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A Century of Population Growth From the First Census of The United States to the Twelfth, 1790-1900 A Century of Population Growth From the First Census of The United States to the Twelfth, 1790-1900
The results of a modern census have been accurately defined as a national account of stock. Heritage Quest Press - 1989 (1st published in 1909); Four foldout maps, several full-page maps, a photograph of selected early census schedules, and narrative and statistical history. Softcover;  pp 303;  very  good condition with library stamp in front.

 

 
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American Passenger Arrival Records American Passenger Arrival Records
A guide to the records of immigrants arriving at American ports by sail and steam. American passenger arrival records identified by name, place of origin, and other particulars, of the vast majority of persons who participated in the great Atlantic migration. By: Michael Tepper.
Softcover, 142 pages, like new condition.
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Compendium of Historical Sources: The How and Where of American Genealogy Compendium of Historical Sources: The How and Where of American Genealogy
“This book will answer the most often asked genealogy questions and contains approximately 90% of all the resources you should need to locate your American ancestors.”  By: Professor Ronald A. Bremer. Hardcover, 1004 pages, very good condition.
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Ellis Island: Gateway to the American Dream Ellis Island: Gateway to the American Dream
The story of Ellis Island with lots of excellent photos. By: Pamela Reeves. Published: 1991. Hardcover with dust jacket, 144 pages, excellent condition.
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Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut Families of Early Hartford, Connecticut
Contains the genealogical records of over 950 families of early Hartford, Connecticut. Records are arranged alphabetically by family name. Based on the available records for the period 1645 to 1825. By: Lucius Barnes Barbour. Clearfield Publishing. 742 pages, good condition but spine is weak in places, no writing; library stamp.
[Located in Category: Family History]
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Genealogist’s Handbook for New England Research, 3rd edition Genealogist’s Handbook for New England Research, 3rd edition
This handbook is an indispensable resource for anyone doing research in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. More than just a how-to book, it is a location guide to public records, repositories, librar­ies, and genealogical societies throughout New England. By Marcia Wiswall Lindberg, C.G.; New England Genealogical Society, 1993; Paperback
spiral bound; pp 178; excellent condition.
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Great Migration Newsletter, Volumes 1 Through 5 (1990 - 1994) Great Migration Newsletter, Volumes 1 Through 5 (1990 - 1994)
The aim of the Great Migration Study Project is to compile comprehensive genealogical and biographical accounts of every person who settled in New England . By: Robert Charles Anderson, editor; The New England Historic Genealogy Society, 1998, Boston; first edition; hard cover; pp 174; very good condition with library stamp inside front cover.
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Italian-American Family History Italian-American Family History
A guide to researching and writing about your heritage. In focusing on Italian-American culture, the author has developed a unique approach not only to Italian-American genealogical research, but to genealogical research in general. Her goal is to show you how to document your heritage while placing each generation of your family in its cultural milieu and telling a factual and interesting story about the family. By: Sharon DeBartolo Carmack. Publisher: Genealogical Publishing Co., Baltimore, MD (1997). Softcover, 142 pages, like new condition, signed copy.
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Mission Viejo: the Ageless Land Mission Viejo: the Ageless Land
Beautiful glossy page volume with photos on every page.
By: Doris I. Walker. First Edition (2005), 134 pages, hardcover, like new condition.
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Morton Allan Directory of European Passenger Steamship Arrivals for the Years Morton Allan Directory of European Passenger Steamship Arrivals for the Years
This work is a very helpful aid in the use of the indexes of immigrant passenger lists in the National Archives, for they are arranged in the chronological order of the ships' arrival dates, and  the names of the vessels or the passenger lines, and only then by passengers' surnames.  By Morton Allan; Genealogical Publishing Company, 2001; Hardcover; pp268; like new condition.     
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The Ancestry Family Historian's Address Book: A Comprehensive List of Local, State, and Federal ... The Ancestry Family Historian's Address Book: A Comprehensive List of Local, State, and Federal ...
Know what resources are available! Sometimes the toughest part about overcoming a research barrier, is knowing what resources are available, where to go or whom to ask for help. The Ancestry Family Historian's Address Book is your instant link to thousands of genealogy-related organizations and resources across the US!  The Address Book is organized by state and includes such organizations as: National Genealogy Societies, State Genealogy and Historical Societies' Archives, Libraries, Museums, Ethnic and Ecclesiastical Resources & Web Sites, Military and Federal Government Agencies, National Archives, Family History Centers, and more. By Juliana Szucs Smith; 1997; Softcover; pp 540; excellent condition with address inside front cover.
[Located in Category: Sources]
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The Celts (Glorious Treasures) The Celts (Glorious Treasures)
Celtic Art Glorious Treasure brings you a magical insight into Celtic artistry, a glittering photographic array of ancient artifacts including amulets, rings, breastplates and goblets. By Karen Sullivan, Penny Clarke; Brockhampton Press, 1997; Hardcover with dust jacket; pp 93; like new condition; photo should be gold colored
[Located in Category: Family History]
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The Handybook for Genealogists, USA, 8th edition The Handybook for Genealogists, USA, 8th edition
This popular and comprehensive research aid features the most accurate and up-to-date county data ever compiled. Published by The Everton Publishers, Inc., 1991; hard cover; pp 380; very good condition with library stamp on inside cover.
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The lives and Times of English Ancestors, Volume II The lives and Times of English Ancestors, Volume II
This volume is designed to help you in writing your multi-generation English family history, with more written about our working class ancestors. Centuries 1600-1900. By Frank Smith; The Everett Publishers, 1980; Hardcover; pp 203; very good condition     
[Located in Category: Family History]
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The River Towns of Connecticut: A Study of Wethersfield, Hartford, and Windsor (Johns Hopkins Univer The River Towns of Connecticut: A Study of Wethersfield, Hartford, and Windsor (Johns Hopkins Univer
This informative work covers three main areas: early settlement of the towns, the land system, and the inhabitants. By Charles M Andrews; Heritage Books, Inc. – 1990; pp 128; excellent condition.
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The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy The Source: A Guidebook of American Genealogy
Intended as a handbook and a guide to selecting, locating, and using appropriate primary and secondary resources. The Source also functions as an instructional tool for a novice genealogists and a refresher course for experienced researchers. By: Loretto Dennis Szucs & Sandra Hargreaves Luebking. Publisher: Ancestry Publications, Salt Lake City, UT (1997). Hardcover, 834 pages, like new condition.
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Your Guide to the Federal Census for genealogist, researchers and family historians Your Guide to the Federal Census for genealogist, researchers and family historians
Describes how to use federal census records in genealogical research, details the information found in each census record, and presents guidelines for working with non-population schedules. Includes the 1930 census. By: Kathleen W. Hinckley. Publisher: Betterway Books, Cincinnati, OH (2002). Softcover, 276 pages, like new condition, signed copy.
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