lists data on the Shirk family found on a variety of fraktur; also: Horst, Scherck, and Weber. (19pp. Russell D. Earnest Associates, 2000.) $10.00 1199. Simon L. and Lydia E. Yoder: 20th Century Pilgrimage by Elmer S. Yoder This illustrated biography is on the first minister of the Beachy Amish Churches. Simon lived in Somerset Co., Pa.; Kempsville, Va.; and Montezuma, Ga. (315pp. illus. Diakonia Min., 1993.) $15.00 1160. The Smith's of Molley's Fancy in Maryland by Virginia Poling and Newton Poling William Smith purchased a farm in Frederick Co., Md., in 1787 and had four children. This story is written to present the Smith family, primarily that of the two sons, Solomon and Jacob Smith. Descendants moved to Ohio, Ind., Iowa, while some stayed in Md. (50pp. index. illus. Author, revised 2001.) $12.95 1776. Stauffer Family History Two books are bound here in one. Part one is the "Stauffer Genealogy of America and History of the Descendants of Jacob Stauffer" by Ezra N. Stauffer, printed in 1917. Jacob Stauffer, b. ca1765, and his wife Elizabeth had three children and lived in Earl Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. Part two, an update, was printed in 1982 by Willis W. Stauffer. Families: Bauman, Fox, Good, Martin, Nolt, Sensenig, Stauffer, Weaver, Witmer, and Zimmerman. (901pp. hardcover.) $14.50 (Plus $1.00 add'l for shipping.) 1849. Stoltzfus Cemetery by John J. Lapp About two miles northwest of New Holland, Pa., lies an Amish cemetery started in 1831 with nearly 200 burials. This book lists all burials with additional information appearing in footnotes. The deed for the cemetery and an every-name index are also included. (21pp. index. Author, 1997.) $5.95 1039. Stoltzfus-Nafzinger Family History by John J. Lapp This family history traces one line of Immigrant Nicholas Stoltzfus's descendants through his son, Christian Stoltzfus, m. 1) Catherine Gerber and 2) Elizabeth King. The Nafzinger connection comes in through Nicholas's grandson, John, who m. 1) Elizabeth Umble and 2) Elizabeth Nafzinger, dau. of Peter and Jacobina (Swartzentruber) Nafzinger. (98pp. illus. index. Author, 1992.) $13.35 1244. Stoner Brethren: A History of John Stoner (ca1705-1769) and His Descendants by Richard R. Weber Record of the Brethren John Stoner family, concentrating on Pa. and Md. descendants. John lived in Pa. and Md. with him and his children leaving an astonishing trail of documents to establish their presence in Colonial America. Frequent names in the index: Arnold, Bonebrake, Funk, Garber, Long, Miller, Oller, Plaine, Royer, Smith, and Stoner. (638pp. index. hardcover. Author, 1993.) $45.00 131. The Story of Solomon and Lydia Smith Miller and Their Children by Newton and Virginia Poling From Westminster, Md., to Seneca Co., Ohio, and later to Allen Co., Ohio, this Miller family of 17 was among the first in the early colonization efforts of the Brethren. Intermarried with the Clicks, Drivers, Earlys, Garbers, Kauff-

mans, Kigers, Leedys, and Wines, this book was compiled by a gt-granddaughter of Solomon Miller. Solomon Miller was the son of Abraham and Elizabeth (Crumpacker) Miller who in 1792 settled in Frederick Co., Md. (168pp. illus. Authors, 1988.) $18.50 130. The Story of a Miller; The Descendants of Benedict Miller (1828-1906) and Rachel Mast (1827-1906) by Ken J. Heeter This book traces the descendants of Benedict Miller born in Holmes Co., Ohio, and died in Elkhart Co., Ind. He and Rachel had 1 children who married: Burck, Gardner, Hable, Lint, Mast, Miller, Mishler, Swatzwalter, Troyer, and Yoder. (228pp. illus. index. Author, 1977.) $9.95 1369. The Strassburger Family and Allied Families of Pennsylvania by Ralph Beaver Strassburger Copies of this genealogy have just surfaced. Chapters in this large book cover the following surnames: Bauer, Clemens, Dotterer, Hartzell, Kern, Kolb, Landis, Lederach, Markley, Schneider, Schwenk, Shoemaker, Stout, Strassburger, Yeager, and Ziegler. (520pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1922.) $95.00 (plus an additional $1.00 for postage) 957. Summers-Sommers: A Family History, 17351990 by B. N. Troyer This family history begins with John Summers (b. ca1735) m. Catherine. They had two sons, Christian (b. 1778) and Peter (1761-1836). Names, dates, and spouses' parents are listed for more than 1,300 families with the most frequent surnames: Bontrager, Byler, Detweiler, Hartzler, Kauffman, King, Miller, Schrock, Sommers, Stoltzfus, Summers, Troyer, Yoder, and Zook. (65pp. index. Author, 1992.) $18.00 795. Those Who Followed After . . . Jacob and Catharine (Blough) Wingard by Mary P. Graybill Genealogy of Jacob and Catharine (Blough) Wingard and their descendants in the Johnstown flood, how Christy Miller kept her kitchen and garden, the Wingard family Bible record, and the Wingard roots back to Hans Wänger of Alsace. Surnames include Blough, Brubaker, Frederick, Graybill, Grove, Hummel, Kauffman, Lauver, Miller, Page, Swartz, Weaver, Wenger/Wingard, and Zimmerman. (117pp. illus. index. Author, 1991.) $18.00 2114. Trautman Troutman Family, 1598-1998 by Eric H. Troutman This encyclopedic history of the Trautman/Troutman family begins with Michael Trautmann, son of Sebastian and Catherina Trautmann of Schriesheim, Germany. About 150 years later, two of Sebastian's gt-grandsons, Hieronimus and Johannes Trautmann, came to America. This book is their story. Surnames: Anspach, Becker, Beidler, Blatt, Boyer, Dundore, Filbert, Forry, Foster, Gassert, Gerhard, Groff, Killmer, Kintzer, Knoll, Kurr, Leiss, Manbeck, Oxenreider, Reedy, Schoener, Snyder, Spannuth, Stober, Strauss, Wagner, Wertman, Wilhelm, Winter, and Zeller. (885pp. illus. index. Author, 1998.) $50.00 (Add an extra $3.00 to postage bill.) 1902. The Trautman/Troutman Family History, Volume II by Steve E. Troutman Concerns the Troutman emigrants who left Germany in the 18th century and settled in Pa. and N. Car. Photos show European and Pa. dwellings. Family names include Bush, Clark, Hartter, Meyer, Tschopp, etc. Includes information from Volume I (out of print) such as all the Troutman descendants and most of the information on the Mahantongo Valley Trautman branch. (606pp. index. illus. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $59.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 2219. Ummel-Lambert Roots and Branches by Helen Ummel Harness This family history of John Ummel (1861-1942) and Ella Lambert (1874-1951) of Elkhart Co., Ind., contains their ancestors and descendants. Besides Ummel and Lambert the ancestral lines traced include Brumbaugh, Coughman, Gehman, Musselman, Nafziger, and Unangst. A narrative of every ancestor in the direct line describes his life, migrations, activities. (184pp. index. Author, 1999.) $15.00 686. The Verclers of Illinois With Roots in Switzerland and France 1750 to 1990

by Joanne Vercler Niswander The Verclers of central Illinois (Livingston and McLean Counties) stem from Rudolph Würgler, an Anabaptist Amish-Mennonite family from Switzerland to Lorraine, France, and then to the U.S. Pictures include homes and family members on both sides of the ocean. Narrative and genealogy charts are given for ten generations of Verclers. (236pp. Author, 1990.) $30.00 2358. The Wächt/Wecht/Weight/Waite Family History by Vickie Elaine Waite Trostle With introductory material on the Wecht family in Europe concentrating on Immigrant Adam Wecht who came to America in 1754, this book is illustrated with photographs and documents. Adam and Eve Wacht had six children. The author descends from the first child, John Casper Wacht, baptized at the Mertz Church, Berks Co., Pa. Some of the more frequent surnames in the index include Anders, Applegate, Beck, Brocious, Brown, Buck, Carper, Deml, Fisher, Goodman, Jones, Kline, Lewis, Mattern, McKee, Miller, Stover, Wacht, Waite, Wecht, Weight, and Whitaker. (116pp. Author, 2000.) $32.00 1043. The Wanners, An Early Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Mennonite Family by Irma Hess Stoltzfus European research precedes the Wanner data on Immigrant Jacob Wanner -- the author's ancestor. Many Lanaster Co., Pa., names appear: Billet, Detwiler, Eby, Futer, Gingerich, Groff, Hershey, Hess, Kauffman, Kurtz, Landis, Martin, Mast, Metzler, Miller, Mosser, Oberholtzer, Reeser, Spirow, Stauffer, Stoltzfus, Taggart, Wanner, Weaver, Weber, Wenger, Worst, and Zimmerman. (227pp. index. illus. hardcover. Author, 1992.) $25.00 1990. A Weaver 's Source Book: Uphome with Jonas and Emma by Mary Lou Weaver Houser with Carolyn Ehst Groff Spanning 500 years and 15 generations, this story of Jonas Abram Weaver and his people reveals the defining moments of one Swiss-Anabaptist family line. The Wäber/Weber/Weaver lineage winds amidst 430 photos from Switzerland to Pa. to Va., and back to Pa. (303pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $29.95 1576. Weber or Weaver Family History by Ezra N. Stauffer and Others Hannas/John Weber who died in 1721 in Switzerland, left three sons--George, Jacob, and Henry--who came to America settling in Berks Co., Pa. In 1718, these brothers moved to Lancaster Co. in the Weaverland area of Pa. Surnames: Detwiler, Good, Horst, Imhoff, Martin, Ramer, Reed, Shank, Shaum, Witmer, and Yoder. (180pp. hardcover. Selby Publishing, 1995 reprint of 1953 edition.) $25.00 132. The Wenger Book by Samuel S. Wenger This is the encyclopedia of Lancaster Co., Pa., Mennonite families because of the some twenty-five Wenger progenitors. The largest, that of Christian Wenger, 1727 immigrant, may have well over a quarter million descendants. Many other non-Wenger immigrants are also outlined. A real gold mine! Included is a copy of The Wenger Book Index by Jay V. Wenger. (1,248pp. & 480pp. illus. Pa. German Heritage History, Inc., 1978. 2 vols.) $49.50 (Please add an additional $3.00 to postage bill.) 1425. Westward Ho! On the Trail of Elias and Annie Auker Reist and Their Descendants by Larry D. Spicer Elias Reist (1863-1957) and Annie Auker (1864-1926) had eight children and lived in Iowa and Mich. This book also contains early Reist family history, beginning in 1690 with Hans and Barbara Ryser Reist and the "Canadian Connection" and the "Iowa Experiment." Frequent surnames: Buschert, Dettweiler, Reinbold, Reist, Spicer, and Stauffer. (69pp. index. illus. Author, n.d.) $10.00 2522. Where Have All the Roeses Gone? by Marion Roes A 2000 update of the book Descendants of John and Polly Yoder Roes, 1821-1976. Includes information about John's parents and grandparents as well as his descendants. John was born in France in 1821, married

Polly Yoder (of Somerset, Pa.), and settled in Ontario. Surnames: Albrecht, Erb, Gerber, Rose/Rees/Ries/Riss variations, Roggie, Ropp, Widrick, Zehr, etc. (151pp. illus. index. Author, 2001.) $21.75 687. Who Begot Thee? Descendants of Jacob Brubaker of Snyder County, Pa. by Lois Ann Zook This reprint of the 1976 edition (with corrections) begins with Immigrant Abraham Brubacher and covers the descendants of Abraham's grandson, Jacob Hess Brubacher, who lived in what is now Snyder Co., Pa. Surnames: Aucker, Brubaker, Eberly, Graybill, Hendricks, Hoover, Hummel, Kurtz, Landis, Lapp, Martin, Miller, Newswanger, Nolt, Oberholtzer, Ramer, Sensenig, Shellenberger, Stauffer, Wanner, Weaver, Zimmerman. (302pp. illus. Author, 1990 repr. of 1976 ed.) $12.50 133. The William and Lucinda Landes Family of Montgomery County, Ohio by Alva D. Landes William Landes (1850-1923) and Lucinda Smith (18561942) were married in 1875 and had nine children whose families are traced in this book. Surnames: Aukerman, Buechly, Deeter, Flory, Garber, Hess, and Miller. (83pp. Author, 1987.) $6.75 1007. The William H. and Mary P. Lehman Family by James O. Lehman This is a pictorial history and genealogy of Will and Mary Lehman's family of the Sonnenberg-Kidron, Ohio, community. William Henry Lehman (1866-1949) and Mary P. Lehman (1868-1927) had children who married Bixler, Hartzler, Lehman, and Zuercher. (106pp. illus. index. Author, 1992.) $15.00 2220. William H. Flohr Family History by Carl R. Flohr History and genealogy of the Flohr family beginning with Valentine Flohr (b. 1726) of Dover, York Co., Pa., with many illustrations. The book concludes with photos of the 75th Flohr Reunion held July 26, 1998. Frequent surnames included are: Blickenstaff, Burkholder, Diehl, Flohr, Hess, Hill, Lidie, Ridenour, Schildt, and Wise, among others. (608pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $50.00 2328. The Wine Family in America; Section IV by Dennis H. Wine and Donald N. Link This large reference volume on the Wine family in America covers the descendants of Daniel Wine (17771863) of Shenandoah Co., Va. He had earlier lived in Frederick Co., Md., and before that in Lancaster Co., Pa. European background on the Wine family is also shared. Surnames: Berry, Bowman, Brooks, Brown, Campbell, Cupp, Eavers, Fitzgerald, Furr, Garber, Garst, Good, Griffin, Harris, Hilbert, Jones, Kiblinger, Landes, Link, Long, Miller, Myers, Reeves, Reid, Senger, Sheets, Showalter, Smith, Stover, Whisler, White, Williams, Wine, and Wood. (1,010pp. index. illus. hardcover. Donald N. Link, 2000.) $39.95 (Plus an extra $2.00 for shipping.) 1991. Wurtenberg to Warwick: The Wittel Family of Lancaster County by Kim Y. Wittel Three thousand Wittel/Wittle descendants are scattered throughout the U.S. today. This genealogy traces brothers Jacob and Michael Wittel and their families who settled in Lancaster Co., Pa. Surnames: Bashore, Brandt, Bretz, Brosey, Garber, Geib, Greiner, Hartman, Horst, Snyder, Spangler, Weachter. (142pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $19.50 1731. Yoder History, 1700-1970, and Family Record of Abraham A. Yoder and Lydia Miller, 1871-1993 by Christian T. Yoder Abraham (1871-1961) and Lydia Yoder had twelve children and lived in N.D. Besides the genealogy of their descendants, the book includes memories, and Yoder ancestors. Frequent names in index include Bontrager, Mast, Miller, Schrock, Troyer, and Yoder. (344pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1995.) $25.50 2495. Zehr History and Genealogy by Arletha Yoder

This Zehr history begins in Switzerland, continues in France, and is followed to Croghan, N. Y., where many Amish and Mennonite families settled. Old and more recent photos are scattered throughout the book. Many dramatic Zehr family accounts are given to supplement the genealogical data. The author's grandfather came from France in 1850 and settled in Lewis Co., N. Y. (364pp. index. illus. Author, 2001.) $26.00 645. Ziegler Family Record by Jessie Ziegler A revised edition of the 1906 Ziegler Family Record, this book includes new information, an informative historical section with maps, wills, deeds, and over ninety early photos. It covers the descendants of Philip Ziegler (17-180), 176 immigrant, with a 1,000name index; additions by Floyd R. Mason. (672pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1990.) $50.00

and address, phone, fax, e-mail, jurisdiction of the archives, organization of its records, published guides and description of the collection, emigration records, records of churches, civil registration of births, marriages, and deaths, census records of cities and towns, military records. (1,198pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2004.) $85.00 (plus $2.00 additional to shipping charge) 2685. The Ancestry Family Historian's Address Book by Juliana S. Smith Thousands of societies, archives, and other organizations throughout the U.S. are listed in this directory of contact information. The listings in this revised second edition have been updated from Alabama to Wyoming and everywhere in between. (542pp. Ancestry.com, 2003.) $29.95 2191. Becoming an Accredited Genealogist; Plus 100 Tips to Ensure Your Success by Karen Clifford Clifford, an Accredited Genealogist herself, helps you through the process of becoming accredited by the Family History Library in Salt Lake City. In this book she outlines the benefits, describes the knowledge and basic research skills expected of a professional, broadly examines the experience, testing procedures, and application process required to apply for a credential. This volume will help you understand the basic credentialing requirements. (222pp. illus. Ancestry, 1998.) $19.95 2403. The Beginner's Guide to Using Tax Lists by Cornelius Carroll Tax lists can refer to personal property tax lists, tithables, poll lists, land tax lists, and rent rolls. They usually divulge the names of heads of households and other males age 16 or over, as well as valuations of slaves, cattle, horses, and other types of personal property, land taxes, and notes of interest. They can be used not only to trace a family's migration and its taxable property, but also to prove parentage when there are no other records. (60pp. reprint of 1996 ed. Clearfield, 2000.) $15.00 3174. The Best of Roots & Branches by James M. Beidler; ed. by Valerie Gehr This is a collection of varied topics first printed as a genealogy and family history newspaper column on many topics including genealogical records, Germans, case studies, methodology, philosophy, DNA, web sites, and excellent tips. (107pp. James M. Beidler, 2006.) $24.95 2564. Braunschweig, Oldenburg, and Thuringia Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert Here you can find place names in these areas of Germany, especially when you cannot decipher the complete name in an old document. The reverse alphabetical index is a real help in telling the complete name and aiding you in your research. (114pp. GRT Publications, 2002.) $9.95 3010. Carmack's Guide to Copyright and Contracts by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack Written for genealogists in layman's terms, this book helps us to determine what rights we have to our own genealogical discoveries; when do we need to ask someone's permission to reprint their work; what are works in the public domain and how do we find them; and can we tape lectures without the speaker's permission? (119pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 2005.) $15.95 2332. Cemetery Research by Nancy Ellen Carlberg This valuable source for locating cemetery records contains information on how to find addresses of current cemeteries; locate cemetery records published in periodicals; check lists of what to take to the cemetery; how to rub and photograph tombstones; clean and preserve tombstones; pre-1752 dates; locating records by state. (69pp. index. Carlberg Press, 2000.) $10.00 2227. The Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes by William Dollarhide Written by the foremost authority in USA census schedules, The Census Book provides a comprehensive review of censuses and identifies every known index ever published. It gives a complete tabulation of all

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191. A To Zax: A Comprehensive Dictionary for Genealogists and Historians by Barbara Jean Evans Here is a compilation of words, phrases, and abbreviations that researchers are likely to encounter in old manuscripts, documents, books, etc. Thousands of archaic or unfamiliar terms from many sources: medical, geographical, relational, legal, religious, foreign, historical, and more. (300pp. Hearthside Press, 1995.) $14.95 2043. America's Best Genealogy Resource Centers by Ronald Bremer and William Dollarhide Reference book listing the top 600 U.S. genealogy resource centers along with a brief description of their collections. The special collections, surname file, folders, genealogies, periodicals, and county histories available are also mentioned. (139pp. Heritage Quest, 1998.) $15.95 2414. The American Census Handbook by Thomas Jay Kemp The census is, without a doubt, the most used resource for genealogists. While the federal government made several efforts to index these census records, most were not indexed. Until now there has been no guide to all census indexes. Arranged chronologically by year, by geographic area, and by general topics, this handbook covers federal, state, county, and town census records. (580pp. Scholarly Resources, 2000.) $29.95 1905. American Genealogical Research at the DAR, Washington, D.C. by Eric G. Grundset and Stephen B. Rhodes The first comprehensive guidebook to genealogical research in the Daughters of the American Revolution collections at national headquarters. Written by the DAR's library director and assistant library director, it reveals the many genealogical treasures open to all researchers. It describes many subject approaches to genealogical research. (180pp. Nat'l Soc. Dau. of the Am. Rev., 1997.) $25.00 2684. American Surnames by Elsdon C. Smith What does your surname mean? Where did it come from? Discussion on changes of names by immigrants, ethnic names, names indicating nationality, surnames from place names, European names, Asian names, surnames without vowels, surnames from Christian names, landscape names, surnames from history, garbled names, and hyphenated names. Lists 2,000 most common surnames in U.S. today. (290pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 2003 reprint of 1969 ed.) $18.95 2840. Ancestors in German Archives; A Guide to Family History Sources by Raymond S. Wright III This massive complilation surveys all record holdings in about 2,000 public and private archives of the Federal Republic of Germany. Within each state chapter, all entries are arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the city where the archive is located including: name

U.S. Federal Censuses including non-population census schedules and where the records are located today. It includes 29 census extraction forms, 1790-1930, as well as a CD-ROM of the entire book, allowing you to conveniently print forms, search the publication, and quickly navigate to items of interest. (183pp. Heritage Quest, 1999. )$24.95 1804. The Center--A Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Capital Area by Christina K. Schaefer Identifies resources in the Washington, D. C., area that will aid family historians in tracing their ancestors. Each facility lists a survey of key record holdings, with a description of the records, a summary of their contents, an explanation of their organization, and directions for their use. Also a list of published indexes and finding aids, key addresses for mail requests, publications, phone numbers and hours of business. (160pp. illus. maps. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996). $19.95 2706. The Civil War Research Guide by Stephen McManus, Donald Thompson, Thomas Churchill The authors provide a nuts-and-bolts approach to researching ancestors who served in the Civil War. Includes potential sources of information and materials, ideas on organizing the information gathered, and other useful suggestions. Utilizes National Archives in Washington and features little-known publications, websites, auctions, memorabilia dealers, and patriotic organizations. (96pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2003.) $9.95 406. Collecting Dead Relatives by Laverne Galeener-Moore Here you'll meet the people and situations you're familiar with--the Bore, the Blueblood, the Old Master, and the Briefcase Magnet--but this time the meeting will drive you wild with laughter. You'll learn about the latest techniques employed by county clerks in repelling genealogists, about projector fatigue, about acceptable and unacceptable behavior in graveyards. (155pp. illus. Gen. Pub. Co., 1998.) $8.95 2077. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Genealogy by Christine Rose and Kay G. Ingalls Basic reference guide for doing genealogy using cartoon illustrations and occasional helpful tips in side-bars. Here are the essential tools needed to trace your family records, feel confident about interviewing family members, organize photos, money-saving tips, visit courthouses, and more! (328pp. illus. index. Alpha Books, 1997.) $18.95 2767. The Complete Soundex Guide by Willis I. Else Commonly used guidelines to convert surnames to Soundex codes do not always provide the correct code--this book includes older, more detailed and accurate guidelines. This book calls itself "an unofficial supplement to the National Archives Federal Population Census and Immigrant and Passenger Arrivals publications and more," and it truly is just that! (110pp. Closson Press, 2002.) $16.00 704. Concise Genealogical Dictionary by Maurine and Glen Harris A quick-reference source geared to help overcome the one problem most frequently encountered when examining sources--familiar and obsolete terms. Terms found when researching cemetery, probate, court, medical records, . . . (259pp. Ancestry, 1990.) $14.95 153. Confirming a Place of Origin by Kenneth Smith A guide on how one can confirm that he has found the correct place of origin for an immigrant and what constitutes "sufficient" proof. Detailed examples illustrate the points made in the text. (28pp. Author, 1985.) $6.75 2642. County Courthouses of Pennsylvania by Oliver P. Williams A guide to Pennsylvania's 67 county courthouses, with information on each building's history, architectural style, and symbolic features. (244pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2001.) $19.95

2865. Courthouse Research For Family Historians by Christine Rose Step-by-step this resource book will guide you to use and interpret the records in courthouses throughout the country. Illustrated with lots of easy-to-understand info, Rose has untangled the confusing web of legal documents so that researchers can enter a courthouse with confidence. A detailed glossary is especially helpful! (219pp. illus. CR Pub., 2004.) $21.98 884. Directory of Family Associations by Elizabeth Petty Bentley There are many uses for a directory of family associations, but undoubtedly the best use for it is for genealogy--for making contact with family members, sharing information about family history, developing common ground between people of the same surname, arranging reunions, where you connect on the family tree, and where you can go with your own research. (328pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001.) $34.95 2784. Discovering the History of Your House and Your Neighborhood by Betsy J. Green It does not matter which house you live in, but discovering that unique history of both the house and land is just waiting to be uncovered with the help of this book. You will learn how to begin your search; find and contact former owners of your house; discover the architect who designed your house; find the original plans for your house; re-create long-lost woodwork, porches, even historic landscaping; locate building permits; find the origial price of your house; find deeds for your house and land; find old photos of your house; use old maps to learn about your neighborhood; and write your house history. (288pp. illus. index. Santa Monica Press, 2002.) $14.95 852. Do People Grow on Family Trees? Genealogy For Kids and Other Beginners by Ira Wolfman This official Ellis Island Handbook will certainly help you be an ancestor detector. Play sleuth, lawyer, psychologist, geographer, writer, pen pal, and puzzle solver as you learn to conduct an interview, decipher old-fashioned handwriting, interpret names, track down far-flung relatives, dig up documents, sift through archives, and compile a family tree. And along the way, find your very own place in America's melting pot. (179pp. index. illus. Workman Pub., 1991.) $10.95 2235. Dozens of Cousins: Blue Genes, Horse Thieves, and Other Relative Surprises in Your Family Tree by Lois Horowitz Ever wondered who a third cousin once removed is? Lois Horowitz reveals not only how genealogical relationships work, but also how they can be more interesting--and complex--than you may think. (114pp. illus. index. Ten Speed Press, 1999.) $9.95 158. Estate Inventories-- How to Use Them by Kenneth L. Smith Estate inventories provide the researcher with something that genealogical charts and tables cannot--a wonderful glimpse into your ancestor's personal possessions. This inventory lists a deceased person's possessions made at the order of the court charged with settling the estate. Many of these inventories are extant and available to the researcher. Some are long and involved; some are as short as a few lines. This not only tells you how to use estate inventories, but also includes a helpful glossary of uncommon words in courthouse records. (137pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2000.) $12.50 1916. Evidence! Citation & Analysis for the Family Historian by Elizabeth Shown Mills Provides the family history researcher with a reliable standard for both the correct form of source citation and the sound analysis of evidence. The validity of any piece of evidence cannot be analyzed if its source is unknown. Citing a worthless source is an effort that produces worthless results. (124pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001.) $16.95

2658. Family Archeology: Discovering the Family Skeleton and Making It Dance by Freya Ottem Hanson This book challenges the researcher to unearth more about your ancestry by providing practical clues to pursue. Learn about nationality and other ethnic ties, discover the importance of your name, take note of religious preferences, find out about citizenship and what it means, track down military experiences, identify causes that matter to you and your family, and recover ethnic traditions that have shaped your family. (114pp. Heritage Books, 2002.) $17.00 2418. Family Chronicle's Dating Old Photographs, 1840-1929 There are many myths about old photos, but the most common one is that people in isolated rural communities wore fashions that were some years behind those in the cities. The evidence in this book (photos dating back to the 1840s) does not bear this out. Our ancestors changed hairstyles and clothing fashions at least as often as we do today. In most cases this book allows you to date a picture within a five-year time frame. (100pp. illus. Family Chronicle, 2000.) $12.00 2197. Family Chronicle's Introduction to Genealogy Many persons admit having an interest in discovering information about their ancestors, but question, "How do I start?" This book guides the reader in getting started on the right foot and avoiding the common pitfalls. It belongs on every researcher's bookshelf to be used again and again. (184pp. index. Family Chronicle, 1999.) $22.00 2150. Family History Made Easy by Loretto Szucs The author covers the basic tools and provides essential instruction to get you started on your family history adventure. She teaches in a friendly unassuming way, and just like that, family history is made easy. So jump in with both feet and feel the excitement of discovery! (223pp. illus. index. Ancestry, Inc., 1998.) $12.95 2705. The Family Tree Guide Book This genealogy reference book lists information stateby-state on 900 web sites, more than 1,900 Family History Centers, 200 archives and libraries, and 27 in-depth city guides. Helpful to both beginners and experienced genealogists, this book combines genealogy basics with online directories, and region-specific travel information. (240pp. illus. Betterway, 2002.) $19.99 2713. Final Resting Place; Cemetery Research by Linda M. Herrick Cemeteries hold valuable information for those engaged in genealogical research. Besides dates of birth and death, a trip to your ancestor's gravesite may also reveal the place of birth, a nickname, spouse's name, perhaps the number of children, and more. This valuable tool contains practical information related to locating and gleaning information found in cemeteries. (24pp. Origins, 2002.) $8.00 2588. Finding Ancestors in U. S. Census Records by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Matthew Wright A comprehensive guide to understanding and using the U. S. census records. Along with a description of the history and structure of the federal census is a guide to each decennial census. Three appendixes offer a description of major census data providers, major state and national archives with census collections, and specially designed census extraction forms. (276pp. index. Ancestry, 2002.) $16.95 2805. Finding Your German Ancestors; A Beginner's Guide by Kevan M. Hansen A valuable introduction to German records, high-lighting excellent sources to research in Germany or with German records. Also offers a solution to one of the largest dilemmas: shifting national and regional borders which means that the types of records available vary from region to region. (80pp. illus. Ancestry, 1999.) $6.95 1216. Five Steps to Genealogy Publishing: A Guide to Researching, Preparing, Publishing, and Marketing Your Genealogical Publication by Gary Eugene Swinson What will you do with the large amount of family history information you have collected? This

book will help you with the next steps: choosing a topic, organizing information, using good source documentation and innovative indexing, contacting potential buyers, etc. (65pp. index. Author, 1993.) $9.95 1445. Focus on the Past: A Genealogist's Guide to Photography by Kenneth L. Smith An easy-to-understand explanation of cameras, lenses, filters, flashes, films, exposures, and other photographic equipment, this book takes you through photographing tombstones, copying photographs, copying from microfilm readers, developing black and white film, making black and white prints, making color prints, the storage and display of photos, map overlays, . . . (141pp. illus. index. AGLL, 1992.) $15.95 415. Further Undertakings of a Dead Relative Collector by Laverne Galeener-Moore The author penetrates the inner sanctum of American genealogy, smoking out baloney and quackery in the lecture halls, exposing hidden meanings in innocentseeming places. Does she succeed in flushing out flummery and humbug? Read and find out. Third printing. (167pp. illus. Genealogical Pub. Co., 1998.) $9.95 2085. Genealogical Encyclopedia of the Colonial Americas: A Complete Digest of the Records of All the Countries of the Western Hemisphere by Christina K. Schaefer Shows the researcher where to find the most important genealogical records of the colonial period and how to access them guiding beginners and professionals alike to the most direct and reliable route to the colonial records of the Western Hemisphere. (829pp. maps. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $49.95 1450. Genealogist's Address Book by Elizabeth Petty Bentley The Genealogist's Address Book is a national Yellow Pages, classified by subject, cross-referenced, and alphabetized. Gives names, addresses, phone numbers, fax numbers, e-mail addresses, web sites, etc., of more than 25,000 libraries, archives, genealogical societies, research centers, periodicals, book sellers, etc. (783pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., Inc., 2005.) $49.99 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 1335. The Genealogist's Companion & Sourcebook by Emily Croom This hands-on guide shows you how to get past the obstacles genealogists face: public records lost to fire or flood, church and funeral home records, government documents, court records, newspapers, and the wealth of primary and secondary sources. The appendices include census forms, a family group sheet, and information on major libraries, archives, lending libraries, publishers. (227pp. index. Betterway Books, 1994.) $16.99 2420. A Genealogist's Guide to Discovering Your Germanic Ancestors: How to Find and Record Your Unique Heritage by S. Chris Anderson and Ernest Thode In an easy-to-use format, this book provides background history to help one understand and place one's ancestor's emigration in context. It illustrates the logical progression of genealogical research providing word lists, form letters, archival listings, document examples (in script), and Family History Library information to help one trace one's German heritage. (191pp. illus. Betterway Pubs., 2000.) $18.99 630. The Genealogist's Guide to Fraktur: For Genealogists Researching German-American Families by Corinne Earnest and Beverly R. Hoch This book helps genealogists read Fraktur and early decorated manuscripts made by and for Pa. Germans in the mid-Atlantic states, often written in the Pa. "Dutch" dialect. It also helps family historians understand how vital primary sources are to their research. (48pp. index. Russell Earnest, 1990.) $14.95 1411. A Genealogist's Guide to Pennsylvania Records by Helen Hutchison Woodroofe Originally published in the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, this alphabetical county-by-county listing of Pa. genealogical research materials includes

an appendix of county information (date organized, county seat, etc.). (464pp. Gen. Soc. of Pa., 1994.) $39.95 662. Genealogy Helps, Hints, & Hope by John W. Heisey A series of weekly newspaper columns on genealogy, this book is very helpful for all genealogists. Read about family records, genealogical correspondence, tombstone inscriptions, church records, military and pension records. Learn how to use The National Archives, the Library of Congress, the DAR Library, as well as local libraries and societies. Suggestions on starting a genealogical society, rubbing gravestones, beginning a family reunion, etc. (147pp. Masthof Press, 1995.) $8.50 2198. Genealogy Made Easy by Karen V. Sipe This simple, concise book is the perfect guide for people who would love to know more about their ancestors but are uncertain about where to begin. The author explains how to get started by locating a variety of records, consulting genealogical societies, organizing and storing your research, developing family history charts, and much more. (28pp. Dover Pub., 1998.) $3.95 1220. Genealogy Starter Kit by William Dollarhide Written as a beginner's guide to American genealogy, this is also helpful to experienced researchers as a handy guide to essential information sources. A variety of forms and charts, designed and produced by Dollarhide, end the book. (48pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1998 second edition.) $9.95 3013. Genetic Genealogy DNA Testing Dictionary by Charles F. Kerchner, Jr. Definitions of words, terms, acronyms, abbreviations, and pronunciation guide for esoteric words used in Genetic Genealogy DNA testing to aid traditional genealogical research. Contains hundreds of definitions and figures--all a great resource for beginners in this rapidly evolving new field created by genealogists by using genetics, and in particular DNA testing, to aid their traditional genealogical research. (70pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $9.95 1705. Genetics and You by John F. Jackson Explains in simple understandable language the sometimes baffling principles of genetics that underlie genetic disorder, genetic counseling, the importance of constructing a family pedigree, and the latest methods of prenatal diagnosis. A glossary of terms reduces to everyday language difficult technical jargon. (92pp. ind. illus. hardcover. Humana Press, 1996.) $19.95 1615. Getting Started: How to Begin Researching Your Family History by Anne Ross Balhuizen A beginner's manual on going to archives, courthouses, libraries; researching by mail; using family histories, journals, vital records and newspapers; as well as organizing your material and preparing it for the future. (104pp. Ye Olde Gen. Shoppe, 1994.) $12.50 3153. Getting Started in Genealogy ONLINE by William Dollarhide Learn how and where to find sources online to trace your family tree in this handy resource providing in one convenient source the names and web addresses of all essential record repositories. (64pp. illus. Gen. Pub. Co., 2006.) $12.95 461. A Graveyard Preservation Primer by Lynette Strangstad Explains step by step how to preserve small-to-midsized graveyard. In-depth coverage of stone conservation is included--with recommendations on what should or should not be done. Stunning photos of stones before and after preservation. (126pp. illus. index. Altamira Press, 1995.) $24.95 2120. The Great War: A Guide to the Service Records of All the World's Fighting Men and Volunteers by Christina K. Schaefer

This ambitious effort to catalog service records and related sources is international in scope, covering the soldiers of all countries participating in the war, from Britain, Germany, and France to Russia, Canada, and the United States; and from India, Australia, and Japan to South Africa and Brazil. A particularly useful section of the book describes the general organization of military records, the organization of those records in specific countries, and the condition of the records. (204pp. illus. index. hardcover. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1998.) $22.50 371. Guide to Genealogical Sources at the Pennsylvania State Archives by Robert M. Dructor Describes in detail public manuscripts and microfilm holdings that have genealogical potential, including passenger lists, naturalization records, county records, prison populations, registers, and family papers. (374pp. Pa. Hist. & Mus. Comm., 1997.) $14.95 2714. Guide to Newspaper Research; "Newspapers Have More Than Just Obituaries" by Wendy Uncapher A practical guide to the use of newspapers in genealogical research. Topics include What to Find in Newspapers, How to Locate Your Newspaper, Evaluate Your Findings, Eight Steps of Newspaper Research and more. (22pp. Origins, 2003.) $8.00 2594. Guide to 1930 Pennsylvania City and County Directories Researchers can now locate city and county directories for use with 1930 U. S. census. This guide contains an alphabetical listing of every municipality listed in Pa. city and county directories and also contains a bibliography of city directory types. (approx. 60pp. Gen. Soc. of Pa., 2002.) $12.50 1144. Guide to Photographs at the Pennsylvania State Archives by Linda A. Ries A comprehensive guide to the collections, which include an estimated 350,000 photographs. The guide is arranged by record groups (those which contain photographic materials), and describes the type and extent of photographic resources contained in each. (229pp. illus. index. Pa. Hist. and Museum Comm., 1993.) $9.95 1551. Guide to the Mortgages of the General Loan Office of the Province of Pennsylvania, 1724-1756 by James M. Duffin This compilation provides easy access to a valuable resource and contains more than 4,400 entries, including residence and occupation of mortgagor, location and size of mortgaged property, improvement status, etc. Mortgages are from the City of Philadelphia and the counties of Philadelphia, Chester and Bucks, as well as other counties created prior to 1756, such as Lancaster and Northampton. (142pp. index. Gen. Soc. of Pa., 1995.) $17.95 1341. Handbook for Research in American History by Francis Paul Prucha Many references are studied, both electronic and more traditional including libraries, bibliographies, catalogs, periodicals, manuscript guides, newspapers, theses, printed documents of the Federal government, National Archives, guides to legal sources, geographical guides, dictionaries, encyclopedias, . . . (214pp. index. Univ. of Neb. Press, 1994.) $9.95 1454. The Handy Book for Genealogists This 10th edition updates and expands on this standard resource work for genealogists, both amateur and professional. Updates the data for U.S. counties, where many genealogically valuable records are kept, includes expanded data on resources for family historians at the federal level, and sees the return of the section devoted to international genealogy, with information on resources from more countries than ever before. Extensive updating on internetbased resources. (896pp. hardcover. Everton Pub., 2002.) $59.95 2572. Hanover Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes by Roger P. Minert, Ph.D., A.G. If your ancestor lived in Hanover, Germany, here is a

list of towns in that province that may help you in your research. Or perhaps you have a torn document that provides only the last part of the town name. Here you can look up the place name in the reverse alphabetical index. (114pp. GRT Pubs., 2002.) $9.95. 1503. How to Become A Professional Genealogist by Carolyn Billingsley and Desmond Walls Allen If you're an advanced researcher, you have probably thought about doing research for others. This book answers questions about assessing your skills and strengths to decide if client work is for you. Suggestions about trial clients, advertising, writing reports, contracts, invoices, and specialization are introduced. (26pp. Research Associates, 1994.) $5.95 166. How to Climb Your Family Tree, Genealogy for Beginners by Harriet Stryker-Rodda This seems to be the best "how-to" book on the market, as it shows the beginner where to start in his research, how to find clues in family keepsakes, and how to best use public and private records. It does more than hold the reader's attention, but also broadens his knowledge in a fun, exciting, detective manner. (144pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1992.) $8.95 2437. How to DNA Test Our Family Relationships by Terrence Carmichael and Alexander Kuklin Condensed guide provides information about parentage testing using DNA technology, studying and validating distant family relationships, and investigating your family's history by employing modern biology techniques. Read how to test your DNA and answer questions of your true historic identity, ethnicity, religion, and even geographical origin. (160pp. illus. AceN Press, 2000.) $19.99 1028. How to Get the Most Out of Death Certificates by Carolyn Earle Billingsley and Desmond Walls Allen Just when you thought you knew everything about analyzing a death certificate, this booklet suggests dozens of clues you should not overlook and suggestions for follow-up. A systematic checklist. (22pp. Research Associates, 1991.) $5.95 2313. How to Plot Land Surveys: A Basic Primer for Drawing Deeds, Surveys, and Other Land Descriptions by Neal O. Hively This how-to book explains the basic theory and process of hand drafting a land survey description. (66pp. illus. Author, 2000.) $12.50 167. How to Prepare and Publish Your Family History by Louise Mathews Everton Some hints and guidelines to anyone thinking about publishing. Chapter titles include: Putting it Together, Publishing Your Book, and Distribution. (15pp. Everton Publishers, n. d.) $2.95 1096. How to Publish and Market Your Family History by Carl Boyer III A complete description of process of publishing a profitable book on family history, this volume covers everything from format to typestyles, dealing with book manufacturers and writing specifications to getting a copyright and selling your book. (160pp. hardcover. index. Author, 1993.) $17.50 168. How to Publish Your Genealogy: A Step by Step Procedure From Notes to Printed Book by L. J. McGrady Many genealogists approach the task of publishing with trepidation. Mr. McGrady presents very practical and down-to-earth advice for these first-time writers, with a number of ideas of considerable value to those already experienced in writing. (72pp. Author, 1997.) $12.00 1432. Indexing Genealogy Publications by Josh Reeder Written specifically for genealogists writing family histories, newsletters, cookbooks, and other genealogy publications, because genealogists have their own special circumstances when it comes to indexing primarily due to the repetition of the same names. Numerous tips are given to index and size book. (48pp. Russell Earnest Assoc., 1994.) $11.90

614. International Vital Records Handbook by Thomas J. Kemp Getting copies of vital records, passports, and social security records is often difficult and time consuming without the proper forms. This th edition offers a complete and up-to-date collection of vital records application forms from countries around the world. Simply photocopy and complete the form. (616pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $34.95 668. Kinship: It's All Relative by Jackie Smith Arnold Explains the kinship connection of orphans, foundlings, foster children, and adopted children. It even explains the blood relationship of children conceived through in vitro fertilization or surrogacy. If kinship is the question--here is an authoritative source to read. (123pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $9.95 2157. Legacy; A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Personal History by Linda Spence Through supportive coaching, stimulating questions, shared memories, and evocative photographs, the process of producing a personal history becomes both intriguing and engaging.(181pp. illus. Ohio University Press, 1997.)$14.95 2409. Locating Lost Family Members & Friends by Kathleen W. Hinckley In today's information age, there are more ways to find missing people than ever before, but how can you make sure your sources are accurate? Locating Lost Family Members & Friends includes quick reference lists, tables, and charts that make it easy to locate the crucial documentation. You'll find sources to access birth and death certificates, marriage and divorce records, licenses and registration, telephone and city directories, and using the Internet. (174pp. index. Betterway Books, 1999.) $18.99 2787. Locating Your Roots: Discover Your Ancestors Using Land Records by Patricia Law Hatcher One of the strongest motivators for American immigration was land. It is no surprise then that land records, including deeds, grants, mortgages, wills, and more, comprise some of the most common and reliable documents available to genealogists. Hatcher shows where to find land records and how to use them to prove ancestry and family relationships, find new avenues of research, and discover how your ancestors lived. (220pp. Betterway Books.) $21.99 2455. Long-Distance Genealogy by Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer How does a researcher obtain records or copies of original records? Valuable tips are given on the Internet, periodicals, books, and CD-ROMS. There is a section on hiring a professional genealogist. Several lists of useful addresses for correspondence are also included. (246pp. index. Betterway Books, 2000.) $18.99 172. Managing a Genealogical Project by William Dollarhide Not a how-to book but rather a book that focuses on a particular method of organizing research materials. It takes you from the preliminary note-gathering stage of your research to the final presentation of your work. A set of master forms is included, which may be photocopied as often as needed. A completely fresh approach to genealogy, designed for beginner and experienced alike. (96pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1999.) $14.95 2025. Maryland Genealogical Library Guide by John W. Heisey Names, addresses, telephone numbers, and a short description of 250 libraries in Maryland that house genealogical information for researchers. Well-known libraries as well as the lesser-known depositories appear here in an easy-to-use format. (59pp. index. Masthof Press, 1998.) $7.50 1807. A Medical Miscellany for Genealogists by Dr. Jeanette L. Jerger This fascinating book clarifies obscure medically-related terms likely to be encountered by genealogical researchers. Includes terms related to myth and magic, and European, Asian, African, and Native American folk wisdom. (178pp. Heritage Books, 1995.) $22.00

Mennonite Family History Surname Index A listing of names and addresses of persons researching Mennonite, Amish, and Brethren surnames. An excellent reference source for anyone researching Mennonites, Brethren, and/or Amish. 2318. (VI, 2000 edition.) $6.50 2737. (VII, 2003 edition.) $5.00 3188. (VIII, 2006 edition.) $5.00 2922. Michigan Genealogy; Sources and Resources by Carol McGinnis This second edition sourcebook to help researchers find their Michigan ancestors, identified records on the state and regional levels, and then the county level, providing details of vital records, court and land records, military records, newspapers, and census records. (496pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2005.) $35.00 175. Military Genealogical Sources by John Heisey This book sheds light on how much information can be obtained on one's family in military records and related sources. These records should also be considered for Mennonite families who have brothers, cousins, or nephews who were in the Army, Navy, Marine Corps. (44pp. Heritage House, 1986.) $10.00 3178. More Brickwall Solutions To Genealogy Problems A collection of short articles on genealogical topics that will surely provide clues for further investigation into your family research. Packed with stories on how to overcome your genealogy brickwall. (172pp. Family Chronicle, 2004.) $15.00 3176. More Dating Old Photographs, 1840-1929 Samples of old photos dating from the 180s to the 190s are used here to compare your undated photos--it is possible to match clothing and hairstyles to pinpoint dates. Hand-colored photos are discussed. The 1-page illustrated introduction by expert Maureen Taylor is also helpful. (117pp. illus. Family Chronicle.) $16.00 1936. My Sixteen: A Self-Help Guide to Finding Your Sixteen Great-Great-Grandparents by Robert W. Marlin Contains essential how-to information on obtaining and understanding primary records such as birth, marriage, and death certificates; how to use census records, street directories, computer genealogy, etc. Also includes tips and shortcuts learned first-hand. (229pp. illus. index. Land Yacht Press, 1997.) $14.95 176. Newspaper Genealogical Column Directory by Anita Cheek Milner Data based on each column include: by-line and address, research area covered, newspaper(s) in which column appears, frequency of the column, date of the column's first publication, requirements and charges for queries, availability of back issues and indexes, etc. New for this edition is the inclusion of computer e-mail; addresses when available. All known genealogical columns in the U.S. are alphabetically arranged by state and county, and cross-referenced for easy use. (110pp. Heritage Books, 1996.) $14.00 1192. Newspaper Research by C. Lloyd Hosman What is available in newspaper research: birth and death notices, obituaries, marriage notices, divorces, family reunions, etc. Even social activities, sheriff's sales, etc., can provide the clues you need. Included are lists of newspapers published and available repositories. (26pp. Heritage House, 1986.) $8.00 470. Nicknames: Past and Present by Christine Rose A list of nicknames for given names used in the past and present time. Includes Dutch/Frisian given names with English equivalents. The alphabetical list of names and nicknames is cross-indexed. Useful in checking indices with index by first name; also important in determining if two people are the same person. (67pp. Rose Family Association, 2002.) $8.95 3180. Numbering Your Genealogy; Basic Systems, Complex Families, and International Kin by Joan Ferris Curran, Madilyn Coen Crane, and John H. Wray Different numbering systems are analyzed and explained for you to choose your preference. Also explained are surname changes, step relationships, adoption, multiple immigrants, etc. Very helpful! (34pp. NGS, 1999.) $8.00

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2699. 101 Questions About Copyright Law by Andrew Alpern Updated to reflect recent changes in copyright law, this guide can save readers time, trouble, and expensive attorney's fees. It defines many aspects of the U.S. copyright law and offers general advice in an easy-to-follow question-and-answer format, all refreshingly free of legal jargon. Information also included on rights to digital recordings, CD-ROMS, and Internet material. (80pp. Dover, 2003.) $3.95 1299. Organizing Archival Records: A Practical Method and Description for Small Archives by David W. Carmichael A how-to guide for community and church groups and historical societies. This clear, concise guide for cataloging and conserving records includes step-by-step instructions, illustrations. (53pp. index. Pa. Hist. & Mus. Comm., 1993.) $9.95 2424. Organizing Your Family History Search: Efficient and Effective Ways to Gather and Protect Your Genealogical Research by Sharon DeBartolo Carmack This book will show you how to reduce the ever mounting piles of paper, books, and other materials, so you can spend more time researching and less time hunting for information lost somewhere on your desk or computer. Easy-to-copy charts, forms, and checklists take you through every step. It helps you create filing systems, plan productive research trips, develop a storage system for CD-ROMS, and other necessities. (150pp. Betterway Books, 1999.) $17.99 2670. Orphan Trains and Their Precious Cargo by Clark Kidder Scrapbooks compiled by the Rev. Herman Clarke who worked for the Children's Aid Society are the basis of this book containing thought-provoking photos and narrative to give the warm story of thousands of homeless, abandoned, and orphaned children placed in foster homes throughout the U.S. (368pp. illus. index. Heritage Books, 2001.) $26.95 1559. An Ounce of Preservation: A Guide to the Care of Papers and Photographs by Craig A. Tuttle Provides a concise discussion of the causes of paper and photo deterioration, including temperature, humidity, fungi, insects, rodents, etc. The types of items which can be preserved include letters, books, posters, certificates, journals, scrapbooks, photos, slides, and more. Techniques are included for the repair and cleaning of mildly damaged items. (111pp. illus. index. Rainbow Books, 1995.) $12.95 180. Our Family, Our Town Chapters describe family and local history sources available at the National Archives: census schedules, ship passenger lists, court documents, military pension records, etc., with illustrations interspersed throughout. (232pp. hardcover. National Archives, 1987.) $20.00 1239. Pennsylvania Genealogical Library Guide by John W. Heisey Names, addresses, telephone numbers, and a short description of over 400 libraries in Pa. that house genealogical information appear in this handbook-- a must for every genealogist who has ancestors from Pa. Well-known libraries as well as the lesser-known depositories which may have that hidden piece of information for your family tree. (85pp. index. Masthof Press, 1997.) $8.50 2758. Perfect Digital Photos in a Snap: The Quick and Easy Guide to Taking and Making Perfect Digital Photographs--Every Time by Martin Gisborne A beginner's guide to digital photography offers coverage of selecting a camera, manipulating images, applying special effects, and using digital photos for such projects as calendars, scrapbooks, personal archives, and web sites. (192pp. hardcover. Reader's Digest Books, 2003.) $26.95 182. Photographing Your Heritage by Wilma Shull Your camera can help in countless ways to add a bit of sparkle to your written family legacy, and you do not need to spend a lot of money to do so. Topics like

photographing documents in a library, gravestones, heirlooms, copying photographs, buying a camera, and traveling with your camera are explained. (128pp. Ancestry, 1988.) $10.95 183. Pitfalls in Genealogical Research by Milton Rubincam A must for everyone, this easy-to-read book alerts us to the mistakes and frauds in genealogy. Chapter titles include: Similar Surnames, Family Traditions, Problem Dates, 1752 Calendar Change, Interpretation of Terms, Coat of Arms Craze, Fraudulent Pedigrees, Yearning for Royal Ancestry, and Reviewing Periodicals. (74pp. Ancestry, 1987.) $7.95 1772. A Preservation Guide: Saving the Past and the Present for the Future by Barbara Sagraves The typical genealogical researcher may accumulate an expansive collection of documents, photos, books, films, videotapes, computer disks, and other media. This book is designed to teach how to protect these materials against chemical and physical deterioration for future reference. (48pp. illus. Ancestry, Inc., 1995.) $6.95 2554. Preserving Your Family Photographs by Maureen A. Taylor Here you will learn how to preserve, organize, and store photos for future generations--how to care for family photos, identify different types of damage, learn basic conservation techniques, buy the proper storage materials, and then organize the family photo display for all to see. (246pp. illus. Betterway Pub., 2001.) $19.99 1773. Producing a Quality Family History by Patricia Law Hatcher Self publishing has become the norm for family history books. The author clarifies the mystique of first-time publishing. She wisely suggests that the researcher write the text as the research progresses, continually updating and correcting. From the beginning of the research process to the binding process, good ideas are presented in this well-organized book. (286pp. index. Ancestry, Inc., 1996.) $19.95 2486. Professional Genealogy: A Manual for Researchers, Writers, Editors, Lecturers, and Librarians edited by Elizabeth Shown Mills A manual by professionals for everyone serious about genealogy. For family historians who want to do their own study, reliably, it describes the standards. For hobbyists, attorneys, and medical scientists who seek professional researchers, it's a consumer guide that defines quality and facilitates choices. This is for those persons who dream of turning a fascinating hobby into a successful career. (680pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001). $44.95 2030. Proof Before You Publish: 21 Checklists for Proofreading Genealogy Publications by Corinne and Russell D. Earnest Checklists that ensure your publication is accurate and that it is read easily include practical tips on how to proofread names, dates, and locations; check punctuation, capitalization, and spelling; ensure consistency; catch typographical errors; proofread indexes;

and proofread facts, figures, etc. This book points out common errors you should watch for and how to avoid errors specific to genealogy publications. (40pp. Russell Earnest Assoc., 1997.) $11.80 3110. QuickSheet Citing Online Historical Resources-- Evidence! Style compiled by Elizabeth Shown Mills Online sources over the internet can be a fantastic goldmine for researchers. How does one cite them? This laminated card makes it easy to identify authors, creators, and website titles, in order to document research discovered in these databases. Learn how to access and document records found in the Society Security Death Index, vital records, passenger lists, newsletters, newspapers, land-entry records, historical records, digital articles and books, and census records. (4pp. illus. laminated cardstock. Gen. Pub. Co., 2005.) $6.00 2249. Reading Early American Handwriting by Kip Sperry Designed to teach you how to read and understand the handwriting found in documents commonly used in genealogical research, this book explains techniques for reading early American documents. (289pp. illus. Gen. Pub. Co., Inc., 1998.) $29.99 3181. Research in Pennsylvania by Kay Haviland Freilich A short overview of what is available for genealogists in the state of Pennsylvania. It includes some early history, names of libraries/archives/societies, sources for church records and public records, and lots more. (34pp. NGS, 2003.) $6.50 618. The Researcher's Guide to American Genealogy by Val D. Greenwood Instructs the timeless principles of genealogical research, identifies the various classes of records employed in that research, groups them in convenient tables and charts, gives their location, explains their uses, and evaluates each of them in the context of the research process. (676pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $29.95 1196. Researching Church Records in America by Ray Gooldy The importance of church records, what to look for (cemetery, membership lists, christening, . . .) how to find ancestors in church records, when major denominations were established in the U.S., a list of archives by denomination, and more are found in this book. (14pp. Ye Olde Gen. Shoppe, 1993.) $7.00 2412. Researching in Salt Lake City by Nancy Ellen Carlberg A must book for anyone planning a research trip to Salt Lake City, Utah, to do genealogy, this informative and comprehensive guide contains a wealth of tips on how to use the Family History Library. It also suggests how to prepare before visiting the library, how to get there, what to look for, what not to expect to find, how to schedule your time, rules to follow, using the library by mail, and more. (260pp. Carlberg Press, 1997.) $20.00

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1721. Revolutionary War Bounty Land Grants Awarded by State Governments by Lloyd DeWitt Bockstruck After the Revolutionary War, Congress awarded bounty lands to citizens and soldiers for services rendered during the war. But nine states adopted similar policies. Unlike federal bounty land records, however, records of state bounty land awards are not centralized; instead, they are found in the various states in the form of manuscript records and printed books and are all but inaccessible to the researcher. Until now, that is! Here is a master index to state bounty land records. About 35,000 names appear in the index. (636pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996.) $45.00 1469. Searching American Military Records by Fran Carter Where can a researcher locate military records on our country's wars? This book tells what is available at the National Archives including the branch libraries, how to interpret the congressional actions affecting those persons who served in the Revolutionary War, pension acts, obtaining pension and bounty land warrants, compiled service records, loyalist records, veterans' homes, national cemeteries, burial grounds, etc. (62pp. maps. AGLL, 1993.) $7.95 1470. Searching American Probate Records by Fran Carter Defines and explains wills and their place in the probate process, relationships, the law of primogeniture, and the court system. (60pp. charts. AGLL, 1993.) $7.95 1243. Searching on Location: Planning a Research Trip by Anne Ross Balhuizen An informative guide to planning and achieving a successful research trip, using the author's fifteen years of experience in methodologies, tips, and even a check-list to ensure that your precious research time is optimized to the fullest. Contains suggestions on how to prepare for the trip as well as using historical societies, libraries, churches, courthouses, cemeteries, etc. (102pp. Ancestry, 1992.) $9.95 2100. Skeletons in Your Closet: Deciding the Fate of Family Secrets by Russell and Corinne Earnest We all have skeletons in our closet. But what do you do with them? This book helps family historians decide how to best handle family secrets and embarrassments with honesty and sensitivity. (40pp. Russell D. Earnest Assoc., 1998.) $10.95 1522. Social Security Applications: A Genealogical Resource by Desmond Walls Allen and Carolyn Billingsley This booklet contains information, an example, and an order form for copies of Social Security application forms and tells about other sources and services potentially helpful to genealogists. Notes about R.R. Retirement and deciphering Social Security numbers. (18pp. Research Associates, 1995.) $5.95 187. The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy by Loretto Dennis Szucs and Sandra Hargreaves Luebking Provides an intelligent and thorough exposure to information sources of all kinds. Created for use by genealogists at all levels of skill and experience. Invaluable to researchers for its originality of information, its detailed introduction to the latest in research techniques, and its creative suggestions on ways to utilize existing data. (834pp. hardcover. Ancestry, 1997.) $49.95 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 1111. State Census Records by Ann S. Lainhart Comprehensive list of census records shows that systematic research in state records, previously thought to be next to impossible, is now not only possible but easy. State by state, year by year, often county by county and district by district, Lainhart shows the researcher what is available in state census records, where it is available, and what one might expect to find in the way of data. (116pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1997.) $18.95 1474. Successful Genealogy by Diane Dieterle The beginner's text for genealogists that you have been waiting for! Gives tried and true methods for success in

genealogical research in a fun, easy-to-follow format. Includes master forms and a plan for keeping your work in order. (150pp. AGLL, 1995.) $12.95 190. The Sunny Side of Genealogy by Fonda Baselt You are sure to enjoy this booklet filled with humorous selections on family trees, family roots, family skeletons, and anything that makes genealogists laugh! (101pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1988.) $9.95 1524. Surnames: Determining Origins with Biographical and Ethnic References by Diane Snyder Ptak Contains list of biographical indices, library biographical indices, religious biographical, and periodical indices. Ethnic references include Canadian, German, Hebrew/Jewish, Irish, Polish, Swiss, and more. Helpful addresses also included. (27pp. Author, 1995.) $18.50 1370. Surnames: Their Meanings and Origins by Diane Snyder Ptak Locating the ancestral origins of your immigrant is much more efficient with this handy reference. The major types of surnames are described with examples and spelling variations. Nationwide name and emigrant lists that identify origins and locations of a name are also included. Twenty-five countries are represented. (30pp. Author, 1993.) $18.50 2167. They Became Americans: Finding Naturalization Records and Ethnic Origins by Loretto Dennis Szucs Addresses the complexities of naturalization records in a straight forward discussion. Dozens of illustrations and example documents enhance the reading and simplify the search for these unique sources of Americana. (294pp. illus. index. Ancestry, Inc., 1998.) $19.95 702. They Came in Ships: Finding Your Immigrant Ancestor's Arrival Record by John Philip Colletta Virtually every American can find an ancestor whose name lies hidden in a ship's passenger list. Completely revised and expanded, this book will take you step by step through the records, demonstrating how to use the available indexes and alternative resources to find the ship passenger list that bears your ancestor's name. (176pp. Ancestry, Inc., 2002.) $12.95 796. Tombstones of Your Ancestors by Louis Schafer Techniques of tombstone photographing, chalking, tracing, rubbing, etc., are explained in detail as the reader learns how to create a clear reproduction of a grave marker's message. The author provides lists of commonly-used abbreviations, definitions of Latin phrases, and an explanation of different dating systems to aid the reader in deciphering epitaphs. (160pp. index. Heritage Books, 1991.) $18.00 2929. Tracing Your Colonial Ancestor by Nancy Ellen Carlberg How do you trace your ancestor who came to America before 1775? This guide will make that search a little easier with many how-tos and references on: calendar change, time lines, estimating ages, handwriting, tax lists, family Bibles, emigration/church/cemetery/court/ land/probate/occupational/apprentice/military/voting/ census records, newspapers, and chapters on each of the original thirteen colonies; plus much more. (532pp. Carlberg Press, 2002.) $30.00 (Plus an additional $1.00 for shipping.) 1478. 200 Years of U.S. Census Taking: Population and Housing Questions, 1790 to 1990 Originally published by the U.S. Bureau of Census, this book shows the nation's changing interests and data needs as well as information on its people, the government, and the economy. Emphasis has moved from basic head counts to concern about data on housing, employment, income, transportation, ethnicity, migration. (109pp. AGLL, 1992.) $9.95 2410. Uncovering Your Ancestry Through Family Photographs by Maureen A. Taylor This illuminating guide shows you how to unlock the precious stories hidden within the details of your family photos. Identify and verify the people in your photos,

using details such as poses, props, and print material to determine dates and places. Create worksheets for every photo that confirm and validate your findings. With this book your photos will reveal more about your genealogy than before. (140pp. illus. Betterway Books, 2000.) $18.99 1728. Understanding and Using Baptismal Records by John T. Humphrey An in-depth study of baptismal practice and the recording of baptismal information in late 17th- and early 18th-century Colonial America.Through carefully researched and documented examples, the author provides lost pieces to elusive genealogical puzzles and offers valuable hints for rewarding exploration into the mysteries of baptismal records--where to look, what you should expect to find, why you cannot find what you are "sure" should be there. (166pp. illus. index. Author, 1996.) $17.95 2072. Understanding Colonial Handwriting by Harriet Stryker-Rodda This indispensable guide deals with those thorny problems of reading and interpreting colonial handwriting. Examples of colonial letter forms and script, showing the letter forms in process of development and marking the way they differ from later letter forms, are shown. It is all very well to locate original records, but to read them correctly is another matter altogether. (26pp. Genealogical Publishing Co., 2002.) $6.00 831. Unlocking the Secrets in Old Photographs by Karen Firsch-Ripley Insight and helpful suggestions in using your old photographs to obtain more information about your family history appear here. In chapters such as Identifying the Family, Dating Photographs, and Recognizing Types of Photographs, the reader will find clues that may lead them to other areas which may open a whole new area of research. Care and restoration and locating family photographs are also addressed. (190pp. illus. index. Ancestry, 1991.) $16.95 3179. Unlocking Your Genetic History by Dr. Thomas H. Shawker This is a step-by-step guide to discover your family's medical and genetic heritage including predispositions to specific diseases, how to confirm your ancestral connections through genetic testing, and understanding DNA breakthroughs as reported in today's headlines. (305pp. illus. Rutledge Hill Press, 2004). $19.99 194. Unpuzzling Your Past: The Best-Selling Basic Guide to Genealogy by Emily Anne Croom This 4th edition book will make your genealogical detective work easier. Contains interview formats, sample letters, work sheets, multi-generation forms, census extraction forms from 1790 through 1930, a comprehensive resource section, and case studies. Some chapters in this third edition have been expanded: public sources, censuses, courthouse records, federal government resources, and computers in genealogy. (278pp. index. illus. Betterway Books, 2001.) $18.99 2038. The Unpuzzling Your Past Workbook by Emily Anne Croom This book is a collection of blank forms and instructions on how to use them for genealogists to keep their research organized and documented. The forms can be easily removed and duplicated. Included are forms for census checks to follow one ancestor through all the censuses, military record checklist, research planning worksheet, deed index, marriage index, interview forms, family group sheets, and more. (320pp. Writer's Digest Books, 1996.) $16.99 1680. U.S. Catholic Sources: A Diocesan Research by Virginia Humling Individuals with U.S. Roman Catholic ancestry will find this guide indispensable. For every archdiocese and diocese in the U.S., this guide identifies the available records (not by parish name) and a contact person for most locations. Additional libraries with Catholic records are also included. (112pp. Ancestry, 1995.) $19.95 1372. U.S. Military Records: A Guide to Federal and State Sources by James C. Neagles There is a wealth of genealogical and historical infor-

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mation (Colonial America to the present) waiting to be discovered by today's researchers--enlistment forms, muster rolls, pension applications--all of which contain detailed personal data and priceless links to people and places. This is a reference book with lots of details to help you find this valuable information. (455pp. hardcover. Ancestry, 1994.) $39.95 1989. Virtual Roots 2.0; A Guide to Genealogy and Local History on the World Wide Web by Thomas Jay Kemp A revised and updated directory of more than 1,000 of the best genealogy and local history sites on the web. Accompanied with a CD-ROM that includes hot links to all the sites in the book, all that is necessary is to simply click on the link and instantly one will be taken to the site you have chosen. (311pp. Scholarly Resources, 2003.) $29.95 2411. The Weekend Genealogist: Timesaving Techniques For Effective Research by Marcia Yannizze Melnyk You've got the desire. You've got the drive. What you don't have is the time. This book shows you how to get the most out of whatever time you have available. You'll also learn how to create an information network with your fellow genealogists. (134pp. index. Betterway Books, 2000.) $18.99 2521. What Did They Mean By That? A Dictionary of Historical and Genealogical Terms, Old and New by Paul Drake Records of the merchants, court legislators, and churches, as well as the everyday expressions of the common men and women (ticking and icebox, stadle and squabpie), appear here. (Combines previous volumes one and two.) (334pp. illus. Heritage Books, 2000.) $30.00 1166. The What Shall I Write Handbook: For Editors of Family and Genealogy Society Newsletters by Corinne Earnest Includes over 400 article ideas relevant to family and genealogy society newsletters, ideas for fills and graphics, proofreading tips, suggestions for design and layout, an 11-page glossary of print media terms, editorial guidelines, and more. Copyrighting a family history, improved recordkeeping, and learning from household inventories are a few of the suggested topics. (80pp. Russell D. Earnest Assoc., 1992). $14.85 2704. What's in a Name? by Leonard R. N. Ashley Learn about name trends and fashions, name crazes, middle names and nicknames, married names, place names, street names, good names and bad names, psychology of names, naming practices around the world, personal factors in naming, tips for giving a child a good name, and what names tell us about ourselves. (265pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000 reprint of 1996 corrected ed.) $17.95 1528. Where to Write For Confederate Pension Records by Desmond Walls Allen Are you confused about sources for copies of Confederate pensions? This book answers questions about each state's records that granted pensions to CSA veterans--index arrangement, copy costs, where to write, etc. (14pp. Research Associates, 1994.) $5.95 1045. Where to Write For County Maps by Desmond Walls Allen Lists addresses and general information about the sizes and prices of county maps available in the continental U.S. (18pp. Research Assoc., 1995, second edition.) $5.95 198. Where to Write For Vital Records What vital records (birth, death, marriage, and divorce) are available and when for each state? This well-organized booklet answers these questions and more including the cost of a copy, where to write, and miscellaneous remarks for each. A section also covers foreign births and deaths and certificates of citizenship. (30pp.U. S. Dept. of Health & Human Serv., 1993.) $3.75 1312. Who's Your Hoosier Ancestor? by Mona Robinson

