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  • 883. New York Genealogical Research.

    $ 15.00

    By George K. Schweitzer, Ph. D., ScD. A guide to genealogical research in New York state. Chapters discuss the types of records available, locating records, research procedures in New York City and information on other counties. Publication Date: 1989m | Binding: Soft Cover; 9” x 6.25” x 0.8”. Condition: Good; non-circulating library edition , with…

  • 884. Biography Of A River: The Living Mississippi.

    $ 20.00

    By Edith McCall. Traces the history of the Mississippi River, presents stories of people whose lives were affected by the river, and describes how humans have changed the Mississippi. Publication Date: 1990 | Binding: Hard Cover; 6.5” x 9.5” x 0.75”| Condition: Good ; non-circulating library edition, with library ID markings, and dust cover. |…

  • 888. Brickwall Solutions to Genealogy Problems.

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    From the publishers of Family Chronicle Magazine. This collection of 500 brickwall solutions shows how genealogists and family historians have found ways around their research problems, using the latest technology or tried and true research techniques, combined with logic and perseverance, to overcome their genealogy brick walls. Publication Date: 2003 | Binding: Soft Cover| Condition:…

  • 891. South Carolina Genealogical Research.

    $ 15.00

    By George K. Schweitzer, Ph.D., ScD. Great condition paperback is clean and bright – orange cover has had a mylar protector laminate attached very neatly. Publication Date: 1985| Binding: Soft Cover; 6” x 9” x 0.5”| Condition: Good; non-circulating library edition, with library ID markings.|Pages: 192

  • 892. The Negro in Pennsylvania History.

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    By Ira V. Brown. Dr. Brown has provides an understanding of the beginnings and practice of Negro slavery in Pennsylvania, the legislation that ended the practice in the state, Pennsylvania’s part in the growth of abolition sentiment, the part played by Prominent Negro Pennsylvanians in the struggle for political rights, the growth of the Negro…

  • 893. Georgia Genealogical Research.

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    By George K. Schweitzer, Ph.D., ScD. Schweitzer’s writing style is plain and direct and he includes a wonderful county by county listing of resources for each state as well as overall statewide resources and records available at the Federal level. Publication Date: 1987 | Binding: Soft Cover; 6” x 9” x 0.75” | Condition: Good;…

  • 894. Ohio Genealogical Research.

    $ 15.00

    By George K. Schweitzer, Ph.D., ScD. A book containing 1241 sources for tracing your OH ancestor along with detailed instructions. Chapters include I: OH Background, II: Types of Records, III: Record Locations, IV: Research Procedure and County Listings (detailed listings of records available for each of the 88 OH counties). Publication Date: 1994| Binding: Soft…

  • 895. Pennsylvania Genealogical Research.

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    By George K. Schweitzer, Ph.D., ScD. A book containing 1309 sources for tracing your PA ancestor along with detailed instructions. Chapters include 1: PA Background, II: Types of Records, III Record Locations, IV: Research procedures and County Listings (details listing of records available for each of the 67 counties). Publication Date: 1986| Binding: Soft Cover;…

  • 896. Revolutionary War Genealogy.

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    By George K. Schweitzer, Ph.D., Sc.D., self-published. Table of Contents: Chapter1: History of the War; Chapter 2: The Archives; Chapter 3: National Book Sales, Book Sales > Publications; Chapter 4: State Book Sales, Book Sales > Publications; Chapter 5: Local Sources; Chapter 6: Histories: Individual, Regimentl, Battle, State, Group; Chapter 7: Sites, Museums, Memoires.

  • 897. Genealogical Research: Methods and Sources. Volume I.

    $ 25.00

    Published by the American Society of Genealogists. Publication Date: 1975| Binding: Hard Cover | Condition: Very good; non-circulating library edition, with library ID markings. | Pages: 579

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    901. Chicago and Cook County. A Guide to Research.

    $ 25.00

    By Loretto Dennis Szucs. Completely revised and updated, this book is a comprehensive guide to the vastly complex records for this major urban area. Thousands of immigrants around the world arriving in the U.S. found the rapidly growing Chicago city a new-found home. Chances are, you can find a branch of your family tree in…

  • 903. Ellis Island. Gateway to America.

    $ 10.00

    In this volume, leading family history author and researcher Loretto Dennis Szucs explains how you can find out if your relatives were among the millions who were processed for entry at this historic landmark. This book details the immigrant experience at Ellis Island and teaches you about the records that are available to help you…

  • 904. Pocket Guide to Genealogical Resource Center of the Mid-Atlantic.

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    A Quick, Up-to-Date Reference to Genealogical Archives, Libraries & Leading Historical Society in Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Compiled by Laruen Wright. Publication Date: 1997| Binding: Soft Cover| Condition: Good; non-circulating library edition, with library ID markings. | Pages: 42

  • 907. Michigan Genealogy. Sources and Resources. Second Edition.

    $ 25.00

    By Carol McGinnis. A remarkable compilation of sources and resources that are available to help researchers find their Michigan ancestors. It identifies records on the state and regional level and then the county level, providing details of vital records, court and land records, military records, newspapers, and census records, as well as the holdings of…

  • 910. Genealogical Research in Ohio. 2nd Edition.

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    By Kip Sperry. Numerous Ohio records have been published by genealogical and historical organizations, and many records and indexes are available on microfilm, microfiche, compact disc, and increasingly, the Internet and many other are described in great detail in this volume. The work contains addresses of repositories that house Ohio historical and genealogical records and…

  • 911. O-H-I-O. Guide to Genealogical Sources.

    $ 25.00

    By Carol Willsey Bell, C.G. A very comprehensive guide to the genealogical records and sources in each of Ohio’s eighty-eight counties, with the following data: the county creation date and the name(s) of the parent county; the county seat; the name and address of the county courthouse, library, historical society, genealogical society, archival district, and…

  • 912. US 40. A Roadscape of the American Experience.

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    By Thomas J. Schlereth. Focusing on the historical development and physical environment of the route traversed by present-day U.S. 40 across Indiana, this field guide is designed to help its readers see the American highway as a mammoth outdoor museum of American history. Published by the Indiana Historical Foundation in 1985 | Binding: Soft |…

  • 913. An Introduction to the Prehistory of Indiana.

    $ 15.00

    By James H. Kellar. Published by the Indiana Historical Society in 1983 | Binding: Soft cover | Very good condition; non-circulating library edition, with library ID markings. | Pages: 78

  • 915. Printed Sources. A Guide to Published Genealogical Records.

    $ 15.00

    Edited by Kory L. Meyerink. Printed Sources addresses the large and growing body of printed material – the background information, finding aids, published original records, and compiled records – that can assure success in your family history research. This guide will make your research easier by identifying, defining, and explaining how to use the myriad…

  • 917. Research in Pennsylvania. Revised Edition.

    $ 15.00

    By Wendy L. Elliott, C. G. A historical background of early resources in Pennsylvania. Publication Date: 1987; Reviewers note: Use with caution. Errors found. | Binding: Soft cover | Condition: Good; non-circulating library edition, with library ID markings. | Pages: 30