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A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut; with the Time of Their Arrival in the Country and Colony, Their Standings in Society, Place of Residence, Condition in Life, Where From, Business, &c.  
1 CDs | Royal R. Hinman | 898pp | (1852) 2006 | US0309 | $24.95

Royal Hinman collected information on every seventeenth-century immigrant to New England, and then concentrated on those immigrants who came to Connecticut, tracing many of the lines into the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, providing information on thousands of Connecticut settlers.  (more info...)
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Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, With an Historical Essay  
1 CDs | Lorenzo Sabine | (2 Vols) 1222pp | 1864 | US0263 | $29.95

Sabine has gathered in one place biographical accounts of thousands of Loyalists of the American Revolution, from all thirteen of the rebellious colonies. He has outlined the activities which defined them as Loyalists, and has traced many of them to the Maritime Provinces of Canada and to England. (more info...)
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Compendium of New England Pioneers  
1 CDs | Assorted | 8289pp | (1809-1939) 2006 | US0400 | $89.95

66% off 14 books on early New England settlers (read more)
Now for the first time, you can get all of the classic genealogical dictionaries of the early settlers of New England on a single CD-ROM -- and at 66% OFF the regular retail price. Best of all, you can use powerful full-text search features (including AND, OR, phrase, and proximity searches) (more info...)
Inscriptions from Grave Stones in the Old Burying Ground, Norwich Town, Connecticut  
1 CDs | George S. Porter | 200pp | (1933) 2006 | US0276 | $14.95

Porter presents the incriptions from more than fourteen hundred tombstones from the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries found in the oldest cemetery of Norwich, Connecticut. Many of the tombstones contain multiple names, so information is included on nearly three thousand residents of Norwich. (more info...)
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Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Some of the First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts  
1 CDs | Nathaniel Goodwin | 386pp | (1856) 2006 | US0252 | $12.95

Nathaniel Goodwin's career as probate clerk and judge prepared him well for the compilation of the earliest published, well-documented accounts of thousands of descendants (representing hundreds of surnames) of thirty-seven early New England families, most from Wethersfield, Hartford and Windsor in (more info...)
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A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England  
1 CDs | John Farmer | 357pp | (1829) 2006 | US0261 | $12.95

In this volume John Farmer produced the first attempt to survey systematically the earliest immigrants to New England. Working at a time when published sources were vanishingly few, Farmer compiled a nearly complete catalog of the immigrant generation and laid the basis for similar future compendia. (more info...)
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A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England (download)  
(commonly known as "Savage")
0 CDs | James Savage | 2538pp | (1860-1862) 2006 | US0205-DL | $29.95

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Even a hundred and forty years after publication, Savage's four-volume set remains the starting point for most research problems in seventeenth-century New England. Savage applied his acute analytical skills to every family that he could find in the first, second and third generations of settlement. (more info...)
Old Houses of the Antient Town of Norwich, 1660-1800, with Maps, Illustrations, Portraits and Genealogies  
1 CDs | Mary E. Perkins | Fold out map and 728pp | (1895) 2007 | US0250 | $19.95

Perkins leads a tour of the old town of Norwich, Connecticut, giving the history of each houselot in the village, including information on the families that lived in each of the houses, from the settlement of the town in 1659 to the nineteenth century. This is supplemented by genealogies of the (more info...)
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Old Houses of the Antient Town of Norwich, 1660-1800, with Maps, Illustrations, Portraits and Genealogies (download)  
0 CDs | Mary E. Perkins | Fold out map and 728pp | (1895) 2007 | US0250-DL | $19.95

Perkins leads a tour of the old town of Norwich, Connecticut, giving the history of each houselot in the village, including information on the families that lived in each of the houses, from the settlement of the town in 1659 to the nineteenth century. This is supplemented by genealogies of the (more info...)
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Inscriptions from Grave Stones in the Old Burying Ground, Norwich Town, Connecticut (download)  
0 CDs | George S. Porter | 200pp | (1933) 2006 | US0276-DL | $14.95

