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  1. Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume III

    Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume III

    Regular Price: $70.00

    Special Price: $56.00

    More than thirteen years in preparation, Mackenzie's Colonial Families treats only those families who trace their ancestry back to the period 1607-1776.

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  2. Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume IV

    Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume IV

    Regular Price: $65.00

    Special Price: $52.00

    More than thirteen years in preparation, Mackenzie's Colonial Families treats only those families who trace their ancestry back to the period 1607-1776.

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  3. Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume V

    Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume V

    Regular Price: $65.00

    Special Price: $52.00

    More than thirteen years in preparation, Mackenzie's Colonial Families treats only those families who trace their ancestry back to the period 1607-1776.

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  4. Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VI

    Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VI

    Regular Price: $60.00

    Special Price: $48.00

    More than thirteen years in preparation, Mackenzie's Colonial Families treats only those families who trace their ancestry back to the period 1607-1776.

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  5. Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VII

    Colonial Families of the United States of America, Volume VII

    Regular Price: $60.00

    Special Price: $48.00

    More than thirteen years in preparation, Mackenzie's Colonial Families treats only those families who trace their ancestry back to the period 1607-1776.

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  6. Female Index to Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England

    Female Index to Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England

    Regular Price: $37.95

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    It is generally agreed that James Savage's Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England is one of the greatest works ever published on New England genealogy. The first edition came out in 1860, and as the four volumes were published in alphabetical sequence by family name, the males were usually found by checking their surname. The females were scattered throughout the four volumes. Some were listed under their fathers' names, some were listed under their husbands' names, and many women had three or more spouses. All were difficult to find, and if the husbands' names were unknown, these ladies could not be found.

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  7. Black Genesis A Resource Book for African-American Genealogy. 2nd edition

    Black Genesis A Resource Book for African-American Genealogy. 2nd edition

    Regular Price: $33.00

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    When Black Genesis was originally published in 1978, it was the first book to provide researchers with information on resources and a methodology specific to African-American genealogy. Now, owing to the unprecedented growth of interest in the subject, this landmark publication has been completely updated and is once again the premier guide to African-American genealogy. The 2nd edition of Black Genesis provides guidance not only to the same basic resources presented in the original edition but also to a substantial amount of additional material. The original goal, however, remains the same--to introduce the novice and professional researcher to African-American genealogical research methods and resources.

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  8. History for Genealogists, Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand Your Ancestors

    History for Genealogists, Using Chronological Time Lines to Find and Understand Your Ancestors

    Regular Price: $37.50

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    History for Genealogists is a rarity: It’s one of the very few history books in print that is written for genealogists. Here’s what we mean: Let’s say you have lost track of your 1880 ancestor in Iowa. Have you considered that he might have moved there during the Economic Panic of 1873? Or maybe your forebears were living in Texas in the 1840s. Did you know that they might have come from Kentucky as part of the "Peters Colony"? Are you aware that you can learn a great deal about your ancestors if they belonged to a labor or fraternal organization like the Amalgamated Clothing Workers, Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, or the Catholic Family Life Insurance Society? In other words, knowing a little history can go a long way in helping you find elusive ancestors.

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  9. Irish Names and Surnames

    Irish Names and Surnames

    Regular Price: $60.95

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    In compiling this authoritative dictionary, Fr. Woulfe spent 25 years in the field collecting names, communicating with native Irish-speakers, and studying the different forms of Gaelic.

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  10. Richard Griffith and His Valuations of Ireland

    Richard Griffith and His Valuations of Ireland

    Regular Price: $27.50

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    Richard Griffith (b. Dublin 1784) had already established himself as a distinguished geologist and inspector of Irish mines when, in 1825, he was chosen to be Ireland's Boundary Surveyor. Griffith's appointment coincided with the government's determination to achieve a uniform system of land measuring and valuing for the purpose of eliminating various inequities in levying the two main forms of local taxation in Ireland, the tithe and the county cess, at the townland level. As the head of the Boundary Department of Ireland, Griffith would spend the next forty years supervising land valuation in Ireland and, in particular, the great Ordnance Survey of Irish townlands which fixed local boundaries throughout the nation. The Ordnance Survey documents, comprising over 3,000 maps and 2,300 registers, and Griffith's valuations of 1826, 1846, and 1852, were the surviving products of Griffith's efforts, and they constitute perhaps the greatest sources in all of Irish genealogy.

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