Methods abound here for locating your elusive Ind. ancestor, describing what records are available to the researcher, where they can be found, and how to use them. Excellent! (215pp. index. Ind. Univ. Pr., 1992.) $24.95 199. Works Projects Administration Historical Records Survey Sources For Genealogists by John W. Heisey During 1936-1942, hundreds of volumes of inventories, surveys, lists, and collections of many types of records were examined, transcribed, and some mimeographed. This guide notes those records of genealogical value. The first section lists by state those records that were published. The second lists by state those unpublished manuscripts and where they can be located. (56pp. Walter R. Gooldy, 1996.) $12.00

146. Bumper Sticker "My Hobby is Genealogy: I Collect Ancestors" vinyl bumper sticker, blue letters on a white background. (15" x 3.75") $1.25 139. Eight-Generation Chart Folded and pre-punched for a three-ring binder, the chart provides space for birth, marriage, and death information for six generations. (17" x 22") $3.00 145. Encapsulation Units Simply slip your document or photo inside these units, remove the paper strips, and seal in an airtight Mylar envelope with the acid-free double-sided tape. A professional job in seconds! (6" x 9") $4.25 (9 1/2" x 12") $4.75 (10" x 15") $7.50 140. Family Group Charts Data charts for one family to file in a notebook. (8 1/2" x 11") 10 for $1.00 393. "Family History is Fun" Notepad The handiest thing around for making a quick memory jogger as you do your research. Or use them in your mail. Keep your notes in a manageable size as you work. A great gift! (5 1/2" x 8 1/2", 50 sheets) $3.00 2946. Five-Generation Ancestor Chart There is lots of space on this easy-to-use genealogy chart that will fit in a three-hole punched notebook. Includes space for both the paternal and maternal sides back five generations. (22"x17", holes stamped for notebook.) $3.00 1219. Fourteenth Census of the United States (1920 Census) Form to use when recording information from microfilm. Includes personal description, citizenship, education, nativity and mother tongue, occupation, and more, for each head of household and family member in the 190 census. (8 1/2" x 11", 8 sheets) $1.00 136. "Genealogy Is My Line" Embroidered patch in striking tan, brown, orange, and yellow. (2 1/2" x 3") $4.95 392. "Genealogy" Key Ring "Genealogy" is imprinted on a deep red (11/2 in.) heart with double split rings so that they won't pull apart. $4.49 each Museum Storage Box Constructed of acid-free blue/gray board, this box helps protect stored items from damaging dust, dirt, and light. The drop-front bottom allows easy access to contents. Box is in. high. 1670A. (Holds 8 in. x 10 in.) $12.95 1670B. (Holds 9 in. x 12 in.) $13.99 1407. Mylar Page Protectors with blue gray insert sheets. (50 protectors) $44.05 1887. Neutral pH Adhesive White PVA adhesive dries clear and remains flexible. Has excellent lay flat properties. Use for paper, board, framing, collage, crafts, and bookbinding. Comes in a handy plastic bottle. (4oz.) $5.35 2163. Paper Trees--Genealogical Clip-art by Tony Matthews Paper Trees is a collection of hand-drawn family trees and charts, which you can photo-reduce for use on note cards and stationery or enlarge to show family detail at its optimum. All designs are original and are available as clip-art for use as cards, announcements, book covers, section dividers, reunion T-shirts, mugs, . . . (102pp. illus. Gen. Pub. Co., Inc., 1999.) $18.95 1891. Photo Corners Crystal clear corners are made of acid-free, archivally safe polypropylene. Permanent acrylic adhesive does not touch photo or artwork. Non-yellowing and strong. (500/box) $7.95

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tors, guardians, trustees, and references to land and other property. Index includes names such as Boone, Boyer, Long, Meyer, Reeser, Schneider, Wagner, etc. (Willow Bend) 1994B. 1785-1800 (237pp. 2005.) $21.50 1994C. 1800-1825 (390pp. 1997.) $30.50 1482. Abstracts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 1685-1785 Based on works of volunteers of the Historical Society of Pennsylvania in the early 1900s, this gives names of persons mentioned in wills, descendants, heirs, trustees, guardians, witnesses, executors, debtors, relatives, references top property being devised; and dates the will was written and proved. (184pp. index. Family Line Pubs., 1995.) $17.50 Abstracts of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Land Records by Carol Bryant First volume covers the area of old Chester Co. which now includes Lancaster Co. (formed in 179) and Delaware Co. (formed in 1789). These are abstracts of deeds, mortgages, bond leases/releases, and land patented in 1681 (recorded as deeds in 1688). Recorded dates begin in 1688 with apparent gaps in 171 and 171. Numerous entries give clues to relationships and British origins. Indexes include names such as Baker, Evans, Jones, Penn, Simcock, Wood, Yeates, etc. (index. Family Line Publications, 1997) 1995A. 1681-1730, Vol. 1. (262pp.) $23.50 1995B. 1729-1745, Vol. 2. (215pp.) $20.00 1995C. 1745-1753, Vol. 3. (210pp.) $21.50 1995D. 1753-1758, Vol. 4. (200pp.) $19.50 2874. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books AA, BB, CC, DD), 1784-1791, Vol. 4 by Edward N. Wevodau This fourth volume in a series of early Lancaster Co. deed abstracts makes it easier to access the data found in deeds: occupation and place of residence, name of spouse at a given point in time, marriages, parent-child relationships, references to other court records, list of heirs, family migrations, and arrival/departure. (160pp. index. Closson Press, 2004.) $20.00 3140. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books EE, FF, GG, HH) 1786-1797, Vol. 5 by Edward N. Wevodau Transfers of land property as recorded on deeds can provide family information not found anywhere else. These abstracts can even refer to unrecorded deeds. (177pp. Closson Press, 2006.) $20.00 3141. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books II, KK, LL, MM, NN) 17881793, Vol 6 by Edward N. Wevodau (198pp. Closson Press, 2006.) $20.00 2894. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books N-Q) . . . Deeds Recorded 1770-1789 by Edward N. Wevodau These abstracts cover Lancaster Co., but also the areas which are now Dauphin and Lebanon Cos., because these two latter counties divided off of Lancaster Co. after 1789. Abstracts include information that helps researchers identify a family connection. (244pp. index. Closson Press, 2002.) $25.00

2899. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books R, S, T, U) . . . Deeds Recorded 1774-1789 by Edward N. Wevodau These abstracts cover Lancaster Co., but also the areas which are now Dauphin and Lebanon Cos., because these two latter counties divided off of Lancaster Co. after 1789. Abstracts include information that helps researchers identify a family connection. (227pp. index. Closson Press, 2003.) $25.00 2873. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books W, X, Y, Z) Including Areas Now Comprising Dauphin and Lebanon Counties, 1779-1786, Vol. 3 by Edward N. Wevodau Early Lancaster Co. deed abstracts including information that helps researchers identify a familial connection. After describing the tract to be conveyed, deeds give the prior history of the property. If that land had not been patented, the history begins with the warrant; otherwise, the history begins with the patent. The deed briefly denotes all transfers to the property up to the present. (144pp. index. Closson Press, 2004.) $20.00 2560. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Orphans Court Records, 1742-1767 compiled by Edward N. Wevodau In many cases, orphans court records are the only surviving document. Each entry in this book contains the name, place of residence, occupation, as well as any children's names and spouses mentioned in the document. Frequent names in the index: Bowman, Carpenter, Davis, Hare, Lefever, Miller, Myer, Patton, Smith, Wilson, etc. (182pp. index. Closson Press, 2001.) $19.95 2548. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Orphans Court Records, 1768-1782 compiled by Edward N. Wevodau A number of pages of this book provides help to understanding and reading the abstracts as well as an index with surnames such as Brown, Brubaker, Cooper, Erb, Hess, Long, Miller, Myer, Smith, Woods, etc. (210pp. Closson Press, 2001.) $20.00 2589. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Orphans Court Records, 1782-1791 compiled by Edward N. Wevodau Orphans Court records reveal marriages, link children to parents, identify land transfers from parent to child, and provide other assorted, precious clues to genealogists. Names in the index: Brenneman, Carpenter, Feree, Frantz, Graff, Grubb, Huber, Long, Miller, Myer, Porter, Smith, Witmer, Zimmerman, etc. (254pp. index. Closson Press, 2001.) $24.95 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Wills by F. Edward Wright These wills were abstracted under the auspices of the Historical Society of Pa. in the early 1900s. Every name mentioned in the original will is abstracted. 1687A. 1732-1785 (327pp. 1996.) $28.00 1687B. 1786-1820 (337pp. 1996.) $27.50 2440. Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Wills: 1821-1830 by Edward N. Wevodau Abstracts of all Lancaster Co., Pa., wills recorded in books N, O, and P at the courthouse. Information includes date of writing, date will was proved, index number, name of testator, residence, occupation, spouse, children, grandchildren, other names listed, land bequests, miscellaneous information, religion, legatees, executors, witnesses, and codicils. (153pp. Closson Press, 2000.) $16.00 1948. Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills, 16821726 by F. Edward Wright These wills were abstracted under the auspices of the Historical Society of Pa. in the early 1900s. Every name mentioned in the will is abstracted, land tract names, residence, and occupation of the deceased when given. Frequent names include David, Evans, Howell, Jones, Lewis, Morgan, Powell, Roberts, Smith, Taylor, and Thomas. (297pp. index. Willow Bend, 1995.) $26.50 2222. Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills, 17261747 by F. Edward Wright Every name mentioned in each will is abstracted as well as land tract names, residence, and occupation of

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202. Abstracts of Adams County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 1800-1826 by Kevin L. Greenholt A collection of abstracts of the wills filed in the Adams Co., Pa., Courthouse between 1800 and 186. The surname index is most helpful including a number of Mennonite names. (72pp. Family Line Pubs., 1988.) $11.50 Abstracts of Berks County, Pennsylvania, Wills, by Jacob Martin and John P. Smith Contains names of persons mentioned in the original will, witnesses, dates when written and proven, execu-

Mennonite Family History is a quarterly periodical published since 1982 for genealogists and historians researching Mennonite, Amish, and Brethren families. Subscription for one year at $25.00, and for two years at $45.00 may be mailed to MFH, 219 Mill Road, Morgantown, PA 19543-9516. 917. Mennonite Family History Ten-Year Index, 1982-1991 A 52,640-name index to the first ten years of Mennonite Family History published from 1982 through 1991, this index includes surnames, authors of articles, subjects with such prominence that they merit entry in the index, and every name mentioned in the articles. (170pp. MFH, 1992.) $23.00 1888. Mennonite Family History Five-Year Index, 1992-1996 (90pp. Masthof Press, 1997.) $12.50 2555. Mennonite Family History Five-Year Index, 1997-2001 (91pp. Masthof Press, 2002.) $12.50

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the deceased when given. Surnames included in the index are: Adams, Allen, Bane, Bate, David, Edwards, Evans, Jones, Lewis, Lloyd, Pugh, Thomas, Walker, and White. (297pp. index. Willow Bend, 1995.) $27.00 2622. Abstracts of Public Records, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (and Surrounding Counties), 1727-1779 by Candace E. Anderson Letters, court proceedings, criminal inquests, tax lists, oaths of allegiance, muster rolls, court petitions, treasurer's accounts, maps and surveys, lists of residents, commissions, and other records for this early time. (297pp. Closson Press, 2001.) $29.95 Abstracts of South Central Pennsylvania Newspapers compiled by F. Edward Wright A complete every-name index complements these informative abstracts taken from Franklin Co. and Adams Co., Pa., newspapers. You'll find property sales, estate administrations, runaways, slaves, apprentices, marriages and deaths, persons with letters at the post office, fires, robberies, etc. (Family Line Pubs., 1994) 578A. Vol. 1, 1785-1790 (163pp., 1988.) $16.00 578B. Vol. 2, 1791-1795 (190pp., 1988.) $17.00 578C. Vol. 3, 1796-1800 (182pp., 1988.) $16.00 1531. Abstracts of York County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 1749-1819 by F. Edward Wright Abstracts of will book entries give the names of spouse, children, executors, other persons in the will, and the dates that the will was written and proved. (412pp. Willow Bend., 2005.) $32.00 600. Adams County Church Records of the 18th Century Records of births, marriages, and a few deaths covering the earliest records available to 1800 taken from the church registers of Lower and Upper Bermudian churches (Ground Oak), Christ's (Episcopal), Bender's (Lutheran and Reformed), Christ Evangelical and Reformed in Littlestown (Conewago), Abbottstown Reformed (Emanuel), Arendtsville Lutheran and Reformed, Dutch Reformed of Conewago, etc. 1,000 entries indexed. (305pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1989.) $24.00 2413. An Address on the Early Settlement of the Valley of Pequea, Delivered by Redmond Conyngham This address was given on July , 18, in the Presbyterian Church at Paradise, Pa. The appendix contains a history of the Piquaws, with a notice of Tanawa, an Indian king of great celebrity. Anecdotes of William Penn with the names of the early settlers is good. (20pp. reprint and index by Gary Hawbaker.) $5.00 Advertisements and Notices of Interest From Norristown, Pa., Newspapers, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania compiled by Judith Meier Abstracts of newspaper notices of marriages and deaths, sales of houses, farms, mills, taverns, and announcements of meetings can be a great help to anyone with ancestors in the Norristown, Pa., area between 1799 and 188. 579A. Vol. I, 1799-1821. $19.95 579B. Vol. II, 1822-1827. $19.95 579C. Vol. III, 1828-1832. $19.95 579F. Vol. VI, 1844-1848. $22.95 1855. Agricultural Schedules and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by James E. Frey Much more data is available in the 180, 1860, 1870, and 1880 agricultural schedules than found in the federal census schedules for those years. Detailed statistics in this book cover how many "milch" cows, working oxen, bushels of wheat, bushels of Indian corn, pounds of tobacco, bales of ginned cotton, value of orchard products, gallons of wine, pounds of butter, tons of hay, gallons of molasses, pounds of beeswax, dozens of eggs produced, total farm acreage, dollar value of farm livestock, amount paid for wages, . . . Readers can follow a farmer as he farmed, as he changed his farming methods, as his family changed, and often passed the farm from one generation to the next, all happening between 180 and 1880. Surnames: Bachman, Bauman, Becker, Brendle, Brenneman, Bross-man, Burkhart, Burkholder, Coldren, Emmert, Eshleman, Fox, Frankhauser, Frey, Fries, Gehman, Glass, Good, Gring,

Gross, Harnley, Hershberger, Hoffman, Hornberger, Horning, Horst, Huyard, Keiffer, Kern, Kessler, Kline, Leinbach, Leininger, Lorah, Messner, Miller, Moyer, Musser, Overholtzer, Renninger, Roland, Roth, Schneder, Sensenig, Shiffer, Slabach, Sollenberger, Stauffer, Steffe, Stoner, Stover, Styer, Trostle, Weaver, Weinhold, Wenger, Witwer, Wolf, Yundt, Zerbe, and Ziegler. (138pp. index. maps. Masthof Press, 1997.) $12.50 2142. Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: Caernarvon Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by James E. Frey Sampling of surnames: Ammon, Buckwalter, Byler, Clark, DeHaven, Eshleman, Evans, Foltz, Foreman, Forney, Garman, Good, Grube, Hartz, Hartzler/Hertzler, Hoffman, Hollinger, Horning, Horst/Hurst, Jacobs, Kauffman, Kreider, Kurtz, Lichty, Lincoln, Longenecker, Martin, Mast, Miller, Newswanger, Reifsnyder, Richard, Schwartzentruber, Sensenig, Shirk, Silknitter, Smith, Souder, Stoltzfoos/Stoltzfus, Styer, Weaver, Weiler, Witman, Yocum, and Yohn. (122pp. index. maps. Masthof Press, 1999.) $12.50 2329. Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania compiled by James E. Frey Sampling of surnames: Augspurger, Bair, Bard, Bear, Bowers, Brubaker, Buckwalter, Burkhardt, Burkholder, Carpenter, DeHaven, Diffenderfer, Diller, Dillman, Eberly, Ellmaker, Eshbenshade, Eshelman, Fassnacht, Flickinger, Fox, Gehman Good, Grabill, Groff, Hahn, Holl, Hoober, Hoover, Martin, Mentzer, Miller, Moyer, Musselman, Musser, Myers, Nolt, Overholser, Ranck, Reed, Reidenbach, Rife, Seldomridge, Sellers, Sensenig, Sheaffer, Shirk, Snyder, Sprecher, Stauffer, Steffy, Stoltzfus, Sweigart, Wanner, Weaver, Wenger, Witmer, Zimmerman, and Zook/Zuck. (201pp. index. maps. Masthof Press, 2000.) $16.50 2931. Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850- 1880, East Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania compiled by James E. Frey Sampling of surnames: Althouse, Andes, Bechtel, Becker, Binkley, Brossman, Brubaker, Bucher, Clapp, Coldren, Coover, Eberly, Echternach, Fleisher, Frankhouser, Frederich, Fry, Garman, Geiman, Gockley, Grill, Gross, Haller, Harting, Hershberger, Hoover, Kegerreis, Keiffer, Keller, Kessler, Killian, Klapp, Lausch, Lesher, Lied, Lorah, Lutz, Miller, Mohler, Ream, Redcay, Reddig, Reinhold, Royer, Rupp, Schlott, Shimp, Sollenberger, Sweigart, Weaver, Weinhold. (186pp. index. Masthof Press, 2004.) $15.50 2501. Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: East Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania compiled by James E. Frey Sampling of surnames: Becker, Bixler, Burkhart, Carpenter, Diller, Eaby, Eshleman, Gehman, Good, Haller, Hammond, High, Horst/Hurst, Kilheffer, Killian, Kurtz, Lichty/Lighty, Lutz, Martin, Miller, Newpher, Newswanger, Oberholtzer/Overholzer, Overly, Patton, Pierce, Ranck, Renninger, Rupp, Sandoe, Schnader, Seldomridge, Sensenig, Shirk, Souder, Stauffer, Sweigart, Wallace, Wanner, Weaver, Wenger, Witmer, Witwer, and Zimmerman. (168pp. index. maps. Masthof Press, 2001.) $15.50 2744. Agricultural Schedules and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania compiled by James E. Frey Sampling of surnames: Bair/Bare/Bear, Bender, Bitzer, Bomberger, Brown, Brubaker, Buch/Bucher, Burkholder, Carpenter, Danner, Evans, Forrey, Gamber, Garber, Good, Graybill, Groff, Holl, Hoover, Hunchberger, Kafroth, Kemper, Kendig, Lauber, Lefevre, Martin, Moyer, Mumma, Nolt, Reiff, Royer, Rupp, Sheaffer, Shirk, Stauffer, Stoner, Weaver, Wenger, Zook. (175pp. index. maps. Masthof Press, 2003.) $16.50 1856. An Alphabetical Listing of Burials and Gravestone Transcriptions of Groffdale Mennonite Church Cemetery, West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Darvin L. Martin

Beginnng in mid-1700s, these ,00 burials include surnames such as High, Martin, Musser, Reiff, Sensenig, Sheaffer, Weaver, . . . Other surnames: Burkholder, Groff, Hoover/Huber, Horst, Nolt, and Wenger. (118pp. illus. Closson Press, 1996.) $15.00 2590. Anticipating Paradise: An Introduction to the Ephrata Cloister (video) Discover the fascinating life of Conrad Beissel, a German immigrant who sought contemplative solitude in the Pa. wilderness and founded a community that came to be known as Ephrata Cloister. (VHS, closed captioned. 15 min. Pa. Hist. & Museum Comm., 2001.) $12.00 2472. The Back Part of Germantown: A Reconstruction by Hannah Benner Roach The Schütz family was used as the hub around which the author introduces the interconnected relationships of the residents of this Pennsylvania community. Using many different primary sources, she traces the family trees of many of the colonial residents. (90pp. index. The Gen. Society of Pa., 2001.) $11.95 2711. Backroads of Pennsylvania by Marcus Schneck Both active and armchair travelers will enjoy this trip into some of the most secluded and overlooked spots in Pennsylvania. Written and beautifully photographed by local experts, this pictorial discovery guide will take readers on routes through nearly all corners of the Keystone State. Ideal for individuals looking for traveling treasures close to home. (160pp. illus. Voyageur Press, 2003.) $19.95 3177. Baptismal Records of Jerusalem Lutheran and Reformed Church, Berks County, Pennsylvania by John L. Kistler Early baptismal records dating from 1768 to 186 gave name of infant, birthdate, date of baptism, and parents and sponsors. (62pp. NGS, 1987.) $7.00 2144. The Battle of Brandywine This engaging video on the Brandywine Valley, Pa., and the pivotal Revolutionary War battle traces the history leading up to the battle, from the Quaker farmsteads to the battle itself. It also puts the Battle of Brandywine in the context of the Revolutionary War. Includes reenactment footage. (15 min. video tape. Pa. Hist. and Museum Comm., 1997.) $12.00 2746. Berks County Annals by Morton L. Montgomery This CD-ROM reproduces the 1909 Historical and Biographical Annals Berks County, Pennsylvania, Vol. I and II, and includes over ,000 biographies that go beyond the typical listing of parents, children, and spouses. There are over 1,900 pages and a map. (CD. Retrospect Pub., 2003.) $49.95 2496. Berks County, Pennsylvania, Amish Yoder Heritage Tour compiled by J. Lemar Mast Prepared for the National Yoder Reunion, July 1, 001, map of county shows township boundaries as well as locations of major towns. Tour stops include homesteads and cemeteries featuring families such as Kurtz, Gerber, Miller, Stoltzfus, Zug/Zook, Rickenbach, Kauffman, Yoder, Hochstetter, Stutzman, . . . Names and dates and spouses' names are given with code identifications from Amish and Amish Mennonite Genealogies (#). (16pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2001.) $2.00 1692. Berks County [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 1 by F. Edward Wright Eastern part of the county. Births, marriages, and deaths for the following churches: Schwartzwald, Oley, St. Paul's (at Amityville), St. Gabriel's, Allegheny, Robeson. (340pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1993.) $27.00 1693. Berks County, [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 2 by F. Edward Wright Northeast and north central part of the county. Births, marriages, and deaths for the following churches: Oley Hill, Long Swamp, Exeter Monthly Meeting (includes removals), Moselem, De Longs, St. Peter's, and St. Paul's. (385pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1999.) $32.00

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1694. Berks County [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 3 by F. Edward Wright Western part of the county. Births, marriages, and deaths in the following churches: Frieden's Union, Allemangel Lutheran, Blue Mountain, Rosenthal (New Bethel), Dunkel's Windsor (Ziegel's), Reed's, Bern, Tulpehocken or Christ (Jefferson Twp.), Host, Hain's, and Rev. Waldschmidt's pastoral records. (360pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1993.) $30.00 1695. Berks County [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 4 by F. Edward Wright First Reformed Church of Reading, Zion's or Spiess's Reformed and Lutheran, Selected Pastoral Records of John Casper Stoever, Atolheo Lutheran, Pastoral Records of the Rev. John Henry Helffrich, Old Northkill, and Christ Church on Bieber Creek. (298pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1994.) $26.50 2558. Berks County--The 19th Century and Before Three books (History of Berks County, Pennsylvania by Morton L. Montgomery, published in 1886; Officers of Berks County For Each Year from 1752 to 1860 by Amos K. Strunck and J. Lawrence Getz, published in 189; and Early Narratives of Berks County by J. Bennett Nolan, published in 197) are reprinted. (CD. Retrospect Publishing Co., 2001.) $39.95 2628. Bern Church Record: Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania This is the register of the Reformed congregation in Bern Twp., Berks Co., Pa., from 179-18. About 00 entries comprise the baptisms (179-18) including child's name, date of baptism, name of parents, and sponsors' names. Inscriptions from the tombstones in the burial grounds at Bernville are also listed. A surname index ends this reference source. (39pp. index. Closson Press, 1998.) $5.00 2562. Biographical Annals of Franklin County, Pennsylvania This two-volume set first printed in 1905 consists of genealogical records of many Franklin Co., Pa., families including many early settlers. (706pp. and 191pp. index. Willow Bend Books, 2001.) $54.00 (Please add additional $2.00 for postage.) 971. Biographical History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Alexander Harris Nearly ,000 biographies of early Lancaster Co., Pa., settlers emphasize persons born or lived in the county. Almost all of the biographies contain substantial genealogical data including critical dates and places of birth, marriage and death; names of children; place of residence, and many times the country of origin and date of emigration. (639pp. Clearfield, 2006 reprint of 1872 ed.) $47.50 1080. The Brandywine by Henry Seidel Canby Early Swedes built the first log cabins in America at the mouth of the Brandywine that flows from southeastern Pa. to Del. This book tells whyWilliam Penn's Quakers settled here and describes the prairie schooners that were built to haul grain to local flour mills. (285pp. illus. index. Schiffer Pub., 1941.) $12.95 1736. Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Vol. 2 by Anna Miller Watring and F. Edward Wright Quaker records: Fall and Middletown Monthly Meetings. Includes not only marriages, births, and deaths; also certificates of removal, breeches of discipline, registers, and minutes. Frequent names include Burges(s), Cutler, Headly, Hough, Kirkbride, Linton, Paxson, Stackhouse, Watson, Whilson, and Yardley. (378pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1994.) $32.00 1737. Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Vol. 3 by Anna Miller Watring Quaker records for marriages, deaths, births, and minutes of the monthly meeting of Wrightstown; births, deaths, and men's minutes of Richland; and births and deaths of Buckingham, Makefield, and Solebury Monthly Meetings. Frequent names include Beans, Buckman, Doan, Ely, Foulke, Kinsey, Paxson, Roberts, Smith, Twining, and Worthington. (233pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1994.) $22.50

2841. Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Vol. 4 by F. Edward Wright This volume covers Neshaminy Presbyterian Church of Warwick, Hartsville Evangelical Lutheran Congregation at Tinicum, Southampton Baptist Church, memoranda from the Diary of John Dyer of Plumstead, the Presbyterian Church in Churchville, and Hilltown Baptist Church. (150pp. index. Colonial Roots, 2003.) $16.00 2302. Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court Records, 1685-1852 by Thomas G. Myers Minors above the age of fourteen made their own petitions for guardians in Pennsylvania. Each entry here contains the Orphans' Court file number, the name of the descendant, place of residence or death, date of death and occupation when given, dates of court petitions and summaries of those petitions. (648pp. index. Willow Bend, 1999.) $44.00 2365. Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Will Abstracts, 1825-1870 by Thomas G. Meyers Each entry in this work contains the Register of Wills file number, the Will Book volume and page number where the will was recorded, name of the descendant, place at residence of time the will was written, date the will was written, occupation, names and relationships of those mentioned in the will, names of executors and witnesses, and date the will was probated. Index contains names such as Cadwallader, Fell, Hart, Johnson, Landis, Miller, Myers, Smith, Taylor, Watson. (448pp. index. Willow Bend Books, 2000.) $38.00 3092. Buena Vista Revisited by Anna Groff and Joan Lorenz This history of Buena Vista, Lancaster Co., Pa., began with articles written by Amish school children attending Buena Vista School under the direction of teacher Mary Zook in 1971. Additional information on the early landowners plus maps were added to complement this well-researched # of Occasional Historical Papers. (58pp. illus. Hist. Soc. of Salisbury Twp., 2006.) $7.95 1738. The Casselman Chronicle Forty-Year Index, Vol. I, No. 1, to Vol. XL, No. 2 (1961-2000) compiled by Beth A. Holler The Casselman Chronicle covers the history of Somerset Co., Pa., Garrett Co., Md., and nearby areas and is published by the Springs Historical Society of the Casselman Valley. Frequent names include Beachy, Bender, Folk, Hershberger, Hochstetler, Livengood, Miller, Slabaugh, Yoder, and Yutzy. (112pp. Springs Historical Society, 2002.) $8.50 Cemeteries of Lancaster County, Pa. by Dr. Shirley A. Harmon This seven volume series (volume 7 is not yet published) includes complete tombstone incscriptions as well as a surname index to all surnames listed. 2761. Vol. I covers Bart, Brecknock, Caernarvon, Clay, Colerain, Conestoga, Conoy, Drumore, Earl, East Cocalico, East Donegal, East Drumroe, and East Earl Twps. (283pp.) $35.00 2762. Vol. II covers East Hempfield, East Lampeter, Eden, Elizabeth, Ephrata, and Fulton Twps. (281pp.) $35.00 2763. Vol. III covers Lancaster, Leacock, Little Britain, Manheim, Manor, Martic, Mount Joy, and Paradise Twps. (280pp.) $35.00 2764. Vol. IV covers Penn, Pequea, Providence, Rapho, Sadsbury, and Salisbury Twps. (278pp.) $35.00 2765. Vol. V covers Strasburg, Upper Leacock, Warwick, West Cocalico, and West Donegal Twps. (246pp.) $35.00 2766. Vol. VI covers West Earl, West Hempfield, and West Lampeter Twps. (181pp.) $35.00 2908. Cemetery Records of Cambria and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania, Vol. V by Brian J. Ensley This is the fifth in a series of volumes containing cemetery records of Cambria and Somerset Counties in Pa. It contains hard to transcribe cemeteries, plus additions and corrections to records previously printed in Volumes I-IV. (204pp. index. Closson Press, 2004.) $22.00 2962. Cemetery Records of Cambria and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania, Vol. VI by Brian J. Ensley

This is the sixth in a series of volumes containing cemetery records of Cambria and Somerset Counties in Pa. It contains hard to transcribe cemeteries, plus additions and corrections to records previously printed in Volumes I-V. (166pp. index. Closson Press, 2004.) $18.00 2004. Cemetery Records of Martic Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Jenne Renkin Contains abstracts from the tombstones of the following cemeteries: Muddy Run Presb., Marticville Meth., Mt. Nebo Presb., Mt. Nebo Meth., Flory Mill Family, Bethesda Meth., Rawlinsville Meth., Rawlinsville Mennonite, Clearfield Meth., and Colemanville Meth. Surnames include Alexander, Charles, Erb, Eshleman, Herr, Kauffman, Miller, Shoff, Smith, Warfel, etc. (135pp. index. Family Line Pub., 1997.) $15.00 Census Index--CD With a few exceptions, these census indexes list only the heads of households, giving location and source, but they can be very helpful when attempting to locate an adult male, or when attempting to determine where families of a given surname are to be found, and as a geographic guide to further research. Not all counties in a particular area may be indexed. 1642A. (Western Pa., 1870.) $30.00 1642B. (Eastern Pa., 1870.) $30.00 1642D. (Va. and W. Va., 1870.) $30.00 1082. Central Pennsylvania Marriages, 1700-1896 by Charles A. Fisher Marriage records of Union and Snyder Cos.: 1) Union Co. Marriages, 179-189; ) Rev. G. J. Anspach, Marriages, Union Co., 181-0; ) Rev. J. P. Shindel, Marriages, Snyder and Union Cos., 18-87; ) Rev. A. B. Casper, Marriages, Snyder and Union Cos., 1898; and ) Rev. C. G. Erlenmeyer, Marriages, Snyder Co., 180-7. Plus marriage records, 1700-1896. In all, about 15,000 brides and grooms are identified. (90pp. Gen. Pub. Co., Inc., 1993 reprint). $8.00 2688. The Chester County Historical Society by Peter Berwind Schiffer A short introduction to the Chester Co. Hist. Soc. (Pa.) founded in 188 gives some background on the formation of the county, books published on the county, the library and museum, 170 Brinton House, Collins Mansion, David Townsend House, and museum pieces (furniture, glassware, samplers, dolls, . . . ) (69pp. illus. Whitford Press, 1971.) $3.50 2959. Christ Little Tulpehocken Church--275 Year History, 1730-2005 by Rev. Herman M. and Jennie M. Lutz This old congregation near Bernville, Berks Co., Pa., first formed in 1730 and has a long history expanded and illustrated in this update of the book published years ago. In addition to the over 00 tombstone inscriptions in the old graveyard, about 800 more names are included from 170 to 1800. More than 0 inscriptions from the new cemetery (1887-00) are listed. The index includes over ,000 names. (82pp. Author, 2005.) $12.00 2689. The Chronicles of a Reformed Church in Lancaster, Pennsylvania by F. Colin Williams This massive illustrated history of so much more than just a church history contains over 600 illustrations and a wealth of local history complementing the story of the people who were members. This includes the First Reformed Church, St. Paul's, St. John's, St. Andrew's, Church of the Apostles, and Homestead Village. (1,080pp. Author, 2003.) $60.00 1126. Churches and Cemeteries of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania--A Complete Guide by A. Hunter Rineer, Jr. This definitive reference on all known Lancaster Co. churches and cemeteries is a gold mine for genealogists. Complete with township maps and borough maps, the book is alphabetically arranged by township and borough, giving the current name of the church or cemetery, location, history of its development, and the location of the church, cemetery, and pastoral records. (560pp. maps. index. hardcover. Lancaster Co. Hist. Soc., 1993.) $10.00

1538. Clockmakers and Watchmakers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Stacy B. C. Wood, Jr. This supplement to Clockmakers of Lancaster County and Their Clocks, 1750-1850, now out of print, includes 100 additional biographical listings interspersed with illustrations. Chapters on "The Makers," "The Product," "The Dial," "The Case," followed by "The Directory of Makers," and three appendices cover surnames: Baldwin, Bowman, Eberman, Eby, Gorgas, Heinselman, Hoff, Miller, Shreiner, Smith, and Zahm. (75pp. illus. hardcover. Lanc. Co. Hist. Soc., 1995.) $24.95 2624. Collected Church Records of Berks County, Pennsylvania compiled by Philip A. Rice and Jean A. Dellock Baptisms, marriages, deaths, confirmations, communicants, tombstone inscriptions, and other historical records dating back to the 1700s appear here in this two-volume set of records for the following churches: Altalaha Evangelical Lutheran, St. Paul's (Smoke) Lutheran, St. Michael's Reformed, Moselem Lutheran, St. John's (Hain's) Reformed, and Zion's (Blue Mountain). (587pp. index. 2 vols. Closson Press, 1995.) $49.95 1951. A Collection of Upwards of 30,000 Names of German, Swiss, Dutch, French, and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania, From 1727 to 1776 by Israel Daniel Rupp Contains 319 ships' passenger lists with over 30,000 names arranged chronologically according to date of arrival; lists names of ships on which the passengers arrived and the places from which they emigrated. Appendices list over 1,000 early settlers who landed at a port other than Philadelphia, but who later came to Pa. from N.Y., N.C., and Georgia. This second revised and enlarged ed. also includes an index to ships. (583pp. illus. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2006 reprint of 1876, 1931 ed.) $35.00 2747. Colonial Maryland Naturalizations by Jeffrey and Florence Wyand Almost 1,000 naturalizations were granted in Maryland to German settlers. This book includes the identifying number of the record, date of naturalization, date of communion, volume and page of the Provincial Court Judgements, name, county or town of residence, nationality, church membership, location of church, and witnesses to communion. Place names, clergy, and parish locations are identified in the appendix. (104pp. index. Clearfield, 2002 reprint of 1975 ed.) $16.50 2263. Colonial Philadelphians by Hannah Benner Roach Information dating from 1689 to 178 was compiled from various sources including rent and tax rolls, property assessment lists, deed records, and even a physician's ledger of patient names and occupations. This book represents a virtual census of Philadelphia residents in the hundred years preceding the first "official" federal census of 1790. (216pp. index. Gen. Soc. of Pa., 1999.) $29.95 3105. Colonial Taxes, Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1750-1783 (now Lebanon County) by Gladys Bucher Sowers Early tax records contain a wealth of sociological, historical, and genealogical information and help to identify population and economic changes of our ancestors. This collection of records in what is now Lebanon County provides a glimpse into the lives of residents of Bethel, Jonestown/Williamsburg, Fredericksburg/Stumpstown, and the surrounding areas. (119pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 2006.) $16.00 2910. Colonial Taxes, Heidelberg Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1751-1783 (now Lebanon County) by Gladys Bucher Sowers These early tax records provide a fascinating glimpse into the lives of the early residents of Schaefferstown, Myerstown, Newmanstown, and the surrounding areas. The material is presented as the assessors listed it; all spellings and name variations remain the way they were originally written. (155pp. index. Masthof Press, 2004.) $18.00 2835. Colonial Taxes, Lebanon Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1750-1783 by Gladys Bucher Sowers

Thirty-six tax lists including assessments, returns, Provincial tax lists and county tax lists provide a unique and unusual glimpse into life in the Lebanon Twp. during 170-178. Lebanon Twp. was part of Lancaster Co., Pa., at this time. Over 7,000 names are indexed from these lists. (366pp illus. index. Masthof Press, 2004.) $25.00 2444. Combined Records of Saint Jacob's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Pine Grove Township, and Salem's "Hetzel's" Church Evangelical Lutheran Congregation, Pine Grove Township, Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania compiled by the late Dr. Glenn P. Schwalm Includes the history of St. Jacob's Church, baptismal records (178-1877), sparse marriage records (1811846). Also includes Salem's records; baptisms (1783-1919), deaths (1808-1874), and confirmations (178-1816). (168pp. index. Closson Press, 1999.) $19.00 1440. Commemorative Biographical Record of Washington County, Pennsylvania Contains biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens and of many of the early settled families. Index has surnames such as Alexander, Anderson, Baker, Blayney, Frye, Philips, Reed, Scott, Smith, Taylor, Weir, and Wilson. (1,486pp. plus 150pp. 2 vol. index. hardcover. Closson Press, 1994 reprint of 1893 ed.) $75.00 (Plus an extra $2.00 for shipping.) 2230. The Complete Idiot's Guide to American History by Alan Axelrod Discover the easy and fun way to relive our nation's saga. From the discovery of America to Nixon's resignation to Desert Storm, this volume gives a concise, easy-to-follow account of all the main events in Am. history. (359pp. index. Alpha Books, 1996.) $16.95 2537. Conrad Weiser Homestead by John Bradley From the series of Pa. Trail of History Guides, this guide provides a look into the life of Conrad Weiser plus an armchair tour of his Pa. house and the homestead's buildings and memorials. Conrad Weiser (1696-1760) was an interpreter of Indian languages who negotiated treaties between proprietors of Pa. and the Iroquois confederacy and was responsible for keeping peace on the frontier for two decades. (48pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2001.) $10.00 2964. Conrad Weiser, 1696-1760, Friend of Colonist and Mohawk by Paul A. W. Wallace In the 170s, Conrad Weiser moved with his family to Pa. where James Logan regularly employed Weiser as an agent and interpreter. Trader, colonel in the French and Indian War, first president judge of Berks Co. and founder of Reading, a monk at the Ephrata Cloisters, pillar of the Lutheran Church, statesman, woodsman-- all part of a long and distinguished career . . . but it was his work as an Indian agent that made him famous. He went everywhere, met almost everyone, saw everything, and recorded it in his valuable journals. (664pp. hardcover. Wennawoods Pub.) $49.95 (Plus an extra $2.00 for shipping.) 2642. County Courthouses of Pennsylvania by Oliver P. Williams A guide to Pa.'s 67 county courthouses with information on each building's history, architectural style, and symbolic features. (244pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2001.) $19.95 1428. Country Roads of Pennsylvania by Sally Moore This is a guide to unique spots in Pa., bed and breakfast inns, visitors' bureaus, and more. Readers will learn how and where to spot unusual mailboxes, visit a bake shop and harness shop, taste raspberry orange muffins, see Old Economy (Harmonist) Village, etc. (161pp. index. illus. Country Roads Press, 1993.) $9.95 1429. Country Towns of Pennsylvania by Marcus Schneck Read about Mifflinburg Buggy Town, the shrinking coal town of Centralia, and Strasburg and its railroad. You can try on a wool skirt and pants at Woolrich. Visit a farmers' market or celebrate the moon landing in Apollo. (140pp. index. illus. Country Roads Press, 1994.) $9.95

2690. Coventry, The Skool Kill District; A Basic History of the Three Coventry Townships by Estelle Cremers and Pamela Shenk This well-documented and illustrated history traces the settlement, growth, and migration of the first Europeans who settled in these three townships in northern Chester Co., Pa. How the land was paid out and to whom, the formation of villages with the homespun industries that generated jobs, the Mennonites and Brethren as early settlers, all include surnames as Benner, Cochenour, Detwiler, Frick, Halterman/Holderman, Hoch/High, Hunsberger, Kolb/Kulp, Latshaw, Longacre, Longenecker, Miller, Pannebecker, Rinehart, Root, Saylor, Souder, Stauffer/Stover, Stoner, Wagner, and Wenger. (186pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2003.) $30.00 605. Covered Bridges of Pennsylvania Dutchland by Elmer L. Smith Illustrated book on the disappearing covered bridges in Pa. (42pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1988.) $3.50 1380. The Creation, Founding, and Early Settlers of Bebber's Township, Philadelphia County, Province of Pennsylvania, 1702 by William N. Detweiler (Now Skippack Twp., Montgomery Co., Pa.) An 11" x 14" map of the first landholders with book of descriptions, narrative, and every-name index of the 6,166 acres conveyed by patent to Matthias Van Bebber by William Penn in 170, including biographical information of 16 of the original 6 landowners. Includes Hans Detweiler, Jacob Up Den Graeff, Claus Jansen, Henry Kolb, Hendrick Pannebecker, Jacob Christian Zimmerman, and others. (26pp. map. Adams Apple Press, 1992.) $11.00 3035. Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Quarter Session Dockets, 1750-1785 by Diane E. Greene Cumberland Co., Pa., was the parent county, in whole or in part, of Bedford, Franklin, Mifflin, and Perry Counties. This compilation is a collection of abstracts of the Cumberland Co. Court Quarter Session Dockets between 170-178 placing persons in this region who petitioned the court for new roadways, persons who appeared in criminal cases, appointed to serve on the grand jury, defaulted on payments, sold spirits without a license, and horse theft. Index has over 10,000 names. (346pp. index. Clearfield Co., 2004 reprint of 2000 ed.) $32.50 2367. Daniel Boone Homestead: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Sharon Hernes Silverman A brief biography of Daniel Boone, with details on his youth in the Oley Valley of Pa., and the history of the Homestead's later occupants, who reflect the diversity of European settlers in Colonial Pa. Concludes with a tour of the Boone House and other buildings on the grounds. (48pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2000.) $10.00 654. Dauphin County Militia Rolls, 1793-1794 (Southwest Pa. Gen. Services, 1990.) $8.50 1954. Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, Archives, Vol. 2 by Phillip A. Rice and Jean A. Dellock Contains miscellaneous church records, cemetery records, etc., from Williamstown Methodist Episcopal Cem., Heidelberg Reformed, Zion Evangelical Lutheran, Irish Catholic Cem., St. John's Lutheran, Union United Church Cem., and others. Also has history of the Lykens Valley, biographical sketches of some notables of Lykens-Williams Valley, Dauphin Co. family histories, and abstracts of wills (178-181). Index has names such as Baumgartner, Bordner, Hoffman, Lebo, Miller, Noll, Snyder, Weaver/Weber, Zimmerman, etc. (380pp. index. Closson Press, 1996.) $35.00 2965. David Zeisberger's History of the Northern American Indians in 18th Century Ohio, New York, and Pennsylvania edited by Archer B. Hubert and translated by William Nathaniel Schwarze David Zeisberger was only five years old when his parents immigrated to America in 176. Living in Bethlehem, Pa., he acquired a keen proficiency in learning the Indian dialects and accompanied the heroic Christian Frederick Post on many journeys. This began David's more than 60-year wilderness experience as a missionary among the Indians of the East. Read many stories of Indian history. (190pp. Wennawoods Pub.) $19.95

2302. Denver at the Dawn of the Twenty-First Century by Willis L. Shirk, Jr. This commemorative book tracks the growth of Denver borough (Lancaster Co., Pa.) from 197 to the present with excerpts from both long-time residents and new residents. This popularly styled community history "will simultaneously preserve the records of Denver's past, promote pride in Denver's present, and perpetuate a sense of community as Denver embarks upon the great adventure of the TwentyFirst Century." (152pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 2000.) $35.00 1265. The Direct Tax of 1798 in the Second District, Third Division of Pennsylvania, 12 Townships in the Upper Part of Bucks County by Harry C. Adams Includes the history of the legislation, how the assessments were made, available collections of the extant documents; architecture of the late-18th century in Upper Bucks with photos of surviving stone and log buildings; approx. ,00 assessment tracts for the 1 townships, listing the owners and a description of every taxable building; a brief history of each township; and the Fries Rebellion. (268pp. illus. index. hardcover. Adams Apple Press, 1994.) $45.00 2845. Documenting Pennsylvania's Past: The First Century of the Pennsylvania State Archives by Willis L. Shirk, Jr. Celebrating the centennial of the founding of the Pa. State Archives, this book traces the history of the Archives from its beginnings as the Division of Public Records in the State Library in 190, to its incorporation into the Pa. Historical and Museum Commission in 19, to the present day. Sample documents are shown in full color providing a glimpse of the richness of the Archive's collection. (242pp. Pa. Hist. and Mus. Comm., 2003.) $32.95 2221. Donegal Presbyterians; A Scots-Irish Congregation In Pennsylvania by Richard K. MacMaster Donegal Presbyterian Church was started by Scots-Irish settlers in Lancaster Co., Pa., in 17. This church history tells about the early families, the famed Witness Tree, and the many elders, preachers, and members of a congregation facing the third century. (174pp. illus. index. hardcover. Donegal Soc., 1995.) $29.50 659. Early Amish Land Grants in Berks County, Pennsylvania This collection of detailed, two-color maps shows where 77 Amish landowners settled in Berks Co., Pa., in the 18th century. It shows the plots of land, names of roads and towns, and other well-marked landmarks to assist any traveler in finding where his ancestor lived. Also, a biography of each landowner with details on all land transactions (number of acres, dates the land was warranted, surveyed, patented, and to whom the land was sold). A genealogy section gives names, dates, and place of residence of the family including the children and their spouses. Photos of early homesteads also. Some of the surnames: Beiler, Kauffman, Kurtz, Stoltzfus, Zook, . . . (43+pp. 11"x14". Pequea Bruderschaft, 1990.) $20.00 Early Church Records of Chester County, Pennsylvania Births, deaths, marriages (including witnesses), and minutes up to 1800. Vol. 2: Uwchland, Goshen, and New Garden Monthly Meetings, and Vincent Reformed by Charlotte Meldrum and Martha Reamy 2304B. (233pp. index. 1997.) $21.00 Vol. 3: Kennett and London Grove Monthly Meetings, and Great Valley Baptist by Charlotte Meldrum 2304C. (210pp. index. 1998.) $18.00 1608. Early Church Records of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania by F. Edward Wright Church records such as baptisms, marriages, burials, etc., are included for Salem Reformed, Reformed Church of Hummelstown, Shoops Reformed, Wenerich Reformed, Zions (Klinger's), Fredericktown (Hummelstown), Hoffman Reformed, Lykens Valley Lower, Paxtang and Derry Churches, Fetterhoff's (St. Peter's) Lutheran and Reformed, St. Paul's Lutheran. (140pp. index. Colonial Roots, 2000.) $16.00

2265. Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 1 by John Pitts Launey and F. Edward Wright Chiefly the Quaker records of Chester Monthly Meeting of the southern part of the county, Volume 1 includes registers of marriages, births, and deaths, certificates, minutes, acknowledgments, and disownments. A small portion of the book is a compilation of St. Paul's Episcopal Church records in Chester, including births, deaths, baptisms, and marriages from the early 1700s. (293pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1997.) $26.00 2267. Early Church Records of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 3 by John Pitts Launey Quaker records taken from the Radnor-HaverfordMerion Monthly Meeting (168-1800), Darby Monthly Meeting (1700 and 1800s), and St. David's Protestant Episcopal (1700s). (336pp. index. Willow Bend, 2005.) $26.00 1609. Early Church Records of Lebanon County, Pennsylvania by F. Edward Wright These records are the very earliest available for each church through 1800 and include some baptisms, marriages, burials, etc., for Bindnagel Evangelical Lutheran, Tabor First Reformed, Heidelberg, St. Paul's (Klopp's), St. Jacob's Kimmerlin's Reformed, Trinity Tulpehocken, Swatara Reformed, St. John's Union of Fredericksburg, Millbach Reformed, Quitopahilla Reformed and Lutheran, Zion Evangelical Lutheran, and baptisms and marriages by John Casper Stoever. (511pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1995.) $40.00 2636. Early Churches of Lebanon County by Theodore E. Schmauk This booklet is a 190 reprint from a Lebanon Co., Pa. Historical Society 1900 address. The religions of the first settlers precede a section on the pioneer ministers, and descriptive summaries of how each of the early churches were formed. (32pp. illus. index. Willow Bend, 1984.) $4.00 1544. Early Families of York County, Pennsylvania, Vol. 1 by Keith A. Dull The following families are traced from early 1700s into mid-1800s: Baehli, Bahn, Biehlmajer, Bortner, Dubbs, Gaertner, Gans, Gerberich, Hoffman, Keller, Kleinfelter, Kramer, Kunckel, Lanius, Lightfoot, Miller, Ruhl, Schenck, Scherer, Schmidt, Schultz, Seitz, Shaffer, Sprenckel. (132pp. index. Willow Bend, 2003.) $18.00 3070. Early Families of York County, Pennsylvania, Volume 2 by Keith A. Dull A compilation of family genealogies based on research in church records, court records, and census records. Families traced from early 1700s to mid-1800s: Arechtler, Bieri, Diehl, Ehrhardt, Friesner, Grimm, Hamann, Hildebrand, Keller, Kroeller, Kull, Oechner, Ragg, Schaffer, Schonhaler, Seitz, Simon, Stabler, Swartz, and Welk. (151pp. Willow Bend, 2005.) $18.00 3011. Early Landowners of Pennsylvania: Atlas of Township Warrantee Maps of Fayette County, Pennsylvania by Sharon and Angus MacInnes This atlas presents warrantee maps of tracts which the Penn family, and then the Commonwealth of Pa., sold to the first settlers of Fayette Co., Pa. Starting in 1907, draftsmen drew connected maps from the original deeds of the earliest purchasers of tracts completing about one-third of Pa. counties before the project ended. (406pp. index. Closson Press, 2005.) $30.00 2876. Early Landowners of Pennsylvania: Land Tracts Transferred From Virginia to Pennsylvania Jurisdiction, 1779-1780 by Dr. Sharon MacInnes Were your early Pa. settlers on the frontier before the boundary between Pa. and Va. was settled? This is an updated transcription of an original notebook which documents the chronological transfer of land tracts after the Mason-Dixon Line settled the boundary dispute between Va. and Pa. The tracts are in what are today's counties of Washington, Fayette, Greene, Allegheny, and part of Beaver. (242pp. illus. index. Closson Press, 2004.) $25.00

940. Early Lutheran Baptisms and Marriages in Southeastern Pennsylvania by John Casper Stoever Record of John C. Stoever, one of the first clergymen to serve early Pa. German settlers and served in southeaster Pa. for 0 years. This record of baptisms and marriages spans (170-1779. Usually, the baptism gives the location, child's name, parent's name, dates of birth and baptism, and sponsors. At least 6,000 persons mentioned. (107pp. index. Clearfield, 2006 reprint of 1896 edition.) $16.00. 207. Early Marriage Evidence From the Court Records of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania (Including Lebanon County), 1785-1810 by Annette Burgert This is an index to marriage records obtained from wills, mortgages, deeds, and orphans' court records for persons living in Dauphin Co., Pa. between 178 and 1810. This includes what is Lebanon Co. today because Lebanon Co. was formed from Dauphin Co. in 181. A sampling of names: Becker, Boal, Bowman, Brown, Byer, Delabach, Detweiler, Ellinger, Gingrich, Heilman, Huber, Hummel, Jordy, Kauffman, Kurtz, Landis, Lantz, Light, Meyer, Miller, Ober, Peiffer, Riddle, Smith, Swob, Weaver, Witmer, Young, and Zimmerman. (87pp. hardcover. AKB Pubs., 1993.) $19.95 3012. Early Ohio Settlers This collection of Ohio genealogical records (on a CD) refers to over 16,000 individuals and contains everything from vital records to biographies of early Ohio settlers. It is based on marriage records, cemetery inscriptions, genealogies, censuses, biographies, tax lists, newspaper abstracts, and vital records--some dating as early as 1787 when the Northwest Territory was opened to settlement, or from 180 when Ohio became a state. It includes the 1810 Ohio tax list, and valuable reference books on Ohio. (CD. Gen. Pub. Co., 2005.) $29.99 2967. Early Ohio Tax Records by Esther Weygandt Powell Taking the place of pre-180 census records, this presents a county-by-county list of Ohio settlers and residents from ca1800-18 with lists of county tax rolls, original proprietors/settlers, holders of military warrants, voters' lists, householders' lists. Revolutionary soldiers, and resident proprietors. (2 vols. 460pp./173pp. Clearfield Co., 2005 reprint.) $49.95 (Plus $2.00 extra for shipping.) 2530. Early Pennsylvania Births, 1675-1875 by Charles A. Fisher Contains records mainly from Berks, Northumberland, Snyder, and Union Counties with several thousand births from eastern and southeastern Pa. and the middle and southern sections of the Susquehanna Valley. The text is arranged alphabetically in each of the several sections by the surname of the principal subject. Also includes name of the child, date of birth or baptism, names of parents, and names of sponsors. (107pp. Genealogical Publishing Co., 2001.) $10.00 1611. The Early Settlers of Maryland by Gust Skordas An index to names of immigrants compiled from records of land patents, 16-1680, in the Hall of Records, Annapolis, Md. (525pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1995.) $35.00 2824. Early Times on the Susquehanna by Mrs. George A. Perkins What was life like along the Susquehanna back before and during Colonial times in Pa.? Chapter titles: Indians, Moravian Missions, Connecticut Title, Queen Esther, Sullivan's Expedition in 1779, Matthais Hollenback, Sheshequin, Early Inhabitants, Milltown, Post Office and Stages, Shad Fishery, Soldiers, Floods, . . . (302pp. Heritage Books, 1999 reprint of 1870 ed.) $24.50 1745. Eastern Pennsylvania Circuit and Circuit Riders Two-volume collection of pastoral acts of various preachers throughout eastern Pa. The records span portions of the time period of 17-198, but not

entirely. Pastors touched parts of counties including Berks, Centre, Clinton, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh, Montgomery, Northumberland, Schuylkill, Snyder, etc. (two vols. 323pp. & 315pp. Closson Press, 1996.) $49.95

2308. First Families of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Volume 1 by John Pitts Launey Introduction shares who settled where and when as well as information on the early churches and meeting-places. Families covered include: Allen, Baldwin, Bonsall, Green, Hibberd, Marshall, Mendenhall, Newlin, Palmer, Pyle, Roman, Sharpless, Townsend, Trimble, and Vernon. (176pp. index. maps. Willow Bend, 2003.) $17.50 2339. First Ownership of Ohio Lands by Albion M. Dyer Over 1,000 landowners who purchased Ohio land along the Muskingum River between 1788 and 179 are identified here with the following information: residence, selling agency, and number of shares owned. An extensive essay traces the history of the "Crown Lands" and the settlement of Ohio and also lists the purchasers of lots in the counties of Columbiana, Jefferson, Monroe, and Belmont. (85pp. Clearfield Co., 2000 reprint of 1911 ed.) $17.00 1272. The First Tax List for the Province of Pennsylvania and the Three Lower Counties, 1693 This is a transcription of all properties and freemen in Pa. who were assessed and taxed, as well as the entire individual list and tax assessments and alphabetical index of the over 1,800 references. Separate lists are included for Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, New Castle, Kent, and Sussex Counties which encompass all the taxables in both Pa. and what later became the state of Delaware. (61pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1994.) $13.00 2255. The Ford at the Schuylkill; a Glimpse of Early Reading, Pennsylvania by Kathy M. Scogna An easy-to-read pictorial history of the city of Reading, Berks Co., Pa., subtitled "From Lenapehoking to Frontier Outpost," tells the story of the Indians as well as the ordinary citizens who built Reading from the ground up. (144pp. hardcover with jacket. Author, 1998.) $29.95 1959. Forty-Seven Pioneer Families of Rockingham County, Virginia by Robert L. Brock Valuable resource on pioneer families who settled in Rockingham Co., Va., and later migrated through Ohio, Ind., and Ill., to Mo. These families lived as neighbors and intermarried in the late 1700s. Descendants of these families participated in coordinated westward migrations to Ray and Carroll Cos., Mo., between 188 and 1898. Surnames: Armentrout, Beery, Bowman, Brenneman, Brunk, Clemens, Coffman, Early, Fifer, Fry, Good, Halterman, Hoover, Horn, Huffman, Koonts, Kratzer, Layman, Miller, Minnick, Myers/Moyer, Neff, Rader, Rhodes, Rife, Shank, Showalter, Sprinkle, Summers, Trissel, Weaver, Yount, and Zigler. (434pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $35.00 1331. Foundations in a Fertile Soil: Farming and Farm Buildings in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by David B. Schneider Lancaster Co. has been called "the Garden Spot of America." Here you read of the agricultural landscape, the farmhouse, barn, and outbuildings in Lancaster Co., Pa. The case studies of six properties include family farms of Davis, Martin, Habecker, Brubaker, Bausman, Schreiner, Landis, and Herr. 100+ photos. (100pp. illus. Hist. Preservation Trust of Lancaster Co., 1994.) $16.70 The Four Seasons of Chester County by Red Hamer Full-color photos show the beauty of Chester Co., Pa., during each season of the year in this three-volume series of picture books. Old homes, nature, people, horse races and shows, historic buildings, and much more. The first volume has a map of old country inns; second a map of covered bridges; and the third features bed and breakfasts. (96pp. hardcover. Four Seasons Book Pub.) 1218A. Vol. I (1979.) $29.95 1218B. Vol. II (1988.) $29.95 1218C. Vol. III (1992.) $29.95 1385. Franconia Mennonite Meetinghouse Burial Ground, Franconia Township, . . . Pa. A complete listing through 1988 of over ,000 name references with original inscriptions and every-name index. Frequent names include Alderfer, Bergey, Clem-

mer, Detweiler, Freed, Gehman, Halteman, Landes/is, Moyer, Nice, Swartley, and Young. (74pp. Adams Apple Press, 1992.) $13.50 1749. The Fries Rebellion, 1798-99, An Armed Resistance to the House Tax Law, Passed by Congress, July 9, 1798, in Bucks and Northampton Counties, Pennsylvania by William W. H. Davis First published in 1899, this book was republished with pictures, maps, and every-name index. The little-known story of the resistance to the 1798 house-tax by John Fries, Milford Township, Bucks Co., Pa., which spread to the neighboring Northampton Co., and became a national incident involving the military, two jury trials, President Adams, and local tax assessors. (120pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1996.) $17.00 3156. The Funny Side of Mining by David Anspach Stories of working and living in the mining areas of Pa. including Lebanon County (Cornwall Mines) and Berks County (Grace Mines). Sampling of chapter titles: Memories of Pleasant Hill, Surviving in the Mill, The "Murders," The Teeth Swap and OtherAmusingAnecdotes, Memories of Churchtown, "She One Good Cook," . . . (178pp. illus.) $12.50 2238. A Gazetteer of the State of Pennsylvania: 1832 by Thomas F. Gordon Fundamentally a geographical dictionary which lists geographical names in alphabetical order, this gazetteer will be of great value to the genealogist, historian, and geographer. Enlarged to provide easier reading, this reprint will be a great aid in locating and identifying your ancestors. (508pp. Closson Press, 1999.) $45.00 2448. Genealogical Abstracts of Orphans Court Records, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Volumes A-E, 1752-1795 by Candace E. Anderson Names of widows and children; names of grandchildren, brothers, uncles, aunts, grandfathers, friends, and neighbors; the names of the husbands of the daughters of the deceased; the place of residence of a family and the property they held; ages, death dates, war service; the location of relatives in other counties, states, and countries; occupations. When a man died intestate, the distribution of his estate was taken to this court for consideration, often listing all the names of his heirs in the records of the proceedings. (298pp. index. Closson Press, 1998.) $35.00 2449. Genealogical Abstracts of Orphans Court Records, Northampton County, Pennsylvania, Volumes 6-8, 1795-1815 by Candace E. Anderson Different information but of the same nature as Volumes A-E (17-179), this is another outstanding record with every-name index for instant reference. The time period covered by the records in this abstract is after the Revolutionary War. Life was indeed difficult, as many children were left fatherless at a young age. Illness, accident, and other tragedies took lives of too many young parents long before they would even think of the importance of writing a will. Surnames: Arndt, Bachman, Brown, Ebert, Heller, Lerch, Martin, Miller, Shnyder, Smith, Weaver, etc. (525pp. index. Closson Press, 1999.) $45.00 2752. A Genealogical and Personal History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania by William W. H. Davis Originally published as Vol. III of Davis' History of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, this mammoth compilation is the standard genealogical history of Bucks County. Over ,000 families are covered with over 30,000 persons identified in the family histories and over 100 full-page portraits of principal figures. (346+386pp. illus. index. Clearfield, 2002 reprint of 1905 ed.) $75.00 2085. Genealogical Encyclopedia of the Colonial Americas: A Complete Digest of the Records of All the Countries of the Western Hemisphere by Christina K. Schaefer Shows where to find the genealogical records of the colonial period and how to access them guiding beginners and professionals alike to the most direct and reliable route to the colonial records of the Western Hemisphere. Covers the period of colonial history from the beginning of European colonization in the Western Hemisphere to the time of the American Revolution. (829pp. maps. index. hardcover. Genealogical Pub. Co., 2000.) $49.95

2497. 1876 Illustrated Historical Atlas of Berks County, Pennsylvania by F. A. Davis This atlas of Berks Co., Pa., shows the landowners' names and where they lived in 1876. Churches, cemeteries, school, and mills are also shown. A new everyname index accompanies this reprint with most maps enlarged from previous editions. (142pp. 16" x 16" in size. illus. index. Masthof Press, 2001.) $45.00 (Plus additional $6.00 for shipping.) 2968. Eighteenth Century Records of the German Lutheran Church at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (St. Michael's and Zion) Volume 1: Baptisms 17451769 trans. by Robert L. Hess and ed. by F. Edward Wright This ground-breaking genealogical series on Lutheran families in the Philadelphia, Pa., region, has been translated from the German for the first time. These baptismal records include the names of the child, parents, and witnesses. (330pp. Colonial Roots, 2004.) $34.00 2269. Elizabethtown: The First Three Centuries by Richard K. MacMaster The borough of Elizabethtown in northwestern Lancaster Co., Pa., was first settled by pioneers from northern Ireland and by Native Americans, the Piscataways, in the early 1700s. This book describes the growing village of the 1700s, the economic improvements of the 1800s including the turnpike, canal, and railroad, and the hard times and prosperity of the 1900s. Numerous photographs capture the village and its people from days of yore through the present. (324pp. illus. hardcover. index. Elizabethtown Hist. Soc., 2002 reprint.) $25.00 661. Ellis Island: Tracing Your Family History Through America's Gateway by Loretto Dennis Szucs With more than thirty images, this book includes an overview of the history of immigration and how to find out if an ancestor came through Ellis Island. For these sixteen million immigrants and their descendants, Ellis Island is the symbolic shrine to freedom and opportunity. (50pp. illus. Ancestry, 2000.) $4.95 2371. Ephrata Cloister: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by John Bradley Describes the austere lifestyle and culture of the 18thcentury religious community led by Conrad Beissel, that lived, worked, and worshiped at the Ephrata Cloister. Includes a tour of the nine original Germanic buildings on that site. (48pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2000.) $10.00 2149. Epitaphs--Handbook of Historic Family Graveyards, Berks County, Pennsylvania by Jacqueline B. Nein, Joan Texter, and Cynthia Jimenez Gives the locations of 10 family burial sites, tombstone inscriptions, and historical tidbits for Berks Co., Pa. Illustrated with over 00 photographs. (280pp. illus. Berks County Assoc. for Graveyard Pres., 1999.) $28.00

2753. Genealogical Data Relating to the German Settlers of Pennsylvania and Adjacent Territory by Edward W. Hocker Taken from advertisements in German newspapers published in Philadelphia and Germantown, 17-1800, this offers interesting details not found anywhere else. Arranged by newspaper and then by date of publication, these abstracts pertain to several thousand German settlers in Pa. during 17-1800. (242pp. index Clearfield Co., 2006 reprint of 1980 ed.) $25.00 2181. Genealogical Landmarks and Milestones of the Lower Perkiomen Country by Ralph L. Johnson and David H. Bergey This reprint of the 19 The Perkiomen Region (Vol. XII, nos. 3-4) includes a first-ever every-name index with 6,000 names and over 00 pages of biographical descriptions of families in the Lower Perkiomen region, Montgomery Co., Pa. Frequent surnames: Umstadt, Lane, Levering, Keyser, Hooper, Rambo, Opden Graef, Pennipacker, Custer, Van Foosen, Shrawden, Richardson, Godshalk, Francis, In Den Hoffen, Sellen, Supplee, Tyson, Zimmerman, Desmond, Hallman, Gosho, James, Johnson, Roberts, Castleberry, Shuler, Miller, Tunes, Helffrich, Jansen, Horning, and Been. (188pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1992.) $25.00 812. German-American Family Records in the Fraktur Tradition, Volume I: Baptism Certificates and Bible Records From Private Collections by Corinne P. Earnest and Beverly Repass Hoch Until now, these 79 unique manuscripts, most of which are birth and baptismal certificates and Bible records for German-American families, have been a well-kept secret. Dating from about 1760 to 1900, most are written in German. Now this book translates these records and includes annotated notes for many of them. The index lists over 1,100 surnames, more than ,000 names of individuals, and 100 locations. (254pp. illus. Russell D. Earnest Assoc. and Beverly Repass Hoch, 1991.) $26.95 1143. German-American Family Records in the Fraktur Tradition: Volume II: The Franklin and Marshall College Collection by Corinne P. Earnest and Beverly Repass Hoch Translates and transcribes the texts of 97 birth and baptismal certificates, Bible records, and fraktur-related manuscripts in the Franklin and Marshall College collection, Lancaster, Pa. (184pp. index. Russell D. Earnest Assoc., 1993.) $22.95 1417. German-American Family Records in the Fraktur Tradition, Volume III: Birth and Baptism Certificates and Bible Records From a Private Collection by Corinne P. Earnest and Beverly Repass Hoch Translates and transcribes more than 600 fraktur, most of which are 19th century birth and baptism certificates from southeast Pa.Also, descriptions of the fraktur. (320pp. index. Russell D. Earnest Assoc., 1994.) $31.95 416. The German and Swiss Settlements of Colonial Pennsylvania: A Study of the So-called Pennsylvania Dutch by Oscar Kuhns This is an excellent history of the German settlement of Pennsylvania down to the Revolutionary War. It begins with a review of the situation in Europe in the 1700s which prompted much of the emigration and concludes with the role of these people and their descendants in America to the present century. (268pp. Heritage Books, 1901 reprint.) $25.00 1451. The German Element in the United States by Albert Bernhardt Faust This remarkably detailed book was first printed in 1927 and remains the best introduction to the German influence in American life and culture from the colonial period to 197. Volume I treats German immigration, colonial and early national settlement and participation in the great political or military upheavals of American history, while Volume II looks at the economic, social, cultural, and educational contributions made by persons of German birth/descent, and Germanic influences. (2 vols., 605pp., 730pp. index. Clearfield Co., 1995.) $85.00