Porter presents the incriptions from more than fourteen hundred tombstones from the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries found in the oldest cemetery of Norwich, Connecticut. Many of the tombstones contain multiple names, so information is included on nearly three thousand residents of Norwich. (more info...)
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A Catalogue of the Names of the Early Puritan Settlers of the Colony of Connecticut; with the Time of Their Arrival in the Country and Colony, Their Standings in Society, Place of Residence, Condition in Life, Where From, Business, &c. (download)  
0 CDs | Royal R. Hinman | 898pp | (1852) 2006 | US0309-DL | $24.95

Royal Hinman collected information on every seventeenth-century immigrant to New England, and then concentrated on those immigrants who came to Connecticut, tracing many of the lines into the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, providing information on thousands of Connecticut settlers.  (more info...)
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Soldiers of King Philip's War Being a Critical Account of That War with a Concise History of the Indian Wars of New England from 1620-1677 (download)  
0 CDs | George Madison Bodge | 502pp | (1896) 2006 | US0315-DL | $24.95

Bodge has scoured the contemporary seventeenth-century documents in order to compile as complete as possible an account of the men who served in King Philip's War in New England in 1675 and 1676. Thousands of young men served in this conflict, and hundreds died in the fighting or from diseases.  (more info...)
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Gazetteer of the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island  
1 CDs | John C. Pease and John M. Niles | 2 maps + 398pp | (1819) 2007 | US0337 | $19.95

In this very early gazetteer, the authors compiled an exhaustive description of Connecticut and Rhode Island as of 1819, including the topography, history, and statistics of each county, town, city, burrough, and village in the State. Of special interest to genealogists, the authors include (more info...)
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Road and County Map of Connecticut and Rhode Island and Gazetteer... and Business Directory  
1 CDs | P.J. Hannifan and Co. | map + 498pp | (1898) 2007 | US0338 | $19.95

The title of this book is misleading because, although it does contain a detailed color map of Connecticut and Rhode Island, the bulk of the book is designed as a business directory and advisor. It is fascinating in its own right, having been written "With Historical, Biographical, Political, Law, (more info...)
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Compendium of New England Gazetteers  
1 CDs | 4600+pp | (1817-1898) 2007 | US0401 | $59.95

66% off 10 early New England place dictionaries (read more)
Now you can get all of the classic early gazetteers of New England on a single searchable CD-ROM. This comprehensive place dictionary includes 10 rare books, more than 4600 pages, and the names and descriptions of thousands of places, many of which are no longer known by the same name. In many (more info...)
The History of the Old Town of Derby, Connecticut, 1642-1880  
1 CDs | Samuel Orcutt and Ambrose Beardsley | 983pp | (1880) 2007 | US0255 | $24.95

Orcutt and Beardsley compiled a comprehensive history of the town of Derby from before its founding to the year 1880, including a lengthy section on the Indians of the region. They added to the main account a section of biographies and genealogies, as well as material on Derby's daughter towns.  (more info...)
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The Expansion of New England: The Spread of New England Settlement and Institutions to the Mississippi River, 1620-1865  
1 CDs | Lois Kimball Mathews | 29 maps (many in color), 370pp | (1909) 2007 | US0320 | $12.95

The author narrates the chronology of the settlement of New England in the colonial period and then the migration of New Englanders and their culture to the west and south in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The story is illustrated with many carefully drawn and informative maps. (more info...)
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Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New England, 1620-1650  
1 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 338pp | (1937) 2007 | US0321 | $14.95

Based on his own research and on the publications of many other researchers, Charles Edward Banks had, by the time of his death in 1931, collected evidence or clues for the English origin of more than half of the English families which had come to New England during the years of the Great Migration. (more info...)
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Connecticut Historical Collections, Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, &c., Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut, with Geographical Descriptions  
1 CDs | John Warner Barber | map + 574pp | (1836) 2007 | US0280 | $21.95

