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Arkansas , Lawrence County - Family Maps of
Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Lawrence County, Arkansas, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. But it offers much more than that. For each township in the county, there are two additional maps accompanying the patent map: a road map and a map showing waterways, railroads, and both modern and many historical city-centers and cemeteries.
 
Included are indexes to help you locate what you are looking for, whether you know a person's name, a last name, a place-name, or a cemetery. The combination of maps and indexes are designed to aid researchers of American history or genealogy to explore frontier neighborhoods, examine family migrations, locate hard-to-find cemeteries and towns, as well as locate land based on legal descriptions found in old documents or deeds.
 
The patent-maps are essentially plat maps but instead of depicting owners for a particular year, these maps show original landowners, no matter when the transfer from the federal government was completed. Dates of patents typically begin near the time of statehood and run into the early 1900s.
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Arkansas, Franklin County
Biographical and Historical Memoirs
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Arkansas, Sebastian County
Biographical and Historical Memoirs
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California, Sonoma County - Marriage Affidavits
Index to Marriage Affidavits Vol IV Bride's Surname - Produced by Sonoma County Genealogical Society
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California, Sonoma County - Marriage Affidavits
Index to Marriage Affidavits Vol II G-M 1861 to 1921 - Produced by Sonoma County Genealogical Society
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California, Sonoma County - Marriage License Affidavits
Index of Marriage License Affidavits 1861 to 1921 Vol 1 A-F - Produced by Sonoma County Genealogical Society
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California, Sonoma County - Marriage License Affidavits
Index to Marriage License Affidavits 1861 to 1921 Vol. III N-Z  - Produced by Sonoma County Genealogical Society
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California, Sonoma County Settlers
Portraits of early Sonoma County Settlers
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Georgia & Florida, Biographical Souvenir of
Biographical souvenir of the states of Georgia and Florida : containing biographical sketches of the representative public, and many early settled families in these states.
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Georgia, Jefferson County, Inferior Court Minutes
Volume III - January 1804-October 1807
The Georgia General Assembly created Jefferson County February 20, 1796, from parts of Burke and Warren counties, making Louisville the seat of its new government. The county’s Inferior Court, made up of five justices of the peace for the county, tried any civil case except those involving title to land. The Inferior Court had jurisdiction over county business matters, such as care for the poor, building and maintaining the courthouse and jails, building and maintaining roads and bridges, issuing liquor licenses, nominating justices of the peace, performing naturalizations, appointing guardians, authorized indentures, and maintaining a register of wills. The Clerk of the Inferior Court kept minutes of the foregoing proceedings--every one of which places individuals in Jefferson County at a particular point in time--and those minutes comprise the basis for this series by Michael Ports. The court minutes also contain numerous original signatures, such as those required from all county civil and military officers to the 1799 oath of allegiance to the state constitution.

This is the third volume in the series. It is based upon Minute Books 3 and 4, and spans the period January 16, 1804-October 28, 1807--the material was extracted from the microfilm of the original record books made by the Genealogical Society of Salt Lake City, Utah, and available at the Georgia Department of Archives and History in Morrow, Georgia. Researchers will find a full name index at the conclusion of the book.
 
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Georgia, Jefferson County, Inferior Court Minutes
Volume IV - November 1807- January 1814
The Georgia General Assembly created Jefferson County February 20, 1796, from parts of Burke and Warren counties, making Louisville the seat of its new government. The county’s Inferior Court, made up of five justices of the peace for the county, tried any civil case except those involving title to land. The Inferior Court had jurisdiction over county business matters, such as care for the poor, building and maintaining the courthouse and jails, building and maintaining roads and bridges, issuing liquor licenses, nominating justices of the peace, performing naturalizations, appointing guardians, authorized indentures, and maintaining a register of wills. The Clerk of the Inferior Court kept minutes of the foregoing proceedings--every one of which places individuals in Jefferson County at a particular point in time--and those minutes comprise the basis for this series by Michael Ports. The court minutes also contain numerous original signatures, such as those required from all county civil and military officers to the 1799 oath of allegiance to the state constitution.

This is the fourth volume in the series. It is derived from Minute Books 5 and 6, and goes from November 2, 1807, through January 22, 1814--the material was extracted from the microfilm of the original record books made by the Genealogical Society of Salt Lake City, Utah, and available at the Georgia Department of Archives and History in Morrow, Georgia. Researchers will find a full name index at the conclusion of the book.
 