2917. The German Emigration From New York Province Into Pennsylvania by Matthias Henry Richards This is the story of the Tulpehocken Settlement in Berks Co. spearheaded by John Conrad Weiser (1696-1760). Copies of original correspondence document their move from N.Y. to Pa. Also discussed is the Palatine style of settlement and their flourishing farms, efforts to construct churches and schools, Indian wars, and the founding of Wernersville, Sheridan, Myerstown, Lebanon, and Rehrersburg. (96pp. illus. Clearfield Co., 2004 reprint of 1899 ed.) $17.50 German Immigrants, Lists of Passengers Bound From Bremen to New York by Gary J. Zimmerman and Marion Wolfert Immigrant passenger records arriving in New York from Germany are now accessible through these volumes compiled by Zimmerman and Wolfert. It should be mentioned that only those persons are included if a specific place of origin is noted. Each volume covers about ,000 immigrants for a total of 10,000 immigrants; each entry lists a name, age, place of origin, date of arrival, and name of ship. 160B. Vol. II, 1855-1862 (1986) $22.50 160C. Vol. III, 1863-1867 (1988) $22.50 162. The Germans in Colonial Times by Lucy Forney Bittinger An informative reprint first printed in 1900 on the Germans who settled in Colonial America covering conditions in Germany which led to emigration; Penn's visit to Germany; Germantown; Kocherthal's Colony; exodus of the Palatines; Pequae and the Mennonites; Dunkers and Ephrata; Schwenkfelder and Christopher Dock; settling in Virginia, Maryland, South Carolina; colonization in New England; Salzburgers in Ga.; German press; Moravians; Conrad Weiser and the frontier wars; redemptioners; Germans as pioneers; Germans in the Revolution; and the Rear-Guard of the Revolution. (314pp. index. Heritage Books, 1998 reprint.) $25.50 2272. Glimpses of the Past: Village of Morgantown, Berks County, Pennsylvania by Florence B. Smoker Beiler Reading Glimpses of the Past is reminiscent of a visit to the writer's home. The reader, like the house guest, is ushered into the spare room to leaf through the pages of her treasured scrapbooks. These scrapbooks, like a patchwork quilt, are made of news clips, photographs, and memories, and tell the story of the 0th-century Morgantown, Pa. What a delight it is to experience that part of the history of Caernarvon Township through the eyes of a lifelong resident. (212pp. illus. index. Author, 1999.) $15.00 575. Grave Undertakings, Elizabeth Township, Vol. 1: Gravestone Inscriptions of Old Warwick Township in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Martha J. Xakellis Gravestone inscriptions for the following cemeteries: Badorf/Sahm, Brubaker, Brubaker/Bar, Coleman Memorial, Eby, Emmanuel Lutheran, Hammer Creek Mennonite, Lexington/Kauffman, Old Zion Reformed, Sahm/Kunzi, St. John's Lutheran, Stauffer, Steinmetz. (96pp. illus. map. Author, 1989.) $12.00 1183. Grave Undertakings, Warwick Township, Vol. 2: Gravestone Inscriptions of Old Warwick Township in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Martha J. Xakellis This volume includes tombstone inscriptions for the former Oberholtzer Graveyard, Salem Church of Kissel Hill, Jerusalem Lutheran, Millport Union, Hess Mennonite, Rothsville Evang., Longenecker Brethren, Brunnerville Methodist, United Zion Home, Beth El, Hostetter, Erb, Becker, Huber, Pine Hill, Weidler, Burkholder, Rudy, Bomberger, Huber/Shober, Geyer, Former Brube, Shover, Grossman, Roth. (160pp. Closson Press, 1993.) $14.95 1617. Grave Undertakings, Clay Township, Vol. 3 by Martha J. Xakellis Gravestone inscriptions of Old Warwick Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa., including the following cemeteries: Indiantown Mennonite, Hopeland, Dissler/Prise, Eberly, Gockley/Gackle/Cagualin, Becker-Heffley, Abraham Brubacher, Mt. Airy Union, and Boyer. (41pp. Closson Press, 1995.) $8.00

2450. Grave Undertakings, Penn Township (Old Warwick Township), Vol. 4 by Martha J. Xakellis Complete gravestone inscriptions of 1 cemeteries and graveyards in Lancaster Co., Pa.: Penryn Union, Erb Mennonite, Mt. Hope Episcopal, Kreider Church of the Brethren, Kauffman Mennonite, Graybill Church of the Brethren, Gibble's/Old White Oak, White Oak Church of the Brethren, Lime Rock Old Order Mennonite, White Oak Mennonite, Hershey/Bomberger, Grebiel/Seemuller, Harnley/Longenecker, Manheim Fairview, Moore/Miller, Hoffer, Erb, Hershey/Landis, Eby, Gibble, Zug, Dohner, Connelly, Stauffer, Lutz, Sahm, Gingerich, former Batdorf, Follmer/Foesick/Erb, Gish Memorial, and Keller. Map of Penn Twp. (230pp. Closson Press, 2001.) $25.00 2817. Grave Undertakings, Lititz Borough (Old Warwick Township), Vol. 5 by Martha J. Xakellis Complete gravestone inscriptions for Moravian Cemetery, St. James' Cemetery, Revolutionary Soldiers Graves Monument, Evangelical Cemetey, and Macpelah Cemetery--all located in Lititz borough. Listed alphabetically by cemetery. (172pp. Closson Press, 2002.) $19.95 2274. The Great American Road Trip--U.S. 1 Maine to Florida by Peter Genovese Travel U.S. Route 1 from Maine to Fla. and go past the FBI headquarters, Dow Jones Interactive, National Inquirer, Bronx Zoo, and many other sites to picture the many facets of our unique multi-cultural country. Experience the road trip of a lifetime! (272pp. illus. hardcover with jacket. Rutgers University Press, 1999.) $32.00 213. Guide to Records of the Court of Common Pleas, Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1681-1900 A comprehensive finding aid to the historic civil court records of Chester Co. These include records of the prothonotary, civil records of the sheriff, and select civil records of the Circuit Court of Chester Co. and the Supreme Court of Pa. that are maintained by the Chester Co. Archives. Legal terminology is explained, a map of Chester Co. about 1780, a flow chart shows the steps in a debt case, and 116 types of common pleas records. (143pp. Chester Co. Hist. Soc., 1987.) $30.00 1871. Guide to Records of the Sale of Commonwealth Property in the County of Philadelphia, 1780-1798 by James M. Duffin Abstracts from the surviving public records of sale the names of those whose wartime purchase of previously unsold Philadelphia Co. land helped fund the Pa. troops in the American revolutionary army. More than ,800 entries include name of purchaser, amount of purchase, patentee name and occupation, property (block) locations, etc. (79pp. index. Gen. Society of Pa., 1996.) $14.95 1092. Guide to the State Historical Markers of Pennsylvania by George R. Beyer This newly revised guide includes over 1,800 historical markers found along the Commonwealth's highways and byways. Organized by county, the guide includes index, maps, and illustrations. From Andrew Carnegie to Rachel Carson, from American Bandstand to aviation, from Gettysburg to Greenwood Furnace, from Fallingwater to Freedom Road--markers have transformed the state's landscape into a living textbook. (456pp. illus. Commonwealth of Pa., 2000.) $15.95 164. Handbook for Genealogical Research in Pennsylvania by John W. Heisey Informative handbook for anyone researching families who have lived in Pa., this informative handbook offers much-needed advice to save one time. Chapter titles include historical background; county, church, land, military, vital, and federal records; Pa. State Archives, genealogical societies and libraries; genealogical publications, and others. (32pp. Heritage House, 1985.) $12.00 1426. Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Maryland Arranged by county and township with a summary of population for each county and township, each listing contains: name of head of family, free white males of 16 years and upward, free white males under 16

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years, free white females, all other free persons, and slaves. Some entries even list the occupation. (189pp. index. Higginson Book Co., reprint of 1908 edition.) $19.50 2016. Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Pennsylvania Only seventeen states can boast of a federal census in 1790, and Pennsylvania was one of the largest. Actually the records for six of those seventeen states were destroyed when the capitol was burned in 181. The records printed in this volume include the name of every white male over the age of sixteen (living in Pennsylvania), and lists by column the number of white males as heads of households over the age of 16, white males under 16, white females (including heads of families), all other free persons, and slaves. Tells you where your ancestor was living in 1790. (426pp. hardcover. James Good, 1998.) $30.00 1427. Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790: Virginia Arranged by county and township with a summary of population for each county and township, each listing contains: name of head of family, free white males of 16 years and upward, free white males under 16 years, free white females, all other free persons, and slaves. Some entries even list the occupation. (188pp. index. Higginson Book Co., reprint of 1908 edition.) $19.50 373. The Heartland by Nancy B. Hess A reprint, this history of Rockingham Co., Va., with its many beautiful photographs is considered a lovely "coffee table" book. Index contains names such as Beard, Bowman, Brunk, Funk, Harrison, Miller, Showalter, Suter, and Wenger. (375pp. hardcover. index. Hess Book, 1987 repr.) $21.00 2952. Hempstone Heritage I: In Accordance With Their Wills; "All the Heckled Hemp She Can Spin" by Les Stark Did you know that the original Hempfield Township in Lancaster Co., Pa., was named for the vast amounts of hemp raised there? Did you know that hemp was grown on virtually every early farm in Pa. and was considered a vital necessity? The fascinating details of this old Pa. industry is revealed in the wills of our ancestors who by leaving hemp in their wills to the descendants left us a unique way to study how hemp was actually used in the colonial and early American household. (154pp. illus. index. Author, 2005.) $22.50 744. Historic Background and Annals of the Swiss and German Pioneer Settlers of Southeastern Pennsylvania by H. Frank Eshleman Many Mennonite families from Germany, Switzerland, and Holland, who emigrated to Lancaster Co., Pa., are featured in this book. Substantial sections are devoted to lists of early settlers and biographical sketches of those who became known as Pa. Germans. (386pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2006 reprint of 1917 ed.) $30.00 1225. Historical and Biographical Annals of Berks County, Pennsylvania by Morton L. Montgomery The two-volume set is a concise history of the county and genealogical and biographical record of representative families. Biographical index contains names such as Althouse, Beiler, DeLong, Dietrich, Hartman, Kauffman, Leinbach, Moyer, Rhoads, Smith, Yoder, etc. There is information on banks, canals, churches, industries, prisons, newspapers, etc. (1,723pp. illus. hardcover. Reprint of 1909 edition.) $155.00 (Plus $7.00 extra for shipping.) 2768. History of Bedford, Somerset, and Fulton Counties, Pennsylvania by Waterman, Watkins, and Co. This 188 general history includes 1 chapters on colonial events in these three early Pa. Counties. Each township in these three counties are given separate chapters (96 exhaustive chapters!) sharing local historic lore for over 1,000 pioneer families. There is also over 100 pages of biographical sketches. (800pp. illus. index. hardcover. Closson Press.) $65.00

982. History of Bedminster, Bucks County, Pennsylvania by Pauline Cassel Chapters on the history of Bedminster Twp. include early families, mills and taverns, Bedminster Tax Lists of 178-, deed excerpts, and conversations with oldtimers. The every-name index has over 1,00 entries such as Fretz, Kulp, Myers, Ott, Wismer, etc. The book comes with two folded maps: Bedminster in 178 and Bedminster Original Purchases. (136pp. illus. index. Adams Apple Press, 1999.) $25.00 983. History of Franconia Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania by James Y. Heckler This is a collection of newspaper writings published in 1901 in the Harleysville News with an every-name index. Frequent surnames include Althouse, Benner, Bergey, Clemmer, Cressman, Delp, Detweiler, Freed, Fry, Funk, Gerhard, Hackman, Hagey, Kindig, Landes, Leidy, Loux, Moyer, Nice, Reiff, Robinson, Rosenberger, Schwartz, Shoemaker, Sholl, Souder, Stump, and Zirkell. (62pp. illus. index. Adams Apple Press, 1993.) $10.00 1024. The History of Harleysville and Lower Salford Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania by James Y. Heckler Home for many Mennonite families, this township in Montgomery Co., Pa., is featured here with local history and biographies containing genealogical facts on the following families: Alderfer, Allebach, Bergey, Clemens, Delp, Freed, Funk, Haldeman, Harley, Heckler, Heffelfinger, Heydrick, Hoffman, Johnson, Klein, Kolb, Kratz, Kriebel, Lederach, Meyer, Price, Reiff, Ruth, Schwenk, Sell, Sholl, Shuler, Stauffer, Wagly, Weiman, Yeakel, and Ziegler. (132pp. index. maps. Adams Apple Press, 1992.) $20.00 2942. History of Ice Harvesting Days in the Late 18 and Early 19 Hundreds by J. Samuel King The story of ice history when our ancestors harvested ice, haul it from the ponds and rivers using sleighs and wagons drawn by horses and mules, is based on the Amish of Lancaster Co., Pa. Stories from older Amish families are also included. (66pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $6.95 2257. The History of Joanna Furnace by Suzanne Fellman Jacob Joanna Furnace, built in 1791, is more than a remnant of America's 19th-century industrial power in Berks Co., Pa. Details about African-Americans, women, immigrants, how the common people lived and survived, as well as the iron masters and their families--all who contributed to the furnace's story. Details of the 19thcentury ironmaking--long secret--are revealed in an excellent introductory chapter. (375pp. hardcover. index. Hay Creek Valley Hist. Assoc., 1999.) $30.00 985. History of Skippack and Vicinity, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania by James Y. Heckler This history was first published in 1895/6 in the newspaper Montgomery Transcript with history on the old farms, division lines, original owners, oldest buildings, and industries, the old Skippack Road, and prominent residents dating back as far as 1700. A sampling of surnames includes Allebach, Davis, Freeman, Johnson, Kulp, Mensch, Reiff, Schweitzer, Shoemaker, Sorver, Swartley, Van Bebber, and Ziegler. (38pp. maps. index. Adams Apple Press.) $10.00 1281. The History of Souderton, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania by Henry S. Landis History of Souderton from the days when it was an original Penn tract to 190. Information on owners of land tracts, post offices, churches, industries, stores, roads, hotels, and more, plus land tracts in Franconia Twp. Index includes names such as Clemmer, Freed, Hackman, Landis, Nice, Souder, etc. (165pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1994 reprint of 1930 edition.) $25.00 2202. History of the German Element in Virginia by Herrmann Schuricht Two volumes are combined in one to describe the German influence in early America. Vol. 1 looks at colonial times to the end of the eighteenth century, while Vol. II describes German life in Virginia during the nineteenth century up until the beginning of the

Spanish-American War. Each volume has an index of names and a general index. Surnames covered in this book: Bowman/Bauman/Baumann, Carpenter, Jefferson, Muehlenberg, Myers, Phillips/Philips, Seibert, Wise, and Zimmerman. (176pp. and 257pp. index. Clearfield Co., 1999.) $43.50 2970. A History of the Indian Villages and Place Names in Pennsylvania by George Donehoo Both Indian names and places were traced by Dr. Donehoo who not only checked every source of printed material about place names in Pa., but also walked over nearly every Indian trail from the Delaware to the Ohio using every trader's journal and maps as his guide. Experience this journey as you walk with the author through villages, along rivers and streams, and across the mountains. (290pp. Wennawoods Pub.) $19.95 1457. A History of the New Holland Charge of the Reformed Church in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Rev. D. W. Gerhard Written in 1877, this reprint contains a separate history of each one of the congregations constituting the New Holland Charge. It includes New Holland, Zeltenreich Congregation, Salem Reformed, Mt. Zion Union, Salem Reformed Sunday School, and Voganville Congregation. Index of over 700 names includes Aurand, Bachman, Baker, Becher, Besore, Brubaker, Bushong, Coughenour, Eckert, Eshleman, Gerhart, Groff, Hertz, Kendig, Line, Miller, Ranck, Rudy, Sausman, Stager, Trumbauer, Weidler, Zellers. (152pp. index. Lancaster Co. Con., 1994 reprint.) $7.50 3091. A History of Salisbury Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Joan M. Lorenz Salisbury Twp. is the second largest township in Lancaster Co., Pa., and has a long history of people who settled and developed the towns/sites of South Hermitage, Gap, Puddintown/Bethania/Jacksonville, White Chimneys, Belmont, Buyerstown, Millwood, Limeville, Buena Vista, White Horse, Spring Garden, Springville, Welsh Mountain/Mt. Airy, Meadville, Wertztown, Cambridge, Mast Post Office, and Cains. Excellent well-written history of the people and places in this area. (344pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $25.00 986. History of Towamencin Township by Edward Mathews This township in Montgomery Co., Pa., was the home of many Mennonites throughout the past centuries. First published in 1897, this history is reprinted here with a complete every-name index. Families covered include Alderfer, Anders, Bower, Brenneman, Cassel, Clemens, Delp, Dresher, Ellis, Evans, Fry, Godshall, Hakel, Heckler, Hendricks, Hughes, Keller, Knipe, Kratz, Kriebel, Kulp, Kunder, Landis, Lukens, Meschter, Oberholzer, Rittenhouse, Schultz, Seipt, Stover, Tennis, Tyson, Wampole, Weber, and Zimmerman. (68pp. illus. maps, index. Adams Apple Press.) $12.00 1707. A History of Warwick Furnace, Warwick, Chester County, Pennsylvania by Spencer L. Windle The Warwick Furnace was started in 177 by Anna Nutt, widow of Samuel Nutt. Read about the beginnings of the furnace, the people who owned it, the ironmaster's mansion and its furnishings, and the role of the furnace in American history. (8pp. Author, 1975.) $5.95 1662. A History of West Caln Township: A SelfGuided Tour Through Time and Place (1744-1994) by Joan M. Lorenz Three tours are included to provide information--proprietorship, historical and social background, biographical material, and current history--on this township in Chester Co., Pa. Each church, school, bridge, village, underground railroad station, post office, old home, etc., mentioned in the text is numbered and can be found on the enclosed map. Surnames that appear in the book: Bonsall, Hughes, Martin, Reeser, Schrack, Way, etc. (96pp. illus. hardcover. West Caln Twp. Hist. Comm., 1995.) $35.00 3043. How Methodists Spread the Word in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Ross I. Morrison, Sr. Lancaster County, Pa., has a rich religious heritage and Methodists played a large part in influencing not only the early settlers, but in later years as well. Each

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Methodist church in Lancaster County today is covered. (# in the Lancaster County Religious Sects Series.) (42pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005.) $5.99 2693. Howard County, Missouri, Marriage Abstracts, Book 4 (White), 1860-1881 by Carolyn Gibbons A compilation of ,0 marriages from Marriage Book (white persons) who were married in Howard Co., Mo., between 1860-1881, this book complements the earlier book Howard County, Missouri, Marriage Abstracts, Book 4A (Black), 1865-1879 (#66). Both books include the names of the bride and groom, place of residence, date married, and page number where the abstract can be located. (134pp. Author, 2003.) $25.00 2626. Howard County, Missouri, Marriage Abstracts, Book 4A (Black), 1865-1879 by Carolyn Gibbons A compilation of 907 marriages from Marriage Book A (black persons) who were married in Howard Co., Mo., between 186 and 1879, this book also includes the names of children, ages of children, and where the marriage was performed. (64pp. Author, 2002.) $20.00 3037. Immigrants to America, 1600s-1800s--CD This CD identifies 200,000 immigrants who arrived at Atlantic and Gulf coast ports between the 17th and 19th centuries. It includes name, age, occupation, place of origin, port of departure, name of ship, names of accompanying family members, and date and place of arrival. With a few exceptions, these passenger lists pre-date the keeping of official passenger arrival lists. Ports up and down the coast: French in La.; ScotchIrish in S.C.; Germans in Baltimore, Md.; Swedes on the Delaware; Quakers in Pa.; and English and Irish in Rhode Island and Nova Scotia. (CD. Gen. Pub. Co., 2005.) $39.99 427. In Search of Your Canadian Roots: Tracing Your Family Tree in Canada by Angus Baxter This third edition has revised listings of finding aids, record repositories, and e-mail and web site addresses. It first discusses the great migration of Scots, Irish, English, Germans, Huguenots, Ukrainians, and Jews to Canada; it also describes the national archives in Ottawa. Next it provides a step-by-step guide to the records of the ten provinces and the Yukon and Northwest territories. (400pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $19.95 217. Index to Annals of the Conestoga Valley compiled by J. Lemar and Lois Ann Mast The index to the 689-page Annals of the Conestoga Valley by C. Z. Mast and R. E. Simpson includes every name and many subjects in this local history of the Conestoga Valley, Pennsylvania. (28pp. Masthof., 1994.) $6.50 587. Index to Marriage Notices, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1843-1899 compiled by Peggy C. Cramer This 8,000-name list (7,00 surnames) is an index to a compilation of unpublished abstracts of marriage notices from the Norristown Herald, a county newspaper published in Norristown, Montgomery Co., Pa. This index is an excellent asset to the 600 pages of abstracts transcribed in the 190s. (272pp. Closson Press, 1989.) $30.00 913. Index to Pennsylvania's Colonial Record Series compiled by Dr. Mary Dunn The first 16 volumes of the 138-volume Pa. Archives are known as Colonial Records. The Records contain priceless information on the early inhabitants of Pa., with the first ten volumes covering Minutes of the Provincial Council, 1777-1790. This index for the series which names 0,000 men and women who played a role in the early history of Pa. (228pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996.) $20.00 2344. An Index to Some Tombstones in the Brickerville Cemetery, Brickerville, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania edited by Gary T. Hawbaker These cemetery records were indexed from a newspaper article which appeared in 190. Preserved by F. E. Schnerer, the listing only includes those people born prior to 1800. Since many of these stones have weathered, it is a valuable resource for the researcher. Over 00

listings include surnames such as Buffenmyer, Hacker, Illig, Klein, Miller, Steiner, Weachter, Weidman, Zartman, and more. (24pp. Gary T. Hawbaker, 2000, revised ed.) $5.50 780. Index to the 1875 Historical Atlas of Lancaster County compiled by Lois Ann Zook Every person's name, every town, street, church, cemetery, mountain, and creek listed in the atlas was indexed and is available in a matching cover to complement the 1875 Historical Atlas of Lancaster Co., which is now out of print. First printed in 1980, this 18,00-name index is available in a revised edition. (94pp. Masthof Press, 1991.) $12.00 1665. Index to the Probate Inventories of York County, Pennsylvania, 1749-1850 by David A. and Brenda L. Paup Names of deceased are arranged in alphabetical order followed by date, township, and miscellaneous information: occupation, husband or wife. Surnames: Becker, Hoffman, Miller, Spangler, Wilson, Young, . . . (161pp. Family Line Pubs., 1992.) $17.00 3114. Index to Township Map of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1862 compiled by Jacqueline N. Flamm and Gail H. Hesser Every-name index to this early township map of Berks Co., Pa., in 186 gives the name of every property owner listed in this 186 atlas (#11 sells for $19.9). Covers every township plus residents of Bernville, Boyertown, Hamburg, Kutztown, Leesport, Reading, and Womelsdorf. (64pp. Berks Co. Gen. Soc., 1980.) $10.00 2878. Index to the 1800 Census of Pennsylvania by Jeanne Robey Felldin and Gloria Kay Vandiver Inman This index to the 1800 federal census of Pa. includes a list of over 100,000 heads of households living in Pa. in 1800 along with the county of residence and the page of the National Archives microfilm where the full census enumeration appears. (453pp. Clearfield Co., 2004 reprint of the 1984 ed.) $38.50. 1347. An Index to the Will Books and Intestate Records of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Eleanore Jane Fulton and Barbara Kendig Mylin Nearly 1,000 Lancaster Co. residents who either left wills or died intestate between 179 (when the county was formed) and 180 appear in this exhaustive index to will books and intestate records. Information given includes the full name of the deceased, the year, and the book, volume, and page where the records can be found. (136pp. illus. index. Clearfield Co., 2005 reprint of 1936 ed.) $19.50 2277. Index to Warantee-Patentee Records of Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania by Patricia Duff Survey books, road books, deeds, and maps make this index accurate and complete. Warrants cover the mid1970s to about 1800 period. Westmoreland Co. was formed from Bedford Co. in 1771. Bedford Co. was formed from Cumberland Co. in 1771. Patents cover period from 177 to the early 1900s. Allegheny, Fayette, Greene, and Washington Cos. were formed from Westmoreland Co. with records covering the period 177 to the early 1900s. The maps show the location of the land, number of acres, and date of warrant or patent. A fold-out "Frontier Map." (53pp. illus. Clossen Press, 1999.) $10.00 2971. The Indian Chiefs of Pennsylvania by C. Hale Sipe From the formation of the Iroquois confederation in 1570 through Cornplanter's death in 1836, Sipe discusses the tribes that inhabited Pa. and their forced migration westward across the Allegheny Mountains into the Ohio country. Meet Indian traders, frontiersmen, and pioneer families. (569pp. Wennawoods Pub., reprint of 1927 ed.) $29.95 1099. Indian Paths of Pennsylvania by Paul Wallace Major historical research describing and mapping maps and present-day locations of Indian paths once prolific in the state of Pa. (227pp. index. Pa. Hist. & Museum Comm., 1987.) $14.95

2972. The Indian Wars of Pennsylvania by C. Hale Sipe The Bible of the 18th Century eastern frontier Indian wars, this book is based primarily on the Pa. Archives and Colonial Records. With background chapters on Indian religion and the Indian tribes of Pa., forty years of Indian wars from 17 to 179 are discussed. (908pp. Wennawoods Pub., reprint of 1931 ed.) $39.95 (Plus an extra $2.00 for shipping.) 1289. Indiana: A New Historical Guide by Robert M. Taylor, Jr., and others A decade in preparation, this historical guide to Ind. showcases a significant sampling of historical and contemporary sites and attractions. The guide takes excursionists along 19 circular tours that pass through each of the state's 92 counties. (682pp. index. Ind. Hist. Soc., 1992.) $19.95 496. Indians in Pennsylvania by Paul A. W. Wallace A revised edition of the popular, classic study of the history of Pennsylvania's Indians at the time of European contact. (200pp. Pa. Hist. and Museum Comm., 1993.) $9.95 2860. It Happened in Lancaster County by Ross I. Morrison A history book designed for school students on the early settlers of Lancaster County, events institutions, early transportation, industry, and other facts. (62pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2004.) $5.99 2879. Juniata Valley History by John W. Jordan A History of the Juniata Valley and Its People; Vol. I, II, and III is on this CD covering the county histories and biogaphies for Huntingdon, Juniata, Mifflin, and Perry. (CD of 1913 reprint of 1,516pp. index. Retrospect Pub., 2003.) $34.95 2438. Keystone Treasures: A Guide to Museums and Historical Organizations in Pennsylvania This directory lists historical societies, museums, galleries, community arts centers, nature centers, planetariums, botanical gardens, zoos, battlefields, historic houses and sites. (149pp. Pa. Fed. of Museum and Hist., 2000.) $14.95 2021. The Ladies of Readingtown . . . and Beyond, Vol. One by Barbara R. Goda Here are stories of ten women who were connected in one way or another to Reading and Berks Co., Pa., from 17 to 196. Read about Widow Sarah Finney; William Penn's wife; school teacher Rachel Griscom; Afro-American Dinah Clark; Rhea Duryea, the first female teenager to drive a car; Mountain Mary; Madame Montour; artist Mary Leisz; Rosa Muhlenberg Nicolls; and Mary Archer. (63pp. illus. Author, 1998.) $8.95 2493. The Ladies of Readingtown . . . Vol. Two by Barbara R. Goda Twelve stories of women who were connected in one way or another to Reading and Berks Co., Pa., from 17 to 198. Read about Anna Maria Weiser Muhlenberg, Widow Elisabeth Scarlet, Jenny--a former slave, Mary Hunter Mayer, Dr. Margaret Hassler, Anita Paci, Lillith Wilson, Irma Broun, Dutch Mary, Mary Owen Steinmetz, Carry Stahl Schultz, and Gertrude Sternbergh. (65pp. illus. Author, 2001.) $9.95 2058. Lancaster County by Ed Klimuska, Keith Baum, and Jerry Irwin Much of the fame of Lancaster Co., Pa., is due to the presence of the largest population of Old Order Amish and Old Order Mennonite people in the country. In colorful text and stunning photos, local experts tell the whole story of the place and people who call this remarkable area home. Subjects include farms, old buildings, bridges, antiques, auctions, foods, future, Martindale, Lititz, Marietta, and interviews. (144pp. illus. Voyageur Press, 1998.) $19.95 1063. Lancaster County Architecture, 1700-1850 by the Historic Preservation Trust of Lancaster County This elegant picturebook identifies many 18th- and

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early 19th-century family homes, barns, mills, churches, and out buildings found in Lancaster Co., Pa., today. Gerald S. Lestz, noted local historian, has authored the introduction which includes interesting information on the history and stylistic development of Lancaster County's architecture from 1700 to 1850. (176pp. illus. hardcover with dust jacket. Historic Pres. Trust of Lancaster Co., 1993.) $40.00 379. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Cemetery Surname Index compiled by Bob and Mary Closson Is your ancestor buried in Lancaster Co., Pa.? This book indexes over 600 cemeteries in the Lancaster Co. area. It does not include the tombstone inscriptions, although these records are available from libraries. (118pp. Closson Press, 1988.) $10.50 1290A. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 1 by F. Edward Wright Includes Blaser's Reformed, Cocalico Ref., Manheim, Maytown, Muddy Creek, Pequea, Reiher's, Seltenreich, Swamp Reformed, White Oaks Congre-gation, Elizabethtown Lutheran, and Bergstrasse Lutheran. (270pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1994.) $23.00 1290B. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 2 by F. Edward Wright Includes First Reformed of Lancaster. (331pp. index. Colonial Roots, 2001.) $26.00 1458. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 3 by F. Edward Wright Contains records of Sadsbury Monthly Meeting (Quakers), St. James Episcopal Church (Anglican), St. Mary's Church (Roman Catholic), register of marriages and baptisms performed by Rev. John Cuthbertson, baptisms and marriages performed by Casper Stoever (Lutheran), and lists of names for Donegal Presbyterian Church. Index includes names such as Miller, Moore, Scott, Smith, Walker, Webb, and Williams. (279pp. index. Colonial Roots, 1994.) $25.00 2453. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 4 by F. Edward Wright Contains church records from Warwick Moravian, Lititz Moravian, and Donegal/Mount Joy Moravian, Frequent names in the index include Boroway, Christ, Frey, Grosch, Huber, Kreiter, Meyer, Rauch, Scherzer, Thomas, etc. (245pp. index. Colonial Roots, 2000.) $17.00 2549. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 5 by Robert L. Hess and F. Edward Wright Includes records of Lancaster Moravian, Strasburg Luth.; post-1770 lutheran congregation of White Oaks Union; the Conestoga, White Oak, and East Conestoga German Baptist; Ephrata Seventh Day Baptist; Muddy Creek Moravian; the register of Rev. Illing (anglican and Lutheran); and Lancaster Co. entries from the register of Rev. Waldschmidt. (317pp. Colonial Roots, 2001.) $22.00 2206. Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Land Records, 1729-1750, and Land Warrants, 1710-1742 by Marsha Martin Names of owners, adjoining property owners, heirs, wives, etc., with relationships of heirs, and history of the land back to the original patent. Especially useful in researching persons who had no will. (204pp. Willow Bend, 2002.) $18.50 2718. Lancaster County Signs of Faith; Church Signs From Central Pennsylvania by Pete Beckary and Robert Leahy These enlightening, challenging, thought-provoking, serious, but yet funny sayings appear on signs in front of churches. Photos scattered throughout the book make this an attractive gift item. (160pp. illus. Exponential Pubs., 2003.) $5.99 1927. Lancaster County: The Best Fun, Food, Lodging, Shopping, and Sights by Alonna F. Smith Comprehensive review of the best places to stay, visit, eat, and tour; practical information including addresses, hours, prices, menu items; detailed maps of the area; more than 70 photographs; historical background of

the county including the Mennonites and the Amish; all making Lancaster County a place that has something for everyone. (256pp. illus. Food Companion Press, 1997.) $10.95 3139. Lancaster Landmarks by Gerry Kershner Photos and verses pertaining to historic Lancaster Co., Pa., landmarks including Boehm's Chapel, Central Market, Ephrata Cloister, Fulton birthplace, Herr House, Landis Mill Bridge, Landis Valley, Manheim Station, Mascot Mill, Mueller House, Old Zion Church, Wheatland, and Wright's Mansion. (28pp. illus. Author, 2006.) $7.95

2881. 1775-1793. (Deed Books G-H. 277pp. Colonial Roots, 2004.) $24.00 2596. Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County's Families Based on Cemetery Research, Vol. I: Pequea Township (CD) by Darwin L. Martin and Regina Christman Martin This CD contains high resolution photos of every tombstone in Pequea Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa., with transcriptions displayed next to each photo and hot links to every adjacent tombstone. Document over ,00 individuals buried in church cemeteries as well as family cemeteries with names such as Good, Harnish, Haverstick, Hess, Kendig, Line, and Rush. Print out each tombstone photo as large as 8." x 11". The every-name index has links to each photo. (CD. Historic Impressions Press, 2002.) $29.95 2869. Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County's Families Based on Cemetery Research. Vol. II: Conestoga Township (CD) by Darwin L. Martin and Regina Christman Martin This CD contains high resolution photos of every tombstone in Conestoga Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., with transcriptions displayed next to each photo and hot links to every adjacent tombstone. Document over ,00 individuals buried in church cemeteries as well as family cemeteries with names such as Barr, Myley, Kendig, Carter, Eshleman, Fehl, Graver, Harnish, Hebbel, Hess, Myers, Shenk, Stehman, and Warfel. Print out each tombstone photo as large as 8." x 11". The every name index has links to each photo. (CD. Historic Impressions Press, 2003.) $29.95 2819. Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County's Families Based on Cemetery Research, Vol. III: West Lampeter Township (CD) by Darvin L. Martin and Regina Christman Martin This CD contains high resolution photos of every tombstone in West Lampeter Township, Lancaster Co., Pa., with transcriptions displayed next to each photo and hot links to every adjacent tombstone. Documents over 6,000 tombstones in 16 different cemeteries. Surnames: Bowman, Denglinger, Esbenshade, Eshleman, Groff, Harnish, Herr, Hess, Huber/Hoover, Houser, Kendig, Kreider, Landis, Lantz, Lefever, Miller, Mowrer, Musser, Mylin, Reese, Rohrer, Shank, Shaub, Smith, Trout, Weaver, Wenger, Witmer, and Yunginger. (Index. 2 CDs. Historic Impressions Press, 2004.) $39.95 2994. Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County's Families Based on Cemetery Research: Vol. IV: Millersville Borough by Darvin L. Martin and Regina Christman Martin Four CDs contain over 1,000 photos of every tombstone in Millersville Borough, Lancaster Co., Pa., arranged alphabetically and by location for 18,9 persons buried in the following cemeteries: Bethany Lutheran, Grace United Methodist, Herr Family, Millersville Mennonite, St. Paul Lutheran, Ziegler Family, and Zion Reformed. (Index. 4 CDs. Historic Impressions Press, 2005.) $59.95 3117. Let These Stones Speak: A Genealogical Guide to Lancaster County's Families Based on Cemetery Research, Vol. 5, Strasburg Township and Borough Two CDs contain over 7,00 tombstone photos and data from Strasburg Mennonite, Zion U.C.C., Bunker Hill Old Order Amish, Old Dutch Lutheran and Reformed, St. Michael Lutheran, Strasburg, Strasburg Methodist, Strasburg Presbyterian, Wesley United Methodist, and the following family cemeteries: Barr, Bassler, Brackbill-Neff, Eckman-Kunkle, Groff-Overly, Howery, Lefevre, Martin, Ranck, and Shultz. (Index. 2 CDs. Historic Impressions Press, 2006.) $39.95 2347. A List of Emigrant Ministers to America, 16901811 by Gerald Fothergill This alphabetical listing of some 1,00 ministers and schoolmasters from England were authorized by the Church of England to serve in the British colonies in the Americas. Statistics given include the colony of destination, date of emigration, and the source. Some also include dates of birth and death, names of parents. (65pp. Clearfield Co., 2000 reprint of 1904 ed.) $12.00

3151. Lancaster Landmarks 2007 Calendar by Gerry Kershner A delightful 007 calendar to hang on your wall this year with a variety of Lancaster Co., Pa., historic landmarks to remind you of your rich heritage! Sites include Hans Herr House, Boehm's Chapel, Central Market, Ephrata Cloister, Robert Fulton Birthplace, Landis Mill Bridge, Landis Valley Museum, Manheim Railroad Station, Mascot Roller Mills, Johannes Mueller House, Old Zion Church, Wheatland, and Wrights Ferry Mansion. (illus. Masthof Press, 2006.) $6.95 2595. Landis Valley Museum: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Elizabeth Johnson Landis Valley Museum, a complex of more than twentyfive buildings in Lancaster, Pa., founded in the 1920s by brothers Henry K. and George D. Landis, preserves Pa. Dutch rural life from the mid-eighteenth century to the early-twentieth century. The guidebook surveys Pa. Dutch culture, profiles the brothers who amassed more than 7,000 objects relating to Dutch heritage, and concludes with a tour of the buildings and grounds. Illustrated with full-color as well as black and white photos. (48pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2002.) $10.00 1459. Land Records in the Perkiomen Region Abstracted from Vol. V, No. 1 The Perkiomen Region, published in Jan. 197 with names such as Bernard, Evan, Groff, Johnson, Powell, Snyder, and Zimmerman. (17pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1993.) $5.50 1228. Landholders in Philadelphia County (Outside the City) 1734 compiled by Harry C. Adams Over 1,00 names of persons paying quit-rent to the Proprietors of Pa. for all lands outside the city of Phila., Pa.; includes most of the present city/county of Philadelphia, Montgomery Co., and Berks Co., sorted by name, and by township or district. Also an alphabetical and township sort of Rupp's list of the same source who were thought to have German, Swiss, and Dutch ancestry. Has a map of the county in 17. (48pp. Adams Apple Press, 1993.) $10.00 Land Records of York County, Pennsylvania by Mary Marshall Brewer York Co., Pa., was created out of Lancaster Co. in 179 and at its inception included all of present-day York and Adams Counties. These books represent Deed books A through H and often reveal the relationship of parents, grandparents, and other family members. This is especially helpful when an ancestor dies without a will. 2849. 1746-1764. (Deed Books A-B. 266pp. Colonial Roots, 2004.) $22.50 2880. 1764-1771. (Deed Books C-D. 263pp. Colonial Roots, 2002.) $23.00 2900. 1771-1775. (Deed Books E-F. 200pp. Colonial Roots, 2004.) $20.00

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2864. Listen to the Silence by Willis Kilheffer History of the Mennonites who settled at East Petersburg, Lancaster Co., Pa., in the 18th century. (25pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $6.95 171. Locating Your Colonial German Families in Pennsylvania by Annette K. Burgert Offers guidelines for researchers looking for their Pa. roots. Topics covered include libraries, naturalization records, church records, etc. Suggestions are given on locating the county in which your ancestor settled. (10pp. AKB Publications, 1983.) $3.00 2456. Lost in Pennsylvania? Try the Published Pennsylvania Archives by Christine Crawford-Oppenheimer An easy-to-follow guide that leads genealogists through the complex maze of the Pennsylvania Archives series. It includes a double-paged chart summarizing each volume's contents and indexing. (20pp. Genealogical Society of Pa., 1999.) $5.95 2606. Malvern: The Chester Valley Settlement by John Lapp History of the oldest Amish-Mennonite Church in America built in 179 near Malvern, Pa., which is no longer in existence. This booklet tells the story of families: Carber (Garber?), Coffman, Davis, Hall, Lapp, Rickaback, Ruth, Shank, Snyder, and Zook/Zug. (8pp. illus. Author, 2002.) $1.50 2024. Marriages and Deaths From the York Recorder, 1821-1830 by F. Edward Wright Notices of deaths and marriages which occurred in York Co., Pa., and surrounding Md. and Pa. counties. Taken from extant copies at the Library of Congress. Index includes names such as Boyer, Ebert, Forney, Ilgenfritz, King, Kurtz, Mayer, Miller, Schmucker, Smith, etc. (83pp. index. Family Line Publications, 1995.) $11.50 Marriages and Deaths in the Newspapers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Now back in print, these vital statistics were taken from issues of the Lancaster Examiner, Lancaster Journal, Lancaster Union, Bethania Palladium, Lancaster Intelligencer, Columbia Spy, and a few other isolated issues held by Lancaster Co. Hist. Soc. and the Library of Congress. Entries for different newspapers sometimes conflicted as to ages, dates, spelling of names, etc. These disparities are noted while duplicate entires with identical data have been eliminated. 381A. Vol. I, 1821-1830 (200pp. 2005.) $20.00 173. Maryland Research Guide by John W. Heisey For persons who have ancestors who lived in Maryland, this book offers some suggestions to save time and possibly introduce you to new sources for research. Topics covered include church, vital, city, county, state, military, and national records, immigration, naturalization, research on blacks, libraries, genealogical societies, periodicals, and maps. (37pp. Heritage House, 1986.) $12.00 2851. The Maryland State Archives Atlas of Historical Maps of Maryland, 1608-1908 by Edward Papenfuse and Joseph Coale III This is an atlas by historians for historians with an emphasis on the maps in their historical context. We learn not only who made the maps, but who owned and used them, how they were used, and what the economics and politics of their compilation and production were--a fine atlas for anyone interested in Md. history. Using the latest digital technology, this atlas contains stunning full-color reproductions of more than 0 maps. (208pp. illus. hardcover. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2004.) $69.95 1066. Maryland Revolutionary Records by Harry Wright Newman The information in this book is taken from more than ,000 Revolutionary War pension claims and bounty land applications. (155pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1993 reprint of 1938 edition.) $20.00 2776. Medina Co. Pioneers Surname: H; The Life and Times, Births and Deaths of Our Ancestors compiled by Beverly Elizabeth Teibel Are you tired of looking through page after page of in-

formation trying to find your family name? Do you wish that the names would be highlighted so that research would be quicker? Well this author has taken a ton of information from the Medina Co., Ohio area and put it into book form with the family names highlighted that begin with the letter "H." There are newspaper articles, mini biographies, court records, cemetery records, birth, death, and church records, and much, much more. All names mentioned in the book are indexed. (313pp. index. Closson Press, 2001.) $30.00 2774. Medina Co. Pioneers Surnames: M; The Life and Times, Births and Deaths of Our Ancestors compiled by Beverly Elizabeth Teibel See description of above book which is the same as this book, except that the surnames begin with "M" instead. (267pp. index. Masthof Press, 2003.) $24.00 2696. Men of Mark and Representative Citizens of Harrisonburg and Rockingham County, Virginia by John W. Wayland Biographies of persons identified with Rockingham Co., Va., or the city of Harrisonburg, Va., with these surnames: Beard, Biedler, Blosser, Bowman, Breneman, Brunk, Byers, Coffman, Conrad, Estep, Fahrney, Flory, Foley, Fry, Garber, Glick, Good, Heatwole, Hoover, Keller, Lineweaver, Long, Miller, Myers, Neff, Ney, Ott, Paul, Pennybacker, Rosenberger, Showalter, Sipe, and Snyder. (451pp. illus. index. Clearfield, 2002 reprint of 1943 ed.) $37.50 2883. The Monongahela Valley The Monongahela River forms this valley in the hills of W.V. and flows in a northerly direction through Greene, Fayette, Washington, Westmoreland, and Allegheny Counties to Pittsburgh, Pa. This valley was a hot bed of immigration during the late 1700s and early 1800s with well over 0,000 valley residents. (CD of 2,267pp. index. Retrospect Pub., 2001.) $39.95 2720. Mother Cumberland--Tracing Your Ancestors in South-Central Pennsylvania by Raymond M. Bell Facts, figures, lists, references, and historical background on researching the people who settled the Cumberland Valley of Pennsylvania. A reprint of the original 1989 book, this is an important resource for any family historian seeking ancestors who may have lived in or migrated through Pa. Charts and maps detail the creation and evolution of townships in the Cumberland Valley. Also current addresses and web sites for genealogical or historical societies in all ten counties that comprise "Mother Cumberland." (72pp. Hearthside Press, 2003.) $9.95 2974. Names of Persons Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to the State of Pennsylvania Between the Years 1777 and 1789 by Thompson Westcott This invaluable list of nearly ,000 persons who signed the Revolutionary oath of allegiance in Philadelphia gives the name of signer, the actual date of signing, and, where known, the occupation and residence of the signer. In many cases, the signer previously resided in another of the 1 colonies, and this as well as his European origins are mentioned. (145pp. index. Clearfield Co., 2005 reprint of 1865 ed.) $22.50 1672. The National Road edited by Karl Raitz This comprehensive, authoritative, and richly illustrated volume offers a sweeping overview of the project that shaped the geography and history of, the U. S. by uniting East and West--and ultimately, dividing North and South. Begun in 1808 in Cumberland, Md., the Road's first segment reached Wheeling, W. Va., in 1818. By 180 it extended to Vandalia, Ill. From there two routes went west toward the Mississippi River. (424pp. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1996.) $34.95 (Add an additional $2.00 to the postage bill.) 2577. Naturalization of Washington County, Maryland, Prior to 1880 by Marsha Lynne Fuller This is a wonderful source book for anyone researching immigrant ancestors in Washington Co., Md.--the middle of two major migratory routes of the National Road and the southern access to the Valley of Va. Over 1,700 documents dating from 1798 to 1879 include the ancestor's name, birthdate and birthplace, date

and port of emigration from Europe and immigration into this country. (310pp. index. Willow Bend Books, 2001.) $26.00 2775. Neversink: Reading's "Other" Mountain (The Resort Years: 1880-1930) by Paul A. Druzba In 1900, Neversink was the southern boundary of Reading, Pennsylvania, and the home of boundless opportunity. It was the former home of the Lenni Lenape Indians. It was the neighbor of the Schuykill River and the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad. It had first class hotels and its own railroad, and it was the place to be at the dawn of the twentieth century. (192pp. illus. Exeter House Books, 2003.) $14.95 A New Index, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Before the Federal Census by Gary T. Hawbaker and Clyde L. Groff These tax records may help you find the clue to locate the township where your family lived. This series is considered one of the most valuable research tools by serious researchers of Lancaster Co. families. 436A. Vols. 1-2 (1780) (8,800+ names on 169pp.) $15.00 436B. Vol. 3 (1750) (6,000+ names on 116pp.) $15.00 436C. Vol. 4 (1718-1726) Contains names from Chester Co., Pa., but the area included later became a part of Lancaster Co. (5,000+ names on 113+ pp.) $12.50 436D. Vol. 5 (1770) Covers years 1769 through 1771. (11,000+ names on 224pp.) $15.00 2877. Northwestern Pennsylvania History by Joseph Riesenman, Jr. This history of northwestern Pa. covers the counties of Erie, Crawford, Mercer, Venango, Warren, Forest, Clarion, McKean, Elk, Jefferson, Cameron, and Clearfield, Volumes I, II, and III. (CD of 1943 reprint of 2,109pp. index. Retrospect Pub., 2002.) $39.95 1396. 1900 Census Index, Bucks County, Pennsylvania by Thomas G. Myers Index of over 7,000 individuals (mostly heads of households and other household members with different surnames). Names include Benner, Brown, Carver, Ely, Johnson, Kulp, Miller, Moyer, Roberts, Smith, Williams, Worthington, and more. (n.n. spiral. Compiler, Adams Apple Press, 1993.) $25.00 1397. 1920 Census Index, Bucks County, Pennsylvania by Thomas G. Myers Index contains names of almost 0,000 individuals (primarily heads of households and other household members with different surnames). Frequently-used names include Anderson, Diehl, Fisher, Leatherman, Moyer, Rosenberger, Shelly, Watson, Young, etc. (n.n. spiral. Compiler, Adams Apple Press, 1993.) $25.00 2615. Ohio Cemeteries This two-volume set concisely describes all Ohio cemeteries, referring to county and township roads. The more obscure cemeteries do not appear on ordinary road maps, so it is recommended that a county map be procured from the Engineer's Office at the county courthouse to assist in the location. The second volume is an addendum to the first volume. (582pp. illus. index. Ohio Gen. Soc., 1978, 1990.) $30.00 (Add extra $1.50 to postage.) 177. Ohio Genealogical Research Guide by John W. Heisey This informative guide for researchers studying Ohio families includes chapters on Ohio history, church records, military sources, Ohio Historical Center, Ohio State Library, Cincinnati Public Library, Western Reserve Historical Society, Ohio Genealogical Society, other genealogical and historical libraries, genealogical publications, and early Ohio maps. (35pp. Heritage House, 1987.) $10.00 178. Ohio Guide to Genealogical Sources by Carol Willsey Bell A hardbound guide to published and unpublished sources on Ohio with references as to where one can find the source. Each county begins with historical facts, available court records, census records, newspapers, tax

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records, and ends with a bibliography. (372pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1988.) $30.00 471. The Ohio Open Records Law and Genealogy: Researching Ohio Records by Ann Fenley Comprehensive, practical guide for genealogical research of Ohio records. The Ohio Open Records Law, often misunderstood, is presented in a way to help the reader determine when and how to use it effectively to gain access to records that might otherwise be withheld. (115pp. The Ohio Connection, 1989.) $15.00 1765. Old Goshenhoppen Cemetery compiled by Edgar B. Grubb, Abram C. Hunsicker, Raymond E. Hollenbach Contains burials at Old Goshenhoppen, Upper Salford Twp., Montgomery Co., Pa., with an every-name index. Frequent names include Bergey, Boyer, Gabel, Groff, Hiltebeitel, Jeyser, Smith, Wolford, Ziegler. (94pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1996.) $15.00 1516. The Old Pike: A History of the National Road, with Incidents, Accidents, and Anecdotes Thereon by Thomas Searight This old road first opened in 1818 beginning at Cumberland, Maryland, and ending in Illinois. Until the coming of the railroads west of the Allegheny Mountains in 18, the National Road was the one great highway over which passed the bulk of trade and travel between the east and west. (408pp. illus. Heritage Books, 1995 reprint of 1894 edition.) $31.00 1518. Oley Valley Heritage: The Colonial Years: 1700-1775 by Philip E. Pendleton Pendleton traces the settlement of the Oley Valley with development of its economy, church life, and governmental institutions. Drawings from the 18th and 19th centuries illustrate historic landscapes and important buildings that are now lost. Period maps detail every farm tract, church, tavern, and industry in the valley in 17, 170, and 177, with the name of each landowner indicated. Names in index include Bertolet, Boone, DeTurk, Huffnagel, Jones, Leinbach, Millard, Robeson, Schneider, Warren, Weiler, . . . (232pp. hardcover with full-color dust jacket. illus. index. Pa. German Society, 1994.) $50.00 1194. Ontario Fraktur--A Pennsylvania German Folk Tradition in Early Canada by Michael S. Bird Over 0 examples (many in color) of fraktur in the three founding Mennonite communities in southern Ont. Surnames in the index include Bauman, Bechtel, Beissel, Borneman, Brubacher, Diller, Dirdorff, Dock, Dulheur, Eby, Erb, Fry, Hoffman, Hoover, Horst, Hübner, Hunsicker, Jantzi, Kolb, Kratz, Latschaw, Lehman, Lepper, Lichti, Martin, Moyer, Oberholtzer, Reist, Risser, Rudy, Sachse, Schumaker, Weber, Wismer, Zehr. (144pp. illus. hardcover. Feheley Pub., 1977.) $19.95 2799. Our Pennsylvania by Jerry Irwin This pictorial celebration of stunning photos found throughout the state of Pa. showcases the natural, historical, and cultural facets of life, offering an intimate glimpse into what makes Pa. so unique. You will see well-known spots as Gettysburg, the rolling farmlands of Pa. Dutch Country, the Great Valley Mill, Brandywine Scenic Railroad, Hershey's Chocolate World, Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, and the historic cities of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. (128pp. illus. hardcover. Voyageur Press, 2004.) $19.95 219B. Pastors and People: German Lutheran and Reformed Churches in the Pennsylvania Field, 17171793, Vol. II: The History by Charles H. Glatfelder Finely illustrated and well-documented, this reference volume covers the history of these churches in 1717, including Henkel, Stoever, and Boehm in early settlement. Learn more about the lifestyle and conditions of Pennsylvania in the 18th century. (544pp. hardcover. 1981.) $30.00 2598. Pathways to Renewal: A Narrative History of Neffsville Mennonite Church, 1952-2002 by Roy S. Burkholder Burkholder sets the stage in Lancaster Co., Pa., in 19 and tells how dynamic young leaders forged a new congregation. These leaders were John Rudy, Ross

Goldfus, Maurice Landis, Ammon Kauffman, and Luke Brubaker. Read why the Neffsville congregation was at times known as the television church, the musical church, the divorce church, and the rich church. Pastors who guided the congregation through periods of change include Maurice Landis, John R. Martin, Clyde Fulmer, G. Edwin Bontrager, and Linford King. (250pp. illus index. hardcover. Author, 2002.) $15.95 1155. Payment for Land Purchases in the Perkiomen Country, 1712-1741 transcribed and reprinted by Harry C. Adams Excerpted from The Perkiomen Region Journal, 1891901, this is probably the earliest record of quit-rent payments made by the original settlers to the Land Office of Pa. in Philadelphia. A very important source for establishing early dates of settlement. (30pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1993.) $6.00 1980. Pennsylvania Almanac by Jere Martin A user-friendly guidebook on everything from government, industry, and media to population, state parks, and cultural events. The most complete information source available on the people, places, and character of the Keystone State. (352pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 1997.) $19.95 2599. Pennsylvania Archives Third Series Vols. XI and XII: Chester County Tax Lists (CD) Volume XI includes provincial papers: proprietary tax lists of the county of Chester for the years 176, 1766, 1767, 1768, 1769, 1771 (William Henry Egle, Commonwealth of Pa., 1897). Volume XII includes the above for years 177, 1779, 1780, 1781, 178. Contains the Retrospector Viewer, which allows you to view the original page images and conduct full text searches. (CD. Retrospect Publishing, 2002.) $24.95 2600. Pennsylvania Archives Third Series Vol. XIII: Bucks County Tax Lists (CD) Volume XIII contains provincial papers: proprietary and other tax lists of the county of Bucks for years 1779, 1781, 178, 178, 178, 178, 1786 (William Henry Egle, Commonwealth of Pa., 1897). Contains a Retrospector Viewer which allows you to view the original page images and conduct full text searches. (CD. Retrospect Publishing, 2002.) $19.95 2616. Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Vol. XVIII: Berks County Tax Lists (CD) Volume XVIII contains provincial papers; proprietary and state tax lists of Berks Co., Pa., for the years 1767, 1768, 1779, 1780, 1781, 178, and 178. A section of Schuylkill Co., Pa., was a part of Berks Co. during this time period. Parts of the present-day counties of Montour, Columbia, Northumberland, Union, Lycoming, Snyder, Clinton, and Centre, were part of Berks Co. until 177. With the use of the Retrospect Viewer you will be able to search for any taxpayer listed. (CD. Retrospect Pub., 2002.) $19.95 2885. Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, Vols. XXIV, XXV, and XXVI: Warrantees of Land Volumes -6 of the Third Series contain the names of Pa. warrantees with number of acres and dates of warrant from 170 to 1898. These three volumes were transcribed from the Warrant Registers which serves as a master index to warrants, surveys, and patents. Jonathan R. Stayer's introduction describes the land warrant system and how to locate original records. (CD of 2,517pp. index. Retrospect Pub., 2003.) $24.95 3014. Pennsylvania Biographies and Genealogies, 1600s-1800s--CD This CD names 1,000 individuals who lived primarily in southeastern and southwestern Pa. during the colonial and early federal periods. Historical sketches, essays, biographies, and genealogies of these early Pa. families (mainly Quakers, Scotch-Irish, and German) are the ancestors of hundreds of thousands of individuals living today. Books included on this CD: Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pa. (Jordan), Pa. Genealogies, Chiefly Scotch-Irish and German (Egle), Ohio Valley Genealogies (Hanna), A Genealogical and Biographical History of Allegheny Co., Pa. (Cushing), A Genealogical and Personal History of Bucks Co., Pa. (Davis), Biographical and Genealogical Sketches from Central Pa. (Godcharles), A Biographical History

of York Co., Pa. (Gibson), A Biographical History of Lancaster Co., Pa. (Harris), A Biographical History of Greene Co., Pa. (Bates), Fayette Co., Pa. Biographies (Wiley), Families of Beaver Co., Pa. (Richard), Index to the Encyclopedia of Pa. Biography (Godcharles and Stock), Some of the First Settlers of the Forks of the Delaware (Kieffer), and Early Friends Families of Upper Bucks (Roberts). (CD. Gen. Pub. Co., 2005.) $39.99 1981. Pennsylvania Births: Berks County, 1710-1780 by John T. Humphrey More than 1,00 recorded births were found in church, pastoral, and meeting registers representing an array of religious beliefs, Quaker, Catholic, Lutheran, Episcopalian/Anglican, German Reformed, and Moravian. Birth records are arranged alphabetically by surname. Each entry lists the name of the infant, the date of birth/baptism, the name of father and mother, and source or church record where that information can be found. This compilation used records found within Berks Co. boundaries as they exist in 1997. (393pp. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $30.00 2066. Pennsylvania Births: Berks County, 17811800 by John T. Humphrey More than 1,00 recorded births were found in church, pastoral, and meeting registers representing an array of religious beliefs including: Quaker, Catholic, Lutheran, Episcopalian/Anglican, German Reformed, and Moravian. Each entry lists the name of the infant, date of birth or baptism, the name of the father, mother, and source or church record. (382pp. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $30.00 1156. Pennsylvania Births: Bucks County, 1682-1800 by John T. Humphrey English Quakers, Scotch-Irish, Holland Dutch families from N.Y. and N.J., and German settlers can all be found in these mostly unpublished church records of one of the oldest Pa. counties. More than 1,000 recorded births are arranged alphabetically by surname. Each entry lists the name of the infant, the date of birth/baptism, name of the father, mother, and source. (352pp. Humphrey Pubs., 1993.) $31.00 3100. Pennsylvania Births: Carbon County, 17951825; Monroe County, 1741-1825; Schuylkill County, 1755-1825 by John T. Humphrey More than 10,716 recorded births from 0 church registers give early births in these three Pa. counties. (360pp. hardcover. Author, 2006.) $29.00 1359. Pennsylvania Births Chester County, 16821800 by John T. Humphrey Chester Co. was one of the three original Pa. counties established by Penn in 168. The geographic boundaries used to define the scope of this book are the jurisdictional boundaries of the county as it exists today. More than 9,000 recorded births are listed in this volume all arranged alphabetically by surname. Each entry lists the name of the infant, the date of birth/baptism, the name of the parents, and the source or church record where that information can be found. (245pp. Larjon & Company, Inc., 1994.) $27.00 2998. Pennsylvania Births: Dauphin County, 17571825 by John T. Humphrey Dauphin Co., Pa., was formed in 178 from parts of Lancaster, Berks, and much of present Lebanon Co. These birth records were primarily found in early German Reformed and Lutheran church registers. Each entry lists the name of the infant, the date of birth/ baptism, the name of father and mother, and source or church record where information was found. (323pp. hardcover. Author, 2005.) $28.00 1561. Pennsylvania Births: Delaware County, 16821800 by John T. Humphrey While Delaware Co., Pa., was only established in 1789, some of Pa.'s oldest settlements can be found here. All the Quaker records used for this compilation were taken from monthly meetings, 1681-168. Also included are births found in registers for two early Protestant Episcopal Churches. Over ,00 births! (117pp. hardcover. Humphrey Pubs., 1995.) $18.50 1811. Pennsylvania Births: Lancaster County, 17231777 by John T. Humphrey More than 1,000 birth records from 1 church, pas-

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toral, and meeting registers representing an array of religious beliefs cover Quaker, Catholic, Lutheran, Episcopalian/Anglican, German Reformed, and Moravian congregations. Births found in the register for the Moravian Church at Lititz also appear here. Arranged by surname and includes name of infant, date of birth or baptism, name of father, the mother, and the source or church records where that information can be found. (397pp. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $29.00 1889. Pennsylvania Births: Lancaster County, 17781800 by John T. Humphrey Includes more than 1,00 recorded births found in 1 church, pastoral, and meeting registers representing an array of religious beliefs including Quaker, Catholic, Lutheran, Episcopalian/Anglican, German Reformed, and Moravian. This volume includes births found in the register for the Moravian Church at Lititz--a register that was inaccessible and untranslated prior to the publication of this work. (397pp. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $29.00 1675. Pennsylvania Births: Lebanon County, 17141800 by John T. Humphrey Surviving Lebanon Co. church registers reveal that the early population was predominantly German. Virtually all records used for this compilation came from Lutheran, Reformed, and Moravian church registers. County boundaries in this area of Pa. changed considerably prior to the creation of Lebanon Co. in 181. The church registers used here are for churches found with the county boundaries as they exist in 1996. More than 7,00 recorded births in this book, arranged alphabetically, were found in 19 church and pastoral records. (267pp. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $26.50 952. Pennsylvania Births: Lehigh County, 17341800 by John T. Humphrey Church records for Lehigh Co., Pa., reveal over 11,000 children of mostly German parentage who were born in this area from 17 to 1800. Arranged alphabetically by surname, each entry lists the name of the infant, the date of birth, the name of the father, mother, and the source or church record. (327pp. hardcover. Humphrey Pubs., 1992.) $29.50 1034. Pennsylvania Births: Montgomery County, 1682-1800 by John T. Humphrey This volume includes over 18,000 recorded births found in some of Pa.'s oldest records. Each entry is arranged alphabetically by surname, listing the infant, date of birth, the name of the father, mother, and the record where the data was found. (536pp. hardcover. Humphrey Pubs., 1992.) $39.50 1302. Pennsylvania Births: Philadelphia County, 1644-1765 by John T. Humphrey Early church registers for Philadelphia show that in less than 100 years this city had become rich in ethnic diversity. Included among its early residents were immigrants from Sweden, England, Wales, Scotland, Ireland, Germany, Switzerland, and Holland. The more than 17,000 recorded births in this book are arranged alphabetically by surname. Each entry lists the name of the infant, the date of birth/baptism, the name of the father, the mother, and the source or church record. (567pp. hardcover. Humphrey Pubs., 1994.) $39.00 1562. Pennsylvania Births: Philadelphia County, 1766-1780 by John T. Humphrey More than 17,000 recorded birth records in this volume are arranged alphabetically by surname. Each entry lists the name of the infant, the date of birth/baptism, the name of the father, the mother, and the source of church record where that information can be found. Over ,000 of these births were found in a previously untranslated register for St. Michael's and Zion Lutheran Church. That register, begun as a personal register in 176 by Rev. Henry Melchior Muhlenberg, runs concurrently with another register for the same congregation. (570pp. hardcover. index. Humphrey Pubs., 1995.) $39.00 2130. Pennsylvania Births: York County, 1730-1800 by John T. Humphrey The fourteenth in the series, this book was prepared as an aid for genealogical research in the extant records of early York Co., Pa., churches. More than 16,00 recorded births were found in 7 church, pastoral, and meeting registers representing religious beliefs

including: Quaker, Anglican Episcopalian, Lutheran, German Reformed, and Moravian. Each entry lists the infant's name, date of birth or baptism, the name of the father, mother, and source or church record. (486pp. hardcover. Author, 1998.) $36.00 2392. Pennsylvania Colonial Records--CD This CD contains ten books including Index to Pa.'s Colonial Record Series; Early Pa. Land Records; Colonial and Revolutionary Families of Pa.; Names of Foreigners Who Took the Oath of Allegiance to . . . Pa., 1727-1775; and more. The books contain newspaper abstracts, naturalization records, land records, court records, and family histories which identify approximately 00,000 people who lived in Pa. during the colonial and Revolutinary War period. (CD. Gen. Pub. Co., 2000.) $29.99 2674. Pennsylvania Divorces by Eugene F. Throop Three volumes (Cumberland County, Pa., Divorces, 1789-1860; Pennsylvania Divorces: Dauphin County, 1788-1887, and York County, 1790-1860; and Lancaster County, Pa., Divorces, 1786-1832) are reproduced on a CD formatted for either Macintosh or Windows. All three books contain the available divorce records, typically the date and place of marriage, any previous marriages, children, other family members named as witnesses, and "next friend." (CD. Heritage Books, 2002.) $24.00 2544. Pennsylvania Dutch and Other Essays by Phebe Earle Gibbons Between 1869 and 188, Quaker Gibbons wrote her first-hand observations of the lifestyles and customs of the Pa. Dutch groups that surrounded her--the Amish, Mennonites, Moravians, Schwenkfelders--as well as English Quakers, and Welsh and Irish miners of Scranton. She described their weddings, funerals, religious practices, social gatherings, family life, folk beliefs, and holidays. (448pp. Stackpole Books, 2001.) $16.95 2247. Pennsylvania Firsts: The Famous, Infamous, and Quirky of the Keystone State by Patrick M. Reynolds Bubble gum, zippers, Groundhog Day, Little League baseball, the gas station . . . people everywhere take these for granted, but we have the inventiveness and skill of Pennsylvanians to thank for all of them. Pennsylvania Firsts looks at numerous contraptions and activities that got their start in the state, explaining the background of each "first" and noting the impact that it has had elsewhere. From the amazing and amusing to the famous and fantastic, you will see why Pennsylvania so richly deserves its reputation as the "keystone" of our nation! Unique 6" x 7" size. (192pp. illus. Camino Books, Inc., 1999.) $9.95 1239. Pennsylvania Genealogical Library Guide by John W. Heisey Names, addresses, telephone numbers, and a short description of over 00 libraries in Pa. that house genealogical information appear in this handbook--a must for every genealogist who has ancestors from Pa. Wellknown libraries as well as the lesser-known depositories which may have that hidden piece of information for your family tree appear here in an easy-to-use format. (85pp. index. Masthof Press, 1997.) $8.50 993. Pennsylvania Genealogies and Family Histories: A Bibliography of Books About Pennsylvania Families by Donald O. Virdin This bibliography lists about ,800 books which contain genealogies and histories of families from Pa., who may have also had ties to other states as well. Each book is listed under the surname of the primary Pa. family which it covers; the names of allied families are listed in the cross-reference index. (269pp. index. 1992.) $37.00 3189. Pennsylvania German Immigrants, 1709-1786 by Don Yoder Early lists consolidated from Yearbooks of the Pennsylvania German Folklore Society, they identify German emigrants in their homeland as well as in Pa., with reference cites to manumission records, parish registers, passports, etc. Includes emigrants from Wuerttemberg, Wertheim, Zweibrucken, and Schaffhausen. (394pp. illus. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2006.) $38.50

2923. Pennsylvania German Marriages: Marriages and Marriage Evidence in Pennsylvania German Churches by Donna R. Irish Primarily a compilation of Reformed Church marriage records (includes some Lutheran and Union Church records), this provides documentation on over 0,000 persons of German origin or descent from about 100 churches in eastern Pa. Many of the records transcribed here are capsule pedigrees, some identifying three or more generations in a direct line of descent. (817pp. index. Clearfield Co., 2004 reprint of 1982 ed.) $57.50 919. Pennsylvania German Pioneers: A Publication of the Original Lists of Arrivals in the Port of Philadelphia from 1727 to 1808 edited by William John Hinke The most complete collection of colonial passenger lists ever published, this two-volume set includes all the original lists of persons who arrived in the port of Philadelphia between 177 and 1808. The lists give the names of 8,000 immigrants, names of ships, dates of arrival, and places of origin. All names and variant spellings are listed in the index of 0 pages and 0,000 references. (1,564pp. 2 vols. index. hardcover. Genealogical Pub. Co., 2002 reprint of 1934 ed.) $95.00 (Add an extra $2.00 to postage bill.) 2393. Pennsylvania German Roots Across the Ocean More than a dozen separate articles that first appeared over the years in The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine appear here on the problems of Pa. German immigrant research; abstracts of hard-to-find German records such as court documents, advertisements for missing heirs, and civil emigration books. (276pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Soc. of Pa., 2000.) $35.00 2131. The Pennsylvania Germans: Jesse Leonard Rosenberger's Sketch of Their History and Life edited by Don Heinrich Tolzmann This reprint of the 19 edition provides an introduction into the life and times of the Germans who settled in Pa. in the 1600s describing the immigration from Germany and the hardships that immigrants encountered including their life as a pioneer, their religion and education, manners, customs, and dress. A fascinating chapter covers the Pa. German proverbs and superstitions. (173pp. Heritage Books, 1998.) $17.50 2320. Pennsylvania Grave Stones: Northampton County by John T. Humphrey Names and date abstracted from gravestones as well as facts found on 7,800 persons born before 1800 who died and/or were bu. in Northampton Co., Pa., is recorded here in this compendium covering cemeteries. Source materials also includes (when available) church and burial records). Headings at the top of each page contain the name of the descendant, dates of birth and death, age, name of spouse, comments, and a source. (448pp. hardcover. Larjon & Co., 2000.) $35.00 2499. Pennsylvania Heritage: Diversity in Art, Dance, Food, Music, and Customs by Georg R. Sheets This coffee-table-type book beautifully portrays the many dimensions of the people of Pa. The tantalizing food sampler includes Mexican burritos, Polish kolacki, zucchini masala, baklava, and more. Visit craftspeople making redware, baskets, pysanky, wooden toys, dulcimers. Colorful photos by Blair Seitz. (160pp. illus. index. hardcover with dust jacket. RB Books, 2001.) $32.00 2778. Pennsylvania Land Applications, Vol. 1: East Side Applications, 1765-1769 by Kenneth D. McCrea This book includes information from over ,000 land applications that have never before been published. The East Side Applications were for land east of the Susquehanna River within the area that had been purchased from the Indians prior to 176. Information includes the name of the original applicant, the county the land was located in, the names of the person(s) filing later paperwork for the land, references to the surveys, and the names of neighbors at the time of the application. Includes a 16,000 every name index. (541pp. index. hardcover. McCrea Research, 2002.) $40.00

