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Pigot's Directory Compendium Set 1842/44  
2 CDs | GBS10017 | $64.95

A compendium set of of the 1842/44 Pigot's directories for;

Buckinghamshire, Cornwall, Devon, Dorset, Gloucestershire, Hampshire, Herefordshire, Monmouthshire, Oxfordshire, Somerset and Wiltshire, plus the whole of Wales.

PLUS ! Superbly detailed original maps of 1842 of all of these (more info...)
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Victoria and its Metropolis 1888  
1 CDs | 1426pp | (1888) 2006 | AU7002 | $54.95 Sale: $43.96

“Victoria and Its Metropolis” is a large 2 volume history of Victoria, written in 1888 by Alexander Sutherland. Beautifully presented with many etchings and drawings throughout, this book is the perfect addition to any library of Australian and Victorian history. It contains a huge amount of (more info...)
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Sands Sydney and Suburban Directory 1902  
1 CDs | 1882pp | (1902) 2006 | AU2113-1902 | $42.95 Sale: $34.36

Directories are a valuable resource for local, family and social historians as well as for researchers in other fields of Australian history.

This Sands Sydney directory contains towns, alphabetical, trade and miscellaneous sections which lists the names, addresses and professions of most (more info...)
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History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870  
1 CDs | Lewis Preston Summers | 925pp | (1903) 2006 | US0269 | $24.95

Summers narrates the early history of southwestern Virginia, concentrating on that part set off as Washington County in 1777. The narrative is built on a wide range of original sources, along with many biographical sketches, and exhaustive lists of the civil and military service of thousands of men. (more info...)
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Atlas of Massachusetts; From Topographical Surveys made in Co-Operation by the United States Geological Survey and the Commissioners of the Commonwealth, 1884-1888, Preliminary Edition (Boston, 1890)  
1 CDs | United States Geological Survey and the Commonwealth of Massachusetts | 54 maps; 54pp | (1890) 2007 | US0501 | $39.95

This atlas of Massachusetts from the earliest days of the U.S. Geological Survey includes 54 detailed maps of the State including towns, roads, railroads, bridges, cemeteries, lighthouses, and other existing structures. The meticulous depiction of topographic features also gives researchers (more info...)
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New Topographical Atlas of the State of Pennsylvania; with Descriptions Historical, Scientific, and Statistical Together with a Map of the United States and Territories  
1 CDs | Henry F. Walling and O.W. Gray | 134pp | (1872) 2007 | US0503 | $39.95

This classic 19th-century atlas of Pennsylvania includes 29 beautiful hand-painted maps that are reproduced here in high resolution. The original sizes of the maps range from approximately 13.5" x 17" (single page) to 26" x 17" (double page). One to seven counties are combined on a single map at a (more info...)
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The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers Who Came to Plymouth on the Mayflower in 1620, the Fortune in 1621, and the Anne and the Little James in 1623  
1 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 205pp | (1929) 2007 | US0228 | $14.95

Banks collected available information on all passengers on the Mayflower and three other vessels that came to Plymouth in the early 1620s, comprising the English separatist Pilgrims who had sojourned in Leiden for the previous decade or so, but including also the strangers from London and elsewhere. (more info...)
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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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History of the Second Church, or Old North, in Boston. To Which is Added, a History of the New Brick Church  
1 CDs | Chandler Robbins | 348pp | (1852) 2007 | US0251 | $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 Tazewell County and Southwest Virginia, 1748-1920  
1 CDs | Wm. C. Pendleton | 716pp | (1920) 2007 | US0268 | $14.95

Pendleton tells the history of Tazewell County by placing it firmly in the larger context of the migrations into southwest Virginia, and then focusing in detail on the settlement of Tazewell County itself. The author pays special attention to the Indian conflicts and the resulting losses of life. (more info...)
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The English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers Who Came to Plymouth on the Mayflower in 1620, the Fortune in 1621, and the Anne and the Little James in 1623 (download)  
0 CDs | Charles Edward Banks | 205pp | (1929) 2007 | US0228-DL | $14.95

Banks collected available information on all passengers on the Mayflower and three other vessels that came to Plymouth in the early 1620s, comprising the English separatist Pilgrims who had sojourned in Leiden for the previous decade or so, but including also the strangers from London and elsewhere. (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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History of Southwest Virginia, 1746-1786, Washington County, 1777-1870 (download)  
0 CDs | Lewis Preston Summers | 925pp | (1903) 2006 | US0269-DL | $24.95

Summers narrates the early history of southwestern Virginia, concentrating on that part set off as Washington County in 1777. The narrative is built on a wide range of original sources, along with many biographical sketches, and exhaustive lists of the civil and military service of thousands of men. (more info...)
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1. English Ancestry and Homes of the Pilgrim Fathers
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5. New Topographical Atlas of the State of Pennsylvania (1872)

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