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What’s New July 2017 Edition

Thanks for stopping by this weeks SCDL Tree Talk Tuesday Blog. We have some new items to the collection that will help in your family research. Check them out below.

How To…

Greene, Bob and D. G. Fulford. (1993). To Our Children’s Children: Preserving Family Histories for Generations to Come. Doubleday: New York.

Carmack, Sharon DeBartolo. (2005). The Family Tree Guide to Finding Your Ellis Island Ancestors. Family Tree Books: Cincinnati.

Military:

Hercules Motors Corporation. (194-). Letters from Hercules men on Active Service v. 2 & 4. Hercules Motors Corporation: Canton.

United States:

Maryland

(2006). Frederick County, Maryland: Your Life, Community, Presented by Your Paper The Frederick News-Post. Randal Family, LLC.

New York

(2012). The Burghers of new Amsterdam and The Freedmen of New York: Collections of the New-York Historical Society for the Year 1885. Clearfield: Baltimore.

Ohio

Johannesen, Eric. (1971). Selected Landmark Architecture of Alliance, Ohio. Alliance Historical Society: Alliance.

Virginia

Crozier, William Armstrong, ed. (1990). Spotsylvania County 1721-1800: Being Transcriptions, from the Original Files at the County Court House, of Wills, Deeds, Administrators’ and Guardians’ Bond, Marriage Licenses, and Lists of Revolutionary Pensioners. Genealogical Publishing Company: Baltimore.

McCartney, Martha W. (2014). Kingston Parish Register, Mathews, Gloucester and Middlesex Counties, Viriniga: Slave Holders, 1746-1827. Genealogical Publishing Company: Baltimore.

Europe:

Ireland

Grenham, John (2012). Tracing Your Irish Ancestors: The Complete Guide. Fourth Ed. Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.: Baltimore.

Family History:

McLaughlin, Ellen Marr, Glen McLaughlin with William Highlander. (2016). Doll A Marr Family History.

Herbruck, Emil P. D.D. (1923). Early Years and Late Reflections. Central Publishing House: Cleveland.

 

 

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What’s New: April 2016 Edition

Here’s what new to the Genealogy Collection this month;

 

Military

American Revolution

Egerton, Douglas R. (2009) Death or Liberty African Americans and Revolutionary America. Oxford: Oford Press.

Holton, Woody. (2009). Black Americans in the Revolutionary Era: A Brief History with Documents. Boston: Bedford/St.Martin’s.

Nash, Gary B. (2006). The Forgotten Fifth: African Americans in the Age of Revolution. Cambridge: Harvard Press.

(1912).Pensioners of Revolutionary War Struck Off the Roll: With an Added Index. Baltimore: Clearfield. reprint 2002.

United States

New York

Cutter, William Richard A. M., comp. (1912). Genealogical and Family History of Central New York: A Record of the Achievements of Her People in the Making of a Commonwealth and the building of a Nation. Vol.I-III. Baltimore: Clearfield.

West Virginia

Comstock, Jim. Hardesty’s West Virginia Counties Vol. 3.

Virginia

Cocke, William Ronald III. comp. (2000). Hanover County Tax Payers Saint Paul’s Parish 1782-1815. Baltimore: Clearfield.

 

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What’s New: February 2016 Edition

Thank You for stopping by SCDL Tree Talk Tuesdays. Here’s what new to the Genealogy collection at the library.

Britain

Immigration

Names

  • Picard, Marc. “Dictionary of Americanized French-Canadian Names: Onomastics and Genealogy.” Baltimore: Clearfield Pub. Co., 2013. Print.

Military

Poland

United States

Maryland and Virginia

New York

Pennsylvania

 

Until Next Week: Happy Ancestor Hunting!

 

 

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The Satute of Liberty Arrvies in New York City

Thank you for stopping by this weeks SCDL Tree Talk Tuesdays. Did you know that on the 18th of June 1885 Lady Liberty made her way from France to New York?  She now sets on a peddle stool on her own island in New York Harbor and it is here that she has become a symbol of freedom as well as the end of one journey and the beginning of another for many a weary traveler. To mark the anniversary of her arrival and the many that have passed by her we have created a display of resources available here at the library to learn more about her and the people.  Stop in at the Main Branch to check out the display or click the links below to learn more.

Here are some other resources about the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island;

The Statue of Liberty & Ellis Island

Immigration Stories of Yesterday and Today by Scholastic

Resources at the Stark County District Library for the Statue of Liberty

Until next week. Happy Ancestor Hunting!

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