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2700. Pennsylvania Land Applications, Vol. 2: New Purchase Applications, 1769-1773 by Kenneth D. McCrea Information from ,8 land applications never before published, these New Purchase Applications were for land purchased from the Indians in 1768 through the Treaty of Fort Stanwix. Data includes the name of the original applicant, the county the land was located, names of person(s) filing later paperwork for the land, references to surveys, and names of neighbors at the time of the application. In many cases, the neighbors may never have obtained legal title for their land, therefore these people may have no other surviving record where they lived. (480pp. hardcover. Gen. Soc. of Pa., 2003.) $40.00 1399. Pennsylvania Land Records: A History and Guide for Research by Donna B. Munger A crucial work for researching Pa. history and genealogy. Some chapters include Indian Treaties, William Penn and Pa., First Purchasers, Surveyors General, Speculators, Land Lien Laws, James Logan, Land Settlement, etc. Includes a genealogical map of the counties and other maps and charts. (240pp. index. Scholarly Res., Inc., 1991.) $29.95 2533. Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1790: Names of Persons for Whom Marriage Licenses Were Issued in the Province of Pennsylvania Previous to 1790 by John B. Linn and William H. Egle The 6,00 licenses in this volume, the earliest recorded, are alphabetically arranged under both bride and groom, and date from 17. This reprint includes an extensive supplement of 8 pages, containing ,00 additional marriages. (376pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2001 reprint.) $30.00 2165. Pennsylvania Place Names by A. Howry Espenshade This is the standard reference work on Pa. place names. An unusual feature is the biographical and genealogical information about the persons whose names are inseparably connected with the counties, boroughs, cities, etc. Includes an extensive list of county histories, a table of Pa. counties' formation, and general index of persons, places, and subjects. (375pp. index. Clearfield Co., 2005 reprint.) $34.95 3148. Pennsylvania Research: County and Township Records by John T. Humphrey An invaluable research tool for any researcher with Pa. roots. Every county is featured with formation date, name of parent county; and records recorded at the county level and available on microfilm. Also included are sources like income tax records available at the National Archives and 19th century land ownership maps. Township formation dates and records are also given. (340pp. hardcover. Author, 2006.) $29.00 1796. Pennsylvania Traveler's Guide: the Lincoln Highway by Brian A. Butko Established in 191, the Lincoln Highway became the first roadway to cross the United States. This unique guidebook traces the entire route through Pa. (60 miles), taking you on an entertaining and enlightening trip back into time. Postcards, memorabilia, and photos offer a glimpse of what life was like with its roadside diners, quirky attractions, and spectacular scenery. Detailed directions guide you along the route so that you can discover how much of the old days is still around today. (321pp. index. illus. Stackpole, 1996.) $16.95 1240. The Pennsylvania Turnpike: A History by Dan Cupper (3rd revised edition) Illustrated history of the first "superhighway" which opened in 190. From early travel by wagons, canals, and rail to the latest improvements to Pa.'s growing turnpike system. Read about the building of the seven tunnels, and designing the 70-mile turnpike. (56pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1990.) $5.95 440. Pennsylvania's Historic Places by Ruth Hoover Seitz Captures the spirit and vitality of Pa.'s historic sites and museums, from Independence Park to Gettysburg to Fort Pitt. More than 00 years of history come alive through accessible, historically accurate text and striking color photos. The book includes descriptions of what to see and do today at each site. (192pp. hardcover. Good Books, 1989.) $22.95

1104. Pennsylvania's Natural Beauty by Ruth Hoover Seitz and Blair Seitz See the forests, falls, and flowers of the Keystone State through the eyes of award-winning photographer Blair Seitz. Delight in the colors and textures of plants, rocks, and water in state parks, forests, and gamelands. Featuring 10 color photos, including sixteen double-spreads, Pennsylvania's Natural Beauty also offers poignant essays by Ruth Seitz on nature's seasonal wonders. (120pp. hardcover. RB Books, 1993.) $29.95 2677. 1710 Pequea Settlement Tour; Resource Information Booklet by Samuel E. Wenger Detailed information on the first settlers of Lancaster Co., Pa., including historical maps of the area, genealogical data on those families. Settlers: Hans Jacob Kendig, John Funk, Benedict Brechbuehl, Jacob Miller, Henry Carpenter, Johann Anton Weber, Ulrich Hauser, Wendell Bowman, John/Hans Herr, Henry Kendig, Christian Herr, Martin Mylin, and Martin Kendig. (169pp. Author, 1999.) $19.95 2678. 1712 Pequea Settlement Tour (Eastern Portion) by Samuel E. Wenger This tour itinerary covers the eastern ,000-acre section of the Martin Kendig tract settled by Ferree and LeFevre families in the 1700s. Brief background on the Pequea Settlement, the Ferree family and the first settlers of Paradise Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa., follows a short European history. Genealogy for five or six generations of the Ferree and LeFevre families are also given. (20pp. Author, 2001.) $8.00 1405. The Perkiomen Region, Vol. I, Numbers 1-6 Originally published by the Historical and Natural Science Society of the Perkiomen Region, Pennsburg, Pa., Dec. 191-Dec. 19. Index has names such as Bauman, Berkheimer, Cassel, Clemens, Dietz, Faust, Fischer, Gotwals, Hoffman, Jung, Landis, Mueller, Rittenhouse, Scholl, and more. (162pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1994.) $17.00 1631. The Perkiomen Region, Vol. II, Numbers 1-4 Contains information on mills, Keelors' Church, will of Christopher Dock, Old Goshenhoppen Lutheran Church records, and more. Some families mentioned include Kuntz, Sassamanhausen, Strassburger, Wagner, etc. Originally published by the Historical and Natural Science Society of the Perkiomen Region, Pennsburg, Pa., in 19. (102pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1995.) $17.00 1716. Perkiomen Region, Vol. III, Numbers 1-4 and Vol. IV, Number 1 First published by the Historical and Natural Science Society of the Perkiomen Region Aug. 1, 19-Apr. 1, 196. Republished with an every-name index. History of Sumneytown Academy; Thousand Acres in Rockhill, Bucks Co., Pa.; Marlborough Twp., Montgomery Co.; History of Old Goshenhoppen Reformed Church 1701830; John Pawling's will; Census of Keelor's Reformed Congregation; Markley's School House; . . . (136pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1996.) $17.00 1717. Perkiomen Region, Vol. V Contains landowners and taxables of Douglas Twp. 178; renters of McCalls Manor, Douglas Twp.; Perkiomen land grants and patents; marriages of the Bauern Freund, 188-18; founding of Indian Creek Reformed Church; Revolutionary War Brandywine to Valley Forge, and more. (136+pp. index. Adams Apple Press, 1996.) $17.00 1360. The Perkiomen Region, Past and Present edited by Henry S. Dotterer This edition includes Vols. I, II, and III (189-1901) of the monthly magazine with historical and genealogical records for the Perkiomen Watershed in southeastern Pa. Featured are the origins of the Reformed Church of Pa., Reformed Church of Holland; marriages by George Wack; land purchases in 1739-41; David Schultz's diaries; various Revolutionary officers from the area; and narratives on families such as Hiester, Krey, Pawling, Peterman, Reed, Schneider, Stapleton, etc. (482pp. hardcover. 15,000-name index. Adams Apple Press, republished 1994.) $55.00 (Plus an additional $1.00 for postage.) 1564. Pioneers of Old Frederick County, Virginia by Cecil O'Dell Located at the mouth of the Shenandoah Valley,

Frederick Co., Va., originally occupied a significant portion of 1 present-day counties in northern Va. and W. Va. on the south side of the Potomac River. O'Dell arranged his work into 15 smaller sections of the county. In each section, he traces the settlers and cites all of the records he examined, including a host of original sources and publications. Includes one four-color map of 1 counties; large maps; as well as 1 small maps. Index includes names such as Allen, Brubaker, Carter, Fry, Jones, McKay, Morgan, Pugh, Strode, Wright, and more. (624pp. hardcover. maps. Walsworth Pub., 1995.) $49.50 1983. A Pleasant View of Martindale, Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1733-1993 Read about the town of Martindale--its history, its people. Includes names of past and present residents for each property, bridges and mills, cemetery records, schools and churches, maps, stories, tragedies, lots of pictures. Also contains some Showalter and Fry history. (295pp. hardcover. illus.) $30.00 1521. Pleasantville Union Cemetery, 1714-1993 by Richard H. Yoder This Oley Twp., Berks Co., Pa., cemetery was originally a Yoder family cemetery located on the land of Hans Yoder dating back to March , 171. Other surnames include Angstadt, Cleaver, Hartline, Kerst, Stauffer, etc. Includes a background of the Oley Yoder family and many photos of Yoder tombstones. (illus. Yoder Newsletter, 1994.) $9.50 1771. The Potters and Potteries of Chester County, Pennsylvania by Arthur E. James Many of the 18th- and 19th-century potters of southern and western areas of the country have their roots in Chester Co., Pa. From the early Vickers, explanations of the manufacture are given and examples are shown. Some potters include Brosius, Cope, Grier, James, Schofield, Trunk, Vickers, etc. (208pp. illus. hardcover. Schiffer, 1978.) $20.00 3132. Pottstown Area Necrology Book I, 1878-1899 3133. Pottstown Area Necrology Book II, 1900-1909 compiled by Michael J. Osiol Copies of the original newspaper listings of persons who recently died in the Pottstown area between 1878-1909 include not only western Montgomery Co. residents, but also persons who lived in neighboring townships of southern Berks and northern Chester Cos. Source gives person's name, residence at death, date died, and age. The cemetery's name is also included for most entries. Listings for 188 and 1886 are unavailable and not listed here. 3132. (Book I, 90pp. illus. Compiler, 2006.) $20.00 3133. (Book II, 107pp. illus. Compiler, 2006.) $20.00 3087. Quakers--Origins, Families, and Beliefs in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Ross I. Morrison, Sr. The first Quaker to settle in Pa. was John Kennerly in 1691, followed by Mennonites, Irish, and Welsh Quakers. History and photos of many Quaker meetinghouses are pictured. (# in the Lancaster Co. Religious Sects Series) (50pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2006.) $6.99 2602. Railroad Museum of Pennsylvania: Pennsylvania Trail of History Guide by Dan Cupper A guidebook to the museum in Strasburg, Pa., covering the history of the state's railroad industry, with a tour of the 100,000-square-foot exhibit hall, which displays dozens of historic locomotives and rolling stock significant to Pa.'s railroad heritage. A complete checklist of the museum's collection of rolling stock is included. Illustrated with full-color photos. (48pp. Stackpole Books, 2002.) $10.00 222. Reading Furnace: 1736 by Estelle Cremers Beautifully illustrated with full-color and black-white photos, this book gives the history of the old Reading Furnace built in 176 in Chester Co., Pa. (194pp. Redding Furnace Press, 1986.) $11.65 1158. Recollections of Caernarvon Township, A Portrait of a Lancaster County Town, 1930-1992 by Mary T. Petrofske Local lore, diaries, letters, and more were used in writing this collection of fascinating stories. It conveys the flavor of a Pa. Dutch community of yesterday and today. (240pp. hardcover. illus. The Friends of Bangor Church, 1993.) $35.00

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3175. Records of Marriages and Burials in the Monocacy Church in Frederick County, Maryland, and in the Evangelical Lutheran Congregation in the City of Frederick, Maryland, 1743-1811 trans. and ed. by Frederick Sheely Weiser The earliest concentrated settlement of Germans in western Md. dates back to 17. Sample surnames in index: Allebach, Bachmann, Bauer, Becker, Beyerle, Derr, Eberle, Frantz, Graff, Kauffmann, Lehmann, Meyer, Miller, Steel, Weber, . . . (183pp. index. hardcover. National Gen. Soc., 1993.) $19.00 1719. Records of the Lutheran Congregation at Goshenhoppen, Upper Salford, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 1752-1937 Republished from The Perkiomen Region, Volumes I, II, and III and the translations of Raymond Hollenbach, every-name index, baptisms, communicants, confirmations, burials, and early church history, over ,000 references. (index. hardcover. Adams Apple Press, 1996.) $40.00 2773. Reminiscing Along the Conestoga; Memorabilia of Michael and Emma Burkholder and the Community Where They Persevered by Lester Burkholder This story explores the history of the Burkholder and Martin families who settled in the Weaverland Valley (Lancaster Co., Pa.) along the Conestoga River in the early 1700s. It is filled with "voices from the past" whose words are especially meaningful as they are of a personal nature, coming from an ancestor of a person's lineage. Many landmarks and events that influenced these early families are explored and explained in a community where everyone knew everyone else. (113pp. Author, 2003.) $11.95 1401. A Research Guide to the Tulpehocken Region, Lancaster (Now Berks and Lebanon) Counties, Pennsylvania by Annette K. Burgert This collection of petitions, tax lists, church membership lists, account books, etc., list names of early settlers of the Tulpehocken region. It also corrects previously published information. Names give a fairly complete representation of the names of settlers in the Tulpehocken region from 1710-17, although since this guide relied heavily on church lists, most Mennonite, Brethren, and Amish names do not appear. (32pp. index. AKB Pubs., 1994.) $7.50 763. The Rittenhouse Mill and the Beginnings of Papermaking in America by James Green William Rittenhouse, the first papermaker in America, built a mill in what is today Philadelphia's Fairmount Park. For almost forty years thereafter, the Rittenhouse family were the only papermakers in America. This book records the history with pictures of the Rittenhouse family from Europe to America as papermakers. (32pp. illus. Lib. Co. of Philadelphia and Friends of Historic RittenhouseTown, 1990.) $5.00 185. Runaways, Rascals, and Rogues, I by Gary T. Hawbaker Abstracts of notices printed in the Lancaster Journal between 179 and 1810 are printed in this unique reference volume--a book that certainly sheds new light on the lifestyle and conditions of this time. A number of common Mennonite names pop up here and there, primarily masters of servants or apprentices. The descriptions are exciting! (A review of this book appears on page of the Jan. 1988 MFH.) (144pp. index. Author, 1987.) $10.00 792. St. Thomas Church, Morgantown, Pa., A Parish History, 1740-1990 by Evans C. Goodling, Jr. Published in celebration of the 0th anniversary of the founding of this Episcopal church, this is a story about the people of Morgantown, Berks Co., and the surrounding area, recording their baptisms, confirmations, marriages, deaths, burials. (262pp. hardcover. illus. Author, 1990.) $30.00 1366. Salem (Belleman's) Church, Centre Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania: A Pictorial- Historical Review, 1746-1976 by Milton K. and Luella E. Blatt Filled with photos and illustrations of actual church records, this book contains a detailed history of the

church and its activities through the years. (270pp. illus. index. Authors.) $6.00 1984. Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, Archives, Vol. I by Phillip A. Rice and Jean A. Dellock Includes records of Revolutionary War soldiers, Civil War soldiers, courthouse, coal miners, deaths, cemeteries, and churches. St. Peter's Evang. Luth., Salem's Luth., St. Jacob's Evang. Luth., Zion's Union, St. Paul's (Summer Hill) Luth. and Ref., and Bethany Evang. Cong. Church records provide an immense amount of genealogical information. Surnames: Berger, Erdman, Fetterolf, Jones, Miller, Reed, Smith, etc. (560pp. index. hardcover. Closson Press, 1995.) $39.95 1985. Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, Archives, Vol. II by Phillip A. Rice and Jean A. Dellock Includes information on the town of Gordon, Old Welsh Cem., Mountain Laurel Cem., marriage records (1886-1887), the origin and names of towns and townships, biographies of local families, St. Peter's Luth./Ref. Church (Pine Grove Twp.), personal burial records of Rev. Isaac F. Stiely (Upper Manhantango Twp.), etc. Index includes Becker, Boyer, Campbell, Davis, Evans, Haldeman, Jones, Maurer, Snyder, etc. (577pp. index. Closson Press, 1996.) $39.95 1986. Schuylkill County, Pennsylvania, Archives, Vol. III by Phillip A. Rice and Jean A. Dellock Includes cemetery records for St. John's German Ref. Luth. Church, St. Paul's Evang. Cong. Church, Sacred Heart, St. James Episcopal, etc., plus Pottsville Republican death notices (197, 198), Schuylkill County in the Civil War, etc. Index includes names such as Betz, Davis, Faust, Jones, Leitzel, Miller, Reed, Wagner, and Zimmerman. (573pp. index. Closson Press, 1996.) $39.95 2214. Schwarzwald Church Register, Exeter Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania by Rev. J. Wilhelm Boos presented by Schuyllkill Roots Separated into two parts: Part One includes baptisms (1781-1811) while Part Two includes marriages (17811811) and deaths (178-1807). All the material was taken from the handwriting of the Rev. Johann Wilhelm Boos (170-181) and translated by C. W. Unger with the assistance of William H. Dietrich in the fall of 199. Surnames include Bayer, Crick, Dieter, Faust, Fischer, Hahn, Koch, Maurer, Schneider. (278pp. and 167pp. index. Closson Press, 1997.) $39.95 2854. The Scotch-Irish in America by Henry Jones Ford This reprint of a long out-of-print classic volume, begins with a detailed discussion of the events leading to the Scottish migration to Ulster in the 17th century, followed by the causes of the secondary exodus of these same "Scotch-Irish" to North America before the end of the century. Entire chapters are then devoted to the Scotch-Irish settlements in New England, N.Y., the Jerseys, Pa., and along the colonial frontier. (607pp. index. Clearfield Co., 2004 reprint of 1915 ed) $49.95 2788. The Scotch-Irish of Colonial Pennsylvania by Wayland F. Dunaway This is the most authoritative and most readable history of the Scotch-Irish of colonial Pa. ever written. It traces the important migratory movements of the Scotch-Irish from northern Ireland to Pa., and from Pa. down the foothills of the Appalachians through the great Valley of Va. to the Carolinas and Georgia. (273pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 2002 reprint of the 1944 ed.) $20.00 2887. Scotch-Irish Presbyterians in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Ross I. Morrison, Sr. By 179, about 6,000 ScotchIrish Presbyterians had immigrated to Lancaster Co., Pa. Over ,000 more came in the next forty years. This booklet tells their story including a hisory of the first Scotch-Irish Presbyterian churches. First in the series of "Lancaster County Religious Sects." (36pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2004.) $5.99

2434. Searching Philadelphia, Where to Look, When to Go, How to Get There Tips on where to look, when to go, and how to get to Philadelphia, Pa., to do research on your ancestry. Outlines the addresses, hours, and particulars of not only the most commonly-used facilities, but also repositories that are often overlooked. Web pages and e-mail addresses are included where available. A very helpful map of City Hall plus other maps. (25pp. illus. Bare Roots Pub., 2001.) $15.00 1633. Settlers of Maryland, 1679-1700 by Peter Wilson Coldham A continuation of Skordas's Early Settlers of Maryland (#1611). Using the same series of records, the Land Office books on file at the Maryland Hall of Records, identifies several thousand immigrants and tracts. Entries include family name, county, name of tract, acreage, date and reference to original source. (231pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1995.) $25.00 1724. Settlers of Maryland, 1751-1765 by Peter Wilson Coldham Contains an alphabetical list (by grantee name) of all 8,00 grants issued in the Province of Maryland between 171 and 176. Based on land records at the Hall of Records in Annapolis, it identifies all grants of land made by purchase, a process involving the issuing of warrants, certificates of survey, and patents. Entries in the book are arranged by family name, county, name of tract granted, acreage, date, and reference to original source(s). (367pp. index. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996.) $32.50 2033. Settlers of Maryland, 1766-1783 by Peter Wilson Coldham An alphabetical list of person's name, county, name of tract, acreage, date, and references. Frequent surnames include Clark, Dorsey, Hammond, Jones, Miller, Phillips, Smith, Taylor, Williams, etc. Also contains index of tract names. (204pp. hardcover. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996.) $25.00 1472. 1765 Chester County, Pennsylvania, Archives compiled by Katharine F. Dix Taken from the published Pa. Archives, Third Series, this list includes taxpayer/land owner, page number of the volume in the published Archives, township where the person was recorded, acres, number of horses, head of cattle, number of sheep, servants/slaves, and tax. Over ,700 names. (105pp. Closson Press, 1990.) $8.00 620. 1767 Berks County, Pennsylvania, Archives compiled by Katharine F. Dix The information here is extracted from the Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, and is an important tool for the Berks Co. researcher. Included is an alphabetical listing of the name of the taxpayer/land owner, occupation if listed, page number of the volume in the published Pennsylvania Archives, and also the township where the person was recorded. Intended to be used as a "book of clues," this helps indicate which direction to take to find your illusive ancestor. (33pp. Closson Press, 1989.) $6.00 2429. 1771 Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Archives by Katherine F. Dix The information in this book is extracted from the volumes of Pennsylvania Archives. It has an alphabetical listing of taxpayers/land owners which could represent a principal resident, non-resident, or single person. Includes volume in the Third Series of the Pennsylvania Archives where record can be found plus number of acres, horses, head of cattle, sheep, servant/slave tax. Valuable for pinpointing before the 1790 census. (104pp. Closson Press, 1990.) $8.00 1471. 1784 Berks County, Pennsylvania, Archives compiled by Katharine F. Dix Computerized index of information extracted from the Pennsylvania Archives, Third Series, such as taxpayer/land owner followed by page number of the volume in the Archives, and the township where the person was recorded. (95pp. Closson Press, 1987.) $8.00 1368. Sights, Scenes, Visions and Dreams: Looking Back at Ephrata A pictorial history and well-researched written narra-

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tive for each illustration portraying early life in Ephrata, Lancaster Co., Pa.: homes, business and public works; churches and schools; and events. (202pp. illus. hardcover. Historical Society of the Cocalico Valley, 1993.) $30.00 2523. Sketches of Early Schools of Twin Valley: . . . Berks County . . . Chester County by Jere E. Brady Delightful sketches and short histories of all the early school sites in the Twin Valley School District (Morgantown, Honey Brook, Elverson, and Robeson, Pa.). Sixty-nine schools are shown here with many memories of not only those one-room school days, but also items found and used in the classroom. (152pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 2001.) $29.95 2070. Sketches of Scarlet's Mill, Robeson Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania by Jere E. Brady The author/illustrator, born and raised in Scarlet's Mill, had access to family histories and local lore not available from any other source. Hundreds of names, past and present, are included in the index: Brady, Cramp, Eschelman, Keinard, McMullen, Sands, Scarlet, Wolf. (110pp. illus. index. hardcover. Windmill Pub., 1998.) $29.95 2732. Some Fruits of Solitude by Eric K. Taylor Subtitled "Wise Sayings on the Conduct of Human Life by William Penn," this was translated into today's English to make Penn's wisdom even more accessible to the contemporary reader. Hear Penn's voice in its simplicity and timelessness--sharing his spiritual idealism and combining it with practicality and common sense. (168pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $8.99 1110. Squire Thon's Diary Originally published in 188, this booklet contains extracts from the 1860s to 1880s. Squire Charles Thon kept a diary on his life in Lancaster Co., Pa., for 1 years, 187-1888. He was a Justice of the Peace for Lancaster Twp. for years and during his lifetime traveled throughout the county visiting people, including the Mennonites. A few of the names include Baker, Bausman, Brubaker, Frantz, Herr, Hershey, Landis, Mellinger, Miller, and Shenk. (168pp. index. Gary Hawbaker, 1993.) $10.00 2641. The Storm Gathering: The Penn Family and the American Revolution by Lorett Treese Focusing on Thomas and John Penn, the last proprietors of Pennsylvania, this is the story of William Penn's heirs and their precarious ownership of Pennsylvania in the 18th Century. The author recounts the struggles they faced with the Paxton Boys and the Indians on the frontier, Benjamin Franklin's drive for the establishment of a royal colony in the legislature, and finally the growing rift between the colonists and Britain that would lead to the Revolution and the devestment of Penn family power in Pennsylvania. (245pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2002.) $16.95 3065. Surname Index for Cumberland County, Pennsylvania, Cemeteries by Beth Carson This index lists all the surnames in over 10 different cemeteries in Cumberland Co., Pa. Suggestions are given to find more information about the cemeteries, but this index can open new doors for researchers. (442pp. Author, 2005.) $24.00 1777. Survey of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Architecture: 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries by Margaret Berwind Schiffer Featured are over 00 illustrations of past and present buildings from this historic county in southeastern Pa. The buildings shown date from as early as 168 and as late as 1890. A glossary of 17th-to-19th-century building terms is included. (395pp. hardcover. illus. Schiffer Pub. Ltd., 1984.) $35.00 1003. Susquehanna Heartland by Ruth Hoover Seitz View the beauty of the land and people of the lower Susquehanna River Valley of Pa. in this colorful volume, combining history, fun, reverence, and wonder. This area spans ten counties from Northumberland south to the Mason-Dixon Line. (120pp. hardcover. RB Books, 1992.) $24.95

2733. Susquehanna's Indians by Barry C. Kent Read the story of native Americans who lived along the streams and rivers of central Pa. from about the 1th century until their contacts with the Europeans. Some of this narrative is derived from contemporary historical accounts, but most is based on reconstructions from archeological discoveries. (438pp. Pa. Hist. and Museum Comm., 2001.) $16.95 3137. Swamp New Hanover by Robert Wood This is a collection of newspaper articles on the history of Swamp, New Hanover, Pa., in Montgomery Co. Articles cover Andreas Frey who was one of the early settlers in 1719, Auslanders, Benjamin Schneider, Civil War stories, Brendlinger's Store, Elliott Farm, Fagleyville School, Frank Brandt's Garage, Freed's Trucks, Church Houses, the Grange, Hartranft birthplace, hucksters, Pleasant Run, Daniel B. Royer diaries, Johann Heinrich Sassaman's Reformed Church, Johannes Schneider's Tannery, subscription schools, inns, and taverns. (165pp. illus., hardcover. New Hanover Twp. Hist. Soc., 2006.) $25.00 1568. Swedish-American Landmarks: Where to Go and What to See by Alan H. Winquist A thorough description of the many churches, farmsteads, schools, museums, etc., throughout America which are or were a part of the great wave of Swedish immigration to this country. Systematic survey of historical sites. (345pp. illus. index. Swedish Council of America, 1995.) $24.95 2439. A Taste of Pennsylvania History by Debbie Nunley and Karen Jane Elliott This is a guide to historic eateries and their recipes. The authors researched nearly 900 restaurants and dined at about 0 of them before selecting the 116 included here. They focused on restaurants of significant historical interest. The restaurants are grouped by theme--those located on the waterfront, those that were stops on the Underground Railroad, those frequented by famous people, and those haunted by a ghostly presence. It also includes several recipes from each restaurant. (304pp. illus. John F. Blair, 2000.) $18.95 594. Tax List of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1767 reprinted from Pennsylvania Archives Householders and landholders including landowners and tenants (no distinction made between the two) were listed in the published Third Series of Pennsylvania Archives. Inmates were residents of a household--not a renter--who worked for the landowner. Freemen were single men over the age of 1. This tax list in 1767 included the present-day counties of Berks, Schuylkill, Northumberland (most), Montour, Columbia (part), Lycoming (part), and Clinton (part). (81pp. Willow Bend, 2003.) $12.00 595. Tax List of Chester County of 1768 Who was listed on the 1768 Chester Co., Pa., tax lists? This book will answer that question. It also covers present-day Delaware Co., Pa. (215pp. index. Family Line Pubs., 1998.) $17.50 596. Tax List of York County, Pennsylvania, 1779 by F. Edward Wright Includes present-day Adams County. Taken exactly as written in the published Third Series, Pennsylvania Archives (1897). (160pp. index. Willow Bend, 2004.) $18.50 829. The Temple of Limestone: A History of Boehms Chapel, 1791-1991 by Abram W. Sangrey The title of this book is an 187 phrase from a classic, historic poem describing Boehms Chapel, a designated "shrine" of the United Methodist Church at Willow Street, Lancaster Co., Pa. For the Chapel's 200th anniversary, here are the facts of the people and events surrounding the emergence of Mennonite revivalism, Protestant-era pietism, and historic Wesleyanism in the 176-181 period. (165pp illus. Boehms Chapel Society, 1991.) $11.95 479. 30,000 Acres: Vincent and Pikeland Townships, 1686 to 1850 by Estelle Cremers Land titles in the Vincents and Pikelands have heretofore been untraceable before approximately 1790. Church histories indicated an earlier occupation of the land and ships' lists of immigrants gave a scatter shot-

in-the-dark at arrivals. It has only been since 198 that the Chew Papers disclosed the valuable Pikeland survey map, along with other documents. It is illustrated with photos, maps, and documents. (118+pp. Author, 1989.) $20.00 2708. Thirty-two Picture Postcards of Old Berks County, Pennsylvania by Kathy M. Scogna and Kalli M. Scogna Recapture some of the history of old Berks Co., Pa., with these unique postcards that are detachable and mailable. The postcards feature historical sites and scenes in Berks County including the Mouns Jones House (1716), Conrad Weiser Homestead (179), two early governors' houses, Canal Lockhouse at Leesport, Maidencreek Quaker Meetinghouse (179), Hopewell Forge, oldest bridge (1816), Pagoda (1908), and other scenes. A brief history accompanies each card. (32 postcards. 20pp. 2001.) $9.95 1525. Three Robeson Township Cemeteries, Berks County, Pennsylvania by Donald D. DeTemple While this book is titled "three" cemeteries, it actually includes four. The two cemeteries located next to St. John's Evangelical and UCC Church near Gibralter have been combined into one record because most people refer to them as one. DeTemple has included an overview, cemetery inscriptions, followed by an every-name index for each cemetery including Friedens (Wicklein's), Robeson (Plow), and St. John's Cems. (223pp. index. Closson Press, 1995.) $21.95 3113. Township Map of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1862 Reproduction of the township map of Berks Co., Pa., in 186 giving names of property owners not only in each township, but also in the villages and city of Reading. An interesting directory of businesses at that number are illustrated in business cards at the end of this volume. Index (#11) is published separetely and sells for $10.00 each. (40pp. illus. Berks Co. Gen. Soc., 2006.) $19.95 1476. The Trackless Trail: The Story of the Underground Railroad in Kennett Square, Chester County, Pennsylvania by Frances Cloud Taylor Kennett Square, Pennsylvania, was known as one of the centers for slave traffic. Read about the Mendenhalls and how they hid slaves, Longwood Meeting, Dr. Bartholomew Fussell, the Agnews, the Walters, and more. Includes a map showing the Underground Railroad lines in Chester, Delaware, and Lancaster Cos., and neighboring counties in Pa. (36pp. illus. Author, 1976.) $6.50 1477. The Trackless Trail Leads On: An Exploration of Conductors and Their Stations by Frances Taylor A sequel to The Trackless Trail (#176), this book follows the Underground Railroad routes from Kennett Square, Chester Co., Pa. Read the stories of Thomas Garrett, Harriet Tubman, George W. Taylor, Rachel Harris, the Barnard family, Daniel Gibbons, and others. See pictures of underground tunnels, root cellars, and stairs in local houses used in this phase of history. (82pp. illus. Author, 1995.) $9.50 1201. The Trail of the Black Walnut by G. Elmore Reaman Soon after the outbreak of the Rev. War and continuing to about 181, many Pa.-German families migrated to Canada. This book is that story--the settlement of Upper Canada in the late 18th century. The names of the first recorded settlers in Upper Canada are given, including their township and county of residence, date of settlement, nationality, and religion. (287pp. illus. index. hardcover. 1993 reprint of revised 1965 edition first pub. in 1957.) $25.00 1073. The Trail of the Huguenots in Europe, the United States, South Africa, and Canada by George Elmore Reaman The work examines the persecution of the French Protestants and traces their migrations through Europe and across the Atlantic to the United States and Canada, providing startling insights into the origins of many of our earliest colonial settlers. The largest section is devoted to the Huguenots and their descendants in the U.S. and Canada. (318pp. illus. index. hardcover. Genealogical Publishing Co., 2000 reprint of the 1963 edition.) $25.00

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1571. Transactions of the Historical Society of Berks County [Pennsylvania], Vol. II, 1905-1909 by the Hist. Soc. of Berks Co., Pa. Includes several annuals published by the Historical Society in pamphlet form during 190-09. Topics cover subjects from colonial through post-Civil War times: a study of Abraham Lincoln's ancestry in Berks Co.; essays on county schools, churches, coal furnaces, and caves; and essays on the influence of Moravian and Huguenot settlements; contains family names: Bertolet, Boyer, Conrad, De Turk, and Keim. (444pp. illus. new every-name index. Heritage Books, 1910, 1995 reprint.) $31.00 3126. Treason at Christiana, September 11, 1851 by L. D. "Bud" Rettew This is an illustrated true story of a battle for freedeom on the underground railroad that rocked the nation, threatened secession of states from the Union, and brought a charge of treason by the Federal Government against 8 Americans. This remarkable story comes alive by using newspaper articles and courthouse records. (135pp. illus. Author, 2006.) $16.95 Trinity Lutheran Church of Reading, Berks County, Pennsylvania translated from the Original by Rev. J. W. Early (ca1906), from the Library of Dr. and Mrs. Glenn P. Schwalm 2170A. Part I (Baptisms, 1751-1790) Includes over ,000 baptisms (plus sponsors) with names: Beyer, Englehardt, Fuchs, Hahn, Koch, Nagel, Schneider, Winter. (122pp. index. Closson Press, 1990.) $14.00 2170B. Part II (Baptisms, 1790-1812) An estimated 1,800 baptisms (sponsors included). Names such as Eisenbeiss, Hahn, Kissinger, Miller, Reitmeyer, Schumacher, and more. (123pp. index. Closson Press, 1991.) $14.00 2170C. Part III (Marriages, 1754-1812) Close to 800 marriage records encompassing the years 17-181. Includes surnames such as Becker, Beyer, Christ, Evans, Fichthorn, Fuchs, Geiger, Koch, Miller, Schmidt, Wittman, etc. (74pp. index. Closson Press, 1992.) $8.50 2170D. Part IV (Burials, 1754-1812) Early burials with details such as date of birth, date of death or burial, age--often includes where the interred individual was born, how (s)he died, spouse. Index includes names such as Braun, Gossler, Klinger, Rapp, Schmidt, Wittman, etc. (74pp. index. Closson Press, 1992.) $8.50 Trinity Lutheran Church Records, Lancaster, Pennsylvania translated and edited by Debra D. Smith and Frederick S. Weiser Historic Trinity Lutheran Church in Lancaster, Pa., was one of pre-Revolutionary America's most influential Protestant congregations. Now, all of Trinity's church records dating from 170-1796 have been compiled into three publications. They include baptisms, burials, marriages, pew rents, communicants, and confirmants. Relevant Moravian records are in Vol. 1, and pew rents for 1768-178 are found in Vol. . (hardcover. Closson Press, 1995 reprint) 450. Volume 1, 1730-1767. (487pp.) $39.95 1572. Volume 2, 1767-1782. (587pp.) $39.95 2138. Volume 3, 1782-1796. (475pp. index.) $39.95 2465. Underground Railroad in Pennsylvania by William J. Switala The Underground Railroad was cloaked in secrecy and operated at great peril to everyone involved. The system was extremely active in Pa., with routes in all parts of the state. This book retraces those routes, discusses the large city networks, identifies the houses and sites where escapees found refuge, and records the names of the people who risked their lives to support the operations. Includes detailed maps of the known routes and railroad sites. (224pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2001.) $19.95 2777. Unionists and the Civil War Experience in the Shenandoah Valley, Vol. 1; Mt. Crawford and Cross Keys, Rockingham County Virginia by David S. Rodes and Norman R. Wenger This essential compilation about the Civil War documents how 7 families of the Brethren, Mennonite, Methodist Episcopal, and German Reformed churches gave witness to their convictions during a dif-

ficult time. The first in a series, this book tells the stories of more than 60 Unionists in Rockingham County, particularly those who lived in the Mt. Crawford and Cross Keys areas of Virginia. Preserved in the National Archives, their experiences during the war and these narrations are now made available in this first volume. (741pp. illus. index. hardcover. Penobscot Press, 2003.) $49.95 (Plus an additional $3.00 for postage.) 2930. Unionists and the Civil War Experience in the Shenandoah Valley, Vol. 2 by David S. Rodes and Norman R. Wenger; edited by Emmert Bittinger Thirty-two Mennonite and Brethren families who lived in the Greenmount, Edom, and Linville communities of Rockingham Co., Va., who held to their convictions regarding slavery and war. Surnames: Beery, Bowman, Brenneman, Cromer, Evers, Geil, Gowl, Grove, Hildebrand, Hinkle, Plaugher, Ritchie, Shank, Shaver, Showalter, Spitzer, Wenger, and Zirkle. (735pp. illus. index. hardcover.) $49.95 (Plus an additional $3.00 for shipping.) 3094. Unionists and the Civil War Experience in the Shenandoah Valley, Vol. III by David S. Rodes and Norman R. Wenger; ed. by Emmert F. Bittinger Documented and annotated documents transcribed from "The Southern Claims Commission Records, 1871-1880" are printed in this third volume covering Bridgewater, Dayton and surrounding area, and Rockingham Co., Va. They deal with the bitterly fought conflict which convulsed the U.S. in the midnineteenth century telling the day-to-day stress of hardship, emotional turmoil, danger, and sacrifice which the civilian population of the Shenandoah Valley experienced from 1861-186. Surnames include: Beery, Blosser, Bowman, Brunk, Burkholder, Driver, Early, Flory, Funk, Garber, Glick, Good, Hartman, Heatwole, Miller, Niswander, Rodes, Shank, Wenger, and Wine. (1004pp. illus. index. dust jacket. Valley Research Assoc., 2005.) $49.95 1248. Unmasking a Virginia Myth This brief history of the visits and explorations to and through the Valley of Virginia before 1717 is accompanied with many maps. There are notes on migrations, population spread, and settlement. (66pp. illus. G. P. Hammond Pub., 1993.) $14.00 195. Using Pennsylvania German Church Records by Annette K. Burgert An excellent overview of what one can find in Lutheran, Reformed, and Moravian church records: baptisms, marriages, burials, communicants lists, confirmation lists, church business, and family registers. Other topics covered include genealogical use of church records, where to find church records, and a map of early eastern Pa. congregations. (10pp. AKB Publications, 1983.) $3.00 1117. The Virginia Frontier, 1754-1763 by Louis K. Koontz This work provides a history of the Va. frontier (which also includes most of southwestern Pa.) during the French and Indian War. The author describes area topography, with Indian trails and migration routes. It identifies 81 forts, stockades and block-houses used to defend the frontier. (186pp. index. Heritage Books, 1925 reprint.) $19.50 1172. Virginia Valley Records by John W. Wayland A sourcebook of genealogical and historical materials compiled from the public records of the counties of Rockingham, Augusta, Greenbrier, Wythe, and Montgomery. Family sketches include Bowman, Cassel, Custer, Miller, Sourwine, Spence, . . . (491pp. index. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996 reprint.) $50.00 1683. Virginia Wills and Administrations, 16321800 by Clayton Torrence Lists over 0,000 persons for whom wills and administrations were recorded in the various Va. counties between 16 and 1800. Arranged by surname. Subdivisions for counties follow the surname and are alphabetically arranged where more than one county is given. A symbol after the descendant's name indicates the nature of the document: will, inventory, administrator's bond, or estate account. (483pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1995.) $30.00

3079. Voices of the Turtledoves: The Sacred World of Ephrata by Jeff Bach Reexamines and supersedes all previously published works on the eighteenth century religious community at Ephrata Cloisters, Ephrata, Pa. Bach's research has already had an important impact on the way the Ephrata Cloister historic site is being interpreted, and provides a new context for the mystical understandings of Ephrata's sacred world. (282pp. index. illus. hardcover. Pa. German Soc., 2002.) $34.95 2982. The Warrant Maps of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Geri Gilbert This genealogical aid for researchers with Lancaster Co., Pa., ancestors (1 townships) is an important tool in the search for progenitors. Not only is each warrant map printed in this over-size book, an every-name index of everyone appearing on these early maps is published here for the first time! The author worked for many years in the Archives of the Lancaster Co. Courthouse and there discovered the usefulness and importance of using patent maps. For instance, it is possible, by adjusting the scale of current maps to overlay onto the patent maps, that we notice the boundaries of the properties from yesteryear appear as roads of today. Listed information available on the tracts of land and shown in this book include: Survey Reference, Warrantee Name, Acreage, Warrantee Date, Survey Date, Patentee Date, Patentee Name, Patent Reference, Name given to land if applicable--not always given, and Coordinates. (106pp. illus. index. Author, 2005.) $32.00 (Plus an additional $2.00 for shipping.) 1118. Wayne, Holmes, and Tuscarawas Counties, Places of Interest to Jacob Hochstetler Descendants compiled by J. Virgil Miller This illustrated, self-guided tour booklet was compiled specifically for the Hochstetler Family Reunion held in 199. Maps, pictures, historical notes, background data, churches and cemeteries, tourist attrac-tions, all added to make a handsome souvenir for the Reunion. (16pp. illus. map. index. 1993.) $2.00 1167. Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania, 17131748 by Jacob Martin Names of testators, heirs, trustees, guardians, executors, and other persons named in these early southeastern Pa. wills, also includes the dates that the wills were written and proved. (188pp. index. Family Line Pubs., 1993.) $17.50 1529. Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania, 17481766 based on the abstracts of Jacob Martin Names of testators, heirs, trustees, guardians, executors, and other persons named in the will; dates will was written and proved. Frequent names in the index are Bailey, Brown, Davis, Evans, Graham, Moore, Porter, Smith, Thomas, Worrall, etc. (204pp. index. Family Line Pubs., 1994.) $18.00 1803. Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania, 17661778 based on the abstracts of Jacob Martin Frequent surnames include Bonsall, Buchanan, Cooper, Davis, Evans, Garrett, Grubb, James, Lewis, Morton, Pennell, Taylor, Thomas, Williams, Yarnall, . . . (160pp. index. Family Line Pubs., 1995.) $13.00 2104. The Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1778-1800 based on the abstracts of Jacob Martin Frequent surnames include Davis, Evans, Jones, Lewis, Moore, Thomas, Williams, and Yarnall. (351pp. index. Family Line Publications, 1998.) $28.50 2105. The Wills of Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1801-1825 based on the abstracts of Jacob Martin Surnames frequently seen include Baker, Boyd, Brown, Davis, Garrett, Hoopes, Jones, Lewis, Miller, Taylor, Thomas, Wilson, and Woodward. (520pp. index. Family Line Publications, 1998.) $42.00 1991. Wurtenberg to Warwick: The Wittel Family of Lancaster County by Kim Y. Wittel Three thousand Wittel/Wittle descendants are scattered throughout the U.S. today. This genealogy traces brothers Jacob and Michael Wittel and their families who arrived in Philadelphia aboard the ship Fair American on Oct. 6, 180, and settled in Warwick Twp., Lancaster

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Co., Pa. Wittels still live in Lancaster Co. today, while others moved to Ohio and Ind. and intermarried with Bashore, Brandt, Bretz, Brosey, Garber, Geib, Greiner, Hartman, Horst, Snyder, Spangler, and Weachter, among others. (142pp. illus. index. hardcover. Author, 1997.) $19.50 York County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 18th Century by Marlene S. Bates and F. Edward Wright Each volume has an introduction, a map showing church location, and an index. (Colonial Roots, 1991) 1047. Vol. 1. Southern part of the county. Births, marriages, and deaths from these churches: Friedensaal (White); St. Peter's (Yellow) Reformed; St. Jacob's (Stone) Union; Lischy's (St. Peter's); Stelz Union (Bethlehem); and others. (400pp.) $33.00 1048. Vol. 2. City of York. Births, marriages, and deaths from First Moravian; St. John's Episcopal; Christ Lutheran; York Monthly Meeting; and records of Rev. Goering. (424pp.) $32.00 1049. Vol. 3. Births, marriages, and deaths, from Kreutz Creek Lutheran and Reformed; Blymit's Union; Warrington Monthly Meeting; Strayer's Reformed and Lutheran; Canadochly Union; Wolf's Reformed; plus private journals of John Casper Stoever, Jacob Lischy, and others. (458pp.) $36.00 688. Zion's Evangelical German Lutheran Church of Girardville, Schuylkill Co., Pennsylvania compiled by Dr. Glenn P. Schwalm The information was compiled from the original church records and includes baptisms (1880-1916), marriages (188-190), and deaths (1881-190). The index includes surnames such as Ahrensfield, Beaver, Breinich, Green, Gruber, Miller, Moll, Portz, Richelderfer, and Wagner. (74pp. Schuylkill Roots Researchers, 1989.) $11.50

2364. Atlas of Adams Co., Pennsylvania Shows property owners for each home on maps of townships and towns in 187. From actual surveys by and under the directions of D. J. Lake, C. E. Also includes maps of Pennsylvania and the United States. (78pp. Selby Pub., 1986 reprint.) $20.00 938. Atlas of County Boundary Changes in Virginia, 1634-1895 by Michael F. Doran Large two-color maps covering the growth of Virginia counties and their sub-divisions for each decade beginning in 16 and ending with the last county formed in West Virginia in 189. Each map is accompanied with a discussion of the changes and a table listing each new county and its parent county(ies). (61pp. 11" x 17". Iberian Pub. Co., 1992 reprint of 1987 edition.) $26.95 2415. Atlas of York County, Pennsylvania by Beach Nichols Illustrated from actual surveys. Each home and business is identified by the owner. Drawings include homes and gardens and businesses. Includes maps of Pa. and the U. S. Also includes Atlas of the City of York, York Co., Pa., by Frederick B. Roe in 190 (1 plates). (81pp. 21pp. illus. Selby Pub., 2001 reprint.) $34.00 2831. Baden: Atlantic Bridge to Germany by Linda Herrick and Wendy Uncapher The Atlantic Bridge to Germany series by Charles M. Hall, has been completely revamped with new maps (beginning in 180). Every placename in Baden was checked in Meyers Orts-und Verkehrs-Lexikon des Deutschen Reichs and is identified here. The first twenty-nine pages contain information dealting with history, georgraphy, websites, books of interest, several maps showing historical divisions, and more. This book is a necessary addition to all serious German researchers' libraries, or for anyone working on locations in Baden--the lands scattered on both sides of the Rhine River. (152pp. Origins, 2004.) $20.00 2299. Bridgens' 1864 Atlas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by H. F. Bridgens This atlas of Lancaster County shows the landowner's names and where they lived in 186. Churches, cemeteries, schools, and mills are also shown. See index listed below titled Index to the Bridgens' Atlas of Lancaster County (#). (56pp. illus. 16"x16" size. Elizabethtown Hist. Soc., 2000.) $35.00 (Please add an extra $2.00 to postage.) 1084. 1824 Map of Lancaster County by Joshua Scott Did you know that Kaufreths was near Earlville? . . . that Bauman's Tavern was in Ephrata? . . . that Stemen's Run flows into the Little Conestoga? . . . that the Hersheys and Stauffers were located along Indian Town Run? You can learn this and more by using the 18 map of Lancaster Co., Pa. Also included is an index of all names found on the map (by twp.). Over 1,000 names and place names are listed. (2'x3' folded. index. Gary T. Hawbaker, 1993.) $10.00 2497. 1876 Illustrated Historical Atlas of Berks County, Pennsylvania by F. A. Davis This atlas of Berks Co., Pa., shows the landowners' names and where they lived in 1876. Churches, cemeteries, schools, and mills are also shown. This reprint includes a new every-name index. Many of the maps have also been enlarged to make it easier to read the small print. Frequent names in the index include Bailey, Brown, Degler, Fisher, Geiger, Hartman, Himmelberger, Kline, Miller, Trexler, and Yoder. (142pp. 16" x 16". illus. index. Masthof Press, 2001.) $45.00 (Please add $6.00 for shipping.) 2435. Formation of the Pennsylvania Counties Contains maps of each Pa. county with supportive information on the date of creation and from which county it was formed. It took Pa. 110 years to obtain the state boundary lines as they are today and another eighty-six years for the county boundaries, which means than an ancestor could be born in one county and die in another without ever leaving his family's property. (96pp. illus. Bare Roots Pub., 2001.) $15.00

1960. France Road Atlas (1:1,000,000) Contains easy-to-read color-coded maps and chart of distances between major towns. $9.00 735. Genealogical Map of the Counties A colorful map that shows the land accessions through Pennsylvania's history as well as the chronological development of the sixty-seven counties. (12"x17". Pa. Hist. & Museum Comm., 1985.) $3.00 2637. German Maps and Facts for Genealogy by Wendy Uncapher and Linda Herrick Points out the uniqueness of Germany through the use of over 100 maps, from detailed historic maps of kingdoms, duchies, and principalities, to hand-drawn maps showing the religion of the states, location of major rivers, area that was known as Prussia, population charts; timelines showing why people left, migration figures; . . . (72pp. illus. index. Origins, 2002.) $14.00 2377. Germany in 1759 "A Complete Map of Germany comprehending in one View the different Seats of the Present War 179." Reprinted from January 179 Gentleman's Magazine (London). Suitable for framing. (20" x 16". Rolled in tube. McCrea Research, Inc., 2000.) $10.00 (Add $1.00 extra to postage bill.) 2345. Index to the Bridgens' 1864 Atlas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania This every-name index to persons owning property in Lancaster Co., Pa., in 186, correlates with Bridgens' 1864 Atlas of Lancaster Co., Pa. (#99). The atlas shows not only where the landowners lived, but also churches, cemeteries, schools, and mills. (40pp. Masthof Press, 2000.) $5.95 3114. Index to Township Map of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1862 compiled by Jacqueline N. Flamn and Gail H. Hesser Every-name index to this early township map of Berks Co., Pa., in 186 gives the name of every property owner listed in this 186 atlas (#11 sells for $19.9). Covers every township plus residents of Bernville, Boyertown, Hamburg, Kutztown, Leesport, Reading, and Womelsdorf. (64pp. Berks Co. Gen. Soc., 1980.) $10.00 780. Index to the 1875 Historical Atlas of Lancaster County compiled by Lois Ann Zook Every person's name, every town, street, church, cemetery, mountain, and creek listed in the 1875 Historical Atlas of Lancaster County, with 18,00 names. (94pp. MFH, 1991.) $12.00 1930. Map Guide to American Migration Routes by William Dollarhide Maps in this book were well researched and consistently drawn. The wagon roads appear in chronological order, from 17 to 181, so anyone can see when the earliest wagon roads were developed in America. (41pp. index. illus. Am. Gen. Lend. Lib., 1997.) $9.95 1297. Maps of Indiana Counties in 1876 Together with the Plat of Indianapolis and a Sampling of Illustrations Reprinted from the Illustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Indiana. (illus. Ind. Hist. Soc., 1968 reprint of 1876 ed.) $16.00 2316. Maps Relating to Virginia in the Virginia State Library and Other Departments of the Commonwealth, with the 17th- and 18th-Century Atlas-Maps in the Library of Congress by Earl G. Swem Beginning in 190 and continuing through 191, the titles of these old maps of Virginia are listed here in chronological order along with thirteen appendices--originally published in the quarterly Bulletin of the Virginia State Library accompanied now with a new index. (231pp. index. Willow Bend, 1999.) $18.50 2851. The Maryland State Archives Atlas of Historical Maps of Maryland, 1608-1908 by Edward Papenfuse and Joseph Coale III This is an atlas by historians for historians with an emphasis on the maps in their historical context. We learn not only who made the maps, but who owned

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2781. Alsace-Lorraine: Atlantic Bridge to Germany by Linda M. Herrick and Wendy K. Uncapher The Atlantic Bridge to Germany series, by Charles M. Hall, has been completely revamped with new maps (from 1876-1898 era) showing the majority of more than ,600 places named in the book. Each place is identified by German and French names, Kreis (country), Bezirk (government district), and what years there are records available at the Family History Library. The first sixteen pages contain information dealing with history, geography, websites, books of interest, several maps showing historical divisions and more. This new book is a necessary addition to all serious German researchers' libraries. (192pp. Origins, 2003.) $20.00 147. American Migration Guide by John W. Heisey Illustrated migration maps, a chronology dating from 1607 to 191 highlighting events in history, with sections on reasons for migration, Colonial Migrations (1607-178), A New Nation Expands (178-1800), Mass Migrations (1800-191), How to Trace Migrations. (28pp. Heritage House, 1985.) 10.00 The Atlantic Bridge to Germany by Charles M. Hall Maps and indexes to help you locate the area your ancestors came from are featured here. 46E. Vol. V, Schleswig-Holstein, Bremen, and Hamburg (45pp.) $11.00 46F. Vol. VI, Mecklenburg (167pp.) $20.00 46G. Vol. VII, Northrhine-Westphalia (63pp.) $11.00 46H. Vol. VIII, Prussia (245pp.) $25.00 46I. Vol. IX, Saxony/Sachsen: Kingdom Province Thuringen/Thuringia Nine Duchies (113pp.) $20.00

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and used them, and what the economics and politics of their compilation and production were--a fine atlas for anyone interested in Md. history. Using the latest digital technology, this atlas contains 0 full-color maps. (208pp. illus. hardcover. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2004.) $69.95 1837. Metro Street Atlas of Berks County in Pa. Contains 77 large scale maps, ,000 streets (indexed with zip codes), downtown and Reading outlet map, government facilities, churches, cemeteries, courthouses, libraries, etc. Townships and boroughs are color-coded. Easy-to-handle size. (112pp. index. Franklin Maps, 2002.) $14.95 2286. Metro Street Atlas of Bucks and Montgomery Counties in Pennsylvania Contains 10 large scale maps, 6,0 streets (indexed with zip codes), airports, hospitals, industrial parks, schools, shopping centers, . . . Convenient, easy-tohandle size. (Franklin Maps, 1999.) $15.95 1838. Metro Street Atlas of Chester and Delaware Counties in Pennsylvania Contains 100 large scale maps, 9,000 streets (indexed with zip codes), 1,100 cultural features (indexed with telephone numbers), churches, cemeteries, courthouses, libraries, etc. Townships and boroughs are color-coded. Easy-to-handle size. (151pp. index. New & Revised. Franklin Maps, 2004.) $16.95 2287. Metro Street Atlas of Lancaster County in Pa. Contains 86 large scale maps, 9,000 streets (indexed with zip codes), antique markets, outlets, airports, campgrounds, hospitals, industrial parks, schools, shopping centers, and more. Easy-to-handle size. (112pp. index. Franklin Maps, 2002.) $14.95 2062. Metro Street Atlas of Lebanon County in Pa. Contains 6 large-scale maps. The ,000 named streets are indexed with zip codes. Major cultural features include airports, hospitals, industrial parks, schools, shopping centers, and more. (48pp. index. Franklin Maps, 2004.) $12.95 1883. Metro Street Atlas of Lehigh County in Pa. Includes large-scale maps with 6,000 streets indexed with zip codes. Index also includes cemeteries, government facilities, schools, points of interest, township and borough buildings, colleges, airports, parks, and more. (46pp. index. Franklin Maps, 1997.) $9.95 2481. Metro Street Atlas of York County in Pa. Contains 8 large-scale maps, 9,000 streets (indexed with zip codes). Major cultural features include airports, golf courses, hospitals, industrial parks, schools, shopping centers, cemeteries, churches, and more. (122pp. index. Franklin Maps, 2001.) $11.95 1974. Michelin Motoring Atlas: France Superb detailed maps for touring and business travel. Maps are three miles to one inch. Has route planning, Paris and suburbs, distances and journey times, natural features, historic sites, etc. (192pp. Michelin, 1997.) $20.00 948. A New Genealogical Atlas of Ireland by Brian Mitchell This book offers a series of county maps on which the different administrative divisions are clearly marked. Maps show civil parishes, baronies, dioceses, and more. Three maps of Ireland are also included to show the area covered by each county, diocese, and probate district. (123pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1996.) $18.95 2644. Philadelphia Maps, 1682-1982; Townships-- Districts--Wards Mid- and even western counties today were once Philadelphia Co., Pa. This book is a finding aid to the city records at the Philadelphia City Archives beginning with a portion of Holme's Map of the Province of Pa. dated 1681. It continues up to today with maps showing the evolution of a small city surrounded by townships to a comprehensive map of the various ward in Philadelphia. (100pp. Gen. Soc. of Pa., 1996.) $18.95

3113. Township Map of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 1862 Reproduction of the township map of Berks Co., Pa., in 186 giving names of property owners not only in each township, but also in the villages and city of Reading. An interesting directory of businesses at that number are illustrated in business cards at the end of this volume. Index (#11) is published separately and sells for $10.00 each. (40pp. illus. Berks Co. Gen. Soc., 2006.) $19.95 252. Using Maps and Aerial Photography in Your Genealogical Research Chapter titles include: History of Maps, Map Reading, The Lands of Our Ancestors, North American Maps, Topographic Maps, Regional Maps, Map Sources, and Aerial Photographs. A valuable source with lists of illustrated canals, wagon trails, historic and census maps, U.S. Geological survey maps, and others. Also a section "Writing to a Foreign Country." (217pp. The Linden Tree, 1987.) $20.75 2982. The Warrant Maps of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania by Geri Gilbert This genealogical aid for researchers with Lancaster Co., Pa., ancestors (1 townships) is an important tool in the search for progenitors. Not only is each warrant map printed in this over-size book, an every-name index of everyone appearing on these early maps is published here for the first time! The author worked for many years in the Archives of the Lancaster Co. Courthouse and there discovered the usefulness and importance of using patent maps. For instance, it is possible, by adjusting the scale of current maps to overlay onto the patent maps, that we notice the boundaries of the properties from yesteryear appear as roads of today. Listed information available on the tracts of land and shown in this book include: Survey Reference, Warrantee Name, Acreage, Warrantee Date, Survey Date, Patentee Date, Patentee Name, Patent Reference, Name given to land if applicable-- not always given, and Coordinates. (106pp. illus. index. Author, 2005.) $32.00 (Plus an additional $2.00 for shipping.) MAPS AustriA 223. Austria (1:400,000), Michelin. $9.95 Belgium 224. Belgium/Luxembourg (1:350,000), Michelin. $10.95 1294. Benelux (Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg) (1:400,000), Michelin. $13.50 europe 241. Europe Tourism, roads, relief, index of place names. (1:3,000,000), Michelin. $10.95 FrAnce 225. France (1:1,000,000), Michelin. $10.95 226. France: Alsace et Lorraine (1:275,000), Michelin. $9.95 227. France: Bourgogne/Franche/Comté (1:200,000), Michelin. $8.95 germAny 1295. Germany (1:750,000), Michelin. $10.95 2060. Germany - Central-East: Magdeburg, Berlin, Erfurt, Leipzig, Dresden. (1:300,000), Michelin. $8.95 1972. Germany - Midwest: Hannover, Dusseldorf, Frankfurt, Saarbrucken. (1:300,000), Michelin. $8.95 2059. Germany - Northeast: Kiel, Rostock, Hannover, Berlin. (1:300,000), Michelin. $8.95 1971. Germany - Northwest: Kiel, Hamburg, Bremen, Hannover. (1:300,000), Michelin. $8.95 228. Germany/Benelux/Austria/Czech Republic (1:1,000,000), Michelin. $13.50 greAt BritAin And irelAnd

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there were 0,6 baptized members in ,7 congregations, districts, and fellowships. (161pp. Masthof Press, 1997.) $4.95 2503. Anabaptist World USA by Donald B. Kraybill and C. Nelson Hostetter Anchored on a database of ,00 congregations, Anabaptist World USA provides an overview of more than sixty Amish, Brethren, Hutterite, and Mennonite groups. (304pp. illus. index. Herald Press, 2001.) $24.99 769. The Beachy Amish Mennonite Fellowship Churches by Elmer S. Yoder The Beachy Amish churches are the most rapidly growing of all Mennonite bodies. From an estimated membership of 60 at its origin in 197, it has grown to 7,000 today in more than 100 congregations. In a conversational style, the author shares an abundance of intriguing information that depicts the group both in light and shadow. He also includes congregational profiles, biographical sketches, and lists of ordained leaders and mission volunteers. (444pp. illus. index. Diakonia Min., 1987.) $10.00 2956. Beliefs: Mennonite Faith and Practice by John D. Roth A candid look at Mennonite life, theology, and discipleship, both for persons coming to Mennonite congregations from other Christian denominations and for persons with deep Mennonite roots. This is an honest and helpful introduction to historic Anabaptist convictions and contemporary Mennonite understandings. (171pp. Herald Press, 2005.) $9.99 1207. Bernese Anabaptists and Their American Descendants by Dr. Delbert L. Gratz A wealth of information discovered in archives and libraries in Europe. Early history of the beginnings of Anabaptism in the Bernese area of Switzerland is given with emigration stories as people fled to the Alsace and the Palatinate in the 17th century. Much genealogy and history with examples of family names, stating where they lived in Switzerland before emigrating to other parts of Europe and later to America. The appendix lists Anabaptists who fled from Bern to the Palatinate in the 1670s; Bernese Anabaptists found in Basel in the early 18th century; Anabaptists in Commune Florimont, France, in 1791; Anabaptists in Canton Bern in 18; and Bernese Anabaptist-Mennonite congregations in America. (219pp. index. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1994.) $18.95 2896. Buffalo Valley History; History of the Groffdale Conference Mennonites in Union County, Pennsylvania, 1960-2004 by Alice M. Horning, Adin N. Zimmerman, Eli M. Reiff, and Luke H. Weaver In 1960, a number of Groffdale Conference Mennonites from Lancaster Co., Pa., began moving westward to the Buffalo Valley in Union Co., Pa. This book is based on newspaper articles, diary entries, and statistics of ordinations, baptisms, births, deaths, school teachers, parochial schools, and businesses of these Old Order Mennonites. (359pp. illus. hardcover. Authors, 2004.) $24.95 2842. Building on the Gospel Foundation by Edsel Burdge, Jr., and Samuel L. Horst Subtitled "The Mennonites of Franklin Co., Pa., and Washington Co., Md., 170-1970," this massive book tells the stories of three centuries of faith and life among the Washington Co., (Md.) and Franklin Co., (Pa.) Mennonites. As questions of language, fashion, work, education, and mission produced internal stresses, they struggle to maintain group unity. This history describes in detail the particulars of that struggle as well as recounts stories illustrative of community life in general. (928pp. hardcover with jacket. Herald Press, 2004.) $64.99 (Plus add an additional $2.00 for shipping.) 2003. Celebrating God's Faithfulness: Fifty Years at Sandy Hill Mennonite Church, 1947-1997 by Martha Kauffman C. Weaver and R. Clair Umble This story tells of a vision of only a few persons who began a small Sunday School and 0 years later is a growing congregation worshiping Christ together. Frequent surnames include Hess, Kauffman, King, Lantz, Lapp, Mast, Smoker, Smucker, Stoltzfus, Umble. (142pp. illus. Sandy Hill Menn. Church, 1998.) $12.95

2333. A Century of God's Leading . . . Narrative History of Goodville Mennonite Church, 1900-2000 by Roy S. Burkholder The history of this Lancaster Co., Pa., church has chapter titles such as: Can Good Come From A Church Break-In?; Minister Israel B. Good: His Theology; How The I. B. Good Legacy Lived On--Politics, Peace, and Education; A Mid-Century Burst of Missions--Followed By Tension; God's Leading Through Men and Women Today; and more. Index contains names such as Burkholder, Hollinger, Lichty, Martin, Sauder, Weaver, Zimmerman, etc. (214pp. illus. index. Author, 2000.) $9.99 1643. Confession of Faith in a Mennonite Perspective The most recent Mennonite Confession of Faith was adopted at the delegate sessions of the General Conference Mennonite Church and Mennonite Church meeting at Wichita, Kans., in 199. The articles, summary statement, commentary sections, and responsive readings were accepted by both groups as their statement of faith for teaching and nurture in the life of the church. (112pp. Herald Press, 1996.) $4.99 650. The CPS Story: An Illustrated History of Civilian Public Service by Albert N. Keim A pictorial history of the CPS movement during World War II written by a leading expert. It captures the young men's work in mental health hospitals, soil conservation, reforestation, and medical experiments. (128pp. illus. Good Books, 1990.) $11.95 2912. Crazy Quilt; Pieces of a Mennonite Life by Cynthia Yoder At age twenty-six and grappling with depression, Cynthia leaves her husband of two years and their life in N.Y.C. to search for meaning that takes her back to her Mennonite roots. As she listens to her aging grandparents, Yoder understands what she needs to do to save herself and her marriage. (188pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $14.95 1741. Deep Run Mennonite Church East: A 250Year Pilgrimage, 1746-1996 by Tim Rice Read of this church's pilgrimage from a rural colonial setting to its current life among suburban developments in Bucks Co., Pa. The pages are filled with the story, seventy pictures, and a large appendix containing the cemetery's tombstone inscriptions, baptismal records from 1858 to the present, Deacon Jacob K. Overholt's list of deaths of members 189-1891, and a listing of church office holders. (262pp. illus. indexes. Deep Run Mennonite Church East, 1996.) $29.95 3003. Directory of the Weaverland Conference Mennonite Churches This is the fifth edition of members and their families who attend the Weaverland Conference Mennonite Churches located in Pa., Va., Mo., N.Y., Wisc., and Ia., along with maps identifying where each church is located. Names and dates of parents and children, address, phone number, and church name are included for each family. The Appendix lists all ordinations from 170 through 00 in the Weaverland Conference. (772+40 pp. hardcover. 2005.) $22.95 2527. The Earth is the Lord's; A Narrative History of the Lancaster Mennonite Conference by John L. Ruth Anyone with roots in Lancaster Co., Pa., will want to purchase this history--long in coming! Starting with the 161 execution of Hans Landis in Zurich, Switzerland, the narrative follows Anabaptists to Alsace and the Palatinate, and on to America with the first settlers arriving in Lancaster County in 1710. An indispensable source on its subject, this carefully documented book offers lists of early immigrants, congregations, stories of the church, ordinations, all painting a picture of unprecedented detail, enriched by photos, maps, detailed notes, bibliography, and an index. (1,392pp. illus. index. hardcover/jacket. Herald Press, 2001.) $69.99 (Plus an additional $2.00 for shipping.) 1700. The Eastern Mennonite Associated Libraries and Archives Directory by Ray K. Hacker Contains a chronology of events of EMALA (Eastern Mennonite Associated Libraries and Archives) commemorating its th anniversary. Information on eleven Anabaptist-related libraries in Pa., Va., and Md., their

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hours, their collections, . . . (27pp. Masthof Press, 1996.) $4.95 2816. Elders in Each Church by Roy Moab Showalter In 718 "profiles" of Cumberland Valley Mennonite leaders, the author includes anecdotes, quotations, and family lore on the bishops, ministers, and deacons. Especially preserved are the details of the process of ordination. In its combination of genealogy, narrations of key moments, spiritual assessments, and cross-referencing, this massive collection of data of a geographically-related set of congregations that in recent decades has experienced unprecedented fragmentation--there are twenty groupings in the book--all share roots in common. (789pp. illus. index. hardcover, Author, 2004.) $48.00 (Plus an additional $2.00 for postage.) 3047. Espelkamp; The Mennonite Central Committee Shares in Community Building in a New Settlement for German Refugees by Emily Brunk This book tells the amazing story of outreach to the many European refugees after World War II--specifically the MCC program at Espelkamp, Germany, where many refugees were given new hope! (42pp. illus. 2005 reprint of 1951 ed.) $8.50 2011. Fabric and Patterns: Portraits of Some Rural Kansas Mennonite Women by Esther Deckert Sayler Readers can learn to know the women of the Bergthal Church of Pawnee Rock, Kans., where the author grew up. The church began with Mennonite immigration from Russia to North America in 187. Interviews with these women occurred from 1989 to 1991. Photo essays of the women Deckert portrays help them come alive to her readers. Includes historical anecdotes about Susanna Deckert Dirks. (86pp. illus. Wordsworth, 1993.) $17.95 2750. Fifty Years, Fifty Stories: The Mennonite Mission in Somalia, 1953-2003 by Omar Eby A narrative history of the Mennonite Mission in Somalia, 19-00, is the interplay between two worldviews: Islamic host culture and Christian missionary guests. (144pp. illus. Cascadia Pub., 2003.) $14.95 2118. For the Love of God: The Mennonites and Benjamin Eby This 0-minute documentary for Canadian public television gives an overview of the Pennsylvania origins of Mennonites in Ontario and their faith today. It is especially strong on the Old Order Mennonites with rare footage taken in homes. (30 minutes. video. 1998.) $29.95 2083. Friedelsheim Mennonite Congregation Church Book by Ellen Risser Farrell Mennonite families are known to have lived at Friedelsheim, Germany, since 168 when the following held hereditary leases: Christian Herschi, Ulrich Wiedemann, Jost Ebersol, and Hans Borkholder. In 171, we know that the following families lived here: Ebersohl, Ellenberger, Herschi, Rüsser, Schneider, and Schanz. This book contains a history of the congregation; a register of births, baptisms, marriages, and deaths from 181-1997, and a well-researched section listing names, birthplaces, birthdates, baptism dates, marriage dates, and death dates of the following families: Becker, Berg, Bergtholdt, Beutler, Blickensdörfer, Blum, Ellenberger, Finger, Göbel, Hege, Latscha, Leisi, Lichti, Neff, Pletscher, Risser, Schnebel, Schowalter, and Staufer. (158pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1998.) $12.50 1449. From Hazelbrush to Cornfields: First Hundred Years of the Amish-Mennonites in Johnson, Wash-ington, and Iowa Counties of Iowa 1846-1946 by Katie Yoder Lind The first section is about the early settlers, who they were, their family lines, stories handed down, and early church life. The second part deals with community and church development as well as different aspects of rural pioneer life. Frequent names in the index include Brenneman, Gingerich, Hershberger, Hochstetler, Kauffman, Miller, Schrock, Swartzendruber, Troyer, and Yoder. (755pp. index. hardcover. Mennonite Hist. Soc. of Iowa, 1994.) $48.00 (Plus an extra $2.00 for shipping.)