Barber has gathered a wide range of information on each county and town of Connecticut as of 1836, arranging the entries by county, followed by an account of the leading settlement in each county, and then the remaining towns in that county in alphabetical order, with many illustrations included. (more info...)
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Genealogy of Edward Winslow of the Mayflower and His Descendants from 1620 to 1865  
1 CDs | Maria Whitman Bryant | 234pp | (1915) 2007 | US0283 | $9.95

This volume provides biographical and genealogical information on those descendants of Governor Edward Winslow of the Mayflower who remained in New England, including many descendants in the female lines. There is also additional information on the families of the spouses of many of the Winslow men. (more info...)
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Tercentenary of New England Families, 1620-1920: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation  
1 CDs | 446pp | (1919) 2007 | US0359 | $12.95

This commemorative volume gathers together information on several dozen seventeenth-century immigrants to New England along with lines of descent to individuals living at the time of publication of the volume, frequently with details of the families of the individuals in the intervening generations. (more info...)
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The History of the Old Town of Derby, Connecticut, 1642-1880 (download)  
0 CDs | Samuel Orcutt and Ambrose Beardsley | 983pp | (1880) 2007 | US0255-DL | $24.95

Orcutt and Beardsley compiled a comprehensive history of the town of Derby from before its founding to the year 1880, including a lengthy section on the Indians of the region. They added to the main account a section of biographies and genealogies, as well as material on Derby's daughter towns.  (more info...)
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History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut, from the First Settlement in 1649 to 1900, with a Genealogical Register of Stonington Families with a Genealogical Register of Stonington Families  
1 CDs | Richard Anson Wheeler | 774pp | (1900) 2007 | US0297 | $24.95

Wheeler has combined a topical history of the first two-and-a-half centuries of the town of Stonington, Connecticut, with extensive genealogical accounts of the town's families, placing special emphasis on several of the founding families and carrying many lines well into the nineteenth century. (more info...)
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The Expansion of New England: The Spread of New England Settlement and Institutions to the Mississippi River, 1620-1865 (download)  
0 CDs | Lois Kimball Mathews | 29 maps (many in color), 370pp | (1909) 2007 | US0320-DL | $12.95

The author narrates the chronology of the settlement of New England in the colonial period and then the migration of New Englanders and their culture to the west and south in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries. The story is illustrated with many carefully drawn and informative maps. (more info...)
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Topographical Dictionary of 2885 English Emigrants to New England, 1620-1650 (download)  
0 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 338pp | (1937) 2007 | US0321-DL | $14.95

Based on his own research and on the publications of many other researchers, Charles Edward Banks had, by the time of his death in 1931, collected evidence or clues for the English origin of more than half of the English families which had come to New England during the years of the Great Migration. (more info...)
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The Winthrop Fleet of 1630: An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and their English Homes from Original Authorities  
1 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 2 maps and 155pp | (1930) 2007 | US0349 | $14.95

Banks has compiled extensive information on the passengers who sailed from England to New England in 1630, members of the so-called Winthrop Fleet. He attempted to identify each person or family who participated in that migration and added data on their English origin and activities in New England. (more info...)
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The Planters of the Commonwealth: A Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: to which are added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships which brought them; their English Homes, and the Places of their Settlement  
1 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 363pp | (1930) 2007 | US0362 | $19.95

Banks has compiled all the information available to him by 1930 on passengers from England to New England during the two decades between 1620 and 1640, supplementing the surviving passenger lists with some details of his own knowledge and conclusions on their residences before and after the voyage. (more info...)
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New England Migration - The Collected Works of Charles Edward Banks  
1 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 2 maps and 1061pp | (1929-1937) 2007 | US0402 | $38.88