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Georgia, Jefferson County, Inferior Court Minutes
Volume V - February 1814-July 1820

The Georgia General Assembly created Jefferson County February 20, 1796, from parts of Burke and Warren Counties, making Louisville the seat of its new government. The county’s Inferior Court, made up of five justices of the peace for the county, tried any civil case except those involving title to land. The Inferior Court had jurisdiction over county business matters, such as care for the poor, building and maintaining the courthouse and jails, building and maintaining roads and bridges, issuing liquor licenses, nominating justices of the peace, performing naturalizations, appointing guardians, authorized indentures, and maintaining a register of wills. The Clerk of the Inferior Court kept minutes of the foregoing proceedings—every one of which places individuals in Jefferson County at a particular point in time--and those minutes comprise the basis for this series by Michael Ports. The court minutes also contain numerous original signatures, such as those required from all county civil and military officers to the 1799 oath of allegiance to the state constitution.

Volume V of Inferior Court Minute transcriptions, based on Minute Books 7 and 8, carries the series forward from February 5, 1814 through July 3, 1820. The volumes in this series were extracted from the microfilm of the original record books made by the Genealogical Society of Salt Lake City, Utah, and available at the Georgia Department of Archives and History in Morrow, Georgia. Researchers will find a full name index at the conclusion of each volume. 

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Guide to Japanese American Genealogy
School Library Journal review of A Student's Guide to British American GenealogyThis groundbreaking series is the first to explain the how-to's of genealogical research in simple, jargon-free language. The Oryx American Family Tree Series explores how to research family history for 12 different ethnic groups. Each volume begins with an overview of the group's historical and cultural background, then guides readers through each step in tracing their own genealogical heritage, with practical advice on how to-- locate important family documents and other vital sources of information-- conduct interviews with family members and record eyewitness accounts of key events-- use the latest electronic research tools-- research your background if you are adopted or come from a nontraditional family-- preserve family history for future generationsEach volume is written in a friendly, narrative style and is extensively illustrated with full-color and black-and-white photographs. Hundreds of valuable resources unique to each ethnic group are also listed and annotated, including genealogical organizations, books, magazines, journals, videos, and special libraries and archives.The Oryx American Family Tree Series provides an easy-to-follow road map for anyone interested in tracing a family history -- from junior high and high school students to adults who require a basic primer. Every library will want to make this practical, highly readable series available to its patrons.Each volume is produced as a sturdy 6 x 9 casebound publication, 192 pages, and printed on acid-free paper.
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Illinois , Lee County, History of
Biographical Matter, Statistics etc.
"Gathered from interviews with old settlers, county township and other records and extracts from files of papers, pamphlets and such other sources as have been available" originally published 1881
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Illinois, Jefferson County - Family Maps
302 pages with 53 total maps Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Jefferson County, Illinois, gleaned from the indexes of the Illinois State Archives.
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Indiana, Gibson County - Family Maps
230 pages with 66 total maps Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Gibson County, Indiana, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
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Iowa , Marshalltown
A Pictorial History - by Irene Fosness
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Kansas, History of Montgomery County Kansas
"From the era of "squatter" to settlement, the final treaty with the Red Man and the legitmate settlement by the white man, down through the organization and development of the county, the pages of this book are replete with events and incidents which mark the stages of advancement toward the splendid civilization of the present day."
By L Walace Duncan
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Limestone and Freestone Counties Texas - United Confederate Veterans of
United Confederate Veterans of Limestone and Freestone Counties, Texas, Joe Johnston Camp, No. 94, Minute Book 1 and 2 - Patricia Bennette McGinty. This treasure trove of genealogical information is compiled from the original camp books, and has never been printed before. Now, thanks to the author, this valuable data has been preserved and made available to researchers everywhere. Camp No. 94 was one of the larger East Texas camps with members from numerous surrounding counties. Rosters of Ex-Confederates of Limestone County, Texas, are provided for: 1889; August 1, 1890; July 22, 1891; August 2-5, 1892; 1894-1895; July 22-24, 1896; and 1903 in table form. A roster, with additional genealogical information provided by the author, augments the tables. The new Constitution of Joe Johnston Camp No. 94; camp minutes; lists of living Confederate Veterans and Confederate widows dated July 27, 1926; a list of Sons and Daughters; possible Civil War veterans buried in Limestone County; CSA Veterans not listed in the rosters, but buried in Limestone County; and death dates of deceased members of Joe Johnston Camp No. 94 are all included. An addendum lists men who were the correct age to serve in the army, or whose tombstone recorded military service.
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Louisiana and Missouri Land Claims
House of Representatives Report Number 273 - 15th Congress - 1st Session
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Louisiana, Natchitoches Parish
History and biography
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Maryland, Hartford County
Marriage Licenses 1777 -1865
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Maryland, Prince George County Vol II
Generally, publications of excerpts of vital statistics from newspapers give lists of names and then merely the issue dates of the papers. That's all. This compilation, with little editing, quotes the entire article so there is no need to search further for the originals or microfilm copies. Items are arranged alphabetically by the principle subject's name. The year in which the event occurred is included, and, usually, the day and month are also given. Many of the news items give the district in which the events occurred; sometimes they cross county boundaries, supplying clues to marriages, deaths, and burials of Prince Georgians in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, or other places in Maryland. Often the names of relatives and survivors of the principal subject are given. The authors gleaned their information from twenty-four newspapers; each story is followed by a citation which identifies its source. These accounts of marriage and death make not only interesting reading; they also act as a social commentary on life in rural nineteenth century Prince George's County. There are stories of duels, murders, lynchings, railroad accidents, fires, falls from horses, drownings, etc. The extraordinary numbers of deaths of babies, children and young people give some insight into the Victorians' affinity with death. What is striking is the lack of sensationalism. A copy of G. M. Hopkins' 1878 map of the county shows the locations and names of the political districts.
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Maryland, Prince George's County Vol !
Generally, publications of excerpts of vital statistics from newspapers give lists of names and then merely the issue dates of the papers. That's all. This compilation, with little editing, quotes the entire article so there is no need to search further for the originals or microfilm copies. Items are arranged alphabetically by the principle subject's name. The year in which the event occurred is included, and, usually, the day and month are also given. Many of the news items give the district in which the events occurred; sometimes they cross county boundaries, supplying clues to marriages, deaths, and burials of Prince Georgians in Washington, D.C., Baltimore, or other places in Maryland. Often the names of relatives and survivors of the principal subject are given. The authors gleaned their information from twenty-four newspapers; each story is followed by a citation which identifies its source. These accounts of marriage and death make not only interesting reading; they also act as a social commentary on life in rural nineteenth century Prince George's County. There are stories of duels, murders, lynchings, railroad accidents, fires, falls from horses, drownings, etc. The extraordinary numbers of deaths of babies, children and young people give some insight into the Victorians' affinity with death. What is striking is the lack of sensationalism. A copy of G. M. Hopkins' 1878 map of the county shows the locations and names of the political districts.
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Massachusetts, West Stockbridge
West Stockbridge, Massachusetts, 1774-1974: The history of an Indian settlement, Queensborough or Qua-pau-kuk
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New Amsterdam, History of Ancient Families
Author: Edwin R. Purple, foreword by Richard H. Benson
Published: September 2013
 
