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History of the Old South Church (Third Church) Boston, 1669-1884, 2 volumes (download)  
0 CDs | Hamilton Andrews Hill | 1890 | US0218-DL | $29.95

Hamilton Hill utilized and printed a large number of contemporaneous documents in preparing this comprehensive history of the Third or Old South Church of Boston during its first two centuries. The account of the serious controversies surrounding the formation of this church is especially complete. (more info...)
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An Historical Catalogue of the Old South Church (Third Church) Boston, 1669-1882 (download)  
0 CDs | Hamilton Andrews Hill and George Frederick Bigelow | 1883 | US0219-DL | $14.95

The compilers of this volume have presented complete lists of those admitted to full communion and those who subscribed to the covenant of the Old South Church for the full span of years stated in the title and have added biographical sketches of members admitted to full communion from 1669 to 1719. (more info...)
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A History of Barrington, Rhode Island (download)  
0 CDs | Thomas Williams Bicknell | 626pp | (1898) 2006 | US0233-DL | $24.95

Bicknell has written a history of the town of Barrington, Rhode Island, from 1621 to 1898, that combines the chronological and the topical arrangements, and incorporates extensive material from original sources, providing detailed information on town officers, church membership and military service. (more info...)
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Gazetteer of Orange County, Vermont, 1768-1888 (download)  
0 CDs | Hamilton Child | 805pp | (1888) 2007 | US0238-DL | $14.95

This 19th-century "Gazetteer or Towns" in Orange County, Vermont devotes at least several pages to each town in the county, most of which is devoted to a detailed account of the first settlers, prominent early citizens, businesses, and churches. Within each section is a description of each village, (more info...)
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History of the Second Church, or Old North, in Boston. To Which is Added, a History of the New Brick Church (download)  
0 CDs | Chandler Robbins | 348pp | (1852) 2007 | US0251-DL | $19.95

Robbins has compiled a history of two centuries of the Second Church of Boston, which was founded in 1650, along with a history of the New Brick Church, which merged with the Second Church in 1779. The author focuses on the ministers of each church, and includes records of admission and baptism. (more info...)
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History of Haverhill, Massachusetts, From Its First Settlement in 1640, To the Year 1860 (download)  
0 CDs | George Wingate Chase | 718pp | (1861) 2007 | US0259-DL | $14.95

The author covers the first two-hundred-and-twenty years of the history of the town of Haverhill, Massachusetts, using extensive extracts from the town, county and colony records. Along the way he includes biographical sketches of many of the early settlers, and closes with a genealogical section. (more info...)
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Under the Red Patch; Story of the Sixty Third Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers 1861-1864 (download)  
0 CDs | Gilbert Adam Hays | 514pp | (1908) 2008 | US0274-DL | $19.95

Under the Red Patch is the story of the 63rd Pennsylvania Volunteers. Published in 1908 it draws upon an interesting series of personal reminiscences of army life in the 63rd, published in the Wilmerding News by William A. Murrow, a member of the 63rd's Company A. The list of the members of the (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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Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire (download)  
0 CDs | Sybil Noyes, Charles T. Libby, and Walter G. Davis | 831pp | (1928-1939) 2006 | US0288-DL | $14.95

This compilation by three leading authorities treats all immigrants to northern New England prior to 1700, and their descendants to the third generation. By analyzing all available seventeenth century documents, the authors have made this the source of first resort for early Maine and New Hampshire. (more info...)
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The Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts, Volume I, 1635-1664 (Salem, Massachusetts, 1916), Volume II, 1665-1674 (Salem, Massachusetts, 1917), Volume III, 1675-1681 (Salem, Massachusetts, 1920). (download)  
0 CDs | 1916-1920 | US0289-DL | $39.95

These three volumes have collected in one place all probate records for the towns that constitute Essex County. Wills and inventories are provided in full transcription, while all other documents, including letters of administration, estate settlements and the like, appear in full or in abstract. (more info...)
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Pioneers on Maine Rivers with Lists to 1651 (download)  
0 CDs | Wilbur D. Spencer | 418pp | (1930) 2006 | US0290-DL | $12.95

Most of the early settlers of what is now the state of Maine were fishermen or fur traders, who tended to settle at the mouths of the many rivers in that region. Spencer has systematically surveyed the early settlers of these rivers, providing an essential insight into the lives of these pioneers. (more info...)
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Probate Records of the Province of New Hampshire, 1635-1771 (9 volumes) (download)  
0 CDs | Albert Stillman Batchellor et al., eds. | 9 volumes, 6151pp | (1907-1941) 2007 | US0291-DL | $59.95