In the early years of the twentieth century, Charles Edward Banks collected information on all the participants in the Great Migration from old England to New England, from 1620 to 1640. The results of his labors are the four volumes gathered on this CD, presenting this information in various ways. (more info...)
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A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, Hartford District, 1635-1750, 3 Volumes  
1 CDs | Charles William Manwaring, compiler | 2239pp | (1904-6) 2008 | US0360 | $27.95

This essential tool for colonial Connecticut research contains abstracts and extracts of the estate papers of about three thousand individuals who died in Connecticut between 1635 and 1750. The records include wills, inventories, distributions and other probate documents from all available sources. (more info...)
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Magnalia Christi Americana; or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England; From Its First Planting, in the Year, 1620, unto the Year of Our Lord 1698, 2 volumes  
(commonly known as "Mather's Magnalia")
1 CDs | Cotton Mather | 1855 | US0249 | $29.95

Cotton Mather was the most prolific writer of colonial New England. In these two magnificent volumes, he preserves much history of the institution that became the Congregational Church. Most importantly, he collected important biographical information on nearly all the early New England ministers. (more info...)
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Who's Who in New England: A Biographical Dictionary of Leading Living Men and Women of the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut  
1 CDs | Albert Nelson Marquis, ed. | 1194pp | (1916) 2008 | US0217 | $19.95

This early entry in the Who's Who series contains nearly thirteen thousand sketches for prominent, living residents of the six New England states, each incorporating in brief compass data on occupation, education, family, religious affiliation and professional, cultural and military accomplishments. (more info...)
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Magnalia Christi Americana; or, The Ecclesiastical History of New-England; From Its First Planting, in the Year, 1620, unto the Year of Our Lord 1698, 2 volumes (download)  
0 CDs | Cotton Mather | 1855 | US0249-DL | $29.95

Cotton Mather was the most prolific writer of colonial New England. In these two magnificent volumes, he preserves much history of the institution that became the Congregational Church. Most importantly, he collected important biographical information on nearly all the early New England ministers. (more info...)
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Heads of Families at the First Census of the United States Taken in the Year 1790 - Complete Set  
1 CDs | 12 volumes, 12 maps, 2542pp | (1907-1908) 2008 | US0356 | $49.95

The first U.S. census enumeration began on Monday, August 2, 1790, just 16 months after the inauguration of President George Washington and less than nine years after the end of the Revolutionary War. As the first official record of the citizenry of this fledgling country, the importance of these (more info...)
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Genealogical Notes, or Contributions to the Family History of Some of the First Settlers of Connecticut and Massachusetts (download)  
0 CDs | Nathaniel Goodwin | 386pp | (1856) 2006 | US0252-DL | $12.95

Nathaniel Goodwin's career as probate clerk and judge prepared him well for the compilation of the earliest published, well-documented accounts of thousands of descendants (representing hundreds of surnames) of thirty-seven early New England families, most from Wethersfield, Hartford and Windsor in (more info...)
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A Genealogical Register of the First Settlers of New England (download)  
0 CDs | John Farmer | 357pp | (1829) 2006 | US0261-DL | $12.95

In this volume John Farmer produced the first attempt to survey systematically the earliest immigrants to New England. Working at a time when published sources were vanishingly few, Farmer compiled a nearly complete catalog of the immigrant generation and laid the basis for similar future compendia. (more info...)
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Biographical Sketches of Loyalists of the American Revolution, With an Historical Essay (download)  
0 CDs | Lorenzo Sabine | (2 Vols) 1222pp | 1864 | US0263-DL | $29.95

Sabine has gathered in one place biographical accounts of thousands of Loyalists of the American Revolution, from all thirteen of the rebellious colonies. He has outlined the activities which defined them as Loyalists, and has traced many of them to the Maritime Provinces of Canada and to England. (more info...)
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History of the City of New Haven to the Present Time with Biographies, Portraits and Illustrations  
1 CDs | Edward E. Atwater, ed. | 907pp | (1887) 2008 | US0279 | $19.95