1021. Frontiers of Faithfulness--The Story of the Groffdale Mennonite Church by A. Grace Wenger This church history is a story of the Mennonite families who lived in the Groffdale area of Lancaster Co., Pa., throughout the past 7 years. Named for Hans Graf who came to America in 169, this story has been effectively recorded by a most capable, retired English teacher, writer, storyteller--now turned historian. Early families in this area: Bowman, Burkholder, Carpenter, Eby, Groff (Grove), Hoover (Huber), Horst, Landis, Martin Musselman, Myer, Nagele, Reiff, Sherrick (Shirk), Souder, Stauffer, Summey, and Wenger. (300pp. illus. index. Groffdale Menn. Church, 1992.) $20.00 2813. Garden in the Wilderness; Mennonite Communities in the Paraguayan Chaco, 1927-1997 by Edgar Stoesz and Muriel T. Stackley This personalized account of the 7-year-old history of positive Indian-Mennonite cooperation tells the story by both residents of the Chaco and many foreign observers who have actively contributed to the planting and watering of the Garden. The many illustrations certainly complement this reprint. (220pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $22.00 2508. Gathering at the Hearth: Stories Mennonites Tell edited by John E. Sharp Read about peacemaking Native Americans, pioneer life, revolution in Russia, migration, optimistic David Toews, Annie Funk and the Titanic, a near hanging in Kansas, Orie Miller, dismantling racism, and more. These twenty-eight stories reveal Mennonites' core values, who they are and want to be. (224pp. illus. Herald Press, 2001.) $14.99 3172. A Gentle Wind of God; The Influence of the East Africa Revival by Richard K. MacMaster and Donald R. Jacobs The East Africa revival ultimately provided Mennonites and others a way to reignite the smoldering fires of revival. Imbedded in the story is the message of God's redeeming and sanctifying power. (403pp. illus. Herlad Press, 2006.) $16.99 1275. Gesangbuch Treasures: Hymns of the 1804 Unpartheyisches Gesangbuch Cassette recording of early Mennonite hymns sung by eight adults of an Old Order Mennonite family who regularly uses these hymns and tunes in their worship services. The 21 hymns (first verse only) are sung in German without translation. The tunes, including the Loblied, Old Hundredth, and other early tunes, are sung in the slow style, with passing notes and a rhythm which adheres to the text more than to a meter. (cassette tape. Harmonies Workshop, 1994.) $8.95 1089. God at Work in Our Midst, A History of the Zion Mennonite Church, 1893-1993 by Margaret Shetler Amish and Mennonites primarily from Ill., Ind., Ia., and Mo., with most of these families having roots in Ohio and Pa., first settled in the Hubbard South Clackamus Co., Ore., area in 1876. This book is an excellent rendition of history, genealogy, stories, membership records, cemetery records, various constitutions throughout the years, etc. Surnames: Egli, Erb, Fisher, Gingerich, Headings, Hershberger, Hooley, Hostetler, Kauffman, Kenagy, King, Kropf, Lais, Miller, Nofziger, Roth, Schultz, Strubhar, Troyer, Yoder. (272pp. illus. index. hardcover. Zion Mennonite Church, 1993.) $18.00 1420. Growing Up Plain by Shirley Kurtz What is it like to be a young woman who dresses "plain?" How does it feel to be different? In this witty and lightly confessional memory, Shirley Kurtz unearths the painful and hilarious details of marching through adolescence. Through all the uncertainty of adolescence, she felt embraced and wiser for being loved. (63pp. illus. hardcover. Good Books, 1994.) $9.95 260. The Growth of a Congregation, A History of the Hereford Mennonite Church, Bally, Pa. by Douglas L. Good An illustrated history of the Hereford congregation which began about 17 in Goshenhoppen, now called Bally. Early families included Bauer, Bechtel, Beidler, Buckwalter, Eshbach, Gehman, Kreibel, Latshaw, Moll,

Schultz, and Stouffer. Appendices include pastoral biographies, list of deacons, and burials. (235pp. hardcover. Hereford Menn. Ch., 1988.) $15.00 2378. The Hammer Rings Hope: Photos and Stories From Fifty Years of Mennonite Disaster Service by Lowell Detweiler With full-color photos and gripping accounts, Detweiler tells the dramatic story of Mennonite Disaster Service. From its start in 190 in Kansas, the movement spread, and now MDS has reached its 0th anniversary. (184pp. illus. hardcover. Herald Press, 2000.) $24.99 1787. The History and Life of the Reidenbach Mennonites (Thirty-Fivers) by Karsten-Gerhard Albertsen A comprehensive history of this little-known group of Mennonites in Lancaster Co., Pa. who has never had a whole book devoted to them and their history. The historical section is a description of how the group originated, how it got its name, and the Reidenbach church's many splits. Albertsen, of Germany, lived among these people and learned of their background and why they live as they do. (480pp. hardcover. illus. Author, 1996.) $15.95 3000. History of the Church of Jesus Christ--Namely the Old Evangelical and Mennonite Churches by John Bartch First published in 1898 in German and now for the first, it is translated into English. Subtitled "From the Time of the Apostles to the Present," it traces the history of the Christian Church beginning at the time of the Apostles and continuing to Constantine to Peter Waldo to the Reformation and Menno Simons to today. (146pp. illus. 2005.) $9.95 2123. History of the Groffdale Conference in Missouri, 1970-1998 by John B. Shirk Thirty years ago a number of families from Lancaster Co., Pa., decided to make their homes in Morgan Co., Mo., as rising land prices made it unaffordable to remain in Lancaster Co. Shirk's book records the progress and growth of this Old Order Groffdale Conference Mennonite settlement, which began with five families in 1970 and now has 170-plus families. (131pp. illus. Author, 1998.) $14.20 2610. History of the Mennonites of Butler County, Ohio by Reverend W. H. Grubb This first edition--a small volume published in 1916-- has been reprinted with an addendum from Dr. Neil Ann Stuckey Levine. She comments about the Rev. W. H. Grubb during his pastorate of the Apostolic Mennonite Church in Trenton, 191-1917, who diligently collected information about the early history from records handwritten in family Bibles, old letters, diaries, and oral tradition about the first immigrant families. (52pp. illus. Board of Friends of Chrisholm, 2001.) $9.00 263. History of the Mennonites of the Franconia Conference by J. C. Wenger This reprint of the 197 edition traces the history of the Mennonite leaders and churches in the Franconia Conference based in southeastern Pa. It traces their European origins to the early American settlement, including congregational histories, ministerial directories, education, hymnody, and literature. (523pp. hardcover. East. Menno. Pub., 1985.) $25.00 2088. History of the Mount Pleasant Mennonite Church edited by Robert L. Reeser In celebration of the first Sunday School held at Mount Pleasant Mennonite Church 100 years ago, this book tells about the "little white church on the hill" and the people who attended this place of worship. Not only is the history of this congregation well written, it is the family data that makes this book unique as a church history. Surnames: Brubaker, Eisenberger, Graver, Herr, Lefever, Newswanger, Smoker, Zanders, and Zook. (286pp. illus. index. Mount Pleasant, 1998.) $18.00 3164. Horse-and-Buggy Mennonites; Hoofbeats of Humility in a Postmodern World by Donald B. Kraybill and James P. Hurd First comprehensive book on Old Order Mennonite

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life and culture, this offers rich insight into the Wenger Mennonites both in and outside of Pa. It also systematically compares the Wengers with other Mennonites including the Amish. (362pp. illus. Pa. State Univ. Press, 2006.) $20.00 1789. Hymnal: A Worship Book Many new hymns as well as old favorites are included in this collection of 68 hymns. The hymns represent a variety of music styles that reflect the diversity of the Mennonite and Brethren denominations that co-operated in development of this hymnal. An additional 0 worship resources offer responsive readings and prayers for many occasions. Attractive blue cover with silver and blue stamping. Round notes. (919pp. hardcover. Herald Press, 1992.) $14.95 779. In Earthen Vessels edited by Dorothea Martin Jordan and Ruth Mast Roth If you had ancestors who moved to Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, or Wisconsin, this book just may have information for you. Surnames: Bontrager, Chupp, Detweiler, Gingerich, Groff, Harshberger, Hershey, Hochstetler, Kauffman, Martin, Mast, Miller, Mullet, Schrock, Sharp, Stoll, Yoder, and Zook. (137pp. illus. n.d.) $5.00 3045. In Service, Lord, For Thee, the Story of Elizabethtown Mennonite Church, 1905-2005 by Richard K. MacMaster This history of Mennonites in the Elizabethtown, Pa., area covers 100 years of serving God. It is well-written with many illustrations and an encouraging affirmation that God works through His people who are open to serving Him. (158pp. illus. Elizabethtown Mennonite Church, 2005.) $15.00 266. An Index and Description of the Mennonites of Southeastern Pennsylvania: 1683-1983 by Joseph S. Miller and Marcus Miller This booklet and map of the Eastern District and Franconia Conferences include all the contemporary congregations comprising the two conferences. Also included are the institutions that the conferences operate. Lists sites of historic interest. (32pp.) $3.00 1666. An Instrument of God's Grace: The Story of Sharing Programs/Brotherly Aid by Glen A. Roth and Glenn M. Lehman This well-written story traces the beginning and growth of Sharing Programs and how it met the needs of people during its 45-year history. But it's more than just a history book. It's a fascinating story of descriptive narrative that is certain to be enjoyed by all ages. (180pp. illus. index. Sharing Prog., Inc., 1996.) $7.95 268. An Introduction to Mennonite History: A Popular History of the Anabaptists and the Mennonites by Cornelius J. Dyck, editor A popular and readable history of Anabaptist/Mennonite thought, the authors begin with the events of the Reformation and continue through to Mennonite life and thought around the world today. (456pp. Herald Press, 1993 revised.) $16.99 1758. An Introduction to Old Order and Conservative Mennonite Groups by Stephen E. Scott Late in the 19th century, a major segment of the Mennonite church divided from the main body of Mennonites and were called Old Order Mennonites. In the mid-0th century, another significant separatist movement developed, mostly from concern over what was considered compromise with the world and its rapidly changing systems. These are the Conservative Mennonites. With many anecdotal stories and lots of photos, Scott examines and explains this fascinating history. (252pp. illus. index. Good Books, 1996.) $8.95 270. Land, Piety, Peoplehood: The Establishment of Mennonite Communities in America, 1683-1790 by Richard K. MacMaster MacMaster paints a portrait of the early American Mennonites in this illustrated book as they migrated to the New World and helped to settle America. Subjects covered include their wealth, migration patterns, reasons they left the Old World, social structures, family patterns, and changing attitudes toward edu-

cation. Volume 1 of The Mennonite Experience in America Series. (344pp. illus. Herald Press, 1985.) $19.99 2281. Landisville Mennonite Cemetery: Gravestones, Transcriptions, . . . by Joseph A. Gascho and Susan L. Gascho Transcriptions of the 1,00+ gravestones in the Landisville Mennonite Cemetery (Lancaster Co., Pa.) are recorded in this volume. The earliest gravestones date back to persons born in the 1700s. Names of parents and/or spouses of each person buried in the cemetery, plus a brief history and map of the cemetery with gravestone photos. Surnames: Aungst, Baer, Bender, Bowers, Brandt, Breneman, Cooper, Dyer, Edelman, Erb, Eshleman, Forrey, Hiestand, Herr, Huffman, Kern, Long, Minnich, Mumma, Musser, Rohrer, Shenck/ Shenk, Summy, and Wertz. (286pp. illus. index. Gascho Books, 1994.) $14.00 3042. Light For Our Paths; A Collection of Sermons by Old Order Mennonite Ministers, 1997-2000 Seventeen Lancaster Co., Pa., Old Order Mennonite ministers' sermons are transcribed and printed here with a variety of testimonies. Even song numbers are given signifying what songs were sung with each sermon. (94pp. Masthof Press, 2005.) $7.99 3125. Martindale Mennonite Directory--Groffdale Conference, 2006 by Daniel M. Sensenig This directory of members of the Martindale Mennonite Church, Groffdale Conference, includes names, addresses, phone numbers, occupations, schools, teachers' names, etc. Frequent surnames include: Brubaker, Burkholder, Hoover, Leid, Martin, Nolt, Sauder, Sensenig, Shirk, Stauffer, Weaver, and Zimmerman. (48pp. Author, 2006.) $3.00 2921. The Measure of My Days; Engaging the Life and Thought of John L. Ruth by Reuben Z. Miller and Joseph S. Miller Essays in honor of the life and ministry of a prolific and creative Mennonite who is a historian, filmmaker, storyteller, and pastor, who lives in southeastern Pa. (310pp. illus. Herald Press, 2004.) $22.95 2852. MennoFolk; Mennonite and Amish Folk Traditions by Ervin Beck Offered here are abundant examples of Mennonite jokes, origin stories, and trickster tales, along with analysis of them in the context of Mennonite and Amish history, culture, and beliefs. It also studies Mennonite and Amish paintings on glass, family records, and considers the Mennonite relief sales as folk festivals. This is the first book to analyze such a wide range of expressive forms in Mennonite and Amish folk culture that have been learned by word of mouth. (200pp. Herald Press, 2004.) $15.99 3016. MennoFolk 2; A Sampler of Mennonite and Amish Folklore edited by Ervin Beck Seventeen studies of folklore that represent small subgroups of Mennonites and Amish including bedtime stories, horse-trading stories, variety of nicknames, etc., take us on an intriguing journey. (232pp. Herald Press, 2005.) $15.99 2498. Mennonite Arts by Clarke Hess This pioneer work presents the rich and diverse decorative arts produced by the distinctive Mennonite communities in Europe, Pa., and Canada over a 300-year period. Hess identifies a host of newly recognized Mennonite artisans of traditional textiles and quilts, furniture, clocks, wooden boxes and carvings, metal, pottery, and fraktur. These colorful folk items are carefully identified and displayed in hundreds of color images. (160pp. illus. hardcover. Schiffer Books, 2001.) $49.95 2944. Mennonite Bibliography, 1631-1961, Volume I, compiled by Nelson P. Springer and A. J. Klassen This cites published materials of Mennonite authoriship and statements about Mennonites by non-Mennonites

including periodicals, books, pamphlets, dissertations, festscrifts, and encyclopedia and periodical articles printed from the end of the Anabaptist period through the first six decades of the twentieth century. (hardcover. Herald Press, 1977.) $30.00 2782. Mennonite Church in America by J. C. Wenger This book tells the story of the Mennonites coming to America and their life and experience in the North American continent during the 0 years and more that they have lived in the United States and Canada. It is a sequel to the book, Mennonites in Europe, by John Horsch. Chief attention is given to the history of the Mennonites of what was called the (Old) Mennonite Church. It gives a thorough and complete account. (384pp. index. hardcover. Eastern Mennonite Pubs., 2003.) $21.95 2822. Mennonite Church Information 2004 A geographical directory including the name of the church, address, ministers, and other information on the Beachy Amish, Bethel Fellowship, Bible Mennonite Fellowship, Conservative, Cumberland Valley, Eastern Pa., Hope, Keystone, Mennonite Christian, Mid-Atlantic, Mid-West, Nationwide, Ohio Wisler, Pilgrim, South Atlantic, Southeastern, Washington-Franklin, Western Conservative Conferences. (168pp. spiral. Christian Light Pub., Inc., 2004.) $9.95 2898. Mennonite Church USA 2005 Directory This directory of churches, pastors, addresses of both, organizations and agencies, is a helpful reference source. (Faith & Life, 2004.) $17.99 2882. Mennonite Confession of Faith by Irvin Horst This classic theological agreement of 16 between various Mennonites in the Netherlands has been widely accepted among Mennonites and Amish. Nearly 00 years later, many still use it as a reference point for their theology. (80pp. Herald Press, 2004. )$5.95 273. The Mennonite Encyclopedia This five-volume set covers the 435-year history of the Mennonites. (4,700pp. hardcover. Herald Press, 1982 and 1990.) $479.95 (Please add an extra $6.00 to your postage bill for these five volumes.) 3002. Mennonite Family History 1982-2005 Bound sets of the four Mennonite Family History issues published each year from 198-006 provide a good reference set of genealogical data assembled in one annual unit. (illus.) $22.50 per year Mennonite Family History Surname Index A listing of names and addresses of persons researching thousands of surnames. An excellent reference source for anyone researching 7,000 plus surnames. An excellent reference source for anyone researching Mennonite, Brethren, and/or Amish. 1850. (V, 1997 edition.) $6.50 2318. (VI, 2000 edition.) $6.50 2737. (VII, 2003 edition.) $5.00 3188. (VIII, 2006 edition.) $5.00 820. Mennonite Furniture: A Migrant Tradition (1766-1910) by Reinhild Kauenhoven Janzen and John M. Janzen Story of the Mennonites who settled the prairies of North America is the story of a migrant tradition. Repeatedly uprooted from their homes because of political concerns, they eventually settled in the plains states and provinces of North America. Their furniture traditions were deeply rooted in the mid-1700s styles of the Vistula Delta region of Prussia. (256pp. illus. hardcover. Good Books, 1991.) $35.00 274. The Mennonite Hymnal This shaped-notes edition has 60 pages containing 6 songs and more than 0 pages of responsive readings, affirmations of faith, and congregational responses. (640pp. hardcover. Herald Press, 1999.) $16.99 275. Mennonite Life by John A. Hostetler Brief, authoritative account of who the Mennonites are, where they live, what they believe, and how they

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attempt to serve God. A good book to clear up misconceptions held by many people about Mennonites. (48pp. illus. Herald Press, 1983.) $5.95 277. Mennonite Settlement: 1887-1915: May City, Iowa, Osceola County by Ezra Martin A descriptive history of the Mennonites (Aukers to Widemans) who moved into the May City, Iowa, area between 1887 and 191. It also contains a helpful genealogical section of each family. (40pp. Author, 1983.) $4.00 280. Mennonites and Their Heritage: A Handbook of Mennonite History and Belief by Harold S. Bender and C. Henry Smith A brief survey of Mennonite history in Europe and America, this book can serve as a text for class study or for general reading. (148pp. Eastern Menn. Pub., 1986.) $4.75 1793. Mennonites in American Society, 1930-1970: Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community by Paul Toews This fourth and final volume of the Mennonite Experience in America series provides rich interpretive story of how Mennonites have preserved their identity through the 0th century. It examines ways progressive Mennonites have slowed their absorption into American culture. (441pp. index. illus. Herald Press, 1996.) $19.99 1762. Mennonites in Canada, 1786-1920, Vol. I by Frank H. Epp The history of a separate people. Contains maps, tables, and figures as well as eighteen original drawings. (480pp. index. illus. hardcover. Menn. Hist. Soc. of Canada, 1993.) $29.95 281. Mennonites in Canada, 1920-1940, Vol. II by Frank H. Epp A people's struggle for survival. Read here about their battle for separate schooling which led to emigration from Canada to Latin America. Maps and charts. (640pp. hardcover. Macmillan of Can., 1982.) $25.95 1763. Mennonites in Canada, 1939-1970, Vol. III by Ted D. Regehr A people transformed. Regehr shows how World War II challenged the pacifist views of Mennonites and created a population more aware of events, problems, and opportunities for Christian service and a personal achievement beyond their traditional rural communities. (563pp. index. illus. hardcover. Univ. of Toronto Press, 1996.) $29.95 1555. Mennonites in Europe by John Horsch Read about the Swiss Brethren, the Hutterian Brethren, Menno Simons, and other leaders as the Mennonite Church was born and grew in Europe. Chapters deal with the Mennonites in Holland, France, the Palatinate, Russia, as well as subjects such as believers' baptism, church discipline, nonresistance, feet-washing, etc. (427pp. illus. hardcover. Rod and Staff Pub., 1995 reprint.) $15.95 1067. Mennonites in Iowa by Melvin Gingerich This book contains general religious background history and the history of Mennonites in each of the Iowa counties with the text taken from Melvin Gingerich's 199 Mennonites in Iowa. (48pp. illus. Menno. Hist. Soc. of Iowa, 1992 reprint.) $4.95 1794. Mennonites in Transition From Switzerland to America by Andrea Boldt, Werner Enninger, and Delbert Gratz Swiss Anabaptist documents were used as the source for this book. Read about the emigration experiences of Swiss Anabaptists as well as their continued traditions in the States using the Neuenschwander family as an example. Interesting emigration letters shed new light on experiences of the hard journey across the Atlantic. A contract between Swiss Anabaptist congregations and prospective emigrants offered financial help from the church. (138pp. illus. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1997.) $16.50 617. Mennonites in Winnipeg by Leo Driedger Written primarily to inform people going to Winnipeg for the 199 Mennonite World Conference about the history of the Mennonites in the city and place they have taken in the cultural, economic, religious, and social spheres. (112pp. Kindred Press, 1989.) $4.95

285. Mennonites of Lancaster Conference by Martin G. Weaver This reprint of the 191 edition contains biographical sketches of Mennonite leaders and churches in the Lancaster Conference based in Lancaster Co., Pa. Histories of congregations, missions, Sunday schools, ordinations, and historical data are included. (496pp. hardcover. Eastern Menn. Pubs., 1982 reprint.) $20.00 676. Mennonites of the Washington County, Maryland, and Franklin County, Pennsylvania, Conferences by Daniel R. Lehman First lengthy history published on the Mennonites in the Washington Co., Md., and Franklin Co., Pa. Mennonite Conference. Frequent names in the index include Baer, Diller, Eby, Eshleman, Horst, Martin, Shank, etc. (647pp. illus. index. hardcover. Eastern Pa. Menn. Church, 1990.) $40.00 785. Mifflin County Amish and Mennonite Story, 1791-1991 by S. Duane Kauffman Taking place in two picturesque and fertile valleys--the Juniata River and the Kishacoquillas--in central Pa., this well-researched story features the Amish and eventually the Mennonites who grew out of the Amish communities of Mifflin Co., Pa. From Europe to the earliest Amish settlements in eastern Pa. to Mifflin Co., Pa., here is a community that was first settled by the Amish in 1791. (472pp. hardcover with dust jacket. illus. index. Mifflin Co. Menn. His. Soc., 2000 reprint of 1991 ed.) $22.00 637. A Modest Mennonite Home by Steve Friesen One corner of colonial American history--that of the original settlement of Lancaster Co., Pa.--comes to life in this account of one immigrating Mennonite family who makes a home there. The Hans Herr House, this modest Mennonite home, still stands today. Friesen has recreated the facts and ambiance of the area when the limestone structure was built in 1719. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1990.) $9.95 1102. Mountain View Mennonite Church: A History of the Church at Creston, Montana The church was organized in 191. Read bio-graphies of Jacob Roth, Daniel D. Kauffman, Christopher Snyder, Joe Whitaker, John W. Oesch . . . Lots of photographs complement this history. Surnames: Birky, Brenneman, Hoylman, Kauffman, Lapp, Oesch, Roth, and Snyder. (96pp. illus. index. Mountain View Mennonite Church, 1992.) $9.50 2721. Musical Voice of the Plain People Fifteen favorite hymns sung in four-part harmony by the Dutch Country Singers on this CD is accompanied with orchestral arrangements and captures the grandeur and wonder of the musical voice of the plain people in the United States. (CD. Plain People Prod.) $10.00 1069. No Permanent City: Stories From Mennonite History and Life by Harry Loewen Historical figures come to life in these stories that lie behind the more formal accounts of Anabaptist/Mennonite history and life from the 100s through the present. Flight, migration, intrigue, practical jokes, spats over wigs, shunning, kidnapping, fighting Indians, romance--all are part of this mosaic of Anabaptist/ Mennonite history. (224pp. illus. Herald Press, 1993.) $12.99 286. Nonresistance in Colonial Pennsylvania by Wilbur J. Bender Anabaptists experienced a very drastic change, coming out of Europe with its intolerant political settings into the American colonial setting where they could even be involved in civil government. This booklet illustrates how nonresistance was lived out in a setting that was turbulent and dangerous. (30pp. Eastern Menn. Pubs., reprint of 1949 ed.) $3.00 2543. The Old Colony (Chortitza) of Russia: Early History and First Settlers in the Context of the Mennonite Migrations by Henry Schapansky Documenting the various Mennonite migrations of the first settlers in the Old Colony of Russia, this book with

five maps incorporates the articles previously published in Mennonite Family History as well as new information discovered since. Some chapters include The Radical Reformation, The Mennonite Diaspora, The Mennonites in West Prussia, The Gemeinden in West Prussia, Growth and Decline in West Prussia, Immigration to Russia, and more. Colonies include Chortitza, Einlage, Insel Chortitza, Kronsweide, Neuenburg, Neuendorf, Rosenthal, etc. (519pp. Author, 2001.) $30.00 2459. Old Order Mennonites: Rituals, Beliefs, and Community by Daniel B. Lee This is a sociological study of the rituals and beliefs of the Weaverland Conference of the Old Order Mennonite Church. Chapters include topics such as the origin of the denomination, social life in the community, the worship service, baptism, communion, foot washing, discipline and excommunication, church rules and their legitimation, the attraction of another church, and the conclusion: doing the same things for different reasons. (167pp. Burnham, Inc., 2000.) $29.95 2483. On the Backroad to Heaven: Old Order Hutterites, Mennonites, Amish, and Brethren by Donald B. Kraybill and Carl F. Bowman Following a general introduction to Old Order culture, the authors show how each group uses a different strategy to create and sustain its identity. Answers are provided for many puzzling questions. These groups also raise fundamental questions about the nature of human society--particularly about the interplay between the individual and the group. (330pp. index. illus. The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2001.) softcover, $16.95; hardcover with dust jacket, $29.95 1767. Our Mennonite Legacy by Jan Gleysteen Video of a slide presentation in four parts. Approximate total time is two hours. The Anabaptist-Mennonite story is narrated here by John Ruth using Gleysteen's slides transferred to video with music. (video. 2 hrs. 1996). $24.95 10. Our People: The Amish and Mennonites of Ohio by Levi Miller This revised third edition, captures the spirit, beliefs, and history of Ohio's Amish and Mennonite communities. Dress and simplicity, German and English, war and peace, farming and professions, education and schools, their rich heritage and character, and their firmly held customs and beliefs. (64pp. Herald Press, 2004.) $7.99 823. Passing on the Faith: The Story of a Mennonite School by Donald B. Kraybill Sociologist Donald B. Kraybill, himself an alumnus of Lancaster Mennonite High School, provides a light social history of the school's period and the people, highlighted with numerous anecdotes and memories of many who studied and taught there. (192pp. illus. Good Books, 1991.) $11.95 2672. The Pax Story: Service in the Name of Christ, 1951-1976 by Calvin W. Redekop An objective analysis of a worldwide movement for which the author was co-originator and early executive. (160pp. illus. Pandora Press.) $13.95 287. Peace Be Unto This House: A History of the Salford Mennonite Congregation, 1717-1988 by Joel D. Alderfer A well-documented, indexed, and illustrated history of what was first known as the Skippack Church and now Salford Mennonite Church in what is now Montgomery Co., Pa. (87pp. index. Salford Menn. Church, 1988.) $6.00 288. Peace, Faith, Nation: Mennonites and Amish in Nineteenth-Century America by Theron F. Schlabach This second volume in The Mennonite Experience in America Series explores the 19th-century story of Mennonite and Amish groups in America. An excellent reconstruction of Mennonite life in the 1800s peppered with many anecdotes. (415pp. illus. Herald Press, 1988.) $19.99 2068. Pennsylvania Mennonites in Mexico by Lester K. Burkholder

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An informative history of four Lancaster Co., Pa., Mennonite families' journey to Mexico during World War II from 19-196. This book explores incidents resulting from "outside" infringements on the Old Order Mennonites in the heart of the Weaverland Valley in Lancaster Co., Pa. For some of them, the solution was to leave the U.S. and move to Mexico. Follow the families of "Mexico" Aaron Martin, "Printer and Scribe" John W. Martin, Daniel W. Martin, and David Newswenger as they experience joys and trials south of the border. (145pp. illus. Author, 1998.) $6.00 1939. A People on the Way, Seventy-Five Years: History of the New Holland Mennonite Church, 1922-1997 by Darvin L. Martin Much more than a history of New Holland Mennonite Church, this impressive record interprets the sociological framework and spiritual vision of Mennonite families since 1700. The author's observations and interpretation of the issues and changes that confronted this congregation in Lancaster Co., Pa., were typical of many Mennonite congregations. Surnames: Ernst, Gehman, Graybill, Herr, Hess, Horst, Kurtz, Longenecker, Mack, Martin, Musselman, Musser, Oberholtzer, Rutt, Sauder, Sensenig, Shirk, Weaver, and Witmer. (161pp. illus. index. New Holland Menn. Ch., 1997.) $19.95 291. The Principle of Nonresistance as Held by the Mennonite Church by John Horsch A reprint of a 197 booklet on the history of nonresistance in the Mennonite Church from the pre-Reformation days to the 1900s. (54pp. Eastern Menn. Pubs., 1985.) $2.75 292. A Quiet and Peaceable Life by John L. Ruth John Ruth captures the spirit of the Old Order groups in his essays, accompanied by photographs, poetry, anecdotes, and quotations. Chapter themes include dress, simplicity, love of the soil, pacifism, and the willingness to be different. Revised edition. (96pp. Good Books, 1985.) $6.95 2212. Quiet Shouts: Stories of Lancaster Mennonite Women Leaders by Louise Stoltzfus Moving and sometimes haunting stories of 0th-century women who amid constraints nevertheless found ways to share leadership gifts under the hand of God and gave significant portions of energy and time to the Lancaster (Pa.) Mennonite community and its missions. (248pp. Herald Press, 1999.) $13.99 1072. Readings From Mennonite Writings, New and Old by J. Craig Haas The 66 short readings in this collection include the various groups related to the Mennonite family of faith-Mennonites. Meditative and informative, these readings capture Mennonite themes and concerns from the 16th century to the present and from the northern hemisphere to Africa and South America. (435pp. Good Books, 1992.) $14.95 293. Real People by A. Martha Denlinger Chapter titles in this illustrated booklet about the Mennonites and Amish in Lancaster Co., Pa., today include: The Differences Between Amish and Mennonites, The Impact of Tourism, Home Funerals, Education, Economics and Occupation, Varieties . . . of Groups, Evangelism, and European Background. (96pp. Herald Press, 1993.) $7.99 294. Record of the Old Yellow Creek Cemetery by David L. Miller There are burials listed in this cemetery located in Elkhart Co., Ind., first settled by Mennonites in 1840. Many of the early Mennonite leaders and descendants who lived in this area are buried here. (47pp. illus. Author, 1987.) $5.00 999. "Remember Now . . . " by Omar A. Kurtz A pictorial history of the Oley Mennonite Church, Oley, Pa., to commemorate the congregation's 50th anniversary (19-199). Surnames: Glick, Good, Graber, Hartz, Horning, Kurtz, Mast, Ruth, Snavely, Steffen, Stoltzfus, Stutzman, Yoder, and Zook. (51pp. illus. Oley Mennonite Church, 1992.) $6.50 3025. The Same Spirit: History of Iowa-Nebraska Mennonites by Holly Blosser Yoder A lively retelling of the 7+ year history of the

Iowa-Nebraska Mennonite Conference. In addition to focusing on the beginning years since 191 when the Conference was formed, events and decisions by early Amish settlers in Iowa and Nebraska are also addressed. A compelling story. (329pp. illus. index. hardcover. jacket.) $25.00 2488. Separate and Peculiar: Old Order Mennonite Life in Ontario by Isaac R. Horst Bei sich selwer un ungwehnlich is the title in Pennsylvania German for this book. This second edition contains both English and Pa. German text. The author explains the customs, beliefs, and culture of Old Order Mennonites in Ontario, Canada. (133pp. illus. Herald Press, 2001.) $13.99 2353. A Separate People by Isaac R. Horst Isaac R. Horst presents his beloved Old Order Mennonite people to a group touring the Mennonite country of Ontario. He explains church events such as baptism, counsel meeting, conference of ministers, communion, feet washing, ordinations, funerals, and the parochial school system. (272pp. Herald Press, 2000.) $14.99 2098. 1723-1998 275th Anniversary--Weaverland Mennonite Church by Brian E. Martin and others A pictorial directory of the early history of Mennonites who settled in the Weaverland Valley in eastern Lancaster County in the 1700s through today. This 7-year history was first established in 1723 with the first church building built in 17. Although not exhaustive, this book certainly gives a wonderful overview of God's people at work through the 0th century. Surnames: Burkholder, Gehman, Good, Graybill, Hollinger, Horning, Horst/Hurst, Lichty, Martin, Miller, Musselman, Newswanger, Reed, Sauder, Sensenig, Shirk, Weaver, Weber, Wenger, and Zimmerman. (120pp. illus. Weaverland Menno. Ch., 1998.) $10.00 1109. Some Shenandoah Valley Mennonite Settlers, Where They Came From, Who They Were Following an informative introduction and foreword, a condensed overview of the development of Christianity precedes the history of the beginning of the Mennonite movement. Genealogies are shared on the following families: Bear, Blosser, Funk, Geil, Rhoads, Shank, Showalter, Stickley, and related lines. (101pp. index. G. P. Hammond Pub., 1992.) $14.95 2789. A Song to Be Sung--CD by The Table Singers "Best of the Table Singers" CD with old favorite hymns like O, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing, Alleluia Sing to Jesus, Wonderful Grace of Jesus, She Only Touched the Hem, When Peace Like a River, People of the Living God, When My Life Work is Ended, . . . (CD.) $12.95 2504. Täuferhöle, Anabaptist Cave, Wappenswil, Switzerland--Art Print by Greg Yoder The Täuferhöle (Anabaptist Cave) in Switzerland was the meeting place for local Anabaptists to worship undetected by the authorities hunting for them. Undocumented tradition tells us that as many as eighty persons worshipped in this cave as the waterfall overhead drowned out the singing. This full-colored, hand-numbered, limited edition, watercolor art print is 1" by 1" in size (actual size with border is 18" x "). (full-color.) $25.00 (Plus $6.00 shipping.) 2976. The Bright Morning: Best of the Table Singers, Vol. 2--CD by the Table Singers This 9-hymn collection from Songs of the Church (1991) and In Thy Holy Place (199) with director Glenn Lehman includes a delightful collection of acappella hymn classics. (CD. Harmonies Workshop, 2005.) $12.95 2462. "They Harry the Good People Out of the Land": Essays on the Persecution, Survival, and Flourishing of Anabaptists and Mennonites by John S. Oyer, edited by John D. Roth These essays represent a lifetime of research and reflection, ranging from topics in 16th-century Anabaptism (historiography, recantation, hymnody, congregational

life, martyrdom), to Amish history and theology, to autobiographical reflections on life in a Civilian Public Service camp during World War II. (331pp. index. Mennonite Hist. Soc., 2000.) $12.00 2791. This Teaching I Present: Fraktur From the Skippack and Salford Mennonite Meetinghouse Schools, 1747-1836 by Mary Jane Lederach Hershey Historian and fraktur expert Hershey explains the techniques used to make fraktur, and comments on the work itself--its style, what influenced it, its design motifs, and colors. Also included is a rich full-color collection of more than 100 pieces of fraktur made between 177 and 186, complete with English translation. (256pp. illus. hardcover. Good Books, 2003.) $29.95 1800. Through Fire and Water: An Overview of Mennonite History by Harry Loewen and Steven Nolt Some ,000 Anabaptists were drowned, decapitated, and burned at the stake for their beliefs in the 16th and 17th centuries. This book offers a readable yet accurate look at Mennonites, from the 100s to today. It includes stories, photos, maps, and cartoons. In addition, brief essays invite reflection on such issues as church and state, outreach, and the marks of a faithful community. (320pp. illus. index. Herald Press, 1996.) $15.99 2783. Unity and Diversity; Atlantic Coast Conference of Mennonite Church USA, 1978-2003 by John H. Rudy This history of Atlantic Coast Conference of Mennonite Church USA covers the past years of its existance. Most of the churches are in Pa., although others are in N.Y., Mass., and Md. (84pp. Author, 2003.) $7.00 832. Up From the Rubble by Peter and Elfrieda Dyck An epic story of Peter and Elfrieda Dyck's experiences of helping Mennonite refugees escape from war-torn Europe to find new homes in South America and Canada. Drama, suspense, humor, and pathos. (344pp. illus. Herald Press, 1991.) $15.99 2102. Us Little People: Mennonite Children by Carl Hiebert Photographs in this remarkable collection radiate a simplicity and joy that is increasingly difficult to find in our chaotic modern world. Brief essays by Mennonite children tell the stories of their own unique lives, in their own words. (120pp. illus. hardcover with dust jacket. Boston Mills Press, 1998.) $24.00 480. Vision, Doctrine, War: Mennonite Identity and Organization in America by James C. Juhnke Juhnke comments, "The First World War was a crisis and turning point for Mennonites and Amish in America. It forced a reassessment of the costs of Mennonite identity in a democratic and militaristic America. In the postwar era Mennonites struggled toward a new equilibrium. Mennonite anti-modernists campaigned for clearer prescribed doctrine. A conservative mood slowed the pace of social and religious change." (384pp. illus. index. Herald Press, 1989.) $19.99 1479. Walking Together in Faith: The Central District Conference, 1957-1990 edited by Elaine Sommers Rich Read about the background and organization of the Central District Conference of the Mennonite Church as well as its educational and care-giving institutions, women, and inter-Mennonite and ecumenical activities. Illustrated with photos, lists, and charts. (284pp. illus. Central Dist. Conf., 1993.) $25.00 299. What Mennonites Believe by J. C. Wenger This revised booklet explains who the Mennonites are and what they stand for. With illustrations, stories, and a colorful cover, this is recommended as a helpful aid to explain Mennonite beliefs and lifestyle of simplicity and biblical pacifism. It explains how the 16th-century Radical Reformation group--the Anabaptists--are the spiritual ancestors of Mennonites and how the persecution they experienced affects Mennonite beliefs today. (96pp. Herald Press, 1990.) $4.99

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2793. Who are the Anabaptists? Amish, Brethren, Hutterites, and Mennonites by Donald B. Kraybill In this concise text, a leading scholar of Anabaptist communities provides a sweeping overview of the Anabaptists' beliefs and practices as well as their similarities and differences. (48pp. Herald Press, 2003.) $7.99 2359. Why I Am A Conscientious Objector by John M. Drescher A look at the broad yet very basic issues every Christian must consider when confronted with military involvement, this book shares the author's own search and stance. It is also a summary of what many Christians have believed since the beginning of Christianity. (52pp. Masthof Press, 2001.) $5.95 451. The Yellow Creek Mennonites by J. C. Wenger The beginning of this congregation is generally accepted as coinciding with the arrival in Harrison Twp., Ind., of Bishop Martin Hoover (ca1760-180) in 18. This book gives a good background of the faith history of the early families as well as recording the recent history. (275pp. hardcover. Yellow Creek Church, 1985.) $30.00

their time there--unbelievable prosperity for some; unspeakable terror for many; church tensions; struggles between those owning land and those without land, exquisite clockmaking, storytelling, and food. (96pp. illus. Good Books, 2003.) $7.95 The Kleine Gemeinde Historical Series edited by Delbert Plett The largest single collection of published source material on the Russian Mennonites available today, these five volumes include much genealogical and historical data on the Mennonite Kleine Gemeinde in Man., Nebr., and Kans. 669. Vol. 1: History and Events. Writings and Maps Pertaining to the History of the Mennonite Kleine Gemeinde From 1866 to 1876 (166pp. 1982.) $28.75 670. Vol. 2: The Golden Years. The Mennonite Kleine Gemeinde in Russia (1812-1849) (355pp. 1985.) $28.75 671. Vol. 3: Storm and Triumph. The Mennonite Kleine Gemeinde (1850-1875) (337pp. 1986.) $28.75 672. Vol. 4: Profile of the Mennonite Kleine Gemeinde 1874. Includes Genealogies of the First Kleine Gemeinde Families in Manitoba (312pp. 1987.) $40.00 673. Vol. 5: Pioneers and Pilgrims. The First Decade of the Kleine Gemeinde in Manitoba and Nebraska, 1874-1884 (604pp. 1990.) $40.00 2667. Mennonite Alternative Service in Russia; The Story of Abram Dück and His Colleagues, 19111917 by Lawrence Klippenstein and Jacob Dick Diaries and memoirs form the basis of Jacob Dick's fathers' experiences living in Russia during the time when Russian Mennonites were forced to respond to World War I. The diary accounts and graphic photos preserve an important chapter of Mennonite history in Russia as the men worked in forestry and the medical corps. (163pp. illus. Pandora Press, 2002.) $17.00 675. Mennonite Foods and Folkways from South Russia, Vol. I by Norma Jost Voth Explores the food traditions which developed when Mennonites from eastern Europe settled in the Soviet Union. Their flavorful cooking blended with their Ukrainian neighbors' food to create delectable and distinguishing dishes. A wonderful cookbook and food book, rich with stories and more than 00 recipes. (480pp. illus. index. Good Books, 1990.) paperback, $18.95; hardcover, $24.95 836. Mennonite Foods and Folkways from South Russia, Vol. II by Norma Jost Voth A Russian Mennonite herself, Norma interviewed persons whose lives have spanned from Chortitza in south Russia to Newton, Kansas, from the Molotschna to Winnipeg, Manitoba. Their memories of orchards and gardens, "Faspa" at weddings, food preservation, and wheat harvest fill this volume. (288pp. illus. index. Good Books, 1991.) $14.95 700. Mennonite Martyrs: People Who Suffered for Their Faith, 1920-1940 by Aron A. Toews This compilation resulted in a two-volume set including biographical sketches, poems, and narrative accounts of martyrs. Stories are of faithfulness, suffering, and death, demanding a response from the reader. (263pp. Kindred Press, 1990.) $23.95 1231. Mennonite Settlements in Crimea by Heinrich Goerz, translated by John B. Toews Mennonite settlements in the southern Crimea were scattered compared to those of the old colonies. Here are stories of families like the Kroekers, who established the Raduga Pub. House, and the Unruh family. (65pp. CMBC Pubs., 1992.) $12.00 1793. Mennonites in American Society, 1930-1970: Modernity and the Persistence of Religious Community by Paul Toews A rich interpretive story of how Mennonites have preserved their identity through the 0th century. It examines ways progressive Mennonites have slowed their absorption into American culture through creating institutional systems, refining and rearticulating ideologies, and developing a service and missional activism. (441pp. index. illus. Herald Press, 1996.) $19.99 1234. The Molotschna Settlement by Heinrich Goerz translated and edited by John B. Toews and Al Reimer

The story of the "new" colony on the Molotschna River with its numerous villages and dramatic history. The editors have added extensive footnotes and intro-ductory material to update this important work. (252pp. illus. CMBC Pubs., 1993.) $18.00 592. None But Saints by James Urry A definitive history of the Russian Mennonites, examining the changes in the Russian Mennonite communities between 1789 and 1889. For the first time, a non-Mennonite scholar studies and writes a fascinating history of the Russian Mennonites. (224pp. Hyperion Press, 1989.) $24.95 3075. The Odyssey of Escapes From Russia; The Saga of Anna K. by Wilmer A. Harms Personal interviews of 0 people that tell of unbelievable hardships endured by escaped survivors from Russia via Harbin, China. Read of the dangerous, daring, and almost impossible successful escape routes--the story of Anna K. will keep you spellbound! Over 1,000 names of escapees are given at the end of the book with birthdates and birthplaces in the former Soviet Union. (Author, 2005.) $18.00 2543. The Old Colony (Chortitza) of Russia: Early History and First Settlers in the Context of the Mennonite Migrations by Henry Schapansky Documenting the various Mennonite migrations of the first settlers in the Old Colony of Russia, this book with five maps incorporates the articles previously published in Mennonite Family History as well as new information discovered since. (519pp. Author, 2001.) $30.00 307. The Perilous Journey: The Mennonite Brethren in Russia, 1860-1910 by John B. Toews Sociological and historical background of the early Mennonite Brethren families in Russia while living in a complex political, social, and religious world. (94pp. Kindred Press, 1988.) $9.95 3040. Shepherds, Servants, and Prophets by Harry Loewen Twenty-four short biographies of some of the most spiritual, intellectual, and cultural Russian-Mennonite leaders who sought to serve and guide their people through the difficult period from 1880 to 1960. (446pp. Pandora Press, 2003.) $36.50 1569. Swiss Russian Mennonite Families Before 1874 by Dr. James W. Krehbiel This volume covers over 1,600 persons in 1 families who emigrated from Volhynia, Russia, to South Dakota and Kansas in 187. The family genealogies begin in the Palatinate, Alsace, and Montbéliard and are traced (as many as five generations) through Austria, Poland, and Russia, until the four Mennonite congregations arrived in the U.S. Families: Albrecht, Dirks, Flickinger, Goering, Graber, Kaufman, Krehbiel, Müller, Ortmann, Preheim, Reiss, Schrag, Schwartz, Senner, Strauss, Stucky, Sutter, Voran, Waltner, Wedel, Zerger. (332pp. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1995.) $18.50 313. Who are the Mennonite Brethren? by Katie Funk Wiebe Explains who the Mennonite Brethren are, what they believe, and where they fit into the "Mennonite family." A lot of good history written in easy-to-read language. (107pp. Kindred Press, 1984.) $6.95 931. Why I Do Not Take the Sword by Isaac Tiessen A personal true story and historical account of the Russian Mennonites during the Russian Revolution in World War I. (158pp. Pathway Publishers, 1992.) $4.75

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2654. Calm Before the Storm by Janice Dick This unique story of endurance and courage sheds light on the plight of Russian Mennonites. It is a sweeping tale of love and loss carrying the reader to other times and places--international intrigue at its best. (368pp. Herald Press, 2002.) $14.99 2712. Causes and History of the Emigration of the Mennonites from Russia to America by Gerhard Wiebe This booklet depicts the causes and events of the emigration of virtually the entire Bergthal Colony of approximately 7000 from Russia to Canada during the years 187-1880. (73pp. Eastern Mennonite Pubs., 2003.) $6.95 660. The East Reserve Villages History edited by John Dyck A collection of stories by persons recalling memories of life in Russia from hearing their grandparents' reminiscing. Pioneer villages in Russia that were established in 187 included Bergthal, Vollwerk, Schoenthal, Hochfeld, Chortitza, Blumengard, Kronsthal, Schantzenberg, and Gruenfeld. (230pp. Hanover Steinbach Hist. Soc., 1990.) $15.50 608. From Faith to Faith: History of the Manitoba Mennonite Brethren Church by William I. Neufeld The Mennonite Brethren Church in Canada began in Winkler, Manitoba. The first church was organized in 1888 and has grown to almost 00 churches across the country. The growth of a church has never been easy and this church, too, had its struggles. However, the faith was maintained and strengthened throughout. (243pp. Kindred Press, 1989.) $15.95 1757. Into the Past, Buildings of the Mennonite Commonwealth by Rudy P. Friesen with Sergey Shmakin When in 1789 the first Mennonites from Prussia settled along the Dnieper River in what was then New Prussia (now eastern Ukraine), they constructed buildings that were modest and utilitarian. But as they prospered over the next 1 years, they abandoned this utilitarian approach and developed a great many buildings that were anything but modest. This book interprets Mennonite life in Tsarist Russia through over 10 buildings. Over 00 photos, numerous plans, documented cemeteries, and written descriptions are included. (352pp. illus. Raduga Publications, 1996.) $29.95 2717. An Introduction to the Russian Mennonites by Wally Kroeker Wally Kroeker, a Russian Mennonite, takes a historical and current look at the Mennonites and their ancestors who were invited by Catherine the Great to farm in the Russian steppes. Although most no longer remain in Russia, nearly all have memories and stories of

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2223. Alde Deitsche Lieder: A Collection of Pennsylvania German Folk Songs by Keith and Karlene Brintzenhoff Enjoy familiar folk songs and children's songs all sung in Pa. German. Accompanied by guitar, banjo, dulcimer, harmonica, and autoharp, the Brintzenhoffs provide a

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delightful rendition of songs such as "She'll Be Coming Around the Mountain," "Jesus Loves Me," "The Battle Hymn of the Republic," and more. (cassette.) $10.00 856. America as Seen By Its First Explorers: The Eyes of Discovery by John Bakeless Every region in the country is presented here as it appeared to the first Europeans who settled or explored it. Citing scores of original journals, diaries, and letters, as well as authentic Indian narratives. (439pp. illus. index. Dover, 1989.) $9.95 1205. American Axes by Henry J. Kauffman Illustrated story of the revolution of the axe and its varied uses with photos from the author's collection and museums. Identifies the great variety of North American axes, dating from the Colonial period to the present. Detailed drawings and diagrams of construction and production of basic types of axes are also pictured, along with a list of all known American axe manufacturers since the 18th century, and notes on the care of axes. (152pp. index. illus. Masthof Press, 2005 reprint.) $14.95 1075. American Barns by Stanley Schuler This colorful picture album covers barns in America: huge barns, small barns, Pa. Dutch barns, New England barns, horse barns, carriage houses, and countless others. In all, 0 barns are pictured and explained. (224pp. illus. Schiffer Pub., 1984.) $24.95 2683. American Barns and Covered Bridges by Eric Sloane This illustrated book shows the varnishing forms of architecture in barns and covered bridges. Barns from Maine to Pennsylvania to Virginia to North Carolina are illustrated. (112pp. illus. Dover, 2002). $8.95 1076. American Carriages, Sleighs, Sulkies, and Carts edited by Don H. Berkebile Included are 168 illustrations of carriages, most from the period 180 to 1900; dog carts, buckboards, pianobox buggies, surreys, breaks, basket and mail phaetons, mountain wagons, and many others. (167pp. Dover, 1977.) $10.95 1483. American Copper & Brass by Henry J. Kauffman If you want to step back into time and enjoy life as your ancestors lived, this is the book for you. Read about and see many types of kettles, teakettles, cooking kettles, pots and pans, warming pans, saucepans, coffee pots, stills, butter churns, mugs, ladles, skimmers, measures, funnels, basins, pumps, glue pots, weathercocks--all items made of copper. Then there are brass items: andirons, bells, gun parts, molds for casting pewter, door knockers, skillets, tomahawks, lancets, jagging irons, buttons, sundials, clocks, door locks, and many more. (288pp. illus. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1995.) $18.50 1636. The American Fireplace: Chimneys, Mantelpieces, Fireplaces, and Accessories by Henry J. Kauffman Pictorial essay on fireplaces from the 17th century through the 0th century also covering iron fireplaces, chimney doctors, chimney sweeps, andirons, accessories, and even fireplace cookery with recipes to use in a fireplace. (352pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 1996.) $18.50 1996. The American Gunsmith by Henry J. Kauffman This book tells about the trade of the gunsmith from 170 to 180, the century when most guns were made by hand. Chapters: The Apprentice, Making the Barrel, and The Gun Shop. Also contains the inventory of a Salem gunsmith and a 1794 Continental Rifles Account Book. (29pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1998.) $7.50

1906. The American OneRoom Schoolhouse by Henry J. Kauffman Not only are the memories of attending a one-room school interesting, but the history of the beginning of one-room schools and the 19th-century idealism of our nation introduces one to how this part of our heritage impacted us as a nation today. Chapters feature the Amish one-room schoolhouse, the schoolteacher, school books, teaching apparatus, desks and chairs, and rules and regulations. (70pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005 reprint of 1997 ed.) $9.99 2839. American Outhouse Memories The American outhouse has been the source of humor and folklore with "the red or white corncob versus the Sears catalog pages." Included in this book is the history of the outhouse or privy along with tidbits and trivia and outhouse stories and humor. (32pp. illus. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 1688. The American Pewterer: His Techniques and His Products by Henry J. Kauffman Not only does the book survey the history and development of these historic products, from functional buttons and spoons to the more sophisticated candlesticks, tankards, coffee- and teapots, but more importantly, describes and illustrates, step by step, exactly how such important products were made. Many excellent photos of the objects described are also included. (132pp. illus. index. Astragal Press, 1994.) $22.95 1997. American Place Names of Long Ago by Gilbert S. Bahn This republication of the index to Cram's Unrivaled Atlas of the World was based on the 1890 census. It contains over 100,000 place names of every county, city, town, village, and post office in the U.S. showing the population of each place in the 1890 census. (347pp. hardcover. Gen. Pub. Co., 1998.) $35.00 858. American Sailing Ships: Their Plans and History by Charles G. Davis In nearly 140 photos, prints, and plans, you will find a first-rate cross-section of a wide range of sailing ships from the 18th through 0th centuries. There is also a discussion of ship size, design, proportion, rigging details, and more. Included are: Quoddy Boats, Fishing Schooners, Clippers, Packet Ships, Bugeyes, . . . (196pp. illus. index. Dover, 1984.) $10.95 2178. The American West in the Nineteenth Century by John Grafton A magnificent saga of the opening of the West in this fascinating text-and-picture history. Included are over 0 detailed, often dramatic illustrations drawn from old magazines and newspapers. (208pp. illus. indexes. Dover, 1993.) $13.95 1009. The Antique Tool Collector's Guide to Value by Ronald S. Barlow Historical data on inventors and manufacturers as well as an extensive bibliography of names and addresses of collector organizations, dealers, and antique tool auctioneers. A sampling of the ,000-plus items: adzes, anvils, axes, books, catalogs, chisels, cobbler's tools, hammers, hatchets, lathes, planes, pliers, rules, saws, shears, tinsmith's tools, and wrenches. (240pp. illus. L. W. Book Sales, 1999.) $14.95 2109. The Appearing of Christ and the Return of Christ by Ed Harnly Discover how God operates in showing His method of exact definite timing in all His redemptive works and His gathering together of the saints to heaven. Read about the exact date of Christ's appearing for the saints and how later Christ will return to earth with the saints at an unknown hour at the battle of Armagedon when Christ says, "Behold, I come as a thief." Rev. : and 16:1-16. (60pp. Author, 1998.) $6.50 937. Architecture of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, 1700-1900 by Henry J. Kauffman An illustrated and well-annotated overview of the Eng-

lish, German, and Swiss architectural designs found in southeastern Pa. You'll view houses, barns, furniture, smokehouses, icehouses, springhouses, summerhouses, privies, bake ovens, caves, and churches. Lancaster Co., Pa., native Henry J. Kauffman has gathered a lifetime of research and expertise into this volume. (152pp. illus. index. Masthof Press, 1992.) $18.95 1535. Beliefs and Superstitions of the Pennsylvania Germans by Edwin Miller Fogel More than ,000 beliefs and superstitions are included in both the Pennsylvania German language and the English translation. They are arranged here according to subjects such as childhood, marriage, omens, dogs and cats, moving, servants, milk and butter, trees, snakes, weather, moon, special days and seasons, horseshoes, freckles, warts, convulsions, and more. (242pp. hardcover. Center for Pennsylvania German Studies, 1995.) $18.00 BibleTalk Conversation Cards Gets people talking! Each card presents a fascinating Bible fact from the Old (or New) Testament, then poses an intriguing question. No right or wrong answers, just fun-filled conversation. (52 cards/box. TableTalk, 1996) 1910A. Old Testament. $5.95 1910B. New Testament. $5.95 2442. The Big Book of Farm Tractors: The Complete History of the Tractor, 1855 to Present by Robert N. Pripps First large-format book to chronicle the entire history of American farm tractors--from the steam power of the 180s to the current offerings from New Holland, AGCO, John Deere, Caterpillar, and more. It has stunning artwork, including color photos, and period ads and brochures. Restoring and collecting vintage farm tractors continues to grow in popularity. (256pp. illus. hardcover. Voyageur Press, 2001.) $39.95 316. Bottles . . . A Sampler of the Collectibles edited by Elmer L. Smith For the novice in a widespread field offering a variety of activities--digging at old tavern sites, visiting flea markets, searching old records. Window display. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1981.) $3.50 2809. Boycott Disunity! by Mark T. Oliver This discussion guide on obstacls to church unity has a subtitle: "Release the Body of Christ to a Ministry of Community Transformation." Perceptive and provocative, this causes one to better understand why disunity occurs in the church setting. (150pp. illus. Author, 2003.) $6.00 3112. Brook of Cherith; A Poetic Journey of Spiritual Maturity by Karen Tennis A book of poetry tracing the author's journey on the road to spiritual maturity. Meditations overlap every-day life as one fills the empty breaches of the soul following Jesus Christ. (103pp. Author, 2006.) $15.00 2225. Byways of America In the tradition of Ideals' outstanding photography and inspiring prose, Byways of America shows you the beauty of the varied regions of this land. Experience an "Evening in a Sugar Orchard," "The Crafts of Appalachia," "Nevada's Ghost Towns," and "The Madison County Covered Bridge Festival." These are but a sampling of America's uniqueness captured on film. Go ahead . . . enjoy traveling through the U.S. in the comfort of your armchair! (160pp. hardcover. index. Ideals Pub., 1993.) $22.95 3106. The Cancer Link is What You Drink by Brett Swailes Learn how to eliminate the most persuasive cancer link you never really thought about--in your water. Explore the connections between the water you drink and the rising incidence of cancer--the greatest environmental disaster in our history. (166pp. illus. Alpaca Pub. Group, 2006.) $17.99

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2226. The Candymaker's Gift: The Inspirational Legend of the Candy Cane by David and Helen Haidle Once upon a time a candymaker set out to create a special Christmas treat for children everywhere--a treat that would tell the story of Jesus. With simple text and gorgeous illustrations, this insightful holiday book will delight the whole family. This legend of the candy cane wonderfully proclaims the "best gift of Christmas!" (27pp. hardcov. illus. Honor Books, 1996.) $12.99 2002. Care and Repair of Everyday Treasures by Judith Miller Drawing on the time-proven methods of professionals, this step-by-step guide provides readers with simple yet professional techniques for cleaning, repairing, maintaining, and displaying cherished antiques and collectibles. Beautiful full-color photos illustrate furniture, canework, glassware and ceramics, rugs and carpets, leather and textiles, upholstery, and more. (256pp. illus. index. hardcover with jacket. Reader's Digest Assn., Inc., 1997.) $29.95 771. Castle by David Macaulay This Caldecott Medal Honor book in its over-size format does a wonderful job depicting the step-bystep planning and construction of both a castle and a town. This particular castle is a thirteenth-century Welsh fortress with a town developing around it. The large drawings are super. A must for everyone going to Europe and visiting an old castle. (80pp. illus. Houghton Mifflin, 1977.) $9.95 2740. Catch the Fun, Catch the Laughter, Catch the Joy by Laurette Connelly and Veda Boyd How do you experience joy in all circumstances of life? Our great Physician does not want us to live defeated, purposeless, and humorless lives. Inspirational book chock-full and overflowing with true, antidotal stories and reasons to live--not above or through, but in your day-to-day circumstances--with joy and victory! Catch the cure and experience the source of true joy as you share Christ with others! (104pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2003.) $9.99 772. Cathedral: The Story of Its Construction by David Macaulay This Caldecott Medal Honor book has a clear and fascinating commentary and eye-catching drawings of the very long and complex construction of an imaginary 1th-century Gothic cathedral. If you have ever visited one of the many impressive cathedrals in Europe, this book will certainly bring back memories and tell you more about these elegant buildings. (80pp. illus. Houghton Mifflin, 1973.) $8.95 2843. Children's Early American Crafts Handicrafts were a part of everyday life for children in Early America. People made their own candles, spun their own yarn, sewed their own clothes, and made their own soap. Each activity tells us how the people lived in the new world, far away from the old country and comforts. (32pp. illus. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 2844. Children's Early American Folklore This is a colorful collection of tall tales, superstitions, sayings, riddles, jokes, and tongue twisters from days gone by. Many of these date back to the days of colonial America and have remained in common use ever since. A fun collection for the entire family. (32pp. illus. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 1779. A Christian Businessman's Perspective on Investments by H. Walter Christner A collection of Bible verses, quotes, and anecdotes dealing with money. Covers stewardship, socialism, integrity, credit cards, investments, giving, and values. (135pp. Author, 1996.) $12.95 1604. Christian Strenge's Fraktur by David R. Johnson Full-color illustrations of Vorschrifts, tauf-scheins, family records, liebebriefs, religious texts, bookplates,

etc., showing his work. Christian Strenge was born in Germany in 177 and by the late 1780s was living in Hempfield Twp., Lancaster Co., Pa. He was a schoolmaster, scrivener, and justice of the peace before his death in 1828. Strenge's fraktur is one of the finest examples of Pa. German folk art. (n.n. illus. East Petersburg Hist. Soc., 1995.) $13.00 Christmas Acappella: Mennonite Singing by The Table Singers Enjoy the message of Christmas as sung by the Table Singers and directed by Glenn Lehman of Lancaster, Pa. Listen to traditional songs such as, "Joy to the World," "O Come All Ye Faithful," and "O Holy Night." Also included in this 1-song collection are "A Child Is Born In Bethlehem," "Hail the Bless'd Morn," and "I Heard the Bells." 2228A. (cassette.) $9.95 2228B. (CD.) $12.95 2229. Christmas in Pennsylvania by Alfred Shoemaker Examines the folk origins of Christmas in Pennsylvania. Composed of interviews and contemporary newspaper reports, it records holiday practices from the eighteenth century through the early-twentieth century. Traditions explored include mummers, Kriss Kringle, the Christmas tree, trimming the tree, Belsnickling, and cookie cutters. A new introduction and concluding chapter by Don Yoder give insight into Shoemaker's influential career and the significance of this still vital work. (176pp. illus. hardcover. Stackpole Books, 1999.) $19.95 3134. Christmas Program Ideas by Iris Gray Dowling This book of rhymes, readings, and drama sketches for use in children's ministries is a wonderful resource for leaders directing annual Christmas programs whether in a church or school. (82pp. illus. Faithful Life Pub., 2004.) $10.00 1739. A Christmas to Remember Exciting ideas from country-loving women for blending the best of Christmases old and new. Crafts, recipes, gifts to make, and more, all help to celebrate the true reason for the season. (98pp. hardcover. index. Reiman Pubs., 1992.) $14.95 2146. Collector's Guide to Early Photographs by O. Henry Mace This second edition contains invaluable information on identifying, cataloging, and valuing cased images. It covers every element of image collecting as well as updated prices for hundreds of photos. (224pp. illus. Krause Pub., 1999.) $19.95 1127. Colonial Crafts by Bobbie Kalman Learn about the craftspeople who created useful works of art by hand, objects that have lasted more than 00 years. This book shows how artisans like the wheelwright, cooper, founder, shoemaker, milliner, gunsmith, and many more learned their trades through years of apprenticeship and why the craftspeople were a vital part of the colonial community. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $7.95 1128. Colonial Life by Bobbie Kalman Meet the hardworking people of a colonial community, learn about the importance of family members, and discover the roles that religion and education played in people's lives more than 200 years ago. A glimpse of life on a plantation, read about the sad plight of slaves, learn how people traveled from place to place, and delight in the activities of colonial children at play. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $7.95 1539. The Colonial Silversmith: His Techniques and His Products by Henry J. Kauffman The silversmith's products of the colonial period are well known, but there is little authoritative research on the actual techniques of the silversmith. Here Kauffman describes the tools and the methods used by these colonial artisans in fashioning silver objects: teapots, coffeepots, cups, beakers, forks, spoons, plates, bowls, porringers, bowls, as well as braziers, candlesticks, guns, nails, skewers, tongs, tureens, and more. (175pp. illus. Astragal Press, 1995.) $22.95 2005. Colonial Times From A to Z by Bobbie Kalman

