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When the early colonists came to America, they were braving a new world, with new wonders and difficulties. Family historians beginning the search ...View full details
This is the first truly complete treatment of the history and genealogy of Plymouth Colony. It includes a concise history of the colony, both chron...View full details
Important New Resource for Native American Research from Ancestry.com of special interest to researchers of the Cherokee, Choctaw, Chickasaw, Creek...View full details
Although the search for African American ancestry prior to the Civil War is challenging, the difficulties are not always insurmountable. Finding Yo...View full details
A history of the community and people of Lawrence County, Arkansas.
Finding Your German Ancestors is a brief but thorough introduction to German research. It presents the most up-to-date sources and resources for su...View full details
How do family historians know they are producing or receiving trustworthy results? This official manual from the Board of Certification for Genealo...View full details
(From the Foreword) The purpose of this book is to recognnize and honor an individual's history as well as the history of Edmonson County families...View full details
Pictures of families from Whitley County, Indiana, as well as buildings, businesses, farms, police and fire, schools and vehicles.
Town, Church, Business, Family and School history. Many photos included.
(From the introduction) The material for Vinton County and Its Families was compiled over a period of many years. The information included is princ...View full details
Long before it was the site of shopping centers, corporate headquarters, and universities, Troy was a humble pioneer settlement comprised of farms ...View full details
This hardcover details descendants of Chief Powhatan through 16 generations and includes a bibliography and index. Davis Hess Burks Campbell Dunla...View full details
The Sturgis Centennial History Book Committee spent a year planning and putting this book together. This book is dedicated to all the people or Stu...View full details
The Sons of the Republic of Texas tells the story of the Republic of Texas beginning with its birth on April 21, 1836. Includes a brief history of ...View full details
Chapters include: History, Government, Churches, Schools, Businesses, Medical, Homes, Roads &Transportation, Waterways, Dinosaurs, Families. In...View full details
Seneca County, Ohio ancestry, family history, and genealogy birth records, marriage records, death records, census records, family history,
The history of Scott County, MO and their communities. Also includes Scott County officials, churches, businesses and family histories.
The Genealogy of the Moore Family, including death records, photos.
Family history of Randolph County, AR, as well as historical highlights of Randolph County.
The history of Prentiss County, Mississippi, including the people and families, buildings, businesses, churches, organizations, schools and and spo...View full details
424 pages including index, history of the county and the towns in it, businesses, churches, families and organizations, lots of b/w illustrations
The valuable heritage of Johnson County can now be more widely known as a result of the tremendous community support of this volume Johnson County,...View full details
The history of cities, townships, churches, schools, businesses, clubs, organizations and family histories of the people from Isabella County, Mich...View full details
Limited Edition, Iosco County, Michigan, some early history of the area, with some family histories and including those of some local businesses an...View full details
Take a journey back in time as we recount the history of Huntington County, Indiana from 1834 - 1993. This comprehensive history makes the past com...View full details
The history of the community and people of Greene County, Arkansas.
(From interior) This book is dedicated to the people, businesses, churches and organizations of Gallia County as it celebrates, along with the grea...View full details
(From the Preface) This book on the history of Farmington represents more than two and a half years of work by the staff of the Farmington Public L...View full details
The people of Conway County can be proud of the important and significant roles they have played in the history of Arkansas. This is the second att...View full details
Christian County had published a county history in 1841 by Perin and again another by Charles Meachem in 1930. Both of these histories had a limite...View full details
(From the front matter in book) The group...got the history book project going in October 1989. Kenneth J. Reeve drew the logo and several maps con...View full details
(From the foreword) This Family History of Anderson County preserves the proud heritage of our county and communities as well as many of our church...View full details
(From the Book Committee Page) Our heritage here in Alcorn County is one in which we can be proud. Through pictures we have tried to capture it fro...View full details
The people of Ohio County, KY, as well as social events, fair, farming, churches, schools, veterans and more. Many photos.
The people, families of Ohio County, KY, as well as schools, churches, clubs, social events, celebrations and more.
This book is a guide for organizing a successful and exciting family reunion, from a casual backyard barbecue to a week-long deluxe cruise. No matt...View full details
Your English Ancestry: A Guide for North Americans was the first book to provide a logical research routine for family historians based in North ...View full details
This is a companion to the best-selling book, Writing the Family Narrative. This fun workbook takes you step-by-step through the family history wri...View full details
Anyone who has ever tried to write a family history knows that it can be overwhelming. Writing the Family Narrative offers a clear and concise expl...View full details
After years of photographic research, the author explains methods of analyzing photographs historically. She outlines how you can recognize archite...View full details
From the earliest days of the United States, millions of Americans have served their country in the military. Indeed, most families have seen one o...View full details
Trying to find some peace in the City That Never Sleeps"" has always been difficult-even for dead New Yorkers. Rapid development, rising property v...View full details