Between 1875 and 1879, Edwin Purple contributed several articles to the New York Genealogical and Biographical Record on the first three or four generations of some of the ancient families of New York. Those articles, collected in this volume, feature the surnames Van Schaick, Siecken, Tymens, Brevoort, Varleth, Gouverneur, and those of other ancient and allied families. This volume also includes Purple’s instructive list of Dutch aliases and variant surname spellings.
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New York, Steuben County, Pioneers of
Author: Marian S. Henry
Published: September 2016
Paperback, 200 pages
Migrations from New England, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, 1722 - 1790
The first settlers of present-day Steuben County, New York, in the Genesee Country, were among the first wave of migrants moving westward after the Revolutionary War. The family sketches in this work link these early pioneers with their eastern origins—usually New England, Pennsylvania, or New Jersey.

The book contains sketches for the following surnames:
 Backus • Baker • Bennett • Calkins • Crosby • Eaton • Erwin • Goodhue • Gorton • Hadley/Headly • Harding • Hopkins • Jamison • Lanphear • Lindsley • McCormick • Mulford • Paine/Payne • Patterson • Rowley • Seelye/Seeley/Seely • Stephens • Thurber • Upson • Woolcott • Young
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Ohio, Cuyahoga County - Portraits and Biographies
Portraits and Biographical Sketches of its Prominent men and pioneers
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Ohio, Strongsville, Cuyahoga County
History and biographies
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Oklahoma, Duncan and Stephens County
Images of America
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Starr Roll 1894 Volume One

The Starr Roll, 1894 (Cherokee Payment Rolls and Index) is found in the National Archives film 7RA38, Rolls 2-5, under the heading Record Group 75. The rolls or lists were compiled by Ezekiel Eugene Starr (1849-1905), a Cherokee senator for the Flint District in 1883 and then treasurer for the Western Cherokee Nation in 1891. 