Delightful text and colorful illustrations highlight colonial life from clothing accessories to the various trades that occupied the people of the 18th century. A fun way to learn about colonial life. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1998.) $7.95 2655. Come, Daddy's Having a Stroke by Mabel Musser Stauffer Your life will be changed after reading this touching TRUE story of a Lancaster County, Pa. family who experienced their husband and father suffering mini strokes and ultimately a major stroke. Life does change, but God provides the needed grace required to continue facing life. (85pp. illus. Author, 2002.) $7.95 1260. Coming to America: A History of Immigration and Ethnicity in American Life by Roger Daniels The book contains three parts: Colonial America, The Century of Immigration (180-19), and Modern Times. (450pp. index. HarperPerennial, 1990.) $17.00 2230. The Complete Idiot's Guide to American History by Alan Axelrod Discover the easy and fun way to relive our nation's saga. From the discovery of America to Nixon's resignation to Desert Storm, this volume gives a concise, easy-to-follow account of all the main events in American history. (388pp. index. Alpha Books, 1996.) $18.95 2875. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary: Volume One: A by C. Richard Beam and Joshua R. Brown This long-awaited encyclopedia dictionary has been compiled and edited for the past 50 years! This first volume covers words in the dialect from A to Ayyel including pages of terms, definitions, and important contextual sentences. An invaluable introduction covers pronunciation, orthography, the history of Pa. German lexicography, etc. Using not only existing dictionaries as the basis (Lambert, Hower, Kyger), this volume has been developed and added to by many speakers of the dialect both in the U.S. and Canada. Literary sources (plays, prose, poetry, newspaper columns) also appear. (161pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2004.) $12.00 3024. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary: Volume Two: B by C. Richard Beam and Joshua R. Brown Over fifty years of research has resulted in this multivolume series of Pennsylvania-German words. This second volume covers words in the dialect from Baaboi to Byuure. Find out the difference of die Bier (pear) and es Bier (beer), and why C. Richard Beam chose to call himself der Bischli-Gnippli. (202pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2005.) $12.00 3034. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary, Volume Three: C, D, E by C. Richard Beam and Jennifer L. Trout This third volume of a commendable set of books that also covers topics like pronounciation, orthography, and history of Pennsylvania German Lexicography. Find words from Caain to Custard, and da to Dwistduwack and e to Ez. (209pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2005.) $12.00 3071. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary, Volume Four: F, G ed. by C. Richard Beam and Jennifer L. Trout Over fifty years of research has resulted in this multivolume series of Pa.-German words. This fourth volume covers words in the dialect beginning with F and G. (102pp.+161pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2005.) $12.00 3089. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary, Volume Five: H, I, J ed. by C. Richard Beam and Jennifer L. Trout This fifth volume covers all entries beginning with the letters "H", "I" and "J." The value of this encyclopedic set is the five decades of research and gathering by Dr. Beam and his expertise with the dialect. (248pp. illus. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2006.) $12.00

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3111. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary, Volume Six: K, L ed. by C. Richard Beam and Jennifer L. Trout This sixth volume covers all entries beginning with the letters "K" and "L". The value of this encyclopedia set is the five decades of research and gathering by Dr. Beam and his expertise with the dialect. (248pp. illus. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2006.) $12.00 3122. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary, Volume Seven: M, N ed. by C. Richard Beam and Jennifer L. Trout This seventh volume covers all Pennsylvania German dialect words beginning with "M" and "N" from Maach to Myusick and "'n" to Nutt. (198pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2006.) $12.00 3128. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary, Volume Eight: O, P, R ed. by C. Richard Beam and Jennifer L. Trout Volume eight of this reference set of Pennsylvania German dialect words covers "o!" to Oyschdersupp, Padd to Putze and Raab to Raut. (199pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2006.) $12.00 3184. The Comprehensive Pennsylvania German Dictionary, Volume Nine: S ed. by C. Richard Beam and Jennifer L. Trout This encyclopedia dictionary compiled over the past 0 years covers dialect words that begin with "s". An invaluable introduction covers pronunciation, orthography, the history of Pa. German lexicography, etc. Using not only existing dictionaries as the basis (Lambert, Hower, Kyger), this volume has been developed and added to by many speakers of the dialect. (456pp. hardcover. Center for Pennsylvania German Studies, 2006.) $15.00 730. Country Chairs of Central Pennsylvania by Marie Purnell Musser An illustrated book in color about stenciled antique chairs in Union, Snyder, Centre, Juniata, and Mifflin Counties. Here you'll read how plank-bottom chairs were manufactured and decorated. Portraits and biographies of the chairmakers were researched by this 88-year-old antique store owner. (70pp. index. Author, 1990.) $19.95 2231. Country Legacy: Lancaster County OneRoom Schools by Gloria Sananes Stein As recently as 1940, over half of the nation's children attended rural one-room schools. More than any other institution, the one-room school shaped the character of millions of American school children. Through narrative, oral history, and photographs, the author recounts the development of the rural schools of Lancaster Co., Pa. (61pp. illus. Author, 1994.) $8.95 320. The Country Store by Elmer L. Smith The "General Store of Yesterday," this book portrays in pictures and word the rural general store of yesterday with its products, equipment, and problems. Features contemporary collectibles and brief, biographic sketches giving the origins of the store. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1987.) $3.50 1780. Country Toys and Children's Furniture by Ken Folk Antique designs with complete plans and instructions. Tools and techniques, past and present: buying materials, routers, drawing patterns, steam-bending wood, etc. Projects include small wagon, child's chair and rocker, rocking horse, 18th-century cradle, . . . (186pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 1996.) $19.95 3028. Country Ways and Country Days by Jerry Apps From weathervanes and tractors to auctions and outhouses, this pictorial book remembers our rural life in years gone by. Step back in time and read about the author's personal experiences of growing up on a small farm. (181pp. illus. index. Voyageur Press, 2005.) $16.95 1324. The Daguerreotype in America by Beaumont Newhall The daguerreotype process was discovered by a French-

man and used all over Europe, but it was in America that it probably achieved its greatest popularity. The text is accompanied by a plate section that depicts dramatic and important daguerreotypes in 10 photos. (175pp. illus. index. revised ed. Dover, 1976.) $19.95 1805. Dear Diary--The Art and Craft of Writing a Creative Journal by Joan R. Neubauer A guide to creative writing encouraging the style and insights into journal writing, and especially the rewards. An appendix contains tips to make your writing great! (64pp. Ancestry, 1996.) $8.95 1740. "Dear House" A Letter to My Childhood Home by Ina Hunsberger "Dear House" is a love letter in which the author lets us in on the very special relationship she had with her childhood home. With vivid and detailed memories of growing up on a small farm in the 190s and 190s, Ina transports us back into a child's world and a way of life in a bygone era. (89pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1996.) $24.95 Der Haahne Greht by Peter V. Fritsch A collection of poems in Pennsylvania Dutch illustrated with scherenschnitte by the compiler. Poems appear in both Pennsylvania Dutch and English. The author reading the poems is available on either cassette or CD. 3161. book. (78pp. hardcover.) $12.00 3162. cassette. $8.00 3163. CD. $8.00 2608. Des is wie Mer's saagt in Deutsch by C. Richard Beam "This is how we can say it in Pa. Dutch" is the translation of this book's title--a compilation of more than 4,000 Pa. German words focusing on the Pa. German dialect of Lebanon Co., Pa., as researched by Lee Thierwechter from Dr. Ellworth Kyger's Word Lists. Lee Thierwechter is a Pa. German writer, historian, and teacher. (204pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2002.) $12.00 3066. Dew Drops; Daily Devotions by Nellie B. Weber Daily devotions for the year with Scripture texts and original poetic meditations. Inspirational and memorable! (288pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005.) $9.99 2507. Discovering American Folklife: Essays on Folk Culture and the Pennsylvania Dutch by Don Yoder A collection of essays on folklife, folk costume, folk religion, folk hymnody, folk medicine, and folk cookery--all relating to the complex cultural diversity of Pennsylvania. (314pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2001.) $16.95 2784. Discovering the History of Your House and Your Neighborhood by Betsy J. Green It does not matter which house you live in, but discovering that unique history of both the house and land is just waiting to be uncovered with the help of this book. You will learn how to begin your search; find and contact former owners of your house; discover the architect who designed your house; find the original plans for your house; re-create long-lost woodwork, porches, even historic landscaping; locate building permits for your house; find the original price of your house; research subdivisions and neighborhoods; find deeds for your house and land; find old photos of your house; use old maps to learn about your neighborhood; and write your house history. Also includes a state-by-state guide. (288pp. illus. index. Santa Monica Press, 2002.) $14.95 1816. Do You Need the Truck Manured Out? by David G. Parker A retired North Carolina native hauled livestock for the Amish in Pennsylvania, and tells of his experiences learning to handle animals and a cattle truck while developing both business relationships and friendships with the Amish of Lancaster County. (40pp. Author, 1997.) $6.50 774. Don't Know Much About History by Kenneth C. Davis This acclaimed reference book carries the reader on a rollicking ride through six hundred years of Americana with wit, candor, and fascinating facts. The human side of history appears here, often exploding long-held

myths and misconceptions. It includes a chronology, a biographical dictionary, and quotes. (678pp. index. Perennial, 2003.) $13.95 1699. Early American Copper, Tin and Brass: Handcrafted Metalware From Colonial Times by Henry J. Kauffman The fascinating story of how these important early products were made and used, ranging from the simple tin pot to an elaborate brass chandelier; covering items used in the kitchen, living room, and bedroom; sconces, lanterns, trays, candle molds, candlesticks, and andirons, ladles, bed warmers, and a multitude of other objects. Illustrated with scores of photos just for this book. (107pp. illus. Astragal Press, 1995.) $19.95 2605. Early American Herb Recipes by Alice Cooke Brown For early American households, the herb garden was an all-purpose medicine chest. But herbs were also used by homemakers of the past. Readers of this book will discover not only how herbs were used in making vegetable and meat dishes, gravies and sauces, cakes, pies, soups, and beverages, but also how our ancestors used them in making dyes, furniture polish, insecticides, spot removers, perfumes, hair tonics, soaps, tooth powders, and numerous other products. (152pp. illus. Dover Pubs., 2001.) $9.95 322. Early American Home Remedies by Elmer Smith Collection of hundreds of interesting and now often humorous remedies from almanacs and doctor books of more than a century ago and stories told by "Doc" Tommy Scott. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1988.) $3.50 1131. Early Artisans by Bobbie Kalman Read about the role of the artisan in the community, carving, making musical instruments, tailors, wigmakers, pottery, glass blowers, the blacksmith, wagons, and carriages, printing, binding books, shipbuilding. (64pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1989.) $8.95 1781. Early Christmas by Bobbie Kalman How did the early settlers celebrate Christmas? Read about Jesus' birth, type of gifts given, the Christmas tree, Santa, and even Christmas weddings. A brief explanation of customs of different settlers--French, German, Mennonite, Swedish, Ukrainian--is given. (64pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1991.) $8.95 323. Early Country Furniture by Elmer L. Smith Profusely illustrated with examples of the handcrafted furniture of our ancestors made out of necessity by farmer-craftsmen or jack-of-all-trades. (40pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1987.) $3.50 1744. Early Domestic Architecture of Pennsylvania by Eleanor Raymond The pictures and architectural drawings include numerous illustrations of outbuildings, pumps, spring houses, houses, and barns. Many are in Chester, Berks, and Lancaster Cos., Pa. Includes 97 photos and 177 line drawings. (illus. Schiffer Pub. Ltd., 1977.) $29.95 1133. Early Family Home by Bobbie Kalman What was family life like long ago? Read about how the land was cleared and homes were built. Furniture, bathrooms, medical practices, making candles, quiltmaking, borrowing, making soap, social activities, weddings, and more are covered. Read the story of Samantha Stell. Glossary has words such as salt- peter, sod, tonic, trundle bed, fireplace trammel, canopy. (64pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $8.95 1179. Early Farm Life by Bobbie Kalman What was it like to live on a farm years ago? Read about clearing the land, butchering, livestock, weather, gardening, processing maple syrup and honey, farm facts, and more. (80pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $8.95 1134. Early Health and Medicine by Bobbie Kalman Kill or cure, Indian remedies, nature's medicines, herbs, cleanliness, diseases, epidemics, tuberculosis, death, early doctors, surgery without pain, hospital and home care, germs, and other topics. (64pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1991.) $8.95

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324. Early Iron Ware by Elmer L. Smith Presents early smiths' and ironmasters' products-- handwrought iron and molded cast-iron objects, some rare, one-of-a-kind specimens, and some popular antique collections. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts, 1987.) $3.50 325. Early Lighting From Tallow to Oil in Early America by Elmer L. Smith Lamps and lanterns using grease, tallow, camphene, and coal oil. Adaptability of available fuels and equipment explained and illustrated. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts, 1982.) $3.50 1136. Early Schools by Bobbie Kalman Poems, stories, drawings, and photos illustrate the story of early education. Methods of teaching, homemade school supplies, learning the alphabet, writing, reading, spelling, recess, role of the teacher, rules for students and teachers, life at boarding school, the early education of girls--are a few items covered. (64pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1991.) $8.95 1135. Early Settler Children by Bobbie Kalman Grandparents, discipline, work, play, orphanages and adoption, child labor, death, pets, outdoor activities, parlor fun and games, and rules for parents are some of the subjects described. Tells what children did long ago. (64pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1991.) $8.95 1137. Early Stores and Markets by Bobbie Kalman The apothecary, trading post, general store, receiving mail, the role of the storekeeper, the store as a social center, kinds of groceries, tonics, customer relations, city markets, peddlers, etc. The glossary explains barter system, brand name, merchant, peddler, quinine, spittoon, tump line, . . . (64pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992. $8.95) 2534. Eastertide in Pennsylvania by Alfred L. Shoemaker with Foreword by Don Yoder The 0th anniversary edition explores the folk practices and beliefs associated with the spring holidays in Pa., from Shrove Tuesday, Ash Wednesday, and Maundy Thursday to Good Friday, Easter Sunday, and Whitsuntide. Read about fastnachts, colored eggs, Moravian serenade of trombones, fantasticals, scratch-carved eggs, work taboos, battalion day, and more. (128pp. illus. index. hardcover with jacket. Stackpole Books, 2000.) $19.95 1412. Easy-to-Make Columbus Discovers America Panorama by A. G. Smith Designed for yongsters six years and up, the curving three-dimensional panorama depicts Columbus' arrival in the New World. Included are paper models of the explorer's famous three ships as well as representations of crew members, a village, natives engaged in everyday activities, local vegetations and animal stock. Easy-tofollow instructions explain clearly how to cut out and assemble this entertaining and instructive tableau. (16pp. Dover, 1990.) $4.95 732. Echoes at Twilight by Dr. Doris R. Schoel Over 180 inspirational poems and short essays on an assortment of topics--Warwick, Friends, Freundschaft, Children, Love, Aging, Nursing, Faith, Season, and Bits and Pieces--give the reader a historic overview of life in northern Chester Co., Pa. The quaint illustrations also add a delightful flavor. (115pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1991.) $17.50 2803. Eddies for Outdoorsmen; Inspiration from Nature and Outdoor Sports by Henry L. Youndt A collection of inspirational short stories related to nature and outdoor recreation, especially canoeing, that will not only provide appreciation for nature, but also appreciation for life. Take the time to listen to your heart, check your compass, choose your destination, and enjoy the eddies that come your way in life. (108pp. illus. Author, 2004.) $7.95 1138. Eighteenth Century Clothing by Bobbie Kalman The clothing of the 18th century was a colorful mix of fancy fashions from Europe and homemade threads created from wool, flax, and cotton. Wigs, stomachers, fans, stays, buckles, farthingales, clogs, and corkballs were all accessories used by 18th-century colonials. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1993.) $7.95

3160. Entrusted with the Gospel; Multiplying Laborers by Dr. Herbert J. Betz The Apostle Paul tells us that we have been "entrusted" with the Gospel (I Thess. :). This book is about that trust given to all of us, and how we may be good stewards of that trust. It encourages and inspires. (204pp. International Training Ministry, 2006.) $12.00 3029. Eric Sloane's ABCs of Early Americana by Eric Sloane Taking his cue from early Americans' interest in the lore and beauty of the English alphabet, Sloane arranged this beautifully illustrated book in an A-Z format, decorating each page with his own fine handlettering and including a brief caption to elucidate the origin and use of each object he pictures. Subtitled "A sketchbook of inventions, curiosities, and lore." (54pp. illus. Voyageur Press, 2001.) $12.95 3030. Eric Sloane's An Age of Barns by Eric Sloane A classic folksy overview of barn folklore, architecture, and history, filled with fabulous sketches that illustrate all types of American and Canadian barns and everything associated with them. (96pp. illus. Voyageur Press, 2005.) $16.95 1612. Es Nei Teshtament in Pennsylvania Deitsh un English The Pa. Dutch and English verses are matched in two side-by-side columns. This edition now includes Psalms and Proverbs. The Pa. Deitsh text is translated from Textus Receptus Greek Text and Dr. Martin Luther's German translation. The English text is the Authorized King James Verson. (1,094pp. Committee for Translation, rev. 2002.) $13.95 1018. Everyday Dress of Rural America, 1783-1800 by Meredith Wright Students and enthusiasts of period costume as well as needleworkers interested in recreating authentic costumes of America's post-Revolutionary era will welcome this book which focuses on everyday clothing worn in rural areas. (113pp. illus. Dover, 1992.) $9.95 896. Everyday Life in Early America by David Freeman Hawke In this clearly written volume, Hawke provides enlightening and colorful descriptions of early Colonial Americans and debunks many widely held assumptions about 17th-century settlers. He cites the distinctions among the people who settled in New England, the middle colonies, and the Chesapeake region. Read about who came and why, farming, house furnishings, disease, morals, war, witchcraft, Indians, servants, . . . (195pp. index. Harper & Row, 1988.) $13.00 2419. A Farm Country Christmas edited by Amy Rost-Holtz Capturing just what makes Christmas in farm country so special, A Farm Country Christmas blends heartwarming stories about Christmas in the country and spectacular artwork and photos. Stories include coming home to the farm, children's Christmas pageants, decorating country style and the farm country Christmas Day Feast. (160pp. illus. hardcover with dust jacket. Voyaguer Press, 1999.) $19.95 327. Farming, Always Farming, A Photographic Essay of Rural Pennsylvania German Land and Life by H. Winslow Fegley A wonderful coffee table-type book of old photos from the Berks Co., Pa., photographer Fegley collection. H. Winslow Fegley (1871-19), a country storekeeper at Hereford, Pa., traveled extensively through Berks, Lehigh, and Montgomery Cos., Pa., to take these photographs divided into two sections: land and people. (312pp. illus. hardcover. Pa. German Soc., 1987.) $35.00 (Add an additional $1.00 to postage bill.) 2173. Folk Art Cut & Use Stencils by Ted Menten This treasure chest of 77 full-size folk art stencils is an inspiring collection of authentic early American designs--birds, florals and foliates, sleighs, weathervanes, hearts and harvest scenes, border designs, Pa. Dutch scenes and antique quilt patterns--all ready to add period charm to a multitude of creative projects. Now you can ornament walls, floors, furniture, tin,

leather, fabric--just about any surface. (64pp. illus. Dover, 1985.) $7.95 2847. Folk Medicine and Remedies In the old days, there was a tonic or cure for almost any ailment. This delightful book offers a variety of home remedies, potions, common sayings, and herbal cures, all believed at the time to help with conditions such as rheumatism, headaches, joint ache, toothaches, and more. (32pp. illus. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 1141. Food for the Settler by Bobbie Kalman Sources of food, trapping, edible birds, preserving berries, maple sugar, potluck dinners, bread, feasts, table manners, ice cream, taffy, holiday dishes, pickling, smoking, apple harvest, blessing of food, etc. (96pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $8.95 2082. For Better, For Worse by John M. Drescher A pre-marital handbook to assist couples in discussing sixty-one points as they realistically face crucial factors for a successful marriage. The more honestly couples face their differences, the better the marriage. A wonderful handbook for pastors to use in counseling. (40pp. Masthof Press, 1999.) $2.95 3006. Forgotten Pennsylvania Textiles of the 18th and 19th Centuries by Marjie Thompson, Kathleen L. Grant, and Alan G. Keyser Identifies tablecloths, hand towels, grain bags, and coverlets that were woven in southeastern Pa. and places them into their historical context within the Pa. German community. (46pp. illus. Linen Press, 2005.) $15.95 2623. Foreigners in Their Own Land; Pennsylvania Germans in the Early Republic by Steven M. Nolt This is the story of the Pa. Germans and how they came to think of themselves as quintessential Americans and simultaneously constructed a durable sense of ethnicity successfully combining elements of their Old World tradition with several emerging versions of national identity. This contributes to our understanding of how the early German-speaking immigrants began to form a new Pa. German culture out of their disparate European backgrounds. (238pp. hardcover. Pa. State Univ. Press, 2002.) $29.95 764. Four Seasons House Blessing Notecards The flowers in the four corners of this original fraktur design indicate the changing seasons. (10 notecards/pack, 4" x 5 1/2" size.) $3.50 1825. Foxe's Christian Martyrs of the World by John Foxe The works of John Foxe (1516-1587) influenced generations of early Christians and, outside the Bible itself, were the most available writings of the sixteenth century. This book may not be a pleasant reading experience, but it is an invaluable one. Martyrs include the Glovers, William Hunter, John Lambert, William Tyndale, John Huss, Archbishop Cranmer, and others. (204pp. index. Barbour and Company, 1989.) $5.95 2236. Fraktur: Folk Art and Family by Corinne and Russell Earnest Over 0 photographs, many full page, are presented in this book demonstrating three centuries of American fraktur and are interwoven with insightful historical details, information on the making of fraktur, and techniques for preserving these delicate documents. (192pp. illus. index. hardcover. Schiffer Pub., 1999.) $49.95 2153. Fraktur Writings and Folk Art Drawings of the Schwenkfelder Library Collection by Dennis Moyer At long last a careful, thorough, and balanced study of the Schwenkfelder School of fraktur writers of the period from 170 to 180. This volume contains more than 0 full-color reproductions of fraktur, as well as numerous black and white illustrations, including maps of Schwenkenfelder Districts. (301pp. illus. index. hardcover, dust jacket. Pa. German Society, 1998.) $70.00 903. From Pennsylvania to Waterloo: Pennsylvania-German Folk Culture in Transition

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by Susan M. Burke and Matthew H. Hill Chapters on textiles, foodways, folkways, fraktur, etc., contrast the Pa. Germans of Lancaster Co., Pa., and those of Waterloo Co., Ontario. Beautiful full-color, as well as black and white photos show fraktur, clothing, coverlets, maps, household items, and more, identifying the early owners--perhaps one of your ancestors. (148pp. illus. index. Friends of the Joseph Schneider Haus, 1991.) $25.95 2984. From Switzerland to America by Joan Landis A delightful collection of fullcolor folk-art paintings showing the author's Landis family heritage from Anabaptist Hans Landis (1-161) of Hirzel, Switzerland, who was beheaded as an Anabaptist preacher. The author also includes paintings on her immigrant, Johannes Heinrich and Elizabeth (Hirt) Landis, who came to Pa. in 1717 and was baptized in 17 by Peter Becker. Widow Elizabeth married Henry Endt and moved to the Ephrata Cloister. Son, Henry Hirt Landis moved to Ringoes, N.J. Paintings of Ringoes plus descendants of families moving to Va. and Ohio are beautiful! (16pp. full color illus. Masthof Press, 2005.) $9.95 329. From Trash to Treasure: Contemporary Collectibles by Elmer L. Smith The collecting craze is sweeping the country--artifacts and baubles from sublime to zany--almost everything is collected by someone! Contemporary collecting is classless, limited only by the imagination of the individual. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1979.) $3.50 3168. From Würzbrunnen to the Jura; The 2006 Engle Swiss Heritage Tour The July-August 006 ten-day tour to Switzerland is highlighted here with color photos intermingled with a daily journal written by different tour participants on the Mast-guided tour. (20pp. color illus. Masthof Press, 2006.) $8.00 2012. Frontier Life by Bobbie Kalman Authentic 19th-century etchings make this a fun picture book or educational coloring book. The etchings may also be used as clip art. Illustrations include arriving in the wilderness, making a home, home schooling, moose hunt, bagging a bear, the general store, a horseback ride, settling the West, the barber, the circuit doctor, and more. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1998.) $7.95 1784. The General Store by Bobbie Kalman What was sold in the old general store? Read about the postal system, bartering, credit, newspapers. Glossary contains words such as dry goods, potbellied stove, stagecoach, yard goods, and more. (32pp. illus. index. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1997.) $7.95 1276. The Gift is Small, the Love is Great: Pennsylvania German Small Presentation Frakturs by Frederick S. Weiser This spectacular book of small Frakturs contains nearly 11 pieces reproduced in full color--many in their original dimensions. These small Frakturs were primarily made by Mennonites and were the subject of an exhibition at the Museum of American Folk Art in 199. Includes artists such as Johannes Bard, Hans Jacob Brubacher, Adam Brubaker, Barbara Ebersol, John Adam Eyer, and Michael Froelich. (120pp. York Graphic Services, 1994.) $25.00 2820. Going to America by Terry Coleman What was it like for our immigrant ancestors to travel to the "promised land" in America? What was it like to leave home and say goodbye to family and friends? What kind of ride was it on the ships--sail and steamships? Where were your ancestors in the year 187--year of the Plague? (317pp. illus. Gen. Pub. Co., 2004 reprint.) $21.95 741. A Good Start by Jeannette Lasansky Chronicles the evolution of the dowry as practiced by the

rural Pa.-German and Anglo-Saxon farm families from the mid-18th century to current and similar practices among the Amish. It shows how those "gifts from home" were, and are, part of a complex inheritance system. (88pp. illus. Oral Traditions Proj., 1990.) $22.00 3090. 1906 The Great San Francisco Earthquake and Fire by Darrell Heppner One hundred years ago, the huge 1906 earthquake is told through pictures, some in color, from a recently-uncovered box of 68 glass negatives bought at a flea market. Includes a chapter titled "Measuring an Earthquake." (124pp. illus., color. Author, 2006.) $44.95 1022. The Gristmill by Bobbie Kalman Discover how your ancestor's local miller produced flour--the staple of life. Why was the gristmill so crucial to a community? What was its source of power? How does wheat become bread? (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $7.95 2848. Gulag: A History by Anne Applebaum This book deserves reading by a wide audience. Although it is not specifically about Mennonites, it is an important contribution to the history of the Great Terror in Russia. It is the 00 Pulitzer Prize Winner. (677pp. Doubleday, 2004.) $16.95 2995. Hall of Faith Cards Twenty-two colorful laminated cares of Bible characters with full-color photo on one side and description of the person on the back giving facts and figures, faith reminders, and a Scripture verse identifying the Bible character. Specifically designed for children in grade three to use like baseball cards. (22 cards + 2 blanks for child to sketch an additional Bible hero.) $3.95 1145. The Harmonia Sacra by Joseph Funk and Sons This th edition of a very popular shape-note hymnbook was first published in 18 in Virginia. (416pp. hardcover. Good Books, 1993.) $19.95 2087. Heirloom Vegetables by Sue Stickland Home gardeners who want to grow and preserve vegetables have an essential guide to more than 0 vegetables from beans to zucchini profiled. Specific varieties and their individual qualities are described as are cultivation tips and recommended uses. This book is a feast for the eyes and an inspiration for anyone who loves to spend time in the garden. (191pp. illus. Gaia Books Limited, 1998.) $16.00 1502. Henry's Dutch Country Anthology, Vol. 1 by Henry J. Kauffman A super collection of 78 short articles on subjects ranging from axes to blacksmithing to summerhouses and warming pans. A sampling of other articles covers antiques, bells and bell towers, Britannia, butter molds, pewter spoons, copper-smithing, decorated chests, early American fireplaces, gunmaking, folk art in metals, Conestoga Wagon, Pennsylvania Rifle, locksmiths and locks, Pennsylvania pewterers, the riddle of two front doors, silversmithing, stills, Dutch barns, etc. (182pp. illus. hardcover. Masthof Press, 1995.) $18.50 2122. Henry's Dutch Country Anthology, Vol. II by Henry J. Kauffman Forty-four topics are covered on a variety of subjects including andirons, brass, butterprints, cast-iron stoves, Chevron doors, copper, dowsers, fireplace accessories, Herr House, pewter, schranks, silver, springhouses, teakettles, tinware, and much more--even a chapter on "Kauffman Treasures." (90pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1999.) $9.95 1224. Heritage Celebrations: A Guide to Celebrating the History of Your Church by Wilma McKee This guide to celebrating the history of your church is a creative resource for churches to establish and affirm the roots of their own history. Discover the joy of planning and remembering church celebrations with useful suggestions. (100pp. Faith & Life Press, 1994.) $10.95 2312. Hex Signs: Pennsylvania Dutch Barn Symbols and Their Meanings

by Don Yoder and Thomas E. Graves A handsomely produced and revised second edition in which the authors have uncovered the roots of hex signs in folk culture and the ways that hex signs have become a part of popular culture. (86pp. index. illus. Stackpole Books, 2000.) $19.95 2380. Hidden in Plain View: A Secret Story of Quilts and the Underground Railroad by Jacqueline L. Tobin and Raymond G. Dobard The story that was passed down for generations in the family of Ozella McDaniel Williams is a coded message steeped in African textile traditions that provides a link between slave-made quilts and the Underground Railroad. Williams describes how slaves made coded quilts and then used them to navigate their escape on the Underground Railroad. Her story offers proof that some slaves were involved in a sophisticated network that melded African textile traditions with quilts. (208pp. illus. hardcover with dust jacket. Doubleday, 1999.) $27.50 865. Historic Costume in Pictures by Braun and Schneider Over 1,0 costumes on 1 plates are shown here, from antiquity to the end of the 19th century, covering a wide variety of peoples, social classes, and professional types; Crusaders, German knights, pages, Italian scholars, German townspeople, Swiss citizens, peasants, and more. It gives us a glimpse of clothing designs from our past. (256pp. Dover, 1975.) $12.95 866. A History of Costume by Carl Köhler Over 600 patterns and illustrations show the costumes of the ancient peoples of the Mediterranean lands and Asia Minor, the Teutonic prehistoric period, the Middle Ages, Renaissance, Baroque, and the 18th and 19th centuries. Köhler covers all aspects of the subject: methods of tailoring, designs, dyes, accessories, fashions for all occasions, and more. Clear, measured, detailed patterns for many of the articles of clothing. (464pp. index. illus. Dover, 1963.) $12.95 1169. The History of the House That Jack Built A reprint of an old book probably first printed in the 1850s and used in schools as an early reader for school students. With large and small case "ABCs" inside the front cover and colorful drawings inside, readers begin reading only a few words on the first pages and progress to the end of the book with many words on a page. This is an excellent example of books used by our ancestors over a century ago. (20pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1993 reprint.) $4.95 1963. Hogwash, History, and Horse Sense: The World According to Jake by Linda High The weekly newspaper column "Jake's View" is a humorous portrayal of a legendary witty, philosophical old codger sitting on a rocker on the front porch of a farmhouse off a dusty back road in Lancaster Co., Pa. Sixty-eight lighthearted stories include titles such as Smucker's Harness Shop, Glow-in-the-Dark Mice, Heebie-Jeebies, Windsor Forge, John Bressler, Bowmansville Days and Amos, Dowsing, Chinese New Year and Hawaii in Shady Maple, Diving Horses, Burma-Shave Signs, etc. (199pp. Robert Weaver, 1997.) $9.95 3069. Holy Light--CD by The Table Singers Best of the Table Singers, Volume , includes beautiful acappella hymns directed by Glenn Lehman: "Wonderful Grace of Jesus," "Alone With God," "Great God of Wonders," "Tread Softly," "His Eye is on the Sparrow," "In the Garden," "In the Rifted Rock." (CD. 22 hymns. Harmonies Workshop, 2005.) $12.95 1026. Home Crafts by Bobbie Kalman A step-by-step account explaining how the early settlers made candles and soap, carded and spun wool, dyed cloth, and sewed samples. Discover the ingenuity and creative flair of our ancestors as they reused materials. (32pp. index. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $7.95

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765. House Blessing Notecards A verse compiled from Swiss house inscriptions, dated 161 and 177, and a broadside printed in the 1800s appears on the front of this fraktur notecard. (10 notecards/pack, 4" x 5 1/2" size.) $3.50 331. Household Tools and Tasks: In the Days of Self-Sufficiency by Elmer L. Smith About the early American household and the many tasks of the American housewife. Illustrated with some of the artifacts, equipment, and the gradually emerging mechanical labor-saving devices of "The Good Old Days." (32pp. illus. Applied Arts Pubs., 1987.) $3.50 1186. How Much Is That in Real Money? A Historical Price Index for Use as a Deflator of Money Values in the Economy of the United States by John McCusker Convert prices from any time in American past as far back as 1700 to their comparable values in today's dollars. Step-by-step instructions are given to make the conversions from past prices--even those expressed in colonial currency of pounds, shillings, and pence--to today's values. (77pp. Am. Antiquarian Soc., 1992.) $15.00 2692. How We Lived: Everyday Furniture, Fashions, and Settings, 1880-1940 by Peter Swift Seibert How did our ancestors live between 1880 and 190? What did they look like? Transportation switched from horse-drawn vehicles to airplanes, lighting from oil lamps to electricity, occupations from agriculture to industry. This extensively illustrated book looks at the homes, occupations, pastimes, and transportation of that time. See furniture, clothing, hairstyles, architecture, and working conditions in over 0 never-beforepublished photos. (160pp. illus. Schiffer, 2003.) $29.95 332. Hutterite Life by John A. Hostetler Authoritative, readable account about a group of people often misunderstood. Presented with picture and story are the Hutterites, a people who practice communal living. In this book, you will find who the Hutterites are, where they live, what they believe, and how they serve God. Full-color illustrations throughout. (48pp. Herald Press, 1983.) $7.99 665. I Saw it in The Budget by Elmer S. Yoder More than ,000 excerpts from letters of hundreds of scribes who sent letters to the Amish and Amish Mennonite newspaper--The Budget--published at Sugarcreek Ohio, since 1890. These letters are a beautiful sample of the way life was during the past 100 years as told in the words of the scribes themselves. (391pp. Diakonia Ministries, 1990.) $10.00 2795. Ideals Guide to American Civil War Places by Julie Shively Brief descriptions of the major battles in each state including commanders' names, strength of forces, and casualties incurred, as well as a short history of each site, address, telephone numbers, etc. (272pp. Ideals Pubs., 1999.) $23.00 2796. Ideals Guide to Places of the American Revolution by Julie Shively Brief descriptions of the major battles in each state including commanders' names, strength of forces, and casualties incurred, as well as a short history of each site, address, telephone numbers, etc. State maps include highways and major cities with significant Revolutionary War places noted. (256pp. Ideals Pubs., 2001.) $23.00 2019. In the Barn by Bobbie Kalman Topics include the barns of the pioneers, types of barns, a barn-raising bee, barn tools and gadgets, animals, children's chores, through the seasons, fun and frolic in the barn, and more. Glossary has words such as chaff, forge, granary, Pa. Dutch, Shakers, sheaves, thresh, whitewash, winnow, yoke, etc. Colorful drawings and photos great for children. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1997.) $7.95 1872. Inheritance in America From Colonial Times to the Present by Carole Shammas, Marylynn Salmon, and Michel Dahlin This is the first study of how Americans have distributed household wealth over three centuries--from the 1700s

to the 1980s. It focuses on the relationship between the inheritance process and changes in capitalism and the structure of the family. Long-term trends in the use of dynastic devices, charitable bequests, women's control over capital, and the giving of legacies to collateral kin and friends are examined. (320pp. index. Frontier Press, 1997.) $19.95 2694. The Kalona/Iowa Pennsylvania-German Dialect by Ruth Bender, Sarah E. Fisher, Jean Miller Thomas, and Thomas and Leroy Miller This book is actually a 199 thesis prepared by Ruth E. Bender titled "A Study of the Pennsylvania-German Dialect as Spoken in Johnson County, Iowa." Before the editor journeyed to Iowa to interview Ruth Bender, he met with Sarah Fisher, an Old Order Amish lady in Lancaster Co., Pa., and later with Jean Thomas and obtained their versions of Bender's list. Then in Iowa, Beam interviewed the Millers and Ruth Bender. (207pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 2003.) $12.00 1030. The Kitchen by Bobbie Kalman How did our ancestors survive without stoves, refrigerators, toasters, and food processors? In this colorful book, enter an historic home and take a close look at the early fireplace, the tools and utensils surrounding it, and the domestic chores that were carried out in the kitchen. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $7.95 3074. Known by the Work of His Hands by Claire Messimer The first book-length study of Pa. German tombstones in almost 0 years, this generously illustrated volume focuses on the work of carver Joseph Brownmiller. The author examines Brownmiller's art and life in the changing environment of Pa. German culture in the early Victorian era. (231pp. color illus. bibliog. Index. Pa. German Soc., 1998.) $65.00 3072. Kumm Laaf Mit Mir by Gladys L. Martin This is a collection of Pa. German poems. This second volume of Martin's includes original riddles as well as several prose pieces. (123pp. hardcover. Author, 2005.) $12.95 1927. Lancaster County: The Best Fun, Food, Lodging, Shopping, and Sights by Alonna F. Smith Comprehensive review of the best places to stay, visit, eat, and tour; practical information including addresses, hours, prices, menu items; detailed maps of the area; more than 70 photographs; historical background of the county including the Mennonites and the Amish; all making Lancaster County a place that has something for everyone. (256pp. illus. Food Companion Press, 1997.) $10.95 782. The Landing of the Pilgrims by James Daugherty This is the story of the Plymouth settlers as they fled England, traveled to Holland in 1608, and then on to America in 160, seeking religious freedom. Women, men, and children left their homes to brave a wild, new land. They had no homes but those they built with their own hands and no food but what they grew and shot. For three years, the colony's survival hung by a thread. This moving account depicts their first hard years in the New World. (151pp. Random House, 2001.) $5.99 2280. Legacy of One-Room Schools by Myrna Grove This is a thought-provoking, photo-illustrated picture book about 19th-century and early 0th-century education. From log schools to frame and brick schools, the text describes how rules organized school districts, how teachers were recruited, how lessons were taught, what classroom furnishings were used, and how consolidation of schools brought about changes. An elementary teacher since the 1970s, the author uses the last chapters to tell how schools in the past compare to schools today and deal with issues of school reform. (144pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1999.) $22.95 Letters and Notes on the Manners, Customs, and Conditions of North American Indians by George Catlin For eight years (18-9) George Catlin ventured

among the Indians of North American Plains, capturing in verbal and visual pictures every facet of their lives. His books have become invaluable historic and ethnographic documents for study of the American West. 1101A. Vol. I (266pp. illus. Dover, 1973.) $10.95 1101B. Vol. II (264pp. illus. Dover, 1973.) $12.95 2284. Long Day's Journey: The Steamboat and the Stagecoach Era in the Northern West by Carlos Arnaldo Schwantes Ride in a bouncing stagecoach as it rattles over the broken terrain, up steep and slippery slopes, and down twisting ravines across Montana, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington, and into the staterooms and on the open-air decks of the thrashing sidewheelers and sternwheelers of the Columbia and Missouri Rivers. (408pp. index. hardcover with jacket. University of Washington Press, 2000.) $60.00 (Please add an extra $1.00 to postage.) 2850. Los Uns Deitsch Schwetze--Let's Speak Pennsylvania German #1 by Alice Spayd This CD with a printed guide quotes an English sentence first, followed by the Pennsylvania Dutch, and then gives a pause so that you can practice saying the sentence. The spelling is in accordance with Drs. Buffington and Barba's A Pennsylvania German Grammar adopted by the Pennsylvania German Society. (CD with an 8-page guide. Author, 2004.) $11.00 2886. (Cassette tape with an 8-page guide. Author, 2004.) $10.00 3187. The Luther-Bible of Christian Kämmerer the Dilherr Edition compiled by James D. Kemmerer Christian Kämmerer arrived in America on the ship Duke of Wirtemburg in 171, and brought with him a Bible that was handed down through the generations to today. Johann Michael Dilherr wrote the preface for this Luther-Bible and everything including all the illustrations and descriptions are nicely reproduced. (611pp. illus. Author, 2006.) $55.00 3190. (hardcover version.) $65.00 991. Making Authentic Pennsylvania Dutch Furniture: With Measured Drawings of Museum Classics by John G. Shea This richly-illustrated book covers every facet of the subject, from the customs and creed of the Pa. Dutch to the design, construction, painting, and decorating of their most distinctive furniture pieces. Measured drawings enable woodworkers to reproduce 0 representative pieces--chairs, tables, cupboards. (240pp. illus. Dover, 1992.) $19.95 1627. Meditations on the Gospel of Matthew: Guidelines for Daily Living by Dr. W. Richard Kettering These guidelines focus on a wide range of topics, including humility, goal setting, private time, integrity, self-control, effort, arguing, personal responsibility, and consistency. The book has relevant questions for evaluating 6 topics. Included is a unique personal inventory and self-analysis, which gives a profile of one's strengths that may need to be reevaluated. (133pp. illus. Tri-Mor Enter., 1995.) $12.00 1462. Metalworking Trades in Early America by Henry J. Kauffman This informative survey of metalworking trades in early America covers the blacksmith, whitesmith, cutler, locksmith, wheelwright, gunsmith, nailer, edgetool maker, and tinsmith. (166pp. illus. Astragal Press, 1995.) $22.95 3165. Mit Pennsylvaanisch-Deitsch darich's Yaahr; A Pennsylvania German Reader for Grandparents and Grandchildren by German Pennsylvania Association An anthology of poems and stories arranged by months of the year--all in Pennsylvania Dutch. This is a great collection to keep this dialect alive! (160pp. illus. 2006.) $18.99 More Christmas Acappella: Mennonite Singing This 1-song collection by Table Singers is directed by Glenn Lehman of Lancaster, Pa., and includes timeless favorites as "O Little Town of Bethlehem," "O Come, O Come, Emmanuel," "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear," and "O Come All Ye Faithful." 2243A. (cassette.) $9.95.

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2614. A Museum of Early American Tools by Eric Sloane This profusely illustrated book describes in detail scores of early American tools and the wooden and metal artifacts made with them. Informally written, the text covers building tools and methods; farm and kitchen implements; and the tools of curriers, wheelwrights, coopers, blacksmiths, coachmakers, loggers, tanners, and many other early craftsmen. (128pp. illus. Dover, 2002.) $8.95 2698. Nature Calls by Dottie Booth A photographic tour of outhouses and privies around the world giving personal stories, historical facts, and folklore (what was used before toilet paper; why the crescent moon?). An entertaining and personal portrait of a disappearing part of the landscape. (96pp. illus. Ten Speed Press, 2002.) $12.95 1170. Nineteenth Century Clothing by Bobbie Kalman This informative book, with over 0 color illustrations and photos, provides young readers with a wealth of information on the way clothes were made and how they looked. It also shows children how to create pioneer costumes. (32pp. index. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1993.) $7.95 2668. Ode to the Outhouse; A Tribute to a Vanishing American Icon There is probably no other building that is as necessary or seemingly unglamorous as the outhouse. But, as they vanish, outhouses have an every-growing following. This is a fun and humorous look at privies picturing post cards, cartoons, and sketches. (108pp. illus. hardcover. Voyager Press, 2002.) $14.95 2722. Of Love and Confessions by Rusty Fitts This collection of original poems by a Pa. native, is unique and inspirational. Sample titles include: The Real Me, Motherhood Personified, Touched by an Angel, Transition, His Lot is Cast, Kids and Water, A Friend is Gone, . . . (64pp. Author, 2003.) $8.00 2853. Old-Fashioned Grist-Mill Recipes A little more than 100 years ago, waterpowered grist mills dotted the lands, producing ground and refined grains of all sorts. This recipe book recaptures the spirit of those days and offers selected recipes representative of the milled grains used to make baked goods and the meat and vegetable staples that would have graced the dining table. (32pp. illus. Remember When Books & Toys, 2004.) $5.00 1032. Old-Time Crafts and Trades edited by Peter Stockham How did a child in the early 19th century learn about trades and occupations that might be open to him later in life? Here is the unabridged reprint of one volume of The Book of Trades, or Library of the Useful Arts which describes in detail a different trade--coachmaker, gardener, hairdresser, shoemaker, lacemaker, etc. (192pp. illus. Dover, 1992. $4.95) 1766. "The Ornamental Branches," Needlework and Arts from the Lititz Moravian Girls' School between 1800 and 1865 by Patricia T. Herr Full-color and black-white photos with detailed descriptions of needlework produced at this Lititz, Pa., boarding school for girls. Also contains name, age, parents, and home for each student during 179-180. Surnames include Anderson, Carpenter, Hertzler, Jacobs, Kennedy, Miller, Patterson, Reynolds, Smith, Watson, Wilson, etc. (88pp. index. illus. Heritage Center Museum of Lancaster Co., Pa., 1996.) $20.00 2799. Our Pennsylvania by Jerry Irwin This pictorial celebration of stunning photos found throughout the state of Pa. showcases the natural, historical, and cultural facets of life, offering an intimate glimpse into what makes Pa. so unique. You will see well-known spots as Gettysburg, the rolling farmlands of Pa. Dutch Country, the Great Valley Mill, Brandywine Scenic Railroad, Hershey's Chocolate World, Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, and the historic cities of Philadelphia and Pittsburgh. (128pp. illus. hardcover. Voyageur Press, 2004.) $19.95

1768. A Pattern for Living: Reflections on the Sermon on the Mount by A. Don Augsburger Meditation titles include The Meek Inherit, Children of Peace, Reward for the Persecuted, Free From the Law, Reconciliation Toward Peace, The Ultimate Pursuit, Personal Introspection, The Two Ways, Building for Eternity, etc. (192pp. Author, 1993.) $8.95 1980. Pennsylvania Almanac by Jere Martin A user-friendly guidebook on everything from government, industry, and media to population, state parks, and cultural events. The most complete information source available on the people, places, and character of the Keystone State. (352pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 1997.) $19.95 1195. The Pennsylvania Barn: Its Origin, Evolution, and Distribution in North America by Robert F. Ensminger The Pa.-German (forebay bank) barn is one of the most important agricultural structures to have been brought to North America from Europe. This is a detailed examination of the Swiss prototype, including the emergence of the Swiss barn forebay in Switzerland, 0+maps and diagrams and 10 photographs. (236pp. illus. index. Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 1992.) $19.95 2513. Pennsylvania Deitsh Dictionary: Deitsh to English, English to Deitsh by Thomas Beachy Contains the vocabulary used in Es Nei Teshtament (#161), the Pennsylvania Deitsh translation of the New Testament. The new spelling system in this dictionary was developed through extensive surveys with potential readers by Hank Hershberger. (164pp. Carlisle Press, 2001.) $9.95 1071. Pennsylvania Dutch American Folk Art by Henry J. Kauffman The early Pa. Dutch settlers introduced to America a native craftsmanship strongly influenced by their ancestral fatherland. It developed a flavor of its own which has contributed so richly to the historical folk art of the New World. Brings together a representative collection of illustrative material (over 70 photos) as an excellent record of the Pa. Dutch folk art. (146pp. illus. Masthof Press, 1993; reprint of 1946 ed.) $9.95 2210. Pennsylvania Dutch Cut and Use Stencils by JoAnne C. Day Printed on heavy manila paper for easy use, 7 stencil designs reflect the rich Pa. Dutch folk art heritage: tulips, birds, vines, flowers, real and mythical animals, and other motifs of the "Dutch folk." The author gives complete instructions for using these stencils so you can decorate tables, doors, canisters, lampshades, boxes, walls, floors, fabrics, leather, and almost any other surface with these authentic elements. (64pp. illus. Dover Pub., 1975.) $7.95 2067. Pennsylvania-Dutch Folk Art Cards edited by Frederick S. Weiser Twenty-four colorful punch-art postcards with short descriptions of this appealing Fraktur collection. The creation of folk artists of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, Frakturs were used to decorate baptismal certificates andt other religious documents. They also served as bookplates or rewards for outstanding students. (Dover Pubs., 1997.) $4.95 2460. Pennsylvania German Arts: More Than Hearts, Parrots, and Tulips by Irwin Richman Folk art and quilts are here, with objects ranging from needlework, pottery, furniture, and glass to paper, paintings, and metals. The extensive historical text illustrated with the works of traditionalists and the avant-garde are shown in 0 distinctive works of great beauty. (160pp. illus. Schiffer Books, 2001.) $29.95 3076. The Pennsylvania German Broadside; A History and Guide by Don Yoder Featuring more than 00 broadsides by world renowned authority on Pa. German folklife, this reference volume explores their role in Pa. German culture. It also looks at medical broadsides, political and military broadsides, sale bills, posters, house blessings, and Himmelsbriefe, among other broadside subjects. (366pp. illus. index. hardcover with jacket. Pa. State Univ. Press, 2005.) $50.00

994. Pennsylvania German Fraktur and Color Drawings Various Fraktur types are interpreted here with 80 plates (some in full-color) and descriptions by such artists as Christian Cassel, David Kreibel, Friedrich Krebs, Christian Strenge . . . Illuminations by the Ephrata Cloister, Schwenkfelders, and Mennonites are included. (illus. Landis Valley Associates, reproduced in 1989 from 1969 edition.) $10.95 1937. The Pennsylvania-Kentucky Rifle by Henry J. Kauffman Read about the rifle that was made in America by gunsmiths who migrated to Lancaster Co., Pa., from central Europe in the first half of the 18th century. This intensive study and exacting research by Kauffman has brought to light a tremendous amount of information on America's first great rifle. First printed in 1960, this book has an extensive listing of gunsmiths and the stylized work of the makers. Various rifles are identified with many photos and sketches and documentary data. (374pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005 reprint.) $16.95 871. The People Called Shakers by Edward Deming Andrews This warm and illuminating history is a thorough coverage of these pious, humble people and the distinct impression they made on American life. (351pp. illus. index. Dover Pubs., 1963.) $12.95 2485. Pictures From the Farm: An Album of Family Farm Memories by John O. Allen and Amy Rost-Holtz Featuring fabulous photos from the famous J. C. Allen & Son, Inc., archives, this book is a nostalgic memory book tribute to the farm and to rural life from the early 1900s to the late 1960s. Organized by theme, it shows the breadth and variety of farm living, from farm animals and equipment to buildings; from working the land to domestic living and farm folk. (144pp. illus. hardcover. Voyageur Press, 2001.) $29.95 2500. Pilgrims Then and Now by Gary L. Marks Time has blurred the Pilgrims' history. Many still confuse the Mayflower's passengers with the Puritans. Others think of the Pilgrims as little more than Thanksgiving symbols. But the Pilgrim story comes alive here, as Marks dusts off the stale symbols. (35pp. illus. The Society of Mayflower Descendants in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 2001.) $6.00 2029. Pioneer Life From A to Z by Bobbie Kalman This colorful picture dictionary looks at the life of the hardworking pioneers who settled the land. Intriguing objects used by the pioneers are featured such as spiders, niddy noddies, and hackles. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1998.) $7.95 1843. Pioneer Projects by Bobbie Kalman A wonderful way to learn about frontier and pioneer life by creating a rug craft project, cornhusk doll, kitchen item, stitched craft, fun with buttons, a whizzing whirligig, Jacob's ladder, block and sponge painting, stenciling and embossing. (32pp. Crabtree Pub., 1997.) $7.95 334. Pottery: A Utilitarian Folk Craft by Elmer Smith Deals with 7 years of making domestic ware--jugs, crocks, milk pans, pitchers--part of every homestead and typical of the small town inland potters. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1988.) $3.50 2395. The Power of Negative Thinking by Daniel G. Hagans This book is not an advocate of promoting negativism nor is it refuting anyone or anything positive. Our world indubitably needs to rotate on the axis of more positive thinking. "May this book be a wake-up call to help people see themselves as they are and where we are heading as a nation in the light of the Word of God." (107pp. Author, 2000.) $9.95

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1565. Proverbs of the Pennsylvania Germans by Edwin Miller Fogel Dr. Fogel numbered each of his ,08 proverbs according to key words arranged in alphabetical order from Appedit to Zung. Because proverbs are short, pithy, common, and greatly varied, they offer many interesting possibilities for analysis which can lead to a much better understanding of our culture. An alphabetical list of the English counterparts titled "Pa. German Keywords to Fogel's Proverbs and the Number of the Given Proverb." (149pp. hardcover. Center for Pa. German Studies, 1995.) $16.00 2980. The Ransom of Christ by Peter Jansz and trans. by Titus B. Hoover, Sr. Peter Jansz (16-166) of Twisk at Hoorn in Holland, wrote this book in 16. Peter was born four years after Menno Simons died and became the leading elder as a gifted speaker explaining what it cost Christ to save us. (240pp. 2003.) $9.95 2251. Remember When From churning homemade ice cream to pitching old iron horseshoes, recapture yesteryear's memories in this lovely collection of thought-provoking photography, songs, poems, and prose. Each heartwarming chapter opens with a carefully chosen musical selection and then offers a nostalgic journey into days gone by. Filled with vintage photographs and overflowing with reflections on the good old days, (160pp. illus. index. hardcover with jacket. Ideals Pub., Inc., 1991.) $24.95 1775. Reshaping Your Marriage by A. Don Augsburger Eleven writers contribute personal experiences, scriptural teachings, research findings, and counseling scenarios all related to the problems of marital relationships. The advice, while consistent with Biblical teachings and counseling precepts, is readable and realistic and not another "how to do it" book. (149pp. Masthof Press, 1996.) $9.95 2619. Restoring Antique Tools by Herbert P. Kean Easy-to-understand restoration techniques are described in a way that even the most uninitiated can follow. Chapters cover boring and edge tools, planes (wood, wood-bottomed, and metal), measuring tools, saws, and other miscellaneous tools, as well as a general chapter on cleaning and refinishing. Hundreds of invaluable instructions are accompanied with illustrative drawings. (122pp. illus. Astragal Press, 1998.) $17.95 1720. Revised Pennsylvania German Dictionary: English to Pennsylvania Dutch by C. Richard Beam Each English word in the dictionary is listed with its Pa. German translation, various uses of the word, and occasionally a sentence using the word or phrase in both languages to clarify the meaning. (212pp. illus. Center for Pa. German Studies, 1994.) $9.95 2487. Rhyme Doesn't Pay by Gordon T. Sprunger Collection of humorous and inspirational poems-- heartwarming and educational. The pun-loving poet is in his eighties and has a way with words that must be shared with others. The rhymes will make you laugh and enjoy life in a more exciting way. (72pp. Author, 1997, revised 2001.) $5.95 754. Rural Recreation: The Traditional Adult Game of Cornerball Plus Country Schools and Their Recess Games edited by John B. Kline The historical background and rules of cornerball begins this book that covers recreation (games like marbles, fox and geese, several kinds of tag, "Hund un Haas," etc.) in one-room schools during the 190s. Drawings and photos illustrate game diagrams. (61pp. illus. Compiler, 1990.) $8.50 2321. The Russians' Secret by Peter Hoover with Serguei Petrov What Christians today would survive persecution?

Reading this book about Russia's "underground" believers will assure you that if you are a typical Western Christian, you will never face persecution. You will never have to be a real martyr for Christ. Only if you are not typical--if you choose to be a "weed that floats upstream"--you may want to know the secret by which Russian Christianity survived through a thousand years of suffering. (247pp. Scroll Pub., 1999.) $11.00 2524. Sauer's Herbal Cures translated by William Woys Weaver Subtitled "America's First Book of Botanic Healing, 176-1778," this book was assembled by Pa. apothecary and printer, Christopher Sauer (171-178), and is the very first American herbal. As a system of botanical medicine cures and remedies based on the use of herbs, this book is rooted in the medical thinking of the late Middle Ages and Renaissance, yet in its own unique way, it forms a bridge between that era and colonial America. (400pp. illus. index. hardcover. Routledge, 2001.) $37.50 335. Scherenschnitte: Traditional Papercutting by Claudia Hopf Reminiscent of the Pennsylvania Germans, includes a short history, the many uses, instructions for creating, and old patterns to copy. (32pp. illus. Applied Arts Pub., 1987.) $3.50 3127. School and Church Program Ideas for the Whole Year by Iris Gray Dowling This book of rhymes, readings, programs, and drama sketches are for use in school and church programs. Simple rhymes and longer dramas will delight the audience while the gospel message and purpose for life shines through. (218pp. illus. Author, 2006.) $12.95 2676. School Days One-room schoolhouses are delightfully described in this book from giving the Pledge of Allegiance to the Palmer Method for handwriting to Dick and Jane. Chapter titles include "Getting to and From School," "The Three R's . . .," "My Most Embarrassing Moments in School," "Hijinks and Discipline," and more. (162pp. illus. H.C. Reiman Pubs., 2000.) $14.95 1567. Selections From the Chronicle: The Fascinating World of Early Tools and Trades edited by Emil Pollak and Martyl Pollak Fifty-five informative articles on early tools and trades, selected from the journal of the Early American Industries Assn. cover a wide variety of subjects including lumber rafting down the Delaware in 1896, America's largest toolstore, making horsehair sieves, harvesting ice, building a home in 181, nail making in early Va., etc. (407pp. illus. index. hardcover. dust jacket. Astragal Press, 1991.) $24.95 2135. A Simple Christmas by Alice Chapin In the tradition of the More-with-Less Cookbook, this exciting book offers hundreds of ways to bring Christ and joy back into Christmas. Readers will discover how to keep the spiritual heart in the holidays, involve the whole family in activities and events, and overcome holiday blues along with many other valuable insights into how to find the real Christmas. (256pp. Herald Press, 1998.) $14.99 2789. A Song To Be Sung by The Table Singers "Best of the Table Singers" CD with old favorite hymns like O, For a Thousand Tongues to Sing, Alleluia Sing to Jesus, Wonderful Grace of Jesus, She Only Touched the Hem, When Peace Like a River, People of the Living God, When My Life Work is Ended . . . (CD. Harmonies Workshop, 2003.) $11.95 2620. The Storm Gathering; The Penn Family and the American Revolution by Lorett Treese Based on Penn family papers, this book tells the story of William Penn's heirs and their precarious ownership of Pa. in the 18th century. Focusing on Thomas and John Penn, the last two proprietors, the author recounts the struggles they faced with the Paxton Boys and the Indians on the frontier, Benjamin Franklin's drive to establish a royal colony in the legislature, and finally, the growing rift which would lead to the Rev. (256pp. illus. Stackpole Books, 2002.) $16.95

2216. Swiss Festivals in North America: A Resource Guide by Donald G. Tritt In addition to describing festivals in the United States and Canada which celebrate Swiss culture and traditions, this book acquaints the reader with the meaning of many Swiss customs. Resources are also given to create festivals of Swiss heritage. (197pp. illus. index. Swiss-Am. Hist. Soc., 1999.) $15.95 3001. Testing the Spirits; A Handbook for Applying I John 4 by J. Edward Kurtz This book provides practical teaching on how to test spirits and gives examples of spirits being tested by explaining the I John passage in the New Testament. (44pp. Author, 2005.) $9.00 2669. This Old Barn by Michael Dregni Tales of the variety of barns and their roles in farming are complimented by colorful paintings, photos, and art work. (144pp. illus. hardcover. Voyager Press, 2002.) $19.95 2252. This Old Farm: A Treasury of Family Farm Memories edited by Michael Dregni Filled with wonderful, heartwarming stories, essays, and great photography and artwork recounting life on the family farm, the glorious contemporary content is sure to evoke memories of days spent on the farm. (160pp. illus. Voyageur Press, 1999.) $16.95 2168. This Old Tractor: A Treasury of Vintage Tractors and Family Farm Memories edited by Michael Dregni Part family nostalgia, part reminiscences about faithful old tractors, This Old Tractor is chock-full of endearing pieces enhanced by a variety of paintings, cartoons, historical photos, and full-color photos. Tractor buffs, anyone interested in farming, or anyone who grew up on a farm will cherish this collection devoted to the classic farm tractor. (160pp. illus. Voyageur Press, 1998.) $16.95 339. Tinware: Yesterday and Today by Elmer L. Smith Over 100 illustrations from museums and private collections with pictures and story of a modern craftsman working in his shop. (40pp. Applied Arts Publishers, 1983.) $3.50 3017. To the Latest Posterity; Pennsylvania-German Family Registers in the Fraktur Tradition by Corinne and Russell Earnest Traces the history of Pa.-German family registers made from 170 to the present. Used to document marriages, offspring, and other family data, these registers also incorporate hand-illuminated decorative art. Includes a comprehensive glossary. (192pp. illus. index. hardcover. Russell D. Earnest Assoc., 2005.) $45.00 1040. Tools and Gadgets by Bobbie Kalman Learn about the tools used by farmers, millers, woodworkers, metalworkers, and printers and take a close look at the gadgets found in the home, general store, doctor's office, and farm used in years past. (32pp. index. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1992.) $7.95 338. Toys: Delights From the Past by Ward Kimball Picturing the ingenuity of early day toy manufacturers in entertaining the young--the antique examples of paper, wood, tin, and cast iron. Delightful trip through childhood memories, illustrations from rare collections. (32pp. Applied Arts Publishers, 1983.) $3.50 1941. Two Basins and a Rainbow by Anne Mull Anne Mull shares an inspirational collection of her poems on home and family, beauties of nature, wonders of God's work, including a variety of Christmas poems. (104pp. illus. Author, 1997.) $9.50 1116. The Vanishing American Barber Shop by Ronald S. Barlow Comprehensive book on the history of professional shaving and haircutting, scores of photos and hundreds of illustrations which is both educational and entertaining. Extensive listing of old-time occupational shaving mugs, which are currently selling for up to $,000 each. (224pp. illus. Windmill Pub. Co., 1993.) $19.95

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1171. The Very First Americans by Cara Ashrose From the Makah who set out in canoes to hunt whales to the Commanche who chased buffalo on horseback . . . here is a fascinating look at how the first Americans lived. Beautiful watercolor paintings accurately depict clothing, dwellings, tools, and other Native American artifacts. (32pp. illus. Grosset & Dunlap, 1993.) $3.49 2783. Unity and Diversity; Atlantic Coast Conference of Mennonite Church USA, 1878-2003 by John H. Rudy This history of Atlantic Coast Conference of Mennonite Church USA covers the past years of its existence. Most churches are in Pa., N.Y., Mass., and Md. (84pp. Author, 2003.) $7.00 1801. Victorian Christmas by Bobbie Kalman and Barbara Bedell Christmas cards, traditions, food, and Santas are included here as well as the Christmas tree, ornaments, and even make-your-own decorations. Read about first-footing, wassailing, caroling, parties . . . (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1997.) $7.95 1041. Victorian Houseware, Hardware, and Kitchenware by Ronald S. Barlow A giant price guide of the house furnishings, hardware, and farm tools of our gt-grandparents. You will be amazed at the variety of material goods that surrounded our Victorian ancestors--brass birdcages, wind-up fly fans, string holders, nutmeg graters. ... (376pp. illus. Windmill Pub. Co., 1992.) $19.95 2253. Vintage Ford Tractors by Robert N. Pripps Vintage Ford Tractors is the ultimate tribute to classic Fordson, Ford, Ferguson, and New Holland tractors, packed with colorful anecdotes, in-depth histories, and more than 10 outstanding color photographs, historical ads, brochures, and black-and-white illustrations. This is a book for collectors, historians, and tractor enthusiasts that provides a detailed history of one of the most famous and prolific makes of farm tractors. (160pp. illus. index. hardcover with jacket. Voyageur Press, Inc., 1997.) $29.95 3033. Visiting the Land of Our Ancestors; The 2005 European Heritage Tour Join the September 00 European Heritage Tour led by Lemar and Lois Ann Mast in this illustrated journal. Tour participants visited their ancestral towns in Germany, France, and Switzerland, as well as many Anabaptist historical sites to learn more of our European heritage. (30pp. illus. Masthof Press, 2005.) $6.00 1575. Water Boy Gedichde--The Life and Poetry of Edwin Gehman Weber edited by Ruth Ann Weber Hollinger Descriptive stories about life in the early 1900s are set to verse in both Pennsylvania German and English, many interspersed with anecdotes of family life, Gehman family history, the story of Ed Weber's life (married three times with sixteen children), and sketches by family members. Pictures of family and three old pictures of Bowmansville, Gehman, and Alleghany Mennonite Meetinghouses. (268pp. illus. hardcover. Author, 1995.) $8.50 1729. "We Made Our Own Fun!" Hundreds of stories look back to a time when imaginations soared . . . and kids were never bored. It is a grand and glorious celebration of the days when fun was something you made--not something you bought . . . or waited to happen to you. Written by readers of Reminisce, this book is chockfull of true stories sure to make readers laugh. . . or put a lump in their throats. (162pp. illus. hardcover. Reminisce Books, 1995.) $16.95 2680. We Remember the Fabulous '50s Ducktail haircuts and poodle skirts, Lucy and Lassie and Howdy Doody, Tbirds and '57 Chevys, first jobs and atomic bombs, simple pleasures like roller skating, a drive-in theatre, music, more music, more louder music, a $100 wedding for 00 guests, a hospital bill for $63.95 for a first baby--all in the 1950s when life was much simpler to grow up and start a family. (162pp. illus. hardcover. H.C. Reiman Pubs., 2000.) $16.95)

2491. What People Wore: 1,800 Illustrations From Ancient Times to the Early Twentieth Century by Douglas Gorsline Spanning nearly ,000 years of clothing styles, this splendid sourcebook presents a fascinating panorama of wearing apparel, beginning with the ancient Egyptians and continuing through the early decades of the 0th century. Over 1,800 drawings depict garments ranging from gowns of Egyptian royalty, ornate robes of Byzantine dignitaries, and elegant dresses worn by 18th century Parisians, to picturesque outfits of American frontiersmen and the 1920s American flapper. (269pp. illus. Dover Publications, Inc., 1980.) $14.95 2681. When the Banks Closed, We Opened Our Hearts Hundreds of personal memories and photos of the Great Depression when families drew closer together and refused to allow the tough times defeat them. (162pp. illus. hardcover. H.C. Reiman Pubs., 1999.) $14.95 3124. Where Do I Go From HEAR? Growing Spiritually Step by Step by Laurette Connelly and Veda Boyd Do you desire to grow step-bystep in your personal relationship with Jesus? This book reveals the joy and pain of this goal and is sprinkled with humorous and serious true experiences of the authors. It reveals an urgency to make one's life count for Jesus as we learn to know Him more intimately. (181pp. Masthof Press, 2006.) $11.99 930. The Whole Craft of Spinning, From the Raw Materials to the Finished Yarn by Carol Kroll The ancient craft of spinning is becoming increasingly popular with today's modern craft enthusiasts as it provides a method of creating unique, personal, and unusual yarns that can be used today. In this well-illustrated book, you will learn how to master this timeless craft through easy-to-follow directions. (48pp. illus. Dover, 1981.) $3.95 2041. Why Johnny Can't Doesn't Behave by James M. Drescher A folksy and practical parenting guidebook for children's needs and parents' concerns associated with behavior. The "Family Guide to The Juvenile Justice System" answers questions about police, juvenile law, juvenile court, etc. This comprehensive book is useful for youth workers, parents, and anyone involved with youth. (87pp. illus. Author, 1998.) $9.95 2937. With Wings as Eagles by Glenn R. Cordell A fifty-year history of an East African mission school-- Rosslyn Academy, Nairobi, Kenya, from 198-1998. (64pp. illus. Fulton Co. News, 1999.) $8.50 1313. Women's Diaries of the Westward Journey by Lillian Schlissel More than a quarter of a million Americans crossed the continental U.S. between 180 and 1870, and the westering experiences of American women are central to an accurate picture of what life was like on the frontier. (278pp. illus. Schocken Books, 1992.) $14.00 342. Wood Carving Yesterday and Today in America Age-old tradition and contemporary craft. Never-before-published photographs of carvings, engravings, and "turning." (32pp. Applied Arts Publishers, 1976.) $3.50 1946. The Writer's Guide to Everyday Life in Colonial America by Dale Taylor You will need this reliable reference book when writing about Colonial America, 1607-1783. In it you will find characteristics of each colonial region, what colonists ate, events leading up to the Revolution, and a time line. Topics include family life, fashions, earning a living, government, . . . (296pp. illus. Writer's Digest Books, 1997.) $14.99

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1912. The Book of Family Fun Discover kid-tested, parent-proven ideas for indoor and outdoor activities, family travel, and celebrations of all kinds from people just like you and from well-known Christian authors. Creative and economical. (206pp. illus. Barbour Books, 1995.) $4.97 1913. The Book of Myself: A Do-It-Yourself Autobiography in 201 Questions by Carl and David Marshall Create your own autobiography in this keepsake volume with 01 questions to guide you through the process of keeping memories on subjects such as family and friends, learning and education, work and responsibilities, and the world around you. (205pp. illus. hardcover. Hyperion, 1997.) $15.95 1438. A Book of Your Own: Keeping a Diary or Journal by Carla Stevens This book shares from the journals of well-known persons such as Beatrix Potter, Anne Frank, Louisa May Alcott, Henry David Thoreau, and Theodore Roosevelt and others. The author tells all you need to know about starting a diary or journal, what form it might take, how often to record, and what things you may want to record. (112pp. Houghton Mifflin Co., 1993.) $7.95 803. Celebrating the Family: Steps to Planning a Family Reunion by Vandella Brown Vivid yet practical steps to organize a family celebration that will live for years in the memory of all who attend. Step-by-step guidelines are given on how to choose the proper time and place for a reunion, develop a mailing list and contact kin, locate resources and estimate costs, plan activities and a menu, . . . (64pp. Ancestry, 1991.) $9.95 2335. Crafting Your Own Heritage Album by Bev Kirschner Braun Beginner or expert, what a great way to preserve your family's cherished photos, documents, and memorabilia for generations to come. The special section that explains the basics of genealogical research will help you to explore your ancestral roots and create your own unique family tree. Contains actual examples of charts, photos, and documents. (128pp. illus. index. Betterway Books, 2000.) $23.99 2113. Creating Family Newsletters by Elaine Floyd Here are more than 1 hand-crafted to computergenerated ideas for sharing memorable moments with family and friends through paper and electronic newsletters. See how to get organized and collect stories, create a newsletter without writing a word, reach friends the world over with e-mail and web sites, find free templates and clip art online, create a newsletter in minutes! (122pp. illus. index. Writer's Digest Books, 1998.) $19.99 1782. The Essential Grandparent: A Guide to Making a Difference by Dr. Lillian Carson One in every six people in the U.S. is a grandparent, but there is no ritual of celebration for such a big life passage and no instruction manual for being a grandparent. This is a comprehensive guide using anecdotes, quotes, and exercises. (226pp. Health Communications, Inc., 1996.) $10.95 2658. Family Archaeology: Discovering the Family Skeleton and Making It Dance by Freya Ottem Hanson This book challenges the researcher to unearth more about your ancestry by providing practical clues to pursue. Learn about nationality and other ethnic ties, discover the importance of your name, take note of religious preferences, find out about citizenship and what it means, track down military experiences, identify causes that matter to you and your family, and rediscover ethnic traditions that have shaped your family. (114pp. Heritage Books, 2002.) $17.00 412. Family Diseases: Are You At Risk? by Myra Vanderpool Gormley For you and everyone in your family, this book examines genetic diseases and whether you may be at risk.