These nine volumes gather in one place all known probate records for the Province of New Hampshire from its earliest settlement until the establishment of counties in 1771. Transcripts or abstracts are provided for all documents, which have been collected from several colonial probate jurisdictions. (more info...)
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The Pioneers of Massachusetts (download)  
0 CDs | Charles Henry Pope | 568pp | (1900) 2006 | US0292-DL | $24.95

Pope has entries for more than five thousand persons found in the records of Plymouth Colony and Massachusetts Bay Colony between 1620 and 1650. The author follows each resident of these colonies until death, utilizing many sources not employed by Savage and others who had covered the same period. (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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The Record of Births, Marriages and Deaths in the Town of Franklin, from 1778 to 1872 (download)  
0 CDs | Orestes E. Doe, ed. | 233pp | (1898) 2007 | US0298-DL | $12.95

The editor of this volume, who was town clerk of Franklin, has transcribed all vital records for the town from its organization in 1778 until 1872. Prior to 1778 Franklin had been part of the town of Wrentham, so most of the families seen in the early years of these records had roots in Wrentham. (more info...)
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History of the Town of Weston, Massachusettts, 1630-1890 (download)  
0 CDs | Daniel S. Lamson | 246pp | (1913) 2007 | US0299-DL | $12.95

Lamson has compiled a comprehensive, topical history of the first two and a half centuries of Weston, Massachusetts. He devotes special attention to matters of ecclesiastical and military history, and also treats of such subjects as town records, taverns, schools, railroads, businesses and doctors. (more info...)
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The New York Directory for 1786 (download)  
0 CDs | David Franks, et. al. | map and 109pp | (1786, 1905) 2007 | US0319-DL | $12.95

This is the first directory of its kind for New York City (1786). This directory itemizes the leading businessmen of the time to which was added separate lists of State and City officials, notary publics, lawyers, bankers as well as the members of some notable societies, including the Cincinnati, (more info...)
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Reference Gazetteer of the United States of North America; Containing a General View of the United States, and of Each State and Territory, and a Notice of the Various Canals, Railroads, and Internal Improvements (download)  
0 CDs | William Chapin | 354pp | (1839) 2007 | US0325-DL | $14.95

Chapin has captured an immense amount of data depicting the topographical organization of the United States at a critical point in its history, when the Industrial Revolution was transforming the countryside. There is information on physical features, political divisions and transportation networks. (more info...)
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The Statistics and Gazetteer of New-Hampshire; Containing Descriptions of all of the Counties, Towns and Villlages; Also Boundaries and Area of the State and its Natural Resources (download)  
0 CDs | Alonzo J. Fogg | 714pp | (1874) 2007 | US0328-DL | $14.95

The bulk of this volume contains a detailed description of every city, town, and county within the State of New Hampshire, including a description of each with respect to its geographic position, population, and its "mountains, lakes, ponds, rivers and streams, its summer resorts, villages, and (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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Gazetteer of the State of Maine; With Numerous Illustrations (download)  
0 CDs | Geo. J. Varney | 632pp | (1886) 2007 | US0339-DL | $14.95

This early gazetteer of about 630 pages is principally an alphabetical description of "every town, plantation, mountain, lake, and bay" within the State of Maine along with its topography, boundaries, history, and statistics. In most cases, the author also details the original settlers, early (more info...)
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History of Vermont, Natural, Civil, and Statistical in Three Parts, with a new Map of the State, and 200 engravings (download)  
0 CDs | Zadock Thompson | map + 508pp | (1842, 1853) 2007 | US0344-DL | $19.95

This original 1842 publication includes a detailed description and physical geography of the State of Vermont as well as elaborate descriptions (and more than 200 original engravings) of its animals and plants, including their history, description, and general characteristics. Individual chapters (more info...)
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Historic Towns of New England (download)  
0 CDs | Lyman P. Powell, ed. | 630pp | (1899) 2007 | US0345-DL | $19.95

Powell conceived the idea of a historical tour of old New England towns, with a lecture on each town by a local authority. This volume, the first in a series of such tours, collects those lectures for about a dozen early towns, including Plymouth, Boston, Hartford, New Haven, Newport and Deerfield. (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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Boston Births, Baptisms, Marriages, and Deaths, 1630-1699 and Boston Births, 1700-1800 (download)  
0 CDs | 289pp | (1883 & 1894) 2007 | US0361-DL | $12.95