Atwater and his collaborators have compiled a comprehensive history of the town and city of New Haven in its first two-and-a-half centuries, incorporating a narrative of municipal history along with topical coverage of all aspects of New Haven society, and about two hundred biographical sketches. (more info...)
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Connecticut Historical Collections, Containing a General Collection of Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, &c., Relating to the History and Antiquities of Every Town in Connecticut, with Geographical Descriptions (download)  
0 CDs | John Warner Barber | map + 574pp | (1836) 2007 | US0280-DL | $21.95

Barber has gathered a wide range of information on each county and town of Connecticut as of 1836, arranging the entries by county, followed by an account of the leading settlement in each county, and then the remaining towns in that county in alphabetical order, with many illustrations included. (more info...)
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History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut, from the First Settlement in 1649 to 1900, with a Genealogical Register of Stonington Families with a Genealogical Register of Stonington Families (download)  
0 CDs | Richard Anson Wheeler | 774pp | (1900) 2007 | US0297-DL | $24.95

Wheeler has combined a topical history of the first two-and-a-half centuries of the town of Stonington, Connecticut, with extensive genealogical accounts of the town's families, placing special emphasis on several of the founding families and carrying many lines well into the nineteenth century. (more info...)
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Gazetteer of the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island (download)  
0 CDs | John C. Pease and John M. Niles | 2 maps + 398pp | (1819) 2007 | US0337-DL | $19.95

In this very early gazetteer, the authors compiled an exhaustive description of Connecticut and Rhode Island as of 1819, including the topography, history, and statistics of each county, town, city, burrough, and village in the State. Of special interest to genealogists, the authors include (more info...)
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Road and County Map of Connecticut and Rhode Island and Gazetteer... and Business Directory (download)  
0 CDs | P.J. Hannifan and Co. | map + 498pp | (1898) 2007 | US0338-DL | $19.95

The title of this book is misleading because, although it does contain a detailed color map of Connecticut and Rhode Island, the bulk of the book is designed as a business directory and advisor. It is fascinating in its own right, having been written "With Historical, Biographical, Political, Law, (more info...)
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The Winthrop Fleet of 1630: An Account of the Vessels, the Voyage, the Passengers and their English Homes from Original Authorities (download)  
0 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 2 maps and 155pp | (1930) 2007 | US0349-DL | $14.95

Banks has compiled extensive information on the passengers who sailed from England to New England in 1630, members of the so-called Winthrop Fleet. He attempted to identify each person or family who participated in that migration and added data on their English origin and activities in New England. (more info...)
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Tercentenary of New England Families, 1620-1920: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of Commonwealths and the Founding of a Nation (download)  
0 CDs | 446pp | (1919) 2007 | US0359-DL | $12.95

This commemorative volume gathers together information on several dozen seventeenth-century immigrants to New England along with lines of descent to individuals living at the time of publication of the volume, frequently with details of the families of the individuals in the intervening generations. (more info...)
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A Digest of the Early Connecticut Probate Records, Hartford District, 1635-1750, 3 Volumes (download)  
0 CDs | Charles William Manwaring, compiler | 2239pp | (1904-6) 2008 | US0360-DL | $27.95

This essential tool for colonial Connecticut research contains abstracts and extracts of the estate papers of about three thousand individuals who died in Connecticut between 1635 and 1750. The records include wills, inventories, distributions and other probate documents from all available sources. (more info...)
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The Planters of the Commonwealth: A Study of the Emigrants and Emigration in Colonial Times: to which are added Lists of Passengers to Boston and to the Bay Colony; the Ships which brought them; their English Homes, ... (download)  
0 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 363pp | (1930) 2007 | US0362-DL | $19.95