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It explores your mental and behavior roots, and clearly helps you make your very own family health tree. (182pp. illus. Clearfield Co., 2002 reprint.) $19.95 2049. Family Documents: What They Are, Where They Are by Walter and Esther Dueck Designed to be the main information center for a person's family documents to provide essential information to future reference. The data recorded here will be important not only to the person who completes it, but also to the family and executors who read it and need it. Organize and keep track of all your money matters. (53pp. Waterside House Pub., 1997.) $7.25 2116. Family-Focused: A Step-by-Step Guide to Writing Your Autobiography and Family History by Janice T. Dixon, Ph.D. The author generously shares her friendly, down-toearth advice in this remarkable guide on how to write personal histories, family histories, and journals. She also presents ideas for your photograph albums, and how to polish and publish your writing. (350pp. hardcover. Heritage Quest, 1998.) $19.95 2307. The Family Hand-Me-Down Book by Debbie Trafton O'Neal A delightful, colorful book of games, activities, and ideas designed to build, capture, and preserve your family treasures for now and for the future! Includes a "family history" quilt, Grandma's favorite recipe book, a picture history wall, growing a family tree, hand-medown holiday traditions, family picture calendar, time capsule, real scrapbooks, family fact games, spiritual histories, "theme" family reunions, art throughout the generations, and Grandpa's household tips. (96pp. Augsburg Books, 2000.) $12.99 1819. Family History Logbook: A Timeline Journal From 1900 to 2000 With Year-By-Year Historical Milestones to Record Your Family's Most Important Experiences by Reinhard Klein This unique logbook lets genealogists record personal histories within the richer context of the nation's collective past. A two-page spread for each year divides the space into three sections. Historical context section lists national events and popular culture. The Catalog of Sources allows genealogists to catalog the references they use--photo albums, diaries, or letters. (224pp. Betterway Books, 1996.) $16.99 899. Family Reunion Organizer by Emma J. Wisdom Your three-year-in-one reunion notebook contains monthly calendars, planning suggestions, quotations, 1-800-source telephone numbers, and space for notes. Here is all the information you need to organize the details of a family reunion including a ceremony honoring your relatives with military experience. (85pp. Post Oak Pubs., 1992.) $12.75 1270. Family Reunion Resource Directory: Suppliers, Products, and Services by Emma J. Wisdom This slim guide provides a wealth of information compiled to help plan the best possible family reunion without the usual frustrations. Over 100 contacts to help organizers pull off a reunion with flair. Not all of the resources are suitable for everyone, but they are worth checking. Most listings cost under $.00 with many free for the asking. (16pp. Post Oak Publications.) $5.95 2270. Family: The Real Measure of Success by Tim and Beverly LaHaye This book examines the biblical framework for raising God-fearing children. Using wisdom from Proverbs and other Bible references, Dr. and Mrs. LaHaye give down-to-earth advice for cultivating a family that isn't like the world. (90pp. illus. hardcover with dust jacket. New Leaf Press, 1998.) $9.95 1215. Family Traditions: Celebration for Holidays and Everyday by Elizabeth Berg Here are hundreds of ideas for special celebrations that help turn family times into great times. Creative perspectives are offered for holidays. Special boxed sections feature simple recipes, easy-to-make crafts, games, hints, and insights. (287pp. illus. index. hardcover with dust jacket. Reader's Digest Assn., 1992.) $22.00

2152. Family Traditions--289 Things to Do Again and Again by Caryl Waller Krueger Ideas to create traditions, discard boring traditions, everyday traditions that make weekdays enjoyable, traditions that cultivate good values, traditions that are truly fun, and much more. This book will inspire you to create traditions that will be yours and yours alone. (131pp. index. Abingdon Press, 1998.) $13.00 1917. The Family Treasury of Great Holiday Ideas Hundreds of ideas to help you make the most of the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays, including contributions from today's most popular Christian authors. Enjoy holiday traditions, recipes, stories, activities--hundreds of ideas to help make the most of the holidays. (260pp. illus. Barbour Books, 1997.) $4.97 2593. Family Tree Puzzle Need a fun project for the whole family? Try this! A 1,000-piece picture puzzle is the beginning of the project. Puzzle is a full-color picture of a green-foliage tree with landscape. When it is completed, you can add your family's names and photos to stick-on labels and you have a personalized keepsake of your family heritage. Puzzle glue, stick-on labels, and instructions are included. Completed size is " x 0". (1,000 pieces. White Mountain Puzzles, 2001.) $16.95 1547. Fantastic Family Gatherings: Tried and True Ideas for Large and Small Family Reunions by Kathy Smith Anthenat A comprehensive how-to book on family reunions written after over 400 families were interviewed to find out how they organize their reunions, what activities have worked for them. (198pp. illus. spiral. Heritage Books, Inc., 1995.) $32.50 1217. For My Child: An Album of Family Memories from Parent to Child by Karen Maloof A beautiful fill-in-the-blanks book with colorful artwork on: our family tree, when father was young, you were born, grade school memories, high school memories, family vacations, neighbors and friends, holidays, and much more. Room for photos or mementos. (illus. hardcover. Ideals Child. Books, 1994.) $17.95 1447. For My Mother: An Album of Memories This elegant record book offers a chance to say "thank you" to the most special woman in your life. Beautifully designed pages provide space for even children to record favorite memories and recollections. (48pp. hardcover. Ideals Children's Bks, 1995.) $17.95 2237. Freedom Fences: How to Set Limits That Free You to Enjoy Your Marriage and Family by Gerald W. Kaufman, L. Marlene Kaufman, Anne Kaufman Weaver, and Nina Kaufman Harnish Freedom Fences is one of those books that say the things you've thought but never put into words offering faith-oriented spiritual insights on how freedom and covenant bring balance and joy to ordinary individuals, couples, families, and congregations. (260pp. Herald Press, 1999.) $13.99 1751. Fun and Games for Family Gatherings by Adrienne Anderson Excellent resource book to help plan family reunions and other events that call for games, activities, and good ideas for having fun. Hundreds of games are grouped according to the age of participants, activity level, number of participants, etc. Talent shows, skits, programs, and bake sales are outlined. Also ways to generate interest for all age groups, including tags, contests, prizes, awards, scrapbooks, photo displays, . . . (134pp. index. Reunion Research, 1996.) $12.99 2950. Fun With Family Photos by Jennifer Barry For everyone whose precious family photos have been gathering dust in a ho-hum photo album, here is an inspiring guide to create gifts and keepsakes for family and friends. This book offers an array of inventive ideas for honoring your special family memories with cards, announcements, invitations, albums, etc. (112pp. Ten Speed Press, 2004.) $15.95 2154. Funny, You Don't Look Like a Grandmother by Lois Wyse Practical book offers a whimsical and wise look at the

experiences of the modern-day grandmother, offering humorous advice on how to help parent children, when to butt in and out of their affairs, and tips on careers and family life. (illus. Avon, 1990.) $10.95 853. A Gift From Grandma: "Our Family" As Grandma Remembers by George Allerton A beautiful means of recording your family history, including items that will be of interest to the descendants of "Grandma" besides births and deaths. The Family, Ancestral, and Forward Lineage Charts provide space to record each family member and some of the dates concerning their lives. The book can be passed on to family members. (127pp. Associated Specialties Co., 1990.) $8.95 2559. The Gift of Grandparenting: Building Meaningful Relationships With Your Grandchildren by Eric Wiggin This book covers relationships with grandchildren from newborn to college age and young married life. Wiggins, throughout the book, points to the chief role of grandparents, that of supporting, listening, loving, and praying with and for grandchildren. (308pp. Tyndale House Pub., 2001.) $12.99 1090. Grandfather Remembers: Memories for My Grandchild by Judith Levy A fill-in-the-blanks book for Grandfather to record his life's story for his descendants to enjoy. In addition to a family tree, there are pages to complete on childhood years, holiday traditions, marriage, travel, feelings, the future, mementos, and more. A suitable gift with beautiful illustrations for a new grandfather. (64pp. hardcover. HarperCollins Pub., 1986.) $18.95 854. Grandmother Remembers: A Written Heirloom For My Grandchild by Judith Levy Exquisitely illustrated in full color throughout, this book is ready for Grandmother to complete, as she tells her life story to a grandchild. Adding family photos will also enhance the story. (64pp. hardcover. Stewart, Tabori, & Chang, 1983.) $18.95 907. A Grandparent's Book: Answers to a Grandchild's Questions by Milton Kamen When completed, this book will contain information about you that your grandchild will someday consider priceless. By writing your direct, simple answers to the questions asked, you will create a lasting history of yourself and family. Questions relate to the following areas: youth, friends, work, travel, marriage, favorite things, holidays and traditions, hobbies, history, . . . (143pp. hardcover. HP Books, 1987.) $14.95 1453. Grandparents are Forever by Carolyn Gutowski Grandparents leave a legacy to their grandchildren, experiences from their past that make them the people they are and influence their interaction with their grandchildren. This book helps grandparents upgrade and strengthen such a legacy. The book is organized around five themes: grandparents as nurturers, family historians, mentors, models of aging, and sages. (176pp. Paulist Press, 1994.) $9.95 2089. Hugs for Grandparents by Dr. Larry Keefauver Someone you know needs a hug today--it may even be you! In the pages of this book, you'll find a great many hugs that express the warmest feelings of love and admiration. Dr. Keefauver's grandfatherly love and life experience shine through his delightful stories and inspirational messages. Share a hug that will bless for a lifetime. (112pp. illus. hardcover with dust jacket. Howard Publishing Co., Inc., 1998.) $11.99 1504. Ideas for Families by Phyllis Pellman Good and Merle Good A collection of joyful and family-building activities to do with children. Resources for routine days, moments of celebration, and troublesome matters like managing TV and allowances in this book of specific practices and traditions gathered from parents. (252pp. Good Books, 1992.) $9.95 1809. It Takes a Family: How to Create Hope and Celebrate Your Future by Al Hartley

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Written with wit and charm, this book excitedly shares how a family is truly a gift from God. A gift that is meant to be treasured, nurtured, and preserved despite today's social, economic, and political climate. A gift that is meant to keep giving from generation to generation, through the love of God and the earnest prayers of family members. (160pp. illus. hardcover with jacket. Barbour & Co., 1996.) $14.95 1507. The Joy of Grandparenting by Audrey Sherins and Joan Holleman What a thoughtful gift to give grandparents! Full of delightful observations and thoughtful encouragement to inspire grandparents and bring smiles to their faces. (105pp. illus. Meadowbrook Press, 1995.) $7.00 1227. Keeping Family Stories Alive: Discovering & Recording the Stories & Reflections of a Lifetime by Vera Rosenbluth This expanded second edition has chapters on audioand videotaping interviews, preserving tapes, family stories and genealogy, oral history in the classroom, preparing for interviews, excerpts from some interviews, and some suggested interview questions. Learn about uses of life stories outside the family. (232pp. index. Hartley & Marks Pub., 1997.) $19.95 1875. Kids and Kin: The Family History Vacation That Involves Kids, Number 1 by Patricia Suter and Corinne Earnest Your family field trip can be more than a vacation. It can become a way to research your family history that involves the entire family, no matter what their ages. This book will stimulate interest in genealogy among children showing how to have fun while making basic trip preparations, playing travel games, doing library research, learning while visiting relatives, traveling overseas, and returning home. (87pp. illus. Russell D. Earnest Assoc., 1997.) $10.00 1712. A Lifetime of Celebrations with Food Food makes every gathering a celebration. Recall the foods and friends who shared those special times of your life--not only Thanksgiving, but special cakes, weddings, picnics, Super Bowl, post-recital, showers, potluck dinners, church suppers, foreign trips, etc. Include stories, recipes, guests/autographs, and/or photos in this unique journal. (160pp. spiral. ApronStrings, 1995.) $9.95 1713. A Lifetime of Homes A fill-in-the-blanks book. Has your lifetime been punctuated by a series of moves called adventures? What was unique about each location? What was the neighborhood like? Record your photos and stories of each of your homes in this journal. (160pp. spiral. ApronStrings, 1995.) $9.95 1759. Little Things Mean a Lot: Creating Happy Memories With Your Grandchildren by Susan Newman Hundreds of creative ideas guide grandparents in building meaningful, close relationships with their grandchildren. Give your grandchild a stuffed animal, etc., that belonged to a parent; e-mail or fax messages, riddles, or short messages; make up stories in which your grandchild is the central figure; etc. (120pp. illus. hardcover with full-color jacket. Crown Publishers, 1996). $14.00 1667. Love, From Grandma by Becky Amble It's like having a portable grandma. Grandmothers from around the nation lovingly share advice here to help a younger generation find encouragement and direction in life. Illustrates the delightful warmth of home and grandmothers. A gift book. (144pp. illus. Garborg's, 1994.) $9.99 1932. The Mom & Dad Conversation Piece by Bret Nicholaus and Paul Lowrie Hundreds of creative questions for parents and kids-- the perfect fun and humorous way for your family to express their love and appreciation for one another. (114pp. illus. hardcover. Ballantine, 1997.) $10.00 2160. More Than Memories II; Beyond the Basics edited by Julie Stephani Scrapbook experts share new and creative exciting techniques to record your memories. It goes beyond the

basics to include step-by-step instructions. (128pp. illus. Krause Pubs., 1999.) $16.95 1354. A Mother's Journal: A Collection of Family Memories by Mary Engelbreit and Catherine Hoesterey Colorfully-illustrated pages provide space for Mother to tell her life's story by filling in the blanks. As she completes the printed sentences, Mother's thoughts, actions, goals, and dreams throughout her life and her child's life will be shared with her child. (68pp. illus. hardcover. Andrews, 1993.) $12.95 868. My Backyard History Book by David Weitzman Filled with projects to do concerning your family history and community history, with examples like making a birthday time capsule, interviewing grandparents, finding history in the yellow pages and in the cemetery, and learning how to do tombstone rubbings. (127pp. Little, Brown, and Co., 1975.) $12.95 822. My Family Tree Workbook: Genealogy for Beginners by Rosemary Chorzempa This illustrated workbook enables beginning genealogists--including children--to take the first steps in discovering their family tree. There is space to document your family history (including photos) on yourself, parents, and other relatives. A great gift! (57pp. illus. Dover, 1982.) $3.95 2094. Our Family Diary: A Keepsake Diary for the Entire Family by Russell D. Earnest, Jr. Write your family history as you live it! Unlike most diaries, Our Family Diary urges participation from the entire family--including the immediate family, extended family, even neighbors and friends. Numerous ideas for you to write about are given to help you create family history as you live it so that you and your family (even young children) don't become just one more anonymous ancestor. (128pp. illus. Russell D. Earnest Assoc., 1998.) $10.00 2757. Our Family Scrapbook: Inspirational Ideas for Preserving Favorite Photos and Treasured Keepsakes by Paula Woods This guide to scrapbooking offers layout advice, professional tips on how to crop and group photos, create before-and-after pages, preserve memories from special occasions, build a family tree, and how to repair and preserve photos. (64pp. illus. hardcover. Reader's Digest, 2003.) $30.00 2512. Parents and Grandparents as Spiritual Guides: Nurturing Children of the Promise by Betty Shannon Cloyd A sensitive and practical guide with common-sense suggestions for parents or grandparents who want their children to grow in the faith--to guide their children and grandchildren to walk with God . . . to talk with God . . . and to make a place in their hearts for God. (176pp. Upper Room Books, 2000.) $13.00 2578. Pioneer Days: Discover the Past With Fun Projects, Games, Activities, and Recipes by David C. King Filled with interesting bits of historical information and fun facts about growing up in the American frontier in 18. Recipes include spoon bread, apple butter, strawberry shrub, johnnycakes, etc. Learn how to make beanbag target game, a thaumatrope, a cricket thermometer, holiday gifts and ornaments, a Canadian goose whirligig, cornhusk dolls, and more. (118pp. illus. index. John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1997.) $12.95 2798. Poems For Grandmother; A Tapestry of Love art by Glenda Puhek Delightful poems that will touch you or a grandma. Divided into sections: Grandmother is . . . .; Grandmother's Home; Grandmother's Garden; and Memories Shared. (88pp. illus. Ideals Pubs., 2001.) $9.95 2618. Poems for Seasons of Life by Rhoda J. Mellinger The author has used her love of rhyme to reflectively write for numerous friends and family ranging from the

very young to senior adults. You will be able to relate to these poems if you experienced school life within the walls of a one-room schoolhouse. (120pp. Author, 2002.) $6.95 2727. Prayers from a Grandma's Heart by Quin Sherer This book is written for Christian grandmothers and shows them how to pray for God's blessings and promises for their grandchildren. Includes stories of encouragement that show how prayer can change lives. (176pp. illus. hardcover. Zondervan, 2001.) $12.99 1846. Reaching Back: A Workbook for Recording Your Life's Most Meaningful Moments to Share With Future Generations by Alice Chapin With this easy-to-use keepsake, readers will discover and record their family's history. Included is an extensive list of questions to ask relatives or oneself. Contains chapters on sharing personal growth and recording life's ups and downs; pages for pasting in photos; space for family recipes, stories, and the whereabouts of family heirlooms; and family trees. (152pp. Betterway Books, 1997.) $14.99 2730. Remembering Your Story; Creating Your Own Spiritual Autobiography by Richard Morgan Best-selling author, workshop and retreat leader offers readers of all ages a way to create their own spiritual autobiographies. This resource leads through ten weeks of study that include Life Stories, Reclaiming Childhood Stories, Family Relationships, Stories that Connect the Generations, Healing of Memories--all to help you write your autobiography. (174pp. Upper Room Books, 2002.) $12.00 1402. Reunions for Fun-Loving Families by Nancy Funke Bagley Discover how five families plan their get-togethers, how to offset the high costs, how to contact the relatives, how to plan activities for all ages. Chapters include Real People, Real Reunions; You Have To Start Somewhere; Timing; Themes; Let's Do It Again. (125pp. index. Brighton Pub., 1994.) $9.95 2398. Start Your Own Newsletter From Scratch by Jim Terhune This is an A to Z guide for launching a family newsletter, whether the focus is on genealogy, reunions, or related topics. Consider matters of cost of equipment copying, and mailing expenses. The book then guides you through the stages of newsletter editing. Most of the book addresses what to include in the newsletter--genealogical tidbits, stories from county histories and old newspaper files, stories garnered from family members, and how to depict it by varying the fonts, etc. (54+pp. Clearfield Co., Inc., 2000.) $15.00 2432. That Reminds Me: Family Story-Starters for Passing on the Faith by Jean Brown Eittreim How can parents and grandparents pass on faith, history, and values to children? They can tell stories--personal faith stories--to those they love. The author suggests creative ways to build stories into every family's life and offers 00 exciting story-starters--one for each occasion throughout the year. (156pp. Augsburg, 1998.) $10.99 1901. 303 Great Ideas For Families (Most Cost Less Than 99¢!) by Phyllis Pellman Good and Merle Good What can a family do together--and spend less than 99¢? Here, in the words of those who devised and then practiced these activities, are dozens of ways to have fun together, to keep traditions, to tackle work projects without wearing out the helpers--all for a little outlay of money. (96pp. Good Books, 1997.) $6.95 1852. Timeless Treasures: The Charm and Romance of Treasured Memories by Emilie Barnes Explore the gentle art of memory with this inspiring gift book. Barnes offers warm vignettes on collecting and displaying family heirlooms, discovering treasures you already own, leaving treasures for coming generations, and recording oral histories. (80pp. illus. hardcover. Harvest House, 1996.) $15.99 2035. To My Child: A Mother's Journal by Sandra Kuck

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Here is a beautiful way to help mothers create their own book of family memories. Artist Sandra Kuck's romantic images of mothers and children surrounded by floral borders perfectly complement the parents' personal expression of love for their child, their hopes and dreams, and their words of encouragement. (80pp. illus. hardcover. Harvest House, 1997.) $19.99 2036. To Our Children's Children; Preserving Family Histories for Generations to Come by Bob Greene and D. G. Fulford Overflowing with questions on a variety of subjects to get you started writing: your family and ancestry, house where you grew up, childhood/neighborhood, school, holidays, celebrations, military, entertainment, careers, romance and relationships, parenthood, food, moments from your adult life, politics, your community, your house now, everyday life, habits, . . . (212pp. hardcover, jacket. Doubleday, 1993.) $17.95 1165. We Celebrate Family Days by Bobbie Kalman Families are special. They come in different combinations and sizes, but they all share special days. Experience the family days we know so well such as birthdays, mother's and father's days. Learn about the name days in Europe, boys' and girls' day in Japan, and colorful weddings in India. (32pp. illus. Crabtree Pub. Co., 1986.) $8.95 1373. When Families Made Memories Together Short, easy-to-read stories from people who recall the early days of growing up with all the relatives near, and how wonderfully close our families once were. Contains hundreds of rare photos from personal family albums. A great gift or "coffee-table" book. (160pp. illus. hardcover. Reiman, 1994.) $14.95 2547. Wilderness Living by Gregory J. Davenport Living, not just surviving, by choice in the wild can be a rewarding experience. This easy-to-use guide looks beyond the fundamentals of survival and examines the art of living long term in the wilderness. Hunting techniques, meat preservation, clothing improvisations, shelter designs, and tool and basket making are just a few of the basic skills described. (256pp. Stackpole Books, 2001.) $16.95 2184. Writing Family Histories and Memoirs by Kirk Polking From conducting solid research to writing a compelling book, this guide helps readers recreate the past: getting started, what topics to include, how to find the facts, that important first chapter, avoiding middle-book sag, and considering publishing options. Writing samples, a genealogical chart, a publication consent form, . . . (250pp. Betterway Books, 1995.) $14.99 1413. You're Only Old Once by Dr. Seuss A book for obsolete children. If laughter is the best medicine, then this book is a delightful new defense against aging. Anyone who has had a battery of medical tests will sympathize with Dr. Seuss' wry book. (illus. hardcover. Random House, Inc., 1986.) $19.95 201. Your Life and Times, How to Put a Story on Tape by Stephen and Julia Arthur What would it be like to hear the voices of your greatgrandparents speaking to you, telling you of their own lives and times? Your children and grandchildren will have this opportunity, thanks to this book. This guide, filled with questions to spark your memory, will lead you step by step through your life. (50pp. Gen. Pub. Co., 1997.) $8.95 1480. Your Story: A Writing Guide for Genealogists by Carla Jean Eardley Learn how to turn your genealogical research into compelling stories. This guide shows how to discover story potential, find the central themes in the family data, "paint a picture" that touches readers' senses and brings ancestors to life, and produce the final product. (110pp. illus. Heritage, 1994.) $14.50 2621. Yuletide Hearth; Christmas in an 1806 Pennsylvania Farmhouse by Katharine Z. Okie This heartwarming book of cozy fireplace settings, snow, and Christmas memories also traces the holiday history of the early 1800s farmhouse through its several owners. Interspersing her narrative and

recollections with seasonal poetry, Christmas song, and story, the author weaves a memorable gift for Christmas. (96pp. color illus. Stackpole Books, 2002.) $21.95

Many diagrams help to eliminate all fear of confusion and uncertainty. Plus, dozens of tips and notes. (112pp. illus. Good Books, 2003.) $24.95 640. Quilt Postcards Set of eight different and colorful quilt postcards of Susie Riehl's watercolor paintings. Each card centers on a quilt in a familiar rural Amish setting. (5" x 7" color postcards, set of 8. Double Heart.) $6.50 2546. Quilting Traditions: Pieces From the Past by Patricia T. Herr Features a spectacular array of color photos of quilts made by Amish, Mennonite, and other Pa. German Groups, but also spotlights significant contributions from the Scots-Irish Presbyterians and the English Quakers. (164pp. Schiffer Pub., Inc., 2000.) $29.95 349. Quilts Among the Plain People by Rachel T. Pellman and Joanne Ranck How has quilting become a part of the very fabric of Amish and Mennonite life? What are the basic how-to's of quiltmaking? (96pp. illus. Good Books, 1981.) $6.95 2579. The Quilt-Block History of Pioneer Days With Projects Kids Can Make by Mary Cobb and illustrated by Jan Davey Ellis Find out what familiar quilt-block designs tell about America's early days. Easy papercraft projects will let you make your own quilt blocks without sewing: hanging windmill star, bear's paw greeting card, broken dishes puzzle, quilt block bookmarks, and more. (64pp. illus. index. The Millbrook Press, 1995.) $8.95 2291. Quilts From Two Valleys: Amish Quilts From the Big Valley--Mennonite Quilts From the Shenandoah Valley by Phyllis Pellman Good Quilts from Big Valley (Mifflin Co., Pa.) are strong and bold with occasional flashes of powerful color. During the same time period, Mennonites of the Shenandoah Valley in Va. precisely pieced more subdued quilts, filled with minutely stitched quilting. Historical background to the two valleys and their people, and descriptions of the quilts they made. (76pp. illus. index. Good Books, 1999.) $19.95 1247. Tips for Quilters by Rachel T. Pellman Full of hints and shortcuts from experienced quilters, this handbook gives practical advice about the whole process of making a quilt, including planning color layout, selecting and marking the fabric, removing spots, signing and dating quilts, and storing quilts (236pp. illus. Good Books, 1993.) $9.95 685. A Treasury of Amish Quilts by Rachel and Kenneth Pellman This collection of jewel-like quilts was gathered from Amish communities throughout North America. Traditional favorites are here in all their rich glory. (128pp. Good Books, 1990.) $21.95 1074. A Treasury of Mennonite Quilts by Rachel and Kenneth Pellman Extraordinary collection of dazzling quilts from Mennonite communities presents a variety of appliqué, patchwork, and elaborate crazy patch designs from the late 19th to the early 0th centuries. (128pp. illus. Good Books, 1992.) $21.95 352. The World of Amish Quilts by Rachel and Kenneth Pellman More than 00 antique quilts here cover repre-sentative pieces from all the major Amish communities. (128pp. color illus. Good Books, 1997.) $21.95

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455. The Amish Quilt by Eva Wheatcroft Granick This authoritative work by a leading expert on Amish quilts has become a classic. The text is the most comprehensive treatment of the subject ever published. (192pp. color illus. Good Books.) $45.00 345. Amish Quilt Patterns by Rachel Thomas Pellman Thirty popular and often-requested quilt patterns, this selection of detailed drawings and diagrams throughout lend accuracy to the whole satisfying process. (128pp. illus. Good Books.) $14.95 2834. Amish Quilts: A Book of Postcards Featuring 0 jewel-like antique Amish quilts in all their dramatic splendor, this bound book of postcards that can be extracted and used as postcards contain colors that are sometimes bold, sometimes of subtle shades, but always remarkable in their design and rich with quilting. (Good Books, 1994.) $8.95 2938. An Amish Nativity: Complete Projects and Instructions by Ruth Ann Gingrich and Jan Steffy Mast Create a nativity like no others--as if Mary and Joseph had been Amish! These charming peasant dolls stand quietly over the manger, cradling a child covered with a traditional Amish quilt. (96pp. illus. Good Books.) $15.95 2939. The Country Love Quilt by Cheryl A. Benner and Rachel Thomas Pellman A much admired pattern with a Victorian flourish, full of extensive applique. Offers actual-size, ready-to-use templates, clear instructions, and color plates of the quilts. (192pp. illus. Good Books.) $12.95 2656. Crazy for Quilts--A Celebration of the Quilters Art by Margaret Aldrich A fun and condensed look at the world of quilts, quiltmaking, and the lore and history of patchwork. (108pp. illus. H.C. Reiman Pubs., 2002.) $14.95 2007. Dahlia Quilts and Projects: Complete Patterns and Instructions by Cheryl Benner and Rachel T. Pellman Features patterns for traditional dahlia, dahlia quilt variations, wall hanging, pillow, chair pad, placemats, pillows, hot pad, table runner, and more. Offers full-sized templates and instructions for the traditional dahlia quilt. (98pp. illus. Good Books.) $16.95 2940. The Heart of Roses Quilt by C. Jean Horst Elegant appliqued roses come together to form a heartshaped border around an exquisitely quilted heart in the center of this delicate quilt design. It provides all templates for appliqueing and quilting, along with assembly instructions, fabric requirements, and complete guidelines. (96pp. color illus. Good Books. )$14.95 347. Making Animal Quilts: Patterns and Projects by Willow Ann Soltow Collection of 00 stylized animal patterns (templates) along with 00 sample projects. (190pp. illus. Good Books, 1986.) $12.95 995. Quick-and-Easy Crazy Quilt Patchwork by Dixie Haywood Projects described: pincushions, potholders, reversible toaster covers, lined shopping bags, Christmas wreaths and stockings, shirts, tablecloths, crazy quilt. (64pp. illus. index. Dover, 1977.) $4.95 2759. Quick Colorful Quilts: 15 Sizzling New Fast and Easy Quilts by Rosemary Wilkinson This delightful book is packed with inspiration--and 1 projects for beginners from basic background (how to select fabrics with different tonal values, which hoops and frames work best, what equipment is essential, . . . ) to each step through a quilt (propert cutting techniques, chain-piecing, adding borders, and more).

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2361. ABC Hornbook - $6.00 Small hardwood version of a traditional hornbook as used in early American schools. Features a typical lesson sheet (not covered with horn) of ABCs and syllables, etc. Approximately 1/2" x ". 1596. All-American Sampler - $7.99 Classic, counted cross-stitch

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sampler includes monk's cloth, floss, needle, history and instructions. 2687. Beginning Quilting Kit - $9.75 A delightful kit with everything needed to prepare a small pillow, potholder, and a doll blanket. Patchwork quilting is easy and fun to learn: cut and piece, sew, and quilt. Kit includes pre-cut fabric squares, muslin, batting, stuffing, needle, thread, pattern, and instructions. Ages 9-99. 1586. Buzz Saw $4.49 Wind the disc, pull on the string and watch the buzz-saw spin. A true historic folk toy. 1587. Cat's Cradle $5.49 Durable nylon string, complete directions and carrying bag, for this age-old toy. 1580. Classic Jacks - $6.99 Full set of traditional metal jacks, complete with rubber and wooden balls, game pouch, complete history, and instructions. 2901. Climbing Bear - $7.99 Pull the ropes alternately and watch the bear "climb". Classic historical American folk toy. 1598. Clothespin Doll Kit $6.29 A favorite doll for many years, this kit includes all materials necessary to make one boy and one girl doll with complete history and instructions. No sewing involved. 1590. Colonial Loom $15.99 Excellent beginner's hand loom: loom, shuttle, separator, wooden comb, yarn, and easy instructions. Size is 11"x1". 2046. Cup and Ball Toss Toy - $4.49 Classic toss toy. Great for dexterity and hand-eye coordination. Packaged with instructions. 1593. Drop Spindle - $13.69 Learn to spin wool with this authentic drop spindle. Includes combed and carded sheep's fleece, history, and directions: 1" spindle with " whorl. 2048. Early American Cornhusk Doll Kit - $9.00 Instructions and materials to make an authentic Early American cornhusk doll with apron and scarf. Another classic no-sew doll. 2825. Early American Ring Knitter - $6.00 The Ring Knitter is a simple craft tool that dates back to Colonial America and has been popular ever since. The yarn strands produce cords used for belts, a skipping rope, or the round shapes can even be made into a hot mat or a rug. 2593. Family Tree Puzzle - $16.95 A fun project for the whole family, this 1,000-piece picture puzzle is a full-color picture of a green-foliage tree with landscape. When it is completed, you can add your family's names and photos to stick-on labels and you have a personalized keepsake of your family heritage. Puzzle glue, stick-on labels, and instructions are all included. Completed size is " x 0". 1581. Hopscotch - $6.29 One of the most popular games through the centuries--

includes jumbo sidewalk chalk, "stones," directions, and a carrying bag. 1921. Handkerchief Doll Kit - $6.00 With this easy-to-make kit, any child can make a replica of a 19th century church doll. No sewing required. Kit includes laced woman's handkerchief and all materials to make one handkerchief doll. 1588. Indian Cornhusk Doll Kit - $8.29 Complete instructions and materials to make an authentic cornhusk Indian doll. History included. 1589. Indian Tepee Kit - $6.99 Fun-to-assemble Indian tepee includes pre-cut suede, supports, painting instructions, and history. 1585. Jacob's Ladder - $6.99 Centuries-old perpetual motion toy-- all-wood historic toy appears to tumble over each other again and again. 2240. Kazoo - $3.99 The kazoo amplifies the human voice while imparting a buzzing sound. The player makes the notes himself; the "instrument" merely adds a different quality. 2386. Make Your Own Goose Quill Pen - $2.49 Genuine goose quill as used in early American schools and in the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Contains directions for fashioning the goose quill into a pen and two recipes for homemade ink. 1579. Marble Shooter - $8.99 Accurate, easy way to shoot marbles by pulling the handle back, locking and releasing it. Colorful marbles. 2695. Marbles - $7.50 Marbles have been a popular game for all ages throughout the centuries. This marble set contains enough glass marbles and "shooters" to play any classic marbles game. Complete instructions. 1934. My First Crochet Set - $5.99 Good for hours of creative handiwork; includes wooden crochet hook, yarn, and instructions. 1935. My First Knitting Set - $5.99 Two wooden knitting needles, yarn, and complete instructions are included in this basic knitting set.

This kit includes handcrafted hardwood jointed doll, materials, pattern, and instructions. About 7" high. 1584. Ox-Yoke Puzzle - $4.99 Move one ring from one loop to the other without untying the cord in this traditional folk puzzle. 1582. Pick-Up Sticks - $5.00 Classic version of this timeless game, originally known as Jackstraws. Made with safe, blunt ends, it also features a wooden box with sliding lid, history, and instructions. 2902. Button! Button! - $6.99 This button kit includes a variety of old-fashioned buttons plus The Button Book with a variety of games and craft items that one can play with buttons. Delightful fun! 2649. Pioneer Buttonhole Puzzle - $4.50 This favorite puzzle for both children and adults originated during the Civil War period and was called the Cinch puzzle, because it resembled the cinch blocks used to tighten tent ropes. The object is to remove the string and wooden ring from the puzzle without untying the knots in the string. Fun and challenging! 2650. Pocket Folk Doll Kit - $7.50 Makes two Pocket Folk Dolls about 1/4-inches high. Kit includes fabric, needle, stuffing, embroidery floss, instructions, and history. 1597. Sewing Cards - $5.19 Old-fashioned sewing cards, includes five original designs, needle, yarn, complete history, and instructions. 1583. Sling Shot - $5.95 Classic wooden American folk toy packaged with a target. 1592. Spool Knitter - $6.99 Make a tubular rope known as horsereins using simple knitting techniques to make a belt, mat, hot pad, or doll house rug. Includes yarn, wooden needle, and complete directions for this classic craft toy. 2903. Star Knitter - $6.99 Early American knitting tool, similar to the Spool Knitter, this kit includes yarn and complete directions. 2904. Tic-Tac-Toe - $5.99 Hardwood version of this traditional American folk game. A game pouch and marbles are included. 2651. Traditional Cornhusk Doll - $5.25 Cornhusk dolls were originally made by Native Americans who taught the craft to the colonists. All materials and instructions to make one traditional cornhusk doll is included in this kit. 2905. Triangle Puzzle - $4.00 The most well-known of all solitaire American folk puzzles, the object of this puzzle is to jump pegs until only one peg remains. 2906. Whistlin' Jack's Whistle - $4.29 Classic one-note whistle, just like the old mountaineers made. 2907. Yo-Yo - $3.99 Natural yo-yo--a classic favorite pastime for generations. Includes basic directions and yo-yo tricks.

2697. My First Tatting Kit - $8.50 Learn how to create old-fashioned lace using the shuttle method. With a little time and patience, you can create designs that can be used on pillowcases, tablecloths, napkins, placemats, and blouse collars. 2756. Old-Fashioned Spool Tractor - $4.50 Wind it up and watch it move--this spool tractor is an early 0th-century self-propelled folk toy reminiscent of simpler times. By the middle of the 0th-century, the spool tractor became a favorite folk toy across the country. 2065. Old-Fashioned Yarn Doll Kit - $6.29 Traditional American craft. Kit includes all materials necessary to make and outfit one authentic yarn doll. Includes instructions and histories of felt/yarn/spinning. 1938. Penny Wooden Doll Kit - $14.99 Museum replica of 19th-century Penny Wooden doll.

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2106. The Amish: A People of Preservation by John L. Ruth This award-winning documentary on Amish faith and life, revised in 1996. Video has excerpts of rarely recorded Amish preaching and singing. (54 minutes. Ruth, 1996.) $19.95 2189. The Amish, Mennonite, & Hutterite Story Beginning with a brief overview of the history of the Christian church, this video traces the origins of the Anabaptist movement in 16th-century Europe, the persecution, the emergence of the Amish, Mennonite, and Hutterite sects, and their subsequent migrations throughout Europe and North America. Story is told as depicted in a gigantic, stunning hand-painted mural entitled "Behalt," which comes from a German word meaning to keep or to remember. (60 minutes. Mennonite Info. Ctr., 1999.) $19.95 2590. Anticipating Paradise: An Introduction to the Ephrata Cloister Learn about the Ephrata Cloister at Ephrata, Pa. (15 min. 2001.) $12.00 2144. The Battle of Brandywine This engaging video on the Brandywine Valley, Pa., and the pivotal Revolutionary War battle traces the history leading up to the battle, from the Quaker farmsteads to the battle itself. It also puts the Battle of Brandywine in the context of the Revolutionary War. (15 min. Pa. Hist. and Museum Comm., 1997.) $12.00 1861. Brethren Heritage Tour: Switzerland, France, Germany, the Netherlands Video of a European tour led by Dr. Donald F. and Hedda Durnbaugh in 199, designed for members of the Brethren Church, Church of the Brethren, Dunkard Brethren, Grace Brethren, and Old German Baptist Brethren. It features historic Anabaptist sites and the original hometowns of the first Brethren and includes contact with members of the Schwarzenau Heritage Society and Mennonites in Krefeld and Surhuisterveen. (45 minutes. Brethren Encyclopedia, 1996.) $29.00 2118. For the Love of God: The Mennonites and Benjamin Eby This 0-minute documentary for Canadian public television gives an overview of the Pennsylvania origins of Mennonites in Ontario and their faith today. It is especially strong on the Old Order Mennonites with rare footage taken in homes. (30 minutes. 1998.) $29.95 1767. Our Mennonite Legacy by Jan Gleysteen Video of a slide presentation in four parts. Approximate total time is two hours. The Anabaptist- Mennonite story is narrated here by John Ruth using Gleysteen's slides transferred to video with music. (video. 2 hrs. 1996.) $24.95 2515. Pilgrimage of Faith: The Journey of an Anabaptist Family This video is a slide show, produced in 199 to commemorate the 250th anniversary of the arrival of the first Amish Yoders in America. Produced by Virgil E. Yoder. (45 minutes). $20.00 2466. The Radicals An unbelievable story of the beginning of the Anabaptists--the story of Michael and Margaretha Sattler and the beginnings of the Anabaptist movement in 16thcentury Europe. Michael was a monk and Margaretha a nun. Their brief marriage was ended when Michael was burned at the stake and Margaretha was drowned in May 17 due to a faith that stood up to the most frightening atrocities. This will challenge your own faith! (video. Gateway Films, 1989.) $24.99 2890. (DVD. 2004.) $29.99

Aasen, Abersol, 8 Ackerman, 8 AcMoody, 1 Adam, 6 Adams, 1 Aebersolds, Aeschbacher, , Aeschlimann, , Ahlbaugh, 0 Ahrensfield, 67 Aken, 1 Albrecht, , , 7, 8, 1, , 7 Alderfer, , 7 Alexander, , Allebach, 7, 6 Allen, 1, 1, , 6 Allgayer, Allison, 18 Althouse, 1, 7 Alxjusf, Amberg, Ammon, 8, 1, 1 Amstutz, , , 0 Anders, , 7 Anderson, , , 60, 81 Andes, 8, 1 Angle, 9 Angstadt, 6 Anspach, Antrim, 1 Apple, 8 Applegate, Arbogast, Arbuthnot, Archer, 8 Arechtler, Armentrout, 9, Armingeon, Armstrong, 9, 0 Arndt, Arnold, 0, , 0, Arthaud, Arthur, 7 Artz, 0 Aschinger, 9 Aschliman, 8 Ashbaugh, Ashe, 0 Aucker, Augsburger, , Augspurger, 1 Auker, 9, 0, Aukerman, Aullenbach, 9 Aungst, 71 Aurand, 7 Babb, Bachert, 8 Bachman, , 8, 1, , 7 Bachmann, , 6 Backenstoe, 8 Bacon, Baechler, 8 Baehli, Baer, 0, , , , 9, 0, 1, 71, 7 Baeshore, 1 Bahn, Bailey, 0, 1,66, 67 Bair, 1 Baker, 1, 0, , 6, 7, 0, , 7, 6, 66 Baldwin, , Bally, 9 Balsbaugh, 9 Bamberger, 0 Bane, 1 Bär, , 8, 9, 1 Bard, 1, 79 Bare, 9, 1 Barger, 0 Barkey, 1 Barnard, 6 Barnes, 1 Barnet, 8 Barnhart, 16, 9, 7 Barnhouse, 9 Barr, 1, 9 Barron, Barth, 9 Bartlett, 0

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Bartsch, 1 Basehoar, 7 Bashore, 8, 0, , 67 Bassler, 9 Batdorf, 8, 1, 6 Bate, 1 Bauer, , , 6, 70 Bauman, , 6, 1, 7, 8, 1, , 1, 7, 61, 6 Baumann, , , 7 Baumgartner, , , , Baur, Bausher, Bausman, 6 Bausmann, , Bawel, Bawell, Baxter, 1 Bayer, , 6 Beachey, 0, 9 Beachy, , , , , 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , 7, 0, Beal, 1 Beans, Bear, 7, 1, 1, 7 Beard, , , 7, 60 Beaver, 67 Becher, 7 Bechler, 8 Bechtel, 11, 1, , 9, 1, 61, 70 Beck, , , 8, 1, Becker, 9, , , 9, 1, , 6, 8, 9, , 1, , 8, 6, 66, 70, 79 Bedford, 1 Bedient, Beechy, 8, Beeghly, 0 Been, 6 Beers, 0 Beery, 9, Behm, 1 Behney, 1 Beidler, 1, , 70 Beil, Beiler, , , 8, 0, 1, , , 7, 0, 1, Beissel, 7, , 61 Beitzel, , 7 Beller, 8 Belsley, 9 Beltzer, Bender, , 1, 0, 1, , 7, 0, 1, 1, , 71, 80 Bennage, 9 Benner, 1, 8, , 7, 60 Bennetch, 9 Bennett, 1 Bensinger, 8 Berg, 70 Bergdolt, 9 Berger, , 6 Bergey, 1, , 6, , 7, 61 Bergman, 7 Bergtholdt, 70 Berkey, , 1, , 8 Berkheimer, 6 Bernard, 9 Berry, 6, , 66 Bersole, 6 Bertolet, 61 Bertolet, 66 Besore, 7 Betts, Betz, 6 Betzner, 1 Beugli, 0 Beurki, 8 Beutler, 9, 70 Bewley, 1 Beydler, 6 Beyeler, Beyer, , 66 Beyerle, 6 Biedler, 60 Biehlmajer, Biehn, 7 Bieri, Bigelow, 0 Billet, Billman, Bingeman, 1 Binkley, 1, 1 Birkey, 7 Birky, 0, 7 Biser, 9 Bishop, 9, 0, 1 Bitsche, , 9 Bitzer, 1 Bixel, 10 Bixler, 1, , 1 Bkallen, Black, 0 Bland, 1 Blank, , 8, 1, , 8, 9 Blankenbaker, Blaser, , , 8 Blatt, , Blaurock, 11 Blayney, Blickensdörfer, 70 Blickenstaff, Bloom, 1 Blosser, 1, 8, 0, 60, 66, 7, 8, 9, 0, 0, Blum, 70 Boal, Bodkin, 1, 0 Bodkin, 0 Boegly, 8 Bögle, 0 Boiler, , Boll, 1 Bollinger, 1, , Bolyard, Bomberger, 9, 1, 1, 6 Bonebrake, Bonsall, , 7, 66 Bontrager, 19, 9, 0, , , , 9, , , 61, 71 Bookwalter, 7 Boone, 0, 61 Booze, 9 Bordner, Bordner, Borkholder, , Borndraeger, 9 Borneman, 61 Borntraeger, 0 Borntrager, Bornträger, 6 Borntrager, 9 Borntreger, 0 Boroway, 9 Bortner, Bosserman, Bouquet, 1 Bower, 7 Bowers, 8, 1, , 1, 71 Bowman, 1, 1, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 7, 8, , 0, , , , 7, 9, 60, 6, 66, 70 Boyd, 0, 1, 66 Boyer, , , , 0, 1, 0, 60, 61, 6, 66 Boyles, Brackbill, 9, , 6, 7, 1, 9 Bradley, 7 Brady, 6 Brandt, 7, , 67, 71 Branner, 9 Braun, , 0 Brechbill, 1, 1 Brechbuehl, 6 Breiner, 8 Breinich, 67 Brenchley, 1 Brenckmann, Brendle, 1 Breneisen, , 0 Breneman, 6, 0, 1, , 60, 71 Brenneman, , , 11, 1, , 8, 9, 0, , 7, 0, 0, 1, , 7, 66, 70, 7 Brenner, Bretz, , Brewbaker, 7 Bricker, 1, Brightbill, 1 Brillhart, 1, 9 Britts, 16 Broadfoot, 7 Brocious, Bromell, 9

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Bronner, Brooks, Brosey, , 67 Brosius, 6 Brossman, 1 Broun, 8 Brower, 7 Brown, 9, 0, 1, , , 6, 8, 0, , , 0, 1, , , 60, 66, 67 Brownmiller, 80 Brubacher, 9, 1, , , 7, 1, , 61, 79 Brubaker, 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 0, 1, 7, 61, 6, 6, 70, 71, 79 Brumbaugh, , Bruner, 0 Brunk, 1, , 7, 60, 66 Bruppacher, 9 Buch, 0, 1 Buchanan, 17, 66 Buchen, 9 Bucher, , , 9, , 1, 1 Buck, 1, Buckman, Buckwalter, 10, 8, 9, , , 0, 1, 1, 70 Buechly, Buercky, Buffenmyer, 8 Bull, 0 Burck, Bürcki, 8 Burgert, , Burges, Burgess, Burkey, 8 Burkhalter, , , Burkhard, Burkhardt, 1 Burkhart, , , 8, 1 Burkholder, , 9, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , 7, 8, 9, 0, , , 1, 66, 69, 70, 71, 7 Burki, , , 8, 6 Burky, 9 Burner, 0 Burns, Burr, 0 Buschert, Bush, , Bushong, 7, 7 Butdorf, 1 Butterweck, Butz, 8, 9 Buzzard, 1 Byer, Byers, , 60 Byler, , 0, 1, , , , 6, 9, 0, 1, , 1 Cadwalader, Cain, Calderilla, 7 Callender, 0 Camp, 9 Campbell, 7, , 6 Campman, 1 Caplinger, 1 Carber, 60 Carnagey, Carpenter, , 0, 1, 7, 6, 70, 81 Carper, Carrell, 1 Carroll, 1 Carter, 9, 6 Cartwright, 0 Carver, 60 Caryer, 1 Caskey, 1 Cassel, 1, , , 1, 7, 6, 66 Castleberry, 6 Chalfont, 6 Chandler, 9 Charles, , 0, Christ, , 9, 66 Christener, Christensen, 0 Christner, 8, 0, , 1 Chupp, 8, 0, 1, , 71 Claassen, 7 Clapp, 1 Clark, , 7, , 1, 8, 6 Clay, 1 Cleaver, 6

Clemens, 6, , , 7, 6 Clemenson, 9 Clemmer, 1, 6, 7, , 7 Click, 0, Clinger, Clodfelder, Clodfelter, Clymer, Coblentz, 0, 1, Cochenour, Coffman, , , 60 Coffroad, 8 Colaw, 1 Coldren, 1 Cole, Cole, 8 Collier, 1 Colver, 0 Comer, 7 Conard, 6 Connelly, 9, 1, 6 Conner, 9, Conrad, 8, 9, 1, 60, 66 Conte, 11 Cook, Cooper, 0, 66, 71 Coover, 9, 1 Copas, 8 Cope, 6 Cornell, 1 Cornelson, 0 Cosner, Cottrell, 1 Coughenour, 7 Coughman, Cox, Craley, Cramp, 6 Crawford, 16 Cressman, 1, 7 Crick, 6 Criley, 0 Cromer, 66 Crössman, Crumbacher, Crumbacker, , 8 Crumpacker, Crumpecker, 9 Cryer, Culbert 1 Cunnington, Cupp, 0, Custer, 6, 66 Cutler, Dahmer, 1 Dallmer, Daniels, Danner, 1 Davenport, 0 David, 0 Davis, 1, , , 0, 7, 6, 66 Dawson, Day, 1 de Angeli, 0 Deardorff, 7 Deck, 0 Deemy, 0 Deer, Deeter, , , Deffenderfer, 1 Degler, 67 DeHaven, 1 Deiss, 1 Delabach, Dellenbach, 9 DeLong, , Delp, 7 Demi, Demuth, Denlinger, 10, 1, 1, 0, 1, 9 Denny, Deppen, 8 Derbecker, 7 Derksen, 9 Derr, 1, 6 Derstine, 9, , 7 Desmond, 6 Dettweiler, DeTurk, 61, 66 Detweiler, , , , 8, , 6, 8, 9, , , , , 7, 71 Detwiler, 8, 9, , 0, , Dewalt, Diaz, 0 Dice, 1 Dieffenbach, , 1

Diehl, 1, , , 60 Diel, 6 Diem, 1 Diener, Dierolf, Dieter, 6, 6 Dietz, 6 Diller, 0, 1, 61, 7 Dillman, 1 Dirdorff, 61 Dirks, 8, 7, 7 Dirstine, Dissinger, 1 Ditzler, 1, 6 Doan, Dock, 7, 19, 61 Dodderer, 1 Doescher, 9 Dohner, 9, 8, 1, 6 Dolly, 1 Dombach, 8, 0 Doney, Donner, , 9 Dörr, Dorsey, 6 Dotterer, Douts, Drachsel, 1 Dreibelbis, Dresher, 7 Dressler, Driver, , 1, , 66 Drunckenmiller, 8 Dubbs, Duerksen, 8 Dulheur, 61 Dundore, Dunkel, 8 Dürr, Durstine, 0 Duryea, 8 Dutcher, 0 Duurrstein, Dyck, 7 Dyer, , 71 Eaby, 8, , 1 Early, , , 66 Eash, , 8, 0, 1, , 1 Eavers, Eberle, 6 Eberly, 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 6, 8, 1, , 1 Eberman, Ebersol, , , 8, 0, , 79 Ebersole, 7, 1, 9, 0, 1, , , 8, 1, Ebert, , 60 Ebie, Ebling, 9 Eby, 1, 9, 1, , 6, 7, 8, 0, 1, , , 6, 61, 70, 7 Echternach, , 1 Eckardt, Ecker, Eckerd, 9 Eckert, , 7 Eckman, 9 Edelman, 71 Edgecomb, 0 Edwards, 1 Egli, 70 Ehrhardt, Ehrismann, Eicher, 9 Eichorn, 7 Eier, Eigsti, 0 Eigsti, 7 Eisenbeiss, 66 Eisenberger, 70 Eisenhauer, 0 Eisenhower, , 0 Ellenberger, 70 Eller, 9, 7 Ellinger, Ellis, 1, 7 Ellison, 9 Ellmaker, 1 Ely, , 60 Emerich, 0 Emmert, 1 Endt, 9, 79 Engel, , 8, 9 Engle, 1, 1 Englehardt, 66 Enns, 7

Ensign, 6 Ensworth, 1 Epler, Erb, , , 8, , 9, 1, , 0, , 6, 61, 70, 71 Erdman, ,6 Erdmann, Ernst, 8, 7 Esbenshade, 7, 9 Esch, , , 8, 9 Eschbach, Eschbacher, Eschelman, 6 Eschmann, 1 Esh, , 0, , 0 Eshbach, , 70 Eshbenshade, 1 Eshelman, 9, , 1 Eshleman, , 9, 1, , 7, 9, 71, 7 Espenschied, Espenshade, 7 Estep, 60 Esterloe, Evan, 9 Evans, , 0, 1, 7, 6, 66 Evers, 66 Eyer, , , , 79 Eyman, 9 Eyoms, 7 Eyster, Fahney, 60 Fahrni, , 8, 9 Fansler, 9 Farmwald, Farney, 8 Farrell, 9 Fassnacht, 1 Faust, , 0, 6, 6 Fawcett, Fechter, Fehl, 9 Feidt, Fell, Fellenbaum, 8 Felpel, 9 Felty, 7 Feree, 0 Fetterolf, 6 Fetz, 0 Fichthorn, 66 Fidler, 0 Fifer, Fike, , 8, 9, 1, , 0 Filbert, Filler, 8 Finger, 70 Fink, 9, Finney, 8 Fischer, , , , , 6, 6 Fisher, , , 10, , 0, 1, , , 7, 0, 1, , 60, 67, 70 Fitzgerald, Fleisher, 1 Flickinger, 7, 1, 7 Flohr, Flora, 16, 9, 7, 1 Flory, 9, 0, , 60, 66 Foesick, 6 Folckommer, Foley, 60 Folk, Follmer, 6 Foltz, 1 Foreman, 1 Forney, , , 0, 1, 60 Forrey, 1, 71 Forry, Foster, Foulke, 1, Foust, 0, , 8 Fox, 0, , , , 8, 1, , 1 Frain, 0 Francis, 6 Frank, 8 Frankhauser, 1 Frantz, 9, 9, 0, 6, 6 Frazee, 9 Frederich, 1 Frederick, Freed, 9, , 6, , 7 Freeman, 7 Freese, 1 Fretz, , , 7 Frey, 9, , 7, 8, 9, 1, 9 Frick,

Friedt, 9 Friend, 9 Fries, 1 Friesen, 11, 7 Friesner, Froelich, 79 Frohock, 1 Fry, 9, , 0, 1, , 7, 60, 61, 6 Frye, , , Fuchs, , 66 Fulmer, 61 Funck, 0 Funk, , 6, , 9, , , 9, 1, , 7, 6, 66, 7 Furlong, 1 Furr, Futer, Gabel, 61 Gaertner, Gaither, 0 Galle, 9 Gamber, 1 Gamble, 1, 1 Gans, Gantz, 8, Garber, 8, , , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 1, 60, 66, 67 Gardner, Garman, 9, 9, 1 Garrett, , 1, 6, 66 Garst, 9, , Gartner, Garver, Garwood, 0 Gascho, 0, , 7 Gassert, 1, Gayman, , Gehman, 8, 9, 0, , , 6, 9, 1, , 1, , 70, 7, 8 Gehr, 7 Geib, , 67 Geiger, 66, 67 Geil, 66, 7 Geiman, 1 Geiss, 7 Geissbuhler, Gelsinger, 0 Gensemer, 1 Gerber, , , , , 8, , 8, 0, 1, , , 1 Gerberich, 1, Gerhard, 19, , 7 Gerhart, 8, 1, 7 Gerig, 9 Gerlach, 1 Gerst, Getz, Gibbel, 9, 1 Gibble, 9, 7, 9, 6 Gibbons, 6 Gilbert, 1 Gilday, 9 Gindelsberger, 8 Gingel, Gingerich, , , , , 8, 0, , , 6,9, 1, , 6, 70, 71 Gingrich, 9, 1, Gipe, 9 Gish, 9 Gladfelter, Glass, , 1 Glattfelder, Glick, , 1, 8, 0, 1, 60, 66, 7 Glicker, 0 Glover, 9 Gnaegi, 8 Gnage, , Gnagey, 8, 9, Gnagy, 9 Göbel, 70 Gochenauer, 9 Gochnauer, 9 Gockley, 1 Godfrey, 1 Godshalk, 6 Godshall, 7 Goering, 7, , 9, 7 Goff, Goldfus, 11, 61 Goldner, Goldschmidt, Good, , 10, 1, 1, 16, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , 6, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 1, , 9, 60, 66, 7

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Goodman, Goodykoontz, 7 Gorgas, Gosho, 6 Gotwals, 6, 6 Goughnour, 0 Gouker, 9 Goumann, Gowl, 66 Graber, , 7, 9, 0, , 9, , 7, 7 Grabill, 6, 1 Graeff, Graf, , 7, , , , 8, 9 Graff, 0, 6 Grager, 9 Graham, 66 Grant, 8 Graver, 9, 70 Graybill, 10, 9, , 8, 0, , , 1, 7 Grebel, 11 Grebiel, 6 Green, , , 67 Greenly, 9 Greenwood, 19 Greider, 9, Greiner, 8, , 67 Gress, Greybill, 6 Grider, Grier, 6 Griffin, 43 Griffith, 29 Grill, 1 Grimes, 9 Grimm, 9, Gring, 0, 1 Griscom, 8 Grisso, Grodi, 8 Groff, , 7, 8, , , 6, 9, 0, 1, , 1, 7, 9, 61, 70, 71 Groom, 9 Grosch, 9 Gross, , 1 Grossnickle, 7 Grove, 1, 7, 8, 0, , 66, 70 Grover, 1 Grub, 0 Grubb, 0, 66 Grube, 1 Gruber, 9, 67 Grumbacher, Grumbsheim, Guard, 9 Gugler, Guiton, 0 Guldin, 1 Guldner, Gundy, 7 Güngerich, , , 8, Guth, , , Gutt, , 0 Haag, , , 0 Habecker, , Hable, Hacker, 8 Hackman, 9, , 7, 1, 7 Hafflich, 36 Hagey, 7 Hagginbotham, 1 Hahn, , 9, 1, 6, 66 Hain, Haines, 1 Hains, 9 Hake, Hakel, 7 Haldeman, , 7, 6 Hall, 6, 60 Halle, 9 Haller, , 1, 1 Hallman, , 6, 6 Halteman, 9, , Halterman, , Hamacher, 9 Hamann, Hamme, Hammer, 1 Hammerstädt, Hammett, 9 Hammond, 1, 6 Hamstead, 9, Handrich, 9 Hansberger, 7 Hansen, 7

Harbaugh, 7 Harder, 9, 7 Hardman, , , 0 Hare, 0 Harlacher, 1 Harley, 6, 7 Harman, Harmon, 7 Harnish, , 0, 9 Harnley, 1, 6 Harper, 8, 9, , 9 Harpine, 9 Harris, 8, , 6 Harrison, 7 Harsham, 7 Harshberger, 71 Hart, 1, Harter, 7 Harting, 1 Hartline, 6 Hartman, 1, 1, , , 66, 67 Hartter, Hartz, 1, 7 Hartzler, 1, , 6, 0, 1, , , 1 Harzell, Hassler, 9, , 8 Haueter, 0 Haugendobler, Haugh, 1 Hause, 9 Hauser, 8, 6 Hauter, Haverstick, 0, 9 Haverstock, 6 Hawbaker, Hawkins, 8 Hawkshaw, Hay, 8 Headings, 0, 70 Headly, Heaston, 0 Heatwole, 6, 60, 66 Hebbel, 9 Heck, Heckendorn, Hecker, Heckler, 7 Heckman, 9 Hedrick, Hedricks, Heffelfinger, 57 Heffner, 1 Hege, 6, 9, 70 Hegen, Heidelbaugh, 1 Heilman, Heinrich, 9 Heinselman, Heisey, 9 Heisler, 8 Heist, Helffrich, , 6 Heller, 1, 9, Hellmuth, Helman, 8 Helmuth, Helsel, 0 Henckel, 6 Hendricks, , 1, , 7 Henry, Herb, 1 Herber, 6 Herford, 1 Hernley, 9 Herr, 9, 1, 8, , , 7, 0, 1, , , 9, 6, 6, 70, 71, 7 Herrfort, 1 Herrier, 0 Hersh, 8 Hershberger, , 1, , 8, 0, 1, , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, 1, , 70 Hershey, 11, 9, , , , 6, 8, 9, 0, 1, , 6, 6, 71 Herter, Hertz, 7 Hertzler, , 10, , 8, , 6, 7, 9, 1, 1, 81 Hess, , , 6, 0, 1, , , 0, 9, 69, 7 Hetrich, 0 Hettinger, 0 Heydrick, 7 Hibberd, Hiestand, 6, 71

Hiester, 6 Higgins, 6 High, 8, , , 6, 8, 1, Higley, 1 Hilbert, , Hildebrand, 8, 0, , 66 Hill, 0, Hiller, 8 Hills, Hiltebeitel, 61 Himmelberger, 0, 67 Hinckle, 8 Hinkle, 66 Hippenstiel, Hirneisen, 1 Hirsch, 8 Hirschi, 8 Hirshi, 9 Hirt, 9 Hissong, Hitchcock, 1 Hoak, 8 Hoch, Hochstättler, Hochstedler, 0, 6, 7 Hochstetler, , 11, 1, 1, 8, 0, 1, , , 6, 8, 9, 1, , 70, 71 Hochstetter, , 0, 1 Hock, 1 Hockstetler, Hofer, , , 8, 1 Hoff, Hoffer, 6 Hoffman, 9, 1, , , 7, 1, 1, , , 7, 8, 61, 6 Hoffmann, Hoffstetter, 9 Hofstetter, , , 8, 0 Hoke, Holderman, Holl, 1 Hollinger, 8, 1, 9, 1, 69, 7 Holly, , , , , 7 Holstein, 1 Holzman, Homa, Honadel, 9 Honderich, Hoober, 1 Hooley, 8, 0, 1, 70 Hooper, 6 Hoopes, 66 Hoover, 7, 11, 1, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, , 1, , 9, 60, 61, 70, 71 Horn, Hornberger, 1, 1 Horning, 8, 0, 1, , , , , 8, 1, 6, 7 Horst, , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, , , 1, 61, 67, 70, 7, 7 Hossler, 1 Hostatler, Hostetler, , , , 11, , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, 70 Hostetter, 1, 1 Hotch, 9 Hottenstein, 8, 9 Houck, 9 Hough, 1, Houlen, 1 Housel, 8 Houser, 9 Hovis, Howard, 1 Howdyshell, 0 Howe, 8 Howell, 0 Hower, 1 Howery, 9 Howitt, Hoy, Hoylman, 7 Huber, 7, 18, 8, 9, 0, 7, 8, 0, , 0, 1, , 9, 70 Hübner, 61 Huffman, , 71 Huffnagel, 61 Hughes, 8, 7 Huhn, 1 Hummel, , , Hummer, 1 Hummig, 0

Hunchberger, 1 Hunsberger, , 1, , 6, Hunsecker, 0 Hunsicker, 1, 8, 61 Hunsperger, 7 Huntsberger, 9 Hursh, , , 6, 8 Hurst, , 9, 1, , , 8, 0, 1 Hut, 11 Huyard, , 8, 1 Huyett, 8 Ilgenfritz, 60 Illig, 8 Illing, 9 Imhof, , Imhoff, 1, In Den Hoffen, 6 Ioder, 8 Iricck, 1 Jackson, 1 Jacobs, 1, 81 James, 1, 6, 6, 66 Jansen, , 6 Janssi, 9 Jantzi, 9, 9, 1, 61 Janzen, 7 Jefferson, 7 Jennings, 10, 1 Jeyser, 61 Joder, , , 1 John, Johns, , 9 Johnson, 16, 1, , , , 7, , 6, 7, 9, 60 Jolliff, 1 Jones, 1, 8, , , , , 0, 1, 61, 6, 6, 66 Joray, 1 Jordy, , Jost, 8 Jotter, 8 Judy, , Jung, , 6 Jury, 1 Kafroth, 1 Kahn, Kammerer, Kanagy, 9 Karnnagel, Kaser, 1 Kauffman, , , 7, 11, 1, , , 8, 0, 1, , , , , 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , 1, , , 61, 6, 69, 70, 71, 7, 7 Kauffmann, Kaufman, 7, 9, , 8, 1 Kausch, 1 Keagy, 9 Keck, 8, 1 Keefer, Keener, 0 Keeney, 1 Kegerreis, 1 Kegrise, Keiffer, 1 Keim, , 8, 1, , 66 Keinard, 6 Keller, , 1, , 7, 60 Kemmerer, 9, 8, 0 Kemper, 1 Kempf, , Kenagy, 0, 70 Kendig, 8, 9, 0, 1, 1, 7, 9, 6 Kendig, 1, 7, 9, 6 Kennedy, 1, 81 Kennel, , , , 9 Kennell, 9 Kennerly, 6 Kensinger, Keple, Kepple, 0 Kern, . , 1, 71 Kerst, 6 Keske, 1 Kessler, 1 Kessler, 1 Kettering, 9 Keyser, 6 Kiblinger, Kiefer, 1 Kiger, Kile, Kilheffer, 1 Killian, 8, 1