The first of these volumes collects in one place all surviving vital records for the original town of Boston in the seventeenth century, along with the baptisms from the First Church of Boston. The second volume continues with all surviving Boston birth records for the entire eighteenth century. (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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United States Official Postal Guide; An Alphabetical List of all the Post Offices in the United States with County and State; a List by States; a List of States and Counties; Lists of Money-Order Offices; Domestic and International; ... (download)  
0 CDs | 821pp | (1882) 2007 | US0365-DL | $14.95

Did you know there were 25 Washington counties in the U.S. in 1881? The father of our country came out on top, but he was closely followed by Jefferson and Franklin, each with 23. Even if we know the name of the place our ancestors came from, finding it can sometimes be difficult. Extinct place (more info...)
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History of the Genesee Country (Western New York) Comprising the counties of Allegany, Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Chemung, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Ontario, Orleans, Schuyler, Steuben, Wayne, Wyoming, and Yates  
1 CDs | Lockwood R. Doty | 4 vols, 3331pp | (1925) 2008 | US0374 | $24.95

Western New York drew settlers from New England, Pennsylvania and even as far as Virginia, as well as eastern New York. This 1400-plus page history of the area, liberally sprinkled with illustrations including maps, exquisitely detailed, is fully searchable, giving researchers access to the wealth (more info...)
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Dulany's History of Maryland from 1632 to 1882 Prepared for the Use of Schools in the State (download)  
0 CDs | color map and 297pp | (1881) 2007 | US0377-DL | $9.95

Written by an unidentified author and published as a history book for Maryland students in 1881 this is not a detailed history-rather it provides a brief outline of events sprinkled with details intended to interest the student. The author states that "nothing of interest to the general reader has (more info...)
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Virginia Revolutionary Claims -- Bounty Land and Commutation Pay (download)  
0 CDs | 135pp | (1840) 2008 | US0382-DL | $12.95

Over fifty years after the end of the Revolution, claims were still being made to the federal government for commutation pay and bounty land for service in the Revolutionary War. On 24 April 1840 the Committee on Revolutionary Claims presented a report to the House of Representatives. This report (more info...)
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The History of New Jersey; From Its Discovery by Europeans to the Adoption of the Federal Constitution (download)  
0 CDs | Thomas F. Gordon | 622pp | (1834) 2008 | US0387-DL | $19.95

This two-volume set should be a part of any New Jersey researcher's library. Gordon's history of New Jersey presents a detailed description of the colonial New Jersey history and government describing the various government entities and jurisdictions and presenting a chronological description of (more info...)
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Annals and Occurrences of New York City and State, in the Olden Time; Being a Collection of Memoirs, Anecdotes, and Incidents Concerning the City, Country, and Inhabitants...  
1 CDs | John F. Watson | 410pp | (1846) 2008 | US0390 | $12.95

Watson has brought together in one place a wide range of information of different sorts on the earliest years of the state and city of New York, covering the periods of discovery and settlement, with information on the Dutch and English settlers, as well as on the indigenous Native Americans.  (more info...)
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Vital Records of Topsham, Maine, to the Year 1892, 2 Volumes (download)  
0 CDs | Mary Pelham Hill, ed. | 2 vol, 616pp | (1929-30) 2007 | US0394-DL | $19.95

Topsham, Maine, a town in Sagadahoc County, not far from Bath, was organized in 1717 and incorporated in 1764. The editor of this volume has collected town, church, cemetery and private records (such as Bible entries) from the earliest years and combined them into a single alphabetic sequence.  (more info...)
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Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania (download)  
0 CDs | Sherman Day | 740pp | (1843) 2008 | US0396-DL | $19.95

Written in 1843 not as a general history of the state but as individual histories of each county, this volume serves both as a history and gazetteer and provides interesting anecdotes tidbits of information.

Perhaps no better explanation of the contents of Day's work can be found than in the (more info...)
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The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, v1-5  
1 CDs | 2712pp | (1877-1881) 2008 | US0612-A | $27.95

The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, one of the earliest quarterly serial publications of this type, was first published by the Pennsylvania Historical Society in 1877. The first five volumes are reproduced here with fully-searchable text. The bulk of the material in each volume (more info...)
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