Banks has compiled all the information available to him by 1930 on passengers from England to New England during the two decades between 1620 and 1640, supplementing the surviving passenger lists with some details of his own knowledge and conclusions on their residences before and after the voyage. (more info...)
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Inscriptions on Tombstones in Madison, Conn., Erected Prior to 1800  
1 CDs | 33pp | (1900) 2008 | US0324 | $4.95

This volume provides complete, verbatim transcriptions of the inscriptions on all tombstones for the town of Madison, Connecticut, (formerly a part of the town of Guilford) with dates prior to 1800. These inscriptions were gathered by a number of transcribers, from four cemeteries in the town.  (more info...)
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Inscriptions on Tombstones in Madison, Conn., Erected Prior to 1800 (download)  
0 CDs | 33pp | (1900) 2008 | US0324-DL | $4.95

This volume provides complete, verbatim transcriptions of the inscriptions on all tombstones for the town of Madison, Connecticut, (formerly a part of the town of Guilford) with dates prior to 1800. These inscriptions were gathered by a number of transcribers, from four cemeteries in the town.  (more info...)
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History of the City of New Haven to the Present Time with Biographies, Portraits and Illustrations  
0 CDs | US0279-DL | $19.95

Atwater and his collaborators have compiled a comprehensive history of the town and city of New Haven in its first two-and-a-half centuries, incorporating a narrative of municipal history along with topical coverage of all aspects of New Haven society, and about two hundred biographical sketches. (more info...)
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Genealogy of Edward Winslow of the Mayflower and His Descendants from 1620 to 1865  
0 CDs | Maria Whitman Bryant | 234pp | (1915) 2007 | US0283-DL | $9.95

This volume provides biographical and genealogical information on those descendants of Governor Edward Winslow of the Mayflower who remained in New England, including many descendants in the female lines. There is also additional information on the families of the spouses of many of the Winslow men. (more info...)
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Who's Who in New England: A Biographical Dictionary of Leading Living Men and Women of the States of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut  
0 CDs | US0217-DL | $19.95

This early entry in the Who's Who series contains nearly thirteen thousand sketches for prominent, living residents of the six New England states, each incorporating in brief compass data on occupation, education, family, religious affiliation and professional, cultural and military accomplishments. (more info...)
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Immigrants to New England, 1700-1775  
1 CDs | Ethel Stanwood Bolton, compiler | 239pp | (1931) 2009 | US0222 | $9.95

Bolton sets forth information on about two-thousand five-hundred individuals and families who migrated to New England during the first three-quarters of the eighteenth century. She provides information on their place of origin, date of arrival, residence and, when available, on other family members. (more info...)
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New Milford, Newtown, Woodbury, Southbury, Kent, Middlebury, Brookfield, Roxbury, and Bridgewater Directory 1927  
1 CDs | US0605 | $12.95

This city directory covering the Connecticut towns of New Milford, Newtown, Woodbury, Southbury, Kent, Middleburry, Brookfield, Roxbury and Bridgewater combines four distinct directories into one volume.

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- Governmental Directory Town, County, State and (more info...)
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A Genealogical Dictionary of The First Settlers of New England  
(commonly known as "Savage")
1 CD | James Savage James Savage | 2538pp | (1860-1862) 2006 | US0205 | $29.95

Special $9.95 Offer (read more)
Even a hundred and forty years after publication, Savage's four-volume set remains the starting point for most research problems in seventeenth-century New England. Savage applied his acute analytical skills to every family that he could find in the first, second and third generations of settlement. (more info...)
Soldiers of King Philip's War Being a Critical Account of That War with a Concise History of the Indian Wars of New England from 1620-1677  
1 CDs | George Madison Bodge | 502pp | (1896) 2006 | US0315 | $24.95 Sale: $19.96

Bodge has scoured the contemporary seventeenth-century documents in order to compile as complete as possible an account of the men who served in King Philip's War in New England in 1675 and 1676. Thousands of young men served in this conflict, and hundreds died in the fighting or from diseases.  (more info...)
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