Killmer, Kilmer, , 8 Kimble, Kime, 9 Kimmel, 8 Kindig, 7 King, , , 8, 11, , , 8, 0, , , 7, 8, 0, 1, , 60, 61, 69, 70 Kinsey, 1, Kinsinger, , , 7 Kintzer, Kinzie, Kinzinger, Kipfer, , Kirkbride, Kisamore, Kisch, Kissinger, 66 Kizer, 0 Klahr, 7, 8 Klapp, 1 Klar, 8 Klein, 7, 8 Kleinfelter, Klick, 1 Kline, 1, 0, 0, , 8, 9, , 1, 67 Kling, 8 Klingaman, 8, 8 Klinger, 8 Klopfenstein, , 9 Klopfenstine, Knecht, 8 Knicely, 8 Knipe, 7 Kniss, Knoll, Knoop, 1 Knowles, 7 Koch, , , , 6, 66 Koenig, 11, , 8 Koenigmacher, Koestler, 11 Koffroth, 8 Koger, 8 Kohl, 8 Kohler, 8 Kohr, 9 Kolb, , , , 8, 1, , , 7, 61 König, Koonts, Koontz, Koppenheffer, Kraenbull, Kramer, Kraft, 1 Kraibuhl, 9 Kramer, Kratz, 8, , 7, 61 Kratzer, Kraus, Krauss, 1 Kraybill, , , , 1, 0 Krebs, 1 Krehbiel, 7, 9, , 9, 7 Kreibel, 70 Kreider, , , 6, 0, 1, 1, 9 Kreiter, , 9 Krell, 8 Krey, 6 Krick, Krider, 1 Kriebel, 7 Krier, 1 Kroeker, 7 Kroeller, Kropf, , 0, 70 Krull, 1 Kuepfer, 1 Kuerksen, 19 Kugler, Kuhns, 8, 8 Kull, Kulp, 8, , , 7, 60 Kunckel, Kunder, 6, 7 Kunders, 6 Kundig, 9 Kunkel, Kunkle, 9, 9 Kurr, Kurtz, , 9, 11, , 8, , , 6, 7, 8, 0, 1, , , 1, , 60, 7 Ladd, 8

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Lair, Lais, 70 Lambert, , , 6, Lambright, Lamm, Land, Landes, , , , 7 Landis, , 7, 9, , 7, 9, 1, , , 6, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 6, 7, 9, 61, 6, 6, 70, 79 Lane, 6 Lanius, Lantz, 8, 9, 0, 7, 0, , 9, 69 Lap, Lapp, , 7, 1, 16, 0, , , 1, , 60, 69, 7 Larrick, 6 Latscha, 70 Latschaw, 61 Latshaw, , 70 Lauber, 7, 1 Lauer, 1, Lausch, , 1 Lauver, 8, 0, Layman, 1, 8, 1, Leaman, 8, 1, 7, 8 Leatherman, 8, 0, 60 Lebo, , Lebold, Lederach, , 7 Lee, 0, Leedy, Leeman, , , 8 Lefever, 0, 0, 9, 70 LeFevre, 7, 1, 9 Lehman, , , 7, 10, 1, , , 8, 0, 1, , , , , 8, 0, , , 61 Lehmann, 1, 6 Leib, Leibrock, 1 Leibundgutt, , 0 Leiby, 8 Leid, , 8, 71 Leidy, 7 Leinbach, , , , 1, 61 Leindecker, 9 Leininger, 0, 1 Leisi, 70 Leiss, Leisz, 8 Leitzel, 6 Lengacher, 8 Lengle, 8 Lepper, 61 Lerch, , Lesh, 7 Lesher, , 1 Levengood, 1 Levering, 6 Lewin, 16 Lewis, , 8, , 0, 1, 66 Lichtenberger, 9 Lichti, 9, 61, 70 Lichty, 9, 0, , 1, 69, 7 Lidie, Liechti, 9 Liechty, 0 Lied, 1 Light, 8, Lightfoot, Lighty, 1 Lincoln, 8, 17, 1 Line, , 7, 9 Lineweaver, 60 Link, Lint, Linton, Lischy, 67 Livengood, , , , 8, 9, 6, 9, 0, Livingston, 8 Lloyd, 1 Llyndaker, 8 Logan, Lohmann, Long, , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 0, 60, 71 Longacre, , , , Longenecker, , 0, 1, , , 1, 1, , 6, 7 Longstreet, 6 Lorah, 1 Lorentz,

Lough, Loump, 9 Loux, 7 Löwenberg, 9 Lower, 1, Lowry, 8 Lucken, 8 Luckenbach, Luckenbaugh, Lugbill, 9 Luken, 8 Lukens, 7 Lukin, 8 Luther, 11, Lüthi, , 1 Lutz, 8, 1, 1, 6 Luyken, 6 Mack, 7, 1, , 7 Maier, Makemson, Mallowo, Manbeck, Marhofer, 9 Markley, 1, 1, Marks, 9 Marner, 0 Marshall, Martens, 0 Martin, 6, 1, 1, 1, 16, 18, 0, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 1, 7, 9, 61, 69, 70, 71, 7, 7 Mast, , , 8, , , , 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 7, 9, 0, 1, , , 1, 69, 71, 7, 8 Mattern, Matters, 0 Mauer, 1 Mauger, 1 Maurer, , 9, 6 Maust, 8, 9, 1, , 6, 7, 9, 1 Mayer, , 8, 60 Mayfield, 7 McCann, 1 McCarty, 1 McClaraghan, 9 McCloud, 1 McCracken, McDowell, 1 McGown, 0 McKay, 6 McKee, , McKibben, 0 McMullen, 6 McNair, 1 Mehl, Mellinger, , 0, 1, 6 Mellott, 0 Mendenhall, Menges, 8 Mensch, 7 Mentzer, 7, 1 Merkel, 8 Merkey, 9 Meschter, 7 Messick, 9 Messner, 1, 8, 1 Metz, 1 Metzger, , Metzler, , Meyer, , , 9, , , 6, 9, 1, 0, , 7, 9, 6 Meyers, 8, , 0 Mikesell, 7 Miles, 7 Millard, 61 Miller, , , , 10, 11, 1, , , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , 0, 1, , , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 60, 6, 6, 6, 66, 67, 70, 71, 7, 81 Millingdrip, 9 Millisock, 8 Minert, , 6 Mink, Minnich, 71 Minnick, Mintz, Mischler, Mishler, 8, 0, 8, Moats, Mock, 0 Mohler, 9, 1

Mohn, Moist, 1 Moll, 67, 70 Montour, 8 Moore, , 6, 9, 66 Morehead, 0 Morgan, 0, 6 Morrison, 7 Morton, 66 Mosemann, 9 Moser, , , , 8, 1 Mosey, 9 Mosimann, 9, 8 Mosser, 8, Mowrer, 9 Moyer, 1, 9, 1, , , , 6, 8, 9, 0, 1, 1, , 7, 60, 61 Moyers, 7 Muehlenberg, 7 Mueller, , , 9, 6 Müller, , , 7, 8, 7 Mullet, 0, 71 Mullett, Mumaw, 10, 11, 9, 0, 1, 71 Mummau, Münk, Müntz, Muntzing, Murray, Musselman, 9, 0, , 1, 70, 7 Musser, 8, 9, , , 8, 1, 1, 9, 71, 7 Myer, , 0, 70 Myers, 1, 16, 9, , , , 7, 8, 0, 1, , , 7, 9, 60 Myley, 9 Mylin, 1, 9, 6 Naff, 16 Naftzinger, Nafzger, , 9 Nafziger, , , , 9, 9, Nafzinger, Nagel, , 7, 66 Nagele, 70 Naill, Nash, 8, 0 Nauman, 8 Neff, , , 9, , 9, 60, 70 Neighbor, 0 Nein, 8 Nelson, 1, Nesselrodt, 1 Neuenschwander, , , 8, 0 Neufeld, 8, 7, 0 Neuhauser, Neuss, 0 Newcomber, 1 Newcomer, 7, , 0, Newlin, Newpher, 1 Newswanger, 0, 1, , , 6, 8, , 1, 70, 7 Ney, 11, 60 Nice, 0, , 7 Nickel, 7 Nicolls, 8 Niece, Niederhauser, Niess, Nisley, 1, 6, 1 Nisly, 1 Nissley, 8, 9, 0, , Nissly, 9 Niswander, 66 Noffsinger, 16 Nofsinger, 9 Nofziger, 70 Noll, Nolt, 1, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , 8, 9, 0, , , 1, 71 Novinger, Nussbaum, 0 Nutt, 7 Nyce, 1, 1 O'Neil, 33 Ober, 1, 1, Oberholtzer, 9, 0, 1, , , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 1, 61, 7 Oberholzer, 8, 7 Oberli, Ocker, Oechner, Oesch, , 9, 7 Oller, Opden Graef, 6

Orendorf, , 0, 7 Orendorff, 8 Ortmann, 7, , 7 Orts, , Oswald, Ott, 7, 60 Otto, , , Overholser, 0, 1 Overholt, 1, 0, 69 Overholtzer, 1 Overholzer, 8, 1 Overly, 0, 1, 9 Oxenreider, Paci, 8 Page, Palmer, Pannebecker, Parmer, 8 Parrish, 1 Partenheimer, 0 Parthemer, 0 Parthemore, 0 Patterson, , 81 Patton, 0, 1 Paul, 60 Paules, 0 Paulin, 1 Pawling, 6 Paxson, Payne, , 8 Peachey, 0, , , 7, 9, 0 Pefley, 36 Peifer, Peiffer, 8, Peight, Pellman, 0 Penn, 0 Pennell, 66 Penner, 7 Pennipacker, 6 Pennybacker, 60 Peterman, 6 Peters, 9 Petersheim, , 1, 8, 0, Pfister, 29, 35 Philips, , 7 Phillips, 9, 7, 6 Pierce, 1 Plaine, Plank, , 8, , , 0 Plaugher, 66 Pletscher, 70 Plum, 0 Porter, 0 Porter, 66 Portz, 67 Powell, 0, 9 Prather, 8 Preheim, 7, , 7 Prescott, 9 Price, 8, 7 Proust, 1 Provo, 0 Provost, 10 Prowell, 9 Pugh, 1, 6 Pyle, Raber, , 1, 0, 1, , 6 Rader, Raezer, 19 Ragg, Railing, Raimundo, 11 Rakestraw, 1 Rambo, 6 Ramer, 0, , , Ramseyer, 9, 1 Ranck, 6, 1, 1, 7, 9 Rapp, Rauch, , 9 Ray, 7 Ream, 1 Reber, Redcay, 0, , 1 Reddig, 1 Redekop, 0 Reed, 10, 6, 8, , 1, , 6, 6, 7 Reedy, Rees, Reese, , 9 Reeser, , 7 Reeves, Reich, Reichard, 8 Reid,

Reidenbach, 1 Reidiger, Reiff, 9, 1, , , 6, 1, 1, 7, 70 Reifsnyder, 8, 1 Reigart, 9 Reilly, 0 Reinhardt, Reinhart, 0 Reinhold, 1, , 1 Reiss, 7 Reist, 9, , , 6, , 61 Reitmeyer, 66 Rempel, , 7 Rench, Renninger, , 1 Replogle, 7 Repman, 9 Resser, 0 Rexrode, 0 Reynolds, 81 Rhoads, 1, 7 Rhodes, 8, 1, Rice, Richard, 9, 1 Richardson, 7, 6 Riche, 9 Richelderfer, 67 Rickaback, 60 Rickenbach, , , 8, 1 Riddle, , Ridenour, Rieff, 8 Riehl, , 11, 0 Riekert, 1 Ries, Riess, 7 Rife, 9, 1, Riffe, 1 Rinehart, Ringenberg, , 8 Ringler, 1 Rischell, 8 Riss, Risser, 1, 61, 70 Rissler, , , 9 Ritchie, 66 Rittenhouse, 10, 7, 6 Ritter, 8 Roberson, Roberts, 0, , 6, 60 Robertson, 19 Robeson, 61 Robinson, 7 Rocke, 9 Rockey, 9 Rodes, 66 Roeder, 1 Roggie, 9, Roggy, , , 8, 9, , 9, 1, 9, 71 Roland, 1 Roman, Romberger, , 0 Roni, 16 Root, Ropp, 0, Rose, Rosenberger, , 1, 7, 60 Rosenberry, 1 Rossignol, 10 Roth, , , , 0, 1, 7, 8, 9, 1, 70, 7 Rothenberger, 0 Rothlisberger, , Rötlisperger, 8 Rotz, Roupp, Roush, 0 Royer, 16, 9, 1, 1, , 1 Ruddle, Rudisill, 6 Rudy, 7, 61 Rufenacht, , 1 Ruhl, 1, Rumble, 1 Rupp, , , 1 Rush, 9 Rüßler, Ruth, 1, 9, , 7, 60, 7 Rutt, 1, 8, 0, , , 7 Ruvenacht, 9 Ryan, 18 Ryser, Sahm, 6 Sala, 8

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Salzmann, 1 Samuelson, 0 Sanders, 8 Sandoe, 1 Sands, 6 Saner, 0 Sanger, 0 Sangrey, 1 Sassman, 1 Sattler, 6, 88 Sauder, 8, 0, , , , 6, 8, 69, 71, 7 Sauer, 7 Sausman, 7 Sausser, 8 Sawatzky, 7 Sawyer, 0 Saylor, , 8, 6, 0, Scarlet, 6 Schaeffer, 1 Schafer, Schäffer, , Schallenberger, 9 Schallus, , 9 Schank, 1 Schantz, , , , 8 Schantz, 8 Schaubach, Schäublin, 1 Schauer, 0 Scheible, Scheitrum, 8 Schell, , 8 Schenck, Schenk, 9 Scherck, Scherer, Schertz, 9 Scherzer, 9 Schildt, Schindler, 9 Schlabach, , , , 0, 1, , , , 8, 1 Schlank, 1 Schleppi, 1 Schlott, 9, 1 Schluneggar, 9 Schmidt, 9, , 66 Schmucker, , , 9, 0, 1,, , , 8, 9, 60 Schnader, 1 Schnebel, 70 Schneder, 1 Schneider, , 9, 1, , 0, 61, 6, 6, 66 Schneidmann, Schnure, 8 Schock, 8, Schoener, Schofield, 63 Scholl, 6 Schonhaler, Schowalder, 1 Schowalter, 1, 70 Schrack, 7 Schrag, 7, , 7 Schrock, , 11, 1, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 7, , , 70, 71 Schse, 61 Schuerch, Schultz, 8, , , 7, 8, 6, 70 Schumacher, 66 Schumaker, 61 Schürch, 9 Schwab, Schwartz, , , 7, , 8, 7, 7 Schwartzbach, Schwartzendruber, , 0, , 1 Schwass, 1 Schweitzer, , 7 Schwenk, 1, , 7 Schwiezer, 1 Scott, 8, , 9 Sechrist, , 8 Seemuller, 6 Seese, 8 Seibel, Seibert, 7 Seiler, 8 Seim, Seip, Seipt, 7 Seitz, , Seldomridge, 1 Sell, 8, 7 Sellen, 6, 6

Sellers, 1 Senger, 0, Senner, 7, , 7 Sensenbaugh, 0 Sensenig, , 11, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 7, 8, 9, 1, , , 1, 71, 7 Shaffer, 9, 0, Shank, 7, 16, 8, 9, 7, 1, , , 9, 60, 66, 7, 7 Shantz, , 1 Sharp, 0, 71 Sharpless, Shaub, 9 Shaulis, 8, 9 Shaum, Shaver, 66 Sheaffer, 1 Shearer, 1, 7 Sheeler, 8 Sheets, Shellenberger, , 8, Shelly, , , 8, 60 Shenck, 71 Shenk, 9, 11, 1, , 0, 1, 9, 6, 71 Sherfy, Sherk, 9, 1, 1 Sherrick, 0, 70 Shertzer, 1 Shetler, , 1, , 7 Shetter, 1, Shiffer, 1 Shimp, 1 Shirk, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 8, 1, , 1, 70, 71, 7 Shisler, 1 Shively, 7, 1 Shnyder, Shoaf, Shoemaker, 8, 0, , 7 Shoff, Sholl, 7 Sholly, Shope, Shouse, 8 Showalter, 8, 9, , 8, 1, , , 7, 60, 66, 7 Shrawden, 6 Shreiner, Shrock, 1, Shuey, Shuler, 9, 6, 7 Shultz, 9 Sieber, , Siefersheim, Siegrist, 1 Siemens, 7 Silknetter, 1 Simcock, 0 Simon, Simons, , 6, 10, 11 Sipe, 60 Sisler, 9 Sites, Skiles, 7 Slabach, 7, 8, 1 Slabaugh, 8, , 9, Slee, Slickfester, 19 Smiley, 8 Smith, 1, 18, 8, 9, 1, , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, , , 0, 1, , , , , 9, 60, 61, 6, 66, 81 Smoker, 1, 7, 69, 70 Smucker, , 1, 0, 1, , 9, 0, 69 Smyser, Snader, 9, 9 Snavely, , 6, 0, 1, 7 Snowberger, 0 Snuffer, Snyder, , , 8, 9, 1, , , 6, 8, 9, 1, , , 1, , 9, 60, 6, 67, 7 Sollenberger, 0, , 1 Sommer, , 0 Sommers, , 8, Sorver, 7 Souder, 1, , 7, 70 Souliard, 8 Sourwine, 66 Spangenberg, 0 Spangler, 10, 1, , 8, 67 Spannuth,

Sparling, 7 Specht, 1 Speicher, , , 8, 0, Spence, 66 Spessard, 7 Spicer, Spirow, Spitler, 6 Spitzer, 66 Sprecher, , 1 Sprenckel, Sprenkel, 7 Springer, 9 Springston, Sprinkle, Stabler, Stackhouse, Stage, 0 Stager, 7 Stahl, , , 8 Stähle, Stahly, , 8 Stapleton, 6 Staudt, 1 Staufer, 9, 70 Stauffer, 1, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 1, , 6, 7, 6, 70, 71 Stecher, Steel, 6 Steele, Steffe, 1 Steffen, 7 Steffy, 1, 1 Stehman, 0, 9 Steigerwalt, 8 Steiner, , 8, , 9, 8, 9, 1, 8 Steinmetz, 8 Stern, Sternbergh, 8 Stetler, 9 Steuart, 8 Steury, 8 Stevanus, 8 Stewart, Stickley, 7 Stober, 1, Stockwell, Stoever, , , 67 Stoffer, 1 Stoll, , 9, 71 Stoltzfoos, 1 Stoltzfus, , , , 9, 0, 1, , , 7, 9, 0, 1, , 1, , 69, 7 Stoner, 0, 1, , 6, 0, , 1, Stoneroad, 1 Stotler, 7 Stouffer, 7, 9, , 1, , 70 Stout, Stover, 1, 16, , 6, 8, , , 1, , 7 Strahl, 0 Strassburger, Strauss, 7, , 7 Strausser, Strawderman, 9 Strawn, Streicher, 1 Strickler, 9, , 0, 1 Strine, Strite, 0 Strode, 6 Stroh, 1 Stroup, 9 Strubhar, 9, 70 Strunck, Stuckey, 9, 7 Stucky, 7, Studer, 7 Stuff, 9 Stump, 8, 9, 7 Stutzman, , , , , , 8, 0, , 6, 7, 1, 1, 7 Styer, 1 Sudduth, Sudermann, 8, 0 Summers, 0, , Summey, 70 Summy, 71 Supplee, 6 Suter, , 7 Sutter, 7, 8, 9, 7 Swartley, , , , 7 Swartz, 0, 9, , Swartzendruber, 7, 8, 70

Swartzentruber, 0, 1, , 6, Swatzwalter, Sweigart, 8, 1, , 1 Sweitzer, 9 Swetnam, Swihart, Swingle, 0 Swob, Sypherd, 0 Taggart, Talmer, Taylor, , 0, , , 6, 6, 66 Teeter, Tekanin, 8 Teller, 1 Tennis, 7 Terrell, 9 Teter, 6 Theiss, 1 Thomas, 18, 8, 9, , 0, 0, 1, 9, 66 Thommen, 1 Thompson, 1, , , 8 Thorpe, 9 Thursh, Tice, , 1, , 7, 8, 1 Toews, 0 Tombaugh, Tomes, 7 Tompkins, 0 Toms, Townsend, Toyer, 8 Traub, Trautman, Trexler, 67 Trimble, , Trissel, Troemner, Trostle, 1 Trout, 8, 6, 9 Troutman, Troxel, 8, 1 Troyer, , , 1, , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 70 Truitt, 8 Trumbauer, 7 Trump, 1 Trunk, 6 Tschantz, , Tschopp, Tubman, 6 Tunes, 6 Turton, Twining, Tyson, 6, 1, 6, 7 Tysons, 8 Ulrich, 7, 0, Umble, , 69 Umholtz, 1 Ummel, Umstadt, 6 Unangst, Unruh, 7 Unzicker, , , 0, 7, 9 Updegrove, Van Bebber, 7 Van Foosen, 6 van Vissers, , 10 Vercler, 9 Verclers, Vernon, Vickers, 6 Virkler, 9, 9 Visser, 7 Vogt, 9 Volpel, 9 Voneida, 8 Voran, 7, 7 Wäber, Wächt, Wack, 6 Wadel, 1, Wagler, , , 1 Wagly, 7 Wagner, , 1, 7, 1, , 0, , 6, 67 Wagoner, Waite, Walborn, 1 Waldschmidt, 0, 9 Walker, 0, 1, 9 Wallace, 1 Waller, 0 Walmer,

Walti, Waltner, 7, 7 Walton, 1, Wampole, 7 Wanner, 8, , 8, 9, , , 1 Warfel, 7, , 9 Warkentin, 11, 7 Warner, Warren, 61 Warstler, 0 Washington, 17, 0 Watson, , 60, 81 Way, 7 Weachter, , 8, 67 Weatherholtz, 9 Weaver, , , 7, 11, 1, 1, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 6, 7, 8, 0, 1, , , 1, , , , 9, 69, 71, 7 Weaver-Zercher, Webb, 9 Weber, , , , 8, , , 6, 7, 9, 1, , , 7, 61, 6, 6, 7, 8 Wecht, Weddle, 7 Wedel, 7, 7 Wehrey, Weidler, 7 Weidman, 8 Weight, Weiler, 19, 8, 1, 61 Weiman, 7 Weimer, 9 Weinhold, 1 Weir, Weirich, 8 Weiser, Weiss, 9 Welk, Welty, 1, 16, 7 Wendel, 6 Wenger, 6, 7, 9, 11, 1, 7, 8, 9, 1, , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , 1, , 7, 9, 66, 70, 7 Wengerd, , 6 Wenrich, 0, 1 Werner, 8, 0 Wertenberger, Wertman, Wertz, , 71 Whanger, 1 Whetstone, Whilson, Whisler, 0, 1, Whitaker, 8, White, 7, 1, , 1 Whitmire, 8 Whitmore, 1 Widder, 1 Widmer, 9 Widrick, Wiest, 9 Wiggins, 0 Wilhelm, Wilke, Wilkenson, 0 Willems, Williams, 0, 1, , , , 9, 60, 6, 66 Williar, Willms, 0 Wilson, 0, , 8, 66 Woodward, 66 Wilson, 81 Wilt, Windemuth, Wine, 9, 0, , 66 Wines, Wingard, 8, 1, Wingert, 16, , 7 Winter, , 66 Winters, , 7 Wirth, Wise, 1, 8, 9, , 7 Wismer, , 7, 61 Withrow, 9 Witman, 1 Witmer, 8, 0, 1, , 7, 9, , 0, 1, , 9, 7 Wittel, Wittle, 1, Wittman, 66 Witwer, 6, 1 Wolf, , , 7, 1, 1, 6

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Wolfcale, 6 Wolfe, , 8 Wolford, 61 Wonsheim, Wood, 1, , 0 Woods, , 0 Woodside, Worrall, 66 Worst, Worthington, , 60 Wright, 0. 6 Wuesthoff, 0 Würgler, Wymann, Wysler, Yager, 6 Yancey, 9 Yardley, Yarnall, 66 Yeager, 1, , Yeakel, 7 Yeates, 0 Yergin, 8 Yocum, 0, 1 Yoder, , , , 6, 7, 8, 10, 1, 1, 1, 0, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 0, 1, , , 1, , 6, 67, 70, 71, 7 Yohn, 1 Yost, , Young, 1, , 1, , , , 8, 60 Yount, Yousey, 9, 1 Yundt, 9, 7, 1 Yunginger, 9 Yutzy, , Zahm, Zanders, 70 Zartman, 8 Zaugg, 1 Zehr, , 9, 1, , 61 Zehrbach, 1 Zeiset, 8, 8 Zeller, Zellers, 7 Zendt, 0 Zerbe, 1 Zerger, 7, 7 Zieber, 1 Ziegler, 1, , 9, , , 1, 7, 61 Zierlien, 8 Zigler, 8, Zimmer, 9 Zimmerman, , 11, 1, , , 8, 9, 0, 1, , , , , 6, 7, 8, 9, 1, , , 0, 1, , , 6, 7, 9, 6, 69, 71, 7 Zirkell, 7 Zirkle, 66 Zook, , , 7, 8, , 8, 9, 0, , , , , 6, 7, 8, 0, , 1, , 60, 70, 71, 7 Zuck, 1 Zuercher, 0, Zug, , 11, 9, 0, 1, 1, 6, 60

AUTHOR INDEX

Adams, Harry C., , 9, 61 Akerboom, Jack, 1, Albertsen, Karsten-Gerhard, 70 Alderfer, Joel D., 7 Aldrich, Margaret, 86 Aleman, Hannes Maria, , Allen, Desmond Walls, 6, 8, 9 Allen, John O., 81 Allert, Kathy, 17 Allerton, George, 8 Alpern, Andrew, 7 Amble, Becky, 8 Ammon, Richard, 16 Anderson, Adrienne, 8 Anderson, Candace E., 1, Anderson, Diane M., 0 Anderson, S. Chris, , Andrews, Edward Deming, 81 Andrews, George W., 0, , 1 Anspach, David, Anthenat, Kathy Smith, 8 Applebaum, Anne, 79 Apps, Jerry, 77 Arends, Marthe, 0 Arnold, Jackie Smith, 6 Arthaud, John Bradley, Dr., Arthur, Julia, 86 Arthur, Stephen, 86 Ashley, Leonard R. N., 9 Ashrose, Cara, 8 Augsburger, A. Don, 81, 8 Augsburger, Myron S., 8, 1 Axelrod, Alan, , 76 Baer, Lydia Kurtz, 7 Bagley, Nancy Funke, 8 Bahn, Gilbert S., 7 Bakeless, John, 7 Baker, Irene, 8, 1 Baker, Katherine, 1 Baker, Ruth F. Yoder, 9 Balhuizen, Anne Ross, , 8 Banner, Glenn, 8 Barkley, Terry, 1 Barlow, Ronald S., 7, 8, 8 Barnes, Emilie, 8 Barry, Jennifer, 8 Bartch, John, 70 Bartel, Siegfried, 10 Bartsch, Karl, 1 Baselt, Fonda, 8 Batdorf, Virginia, 8 Bates, Marlene S., 67 Baum, Keith, 8 Bauman, Elizabeth H., 7 Bauman, Violet, 8 Baxter, Angus, , 8 Beachy, E. R., Beachy, Ezra, 9, Beachy, Leroy, Beachy, Norma, Beachy, Thomas, 81 Beam, C. Richard, 76, 77, 8 Beck, Ervin, , 71 Beckary, Pete, 9 Becker, Ruth S., 7 Bedell, Barbara, 8 Beidler, James M., Beiler, Allen R., , Beiler, Florence B. Smoker, 6 Beiler, Ira, Bell, Carol Willsey, 60 Bell, Raymond M., 60 Bellingham, Mary, Bender, Carrie, 7, 9, 10, 11, 1, Bender, Don, 1 Bender, Esther, 1 Bender, Harold S., 7 Bender, Mildred, 1 Bender, Ruth, 80 Bender, Titus, 1 Bender, Wilbur J., 7 Benner, Cheryl A., 16, 8 Bentley, Elizabeth Petty, , Bentz, Edna M., Bercot, David S., 6 Berg, Elizabeth, 8 Berger, Gilda, 0 Berger, Melvin, 0 Berger-Knorr, Lawrence, 0, 1 Bergey, David H., 6 Berkebile, Don H., 7 Bertram, Christene Lambert, 6 Best, Jane Evans, Bethel, Helen, Betz, Herbert J., Dr., 78 Betz, Rosemarie H., 9 Beyer, George R., 6 Bieber, Charles M., 1 Billingsley, Carolyn, 6, 8 Bird, Michael S., 61 Birdsell, Sandra, 10 Birmelin, John, 17, 18 Bittinger, Emmert, 66 Bittinger, Lucy Forney, 6 Blank, Ben S., Blankenbaker, John, Blatt, Luella E., 6 Blatt, Milton K., 6 Blosser, Timothy Hobert, 8 Bockstruck, Lloyd DeWitt, 8 Bogardus, Karin, v Bogardus, Ray, 17 Boldt, Andrea, 7 Bolter, Joy David, 1 Bonson, James, Bonson, Vivian, Booth, Dottie, 81 Borkholder, Owen E., Borntrager, Dan J., 9 Borntrager, Mary Christner, 7, 8, 11, 1, 1 Bowman, Carl F., , , 1, 7 Boyd, Veda, 1, 76, 8 Boyer, Carl, III, 6 Brackbill, Betsy Martin, 1 Bradley, John, , Brady, Jere E., 6 Brandt, Edward R., , 7 Braun and Schneider, 79 Braun, Bev Kirschner, 8 Bremer, Ronald, Breneman, Charles D., 6 Brewer, Mary Marshall, 9 Bridgens, H. F., 67 Brintzenhoff, Karlene, 7 Brintzenhoff, Keith, 7 Brock, Robert L., Brown, Alice Cooke, 77 Brown, Joshua R., 76 Brown, Pam, 1 Brown, Shirley M., 0 Brown, Vandella, 8 Brubaker, Beryl H., 6 Brubaker, Carolyn Horst, 6 Brubaker, Dale L., 0 Brubaker, Landis H., 9 Brubaker, Marwin E., Brubaker, Noah, 1 Brunk, Emily, 70 Bryant, Carol, 0 Burdge, Edsel, Jr., 69 Burgert, Annette K., , ,, 6, , 60, 6, 66 Burke, Susan M., 79 Burkett, Brigitte, CGRS, Burkett, Jerri Lynn, 7 Burkholder, Lester K., 6, 7 Burkholder, Mabel, 9

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Mast, Lois Ann, , , 6, 7, 0, , 8 Mathews, Edward, 1, 7 Matishen, Victoria, 7 Matthews, Rex O., 8 Matthews, Tony, 9 Maust, Ada, Maust, Alvin L., 1 Maust, Edna Miller, 1 Maust, Evan, McClure, Rhonda, 0 McCrea, Kenneth D., 6, 6 McCusker, John, 80 McDaniel, Linda Kay Stephens, McGinnis, Carol, 6 McGovern, Ann, 17, 18 McGrady, L. J., 6 McKee, Wilma, 79 McManus, Stephen, Mease, Gladys Price Nyce, 8 Meier, Judith, 1 Meldrum, Charlotte, Mellinger, Rhoda J., 8 Melnyk, Marcia Yannizze, 9 Menten, Ted, 78 Messimer, Claire, 80 Miller, Barbara Nissley, 9 Miller, Betty, Miller, David, Miller, David E., 6 Miller, David L., 7 Miller, Edna, 1 Miller, Ella J., Miller, Emanuel J., Miller, Evie Yoder, 8 Miller, Henry C., 0, Miller, Henry N., 1 Miller, J. Virgil, , 8, 66 Miller, Jacob M., Miller, Jakob, 8 Miller, Jewel, 1 Miller, Joel B. committee, 7 Miller, Joseph S., 11, 71 Miller, Joyce, 1 Miller, Judith, 76 Miller, Julia A., Miller, Larry D., Miller, Leroy, 80 Miller, Levi, , 7 Miller, Lillian L., 9 Miller, Lydia Ann, 8 Miller, Marcus, 71 Miller, Miriam, Miller, Oscar R., 9 Miller, Rebecca W., Miller, Reuben Z., 11, 71 Miller, Richard L., , 7 Miller, Roman J., 6 Miller, Ruth Bixel, 10 Miller, Thomas, 80 Mills, Elizabeth Shown, , 7 Milner, Anita Cheek, 6 Minert, Roger P., Ph.D., A. G., , , , , 6, 7, 8, , Mitchell, Brian, 68 Mohler, George, 1 Moist, Kenneth F., 6 Montgomery, Morton L., 1, 7 Moore, Ruth Nulton, 7, 8 Moore, Sally, Morgan, Richard, 8 Morris, Edmund, 1 Morrison, Ross I., Sr., 7, 8, 6, 6 Morrow, Merilyn B. Fike, 9 Mosemann, John H., 9 Mosemann, Ruth, 9 Moss, Dot, Moss, P. Buckley, 19 Moyer, Dennis, 78 Moyer, Dona, 9 Moyer, Earl, 9 Mull, Anne, 8 Mumaw, Evelyn King, 10, 11 Munger, Donna B., 6 Munro, Ken, 16, 17, 18, 19, 0 Murphy, Carol Worthington, 1 Musselman, Bruce P., 1 Musser, Marie Purnell, 77 Myers, Sarah E., Myers, Thomas G., , 60 Mylin, Barbara Kendig, 8 Nagurny, Kyle, Neagles, James C., 8 Neff, William A., 9

Neidermyer, Linda, 1 Nein, Jacqueline B., Nelson, Jem Nolt, 1 Neubauer, Joan R., 77 Neufeld, Justina D., 8 Neufeld, William I., 7 Neuschwanger, Barbara L., Neuschwanger, Weldon D., Newhall, Beaumont, 77 Newman, Harry Wright, 60 Newman, Susan, 8 Newport, Theodore, 16 Newswanger, Donald, Ney, M. K., 11 Nicholaus, Bret, 8 Nichols, Beach, 67 Nickles, Greg, 0 Nissley, D. Lowell, 1 Niswander, Joanne Vercler, Nolt, Steven M., , , 7, 78 Novinger, James G., Novy, Frederick George, Dr., 0 Nunley, Debbie, 6 O'Dell, Cecil, 63 O'Neal, Debbie Trafton, 84 Obier, Norma Hamstead, Oertel, Burkhart, Prof. Dr., Oiver, Mark T., 7 Oke, Janette, 18 Okie, Katharine Z., 86 Olshan, Marc, Osborne, Joseph F., Osborne, Mary Pope, 1 Osiol, Michael J., 6 Otto, Carolyn, 19 Otto, Henry, Mr. & Mrs., 1 Oyer, John S., 6, 7 Palen, Margaret Krug, Papenfuse, Edward, 60, 67 Parker, David G., 77 Paup, Brenda L., 8 Paup, David A., 8 Peachey, Samuel M., 9 Peachey, Samuel W., Pearson, Alfred J., 6 Peden, Monty C., , Pelling, George, Pellman, Hubert R., 0 Pellman, Kenneth, , 86 Pellman, Rachel Thomas, 1, 86 Pendleton, Philip E., 61 Pennell, Kathleen, 16, 18, 19 Perkins, George A., Mrs., Peters, Galen, 6 Petersen, William J., 6 Petersheim, Esther L., 8 Petersheim, Melvin, Peterson, James C., 6 Petrofske, Mary T., 6 Petrov, Serguei, 8 Plank, J. Donald, Plett, Delbert, 7 Poling, Newton L., 9, , , 8, Poling, Virginia Smith, 9, , , 8, 9, Polking, Kirk, 86 Pollak, Emil, 8 Pollak, Martyl, 8 Powell, Esther Weygandt, Pripps, Robert N., 7, 8 Prucha, Francis Paul, Ptak, Diane Snyder, 8 Puhek, Glenda, 8 Quinn, Sean E., 7 Rabe, Robert, Raber, Boots, 10, 6 Raber, Clara S. Jennings, 1 Raber, Merrill, 10, 6 Raitz, Karl, 60 Ranck, Dawn J., 1 Ranck, Joanne, 86 Raymond, Eleanor, 77 Read, Maureen Hay, 8 Reaman, George Elmore, 6 Reamy, Martha, Redcay, Ruth M., 0 Redekop, Calvin W., 7 Reed, Anna Weaver, 6 Reed, Dennis, 10 Reeder, Josh, 6 Reeser, Robert L., 70 Regehr, Ted D., 7 Reid, Judith Prowse, Reiff, Amos H., 1 Reiff, Eli E., Jr., 1

Reiff, Eli M., 69 Reiff, Harry E., 1 Reimer, Al, 7 Reimer, Shirley J., 6 Reinford, Wilmer L., 8 Renkin, Jenne, Rettew, L. D. "Bud," 66 Reynolds, Patrick M., 6 Reynolds, Ralph D., M.D., 7 Rhoads, Marion Nagle, 7 Rhoads, Melvin H., 1 Rhoads, Paul L., 1 Rhodes, Stephen B., Rice, George, 0 Rice, Phillip A., . 6 Rice, Tim, 69 Rich, Elaine Sommers, 1, 7 Richard, Kent E., 9, 0 Richards, Janet Keller, 6 Richards, Matthias Henry, 6 Richardson, Hazel, 18 Richman, Irwin, 81 Riehl, Susie, Ries, Linda A., Riesenman, Joseph, Jr., 60 Riffe, Fred J., 1 Rineer, A. Hunter, Jr., Roach, Hannah Benner, 1, Robinson, Mona, 9 Rodes, David S., 66 Roes, Marion, Rogers, Evelyn Hawkshaw, Rohrer, Mary R., Mrs., Roots, Schuyllkill, 6 Rose, Christine, , 6 Rosenbluth, Vera, 8 Rost-Holtz, Amy, 78, 81 Roth, Eileen, 8 Roth, Glen A., 71 Roth, John D., , , 6, 69, 7 Roth, Lorraine, Roth, Ruth Mast, 71 Roupp, Paul Ervin, , 1 Rowlands, John, 6, 7 Rowlands, Sheila, 6, 7 Rubincam, Milton, 7 Rudy, John H., 7, 8 Rupel, Esther Fern, 1 Rupp, Israel Daniel, , Ruth, John L., , 69, 7, 88 Ruth, Roma J., 6 Rutt, Mary E., Ryan, Carol Bechtel, 11 Rylant, Cynthia, 19 Sagraves, Barbara, 7 Salmon, Marylynn, 80 Salzman, Anna Ruth, Sandler, Martin W., 18, 19 Sanger, S. F., 1 Sangrey, Abram Warfel, 1 Santoro, Christopher, 1 Sappington, Roger E., 1 Sauder, Elizabeth W., 1 Sauder, Roy E., Mrs., Sauder, Ruth, 9, 11 Sauer, Walter, 18 Sayler, Esther Deckert, 70 Saylor, Stewart R., Schaefer, Christina K., 0, , , Schafer, Louis, 8 Schapansky, Henry, 7, 7 Schemenauer, Elma, 7 Schiffer, Margaret Berwind, 6 Schiffer, Peter Berwind, Schimpky, David, 16, 17, 18 Schlabach, Alice, 7 Schlabach, Ervin, Schlabach, Martha, 7 Schlabach, Theron F., 7 Schlabach, Verna, Schlissel, Lillian, 8 Schmauk, Theodore, E., Schmeck, Ronald Ray, 1 Schneck, Marcus, 1, Schneider, David B., Schoel, Doris R., Dr., 78 Schrader-Muggenthaler, Cornelia, , 7 Schrag, Dale, Schuler, Stanley, 7 Schuricht, Herrmann, 7 Schwalm, Glenn P., Dr., , 67 Schwantes, Carlos Arnaldo, 80 Schwarze, Nathaniel, Scogna, Kalli M., 6

Scogna, Kathy M., , 6 Scott, Joshua, 67 Scott, Stephen E., , , 71 Searight, Thomas, 61 Seibert, Peter Swift, 80 Seitz, Blair, 6 Seitz, Ruth Hoover, , 6, 6 Sensenig, D. M., Sensenig, Daniel M., 11, 71 Sensenig, J. Carol, 1 Sensenig, Leonard E., 8 Sensenig, Marlin E., Seuss, Dr., 86 Shammas, Carole, 80 Shank, Esther H., 1 Shank, Norwood F., 1 Sharp, John E., 70 Shawker, Thomas H., Dr., 8 Shea, John G., 80 Shea, Jonathan D., Sheets, Georg R., 6 Shenk, John H., 9 Shenk, John S., II, 0 Shenk, Pamela, Sherer, Quin, 8 Sherins, Audrey, 8 Sherk, Lyle, 1 Sherk, Morris N., 9 Shertzer, Richard, 1 Shetler, Margaret, 10, 70 Shirk, Anna Martin, 9 Shirk, Erica Hege, 6 Shirk, John B., 70 Shirk, Sarah Elizabeth, 1, Shirk, Willis L., Jr., Shively, Julie, 80 Shmakin, Sergey, 7 Shoemaker, Alfred L., 76, 78 Showalter, Angela, 10 Showalter, John R., 6, 7 Showalter, Mary Emma, 1 Showalter, Roy Moab, 70 Shuey, William, 0 Shull, Wilma, 7 Silverman, Sharon Hernes, Sims, Clifford S., 6 Sipe, C. Hale, 8 Sipe, Karen V., Skiles, Anna, 7 Skordas, Gust, Slabach, Gertrude M., 6 Slabaugh, John Mark, 8 Sloane, Eric, 7, 78, 81 Smith, A. G., 16, 17, 78 Smith, Alonna F., 9, 80 Smith, Anna, Smith, C. Henry, 7 Smith, Clifford Neal, Smith, Debra D., 66 Smith, Elizabeth A., Smith, Elmer L., , 7, 77, 78, 79, 80, 81, 8 Smith, Elsdon C., Smith, Eunice Geil, 0 Smith, Hugh Alan, 1 Smith, John P., 0 Smith, Juliana S., Smith, Kenneth L., , Smucker, Barbara, 9, 19 Smucker, David J. Rempel, Smucker, Esther F., Smucker, Silas J., 9 Snader, Raymond, 9 Snagrey, Abram W., 6 Snyder, C. Arnold, , 6 Soltow, Willow Ann, 86 Soulliard, Sue Kohl, 8 Sowers, Gladys Bucher, 9, Spangenburg, Oren Edward, 0 Spangenburg, Robert Maurice, 0 Spayd, Alice, 80 Spence, Linda, 6 Sperry, Kip, 7 Spicer, Larry D., Springer, Joe, Springer, Nelson P., 71 Sprunger, Gordon T., 8 Stackley, Muriel T., 70 Stahl, Rachel K., Stangarone, John H., Sr., Stark, Les, 7 Stauffer, Enos E., 1 Stauffer, Ezra N., Stauffer, H. Romaine, 9 Stauffer, Janice E., 1 Stauffer, Louella S., 1

Stauffer, Mabel Musser, 7, 76 Stauffer, Romaine, 6, 9 Stauffer, Yvonne M., 1 Steadman, Barbara, 17 Steffy, Jan, 19 Stein, Gloria Sananes, 11, 77 Stephani, Julie, 8 Stevens, Carla, 8 Stickland, Sue, 79 Stockham, Peter, 81 Stoesz, Edgar, 70 Stoever, John Casper, Stoll, Joseph, 8, 8 Stoltzfus, Freiman F., 16 Stoltzfus, Grant M., Stoltzfus, Irma Hess, Stoltzfus, Loretta "Jane," Stoltzfus, Louise, , , 1, 7 Stoltzfus, Martha, 9, 11 Stoltzfus, Miriam, 69 Stoltzfus, Ruth Brunk, 1 Strangstad, Lynette, Strassburger, Ralph Beaver, Strite, James L., 0 Strite, Russell B., 0 Stryker-Rodda, Harriet, 6, 8 Stucky, Naomi R., 1 Studer, Gerald C., 7 Stutzman, Ervin R., Suter, Patricia, 8 Swailes, Brett, 7 Swartzentruber, Mary Jane, 0 Sweigart, Jean, 0 Swem, Earl G., 67 Swinson, Gary Eugene, Switala, William J., 66 Swope, Wilmer D., Szucs, Loretto Dennis, , 8, Table Singers, 7, 76, 79, 80, 8 Taylor, Dale, 8 Taylor, Eric K., 6 Taylor, Frances Cloud, 6 Taylor, Maureen A., 7, 8 Taylor, Robert M., Jr., 8 Teibel, Beverly Elizabeth, 60 Tekavec, Heather, 7 Tennis, Karen, 7 Terhune, Jim, 8 Texter, Joan, Tharpe, Dorothy Nace, 1 Thiessen, Edna Schroeder, 10 Thode, Ernest, , , Thomas, Jean Miller, 80 Thompson, Donald, Thompson, Marjie, 78 Throop, Eugene F., 6 Tierney, Tom , 16 Tiessen, Isaac, 7 Tobin, Jacqueline L, 79 Toews, Aron A., 7 Toews, John B., 7 Toews, Paul, 7, 7 Tolzmann, Don Heinrich, 6 Torrence, Clayton, 66 Treese, Lorett, 6, 8 Tritt, Donald G., 8 Trostle, Vickie Elaine Waite, Trout, Jennifer L., 76, 77 Troutman, Eric H., Troutman, Steve E., Troyer, B. N., Tuttle, Craig A., 7 Ulrich, Lloyd G., 1 Ulrich, Raymond N., 8 Umble, Diane Zimmerman, Umble, R. Clair, 69 Umble, Roy H., Uncapher, Wendy K., , , , , 67 Urry, James, 7 van Braght, Thieleman J., Vernon, Louise A., 11, 1 Victor-Rood, Juliette, 6 Virdin, Donald O., 6 Voth, Norma Jost, 1, 7 Wagler, David, Waite, Frances W., 9 Wallace, Paul A. W., , 8 Watring, Anna Miller, Wayland, John W., 66 Weaver, Anne Kaufman, 8 Weaver, Barbara Ann, 8 Weaver, David M., 8 Weaver, Irene, 17 Weaver, J. Denny, Weaver, Laura, 0

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Weaver, Lester M., 9 Weaver, Luke H., 8, 69 Weaver, Mabel Sauder, Weaver, Martha Kauffman C., 69 Weaver, Martin G., 7 Weaver, Paul M., Weaver, R. Clair, , Weaver, Robert Martin, 8 Weaver, Samuel, 0 Weaver, Sarah M., 11 Weaver, Wayne M., Weaver, William Woys, , 8 Weaver-Zercher, David L., Weber, Dale K., 0 Weber, Lester G., Weber, Lester, 8 Weber, Nellie B., 77 Weber, Richard R., 1, Weber, Verlene Vaughn, 0 Weiser, Frederick Sheely, 6, 66, 79, 81 Weitzman, David, 8 Wellauer, Maralyn A., 6 Welsh, Janet Snyder, 7

Welty, Eudora, 1 Wenger, A. Grace, 70 Wenger, J. C., 70, 71, 7, 7 Wenger, Joseph H., 6 Wenger, Norman R., 66 Wenger, Samuel E., , 6, , 7, 9, , 7, 6 Wenger, Samuel S., Wesner, Doris, Westcott, Thompson, 60 Wevodau, Epdward N., 0 Whanger, Thomas Richard, 1 Wiebe, Christoph, Wiebe, Gerhard, 7 Wiebe, Katie Funk, 7 Wiggin, Eric, 8 Wilder, Effie Leland, 12 Wilkes, Angela, Wilkinson, Rosemary, 86 Williams, F. Colin, Williams, Oliver P., , Williamson, Denise, 8, 1 Willms, Peter A., 0 Willoughby, William G., 1

Windle, Spencer L., 7 Wine, Dennis H., Winquist, Alan H., 6 Wisdom, Emma J., 8 Wise, Betty Jane Bennetch, 9 Wise, David Lee, 9 Witmer, Kathryn M., 7 Wittel, Kim Y., , 66 Woerth, Amy Jo, 8 Wojtaskik, Ted, 11 Wolf, Janice Susanna, 9 Wolfert, Marion, 6 Wolfman, Ira, Wood, Robert, 6 Wood, Stacy B. D., Jr., Woodroofe, Helen Hutchison, Woods, Paula, 8 Wray, John H., 6 Wright, F. Edward, 0, 1, , , , 9, 60, 6, 67 Wright, Matthew, Wright, Meredith, 78 Wright, Raymond S., III, , Wyand, Florence,

Wyand, Jeffrey, Wyse, Lois, 8 Xakellis, Martha J., 6 Yarnall, Elizabeth L., 1 Yoder, Arletha, Yoder, Bennie C., 0 Yoder, Christian T., Yoder, Cynthia, 7, 69 Yoder, Dale, 1 Yoder, Don, 6, 77, 78, 79, 81 Yoder, Elmer S., , 69, 80 Yoder, Elwood E., 11 Yoder, Emanuel H., 1 Yoder, Ernest, 9 Yoder, Esther Mable, 9 Yoder, Floyd, 11 Yoder, Greg, 6, 7 Yoder, Holly Blosser, 7 Yoder, James D., 7, 8, 10, 11, 1, 1 Yoder, John Howard, Yoder, Joseph W., 1 Yoder, M. Marie, 0 Yoder, Mollie, 11, 16, 0

Yoder, Omar C., Dr., Yoder, Paton, Yoder, Paul H., 0 Yoder, Richard H., 6 Yoder, Rose Edna, 0 Yoder, Verna, Yoder, Willa, 9 Youndt, Henry L., 8, 78 Young, Jim, 1 Zepp, Maryann, Ziegler, Jessie, Ziegler, Vivian S., 10, 1 Zimmerman, Adin N., 69 Zimmerman, Enos N., 9, 0 Zimmerman, Ervin M., 9 Zimmerman, Ezra, 9 Zimmerman, Gary J., 6 Zimmerman, Grace A., Zimmerman, Maria, 9 Zimmerman, Thomas C., 18 Zook, Lois Ann, 0, , 8, 67 Zook, Lois Martin, 7 Zurcher, Isaac, ,

TITLE INDEX

A is for Amish, 16 A To Zax: A Comprehensive Dictionary for Genealogists and Historians, 43 ABC Hornbook, 86 Abraham and Susan (Alderfer) Price Family, The, 28 Abstracts of Adams County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 18001826, 50 Abstracts of Berks County, Pennsylvania Wills, 17851800, 50 Abstracts of Berks County, Pennsylvania Wills, 18001825, 50 Abstracts of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 16851785, 50 Abstracts of Chester County, Pennsylvania, Land Records, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books AA, BB, CC, DD), 1784-1791, Vol. 4, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books EE, FF, GG, HH) 1786-1797, Vol. 5, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books II, KK, LL, MM, NN) 1788-1793, Vol. 6, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania Deed Records (Books N-Q) . . . Deeds Recorded 17701789, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books R, S, T, U) . . . Deeds Recorded 1774-1789, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Deed Records (Books W, X, Y, Z) Including Areas Now Comprising Dauphin and Lebanon Counties, 17791786, Vol. 3, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Orphans Court Records, 1742-1767, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Orphans Court Records, 1768-1782, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Orphans Court Records, 1782-1791, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 50 Abstracts of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, Wills: 1821-1830, 50 Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills, 1682-1726, 50 Abstracts of Philadelphia County Wills, 1726-1747, 50 Abstracts of Public Records, Northampton County, Pennsylvania (Surrounding Counties), 1727-1779, 51 Abstracts of South Central Pennsylvania Newspapers, 51 Abstracts of York County, Pennsylvania, Wills, 17491819, 51 Acid-Free Tissue, 49 Adam Miller and Barbara Koger Family Record of Massanutten, Today Elkton Virginia, 28 Adams County Church Records of the 18th Century, 51 Additions to Troxell and Shisler Families, 28 Address Book for Germanic Genealogy, 22 Address on the Early Settlement of the Valley of Pequea, Delivered, An, 51 Adventure in Europe; The 2004 European Heritage Tour, An, 22 Advertisements and Notices of Interest From Norristown, Pa., Newspapers, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, 51 Affair of the Heart, 6 Agricultural Schedules and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: Brecknock Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 51 Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: Caernarvon Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 51 Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 51 Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880, East Cocalico Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 51 Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: East Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 51 Agricultural and Federal Census Schedules, 1850-1880: West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 51 Alaska Coloring Book, 16 Albrechts, The, 28 Alde Deitsche Lieder: A Collection of Pennsylvania German Folk Songs, 74 All God's Children, 1899-1999: Philadelphia Mennonites of Lancaster Conference, 69 All-American Sampler, 86 Alphabetical Listing of Burials and Gravestone Transcriptions of Groffdale Mennonite Church Cemetery, West Earl Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 51 Alsace-Lorraine Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes, 22 Alsace-Lorraine: Atlantic Bridge to Germany, 22, 67 Alsatian Connections, Vol. I, 22 Amazing Story of the Ausbund, The, 2 America as Seen By Its First Explorers: The Eyes of Discovery, 75 America's Best Genealogy Resource Centers, 43 American Axes, 75 American Barns, 75 American Barns and Covered Bridges, 75 American Carriages, Sleighs, Sulkies, and Carts, 75 American Census Handbook, The, 43 American Copper & Brass, 75 American Family of the Pilgrim Period: Paper Dolls in Full Color, 16 American Fireplace: Chimneys, Mantelpieces, Fireplaces, and Accessories, The, 75 American Genealogical Research at the DAR, Washington, D.C., 43 American Gunsmith, The, 75 American Mennonites in the Great War, 1914-1918, 69 American Mennonites: Tracing the Development of the (Old) Mennonite Church, The, 69 American Migration Guide, 67 American One-Room Schoolhouse, The, 75 American Outhouse Memories, 75 American Pewterer: His Techniques and His Products, The, 75 American Place Names of Long Ago, 75 American Sailing Ships: Their Plans and History, 75 American Surnames, 43 American West in the Nineteenth Century, The, 75 Amish and Amish-Mennonite Genealogies, 2 Amish and Their Neighbours, The German Block, Wilmot Township 1822-1860, The, 2 Amish Arts of Lancaster County, 2 Amish Children, 2 Amish Cooking For Kids, 16 Amish Cooking, 21 Amish Enterprise: From Plows to Profits, 2 Amish Folk Artist Barbara Ebersol: Her Life, Fraktur, and Death Record Book, 2 Amish Harmonica CD, 2 Amish History of Dauphin County, Pennsylvania, 1978-1995, 2 Amish History of Southern Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 1940-1992, 2 Amish Houses and Barns, 2 Amish Immigrants of Waldeck and Hesse, 2 Amish in America: Settlements That Failed, 1840-1960, The, 2 Amish in Daviess County, Indiana, The, 2 Amish in Eastern Ohio, 2 Amish in Switzerland and Other European Countries, The, 2 Amish in Their Own Words, The, 2 Amish Justice, 16 Amish Life, 2 Amish Mennonites in Germany: Their Congregations, the Estates Where They Lived, Their Families, 22 Amish Music Variety: Hymns to Harmonica, 2 Amish Nativity: Complete Projects and Instructions, An, 86 Amish of Kishacoquillas Valley, Mifflin County, Pennsylvania, 2 Amish Pioneers of the Walnut Creek Valley, 2 Amish Quilt Coloring Book, An, 16 Amish Quilt Patterns, 86 Amish Quilt, The, 86 Amish Quilts: A Book of Postcards, 2, 86 Amish School, The, 3 Amish Society, 3 Amish Struggle With Modernity, The, 3 Amish Values: Wisdom That Works, 3 Amish Wedding, An, 16 Amish Women: Lives and Stories, 3 Amish, Mennonite, & Hutterite Story, The, 2, 69, 88 Amish, The, 2 Amish: A People of Preservation, The, 2, 88 Amish: Origin and Characteristics, 1693-1993, The, 2 Amish; Why They Enchant Us, The, 3 Amishman Travels Around the World: The Life of Jonathan B. Fisher, 3 Amish-Mennonites of Waldeck and Wittgenstein, The, 22 Amos H. Funk: My Life and Love for the Land, 6 Anabaptist and Reformation in Switzerland, 5 Anabaptist and Reformed Walking Tours of the Cities of Zürich and Bern, Switzerland, Volume 1, 5, 22 Anabaptist Chronology (Chart), 5 Anabaptist Currents: History in Conversation With the Present, 5 Anabaptist Families From Langnau, Switzerland, 17491875, 5, 22

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Anabaptist History and Theology: An Introduction, 5 Anabaptist Letters From 1635 to 1645: Translation From the Ausbund, 5 Anabaptist Timeline, 5 Anabaptist Visions for the New Millennium: A Search for Identity, 5 Anabaptist World USA, 69 Anabaptist-Mennonite Names in Switzerland, 5, 22 Anabaptist-Mennonites Nationwide USA, 69 Ancestor Charts, 49 Ancestors and Descendants of Amos W. Martin and Elizabeth H. Martin, The, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Bishop John Blosser, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of David Franklin Greiner of Mount Joy Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Eli and Fannie (Troyer) Nisly, 1864-2005, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Henry M. Hoover and Barbara W. Nolt, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Isaac B.Weaver and Barbara H. Nolt, The, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Joseph Nice (1791-1874) and His Wife, Mary Clemmer (1794-1882), The, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Martin H. Martin and Lydia Martin, 1846-1990, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Menno C. Beachy and Fannie Christner, The, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Michael and Lydia Sensenig, 1814-1989, The, 28 Ancestors and Descendants of Samuel King Petersheim and Malinda Stoltzfus Mast, The, 28 Ancestors in German Archives; A Guide To Family History Sources, 22, 43 Ancestors of Bishop Uriah A. Mast and Lizzie J. Slagaugh and Their Descendants, 28 Ancestral Line of John Musser Weber and Descendants of John Musser Weber and Elizabeth (Gehman) Weber, 28 Ancestry and Descendants of Aaron Weaver Martin and Susanna "Susie" Hollinger Weaver, 28 Ancestry Family Historian's Address Book, The, 43 Annie's Day of Light, 6 Anniversary History of the Family of John "Hannes" Miller, Sr., 28 Another Hand on Mine; The Amazing Story of Dr. Carl K. Becker, the Pennsylvania Doctor Who Gave Up Everything to Become a Missionary Doctor in Congo, 6 Anticipating Paradise: An Introduction to the Ephrata Cloister (video), 51, 88 Antique Tool Collector's Guide to Value, The, 75 Appearing of Christ and the Return of Christ, The, 75 Architecture of the Pennsylvania Dutch Country, 17001900, 75 Archival Paper Photo Corners, 49 Archival Photo Album, 49 Archival Photo Album Pages, 49 Aren't We Having Fun Dying?!, 6 Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Vol. IX, Saxony/Sachsen: Kingdom Province Thuringen/Thuringia Nini Duchies, The, 67 Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Vol. V, Schleswig-Holstein, Bremen, and Hamburg, The, 67 Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Vol. VI, Mecklenburg, The, 67 Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Vol. VII, Northrhine-Westphalia, The, 67 Atlantic Bridge to Germany, Vol. VIII, Prussia, The, 67 Atlas of Adams Co., Pennsylvania, 67 Atlas of County Boundary Changes in Virginia, 16341895, 67 Atlas of York County, Pennsylvania, 67 Ausbund and Lieder Sammlung Songs with Shape Notes, 3 Back Part of Germantown: A Reconstruction, The, 51 Backroads of Pennsylvania, 51 Baden Emigration Book (including emigration from Alsace), The, 23 Baden Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes, 23 Baden: Atlantic Bridge to Germany, 23, 67 Baptismal Records of Jerusalem Lutheran and Reformed Church, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 51 Barbara: Sarah's Legacy, 7 Barn Savers, 16 Batdorf Family History, The, 28 Battle of Brandywine, The, 51, 88 Bauman Letters, The, 28

Bavaria Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes, 23 Beachy Amish Mennonite Fellowship Churches, The, 69 Becca, 16 Becoming an Accredited Genealogist; Plus 100 Tips to Ensure Your Success, 43 Becoming Anabaptist, 5 Beechwood Acres, 7 Beginner's Guide to Germanic Genealogy, 23 Beginner's Guide to Using Tax Lists, The, 43 Beginning Quilting Kit, 87 Beginning Your Family History in Great Britain, 23 Beginnings: The History and Genealogy of an AmishMennonite Family From New York, 28 Beliefs and Superstitions of the Pennsylvania Germans, 75 Beliefs of the Early Brethren, The, 15 Beliefs: Mennonite Faith and Practice, 69 Bennage-Bennetch Family History, 1732-1985, The, 29 Berks County Annals, 51 Berks County, [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 1, 51 Berks County, [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 2, 51 Berks County, [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 3, 52 Berks County, [Pennsylvania] Church Records of the 18th Century, Vol. 4, 52 Berks County, Pennsylvania, Amish Yoder Heritage Tour, 3, 51 Berks County­­The 19th Century and Before, 52 Bern Church Record: Bern Township, Berks County, Pennsylvania, 52 Bernese Anabaptists and Their American Descendants, 23, 69 Beside the Still Waters, 7 Best of Amish Cooking, The, 21 Best of Mennonite Fellowship Meals, The, 21 Best of Roots & Branches, The, 43 Betrayal, The, 7 Betty Girl and Other Animal Stories, 7 Beyond Germanna, 23 Bible Talk Conversation Cards, 75 Big Book of Farm Tractors: The Complete History of the Tractor, 1855 to Present, The, 75 Biographical Annals of Franklin County, Pennsylvania, 52 Biographical History of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 52 Birch Hollow Schoolmarm, 7 Bird in the Hand, 16 Bishop Jonas H. Martin: His Life and Genealogy, 29 Bit of Heaven on the Conestoga, A, 7 Blacksmith, The, 16 Blough Family History, 29 Blue Feather's Vision, 16 Blue Ridges, Green Valleys, and Graybills, 29 Bomberger, Lancaster, County Roots, 1722-1986, 29 Book of Family Fun, The, 83 Book of Myself: A Do-It-Yourself Autobiography in 201 Questions, The, 83 Book of Your Own: Keeping a Diary or Journal, A, 83 Books of Ruth, The, 7 Boston Tea Party, 16 Both Sides of the Ocean, 3, 23 Bottles . . . A Sampler of the Collectibles, 75 Boycott Disunity!, 75 Branch of the Snaders: Descendants of Daniel H. Snader (1866-1899) and Mary Rissler (1868-1939), A, 29 Branch of the Zimmerman Offspring of Glause Zimmerman in Europe and His Children Who Came From Europe, A, 29 Branches of the Beachy Tree, 29 Brandenburg Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical and Reverse Alphabetical Indexes, 23 Brandywine, The, 52 Braunschweig, Oldenburg, and Thuringia Place Name Indexes: Identifying Place Names Using Alphabetical Indexes, 43 Brenneman, History, The, 29 Brenneman-Keagy Roots and Branches, 29 Archival Photo Album, 49 Brethren Beginnings, 15 Brethren Dress: A Testimony To Faith, 15 Brethren Encyclopedia, The, 15 Brethren Encyclopedia, Volume 4, The, 15 Brethren From Gimbsheim in the Palatinate to Ephrata and Bermudian in Pennsylvania, 23

Brethren Heritage Tour: Switzerland, France, Germany, the Netherlands, 15, 88 Brethren in Colonial America, The, 15 Brethren in the New Nation, The, 15 Brethren Society: The Transformation of a "Peculiar People", 15 Bridgens' 1864 Atlas of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 67 Bright Morning: Best of the Table Singers, Vol. 2­­CD, The, 73 Brook of Cherith; A Poetic Journey of Spiritual Maturity, 75 Brubakers and Their Lands in East Hempfield Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, The, 29 Bucher Family, 1681-1997, The, 29 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Vol. 2, 52 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Vol. 3, 52 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Church Records of the 17th and 18th Centuries: Vol. 4, 52 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Orphans' Court Records, 1685-1852, 52 Bucks County, Pennsylvania, Will Abstracts, 18251870, 52 Buena Vista Revisited, 52 Buffalo Valley History; History of the Groffdale Conference Mennonites in Union County, Pennsylvania, 1960-2004, 69 Building on the Gospel Foundation, 69 Bumper Sticker, 49 Button! Button!, 87 Buzz Saw, 87 By the Grace of God, 29 Byways of America, 75 Calm Before the Storm, 7, 74 Cancer Link is What You Drink, The, 75 Candymaker's Gift: The Inspirational Legend of the Candy Cane, The, 76 Care and Repair of Everyday Treasures, 76 Carl and Christina Miller Family, 29 Carmack's Guide to Copyright and Contracts, 43 Casselman Chronicle Forty-Year Index, Vol. I, No. 1, to Vol. XL, No. 2 (1961-2000), The, 52 Castle, 76 Cat's Cradle, 87 Catch the Fun, Catch the Laughter, Catch the Joy, 76 Cathedral: The Story of Its Construction, 76 Causes and History of the Emigration of the Mennonites from Russia to America, 74 Celebrating God's Faithfulness: Fifty Years at Sandy Hill Mennonite Church, 1947-1997, 69 Celebrating the Family: Steps to Planning a Family Reunion, 83 Cemeteries of Lancaster County, Pa., 52 Cemetery Records of Cambria and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania, Vol. V, 52 Cemetery Records of Cambria and Somerset Counties, Pennsylvania, Vol. VI, 52 Cemetery Records of Martic Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 52 Cemetery Research, 43 Census Book: A Genealogist's Guide to Federal Census Facts, Schedules and Indexes, The, 43 Census Index­­CD, 52 Center­­A Guide to Genealogical Research in the National Capital Area, The, 44 Central Market Cookbook, The, 21 Central Pennsylvania Marriages, 1700-1896, 52 Century of God's Leading . . . Narrative History of Goodville Mennonite Church, 1900-2000, A, 69 Chariots in the Smoke, 7 Chatterbox for Kids, 16 Chester County Historical Society, The, 52 Child's Day, A, 16 Children's Clothing of the 1800s, 16 Children's Early American Crafts, 76 Children's Early American Folklore, 76 Children's Historical Travel Games and Pastimes, 16 Children's Life in Colonial America, 16 Christ Little Tulpehocken Church­275 Year History, 1730-2005, 52 Christian Businessman's Perspective on Investments, A, 76 Christian Fike and His Descendants, 29 Christian Newcomer Letters, 7 Christian Schmucker, A Colonial Pennsylvania Farmer, 29 Christian Schmucker, Stalwart Pioneer, 29 Christian Strenge's Fraktur, 76

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Christian Strickler Sherk: His Ancestry and Descendants, 29 Christian Traveler's Guide to Germany, The, 23 Christmas Acappella: Mennonite Singing, 76 Christmas in Pennsylvania, 76 Christmas Program Ideas, 76 Christmas Story, The, 16 Christmas Surprise, The, 7 Christmas to Remember, A, 76 Christopher Dock, Colonial Schoolmaster: The Biography and Writings of Chrisopher Dock, 7 Chronicles of a Reformed Church in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, The, 52 Chronicles of Grace, 7 Churches and Cemeteries of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania­A Complete Guide, 52 Circus of Fear, 16 Civil War Research Guide, The, 44 Classic Jacks, 87 Classroom Games, 16 Clement Witmer Martin and Mary Zimmerman Martin, Ancestry and Descendants, 1858-1998, 29 Climbing Bear, 87 Clockmakers and Watchmakers of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, 53 Clothespin Doll Kit, 87 Coals of Fire, 7 Collected Church Records of Berks County, Pennsylvania, 53 Collecting Dead Relatives, 44 Collection of Upwards of 30,000 Names of Germans, Swiss, Dutch, French, and Other Immigrants in Pennsylvania From 1727 to 1776, A, 23, 53 Collector's Guide to Early Photographs, 76 Colonial Crafts, 76 Colonial Kids: An Activity Guide to Life in the New World, 16 Colonial Life, 76 Colonial Loom, 87 Colonial Maryland Naturalizations, 53 Colonial Philadelphians, 53 Colonial Silversmith: His Techniques and His Products, The, 76 Colonial Taxes, Bethel Township, Lancaster County, Penn