The background to the Starr Roll requires some telling. On March 3, 1893, Congress passed an act that authorized the sale of lands west of the Cherokee Nation lands known as the Cherokee Outlet, and later referred to as the 1894 Cherokee Strip Payment. Originally created by agreement with the Eastern Cherokee in 1835, the Cherokee Outlet occupied a strip of land fifty-seven miles wide in present-day northern/northwestern Oklahoma and was intended as a "perpetual outlet west" for the Cherokee. After 1877 the Cherokee Nation leased the Outlet to the Cherokee Strip Livestock Association, who desired it for its rich grazing lands. Then, in 1893, homesteaders were permitted to stake their claims to this land in the fourth and largest of Oklahoma’s five land runs. In return for opening the Cherokee Outlet to white settlers, eligible members of the Cherokee Nation were paid the per-capita sum of $365.70. 

E.E. Starr, then Cherokee treasurer, created the receipt roll for these payments. He arranged the roll by each of the nine Cherokee Districts, and thereunder by each party’s enrollment number. The contents of the receipt roll, transcribed for this volume (the first in a series), includes the name of the head of household, names of other household members, name of person receiving the payment, and name of a person who witnessed the transaction of record. The Starr Roll also includes an Orphans Roll and Supplemental, the contents of which are self-explanatory within this transcription. In all, this transcription of the first volume of the Starr Roll, 1894 refers to 14,000 persons impacted by the Cherokee Strip Payment.

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Starr Roll 1894 Volume Three

The Starr Roll (Cherokee Payment Rolls and Index 1894) is found in the National Archives film 7RA38, Rolls 2-5, under the heading Record Group 75. The rolls or lists were compiled by Ezekiel Eugene Starr (1849-1905), a Cherokee senator for the Flint District in 1883 and then treasurer for the Western Cherokee Nation in 1891. 

On March 3, 1893, Congress passed an act that authorized the sale of lands west of the Cherokee Nation known as the Cherokee Outlet, and later referred to as the 1894 Cherokee Strip Payment. Originally created by agreement with the Eastern Cherokee in 1835, the Cherokee Outlet occupied a strip of land fifty-seven miles wide in present-day northern/northwestern Oklahoma and was intended as a "perpetual outlet west" for the Cherokee. After 1877 the Cherokee Nation leased the Outlet to the Cherokee Strip Livestock Association, which desired it for its rich grazing lands. Then, in 1893, homesteaders were permitted to stake their claims to this land in the fourth and largest of Oklahoma’s five land runs. In return for opening the Cherokee Outlet to white settlers, eligible members of the Cherokee Nation were paid the per-capita sum of $365.70. 

E. E. Starr, then Cherokee treasurer, created the receipt roll for these payments. He arranged the roll by each of the eight Cherokee Districts, and thereunder by each party’s enrollment number. The contents of the receipt roll, transcribed here by Jeff Bowen, include the name of the head of household, names of other household members, name of person receiving the payment, and the name of a person who witnessed the transaction of record. Volume Three covers the districts of Saline, Sequoyah, and Tahlequah within the Cherokee Outlet, as well as over 100 Cherokee orphans and a handful of insane who were also eligible for compensation. In all, the concluding volume in the series refers to approximately 9,000 persons impacted by the Cherokee Strip Payment.

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Starr Roll 1894 Volume Two

The Starr Roll (Cherokee Payment Rolls and Index 1894) is found in the National Archives film 7RA38, Rolls 2-5, under the heading Record Group 75. The rolls or lists were compiled by Ezekiel Eugene Starr (1849-1905), a Cherokee senator for the Flint District in 1883 and then treasurer for the Western Cherokee Nation in 1891. 

On March 3, 1893, Congress passed an act that authorized the sale of lands west of the Cherokee Nation known as the Cherokee Outlet, and later referred to as the 1894 Cherokee Strip Payment. Originally created by agreement with the Eastern Cherokee in 1835, the Cherokee Outlet occupied a strip of land 57 miles wide in present-day northern/northwestern Oklahoma and was intended as a “perpetual outlet west” for the Cherokee. After 1877 the Cherokee Nation leased the Outlet to the Cherokee Strip Livestock Association, which desired it for its rich grazing lands. Then, in 1893, homesteaders were permitted to stake their claims to this land in the fourth and largest of Oklahoma’s five land runs. In return for opening the Cherokee Outlet to white settlers, eligible members of the Cherokee Nation were paid the per-capita sum of $365.70. 

E. E. Starr, then Cherokee treasurer, created the receipt roll for these payments. He arranged the roll by each of the eight Cherokee Districts, and thereunder by each party’s enrollment number. The contents of the receipt roll, transcribed here by Jeff Bowen, include the name of the head of household, names of other household members, name of person receiving the payment, and the name of a person who witnessed the transaction of record. Volume 2 covers the districts of Flint, Going Snake, and Illinois within the Cherokee Outlet, and it refers to approximately 10,000 persons impacted by the Cherokee Strip Payment.

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Tennessee , Bledsoe County - Compendium of
When Bledsoe County was created in 1807, the boundaries of this county stretched up the entire length of Sequatchie Valley from the Alabama state line to well above Grassy Cove. In later years, several counties were taken out of these boundaries, namely, Marion, Sequatchie and Cumberland Counties. This Compendium covers the time period of 1807 to 1850 and includes many unusual records. Like any Compendium, this one includes some familiar records like census, but here is included several Petitions to the Tennessee State Legislature for changes within the county. Here are also many different militia records which are hard to find as well as the listing of Post Masters for the various Post Offices that existed during these years. When we give militia records, we try to identify the war with other information like companies and units.
This book is arranged to list any and all information for a particular surname into one unit. For the beginning genealogist, these compendiums are a great resource.
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HAMILTON - includes names from the 1813 and 1829 Petition, 1830, 1840 and 1850 Census. Therefore, all surnames will have various material under their heading.
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Tennessee, Haywood County, Tennessee Court Minutes 1826-1830
“Page 143 - Ordered by the court that Richard Taylor and John Williams be appointed overseers of the road leading from the town of Brownsville to Harrisburgh, and that all the hands north of the road leading from Brownsville to Jackson by the way of Richard Nixons and south of the Forked Deer River to Madison County line together with Nelson Hargrove and hands George Watts and hands of John McWhite and hands Robert A. Penns hands Thomas Stokely, Robert Hammell, James Darris, James Axley, Robert Axley, Nimrod Axlley and Tobias Lowery...” “Page 264 - It is ordered by the couort that Lawrence McGuire be allowed the sum of one hundred dollars as a full compensation for his services rendered in running out, surveying and marking the lines of Haywood County to be paid out of any unappropriated money in the hands of the country truustee...”
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Tennessee, Weakley County Family History Book
Weakley County Tennessee Family History Book (1999): This comprehensive book covers the early history of the area and a town by town description and early settlers. It also lists important political and county office holders.  The bulk of the book are family biographies, including many of the stories of the earliest settlers and their descendants there today. Wonderful photographs are through out the book.  The endpapers serve as a map of the county. 384 pages. 
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Tennessee, Weakley County Marriages
Vol 1: 1843- Sept 4, 1863
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Tennessee, Weakley County Marriages
Vol 2 : Sept 4, 1863 - 1878 144 pages 
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Tennessee, Weakley County Marriages
Vol 3: July 9, 1878 - November 20, 1886 112 pages
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Texas, Bear County
Bexar County and Southwest Texas History, biographies
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Texas, Denton
Pictorial History of Denton County, Texas
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Texas, Hopkins County - World War I Soldiers of
Biorgraphies of men who served in the Armed Forces from Hopkins County
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Texas, Pioneers of Hopkins County, Vol I
Biographies of pioneers
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Texas, Pioneers of Hopkins County, Vol II
Biographies of pioneers.
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United Kingdom, Huddersfield
United Kingdom, Huddersfield, Central 1851 Census
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United Kingdom, Huddersfield
Huddersfield, St. Peter, Baptisms 1653-1750
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United Kingdom, Huddersfield
Huddersfield, United Kingdom St Peter, Baptisms 1750-1819
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United Kingdom, Huddersfield
Huddersfield, United Kingdom St. Peter Baptisms 1819-1923
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United Kingdom, Huddersfield
Huddersfield, United Kingdom Central Census 1841
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Virginia, Loudoun County - It was Different Then
This compendium of newspaper articles offers a different sort of look at this period in our nation's history. At the time there were three local papers in Loudoun County, Virginia, an area which was then mostly rural. Major news is covered, but more importantly, one gets a feel for the culture of the times through a description of the local happenings, opinion, humor and advertisements of those years following the Civil War. This first-generation material is copied directly from the microfilm but is cleaned up for easy reading.
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Washington, Spokane County - Family Maps
606 pages with 329 total maps Locating original landowners in maps has never been an easy task-until now. This volume in the Family Maps series contains newly created maps of original landowners (patent maps) in what is now Spokane County, Washington, gleaned from the indexes of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.
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